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Los Toros
Los Toros | La política en los toros

Los Toros

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 82:11


Mientras aquí se conocen los detalles del próximo pliego de Las Ventas que saldrá a concurso después de San Isidro, en América intentan celebrar el mayor número posible de festejos que permiten todas las trabas políticas que interponen allí a la Fiesta. Entrevistas con Miguel Abellán, José Antonio Chopera, José Antonio Campuzano, Lalo de María, Florito, el ganadero de Guachicono y un protagonista muy especial, Marco Pérez, la joven promesa de la que habla todo el toreo y al que también da gusto escuchar junto a su apoderado Juan Bautista. Además de todo el equipo de ambos lados del océano para traeros toda la actualidad del invierno en el ruedo inmenso de la Cadena SER.

Congregation of the Living Word, a Messianic Jewish Congregation
The God of Glory:   Part 5. The King of Glory and Chanukah - English and Spanish.

Congregation of the Living Word, a Messianic Jewish Congregation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 25:02


The God of Glory:   Part 5. The King of Glory and Chanukah - English and Spanish.  How does the Festival of Chanukah reveal God's glory?  There are several ways. Recorded Shabbat  November 27, 2021 El Dios de la Gloria:   Parte 5. El Rey de la Gloria y Janucá - Inglés y Español.  ¿Cómo revela la Fiesta de Janucá la gloria de Dios?  Hay varias maneras. Grabado en Shabat el 27 de noviembre de 2021

Luis Palau Responde
Fiesta y vicio

Luis Palau Responde

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 4:31


Programa Fiesta y vicio de Luis Palau Responde

The Mutual Audio Network
Casebook of Justice and Dixon 02 The Case of Murder in the Fiesta Lounge pt 2 of 2(112521)

The Mutual Audio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 17:20


The task of protecting Michael Patrick Mulligan O'Day has become much simpler since he was murdered. Can things get much worse? Yes, yes they can. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

MORANmente incorrectos.
Ricardo y Mariana hacen shots

MORANmente incorrectos.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 32:32


Mariana y Ricardo hacen juego de shots alcohólicos con preguntas sexuales y vomitivas consecuencias. También rajamos del gobierno. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/moranmenteincorrectos)

America's Work Force Union Podcast
Jeff Stoffer (The American Legion) / Rich Fiesta (Alliance for Retired Americans)

America's Work Force Union Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 54:40


American Legion Media and Communications Director Jeff Stoffer was the first guest on today's episode of the AWF Union Podcast. He highlighted some of the featured stories in the December edition of the American Legion Magazine, including stories about public healthcare systems and the attack on Pearl Harbor. Alliance for Retired Americans Executive Director Rich Fiesta was also featured on today's episode. He spoke about the potential passing of the Build Back Better reconciliation bill, and how it would benefit the healthcare sector and fighting back against efforts to privatize Medicare.

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
#1499 Masks Are Super Important... Here's Some Fiesta Mix

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 36:52


Today- Adam and Drew talk about international travel during these crazy COVID times. The guys then talk about vaccination mandates in Los Angeles, and the announcement that LA may continue face masks policies through 2023. From there, the guys take a call about our elderly leaders making short-sighted decisions, and Adam wonders where all the data is going. As the show wraps up, the guys take one more call about high levels of 'estrone serum' in men. Please support our sponsors: TommyJohn.com/ADS GetRoman.com/ADS BlindsGalore.com, tell them we sent you Lifelock.com, promo code ADAM

The Mutual Audio Network
Casebook of Justice and Dixon 02 The Case of Murder in the Fiesta Lounge pt 1 of 2(111821)

The Mutual Audio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 14:18


A new Justice and Dixon story, read by Andrea Lyons and written by Gregg Taylor "From the moment I laid eyes on Michael Patrick Mulligan O'Day, I knew that I would shoot him. It was just a question of where, when and how many times. Perhaps that is a tad glib. I apologize for that. You may say that the only shot worth taking is center-mass, and you wouldn't be wrong. It is the high-percentage shot, the one least likely to afford your target a chance to take a shot of their own; Miss Dixon understands all of that, my dear ones, really she does...." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Froggy Stories
Guest Host: The Squirrel Fiesta

Froggy Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 8:21


A fun guest host brings us the wacky story of some backyard squirrels! Enjoy!

Aaron Scene's After Party
New Coochie Smell feat. @scfi.a & @nahtalya

Aaron Scene's After Party

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 59:45


Thank you for 26k streams! On this episode we feature these two up & coming Cinci queens! We talk it up about some wild times on Cinci Street, Dark Horse Days and Sofie lets us in on her little secret. Plus Nahtalya tells about her special talents and her ex boyfriends. We also got Louie of MadHouse and @ badgirlindsey on the show to chime in. Stream the entire video on my Onlyfans and follow me on social @ AaronScene!

