Voyage texturé n°2 : Voyage musical trans-temporalités... Pour ce deuxième voyage texturé, Igor Selektor vous invite à un voyage entre musique et temps, la musique à travers le temps, le temps à travers la musique, la musique sans début ni fin, ... vous vous perdrez dans la musicalité temporelle pour retrouver, peut-être, votre propre texture. Bon voyage ! :) Conception et présentation : Igor Selektor Production : Gilles Saulière pour RadioDelta Play-list de l'émission : 1. Köln, January 24, 1975 Pt. I Live - Album : The Köln Concert - Keith Jarrett 2. Sounds of Peru: Sublmergence / Awakning - Album : Ruta And Daitya - Keith Jarrett, Jack DeJohnette 3. Pharaoh'dance - Album : Bitches Brew - Miles Davis 4. Nobu - Album : Dedication - Herbie Nancock 5. Televised Green Smoke - Album : More songs About Food And Revolutionnary Art - Carl Craig 6. Neroli - Album : Neroli (Thinking Music Part IV) - Brian Eno 7. #1 - Album : Selected nAmbient Works Volume II - Alphex Twin
Bienvenue dans cette 91ème édition de Pierres de touche, l'émission hebdomadaire de la Grande Loge Mixte de France. Comme vous le savez, pour cette troisième saison, Pierres de Touche a pris ses quartiers d'été… Au programme, les chroniques habituelles mais également les coups de cœur, voire des coups de gueule, de nos chroniqueurs. A l'occasion de ces émissions estivales, Sylvie Lycasion a choisi de nous dresser le portrait de francs-maçons insoupçonnés. Cette deuxième de la saison estivale est consacrée à Irving Berlin. Une chronique qui sera suivie de la diffusion de la célèbre chanson I am dreaming of a white Christmas, interprété cette fois par Lady Gaga. Place maintenant à la chronique psycho-philo de Michel Baron. Cette semaine, Michel Baron évoque Le Kaïros, complément indispensable du chronos et de l'aiôn. Chronique illustrée par deux vignettes musicales, Time (Pink Floyd) et Time (Hans Zimmer) Dans le cadre de sa rubrique hebdomadaire, Le monde qui vient, Pierre Yana nous propose une réflexion autour d'Emmanuel Lévinas, et notamment de sa vie avant la guerre. Une réflexion menée à partir de l'ouvrage de Joelle Hansel, Levinas avant la guerre, une philosophie de l'évasion. Pour illustrer le propos de cette chronique « idées », , nous avons diffusé Né en 17 à Leidenstadt, un titre du trio Carole Fredericks, Michael Jones et Jean-Jacques Goldman. Sans transition, Claire Donzel nous propose – pour ne pas dire nous bouscule – ce dimanche avec une chronique intitulée « Le saviez-vous ? ». Une chronique engagée et féministe qui illustre bien sa réflexion autour des femmes, des valeurs d'universalisme et de la République auxquelles nous sommes attachées. Claire Donzel Pour illustrer cette chronique, une chanson qui secoue un peu, T'es belle de Cœur de Pirate. Notre émission touche à sa fin. Merci à l'équipe de chroniqueurs de Pierres de touche. Merci à Gilles Saulière qui réalise et produit cette émission. Rejoignez-nous sur les réseaux sociaux : twitter, facebook, instagram, et youtube. Nous nous quittons avec une chanson du groupe Mecano, Une femme avec une femme, dans sa version espagnole, un hommage pour commémorer les 40 ans de la dépénalisation de l'homosexualité en France. Ne l'oublions pas, c'était le 4 août 1982. Bel été à vous. Conception & animation : Elise Ovart-Baratte Production : Gilles Saulière Déroulé de l'émission : 00:00:00 Présentation de l'émission - Élise Ovart-Barrate 00:01:00 Chronique Petit florilège de francs-maçons insoupçonnés : Irving Berlin - Sylvie Lycasion 00:08:15 Musique : I am dreaming of a white Christmas - Lady Gaga 00:11:36 Chronique Psycho-philo : Le Kairos, également ami du Chronos et de l'Aiôn ! - Michel Baron 00:19:22 Musique : Time - Hans Zimmer 00:21:54 Chronique Le monde qui vient : Levinas avant la guerre, Joelle Hansel - Pierre Yana 00:30:25 Musique : Né en 17 à Leidenstadt - Goldman, Fredericks, Jones 00:33:17 Chronique Le saviez-vous ? : La charge mentale estivale des femmes - Claire Donzel 00:35:55 Musique : T'es belle - Cœur de Pirate 00:38:11 Fin - Remerciements - Élise Ovart-Barrate 00:39:11 Musique : Mujer Contra Mujer - Mecano
