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Today's episode is an excerpt from the Commune course, The Work of Byron Katie. In this session, Laurie is recalling a situation in which she felt her partner was trying to control her. Katie then walks Laurie through the essential process of The Work: Is it true? Can you absolutely know that it's true? How do you react, what happens, when you believe that thought? And, who would you be without the thought? These four questions are followed by turning around the thought to experience the opposites of the thought. You watch this full course for free – including access to the worksheets – with a 14-day free trial of Commune Membership. Just go to onecommune.com/trial. You can learn more about Commune at onecommune.com. And connect with us on Instagram at @onecommune.
The tables have turned as Commune Podcast host Jeff Krasno responds to questions from his wife Schuyler. The scope of guests here on the Commune Podcast is quite broad, and in the process of researching and hosting this podcast Jeff has gradually woven many of those threads into a unique philosophical worldview. This informal interview goes on a rambling journey through disparate domains — from neuroscience and the carbon cycle to Stoicism and Taoism. You can learn more about Commune at onecommune.com. And follow Jeff's ramblings on Instagram at @jeffkrasno and @onecommune.
Think about your hormones like a symphony. When every instrument is in tune, they play a lovely song. If just one instrument is out of tune or one hormone is out of balance, you hear it — and you feel it. This hour-long excerpt from Dr. Jolene Brighten's Commune course, Balance Your Hormones will give you an overview of your primary hormones and how they interact with your mood, weight, skin, and overall health and vitality. Resources: Take the Hormone Balancing Quiz at onecommune.com/hormone-quiz. Take the whole course with a free 14-day Commune Membership trial at onecommune.com/trial.
Rabbi Mordecai Finley is a philosopher and religious leader renowned for articulating truths about the human condition through the Old Testament and Kabbalah as well as ancient Greek and Eastern wisdom. Today's episode merges the spiritual and rational in service of living with purpose, love, morality, and healthy communication. Learn more about Commune at onecommune.com. Connect with us on Instagram at @onecommune and @jeffkrasno.
durée : 00:38:04 - Le Temps du débat - par : Emmanuel Laurentin - Sur fond de crise biélorusse, le chef de la diplomatie européenne, Josep Borrell, présentait hier aux ministres des affaires étrangères réunis en conseil les orientations stratégiques de la politique de sécurité et de défense commune. Que signifie construire une défense de l'Europe par l'Europe ? - invités : Louis Gautier Titulaire de la chaire « Grands enjeux stratégiques contemporains » à la Sorbonne, il a été secrétaire général de la Défense et de la Sécurité nationale et est l'auteur d'un rapport sur la relance de la défense européenne remis en 2019; Johanna Möhring Chargée de recherche au Center for Advanced Security, Strategic and Integration Studies (CASSIS) de l'Université de Bonn et chercheuse associée au Centre Thucidyde. Ses recherches portent sur la défense européenne et sur les politiques de puissance.; Tara Varma Directrice du bureau de Paris du think tank European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR)
You don't exactly “get protein from eating protein.” Some two hundred thousand proteins are synthesized by your cells using 21 amino acids — nine of which are not made endogenously in your body. So, you need to consume these nine essential amino acids. But do they have to come from meat? And what are the physiological impacts of eating meat? This spontaneous, bonus Commusings was published on Instagram by @jeffkrasno. You can also follow Commune @onecommune.
Paul Verlaine et Arthur Rimbaud sont considérés come des poètes majeurs. Mais les deux écrivains n'eurent pas que des relations littéraires. Ils affichèrent une liaison scandaleuse pour l'époque, qui se termina par deux coups de revolver.Une relation compliquéeQuand il rencontre Rimbaud, en 1871, Verlaine a déjà publié quelques recueils de poèmes. Cette année-là, Rimbaud écrit l'une de ses plus belles œuvres , "Le bateau ivre". Il n'a que 17 ans, soit 10 de moins que Verlaine.Entre les deux hommes, c'est le coup de foudre. Verlaine quitte sa femme, qui obtient la séparation. Commence alors une liaison tumultueuse, émaillée de disputes et de ruptures.Verlaine introduit son jeune amant dans le cercle de poètes qu'il fréquente. Les réactions vives et l'anticonformisme de Rimbaud y soulèvent la controverse. À une époque où l'homosexualité est rejetée par la société, leur relation fait scandale.Les deux hommes vivent ensemble par intermittence, à Paris, mais aussi à Londres et, pour finir, à Bruxelles.Un amant furieuxLa relation entre les deux amants est ponctuée d'accès de violence. Marqué par des drames personnels et des déboires sentimentaux, Verlaine boit beaucoup, notamment de l'absinthe, la fameuse "fée verte", dont les ravages sur la santé sont bien connus.L'alcool rend Verlaine de plus en plus violent. Dans sa jeunesse, il aurait même, sous son emprise, tenté de tuer sa propre mère. S'emportant facilement lui-même, Rimbaud fait peu de cas des convenances.Aussi est-ce sans façon que, venu rejoindre son amant à Bruxelles, en juillet 1873, il lui annonce son intention de le quitter. Verlaine voit rouge. Il se précipite dans une armurerie de la ville, où il achète un petit revolver à la crosse en bois.Comme souvent, il est ivre, ce qui accroît sa colère. Il entre alors dans la chambre qu'il partage avec Rimbaud, puis tire deux fois sur le jeune homme. Celui-ci est blessé au bras.Verlaine n'en est pas moins condamné à deux ans de prison, autant pour cette tentative d'homicide que pour sa liaison avec Rimbaud et sa participation à la Commune de Paris, deux ans plus tôt. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week's essay is from our beloved bon vivant Laurie-Beth Robbins (“LBR”), a regular Commune contributor who drinks life straight from the firehose. Today she asks us some bold questions about how we are living: Are we coming from a place of heart or fear? Are we genuinely proud of who we are? Would we want to date ourselves? The answers are yours to shape. Commusings is our Sunday morning newsletter where we take a moment to think deeply on the topics of spirituality, philosophy, and culture. To sign up, visit onecommune.com. And for more musings and quotes, connect with us on Instagram at @onecommune.