Jessup Think
The Wisdom of Your Body

Jessup Think

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 31:30


Psychologist and award winning researcher Hillary McBride explores the broken and unhealthy ideas we have inherited about our bodies in her new book The Wisdom of Your Body: Finding Healing, Wholeness, and Connection through Embodied Living. TRANSCRIPT 0:01 Everyone welcome to Jessup think I'm your host Mark Moore, and your co host Rex. Rex on the show today, we have Hilary McBride. She's a psychologist and an award winning researcher. And she's going to explore the broken and unhealthy ideas we've inherited about our bodies in her new book, The wisdom of your body, finding healing, wholeness, and connection through embodied living. And even though in our podcast, I guess we are disembodied voices, I think we're going to learn that embodiment is a very, very important part of our spirituality, so important in so important to our life in the world, and our life with God, I really hope you enjoy the show, I 0:49 want to start by saying thank you so much for joining us on the show, and really excited to talk about your book. And a main thread that that kind of connects your book is this idea of embodiment. And so I'd love to just start there, and have you kind of tell our listeners what, what is embodiment? And how does that kind of connect the themes of your book. Yeah, that's a great place to start, because the word embodiment is thrown out so much these days. And yet having it clearly defined as something that I find doesn't happen as often as it's used. So I think a great as it again, as an academic, I love starting with defining the terms. 1:29 We most of us hear the word embodiment when we think about someone living up their values. So somehow the things that matter up here are kind of up in their head or in flashed and the way that they move through space and time how they are with people how they occupy space. But the the way that I'm using embodiment, and the principle that moves through, like you said, that weaves together, the book is just a little different than that. It's, it's about the felt experience of being a body. So not just being a mind that is carried around by a body, which is how most of us think about ourselves in a western context, particularly those of us who have advanced education and whatnot, there is this kind of over identification, over identification with the mind or our cerebra reality. So embodiment is our way of, of acknowledging that we are also a body, in fact, maybe we're even more a body, but that way of being in space is not something that we think of as ourself. So embodiment, is both the felt and lived experience of being a body engaging with the world, right? We our bodies, in social contexts, but also the the redistribution of identity to be able to say my body is, is not something just that I have a thing. But there is something in my body that actually is me that makes up who I am. And we can start to get into the weeds a little bit with that if, if you'd like naturally there, is there some pushback that people give, when we say like, well, I am my body, because we've spent most of our lives in a western context, trying to subdue the body, to conquer the body to have mind over matter. So people don't like that so much. 3:16 Right, right. Yeah, this is this is where we're all about getting in the weeds. 3:22 Because that's when that is important. I mean, I think is an interesting place to understand the the idea of getting away from a kind of mind body dualism, to an understanding of I am my body. And I work with students. And sometimes when I say that to students, I can see them kind of squirming like, wait, I'm not. What does it mean to identify with my body or to to say the phrase, I am my body. And there's this, this push back. And I think, maybe a pushback of, of connecting identity with embodiment. We could say we identify, maybe when the church do we identify with our soul, you know, we get preached, this is who you are. And so it's hard for us to connect those two. But it but it seems so vitally important, because we are our bodies more than have a body and I like how you make that distinction in the book. Yeah, one of the first things I actually thought when I was just skimming, the first couple of chapters of the book was, 4:34 you know, the fact that at least the theological tradition that I come from the church denominational tradition that I come from, has never really sort of chucked off the specter of Gnosticism and there's this, this mind body thing and so you know, mind or spirit or flesh or it's all super platonic, is somehow more real and and there's just something about our bodies that is, is less than 5:00 And so we get uncomfortable when we start talking about things like embodiment or or actually that being, you know, a constituent part of our identity, foreign part of our identity. Yeah. I think we've been told explicitly, you're not your body and you shouldn't be your body because your body is bad. I mean, how many different ways can we have it said, I have an infinite number. Apparently, because I have so many different seasons of my life, I've been told your body is sinful, your flesh is bad, you need to conquer the flesh in order to achieve said directly like this or not, like achieve some sort of superior spirituality, or you're not tied down by the limits of the constraints of being a body. So there's that side of it, where we're actually explicitly told specifically in faith contexts, this is this is a barrier to your holiness. This is a barrier to your evolution as a spiritual being. And then there's the other branch of it, which is for people whose bodies have been 6:03 the place of profound suffering for people whose bodies have 6:10 been marginalized, oppressed, objectified, made to be unsafe, saying I am not my body has been a survival strategy, it has been the most powerful way to say I can escape into the furthest reaches of my mind where nobody can have. 6:29 Exactly yeah, so we see both sides of it right to say I am my body makes us squirm, because it in some ways, it goes against so much of what our faith tradition has taught us, but also, it might actually feel threatening to some people because it causes them to then again, identify with the place where their pain has been. So I see the complexity of saying this, and I want to nod to all of the bodies that have been feeling the lived realities of the traumas of what we do to bodies, and have tried to escape that as a way to survive. 7:07 Yeah, it's important, it seems like many theologians, particularly black theologians, have been recognizing that in several decades leading up of understanding the role of the body and faith in the role of the body in our experience. And And interestingly, in maybe Oh, kind of white Eurocentric theology, there's this there's this underlying thing of, hey, our maybe our bodies are supreme, and so we we have to then disregard disregard the flesh, disregard the body, but it's, it's completely approached in a different way, culturally. And, and we learn that in the church. And I think that's yeah, it makes us struggle with recognizing our body and identifying with our body, right? 8:03 And maybe help us walk through that, to in what ways are maybe how are we our body? How can we how can we understand identity and body better? Well, I like to go back to when we think about nature and nurture, and how, of course, we now know that it is always both, that we show up in this world as a body that is the first place that we experience the world through, we think about I've got a three month old daughter, and I'm watching her, put everything in her mouth starting to do that, right so that the body being the locus of the self experience, it is the place in the playground of existence. And we know that from the beginning, everything that we encounter through the world we encounter through our body. And it is over time that we slowly start to lose that or for some people, if there's a really significant trauma, maybe leaving the body happens sooner. But we know we're all born knowing from from the if that's really it. This is our birthright, our mother tongue to speak language of our body. That is how we interact with the world. And we get feedback from social contexts about what that's like the color of our body, the way we move our body, the size of our body, the level of ability of our body. And that shapes the narratives that we have about ourself. We call this Interpersonal Neurobiology in the field that I'm in but the idea that our interactions with other people shape our felt experience of ourselves inside. And so the construct of individualism starts to really, really dissolve when we look at what's going on in our brain body systems in social contexts. But we have this narrative that we carry around inside of ourselves that is really the the conglomerate of all of the stories that have been projected back to us about how we show up in space. And as much as I might at this point, be able to identify myself by my name or by 10:00 My written work or by the sound of my voice, there is no question that people who know me will see me walking in the door, my friends, my family, my colleagues, whatnot, will see my face will see the way that I walk as they walk in the door and know that it's me. So we in our kind of modern world can have these forays into this embodiment in a way that seems to be well supported on social media. And like I was saying in the written word, but the truth is, you are known by how your body moves through space. And assumptions are made about you based on how you move again, your size, your shape, your level of ability, the color of your skin, and your gender identity and how you share and express your affection with other bodies. assumptions are made about you, and and those shape, what it feels like to be you in the world. So we have kind of the projection on our body that shapes identity, and how much we identify or not with those projections. And then we also have the felt and lived experience from the inside out of being being in flashed. So I know it sounds simple, but all of our senses are the way that we interact with the world and our senses are bodily, they're not intellectual, they're felt from the ground up the bottom up, and they move up to shape our cognition. So and this will be kind of the last point I say, On this note, we in psychology have a long tradition of over identifying with cognition as the seat of the self. But we know based on how the structure of the brain is created, that actually, emotion and interoceptive cues, these things that come again, from the ground up, are what shapes so much of our cognition. So although we think of ourselves as thinkers, the thinking is really the dumping ground of the felt and lived experience on a sensory and affective level. 11:57 And there's this sort of symbiotic relationship, I've always felt between, you know, the mind and the body anyway, when whenever I'm feeling anxious, and this has happened almost all my life, in fact, I was going to try to get some free therapy here on the podcast, but yeah, it literally has happened all my life, and I get anxious, even if even if I can't identify the source of the anxiety. It could be just global, it could be whatever, right? I'll, I'll feel it in part of my body. And in, I almost can't help that. And it's, 12:31 and it's interesting. So when I go through a day where I'm not anxious, or I'm distracted in another way, so I'm not, you know, thinking about whatever the source of my anxiety is, and suddenly the pain, the aches, the whatever, that's localized in a part of my body, I call it picking on myself, I've done that sort of forever, just sort of goes away. And then I'm kind of shocked. It's like, well, that's not hurting, right? 12:54 Because there's actually not anything, I don't know physically wrong there. But there's this connection. Yeah. And I, it's, it's wild, isn't it like this is the one that will blow my mind, probably till the day that I die. We experience proprioceptive memory. So based on the position of our spine, and our the movements of our limbs and how we are relative to the ground into gravity, we can store and remember memories without ever moving up into our cognitive awareness. So we can encounter things posture, really, that remind us of traumatic, scary enjoy, or enjoyable events. And then we can have the emotional response that correlates to those experiences without us ever actually knowing what's going on up here. So our bodies can be sensitized to not just posture, but environments, sensory cues, like smell smell, goes, instead of it being processed through a few different loops before it goes to the motion center of the brain and actually goes directly there. There's a direct connection between olfactory bulb and the amygdala response response. So what that means is, without us ever thinking about it, we can be noticing and remembering things and our body can be reacting to protect us to keep us safe. And we have no idea what the cue is. So this is the this is something that happens often for people when they come into therapy. 14:18 I'm having a reaction I don't know why, without us ever realizing their body on some levels connecting to what's going on around us is picking things up and is telling the truth about probably something that was dangerous for us in the past. But because we over identify as cognitive beings, if we don't have a narrative that we like to understand about it, we feel disoriented by our body's reactions and blame our body instead of going oh, my body is so wise and so smart. She he they are picking up something in the past that was dangerous for me and trying to protect me. 14:53 Do you think it works the other way too? Like like like, you know, like peak experiences are important things that are 15:00 You know, beneficial, I mean, I know sometimes I'll just, you know, get a whiff of something and I'm just slammed back 30 years, could it? I can't help it. It just happens. And you're just right there again, maybe thinking about something that I haven't thought about consciously or deliberately for ever. But it's just, it's almost, it's almost immediate, and is through my sense, yes, his bodily senses. It's just this immediate thing. You're so right. And that I'm so glad you mentioned that. Because I think it's really easy when we start talking about embodiment, and being in the body in the way that the body reacts. To talk about the things that are hard, the trauma, the anxiety, the panic, the pain, the illness, I mean, all of the things that go on, that make it hard to be in our bodies. But I think what you're saying is really important here, which is that our bodies are not just places that store trauma, our bodies are also places, or vibrancy and passion and sensuality, and connection and empathy and deep joy and vibrancy. And I mean, think about a laugh, like what is a laugh except your body having so much joy inside of it, that it has to expel waves of sound outwards, reverberate around to signal to your community, something awesome is going on over here. Like, it's incredible that our bodies can do this. And I mean, as you're saying that I met, I'm at my parents house right now, as I was telling you, when we started the interview, and the smell of walking into my parents house and the smell of the baking around Thanksgiving, and like all of the memories that come back with that, or you can hear a song and all of a sudden feel like you're on that first date that you were on again 20 years ago or whatever it is like our we're storing joy and pleasure just as much as we're storing pain and trauma. Yeah, yeah, definitely. For me, it is downy fabrics. Okay, when I smell there, at my grandparents house in Indiana, the door, you would go in walked right by the washing machine, the washer and dryer. So when you walk into the house, it always smelled like fabric softener. So that smell just literally takes me right back to my grandma's house, which was a place of warmth, love and safety. There's definitely a commercial for Downey sponsored this this season. Yeah, you're gonna get loads of Danny in the mail. No, I think what, what can be really cool about that, too, is when we start to think about embodiment, in in a very intentional way. When we are paying attention to the cues that our body is giving us that are associated with comfort and warmth and pleasure and ease. We can intentionally access those, by stimulating ourselves are stimulating our senses in ways that bring us back. They're so Rexy we're saying, right, okay, we've got these sensations in the body that feel overwhelming. And if we're distracted, maybe we don't notice the sensations. But we can intentionally go smell something or go listen to a song or go do something that's associated with ease as a way of telling your body Hey, actually, you're safe right now. Right? It's okay, so in my keepsake boxes, I actually have some old old bottles of cologne that I actually wore, like 40 years ago, and every once in a while, if I want to take myself back, and you got to be careful with this stuff. Right? I can just unscrew that thing. And just it's like, oh my gosh, you know, and, you know, obviously, if it's a good memory, it's a deliberate thing to try. Yes. You know, access that memory and and then of course, you know, though, the song stuff actually will tell the students sometimes it's like, you know, I understand that it's this music you would think it's just ridiculous. And actually right now, it probably is right. But you know, I will roll up my windows and put on you know, these things from from 3040 years ago, because it's a time of my life that and this of course is a you know, a sensory thing to this. Oh, yeah. And, and the hearing like the smelling just, it provides immediate access to some to some good memories and you feel yourself groove in the windows are down. Yeah. Well, my music the windows are down too much, right. 19:14 So that's what's going on when I pull up next to you leaving. 