Wonderfully Made The Power of God – Psalm 139:13-18 Psalm 139:13-18 Power – How Much and What if? Daily consumption - > million terajoules per day 7.5 billion boiling kettles 24/7 Average – fifty devices that are drawing power daily Energy demand projected to triple by 2050 Psalm 139, David considered God's power Psalm 139 – David's awe of the attributes of God Omniscience, Omnipresence, Omnipotence God's Mighty Work and Power: God's Work Is Marvelous (v. 14) God's Craftsmanship is Meticulous (vv. 13-16) God's Wisdom Is Measureless (vv. 17-18) 1. GOD'S WORKS ARE MARVELOUS (V. 14) Psalm 139:14 NKJV … Marvelous are Your works, And that my soul knows very well. Marvelous פָּלָא = wonderful, miraculous His works are incomparable Majesty of the heavens – the vastness of the universe Intricacies of the human body – microscopic “machines” at work in body To illustrate God's power, David turned inward – human body Human's – God's crowning creation in the image of God Gen 1:26-27 David described God operating full strength – not deficient in power - "mighty" fifty-seven times Job 42:2 "I know that You can do everything, And that no purpose of Yours can be withheld from You. Gabriel to Mary about Jesus' birth, “For with God nothing will be impossible.” Luke 1:37 Matt 19:26 (salvation) Are things God cannot or will not do? anything out of harmony with His nature and character Lying (see Hebrews 6:18) – “… it is impossible for God to lie” Not loving (see 1 John 4:7) – “…for love is of God” Approving of sin (see Habakkuk 1:13) – “You are of purer eyes … and cannot look on wickedness.” Tempt or be tempted (see James 1:13) – “for God cannot be tempted by evil, nor does He Himself tempt anyone.” 2. GOD'S CRAFTSMANSHIP IS METICULOUS (VV. 13-16) Illust. Wood shop Focus on the marvels of the human body Creation Conception and gestation Preparation/Predetermination Creation You formed, You covered Either the product of a Creator who made us or product of an accident of an impersonal universe Order and form – logically points to Creator "Evolutionary theory is still, as it was in Darwin's time, a highly speculative hypothesis entirely without direct factual support." —Michael Denton - Molecular biologist "We are now about 120 years after Darwin, and the knowledge of the fossil record has been greatly expanded. We now have a quarter of a million fossil species. But the situation hasn't changed much. We have fewer examples of evolutionary transition than we had in Darwin's time." —David Raup (evolutionary paleontologist) Conception and gestation Skillfully wrought – vs. 15 Formed in our mother's womb My frame – skeleton Knit together – matrix of veins, arteries, nerves, vascular system Every microscopic cell from conception to birth to adulthood monitored by the Maker God present from the moment of conception – vs. 15 Importance of human life Recognize God's hand in creating every single person Abortion an affront against the Creator God knows us in the womb: Isa 44:2 Jeremiah 1:5 Preparation/Predetermination Psalm 139:16 Days are pre-determined Written Before they began David understood God's sovereignty over his entire life, every day God's power to not only know past & present, but determine the future God's programing of our DNA 37 trillion cells DNA encoded in every cell in your body – determining everything from eye color to immunity His information programmed into every cell How could this be by chance? 3. GOD'S WISDOM IS MEASURELESS (VV. 17-18) Psalm 139:17-18 David stirred by God's thoughts of him More than the sand!! 75,000,000,000,000,000,000 grains Powerful Creator is also our Sustainer and Nurturer Not only aware of you – He is concerned for you and cares for you Our knowledge of God's strength and wisdom should influence our lives Peace, comfort and boldness – faith in His power His thoughts of love for you have provided salvation for you John 3:16 1John 4:9-10 NLT DO YOU KNOW HIM?