Experience is making a comeback, and Chip Conley – legendary entrepreneur, founder of the Modern Elder Academy, and author of Wisdom at Work – is leading the way. Today Chip and Jeff discuss the difference between knowledge and wisdom, emotional equations for increased contentedness, the importance of mentorship, and how we can shed archetypes and mindsets that no longer serve us in midlife and beyond. Learn more about Commune at onecommune.com. Connect with us on Instagram at @onecommune and @jeffkrasno.
In this episode we speak to Geo Maher. Maher is an educator, organizer, political theorist and the author of four books, including We Created Chavez, Building the Commune, and Decolonizing Dialectics. In this episode, we talk about Geo's latest book, A World Without Police: How Strong Communities Make Cops Obsolete. In this discussion we talk about Maher's grounding of the abolitionist struggle in W.E.B. Du Bois's seminal work of history Black Reconstruction in America. Geo discusses the specific relationship between whiteness and policing which develops through history in the US context. From there we get into a discussion of how to break police power in the US, starting with expelling police associations from labor unions and federations. Geo also talks about abolition in an international context, examining international struggles we can draw from, while also discussing about why abolitionist struggle has a specific relevance and relationship to revolutionary struggle in the US. Along the way we examine other important questions for the abolitionist movement today at a time when the ideas of abolition have as much popular resonance as ever, but there is still a need to develop the political forces to fight for and implement them. The “Camden Model” Is Not a Model. It's an Obstacle to Real Change by Brandon McQuade A Critical Analysis of the Demand to Defund The Police by Max Rameau and Netfa Freeman Editing note: there are a few moments of slight distortion or static in the audio, in each instance the clear up pretty quickly and hopefully are only a minor distraction And as always if you like what we do, please consider contributing to our patreon. We are still down several patrons from last month, so if you're able to join it'll help get us back on the right track, building towards the sustainability of this platform and our ability to bring you all these conversations.
A 14 year-old makes his first true friend after his family moves to a commune in the San Fernando Valley foothills of Los Angeles. They cause trouble, begin to discover sexuality, and fall in love with Weezer (oh yes, the year is 1992). All is well and then, of course, life is interrupted. "Erotic Thriller and the Tumbleweed" is an audio story written by Andrew Hackett and produced by Andrew Hiller (alhhla). Enjoy the experience and check out andrewhackett.bandcamp.com to listen to more audio stories.
Photo: Power! Four of the power elite: caricatures, scenes, allegories, during the Commune. (Caricatures, scènes, allégories pendant la Commune) Ned Ryun, author, Adversaries CBS Eye on the World with John Batchelor CBS Audio Network @Batchelorshow Boston, September 1774. It is the confrontation that changes the course of history . . . for England and for America. The tension between the colonies and Britain has reached a breaking point. The British are determined to tighten their grip on the colonies, but have underestimated the resolve of their subjects in Boston who refuse to bend the knee. From the salons of London, where English elites plot the crushing of the colonies as coolly as playing a game of chess, to the halls of Philadelphia where firebrands challenge the British resolve, and to the backstreets of Boston where men who once called each other brothers in arms now plot against and fight each other for the Crown or for liberty, this compelling story tells the tale of the nine months that transformed the world. In The Adversaries, the men and women—those who packed the powder keg and lit the fuse to the revolution that transformed distant colonies into a beacon of liberty—come to life on the streets of London, Boston, and Charlestown in a compelling and dramatic narrative of tested loyalties and fateful meetings. The Adversaries is a compelling reminder of what occurs when leaders abandon eternal principles and the rule of law for avarice and power, and a free people tells its government it will not allow its freedoms to be abused any longer. The Adversaries is the story of Dr. Joseph Warren and his American comrades who with inspiring courage and heartbreaking sacrifice spark the greatest endeavor in human history: the founding of the free American Republic. https://www.amazon.com/Adversaries-Story-Boston-Bunker-Hill/dp/B096WJZLHN
Your body was designed to fight disease, and we have radically underestimated how foods can be used to amplify this innate power. In this episode, pioneering physician-scientist Dr. William Li empowers you to boost your resilience to both infectious diseases and cancer by what you put on your plate. You can take one of Dr. Li's master classes at drwilliamli.com/masterclass. Learn more about Commune at onecommune.com. Connect with us on Instagram at @onecommune and @jeffkrasno
On this episode of LOA Uncorked, we welcome a real icon of authenticity and badassery - April Cornell. Throughout this conversation we are certain it will become clear to our listeners why both Holli and Jeanna simply couldn't forget April (the story about how we met her was divinely appointed, for sure) and knew she would be a fantastic guest to highlight for our LOA listeners - but even we had NO IDEA how profound the conversation with April would be! April is an intuitive tattoo artist, medium, healer and coach that combines the healing energies of Reiki and Shamanic practices into the art and transformational process of tattooing. Her story is profound and the integration of her metaphysical gifts in her life, her work, her business, and her own personal development and growth. Be sure to get to know April more by reading her profile. We hope you enjoy and learn from this conversation as much as the LOA gals did! Here we go... LOA Uncorked Uplevel Assignment: Be certain to practice the bubble up method - holding your energy for you and giving back energy that isn't yours. Protect yourself. ...oh, and clean out that energetic backpack! As we are sending requests and asking for guidance from the universe - be sure to build into your day/rituals quiet time to ensure you are available to receive the messages back from the universe or spirit. Be sure to answer the phone! Commune in nature - be open and listen to the energy of the Mother Earth Podcast References: April's website How to book a session, Auragrah, tattoo with April April's Instagram As always, thanks for listening and we look forward to sharing more LOA badassery conversations with you! Please consider leaving a review and subscribing or dropping us a note to say hi and share your thoughts. www.loauncorked.com l firstname.lastname@example.org I Insta: @loauncorked I FB: loauncorked
As a poet, Jacqueline Suskin never anticipated playing a role in the health and wellness world. But after writing more than forty thousand spontaneous poems in public she has also recognized that poetry can be a precise package for delivering healing. This, in turn, sparked a deeper reflection: From what roots does poetry pull its power? Commusings is our Sunday morning newsletter where we take a moment to think deeply on the topics of spirituality, philosophy, and culture. To sign up, visit onecommune.com. To take Jacqueline's Commune course, Every Day is a Poem, for FREE, visit onecommune.com/poem. And for more musings and quotes, connect with us on Instagram at @onecommune.