19:18 Like feeling it? Yeah. 19:21 In regards this is kind of making connection for me in regards to body image, you you made the point that oftentimes we approach negative body image with I need to change my thoughts about my body. But you, you go beyond that saying it's more it's more than just changing our thoughts and love to hear more about that. Well, if if we follow the line of thinking that I'm already presenting here, which is that thoughts are just kind of the end result of some, some interoceptive some sensory some affective experiences, then maybe what we need to do is create 20:00 ate more enjoyable, pleasurable experiences of being a body to drown out some of the thoughts. And they actually got some overwhelming evidence that my body is not just a thing that has a look. But is my being. And my being is good. And here's all the proof that I have for it. So there's two things that are happening there, structurally, one is that we are creating a whole new category of evidence for our goodness, and our goodness being not just about image, but about this felt and experiential sense of self. And two, we're kind of redirecting our attention away from those thoughts. And the interesting thing about thoughts is, the more we rehearse them, the better our brain gets it, finding evidence for them. And so instead of actually staying in thinking and staying in that kind of thinking, we're giving ourselves just something else as a way of like pinching, pinching off the life support for some of those cognitive maps that we have. And it is, it's a different way of thinking about our bodies to say that our bodies are more than just an image because actually, when I start talking about bodies, and I say you are your body, people who have struggled with their looks, really do not want to hear that. Because culturally, the way that we identify with our bodies the most is through appearance, we actually think, right, our bodies are how they appear, instead of our bodies being the field of sensation, this kind of Fiesta of their tapestry of exquisite experiential data on the inside. So, yesterday. 21:37 So I think it, it is a little disruptive for our disembodied, highly objectified and self objectifying paradigm to say we are our body, but that have actually nothing to do with image. And it just, 21:52 it is extraordinarily liberating to someone who's lived with and recovered from an eating disorder. very liberating to change the perception of 22:05 image from the outside to being a body on the inside. It means when I'm eating, for example, here's a direct application. I'm not thinking about what my eat food is doing to the outside of me. I'm thinking about how enjoyable it is. I'm thinking about the pleasure of eating and feeling the experience of noticing fullness and hunger inside. So there is indirectly in there to agency, 22:32 self compassion, attunement to self all of the things that get impaired when we are so focused on our image being the most important thing about her body. We'll be right back. 22:45 Rex, did you know that there are somewhere between 303,000 different versions of Cinderella I can honestly say I did not know that. And our theater department this fall is going to be doing Rodgers and Hammerstein classic version of Cinderella starting on Thursday, November 12, running through November 24. And tickets can be found at just.edu/shows. And the price ranges from 10 to $22. And doors are gonna open an hour before so you can get in reserve your seats and enjoy the living Christmas Village is the best show in Placer County. Welcome back to the show. What's your book you highlight and I love the title I'm I'm a sucker for good. Okay, and the wisdom of your body? I just love the the phrasing of that, that the body has wisdom to teach us 23:39 and, and love to explore what what is the wisdom that our body has to teach us? Oh, yeah. Well, I'm not gonna hide my agenda here or my kind of my assumptions are play neutral. I believe our bodies are good. And I believe our bodies are for us. And our bodies are holy and sacred. And are a, an invitation to be deeply connected to all life around us. So when we if I step back a little bit here, when we in our disembodied culture, a core of our culture that is so 24:19 you'd have wound into this narrative of the bifurcate itself, the mind body dualism, it is our bodies become the source of the problem if something is not working for us. So we scapegoat our bodies we say I can't do the thing I wanted to do. Therefore my body couldn't perform or my body got in the way or my body is attacking me or why does my body hate me or whatever the languages that we use to imply that the body is is not only separate from the staff, but it's against us. And the irony is that when we go in, and I think about this from like, a pseudo spiritual perspective, but I would say 25:00 largely a neuroscientific perspective, when we go into what's going on in the messages that our body is sending, that we often blame our bodies for. That is a result of our body, having tried to keep us safe in dangerous situations, trying to tell the truth about who we are in a context that is trying to silence us. Trying to ask to be fed, ask for movement, ask for rest, in social systems that don't want us to feed ourselves don't want us to stop buying don't want us to enjoy being at ease don't want us to connect in a slow thoughtful way with the earth and with people around us. So we're blaming our bodies, and yet our bodies are actually telling the truth, and they're calling us home, if only we knew how to interpret that and knew how to listen to it. And when we can flip our narrative and say, My body's not against me, my body is asking for a disruption in a system that doesn't work, then we can start to see the way that our body is actually directing us towards individual and collective healing. For example, emotion is part of empathy. If I cannot feel my feelings, I cannot feel with your feelings. And I do not care about your suffering, and then sustainable, interconnectedness way, if I'm not connected to my body, then I'm not going to notice that going at a pace that's unsustainable is hurting me. And I'm not going to 26:25 I'm not going to be able to disrupt kind of the wheel of capitalism, so to speak, or the wheel of hyper productivity that is threatening our well being. So our bodies are not only good, but they are actually or maybe this is an expression of the goodness directing us into more wholeness, If only we knew how to understand and listen to that. 26:48 So are there some I know, this is like the practical question, which, you know, you might already be tired of hearing, but I'm sure that I'm not the first person that's asking, Are there you know, a couple of I guess, practices that can help me, just place myself in a position that I'm more open to the wisdom that my body is? Hmm. So a simple switch is when we notice sensations that are otherwise irritating, threatening, or confusing. Instead of saying, that's a problem, or I need to ignore that, or I'm going to brush past that. Simply asking our bodies, what are you trying to tell me? What is it that you want me to know? Or maybe we have a feeling? Or that could be an emotion feeling or another kind of sensation, a tightening? Okay, tight shoulders? What are you trying to say? So adjusting our direction from avoidance or even shame, or frustration to curiosity, in a way that opens us up to hearing more. So I think that that's a really simple cognitive one. But I think another another more practical sensory one would be slowing down just to check in with what our body is feeling. So I can get very, 28:03 very focused on whatever's going on in front of me, including if I am stimulated intellectually, it can go into these, like we call it a hyper focus like rabbit holes of focus that are take hours for me to come out of and it has been a discipline, I would say, spiritual discipline for me to learn how to slow down. Oh, and pause, go, Whoa, I haven't checked my posture. I'm like a, you know, a gremlin over the laptop here. Like, 28:32 like, I'm thirsty. And I didn't know I was thirsty. Like, what is with the hunched over? Like, is really no funny postures we take when we're going in hard on something on the laptop. Yeah. So the the ability to stop and slow down and go, Whoa, my shoulders? Are they so tight? Like, oh, I am thirsty. Just checking in on a few things, is a way to interrupt how long we can go with being disconnected. So the point this is kind of like with mindfulness meditation, the point is not that you are perfectly attuned all the time, that that doesn't really exist. But the point is that you come back to yourself sooner, and you don't wait. So you come home. 29:14 I'm glad you mentioned the mindfulness meditation because I was I was thinking as I was, perusing your book, that there actually are some resources from our spiritual tradition, that that are more linked in between with the body and our spirituality than we even think, like, for example, why would one want when one wants to, you know, in turn to contemplation or meditation or whatever, why is it important to like, you know, 29:41 I don't know restaurant wise posture important. I mean, why why does that even matter? Right? But of course it does. And this is wisdom from you know, as 1000s of years old, even in the Christian tradition that you, you do that. So there's this link, even if one wanted to, like, somehow have an out of body experience. 30:00 Got it, it's probably impossible. But there's you can't even do that until you have a bodily experience. It's just ingrained in the process. Absolutely. Yeah. And we can, we can shift our mental states by shifting our physical states by adjusting our posture by adjusting how we are 30:21 existing in space together. It's amazing how that is such an under you underutilized resource for our spirituality in, at least in the faith tradition that I grew up in, where there was so much kind of sedentary, isolating, restore body restriction that was seen as being like a really good performing good church attendance, like sit quietly in the pew keep your feet on the ground. Although 30:48 there is something actually about changing what's happening with our body changing posture, changing movement, assuming different positions, with our body that actually I think is can signal so much about what's happening in a spiritually or be a way to access things spiritually, more ease, or more experience, perhaps, right. One thing I often do before my classes is all, you know, just read a prayer from I teach history. And so I always have a little didactic reason for doing this. But the general read a prayer from Christian history, I'll read it from different prayer books from different parts of the world. And sometimes I will read something from this African prayer book that's edited by Desmond Tutu. And right away, when you're just reading those prayers, they are almost like embodied prayers is almost a complete, it's just that the body is important, and how the how the connection between your body and your spirituality is just there in a way that in my culture, my tradition just was almost never right. It's it's startling, it's just startling the difference? Well, we maybe when we start to get into it, we can see the paradoxes or the the discrepancies and what we were told and what we were shown because most of us, I would say, if we grew up in, in the Christian tradition, particularly if some 32:08 sphere of evangelicalism or right that maybe the white evangelical movement, or kind of white Christianity, which is its own subset subset of 32:19 the faith tradition, that there was this narrative that the body was bad, the body was sinful, at least with what I grew up with. But then also really, 32:32 really heavy emphasis on hospitality and caring for other people in in a bodily way, take them food, 32:41 nourish them ready think about being told about Parker Palmer said having someone sit with Parker Palmer, while he was depressed, and someone just rubbing his feet for hours, right? Touching, touching the body caring for the poor, caring for the sick, caring for the elderly. And so we're told your body is sinful. But we're showing the body is actually such a loving way to express the love of Christ into the world. So there's often these tensions or discrepancies that we see if we look hard enough, where I think on some level, we know the body is important, even if we get tied up in 33:13 what to do about the parts of the body that are complicated and painful, and maybe hurt us and hurt other people too. 33:22 And many of the students we have here, chemists come from evangelical backgrounds, and, and so a lot of times they come in with, with that view that the body is bad, and I need to subdue the body. And in introducing kind of the ancient spiritual tradition, or spiritual practices, I think many of them are shocked at how embodied those practices are that they deal with your body to deal with posture we deal with. And then students have often associated their spiritual life as a fight against their body. 34:02 Instead of seeing the body as an indispensable ally, actually, yeah, and the place. I mean, maybe even the place where God exists, if we were to say that, like, 34:16 perhaps I don't know how that resonates with you, or how that would feel for some of your students, but instead of our body being the obstacle X actually being the doorway. 34:25 The entry point Yeah. 34:28 Well, we often you know, we haven't talked about Jesus, we're living in our heart, but we we don't really identify with God living with us like being with us, and and us experiencing God in an embodied way. 34:44 It's, it's more of just an image we have. 34:49 Yeah, I think you're right about that. I remember the first time I made that shift from feeling like I knew, I would say that the Spirit was working through me if I was using my body to care for somebody else. 35:00 But I realized the schism inside myself where I didn't also believe the same thing, if I was carrying bodily for myself if I was brushing my teeth, if I was beating myself, like, why is it that the spirit is only working when we are moving outwards, and not in this circle to also care for our own bodily selves. So that has been a huge shift for me in terms of my understanding of spirituality, that, that feeds really well into self care. And then I would say, like a kind of sustainability for all of the other kinds of loving acts that we distribute outwards. We need both 35:36 and letting other bodies care for you. I'm thinking about that with you know, Parker, Palmer sphere, you know, this, it's, it's an embodied 35:45 way to care for someone actually. Yeah, you know, that, well, I don't have to convince the two of you here. 35:52 Right, preaching to the choir. 35:57 But it's, it's an important message for, for, for our culture, and, and for our students, because I feel like they hear they hear negative voices from culture and from the church, about their body. Yeah. And so for them to, to understand the vital role that their body plays in their identity and who they are. And, 36:26 and in their spirituality, I think is really important. Because there's there's two extremes of listening to the maybe cultures lie that we are our appearance. And, and you have Kim Kardashian, West's hosts Saturday Night Live, and basically say, you know, I'm a reference sheet for the plastic surgeon. I mean, that was one of her jokes and her monologue, and it was just like, wow, this has a lot about what our culture thinks about body. And then maybe you go to church and hear someone talk negatively about that, and you can get a feeling of I need to subdue my body. 37:06 And the body loses in both of those scenarios. Yeah, I think that's something that really gets into the way that women are socialized, in particular around bodies, which is, your body is a liability. It's a problem. In the church, we hear, you know, messages around that with purity culture, women are responsible for men sexual transgressions. So right, your body is a problem in all of these ways. It could be the thing that makes you makes you I'm using air quotes here, makes you experience sexualized violence, right, it's because of your body, that that's the reality that you encounter. Or the other side of it, which is and your bodies. And also the only good thing about you, it is your social currency, it is the way you accrue social value. And you have two options, right, your body is dangerous, or this thing that you can refine to hopefully be valuable in a society that devalues you for so many other reasons and skills. So there are lots of these tensions that we can get into when we start looking at gender role socialization, and the sexual sexual objectification of women's bodies and how, how we are given these limited options, and none of them really allow for the full person to exist as a body, who is not just an appearance, who was not just an object. So we're trying to slice some of these things really thinly here and differently than maybe the the broad strokes around bodies that were given culturally. 38:39 Well, thank you so much for joining us on the show. I mean, I think our conversation has highlighted the the need for your book and the need to, to understand how we relate as a body. And, and, and how that that influenced by culture and also influence in the church and, and how we can become I loved your phrasing of using these practices to come back to ourselves. And I think I think the book is really going to help people understand their body and understand themselves better. Thank you so much for joining us. Pleasure. 39:19 Thank you so much for having me. Congratulations on making it to the end of the podcast. Be sure to follow us on Instagram at Jessup think where we'll be posting updates and some behind the scenes content. We would love to hear your thoughts on the episode and engage with any questions you might have to leave us a comment or email us at think@jessup.edu. Our aim is to provide a framework for further reflection and deeper exploration of these important topics. If you want to support the show, leave us a review on iTunes we can reach more people. Until then, I'm Matthew Todd outro reader extraordinare and this has been Jessup thing. If you're interested in learning more about Jessup, please visit us at jessup.edu. William Jessup is the premier fully accredited 40:00 a four year Christian University in the Sacramento area offering over 60 academic programs in undergraduate and graduate studies designed to see each student whipped and transformed into the leader. They're called to be as go don't forget to hit subscribe and shares never miss an episode. Thanks for joining us for Jessup think.