Dans l'Empreinte, nous essayons de comprendre, ensemble, comment les marques d'aujourd'hui s'engagent ou non, pour notre planète et pour notre société. Chaque semaine, Alice Vachet reçoit donc des start-upers, des PDG de grands groupes ou encore des directeurs de la RSE qui lui expliquent comment leur entreprise s'engage pour porter une révolution de l'impact sur notre planète, une empreinte. Dans ce nouvel épisode de L'Empreinte, Alice Vachet reçoit Eric Ducournau, directeur général des laboratoires Pierre Fabre, le groupe pharmaceutique et dermo-cosmétique français créé en 1962. La naturalité des produits et la préservation de la biodiversité sont au cœur des enjeux écologiques des laboratoires Pierre Fabre. Le groupe a réduit son utilisation de solvants et plus de 240 plantes sont utilisées pour la conception des produits. D'ici 2023, 1 produit sur 2 du catalogue sera éco-conçu. Les laboratoires innovent en lançant le Green Impact Index, outil qui permet de mesurer et de communiquer de manière transparente l'impact environnemental et sociétal des produits cosmétiques et de santé familiale. Mais comment Pierre Fabre innove-t-il dans la biotechnologie ? Concrètement, comment sont conçus les produits Pierre Fabre ? Toutes les réponses dans cet épisode. En savoir plus Inscrivez-vous à la newsletter de L'Empreinte pour suivre toute l'actualité RSE en cliquant ici.
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This episode features a conversation with my guest, Tom Kreffer. Tom Kreffer is the author of Dear Dory: Journal of a Soon-to- be First-time Dad, Dear Arlo: Adventures in Dadding, Toddler Inc., and he is the creator of the Adventures in Dadding Newsletter. He loves Star Wars and Marvel movies, and he has a degree in film and television that he firmly believes to be worth less than a second-hand toothbrush.He lives in Northampton, England with his family, whom he intends to exploit for many more story opportunities in the years to come.As always, thank you for spending your Wednesday with us!You can visit the Welcome To Fatherhood website for more information. Theme MusicDreamweaver by Sound ForceFrom Premium BeatShow MusicVanilla Sky by LunarehHiphoppin by Daniele MustoFrom Soundstripe
Are you or someone you know struggling with fertility? You're not alone! Fertility obstacles come in many different shapes and sizes, and we called on expert Ayla Barmmer, MS, RDN, LDN, to help shed light on a different perspective that is much less talked about. What does nutrition therapy look like regarding male fertility wellness? Find out on today's podcast! In our newest episode, we cover: Fertility from both men and women's perspective How does men's pre-conception health impact fertility and birth? What interventions are available for men to improve generations to come? Do we have control over how our genetics are expressed? How do these factors impact IVF? What are some tips for men for pre-conception? What are environmental factors that might be impacting fertility? How do supplements play a role? Dive into our newest episode! What to know more about Ayla and her practice? We get it, she's the best! Learn more about Ayla, her practice, and her supplements on her website, or on her Instagram! Want a high quality prenatal or male reproductive health supplements? Ayla's got the goods at her company website, FullWell, and you get a discount of 10% off when you use the code EMPOWERED at checkout. Prefer to watch instead of listen? We've got you covered. You can see our livesteamed chat on our YouTube channel. Want to learn more about our one-on-one Empowered Nutrition coaching? Book a free chemistry call to discuss your story and see if we're a good fit. Think your metabolism could some healing or a reboot? That's our specialty. We have recently launched our Lean for Life Membership phase one and two called “Heal” and "Optimize" where you will be empowered to reverse previous metabolic damage with the assistance of our team of Registered Dietitian Nutritionists. Check out more details on our website! Enjoying the podcast? Please review the Empowered Nutrition Podcast on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen! Then, send me a screenshot of your positive review to firstname.lastname@example.org as a DM on Instagram (empowerednutrition.health). Include a brief description of what you're working on with your health and/or nutrition and I'll send you a free custom meal plan! Do you have questions you would like answered on the Empowered Nutrition podcast? You can propose your questions/ideas here or reach out to me at email@example.com