Kat and Jenny make a last ditch effort to escape the Aquarium. Kat realizes who she has been dreaming about for months. The return back to the Commune comes with strings attached. Trigger Warnings: Explicit language, explosives Voice Actors: Journey Brown Saintell, Andrew Quintero, Emily Husband, Chi Dumebi Njoku-Browne, Esther Paine, Allegra Rodriguez-Shivers, Geena Pietromonaco, Greg Thomas, Joe Quickle, Sandy Jack, Christopher Power, Ashley Couture, Julian Kingston, and Nika Shakmoradova We are now available on Patreon! Check out our page Agonal Dreams Podcast
I read from commonwealth to commune. Here is the official lyric video for "Oliver Cromwell" from Monty Python which is not about Charles I, but actually about Oliver Cromwell. Odd. https://youtu.be/dBPf6P332uM In case you were also curious, the Mariana Trench is over 36,000 feet (almost 11,000 meters) below sea level. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mariana_Trench The word of the episode is "commune". Featured in a Top 10 Dictionary Podcasts list! https://blog.feedspot.com/dictionary_podcasts/ Backwards Talking on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmIujMwEDbgZUexyR90jaTEEVmAYcCzuq email@example.com https://www.facebook.com/thedictionarypod/ https://twitter.com/dictionarypod https://www.instagram.com/dictionarypod/ https://www.patreon.com/spejampar 917-727-5757
We are all one question away from a different life, personally and professionally. What is the question that might change yours? Today's conversation is with Marc Champagne, who wrote the book Personal Socrates about the key questions that drive high-performing personalities such as Kobe Bryant, Coco Chanel, Maya Angelou, and Robin Williams. Learn more about Commune at onecommune.com. Connect with us on Instagram at @onecommune and @jeffkrasno.
Today's lesson is a taste of Kimberly Snyder's 10-day Commune course, Beauty Inside Out. Visit onecommune.com/beauty to learn more about the course and sign up for a free trial. Kimberly is passionate about changing how we talk about beauty so that we can shift away from messages that make us feel not enough and instead learn how to live vibrantly NOW — including better digestion, more energy, and radiant self-confidence. This is not about quick fixes, calorie counting, or willpower. Instead, Kimberly lays out the four cornerstones of beauty and then offers easy-to-follow, powerful principles of good nutrition, food combining, and meal strategies. Learn more about Commune at onecommune.com. Connect with us on Instagram at @onecommune and @jeffkrasno.
WARNING: graphic descriptions of the improv comedy scene are found throughout the episode. Listener discretion is advised. Sophie from Dumb Bitch Media and Rob from Dumb & Awful return to discuss the Mike Birbiglia directed 2016 comedy-drama Don't Think Twice about the trials and tribulations of an NYC improv comedy troupe known as "The Commune." We also discuss their experiences in the improv comedy world and basically just gossip a lot it's very fun. This is a preview of Primo Lefter, our weekly premium show. You can visit our Patreon to get access to this episode, our archive, and a new episode every week.
Photo: The celebration of the election of the Commune on 28 March 1871—the Paris Commune was a major early implementation of socialist ideas CBS Eye on the World with John Batchelor CBS Audio Network @Batchelorshow Devin Nunes #Unbound: The complete, 26-minute interview, August 2021 Countdown to Socialism, paperback, [[DATE]] by Devin Nunes https://www.amazon.com/Countdown-Socialism-Devin-Nunes/dp/1641771860/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=devin+nunes&qid=1631483495&s=books&sr=1-1 This pamphlet exposes how the Democratic Party has changed beyond recognition. Once the party of anti-communism and tax-cutting under President Kennedy, it is now dominated by a surging socialist movement and led by a presidential candidate who vows to “transform” America. On a near-daily basis, the Democrats are issuing radical proposals to socialize medicine, industry, and higher education. So how can the Democrats win elections when their agenda is so far to the left of the American people? That's easy―it's because the means of public debate are being manipulated. In this explosive Encounter Broadside, Congressman Devin Nunes exposes the nexus between the Democratic Party, the mainstream media, and the social media corporations. These three entities cooperate to blast out the Democrats' message and downplay their extremism while suppressing and censoring conservative points of view. Tens of millions of Americans are only seeing one side of the debate. The information they get from newspapers and social media is not “news”―it's contrived content designed to help one political party and punish its opponents. In the run-up to the most consequential election of our lifetime, read this book to learn how your information is being skewed and regulated to force America onto the path to socialism. About Encounter Broadsides: In the late eighteenth century, pamphlets electrified the colonies and helped to forge American democracy as we know it. Encounter Broadsides seek to revive this medium to make the case for ordered liberty and democratic capitalism in our time. Read them in a sitting and come away knowing the best we can hope for and the worst we must fear.
