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"Breathing in, I calm body and mind. Breathing out, I smile. Dwelling in the present moment I know this is the only moment." - Thich Nhat Hanh“This love and life are not different. This love and God are not different. This love and consciousness are not different. This love and the Absolute are not different.”— Mooji, White Fire: Spiritual Insights and Teachings of Advaita Zen Master "Yeeahhhhh" - Oprah Open-mouth smile, and while inaudibly mouth breathing, notice the current of Love you can feel within on your next, gentle exhale. Even when you stop smiling you can stay with this current... you can keep some attention on and AS this Love. Use this practice to help you instantly shift back into your Truth, to give you permission to stay on your Throne, to stay in genuine gratitude, no matter what. Happy Thanksgiving! I Love you, Niknikki@curlynikki.com
We've all got problems from time to time...But, do your problems solve themselves?!This week we talk about that state of mind where everything looks problematic, contrasted with the grace and ease state where things work themselves out.The fact is that problems always look bigger when they are in focus.In the right time, problems often disappear miraculously! If not entirely, we gain access to the solution needed.Join the conversation live on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/alterhealthFor more, deep conversations on the topics of Mind, Thought, and Consciousness come on into Peace on Earth: https://alter.health/peace-on-earthSome highlights from today's WW episode...- Dwelling on issues doesn't help issues go anywhere- Most problems only appear as such due to our state of mind in a moment- In hindsight, many problems miraculously solve themselves- Creative solutions strike in an open and quiet state of mind- It is OK to feel at a loss or overwhelmedLinks to some more good stuff- Join weekly Peace on Earth conversations: https://www.alter.health/peace-on-earth- Join Alter Health on Locals: https://alterhealth.locals.com- Stay connected on Telegram: https://t.me/alterhealth- Cleanse with Us during the next Alter Health Cleanse: https://www.alter.health/cleanse- Work with us in the Thrive on Plants program: https://www.alter.health/thrive-on-plants- ATTN Health Practitioners! Learn more and apply to the Plant Based Mind Body Practitioner Program: https://www.alter.health/pbmb-practitionerPeace and Love.
In this episode, we speak with Atit Jariwala – Founder & CEO of Bridgeton a real estate company specializing in boutique hospitality investment, development, and operations. Bridgeton is dedicated to innovation in hospitality through expressive design, uncommon experiences, and exceptional service. During our chat, we'll discover the secret to Atit's success, the challenges he's overcome along the way, and how he and his team create an incredible experience at each of their properties.
Wildflower, get your pen and paper ready for this Exmormonology Episode. My intention for you is to get your brain working for you instead of against you and to make this happen you will need to be an active participant in your life and in your healing. It is easy to be a consumer of information, but to make small AND big changes in your life you need to prime your brain. So, let's walk towards dream land and start creating what you want your life to be like. Okay?! yay! Let's go!