Partido Podcast
Ep 722 | Football Fever 10x16: Jornada de selecciones con fiesta en los Balcanes

Partido Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 93:37


Episodio grabado durante tarde del lunes 15 de noviembre de 2021. Sobre nosotros: - Twitter: https://twitter.com/FFevermedia - Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/footballfevermedia - Juego de pronósticos: https://www.kicktipp.es/footballfever/ https://www.kicktipp.es/ffeverucl/ - Contacto: footballfeverradio@gmail.com Contenido: - La voz del pueblo, noticias y Kicktipp Repaso a las diferentes confederaciones: - UEFA (11') - CONMEBOL (46') - CONCACAF (59') - AFC (1h10') - CAF (1h16') - Resto de resultados del fin de semana y otros detalles: Brasileirão, Chile, Coupe de France, FA Cup, Taça de Portugal... (1h24') Con Xapa Red (@Xapa_red) Presentado y editado por Javier Quirós Sánchez (@JavierQS21)

A Vivir Que Son Dos Días
De Fiesta por Colombia: edición, domingo 14 de noviembre

A Vivir Que Son Dos Días

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 10:40


A Vivir Que Son Dos Días
De Fiesta por Colombia: edición sábado 13 de noviembre

A Vivir Que Son Dos Días

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 20:03


Into the Garden with Leslie
39: Fall Fiesta Sugar Maple, Erin the Impatient Gardener, planting a tree and more

Into the Garden with Leslie

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 40:43


I highly recommend you get your fall fiesta from the native Acer saccharum instead of that other colorful thing that is taking over our native forests: Burning Bush or Eonymus alatus. Erin Schanen the Impatient Gardener and I talk about most anything and everything, including her new naturalistic garden. And I take you through some basics of perennials division, planting a tree, and what to do with compost (not much, right now!)