(10/22/21) Erica Abeel's new historical fiction novel The Commune is a look at the Hamptons commune populated by the newly liberated women present at the creation of the seminal 1970 Women's March for Equality. Find out what happens when these pioneering feminists find themselves whipsawed between the bold new ideals of the women's movement and the harsh realities of their time in this installment of Leonard Lopate at Large on WBAI.
In a media landscape filled with sensationalized information, Dr. Roger Seheult has provided consistent evidence-based information throughout the pandemic. In today's show he talks through each “Swiss cheese” layer of potential protection against COVID, from the latest research on vaccines, therapeutics, and antivirals to natural immunity, hydrotherapy, Vitamin D, and diet. You can follow Dr. Seheult's work at medcram.com, on the MedCram YouTube Channel, and @medcram on Facebook and Instagram. Show notes: https://hydro4covid.com/ https://hydrotherapyathome.com/ Learn more about Commune at onecommune.com. Connect with us on Instagram at @onecommune and @jeffkrasno. This episode is sponsored by ION Go to intelligenceofnature.com and use code COMMUNE for a free travel size with the purchase of a 32oz Gut Support.
In this episode we interview Alex Turrall, an independent researcher and primary school teacher. We talk to Alex about two reviews they've written for Liberated Texts. Liberated Texts is an independent book review website which features works of ongoing relevance that have been forgotten, underappreciated, suppressed or misinterpreted in the cultural mainstream since their release. Liberated Texts focuses on texts with anti-colonial, anti-imperialist themes and those related to the history of Marxism, communism and revolution globally. We ask Alex to talk about the work of Soviet pedagogues Anton Makarenko and Vasily Sukhomlinsky. In doing so Alex touches on the interventions of these Soviet educators at two key points in Soviet history, after the revolutionary rupture with the Tsarist Russian Empire and in the aftermath of World War II. Along the way, Alex touches on different techniques and strategies illuminated by the books they reviewed for Liberated Texts. Alex also talks about the influence of these pedagogical figures within the socialist world and among liberation movements. We'll links to the articles, the video Alex references and some other resources in the show notes. We apologize in advance for all the mispronunciation in this episode, as we try to pronounce various names in unfamiliar languages to us. As of publishing this episode, we have hit our big goal of 1,000 patrons. Thank you so much all for your support. Both Josh and I are doing this work full-time now, and we couldn't do it without you all. So if you are listening and haven't become a patron of the show yet, it's still a great time to do so. Now here is our conversation with Alex Turrall on Makarenko and Sukhomlinsky. Links: A Pedagogy of Nature: Vasily Sukhomlinsky's My Heart I Give to Children by Alex Turrall (Liberated Texts) A Pedagogy of the Collective - From The Soviet Union To Latin America: Makarenko, His Life and Work by Alex Turrall (Liberated Texts) Sukhomlinsky's Lesson Las Makarenkas Educadoras (Cuba) MST, Agro-ecology and Pedagogy Makarenko Archives
God and man are inseparable. We are all members of the Divine Body, partakers of the Divine nature. We cannot be separated. We are one. Now, let us turn to Scripture for confirmation of what I have just said. I now quote from the 64th chapter of the Book of Isaiah: “O Lord, Thou art our Father. We are the clay. Thou art our Potter. We are the work of Thy hand.” Now, listen to it carefully. The word translated the “Lord” is “I AM.” That is our Father; and you can't put “I AM” away from yourself. Now, the word translated “potter” is “imagination.” He didn't say, “the potter,” . . “our Potter.” So, “O Lord, Thou art our Father; we are the clay. Thou art our Potter; we are the work of Thy hand.” So here, my own wonderful human imagination is now identified with the Lord. It's the word “Jehovah.” And this is called the “father.” So, I am Self-begotten. We are self-begotten. We're not the product of something other than ourselves. These terms are interchangeable! “the Lord,” “Father,” “Potter,” “Imagination.” For “potter” is defined in the Concordance as “imagination; that which forms or molds into form; that which makes a resolution; that which determines.” For we are told, “Commune with your own hearts on your beds and be silent.” For, “if we know that He hears us in whatever we ask, we know that we have obtained the request from Him.” It's not “another.” Can I actually have that confidence in myself? Can I actually, this night, commune with my own heart on my bed and be silent? . . knowing that I heard what I did? I know exactly what I did. Can I have confidence in that action? for there is no other god. There is no other “Lord” to whom I can turn. Music By Mettaverse language of light ➤ Follow them on Instagram: http://bit.ly/2JW8BU2➤ Join them on Facebook: http://bit.ly/2G1j7G6➤ Subscribe to their channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyvjffON2NoUvX5q_TgvVkw Alternate Universe Reality Activation get full access to new meditations, new lectures, recordings from the reality con and the 90 day AURA meditation schedulehttps://realityrevolutionlive.com/aura45338118 BUY A COPY OF MY BOOKhttps://www.amazon.com/Reality-Revolution-Mind-Blowing-Movement-Hack/dp/154450618X/ Listen my book on audible https://www.audible.com/pd/The-Reality-Revolution-Audiobook/B087LV1R5V Prosperity Consciousness - https://youtu.be/kkMvngNKeDQ How to use breathing to change your life https://youtu.be/m4y71lnyV7A The Health Revolution – Becoming Healthier through the power of your mind https://youtu.be/3UjSt3V8xso The Love Revolution: Using the Law of Attraction to find love… and your soulmate https://youtu.be/3-mhAfe2aO8 Finding Your Purpose - https://youtu.be/XJtZtmlWq9w Transform your health - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKv1KCSKwOo9Ef3Qy_G9aduDHbkPbpKOb All my guided meditations in one place https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKv1KCSKwOo_BfNnb5vLcwouInskcEhqL All my short meditations (you have 10 minutes) - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKv1KCSKwOo-Mc0SiXK8Ef0opJeahwgfM All my episodes about parallel realities - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKv1KCSKwOo-1-dStwX7huyhcxpJPMrWi All My Neville Goddard Videos In One Playlist - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKv1KCSKwOo8kBZsJpp3xvkRwhbXuhg0M For all episodes of the Reality Revolution – https://www.therealityrevolution.com Subscribe to my Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOgXHr5S3oF0qetPfqxJfSw #nevillegoddard #audiobooks #imagination #newthought #lawofattraction #totalhumanoptimization
The philosophy of Stoicism is more than 2,000 years old, but remains remarkably practical. Like the modern wellness movement, Stoicism is concerned with how to “live the good life,” and offers advice on negative self-talk, building better habits, managing events outside your control, and reflecting on your day. In this episode, philosopher Jules Evans shares ancient wisdom (and plenty of pithy quotes) to help you suffer less and flourish more. You can learn more about Commune at onecommune.com. And connect with us on Instagram at @onecommune and @jeffkrasno. This episode is sponsored by ION Go to intelligenceofnature.com and use code COMMUNE for a free travel size with the purchase of a 32oz Gut Support.