Christ is to dwell in our hearts through faith, declares Paul in Ephesians 3:17. But this is not a call for salvation but for Christ to be central and preeminent in our lives. In this stirring expositional message, Nathan Johnson unpacks three things that Christ dwelling in our hearts does NOT mean, in order to help us understand what it does. --------------------- Deeper Christian Bible Study in Ephesians • Study 76 Download the study notes for this episode and get other Christ-centered teaching and resources at: https://deeperchristian.com/ephesians-study-076/ (deeperchristian.com/ephesians-study-076/) Support this podcast
In this episode I talk with author of the spiritual self-care blog Dwell In Magic, Jessica Dimas, about connecting to your highest self, manifesting and how to dwell in the magic. Jessica shares her story about how she visualized what she wanted, owned her power, and went from using food stamps to running a successful blog. Listen to discover: How to connect with your highest self for answers through dreams How to shift the narrative inside your head so that you can tune into better feeling thoughts How to manifest even if you're too attached to your desire because you really, really, reallllyyy want it How your joy is more powerful than you think [7:44-8:55] Starting a successful blog Dwell In Magic Jessica shares her story of going from being a stressed out mom to learning about self care Eventually this is the path that led her to begin the Dwell In Magic blog. [10:58-11:20] What was the shift in your life that changed that perspective? Hitting financial rock bottom helped Jessica realize the negative thought patterns that she had. Jessica shares what shifted when she decided that the old thoughts just weren't working [14:37-15:15] What did you change so that you could start changing the narrative inside your head? Changing thoughts and embracing gratitude [21:02-21:25] Connecting with your higher self through dreams How to get answers from your higher self while sleeping Jessica's personal practice [37:08-38:10] Signs of spiritual awakening What Jessica's spiritual awakenings looked like Signs that often indicate a spiritual awakening [47:58-48:27] The biggest lesson that you've learned along the way Surrender and trust no matter the situation works all the time. Hand it over to your highest self and trust that everything will unfold for everyone's highest good. Journaling can help but even just a simple acknowledgement works. [47:58-48:27] A nugget of wisdom for fellow seekers who are also on this journey of growth and transformation Trust yourself, trust what you feel. Don't feel like others have it all figured out b/c they don't. They also get their answers from their higher selves. What you desire to learn about is also the direction that you're meant to go in. Resources Mentioned: This episode is brought to you by Offering Tree. If you're looking for an all-in-one business platform to put your wellness brand online, use my link to get a special discount offeringtree.com/curious Speakers Mentioned: Abraham Hicks Book recommendation: Infinite Possibilities by Mike Dooley Book recommendation: A Course In Miracles Connect with Jessica: Visit Jessica's blog: Dwell In Magic Let's get connected! You can find me on Instagram @curiousmonki. Visit my website https://www.veronicathai.com Join the Curious Monki Newsletter to Receive more inspiration and exclusive resources https://www.subscribepage.com/cmnewsletter LEAVE A REVIEW + and SHARE this episode with someone you know who wants inspiration to pursue their purpose, and is passionate about the exploration of yoga and self-healing. You can listen to the Curious Monki Podcast on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.
Intro Banter - This is the (mostly) unscripted intro to the show! We catch up, play games, talk about games that perhaps did not make the main show, and just gab, Welcome! First Impressions – We talk about the first time with a title, from the acquisition to the first look, to the first play and deliver thoughts in writing and on the show. This time: Great Western Trail (Second Edition) By Alexander Pfister Published by Eggertspiele Released in 2021 A Few of my Favorite Things - Each Host takes a random title from their collection and covers it at length! Alex: Eclipse: Second Dawn for the Galaxy By Touko Tahkokallio Published by Matagot Released in 2020 Dwellings of eldervale By Luke Laurie Published By Breaking Games Released in 2020 Larry: Dinosaur Island: Rawr and Write By Brian Lewis, David McGregor, Marissa Misura Published by Pandasaurus Games Released in 2021 That Time of The Year- Games themed for a