Je vous propose de rediscuter de numérique et notamment d'éco-conception. Paul Guibert a co-fondé Digital Green une agence de conseil spécialiste de l'éco-conception et du numérique responsable. L'éco-conception web, c'est concevoir son site en ajoutant dans l'équation son impact écologique sans rogner sur la performance. L'objectif : rendre son site éco responsable. Il y a 1,6 milliard de site sur internet, et sûrement autant qui ne sont pas conçus en pensant à réduire leur impact écologique. Un sujet d'actualité donc ! Au menu de l'épisode
Why is it important to prepare for the Baby?The fetus is affected by everything happening inside of the mother and by those in the immediate, intimate orbit. If the mother undergoes dramas the fetus will participate, too.For instance, an unwanted baby feels during the pregnancy that it is unwanted and will suffer his whole life for that! When it approaches people it automatically thinks nobody loves me… And the baby will have problems to have an intimate relationship with his mother and later with his spouse. That is science proofed. In the womb the unborn baby will have their own experience, it is helpless… How would it be if we could support our unborn child, to reduce the stress and the prenatal traumas? Otherwise, the traumatized baby will lack trust in relationships and be unable to live satisfying relationships.Being stuck in prenatal stress or trauma patterns is very destructive and can make it hard to learn in life. Because it is difficult to learn when we are in survival mode. The good news is that it is possible to heal and prevent these trauma's, and to create an optimal environment, and experience, for our unborn babies.What should we do?1. Prepare both for the pregnancy. The becoming mother should be supported in every aspect of her life. What she feels, the fetus feels… Do you want a happy baby? Look that the becoming mother will enjoy her life and get the love that she needs! Stress and hardships during the pregnancy make it so hard for the baby to find love and trust in his life!2. Help the mother to be confident with the pregnancy and get rid of the fears. Because we don't want a fearful baby!3. The becoming mother prepares to be a mother and speak about that how to become a good mother. Because the baby feels if we prepare for the birth and its childhood. 4. Prepare for the birth. If the becoming mother has fear of the birth; the baby will feel that.The birth trauma is the biggest trauma in our life. We should look to make it easy for the baby and the mother with the right preparation. The woman should be able to feel safe to labor. Get rid of the fears with a good midwife and train the birth until the female feels safe. And the becoming mother should deliver stress-free. Because of the fears of birth, the vagina can't enough open and make the birth so hard for the baby. Communicate again and again over your fears with the midwife, relatives, spouse until the fears are gone. 5. A natural environment, instead of a hospital for the birth would be much better. Please don't give your babies vaccines directly after the birth. Before the 7th birthday vaccines are too dangerous for the baby! If I see these senseless behaviors of the doctors after the birth to torture the baby with injection, disinfection… I would rather beat them up!!!No torture for the newborn baby!! No injection! The newborn baby needs love!!! My Video: From Conception to Birth https://youtu.be/7nGPe7j8E3AMy Audio: https://divinesuccess.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/Podcast.B/from-conception-to-birth.mp3
La commémoration des 80 ans de la rafle dite du VeldHiv fut, cette année encore, l'occasion de réveiller la polémique sur le Régime de Vichy et celui qui le personnalise, Philippe Pétain. Si l'opinion s'affronte encore aussi violemment autour de la mémoire de ce vieillard décédé voilà 71 ans, c'est parce qu'il est impossible de trancher catégoriquement sur l'homme. Le destin de Philippe Pétain est complexe. La situation dans laquelle il s'est enferré est complexe. Sa mémoire est donc, elle aussi, complexe, et c'est elle qui est passée, aujourd'hui, au crible de l'histoire. Pour cet épisode, je me suis appuyé sur les travaux des historiens Michel Catala, Henry Rousso, Jean-Marie Guillon, Simon Epstein, Marc Ferro et les mémoire de Charles de Gaulle. Légende photo: Le maréchal Philippe Pétain et le baron de las Torres, interprète de Francisco Franco, sortant d'une entrevue avec le Caudillo à Burgos, le 26 mars 1939.Conception, production et réalisation: Maxime BAZILE https://twitter.com/BLMaxime?lang=frSupport the show