Today's episode is an excerpt from Deepak Chopra's Commune course, The Nature of Reality. You can enjoy this program free for 6 days at onecommune.com/reality. Matter, energy, information and everything we consider reality—from your next thought to the most distant star—is simply a modified form of yourself. When you understand that you are the universe, you unlock the spontaneous fulfillment of all your desires. Let's go on a philosophical journey that is as delicately intangible and yet as deeply practical as your next breath. Learn more about Commune at onecommune.com. Connect with us on Instagram at @onecommune and @jeffkrasno.
This week we're sharing a chat that Scott Branson had about Transgender Marxism (2021, Pluto Press) with Jules Gleeson (co-Editor, Contributor) and M.E. O'Brien (contributor). Transgender Marxism brings together Transgender Studies and Marxist theory, exploring Transgender lives and movements and surviving as Trans under Capitalism. In the end, the claim of the book is that for Trans Liberation, Capitalism must be abolished. In this interview we talk about the: collective, material process of transition; trans visibility, assimilation and liberation; the history of Gay Liberation and Trans movements; being Trans in the workplace; care work and family abolition; and Trans solidarities against Capitalism and the State. Jules Joanne Gleeson is a writer, comedian and historian. She has published essays in outlets including Viewpoint Magazine, Invert Journal and VICE, and performed internationally at a wide range of communist and queer cultural events. She can be found on Twitter at @SocialRepro and Patreon (QueerCom). Check out her awesome interview with Judith Butler that the GuardianUK censored due to critiques of TERFs, found in full at IllWill.Com. M.E. O'Brien writes at the intersection of communist theory, trans liberation, LGBTQ social movement studies and feminism. Michelle is a co-editor of Pinko, and her writing has appeared in Social Movement Studies, Work, Employment & Society, Commune, Homintern, Endnotes and Invert. Found on Twitter at @GenderHorizon & on Patreon (MEOBrien). Update on Sean Swain This week, instead of words from anarchist prisoner, Sean Swain, I'd just like to share the info that Sean has been transferred back to Ohio, his state of capture, from Virginia where he was held at a Medium security facility for the last 2.5 years. It's assumed that he's back at the Supermax, OSP Youngstown for 2 weeks of quarantine and determination of status to decide what prison he will go to inside Ohio from there. When he was leaving Ohio for Virginia, he was close to graduating to a lower security, medium level, than where he was held and has not had any serious breeches of conduct since his transfer, so hopefully he'll be heading to an easier and more comfortable facility. For the moment you can write him at his old address where I'm sure he'd love some kind words or some books, posted in our shownotes and at SeanSwain.org: Sean Swain #A243205 OSP Youngstown 878 Coitsville-Hubbard Rd Youngstown, OH 44505 You can donate to his legal case to challenge his denied parole by sending money via cashapp to $Swainiac1969 and you can follow @Swainiac1969 for info on the upcomnig online raffle to help fundraise for Sean's legal fees. To donate items for raffle, also contact the instagram mentioned above and keep an eye out for more info. As an update to prior mentions of Swainiac-fest, it was a success but is only a step on the way to covering his legal fees to get him the best legal defense possible. And remember, you can fundraise toward the $12,500 needed by the lawyer on your own or in community and if you want to send it to the TFSR venmo or paypal or a money order made out to us via our PO Box, feel free to do so and make sure you note Sean's defense in the comment. . ... . .. Featured Tracks: Gemini (instrumental) by Princess Nokia from Everything Is Beautiful
durée : 00:59:59 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Philippe Garbit, Albane Penaranda, Antoine Dhulster - Sur les traces de la Commune de Paris dans trois quartiers de la capitale. Une visite guidée en compagnie des historiens Jean-Louis Robert, Jacques Rougerie et de l'écrivain Gérald Dittmar, dans un numéro de "La Nouvelle Fabrique de l'Histoire", de février 2005. Rue des Thermopyles, petite rue calme et fleurie dans le 14ème arrondissement de Paris : "Voici une rue qui a gardé l'aspect qu'elle avait dans les années 1860, commente l'historien Jean-Louis Robert, un quartier très populaire où vivaient des cordonniers, des artistes et des peintres ". En marchant doucement dans la rue pavée, l'historien s'interroge : " il y a eu dans ce quartier plusieurs centaines de communards exécutés, il faudrait poser des centaines de plaques commémoratives ! " * La mémoire des communards a été totalement absente de la ville de Paris. Resituant l'histoire du quartier dans celle plus générale de la Commune, Jacques Rougerie raconte : "L_a Commune de Paris démarre le 18 mars 1871, et dans cet arrondissement l'insurrection débute par la prise de la mairie du 14ème. C'est la satisfaction d'une revendication municipale, d'une ampleur que nous saisissons mal_ ". « La Commune recouvre une réalité profonde : c'est un projet de république démocratique et sociale. J.Rougerie rappelle que Paris n'a pas de municipalités sous le Second Empire, c'est une ville administrée despotiquement par le Préfet de la Seine, Georges Eugène Haussmann depuis 1853. La Commune est un projet de république démocratique et sociale qui se trouve en conflit ouvert avec le gouvernement d'Adolphe Thiers (installé à Versailles), partisan d'une république conservatrice. Parmi les mesures phares adoptées par la démocratie communarde : la généralisation de l'école laïque gratuite pour les enfants et la séparation de l'église et de l'état qui se réalise pour la première fois. Autre lieu symbolique de la Commune, l'Hôtel de Ville de Paris dans le 4ème arrondissement, où s'installe une assemblée communale, élue le 26 mars 1871. Parmi les mesures phares adoptées par la démocratie communarde, soulignent Jean-Louis Robert et Gérard Dittmar, " la généralisation de l'école laïque gratuite pour les enfants, et la séparation de l'église et de l'état qui se réalise pour la première fois. " La Commune devrait être le partage de tous, il faudrait la réintégrer dans la mémoire nationale. Les trois invités achèvent maintenant cette promenade dans le 11ème arrondissement de Paris, rue de la Fontaine-au-Roi, un lieu où furent dressées les dernières barricades de la Commune de Paris fin mai 1871. Une « Semaine Sanglante » qui fut la première répression de masse, observe Jacques Rougerie. "La Commune, précise l'historien_, devrait être le partage de tous aujourd'hui, il faudrait la réintégrer dans la mémoire nationale_. " Par Aurélie Luneau Avec Jacques Rougerie, Jean-Louis Robert et Gérald Dittmar Réalisation : Nathalie Triandafilidès La nouvelle fabrique de l'Histoire - Balade dans le Paris de la Commune (1ère diffusion : 23/02/2005) Indexation web : Sylvain Alzial, Documentation Sonore de Radio France Archive Ina-Radio France - réalisation : Virginie Mourthé