certain time of the year! Food Based Games! Alex: Games about running a food establishment: Food Chain Magnate By Jeroen Doumen, Joris Wiersinga Published By Splotter Spellen Released in 2015 Foodies By Ken Gruhl, Marco Portugal Published By CMON Global Limited Released in 2019 Quick Card Games: Food Fight By Matt Hyra Published By Cryptozoic Entertainment Released in 2011 Point Salad By Molly Johnson, Robert Melvin, Shawn Stankewich Published By Alderac Entertainment Group Released in 2019 Wine: Vinhos By Vital Lacerda Published By What's Your Game? Released in 2010 Viticulture By Jamey Stegmaier, Alan Stone Published By Stonemaier Games Released in 2013 Larry: Agricola By Uwe Rosenberg Published by Z-Man Games Released in 2007 Cinque Terre By Chris Handy (I) Published by Rio Grande Games Released in 2013 Herbaceous By Eduardo Baraf, Steve Finn Published by Pencil First Games, LLC Released in 2017 Special Thank you to our sponsor: VanRyder Games Links: Podstudio1 BGG Gamepoint Infinite Dreams Gaming Music: As always from the amazing community of gifted musicians, arrangers, and composers over at ocremix.org go visit and support them for the full project and so much more amazing music! Outro : De Nuit / by mv feat. Jeff Ball Original Track - The Phantom Forest Album - Final Fantasy VI: Balance and Ruin Project Page - Final Fantasy VI: Balance and Ruin | OC ReMix Content Group - Final Fantasy VI Original Copyright - Square Enix Original Composers - Nobuo Uematsu Commercial: Sparkle / by Joshua Morse Original Song: Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia - Emerald Mist From The Album - Castlevania: Sonata of the Damned Project Page - http://sotd.ocremix.org - Castlevania: Sonata of the Damned Original Composer - Yasuhiro Ichihashi
In the midst of so much pain, Naomi (Mara) receives a ray of hope. Dwelling in a foreign land, she learns that the famine that had affected Israel has passed, and she decides to return home. But this return to her home country is dramatic: she returns alone since both her husband and her two sons have died in a pagan land and she no longer has anything that makes her look confidently to the future (she has no offspring). Her two daughters-in-law decide to go with her, but Naomi asks them to go back to their families and try to rebuild their lives there. One of them, crying, says goodbye to Naomi and returns to her family. What about Ruth, the other daughter-in-law of this heartbroken woman? Here we will see her reaction to the words of her mother-in-law. It is a great story of love and dedication.
Kevin Erskine from the 1 Player Guild on BGG has compiled, for the 8th straight year, Top 200 People's Choice Solo Games for 2021. In this episode, we discuss debuts, trends, and noteworthy games from 200-101. The List: https://boardgamegeek.com/geeklist/291071/2021-peoples-choice-top-200-solo-games-200-101 Joining Kevin, Liz Davidson from Beyond Solitaire, and Jason on the panel: Mark Dainty from Not Bored Gaming - Youtube.com/notboredgaming Luke Hector from the Broken Meeple - youtube.com/thebrokenmeeple ----- 0:00 Intro 13:02 Atlantic Chase 14:58 Etherfields 19:01 Pandemic: The Cure 20:23 Conflict of Heroes: Awakening the Bear 23:12 Red Rising 23:41 Bloodborne: The Board Game 27:21 Altar Quest 30:58 Lewis and Clark 31:45 Gallerist and On Mars 35:08 Paleo 36:38 Enemy Action: Ardennes 39:29 Veilwraith 41:46 Pavlov's House 43:27 Flash Point: Fire Rescue 45:02 7 Wonders Duel 47:07 Thunderbolt: Apache Leader 48:47 Games falling out of Top 100 49:56 Trickerion 50:49 Dwellings of Eldervale 52:44 Gears of War 53:30 The Search for Planet X 56:29 SpaceCorp 58:21 Unbroken ---- Shelf Stories YouTube (with video of this recording) - www.youtube.com/shelfstories __________________________________ YouTube - www.youtube.com/onestopcoopshop www.youtube.com/channel/UCPCIkULbgzMEW612cSdUX7Q Discord - discord.gg/p4jX8AF Facebook - www.facebook.com/onestopcoopshop Donate to One Stop Co-op Shop - www.patreon.com/onestop Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
We understand that weeds will overrun and choke out our lawns, flower beds, and gardens if we don't pull them up. So why do we allow negative thoughts to remain in our' mind gardens' and freely encourage them, thinking they won't be harmful to us? In this episode, I will be discussing the Norman Vincent Peale quote, "Dwelling on negative thoughts is like fertilizing weeds."
If you've ever hiked some of Idaho's tallest peaks, you may have been lucky enough to glimpse a pika scurrying around underfoot. But as climate change affect the Northern Rockies in ways humans can notice, the pika is one species that is beginning to die out.