This month, Dr. Rachel Agbeko, Senior Editor of ADC, is joined by Prof. Julie Mytton(1) and Prof. Sunil Joshi(2) to discuss their new model of injury surveillance in Nepalese emergency departments, the trends in injuries affecting children, and the implications of these. Read the paper 'Epidemiology of paediatric injuries in Nepal: evidence from emergency department injury surveillance' on the ADC website - https://adc.bmj.com/content/106/11/1050. The ADC Spotlight podcast is the Archives of Disease in Childhood podcast covering areas that don't usually get much attention or might be taken for granted in children's health. This series is produced by Letícia Amorim and edited by Brian O'Toole. Please listen to our regular podcasts and subscribe to Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, and Spotify to get episodes automatically downloaded to your phone and computer. And if you enjoy the podcast, please leave us a review at https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/adc-podcast/id333278832 (1) Professor of Public Health at University of the West of England, Bristol, UK (2)Professor at Dep. Community Medicine, Director of Nepal Injury Research Centre, Nepal
Last month we gave you a sneaky audio advanced peek into traumatic cardiac arrest - https://adc.bmj.com/content/107/7/695.1 - and so this month we are encouraging you to take a step back and think about why on earth we are doing this difficult, demanding, and intellectually brain stretching stuff of critically appraising clinical research studies - https://adc.bmj.com/content/107/8/772.1 - and beyond that, getting involved and creating some Archi's yourself - adc.bmj.com/pages/authors/#archimedes. Please listen to our regular podcasts and subscribe in Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher and Spotify to get episodes automatically downloaded to your phone and computer. And if you enjoy the podcast, please leave us a review at https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/adc-podcast/id333278832
The baby's finally here, and she's adorable! Six months after Nipunie Rajapakse, M.D., gave birth to her new baby girl, we're catching up with her for a candid conversation about how the first few months of parenthood have gone, including: * Nipunie's delivery story * Her recovery after her C-section and tips to get through it easier * The first steps for the baby right after delivery * Breastfeeding: both mom and baby getting used to it * What surprised Nipunie most about delivery and the first postpartum period * Her biggest challenge about being a new parent * How breast pumping has gone so far * Things she bought for the baby that have been more helpful than she thought * Things she bought that she thought she would use and didn't Listen and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts: Mayo Clinic Press: https://mcpress.mayoclinic.org/podcasts/?_listing_format=podcast&_listing_categories=parenting Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mayo-clinic-moms-talking-pregnancy/id1612058190 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4aOz1IPb4yKKjaIKqwdWMD?si=c37e753629634213 Or check out our YouTube playlist, Mayo Clinic Moms: Talking Pregnancy: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-0wPfZ2Y6IaOOpA7YePCG-kfuwvoBufn Need more resources? Mayo Clinic Guide to Fertility and Conception: https://mcpress.mayoclinic.org/shop/pregnancy-books/mayo-clinic-guide-to-fertility-and-conception/ Mayo Clinic Guide to a Healthy Pregnancy: https://mcpress.mayoclinic.org/shop/pregnancy-books/mayo-clinic-guide-to-a-healthy-pregnancy/ Mayo Clinic Guide to Your Baby's First Years: https://mcpress.mayoclinic.org/shop/childrens-health-books/mayo-clinic-guide-to-your-babys-first-years/ Mayo Clinic Guide to Raising a Healthy Child: https://mcpress.mayoclinic.org/shop/childrens-health-books/mayo-clinic-guide-to-raising-a-healthy-child/
Tell us about a stranger you still remember. What made them memorable?Ratchet Events:-Connecticut man was arrested after he pulled a gun on a woman for not thanking him for holding the door open for her.-Republican senators introduced a bill that requires child support at CONCEPTION.-Monkey Pox to be established as a a new STD in the US. -NY had reported the first case of polio in over a decade. -Walgreens staffer refused to sell married couple condoms, citing his faith.-Brawl between two families breaks out at Disney World, leaving one person hospitalized.Moment in Love:-How true is this statement: Men are more honest with their side chick because they don't have to worry about their feelings since they aren't commuting to them. Would you rather:-Would you rather your farts smell like freshly baked apple pie or your breath is always minty fresh? -Would you rather be able to take photos by blinking or record your dreams?-Would you rather everyone in the world was smarter or nicer?-Would you rather fart or burp every time you orgasm?-Would you rather have ten testicles or one watermelon-sized testicle? The watermelon is big.