Your microbiome is home to much more than just bacteria. Dr. Mahmoud Ghannoum is a groundbreaking researcher focused on the role of the bacteriome and mycobiome (the bacterial and fungal community) in disease. Today he talks with Jeff about the relationship between the microbiome and COVID, depression, and cancer. To take Commune's Gut Health course free for 5 days, visit onecommune.com/gut. You can also sign up for a 14-day trial of Commune Membership and access all our 90+ courses at onecommune.com/trial and connect with us on Instagram at @onecommune and @jeffkrasno. This episode is sponsored by ION - Go to intelligenceofnature.com and use code COMMUNE for a free travel size with the purchase of a 32oz Gut Support.
durée : 00:58:46 - Entendez-vous l'éco ? - par : Tiphaine de Rocquigny, Thibaut Mommeja - Symbole d'un géant économique chinois, Evergrande met aujourd'hui en danger l'ensemble secteur immobilier du pays avec un surendettement estimé à 260 milliards d'euros. Sa faillite potentielle pourrait ainsi faire tanguer l'ensemble de l'économie nationale, voire mondiale. - réalisation : François Richer - invités : Alain Wang sinologue, enseignant à l'École centrale Paris; Jean-François Di Meglio Président d'Asia Centre et enseignant à l'université Paris Dauphine
Jeffrey Krasno is a strong believer that we are all connected by a power greater than us. Whatever you believe, or whatever you think that power might be, he makes a great case for it. He was on Oprah's SuperSoul 100 list in 2016, founded Commune Media in 2018, and hosts the Commune podcast, interviewing a wide variety of guests from Deepak Chopra and Marianne Williamson to Brendon Burchard and Russell Brand. In this conversation we discuss intentionally seeking out people who disagree with you, how to become more human, and much, much more. In This Conversation We Cover: [03:31] How fear is overwhelming us [11:13] Dealing with the discomfort we're all facing [24:39] Using unrest to force you out of certainty [29:37] Finding meaning in the material [37:59] Looking inward for lasting happiness [39:36] Connecting to the power of story [45:40] Having conversations with people who disagree with you Resources: http://www.jeffkrasno.com/ (jeffkrasno.com) Read: http://www.jeffkrasno.com/wanderlust-book (Wanderlust) Read: http://www.jeffkrasno.com/communion (Communion) Text "Dream Life" to 310- 388-9724 to get our FREE dream life course Mastermind: https://workhardplayhardpodcast.com/mastermind/ (workhardplayhardpodcast.com/mastermind) Connect with Rob on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/robmurgatroyd/ (@robmurgatroyd) Connect with Kim on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kimmurgatroyd/ (@kimmurgatroyd) To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: https://workhardplayhardpodcast.com/ (workhardplayhardpodcast.com) Work Hard Play Hard is a production of http://crate.media (Crate Media)
While Corey Smith is the mastermind behind the shape changing snowboard brand Spring Break Snowboards, it's not snowboarding that defines him. Corey is an artist first and foremost and he's responsible for creating religions, spoof snowboard brands and some of the most popular snowboard graphics of the past decade. If that's not enough, he was a also a pro rider who played in bands and lived the rockstar life….. This all makes for a great podcast. Corey Smith Show Notes: 3:00: The Church of Quantum Interconnectedness, no rules at home, and art 8:00: Snowboarding at 16, Summer at Hood, and aspirations of being pro 14:00: Neoproto days, his image, his riding style, and being ahead of his time 20:15: Dragon: Their glasses FLOAT, use the code Powell15 to save 15% Peter Glenn Ski and Sports: Over 60 years of getting you out there Elan Skis: Find out why those who "know" are talking about Elan 22:30: Money, going through boards, making ends meet, Capita, and pushing the limits with graphics 28:00: Video part involvement, brands, riders he respects, and Love/Hate 34:00: College, bands Moving to LA, Ambiguous, and Commune 38:45: Stanley: Get 30% off site wide with the code drinkfast Alpine Vans: Upgrade your adventure, Upgrade your life 10 Barrel Brewery: Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone 40:45: The Commune Movie, moving to Tahoe to get back to snowboarding, and founding Spring Break 45:00: Getting ripped off by the big brands, partnering with Capita, and the best of both worlds for him 51:00: Inappropriate Questions with Sean Tedore
In some ways this conversation serves as Part 2 of our first podcast with Zach Bush, The Real Roots of Disease. However, this conversation is so expansive in scope — from the very micro of what is occurring right now in your small intestine to the hyper macro of the spiritual future of humanity – that no one description can encompass its breadth. Zach's philosophy of medicine, human health, and the meaning of life is evolving and coalescing at this very moment; this is simply a 2-hour snapshot. To try Zach's new Commune course, The Vital Roots of Human Health, for free, visit onecommune.com/zachbush. P.S. In its many twists and turns, this podcast includes a discussion about COVID and vaccines. If you feel strongly about these issues, we encourage you to read our Community Letter at onecommune.com/covid. You can learn more about Commune at onecommune.com. And connect with us on Instagram at @onecommune and @jeffkrasno.