Game Time with Nick Bahe
November 12 – Segment 3 – Prepping the Football Friday Fiesta!

Game Time with Nick Bahe

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 12:09


Ravi previews the Friday show and Basketball Mike calls in

10 min con Jesús - América Latina
¡Sorpresa! (11-11-21)

10 min con Jesús - América Latina

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 10:49


P. Federico (Guatemala)-El Reino de Dios es una realidad ya presente y también nuestro destino. Que vivamos despiertos, tocando la eternidad. Así nos preparamos para ese encuentro con el Señor. Que será una sorpresa, como la de una fiesta sorpresa.

Nos reiremos de esto!
S1 Ep319: Estamos de fiesta con DJ Marco77 | #NRDE319

Nos reiremos de esto!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 50:07


#NRDE Hoy en tu Podcast Alcohólico de Confianza nos visita el DJ y Locutor Marco77 creador de la fiesta "Cuando los 90s Atacan" Total… nos reiremos de esto! Sponsored by Ron Diplomático http://rondiplomatico.com/es/filtro-edad/?r=http%3A%2F%2Frondiplomatico.com%2Fes%2F Weplash Agency https://weplashagency.com/ Envíos Packforward https://www.instagram.com/enviospf/. G&G Boutique https://www.instagram.com/gng.boutique/ Gestiona tu Visa https://www.instagram.com/gestionatuvisa/ Asistencia de producción: Sergio Schmilinsky Agencia Digital: Weplash Agency https://www.instagram.com/wplash/ Voice Over: Karen Ferreira https://www.instagram.com/karenferreirasoy/ Arte y thumbnails: https://www.instagram.com/elgoldblum/ https://twitter.com/nosreiremos https://www.instagram.com/nosreiremosdeesto/ https://www.nosreiremosdeesto.com/ Connector Media House LLC™

Un podcast de moda
EP. 66. Antonio Alvarado: "En mi vida he trasnochado por coser, pero también por salir de fiesta"

Un podcast de moda

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021


Charlamos con el diseñador que vistió la Movida Madrileña y acaba de recibir el Premio Nacional de Diseño de Moda 2021 por su trayectoria y su visión pionera. "Cuando vi que me llamaba un número largo pensé que era mi médico, pero era el ministro".

Soy Claretiano
Lámpara para mis pasos 9/nov/2021

Soy Claretiano

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 13:51


Meditación del Evangelio según San Juan 2, 13-22 por el biblista P. Norberto Padilla, misionero claretiano. Fiesta de la dedicación de la Basílica de Letrán Canción: Quiero Volver, de Jon Carlo ---------- Lectura del santo evangelio según san Juan 2, 13-22 Se acercaba la Pascua de los judíos, y Jesús subió a Jerusalén. Encontró en el Templo a los vendedores de bueyes, ovejas y palomas, y a los cambistas sentados y haciendo un azote de cordeles, los echó a todos del Templo junto con las ovejas y bueyes; y a los cambistas les esparció las monedas y les volcó las mesas. Y a los que vendían palomas les dijo: "Quiten esto de aquí, no conviertan en un mercado la Casa de mi Padre". Sus discípulos se acordaron de lo que está escrito: "El celo de tu Casa me devora". Entonces intervinieron los judíos y le preguntaron: "¿Qué signos nos muestras para obrar así?" Jesús contestó: "Destruyan este templo y en tres días lo levantaré". Los judíos replicaron: "Cuarenta y seis años ha costado construir este templo, y ¿tú lo vas a levantar en tres días?" Pero él hablaba del Templo de su cuerpo. Y cuando resucitó de entre los muertos, los discípulos se acordaron de que lo había dicho y dieron fe a la Escritura y a la Palabra que había dicho Jesús. Palabra del Señor... Gloria a ti, Señor Jesús. #SoyClaretiano #Evangelio #MisionerosClaretianos

Centro Cristiano Calacoaya Podcast
Dios es Bueno (Gilberto Rocha , 07-noviembre-2021)

Centro Cristiano Calacoaya Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021


Fiesta de Regreso a Casa ,  Dios es Bueno (Gilberto Rocha , 07-noviembre-2021)

CaliFormula1  - F1 from an Average Joe.
Cali Formula 1 Episode 31; Fiesta for Max Verstappen, Checo Perez and Red Bull. Is the title hopes for Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes done? Poor Yuki, Valtteri and Daniel Ric and more Mexican Grand Prix action!

CaliFormula1 - F1 from an Average Joe.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 34:51


Cali Formula 1 Episode 31; Fiesta for Max Verstappen, Checo Perez and Red Bull. Is the title hopes for Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes done? Poor Yuki, Valtteri and Daniel Ric and more Mexican Grand Prix action! Max Verstappen extends his championship lead after a dominating performance in Mexico City!  Red Bull looks like their car will not be beaten and has the driver to push it to the limits.Sergio Checo Perez gets a podium in his home Grand Prix while also thrilling the crowd while trying to chase down Lewis Hamilton.Mercedes rose, fell, rose and then fell again as the W12 shows its inconsistency.  Lewis drives great while Bottas has bad luck and a bad start as usual. Ferrari jumps into third with more consistent drives from Charles LeClerc and Carlos Sainz. Pierre Gasly shows why he is one of the bestMcLaren has a terrible day and loses places to Ferrari.And Poor Yuki Tsunoda had a weekend to forget.  All this and more Formula 1 talk!Mercedes | Lewis Hamilton, Valtteri Bottas  Red Bull | Max Verstappen, Sergio Perez  McLaren | Daniel Ricciardo, Lando Norris  Aston Martin | Lance Stroll, Sebastian Vettel  Alpine | Esteban Ocon , Fernando Alonso  Ferrari | Carlos Sainz Jr , Charles Leclerc  AlphaTauri | Pierre Gasly , Yuki Tsunoda  Alfa Romeo | Kimi Raikkonen , Antonio Giovinazzi  Haas | Mick Schumacher, Nikita Mazepin  Williams | George Russell , Nicholas Latifi  

Los Toros
Los Toros | Hay que ordenar el futuro

Los Toros

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 78:22


El final de temporada en España deja días para planear la próxima temporada y que empiece pronto. De ello hablamos con el empresario de Las Ventas, Rafael García Garrido que ya está trabajando para devolver a Madrid su esplendor de plaza de temporada desde marzo y empieza a definir San Isidro. Igual nos cuenta Florito, mayoral de la plaza, que prepara ya el invierno con la mirada puesta en la nueva normalidad para la Fiesta. Con Emilio de Justo y Román pulsamos la actualidad de la temporada americana y mucha juventud en el programa de hoy con Isaac Fonseca, triunfador del Circuito de Novilladas, Joselito Sánchez, triunfador de la novillada sin caballos que cerró Sevilla y con Lorena Paricio, Presidenta de la Federación Taurina de Cataluña, damos voz a la afición de esa tierra que tanto mérito tienen. Hoy también José Luis del Serranito con todo el equipo de España, México y Colombia que saben que siempre se dan cita en el ruedo inmenso de la Cadena SER.