As we begin this journey through the first letter to the Corinthian church, we see Paul approaching this church with love rather than pointed fingers. Eventually he will address their struggles, inward fighting, and sinful lifestyles but something to take note of is how he is calling out what's within them, and how God sees them. Like Christ does with us, he sees past our sin and guilt, and brings us out of where we are found. We too, have a calling to speak the future into the present, based upon your confidence in the gospel of Jesus Christ and His commitment to confirm the works of His hand. May we grow in confidence of this calling and see the confirming work of His hand.
Welcome to the first episode of The Longest Turn Board Gaming Podcast! In this episode Kevin, Tyson and Tyler discuss a ton of great games and other board game related topics. We start off the episode talking about what we've been playing including Cockroach Poker, Cryptid, Teotihuacan: City of Gods, Lost Ruins of Arnak, and Dune: Imperium. We then jump into our feature review of Ankh: Gods of Egypt. Following the feature review we give our top 5 area control games. Does Ankh make it into our lists? Listen to find out! We end the episode discussing a few things we're excited about that are upcoming in the board gaming world. Time Stamps: What we've been playing - 00:01:15 Ankh: Gods of Egypt - 00:41:40 (Rules) 00:48:05 (Review) Top 5 area control games - 01:37:27 What we're excited about - 02:15:00 What we've been playing: Cockroach Poker Cryptid Teotihuacan: City of Gods Lost Ruins of Arnak Dune: Imperium Ankh God of Egypt review: Ankh: Gods of Egypt is an area control game designed by Eric Lang and produced by Cool Mini or Not. It's the 3rd game in a trilogy of area control games designed by Eric Lang. In Ankh, you control an Egyptian god who is competing for the devotion of your followers. You'll summon monsters, build caravans and convert followers in your quest to reign supreme! Top 5 area control games: Kevin #5 Blood Rage #4 Hansa Teutonica #3 Memoir 44 #2 Scythe #1 Ankh Tyler #5 Scythe #4 Root #3 Dwellings of Eldervale #2 Ankh #1 Star War Rebellion Tyson #5 Ethnos #4 Spirit Island #3 Cry Havoc #2 Ankh #1 Blood Rage What we're excited about Unfathomable Tekhenu: Time of Seth Dune Imperium: Rise of Ix Lost Ruins of Arnak: Expedition Leaders Unconscious Mind November board game weekend and Tyler finally getting his copy of Ankh!
Tune in this week as we discuss Accessory Dwelling Units. We speak to Robinson Markus, Worker-Owner at Evanston Development Center, and Chris Lee, Design and Development at Backyard ADUs. Click here for Insights from this week's episode. *Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. It means a great deal to the show and it will make it easier for potential listeners to find us.* Thanks! Search #NCHV on social media to find us and email us here at email@example.com.