Jeff Ward's experience, insight, and unique perspective on football is always in demand. The audience starves for his fearless, agenda-free, and irreverent take on the teams and storylines that matter most. Now, fans can get a steady diet of his football knowledge with regular segments titled “Six Minutes of Football." Follow The Jeff Ward Show on social media: Twitter Instagram Facebook Jeff Ward is a highly decorated former NCAA football player with extensive ties to the University of Texas. He's been nominated as an Outstanding Young Texas Ex, and while a student at The University of Texas, he was a four-year Letterman in football, a football team captain, a member of the Athletics Director's Academic Honor Roll, a three-time all-conference football player, and a two-time All-American football player. He's among the top five all-time leading scorers at The University of Texas, and he's the NCAA record holder for game-winning field goals. He was selected in the 1988 NFL Draft to play football professionally. The podcast market is oversaturated with NCAA and NFL football content but with Jeff, you get the educated perspective of someone who's lived it. Jeff has been appearing on both national news and local (Texas-based) news platforms to discuss sports, politics and economics for over 20 years. Jeff's time at The University of Texas provided him with knowledge of worldwide economics, marketing strategies and the economics of sports, particularly with NCAA Football. With the NCAA always finding itself involved in hot-button issues, Jeff Ward explains what's going on behind the scenes. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This is a segment of episode 304 of Last Born In The Wilderness “Why We Fight: Paths To Power & Antifascist Resistance In The Apocalypse w/ Shane Burley.” Listen to the full episode: https://www.lastborninthewilderness.com/episodes/shane-burley-2 Purchase a copy of 'Why We Fight from AK Press or Bookshop: https://www.akpress.org/why-we-fight.html / https://bit.ly/3o3Ieyq Journalist Shane Burley joins me to discuss his newest book, 'Why We Fight: Essays on Fascism, Resistance, and Surviving the Apocalypse,' published through AK Press. Smoke choked cities. Supply chain disruptions. Pandemic. Riots. Fascist violence. The calamitous events of 2020 sent shock waves through the social fabric of the United States. There is the pervasive sense that we've crossed a threshold, one that cannot be walked back or reversed. In 'Why We Fight,' Burley navigates this territory of the here and now, providing deep insights into the conditions that gave rise to some of the most dramatic developments of the past several years. In this interview, I ask Burley to provide updates into the evolution of fascist politics during this time, and what antifascist resistance to the far right looks like, and must adapt to, in a time of apocalyptic rupture. Shane Burley is a writer and filmmaker based in Portland, Oregon. His essays, criticism and journalism has been featured in places like Jacobin, Al Jazeera, NBC News, Truthout, In These Times, Bandcamp, Salvage, Commune, The Baffler, Upping the Anti, Full Stop, and the Oregon Historical Quarterly. He is the author of 'Fascism Today: What It Is and How to End It' (AK Press, 2017) and has contributed to a number of anthologies and journals. His commentary on the far-right has been featured in places such as The Guardian, The Huffington Post, The Daily Beast, PBS, and many others. WEBSITE: https://www.lastborninthewilderness.com PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/lastborninthewilderness DONATE: https://www.paypal.me/lastbornpodcast / https://venmo.com/LastBornPodcast BOOK LIST: https://bookshop.org/shop/lastbornpodcast EPISODE 300: https://lastborninthewilderness.bandcamp.com BOOK: http://bit.ly/ORBITgr ATTACK & DETHRONE: https://anchor.fm/adgodcast DROP ME A LINE: Call (208) 918-2837 or http://bit.ly/LBWfiledrop EVERYTHING ELSE: https://linktr.ee/patterns.of.behavior
Adolphe Thiers est souvent réduit à son rôle dans la répression de la Commune de Paris en 1871. Il a aussi été un politicien très populaire et un grand homme d'Etat. Mais derrière ses succès politiques, sa vie privée, pour le moins originale, vaut également la peine d'être racontée. Dans ce nouvel épisode du podcast Europe 1 Studio "Au cœur de l'Histoire", Clémentine Portier-Kaltenbach revient sur l'intimité d'Adolphe Thiers.