Hoy Quiero Contarles
La Gran Fiesta de los Olores

Hoy Quiero Contarles

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 9:20


Hoy quiero contarles sobre el cuento La Gran Fiesta de los Olores, escrito e ilustrado por Pato Mena y publicado por NubeOcho.El topo maravilla tiene una fiesta de disfraces aromáticos y un infiltrado casi se sale con la suya. Descubre qué ocurre cuando llega el inspector de policía. ¿Podrá escapar la comadreja?¡Escucha! ¡Escucha! ¡Lo descubrirás!Narrado: Anya DamirónMúsica: Bonnet

Duro y a la cabeza
Hoy inicia la Gran Fiesta del Gran Premio de México de la Fórmula 1. Los pilotos que correrán en el Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez,

Duro y a la cabeza

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 24:09


Hoy inicia la Gran Fiesta del Gran Premio de México de la Fórmula 1. Los pilotos que correrán en el Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, tendrán que recorrer un circuito de 4,304 km.

Financially Savvy in 20 minutes
¡Vamos de fiesta! Pero también ahorremos nuestro dinero.

Financially Savvy in 20 minutes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 13:20


Acabamos de celebrar Halloween, que cae el 31 de octubre. Según varios reportes, los consumidores iban a gastar 10 mil millones celebrando Halloween. Irónicamente, el 31 de octubre también es el Día Mundial del Ahorro. ¡Imagínate! Este episodio es una invitación para que la gente organice una divertida fiesta de Halloween en 2022, ¡que también incluye una conversación sobre cómo ahorrar dinero! ¿Te unes?

MORANmente incorrectos.
No es una fiesta, es reunion de trabajo

MORANmente incorrectos.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 33:26


No es una fiesta, es reunion de trabajo.El chiste se cuenta solo. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/moranmenteincorrectos)

Comite de Lectura
La noticia del día explicada: Barranzuela dimite tras fiesta que infringía normativa anti COVID

Comite de Lectura

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 3:34


Tras el escándalo de la fiesta celebrada en su residencia, el ministro del Interior Luis Barranzuela presentó ayer por la noche su renuncia al cargo.

Aaron Scene's After Party
Chuck The Weather Brother feat. @chuckdebroder

Aaron Scene's After Party

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 55:55


Thank you for over 25k streams! For episode 65 we feature the man the myth, the legend, Chuck Daddy Debroder. We get to know him and how we came to be the the weather icon he is today. He also lets us in on some hypnosis tips and tricks and even hypnotizes our girl Naomi. Plus he tells us some throwback news room horny stories and the time he ran into the great Michael Irvin here in El Paso. Make sure to stream & subscribe and catch the full video on my Onlyfans! Follow me on social media @ AaronScene. Onlyfans.com/aaronscene

Locked On Spurs - Daily Podcast On The San Antonio Spurs
Takeaways from Spurs' big loss to Pacers, reacting to Spurs' new Fiesta uniforms

Locked On Spurs - Daily Podcast On The San Antonio Spurs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 48:52


On this episode of Locked On Spurs, host Jeff Garcia welcomes San Antonio Sports Star's Michael Jimenez to recap the Spurs' big loss to the Pacers and react to the new Spurs' fiesta jerseys. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Shopify Go to Shopify.com/lockedonnba for a FREE fourteen-day trial and get full access to Shopify's entire suite of features. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

A Vivir Que Son Dos Días
De fiesta por Colombia: edición sábado 30 de octubre

A Vivir Que Son Dos Días

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 17:45


A Vivir Que Son Dos Días
De fiesta por Colombia: edición domingo 31 de octubre

A Vivir Que Son Dos Días

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 13:51


Fiesta en Casa
Derriba los Muros

Fiesta en Casa

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 35:20


Bienvenidos a nuestro servicio ¡Fiesta en Casa! de la Iglesia Casa del Padre Puerto Rico. Nuestra Pastora Cynthia Roig nos trae una poderosa palabra, con el tema: Derriba los Muros.

Fiesta en Casa
Abrázate a la Roca

Fiesta en Casa

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 49:16


Bienvenidos a nuestro servicio ¡Fiesta en Casa! de la iglesia Casa del Padre Puerto Rico. Nuestro hermano Ricardo Matos nos trae una poderosa palabra, con el tema: Abrázate a la Roca.

Cuentos infantiles con La Tia Botas
Fiesta de Halloween con Los amigos del mar

Cuentos infantiles con La Tia Botas

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 20:10


Los amigos del mar han decidido celebrar por primera vez la fiesta de Halloween. No te pierdas el concurso de disfraces y adivinen quién puede estar del disfraz ganador. No te pierdas este nuevo episodio con mas historias sobre "Los amigos del mar" Visítame en latiabotas.com Sígueme en Instagram @tiabotas, Facebook @latiabotas y en mi canal en Youtube Tía Botas Oficial. Adquiere mis libros digitales en cualquier App de ebooks, como Amazon Kindle, Apple Books o Google Play books, búscame como Tía Botas o como Magda Botteri. Y escucha todas mis canciones en Spotify. Compra el libro físico de Orlando el pulpo valiente en el enlace directo a Amazon en mi web: latiabotas.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/la-tia-botas/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/la-tia-botas/support

Un idioma sin fronteras
Un idioma sin fronteras - Trabalengua: Una fiesta del español - 30/10/21

Un idioma sin fronteras

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 24:47


Trabalengua se define como el Congreso de la Lengua que te quiere como tú quieres que te quiera. Y es realmente un encuentro especial, una pequeña fiesta que tiene como excusa hablar del español bajo muchos puntos de vista: el español y la ciencia, los neologismos, los anglicismos, el vocabulario de la gastronomía... Hacemos un resumen de lo que allí se habló, de lo que aprendimos en Logroño en esta reunión de enamorados de la lengua. Escuchar audio

La Linterna
La última fiesta de Tequila

La Linterna

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 29:21


FM Mundo
El Gran Musical- Henry Basantes, Gerente General Picaro, Brunch Halloween

FM Mundo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 8:48


Sorpresas de Halloween para éste fin de semana en Pícaro Resto Grill. ¡Disfruta con tus niños de un menú especial y delicioso! Hoy, viernes de Rock, sábado 30 de octubre, ¨Fiesta latina¨ con Sebastián García. Y el domingo 31 de octubre ¨All you can eat¨, con un homenaje a la comida mexicana.

The 13th Floor
Halloween Spooktacular 2021

The 13th Floor

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 44:42


Happy Halloween from The 13th Floor! This year we're talking about 3 more death-centered holidays from around the world: Fiesta de las Ñatitas, Pchum Ben & Totensonntag.

Evangelio del día y su meditación
Evangelio del Jueves 28 de Octubre. Fiesta de los Apóstoles Simón y Judas. Lucas 6,12-19.

Evangelio del día y su meditación

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 5:00


Lc 6,12-19. Jesús se retiró a una montaña para orar, y pasó toda la noche en oración con Dios. Cuando se hizo de día, llamó a sus discípulos y eligió a doce de ellos, a los que dio el nombre de Apóstoles: Simón, a quien puso el sobrenombre de Pedro, Andrés, su hermano, Santiago, Juan, Felipe, Bartolomé, Mateo, Tomás, Santiago, hijo de Alfeo, Simón, llamado el Zelote, Judas, hijo de Santiago, y Judas Iscariote, que fue el traidor. Al bajar con ellos se detuvo en una llanura. Estaban allí muchos de sus discípulos y una gran muchedumbre que había llegado de toda la Judea, de Jerusalén y de la región costera de Tiro y Sidón, para escucharlo y hacerse curar de sus enfermedades. Los que estaban atormentados por espíritus impuros quedaban curados; y toda la gente quería tocarlo, porque salía de él una fuerza que sanaba a todos. Voz y Meditación Fr Pedro Brassesco. www.rosariodelaaurora.org

Evangelio del día y su meditación
Evangelio del Jueves 28 de Octubre. Fiesta de los Apóstoles Simón y Judas. Lucas 6,12-19.