Amanda Niu and Ken Lau are co-founders of Eva, a homewares and furniture company with a focus on creating products that are made for living and fit into everyday life. SHOW NOTES:00:00 – Welcome to Uncommon00:30 - Moving to Australia 04:15 - Earliest memory 06:30 - Childhood career aspirations 08:55 - How Amanda and Ken met11:40 - Neuropsychology skills12:50 - Engineering skills15:00 - Running eBay store17:25 - Turning point in business 20:00 - Scaling the business 26:00 - Product range / Future projections30:22 - Surveying customers 32:10 - Conception to Manufacturing37:10 - Same or different manufacturer?39:50 - Changes in the past 12 months42:15 - Furniture manufacturing in China 44:08 - Supplies for products 45:30 - 365 Day Trial 48:40 - Short wait times for furniture 51:40 - People and culture in business 54:30 - What in the next two years55:40 - Engagement and wedding planning 1:01:20 - Rapid fire questions1:03:20 - Closing remarksLINKS:Eva - Website Eva - Instagram Eva - FacebookEva - PinterestAmanda's LinkedinKen's Linkedin
Join Jim and Greg as the they welcome a new GOP bill to require child support from the month of conception. They also cringe at President Biden's pathetic numbers of prosecutions for illegal border crossings even as illegal crossings hit record highs. And they unpack Biden's disastrous trip to the Saudi Arabia.Please visit our great sponsors:NetChoicehttps://NetChoice.org/2992Join us in telling Congress to stop rising prices and reject progressive tech regulations like S.2992
Join Jim and Greg as the they welcome a new GOP bill to require child support from the month of conception. They also cringe at President Biden’s pathetic numbers of prosecutions for illegal border crossings even as illegal crossings hit record highs. And they unpack Biden’s disastrous trip to the Saudi Arabia.
There is a lot of screaming from the liberals declaring that they believe the science. Reality is, they believe the theory, not actual facts. There really is a definite science that is consistent with fetal development. Science says that the origin of something is that something. Does life start at conception? Everything starts at its conception point. Conception means the beginning of something. So of course, life begins at conception. When else could it start? After conception? No, at conception. Show notes (posted every Tuesday) can be found HERE.
It feels crazy to announce to that I'm halfway through my pregnancy with baby #2! The fertility journey is one wild ride. So many ups and downs. So many unknowns and uncertainties. So many what-the-fuck-is-happenings. The irony is that the more I surrender to this truth – that fertility cannot be tamed, and my only job is to let her be wild, misunderstood and often confusingggg -- the more connected with her I feel. The more free and safe I feel to live my own life. The more fertile I feel. My son Beck took 8 years to conceive, while the baby I'm pregnant with took no time at all. Because of this, the journey to baby #2 was VERY different than baby #1. BUT AT THE SAME TIME, it was exactly the same. Confusing? It will make sense in this week's podcast. You've allowed me into your journey just by following me/signing up for my emails/being a part of my programs – so I decided to share my personal story with you. My intention is that through my story, you learn more about your own VERY PRESENT AND ALIVE relationship with fertility. You begin to understand fertility's purpose, her qualities and her beautiful essence. Because the truth is, the relationship begins before baby. You don't need to get pregnant to invite her in. She's alive and inside of you, as soon as you decide. Listen now!
Fertility specialist English joins me to discuss how she helps her clients utilize nutrition, movement, mindset and more to create more safety in their bodies and overcome fertility struggles. **************** English is a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner who specializes in helping couples conceive the baby of their dreams in the least invasive way possible. She uses the combination of in-depth lab work & the power of targeted nutrition to help couples get down to the root cause of their imbalances & restore their innate ability to conceive a healthy baby. Click here to visit English's website for more info (and freebies mentioned in the ep!) **************** >>>>Click HERE for your 14 day FREE trial of Emjoy!
On a cellular level, a lot goes on from ovulation through the first stages of pregnancy. Learn about the biology of fertilization and implantation in this episode of BrainStuff, based on this article: https://health.howstuffworks.com/pregnancy-and-parenting/pregnancy/conception/conception-process.htm See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Hadley Arkes, the founder and director of the James Wilson Institute and professor at Amherst College, joins Federalist Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to analyze the U.S. Supreme Court's Dobbs v. Jackson decision and evaluate whether the ruling went far enough.
Founder and creator of Mercier Therapy, Jennifer Mercier has been in practice for over a decade and serves women with primary and secondary infertility, pelvic pain and surgical recovery. Most of the women that consult Dr. Mercier's expertise have been diagnosed with endometriosis, PCOS, scar tissue, fibroids, blocked tubes, premature ovarian failure, diminished ovarian reserve, advanced age, and hormone/thyroid imbalance. Mercier Therapy is a deep pelvic organ visceral manipulation done via the abdomen. Deep manipulation provides better organ mobility and increased blood flow to enhance overall pelvic organ function. In today's episode we talk about the incredible benefits of this powerful abdominal therapy modality, and its implications for women's health. Today's episode is sponsored by the Fertility Awareness Mastery Online Self-Study Course. The most in-depth and comprehensive online fertility awareness self-study program available. Click here to join now! Topics discussed in today's episode: What is Mercier Therapy Who are the ideal candidates for Mercier Therapy What led Dr. Mercier to her abdominal therapy career The importance of abdominal therapy before, during and after pregnancy The importance of abdominal therapy increasing mobility and blood flow How abdominal therapy can better connect you with that area of your body The effectiveness rates with Mercier Therapy Connect with Dr. Mercier: You can connect with Dr. Mercier on her Facebook and on her website. Resources mentioned: Dr. Jennifer Mercier | Website Mercier Therapy Professional Training Website Fertility: The Shared Journey with Mercier Therapy The Fifth Vital Sign: Master Your Cycles & Optimize Your Fertility (Book) | Lisa Hendrickson-Jack Fertility Awareness Mastery Charting Workbook Fertility Awareness Mastery Online Self-Study Program Related podcasts & blog posts: FFP 248 | Abdominal Therapy for Fertility, Conception, and Emotional Healing | Andrea Thompson FFP 201 | Pelvic Floor Alchemy | Isa Herrera FFP 101 | Pelvic Pain and Inflammation | Functional Nutrition | Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy | Jessica Drummond FFP 030 | Alignment and Movement for Fertility | Merciér Therapy | Marie Wittman Join the community! Follow Fertility Friday on Instagram! Subscribe to the Fertility Friday Podcast in Apple Podcasts! Music Credit: Intro/Outro music Produced by J-Gantic A Special Thank You to Our Show Sponsors: Fertility Friday | Fertility Awareness Programs This episode is sponsored by my Fertility Awareness Programs! Master Fertility Awareness and take a deep dive into your cycles and how they relate to your overall health! Click here to apply now! Fertility Awareness Mastery Mentorship Program (FAMM) This episode is sponsored by FAMM! Are you a women's health practitioner looking for a solid way to incorporate comprehensive fertility awareness chart analysis into your practice? If yes, FAMM is the program you've been waiting for. Click here to apply now!