Calling all leaders, teachers, healers, therapists, life coaches, spiritual guides, and anyone aspiring to be a beacon of light and love in this world. This audio workshop is an excerpt of Marianne's 10-day Commune course, Teaching the Teachers, which helps you deepen your understanding of spirituality and your own devotion to practicing it. That way, you will become someone who not only understands spiritual principles, but can convey them to others in the deepest possible way. To watch Marianne's full course, sign up for a 14-day free trial of Commune Membership at onecommune.com/trial.
[Intro: 8:59] Journalist Shane Burley joins me to discuss his newest book, 'Why We Fight: Essays on Fascism, Resistance, and Surviving the Apocalypse,' published through AK Press. Smoke choked cities. Supply chain disruptions. Pandemic. Riots. Fascist violence. The calamitous events of 2020 sent shock waves through the social fabric of the United States. There is the pervasive sense that we've crossed a threshold, one that cannot be walked back or reversed. In 'Why We Fight,' Burley navigates this territory of the here and now, providing deep insights into the conditions that gave rise to some of the most dramatic developments of the past several years. In this interview, I ask Burley to provide updates into the evolution of fascist politics during this time, and what antifascist resistance to the far right looks like, and must adapt to, in a time of apocalyptic rupture. Shane Burley is a writer and filmmaker based in Portland, Oregon. His essays, criticism and journalism has been featured in places like Jacobin, Al Jazeera, NBC News, Truthout, In These Times, Bandcamp, Salvage, Commune, The Baffler, Upping the Anti, Full Stop, and the Oregon Historical Quarterly. He is the author of 'Fascism Today: What It Is and How to End It' (AK Press, 2017) and has contributed to a number of anthologies and journals. His commentary on the far-right has been featured in places such as The Guardian, The Huffington Post, The Daily Beast, PBS, and many others. Episode Notes: - Purchase a copy of 'Why We Figh't from AK Press or Bookshop: https://www.akpress.org/why-we-fight.html / https://bit.ly/3o3Ieyq - Follow Shane's work on Twitter and support him on Patreon: https://twitter.com/shane_burley1 / https://www.patreon.com/shaneburley/posts - Music was produced by Epik The Dawn. WEBSITE: https://www.lastborninthewilderness.com PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/lastborninthewilderness DONATE: https://www.paypal.me/lastbornpodcast / https://venmo.com/LastBornPodcast BOOK LIST: https://bookshop.org/shop/lastbornpodcast EPISODE 300: https://lastborninthewilderness.bandcamp.com BOOK: http://bit.ly/ORBITgr ATTACK & DETHRONE: https://anchor.fm/adgodcast DROP ME A LINE: Call (208) 918-2837 or http://bit.ly/LBWfiledrop EVERYTHING ELSE: https://linktr.ee/patterns.of.behavior
We're talking communes, but keep your clothes on, people. Today we explore the Rule of St. Augustine and his vision for a common life for lay Christians. There's more to this than s'mores, fire dances, and optional clothing.After his baptism, Augustine founded a community of laymen with whom he shared life and prayer. His community was oriented around a Rule designed to bring its members closer to God and neighbor. Eventually, the Rule was extended to priests and became what is now the oldest monastic rule in the Western Church. Nick, Tyler, and Austin discuss how Augustine's principles would fit in with their own Catholic "commune," or intentional community, dreams.Show HighlightsWho was St. Augustine and why did he start a Rule of community living?Why do secular communes often lead to disaster?Did Augustine think a pure democracy would work in the monastery?Was Augustine a communist?Can "commune" members go on personal shopping sprees?Could we play Settlers of Catan on our "commune"?What would be the most difficult parts of living together?What are the keys to fraternal correction?Can there be snacks?LinksRule of St. Augustine (can be read in one sitting!)Leave us a Review!Take a few seconds and write a positive review on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts. This helps us move up in the rankings and reach more people!Connect with the PodcastHave a question, topic idea, gardening tip, anything? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We'd love to give you a sprout out.
The movement to reverse global warming will be the largest movement in the history of humankind, but it won't be because people want to "fight climate change." It will happen because the true solutions to the climate crisis are also the solutions that create a profoundly different and better world for everyone on earth. Sign for free access to Paul Hawken's Commune course at onecommune.com/regeneration.
On this episode I talk to the brilliant Rachel (@rakacarp) about surviving life currently under late stage capitalism, how to do your part in helping the collective without feeling completely overwhelmed, finding queer joy in connection and art, and just how much Queerness shows up in Christianity, Xena & my arm wrestling league and so much more! Get you a dose of hope from this episode and follow Rachel on Instagram.com/Racakarp and Patreon. Follow me on the gram @makemygay or Instagram.com/finntasticmxfox to connect, pitch ideas or even be my guest on a future episode, and if you enjoy the podcast please rate/review/comment and then share to spread the love and throw some dollars over on the Patreon.com/makemygay to help me keep the show going.
Brendon is a 3-time New York Times bestselling author and one of the world's most-watched, quoted, and followed personal development trainers. And while he's known as an expert in high-performance habits, in this episode he makes it clear that habits aren't an end in themselves — the goal is to become a better person. He and Jeff also talk about his new project Growth Day, the research behind why you should journal more, and five words to make you a better leader. If you want MORE Brendon, you can sign up for his Commune program free for 5 days at onecommune.com/wellness.
In 1971 a group of squatters, artists and activists took over a disused military barracks on the edge of Copenhagen. They established a self-governing hippy commune called Freetown Christiania, after the surrounding district of Christianshavn. Residents began to build houses along their own experimental designs and soon Christiania had its own theatre, bakery and kindergarten. The semi-autonomous enclave is still there today and is one of the oldest and largest communes in the world. Viv Jones speaks to Danish filmmaker Jon Bang Carlsen, one of Christiania's first settlers. Photo: Christiania (Getty Images)
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