Evangelio del día y su meditación

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 5:28


Lc 6,12-19. Jesús se retiró a una montaña para orar, y pasó toda la noche en oración con Dios. Cuando se hizo de día, llamó a sus discípulos y eligió a doce de ellos, a los que dio el nombre de Apóstoles: Simón, a quien puso el sobrenombre de Pedro, Andrés, su hermano, Santiago, Juan, Felipe, Bartolomé, Mateo, Tomás, Santiago, hijo de Alfeo, Simón, llamado el Zelote, Judas, hijo de Santiago, y Judas Iscariote, que fue el traidor. Al bajar con ellos se detuvo en una llanura. Estaban allí muchos de sus discípulos y una gran muchedumbre que había llegado de toda la Judea, de Jerusalén y de la región costera de Tiro y Sidón, para escucharlo y hacerse curar de sus enfermedades. Los que estaban atormentados por espíritus impuros quedaban curados; y toda la gente quería tocarlo, porque salía de él una fuerza que sanaba a todos. Voz y Meditación Fr Pedro Brassesco. www.rosariodelaaurora.org

En Caso de que el Mundo Se Desintegre - ECDQEMSD

Cosas que no podemos explicar si desconocemos el origen. La importancia de una cámara infrarroja en la habitación. Noticias Del Mundo: El juicio a Julian Assange - El parlamento de Brasil acusa a Bolsonaro - México y San Juditas - Alistando la Fiesta de Halloween. Historias Desintegradas: El dolor del despertar - El Grito de Munch - Por si duermen con mi esposa - Tiendas One Dollar - La máscara horrible - Juicio por el catalizador robado - Campeonato de chistes - El discurso del Coronel Frank Slade - Mis compañeros me odiaron - No aplaudan - Una vaca hermosilla - Cuando no lo esperabas - Estrellas de Hollywood buscando pareja y más...  https://www.canaltrans.com/ecdqemsd_podcast_2021/5119_misterios_de_la_vida.html En Caso De Que El Mundo Se Desintegre - ECDQEMSD Daily Podcast

Modesto Lule
Evangelio meditado y explicado del JUEVES 28 de octubre del 2021 fiesta de los apóstoles Simón y Judas

Modesto Lule

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 18:25


Lucas 6, 12 – 19 Suscríbete al canal de You Tube. https://www.youtube.com/user/ModestoLule Visita nuestra blog: http://www.modestolule.blogspot.com Nuestro facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ModestoLuleZ Nuestro twitter: https://twitter.com/modestolule Nuestro Instagram: https://instagram.com/modestolule Radio en Internet RADIO SEPA: http://.radiosepa.com/ En TuneIN: http://tunein.com/radio/Radio-Sepa-s123984/ También en esta dirección: http://.emisoras.com.mx/sepa/ Nuestro correo: padremodestomsp@gmail.com

Soy Claretiano
Lámpara para mis pasos 28/oct/2021

Soy Claretiano

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 12:26


Meditación del Evangelio según San Lucas 6, 12-19 por el biblista P. Norberto Padilla, misionero claretiano. Fiesta de los Apóstoles Simón y Judas Canción: Lánzate a la Aventura, de Luis Enrique, CMF ---------- Lectura del santo evangelio según san Lucas 6, 12-19 Por entonces Jesús subió a la montaña a orar y pasó la noche orando a Dios. Cuando se hizo de día, llamó a sus discípulos, escogió a doce de ellos y los nombró apóstoles: Simón, al que puso de nombre Pedro; y Andrés, su hermano; Santiago, Juan, Felipe, Bartolomé, Mateo, Tomás, Santiago Alfeo, Simón apodado el Zelote, Judas el de Santiago y Judas Iscariote, que fue el traidor. Bajó Jesús del monte con los doce y se paró en un llano con un grupo ogrande de discípulos y de pueblo procedente de toda Judea, de Jerusalén, y de la costa de Tiro y de Sidón. Venían a oírlo y a que los curara de sus enfermedades. Los atormentados por espíritus inmundos quedaban curados y la gente trataba de tocarlo porque salía de Él una fuerza que los curaba a todos. Palabra del Señor... Gloria a ti, Señor Jesús. #SoyClaretiano #Evangelio #MisionerosClaretianos

Lo mejor de Univisión Deportes Radio
¡Fiesta de goles en la LIga MX!

Lo mejor de Univisión Deportes Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 14:05


Los rojinegros del Atlas vencieron 6 a 2 al Atlético de San Luis en el Estadio Alfonso Lastras en partido de la jornada dominical de la Liga MX.

Shattered Order Podcast
266: Speculating the Datamine, Mod el Fiesta, and a GL unlock!

Shattered Order Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 126:56


Shattered Order Podcast: Ep. 266 Hosts Dan, GoodNightPunk, 784-346-715, @GoodNightPunk#8529 Wink, WinKILLERinc, 272-797-521, @Wink#2895 Support Links Join our Discord: https://discord.me/shatteredorder Join us on Twitch! https://www.twitch.tv/shatteredorder Twitter: www.twitter.com/shatteredorder Support us on Patreon! www.patreon.com/shatteredorder Bonfire Store: www.bonfire.com/store/shatteredorder Audible Affiliate Link: www.audibletrial.com/shatteredorder http://crew.bluemic.com/SOPod Show Notes Intro What did you do in SWGOH this week? Mod El Fiesta Datamine Speculation

DianaUribe.fm
Carnaval de Barranquilla (Barranquilla - Colombia)

DianaUribe.fm

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 50:28


Como diría el gran Joe Arroyo…“En Barranquilla me quedo”…Y nos vamos de Carnaval a esta espectacular ciudad. Considerada la puerta de Oro y por donde entraría las revoluciones tecnológicas de Colombia: la aviación y la radio. En este episodio nos instalamos en la vía 40, disfrutaremos del Carnaval de Curramba. Entre monocucos y marimondas, recorreremos las raíces de la Cumbia, del son de Lucho Bermúdez y Pacho Galán. Y como no al final, asistiremos al entierro de nada más y nada menos de Joselito Carnaval. Notas del episodio: Barranquilla : la puerta de Oro de Colombia La historia de Scadta, la aviación llega por el Caribe Barranquilla: una ciudad de Migrantes Y con ustedes…su majestad: La Cumbia La Cueva de Barranquilla y Gabriel García Márquez Historia de la Guacherna Y la calle se llenó de Marimondas El Chaplin del Carnaval de Barranquilla   ¡Síguenos en nuestras Redes Sociales! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DianaUribe.fm/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dianauribefm/?hl=es-la Twitter: https://twitter.com/dianauribefm?lang=es Pagina web: https://www.dianauribe.fm

En Caso de que el Mundo Se Desintegre - ECDQEMSD
5113: El Santo De Los Alacranes

En Caso de que el Mundo Se Desintegre - ECDQEMSD

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 56:56


Una aventura inolvidable camino a Colotlipa, Guerrero, a agradecer a un santo. Chilangos con Vocho completo por las carreteras mexicanas. Noticias Del Mundo: Ecuador y la violencia - Secuestro de Misioneros en Haití - Un mes den erupción - El muro de la tensión europea - Información importante para la Fiesta de Halloween. Historias Desintegradas: Vamos a Acapulco - Chilangos de vacaciones - Bienvenidos a Colotlipa - El chupa Birria - El monstruo en acción - Desde Tumbes a Arequipa - Borrachos y cultura popular - Brujos y Chamanes - Rodaje en el Cementerio - El busto flotante - Aventando juguetes - Campanas para el Motociclista - La Llorona y los balazos - El mago desubicado y más...  https://www.canaltrans.com/ecdqemsd_podcast_2021/5113_el_santo_de_los_alacranes.html En Caso De Que El Mundo Se Desintegre - ECDQEMSD Daily Podcast 

Shattered Order Podcast
265: Mod el Fiesta and R9 ROI

Shattered Order Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 164:24


Shattered Order Podcast: Ep. 265 Hosts Dan, GoodNightPunk, 784-346-715, @GoodNightPunk#8529 Wink, WinKILLERinc, 272-797-521, @Wink#2895 Support Links Join our Discord: https://discord.me/shatteredorder Join us on Twitch! https://www.twitch.tv/shatteredorder Twitter: www.twitter.com/shatteredorder Support us on Patreon! www.patreon.com/shatteredorder Bonfire Store: www.bonfire.com/store/shatteredorder Audible Affiliate Link: www.audibletrial.com/shatteredorder http://crew.bluemic.com/SOPod Show Notes Intro What did you do in SWGOH this week? Mod El Fiesta Relic 8 versus Relic 9 Comparison Chat https://swgoh.gg/characters/relic-r8-r9/

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
1246: Foxconn Unveils First Electric Vehicles | 18 Oct 2021