To call the hundred years that straddle the nineteenth- and twentieth-centuries as a radical period of change for China is an understatement, moving from the Imperial period, through the Republican era, and ending in the rise of the PRC. Dr. Elizabeth LaCouture's Dwelling in the World: Family, House, and Home in Tianjin, China, 1860–1960, published by Columbia University Pres explores this history by looking at Tianjin: a city divided into nine foreign concessions, and perhaps, at the time, the world's most cosmopolitan—and colonized—cities. With a focus on family and the home, Dr. Lacouture explores the interplay between these massive political changes and the lives of ordinary people. In this interview, Dr LaCouture.and I talk about Tianjin, changing Chinese politics, and how that affected views of gender, the family, and the home. We also investigate the thorny distinction between modernization and Westernization. Dr. Elizabeth LaCouture is the founding director of the Gender Studies Program at the University of Hong Kong, where she is an assistant professor of gender studies and history. You can find more reviews, excerpts, interviews, and essays at The Asian Review of Books, including its review of Dwelling in the World. Follow on Facebook or on Twitter at @BookReviewsAsia. Nicholas Gordon is an associate editor for a global magazine, and a reviewer for the Asian Review of Books. He can be found on Twitter at @nickrigordon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/east-asian-studies
To call the hundred years that straddle the nineteenth- and twentieth-centuries as a radical period of change for China is an understatement, moving from the Imperial period, through the Republican era, and ending in the rise of the PRC. Dr. Elizabeth LaCouture's Dwelling in the World: Family, House, and Home in Tianjin, China, 1860–1960, published by Columbia University Pres explores this history by looking at Tianjin: a city divided into nine foreign concessions, and perhaps, at the time, the world's most cosmopolitan—and colonized—cities. With a focus on family and the home, Dr. Lacouture explores the interplay between these massive political changes and the lives of ordinary people. In this interview, Dr LaCouture.and I talk about Tianjin, changing Chinese politics, and how that affected views of gender, the family, and the home. We also investigate the thorny distinction between modernization and Westernization. Dr. Elizabeth LaCouture is the founding director of the Gender Studies Program at the University of Hong Kong, where she is an assistant professor of gender studies and history. You can find more reviews, excerpts, interviews, and essays at The Asian Review of Books, including its review of Dwelling in the World. Follow on Facebook or on Twitter at @BookReviewsAsia. Nicholas Gordon is an associate editor for a global magazine, and a reviewer for the Asian Review of Books. He can be found on Twitter at @nickrigordon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
To call the hundred years that straddle the nineteenth- and twentieth-centuries as a radical period of change for China is an understatement, moving from the Imperial period, through the Republican era, and ending in the rise of the PRC. Dr. Elizabeth LaCouture's Dwelling in the World: Family, House, and Home in Tianjin, China, 1860–1960, published by Columbia University Pres explores this history by looking at Tianjin: a city divided into nine foreign concessions, and perhaps, at the time, the world's most cosmopolitan—and colonized—cities. With a focus on family and the home, Dr. Lacouture explores the interplay between these massive political changes and the lives of ordinary people. In this interview, Dr LaCouture.and I talk about Tianjin, changing Chinese politics, and how that affected views of gender, the family, and the home. We also investigate the thorny distinction between modernization and Westernization. Dr. Elizabeth LaCouture is the founding director of the Gender Studies Program at the University of Hong Kong, where she is an assistant professor of gender studies and history. You can find more reviews, excerpts, interviews, and essays at The Asian Review of Books, including its review of Dwelling in the World. Follow on Facebook or on Twitter at @BookReviewsAsia. Nicholas Gordon is an associate editor for a global magazine, and a reviewer for the Asian Review of Books. He can be found on Twitter at @nickrigordon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history
You're going to dwell on something, why not dwell on the Word of God? That's the sentiment of this week's guests, Vera Schmitz and Natalie Abbott. They are the co-founders of Dwell Differently, a company geared towards helping you ensure that God's Word is a part of everything you do because you take it everywhere you go. Through visually striking temporary tattoos, keychains, bracelets, posters, and more they are making sure that you can focus on the thing that might actually change your life. In this episode, hear them share with Jeremy their vision for seeing scripture become part of the fabric of people's lives because of the absolute life-changing experiences they each have had with it. Check out Dwell Differently and get the tattoos sent to you: https://dwelldifferently.com/ Follow Dwell Differently on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dwelldifferently/ Follow ATAP on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/allthings.allpeople/ Reach out to Jeremy & ATAP: Jeremy@allthingsallpeople.org
How should we feeling about moving?On October 3rd, 2021, Illumine moved ministry centers. We began worship at the facility we've rented for 7 years, and then we drove a few miles away and finished worship at the new ministry center we closed on last week. So how should we feel about that? Psalm 84 & 1 Corinthians 3 shed some light.Texts: Psalm 84:1-2 & 1 Corinthians 3:16-17Date: October 3rd, 2021
The most successful people are also the most purposeful. They create a vision for the future and take steps to get a little better every day. They take the time to ask: Is my life working for me? If not, how would I like it to look different? David Osborn is the principal owner of the sixth largest real estate company in the US with 4,500-plus agents and $11B in annual sales. David also runs a real estate investing private equity firm and operates 35 other profitable real estate related businesses in the US and Canada. He is well-known for being one of the cofounders of GoBundance, a community of healthy, wealthy, generous men who choose to lead EPIC lives. On this episode of Financial Freedom with Real Estate Investing, David joins cohost Garrett Lynch and me to explain his tagline, ‘Who you become on your journey is far more important than what you achieve.' He offers insight on the value of connecting with the right people and growing into the best version of yourself. Listen in to understand why David's definition of wealth involves more than just money and find out how the most successful people get clear on where they're going and walk in purpose. Key Takeaways How David became a real estate investor Got start as agent, opened KW franchises in TX, NM All-in on investing in 2011 but ran out of own capital Mission to meet wealthy people and raise money Establish fund to invest in single family rentals What investments David is bullish on right now Dwelling spaces and rentals (single and multifamily) Real estate in Sunbelt states with fewer regulations Why who you become is more important than what you achieve Controlling every decision makes you the bottleneck Leadership means delegating trust (world gets bigger) External world = reflection of who you are as human The areas of his life David is working on right now More present with wife and children Working with coach on conscious leadership Meditate on regular basis Health including workouts Learning (40 books/year and podcasts) How David thinks about finding work-life balance Worked 12-hour days to achieve financial freedom Work smarter now, better relationships at home David's well-rounded definition of wealth More than just money and financial freedom Being good human, finding ways to contribute Having adventures and being well-learned Why it's crucial to surround yourself with the right people Genius of humans = sharing and connectivity Find peers who push and inspire you to get better The GoBundance origin story Accountability partners with Pat Hiban, Tim Rhode Invite others to join in bucket-list adventures Growth comes from authenticity and transparency David's top lessons learned as an entrepreneur Know where you're going (purposeful vision for life) Invest in marriage and make time for kids Connect with David Osborn David's Website David on Instagram GoBundance Resources Be a Part of Michael's Deal Maker Mastermind Join the Nighthawk Equity Investor Club Entrepreneurs' Organization TIGER 21 Conscious Loving: The Journey to Co-Commitment by Gay & Kathlyn Hendricks The 15 Commitments of Conscious Leadership: A New Paradigm for Sustainable Success by Jim Dethmer, Diana Chapman & Kaley Klemp The Almanack of Naval Ravikant: A Guide to Wealth and Happiness by Eric Jorgenson Huberman Lab Podcast Wealth Can't Wait: Avoid the 7 Wealth Traps, Implement the 7 Business Pillars, and Complete a Life Audit Today! by David Osborn & Paul Morris Diego Corzo The Family Board Meeting: You Have 18 Summers to Create Lasting Connection with Your Children by Jim Sheils Lifespan: Why We Age—and Why We Don't Have To by David A. Sinclair Black Belt of the Mind by Fred Grosse Pat Hiban Tim Rhode Scott Harrison of Charity Water Gary Keller The Miracle Morning: The Not-So-Obvious Secret Guaranteed to Transform Your Life (Before 8AM) by Hal Elrod Richard Branson Tribe of Millionaires: What If One Choice Could Change Everything? by David Osborn & Pat Hiban Michael's Website Michael on Facebook Michael on Instagram Michael on YouTube Apartment Investor Network Facebook Group Podcast Show Notes
In this episode of Saltwater Aquarium Radio I talk about PH in a Reef Tank and some of the solves to maintaining proper PH levels. I also cover my top Top Half dwelling saltwater fish [...] The post Saltwater Aquarium Radio Podcast 147: Top Half Dwelling Saltwater Fish appeared first on Saltwater Aquarium Radio.