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 17:50


Show #1248 If you get any value from this podcast please consider supporting my work on Patreon. Plus all Patreon supporters get their own unique ad-free podcast feed. Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily for Monday 18th October. It's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. Thank you to MYEV.com for helping make this show, they've built the first marketplace specifically for Electric Vehicles. It's a totally free marketplace that simplifies the buying and selling process, and help you learn about EVs along the way too. TESLA STARTS DELIVERING REFRESHED MODEL X TO CUSTOMERS "Tesla delivered its redesigned Tesla Model S interior in early 2021, and now Model X buyers are finally getting their turn. Electrek and TMC forum member Sunnyvaletree report that Tesla has started delivering the revised Model X to customers, holding at least one event to mark the occasion." reports engadget: "As you might guess, this effectively drags the electric crossover into the modern era with a landscape touchscreen display up front, a smaller display in the back and overall interior quality improvements that are more befitting a nearly $94,000 vehicle. Order a Model X Plaid as of this writing and you'll have to wait until July 2022; spring for the lower-cost Long Range variant and you'll wait until September 2022. It could be a long, long while before you can simply buy the current Model X design and expect to receive it in a timely fashion." Read more: https://www.engadget.com/tesla-model-x-refresh-delivery-date-173928922.html MATE RIMAC HAS BIG, ELECTRIC PLANS FOR BUGATTI "In 2008, Mate Rimac replaced the broken engine of his ageing BMW race car with an electric motor from a forklift truck. Today, the Croatian is the founder and chief executive of Rimac Automobili, a producer of electric hypercars and electric vehicle (EV) drivetrains sold to some of the world's most prestigious carmakers. He is also about to become the CEO of Bugatti, at the age of 33." says Wired: "Once the takeover of Bugatti is complete, Rimac Automobili will share ownership of the historic French brand in a 55/45 split with Porsche. Mate will become CEO of the newly formed Bugatti Rimac.  Despite taking on such a healthy brand, Rimac wants to shake things up “by developing cars that are very different.” As well as a hybrid successor to the mighty Chiron, Rimac has plans to expand Bugatti's vehicle lineup for the first time in generations." Mate says: "I picture it in a way that we have the campus built, that we ship cars every week to customers all around the world, are a leader in high-performance cars, and have truck-loads of batteries and powertrains going to OEMs every day. That's when I see ‘chapter one' closed.”" Read more: https://www.wired.co.uk/article/mate-rimac-bugatti POST-BREXIT BOOST: FORD PICKS UK FACTORY OVER GERMANY FOR £200M ELECTRIC CAR INVESTMENT "Ford will boost Britain's automative industry by making electric car components at its factory in Halewood. The car company selected the Merseyside site over one of its plants in Germany for a £200m investment into its e-Drive transmission systems. The systems control power from batteries used to run a vehicle's wheels." reports City AM: "The deal secures the future of the 500 staff members working at the site. They currently make transmissions for petrol Ford vehicles including the Fiesta and Focus, which are then exported to manufacturing plants in Europe." Read more: https://www.cityam.com/ford-chooses-uk-factory-for-200m-electric-car-transmission-plans/ APPLE'S IPHONE PARTNER FOXCONN UNVEILS FIRST ELECTRIC VEHICLES "Foxconn Technology Group unveiled its first electric vehicles, a milestone that could boost the Taiwanese electronics manufacturer's credentials as a serious bidder for Apple Inc.'s secretive automotive project." writes Bloomberg: "The SUV and sedan models introduced on Monday are concept vehicles that the manufacturer plans to build for automotive customers rather than sell under its own brand. Executives including Young Liu, chairman of Foxconn's flagship unit Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., unveiled the vehicles at the company's Technology Day event in Taipei. Taiwan's Yulon Motor Co. will be Foxconn's first electric-car customer, Lilian Chen, Yulon's chairwoman, said at the Taipei event. Yulon's electric sedan built by Foxconn is set to retail for less than NT$1 million ($35,700,) Liu said" Reuters said: " Autos could ring in roughly $35 billion in sales for Foxconn in five years, executives boldly predicted, and the company has already set a lofty target of supplying components or services to 10% of the world's battery-powered vehicles by 2027. Yesterday's new models, including an electric bus, are expected to hit the market in Taiwan as early as 2022. The aim is to be able to service auto customers and partners, which already include U.S.-based Fisker (FSR.N) and China's Geely, closer to their end users. Foxconn still has a long way to go, but it's a promising start so far." Read more: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-10-18/apple-s-iphone-partner-foxconn-unveils-first-electric-vehicles Read more: https://www.reuters.com/breakingviews/foxconn-cars-powered-by-both-hype-substance-2021-10-19/ RIVIAN R1T CUSTOMER CARS ARE COMING "Rivian R1T spotted on John Kilpatrick turnpike in Oklahoma City on October 15, 2021 at 4:41pm. The first Rivian R1T was blue and the second was white. I was unable to tell the interior colors." - SirIceberg on Youtube STELLANTIS, LG ANNOUNCE JOINT VENTURE TO PRODUCE EV BATTERIES IN NORTH AMERICA "The maker of Jeep SUVs and Ram pickup trucks on Monday said it has entered into a memorandum of understanding with LG Energy Solution to create a joint venture for the production of electric-vehicle battery cells and modules in North America." according to The Detroit News: "The joint venture between Stellantis NV and the Korean battery maker intends to break ground in the second quarter of 2022 on a battery plant for hybrids and EVs assembled in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. The plant will have an annual production capacity of 40 gigawatt hours with the goal of starting production by the first quarter of 2024." The report adds: "In Europe, Stellantis has partnered with French oil and gas company TotalEnergies SE and Daimler AG's Mercedes-Benz for its Automotive Cells Co. joint venture. A total of three battery plants are planned in France by 2023, Germany by 2025 and Italy by 2030. Altogether, they represent 120 gigawatt hours in annual capacity." CNBC points out: “The batteries produced at the new facility will be supplied to Stellantis' electric vehicle plants in the United States, Canada and Mexico, to support Stellantis' goal of having more than 40% of its U.S. sales consist of e-vehicles by 2030. The plant is targeted to start by the first quarter of 2024 and aims to have an annual production capacity of 40 gigawatt hours." Read more: https://eu.detroitnews.com/story/business/autos/chrysler/2021/10/18/stellantis-lg-energy-solution-joint-venture-electric-vehicle-batteries-north-america/8503651002/ Read more: https://www.cnbc.com/2021/10/18/stellantis-lg-energy-solution-to-form-battery-production-jv-for-us-market.html EQE CROSSOVER STYLING GLIMPSED IN GERMANY "About a year from now, Mercedes-Benz is expected to launch the battery-electric EQE crossover, to be built at its Alabama plant. It will be slightly smaller than the EQS SUV, also coming next year." says Automotive News Europe: "The EQE crossover and sedan, which is due in 2022 as well, are similar in size and market segment as Mercedes' E-Class cars and crossovers, while the EQS SUV and sedan, launching this fall, slot above and are intended to be the electric equivalent of the company's flagship S-Class vehicles. The EQE vehicles are built on a Mercedes-Benz scalable and flexible EVA platform and are expected to spawn several models, including rear-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive dual-motor variants that will offer at least two battery pack options." Read more: https://www.autonews.com/cars-concepts/mercedes-benz-eqe-crossover-styling-glimpsed-germany NEW QUESTION OF THE WEEK WITH EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM When buying a used electric car, how do you feel about servicing? Do you want the previous person to have been back to a dealer every year? Do you care? Some manufacturers like Tesla don't even have a service schedule so how do you feel about buying a used EV and it's service history, or lack of. Email me your thoughts and I'll read them out on Sunday – hello@evnewsdaily.com It would mean a lot if you could take 2mins to leave a quick review on whichever platform you download the podcast. And  if you have an Amazon Echo, download our Alexa Skill, search for EV News Daily and add it as a flash briefing. Come and say hi on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter just search EV News Daily, have a wonderful day, I'll catch you tomorrow and remember…there's no such thing as a self-charging hybrid. PREMIUM PARTNERS PHIL ROBERTS / ELECTRIC FUTURE BRAD CROSBY PORSCHE OF THE VILLAGE CINCINNATI AUDI CINCINNATI EAST VOLVO CARS CINCINNATI EAST NATIONAL CAR CHARGING ON THE US MAINLAND AND ALOHA CHARGE IN HAWAII DEREK REILLY FROM THE EV REVIEW IRELAND YOUTUBE CHANNEL RICHARD AT RSEV.CO.UK – FOR BUYING AND SELLING EVS IN THE UK EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM/