On episode 294, Dan is joined by Toni Juanmartí of Siempre Positivo to discuss Gavi's performance against Italy and how he keeps pushing the boundaries of our expectations for him. They talk the frustration of Spain's style compared to Barça, what kept Koeman around, Joan Laporta's latest Messi comments, and much more! Running Order: Is Gavi a Barça starter now? What's the difference between Barça and Spain? Does Barça actually have money to spend in January? Why is Laporta bringing up Messi again? Listen on Apple Podcasts iOS App, Spotify and, if you want to support the show, head over to Patreon for more content! Become a Patreon to support the show and check out our Quick Take Match Reviews – Thank you! Access our exclusive, listeners-only Facebook Group here. Follow us on Instagram! Find us and watch exclusive content on YouTube! Click here to subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click here to subscribe via Spotify We are excited to partner with Fanatiz! Use this link to sign up: https://bit.ly/2YAHuDd Submit your Blue Wire Hustle application here: http://bwhustle.com/join Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On today's episode of the Coach and Coordinator podcast, Mike Emendorfer joins the show. Emendorfer is the head coach at Wisconsin-Platteville, where he's coached for the past 19 years, breaking numerous offensive records in the process. Emendorfer's teams at Wisconsin-Platteville routinely appear in national rankings and he's taken home Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Coach of the Year honors twice. Show notes -How Emendorfer adds wrinkles to the game-plan -Creativity sparked by opponents' film - Weighing pros and cons when adding concepts to playbook - Method for beginning a game -Breaking down game-day communication -Keeping simple concepts -Changes made in practice throughout the season -How to mentally prepare players -The winning edge
INVITÉE: Géraldine Nobile j'ai 28 ans Propriétaire et coach principale à CrossFit Lacustre à Saint-Aubin Sauges dans le Canton de Neuchâtel depuis 2014 je donnes les classes ainsi que du coaching privé et j'y travaille depuis 7ans à 200%. Avant ça des études dans le milieu de l'architecture et de la décoration d'intérieur pour ensuite me tourner dans la santé et le sport. 2007 survient ma tétraplégie, un nouveau tournant dans ma vie et qui m'a amené ou j'en suis aujourd'hui. SPONSOR(S): Merci de soutenir le podcast avec notre sponsor: ► Moxy Monitor: https://www.moxymonitor.com/shop/ (5% de rabais avec le code: “UPSIDE”) LIENS: ► IG: https://www.instagram.com/crossfitlacustre ► Site: www.crossfitlacustre.com ► Interview Vidéo: https://youtu.be/l9QByhw_PCY SUJETS: 0:00 - Intro 2:30 - Start 2:50 - Background 4:00 - Coaching CrossFit 11:50 - Tétraplégie et Mort Imminente 22:00 - Rééducation 17:30 - Retour à la Vie Sociale 44:43 - Retour au CrossFit 49:15 INTRO 50:30 - Prendre Soin de Soi 1:00:25 - Formations en Coaching Episode disponible le 27 Septembre 2021 INFO PODCAST: ► Site Web Podcast: https://upsidestrength.podbean.com/ ► Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/3mroiB4 ► Spotify: http://spoti.fi/34jJtyX ► Episodes Complets (Playlist Youtube): http://bit.ly/3oSCkxe CONNECT: ► Abonne-toi pour voir plus de vidéos: http://bit.ly/1Xgr5y5 ► Réserve ta Consultation: https://bit.ly/UpsideConsult ► Podcast: https://upsidestrength.podbean.com/ ► WhatsApp: https://wa.me/41763949673 ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/seanseale ► LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/seanseale/ ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/upsidestrength ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/upsidestrength ► Tik Tok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZSgNAPQF/ EQUIPMENT & PROMOS: ▶︎ Moxy Monitor (hors CH, AUS, ITA, GER): https://www.moxymonitor.com/shop/ (code promo 5%: “UPSIDE”) ▶︎ Moxy Monitor (CH, AU, ITA, GER seulement): (email moi sur email@example.com pour un bon de rabais) ▶︎ VO2 Master: https://vo2master.com/ (email moi sur firstname.lastname@example.org pour un code promo) ▶︎ Spirometer: https://www.spirometry.com/prodotti/spirobank-smart/ ▶︎ Idiag P-100: https://www.idiag.ch/en/idiag-p100-en/ (email moi sur email@example.com pour un code promo de 20%) ▶︎ The Breather: https://www.luftforlife.com/breather-fit/?ref=seanseale2 ▶︎ Strength Coach Network: https://strengthcoachnetwork.com/upside/?orid=15781 (50% de rabais sur ton premier mois) ▶︎ Sponts Conditioning Coaching Club: https://coaching-club.mn.co/ DISCLAIMER: Ces descriptions contiennent généralement des liens d'affiliation. Si vous décidez d'acheter un produit via l'un d'entre eux, je reçois une petite commission sans frais pour vous. Je n'approuve jamais des produits que je n'ai pas personnellement utilisés moi-même ou que je n'ai pas trouvés bénéfiques dans ma vie.
INVITÉ: Idriss Heerah 29 ans. double cursus Dieteticien et nutrition du sport (diplômé depuis 7 ans). WE Nutrition société de suivi personnalisé depuis 7 ans. sportif de haut niveau depuis tout petit (volley et athlétisme). découverte dès la muscu a 18 ans et du CrossFit à en 2013 pour un stage diet. affinage de la méthode avec démarche scientifique en cabinet de diet (avec mon mentor Cyril gallois qui était mon prof) et en expérience chez CrossFit original Addicts. spécialisation dans la prise en charge du Crossfiteur car Sport complex qui ouvre les voies de connaissances sur tous les autres SPONSOR(S): Merci de soutenir le podcast avec notre sponsor: ► Moxy Monitor: https://www.moxymonitor.com/shop/ (5% de rabais avbvec le code: “UPSIDE”) LIENS: ► IG: https://instagram.com/we_nutrition ► Site: https://we-nutrition.com/ ► Interview Vidéo: https://youtu.be/EmlbrG63xLI SUJETS: 0:00 - Intro 2:30 - Start 3:30 - We Nutrition 4:55 - Formations en Nutrition 6:50 - Prise en Charge Individuelle 14:45 - Demandes Nutritionnelles en Sport 22:03 - Nutrition en CrossFit 28:04 - Perte de Poids 34:34 - Suivi des Progrès 42:30 - Nutrition en Compétition 45:45 - Questions du Public Episode disponible le 23 septembre 2021 INFO PODCAST: ► Site Web Podcast: https://upsidestrength.podbean.com/ ► Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/3mroiB4 ► Spotify: http://spoti.fi/34jJtyX ► Episodes Complets (Playlist Youtube): http://bit.ly/3oSCkxe CONNECT: ► Abonne-toi pour voir plus de vidéos: http://bit.ly/1Xgr5y5 ► Réserve ta Consultation: https://bit.ly/UpsideConsult ► Podcast: https://upsidestrength.podbean.com/ ► WhatsApp: https://wa.me/41763949673 ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/seanseale ► LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/seanseale/ ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/upsidestrength ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/upsidestrength ► Tik Tok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZSgNAPQF/ EQUIPMENT & PROMOS: ▶︎ Moxy Monitor (hors CH, AUS, ITA, GER): https://www.moxymonitor.com/shop/ (code promo 5%: “UPSIDE”) ▶︎ Moxy Monitor (CH, AU, ITA, GER seulement): (email moi sur firstname.lastname@example.org pour un bon de rabais) ▶︎ VO2 Master: https://vo2master.com/ (email moi sur email@example.com pour un code promo) ▶︎ Spirometer: https://www.spirometry.com/prodotti/spirobank-smart/ ▶︎ Idiag P-100: https://www.idiag.ch/en/idiag-p100-en/ (email moi sur firstname.lastname@example.org pour un code promo de 20%) ▶︎ The Breather: https://www.luftforlife.com/breather-fit/?ref=seanseale2 ▶︎ Strength Coach Network: https://strengthcoachnetwork.com/upside/?orid=15781 (50% de rabais sur ton premier mois) ▶︎ Sponts Conditioning Coaching Club: https://coaching-club.mn.co/ DISCLAIMER: Ces descriptions contiennent généralement des liens d'affiliation. Si vous décidez d'acheter un produit via l'un d'entre eux, je reçois une petite commission sans frais pour vous. Je n'approuve jamais des produits que je n'ai pas personnellement utilisés moi-même ou que je n'ai pas trouvés bénéfiques dans ma vie.
Step into the Film Room for today's REWATCH WEDNESDAY!! Tyler breaks down the game film to tell you exactly how the Titans beat Seattle from a schematic standpoint! Tyler talks about how the Titans Offense used formations and personnel groups to get an advantage in the run game. Also, how the Titans used specific route combinations to attack Seattle's zone defense! Then, let's get DEFENSIVE! Tyler discusses how the Titans defense used their physicality to create an athleticism advantage that not only limited the Seahawks rushing attack, but stunted their play action passing. First, Tyler discusses roster moves made Tuesday and the impact going forward! Follow Tyler on Twitter @TicTacTitans Follow the show on Facebook @LockedOnTitansPod Subscribe to the Locked On Titans YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/LockedOnTitans/videos Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! 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. Manscaped Fellas, don't gamble on shaving your balls with the wrong tools! Choose MANSCAPED™, Your Balls Will Thank You™! Get 20% off + free shipping with the code LOCKEDON at manscaped.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The full account of Bentley's trip to Houston, including encounters with Jaguars fans from across the United States, plus our breakdown of the abysmal loss to the Texans as well as ways we're preparing ourselves for the rest of the season. Follow the Drunken Jaguar on Twitter at @junkendraguar. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Jason and Jon catch up after the road trip to California and talk about the big picture with formations and their importance, balancing tactics with philosophy, and trends in the game tactically.
For this episode we offered our platform to some organizers inside and out, who put together a series of discussions on the state and needs of prisoner movements today. This is the third segment of a series of political discussions focused on building support for Jailhouse Lawyers Speak's 2021 National Call To Action “Shut ‘Em Down” and looking forward to next summer's 2022 National Prisoner Strike and Boycott. The first two panels were hosted by George Jackson University and Final Straw Radio, we'll link to both in the show notes and people should really listen to all these conversations in dialogue with one another. From various New Afrikan perspectives, panelists discuss cadre development and political education as a crucial strategies toward building sustainable formations and community infrastructure. They discuss how these formations and related infrastructure can propel the prisoners' resistance movement towards the abolition of prisons. The moderator of this panel is coco. coco is a conscious New Afrikan engaging in prisoner solidarity work along with political education & New Afrikan resistance. The panelists for this discussion are: Kwame “Beans” Shakur. Kwame is Chairman and Co-Founder of the New Afrikan Liberation Collective (NALC) and National Director for the Prison Lives Matter Movement. Kwame is a political prisoner currently being held in Indiana DOC solitary confinement (SHU) in an attempt to silence his work inside & out. Nomi Isaac, pronouns they/them/theirs, is an afro-futurist cultural organizer, and earth liberation advocate engaged in class struggle taking place on Pamunkey Land, or what is commonly known as Richmond Virginia. They co-produce the Black Feminist podcast Race Capitol and are a proud member and support the work of prisoner solidarity efforts within VA Prison Abolition Collecitive (VPAC), NALC, and the Richmond Community Bail Fund. Abbas Muntaqim is a New Afrikan Muslim educator and organizer who co-chairs People's Programs, an Oakland based New Afrikan/Pan Afrikan organization. He also co-hosts Hella Black Podcast. One note on audio, apologies but there were some technical difficulties with the audio coming from Kwame Shakur who was calling us from inside. Those clear up after the first couple of responses, but I encourage folks to stick with the conversation despite the distortion in the audio in his first couple of segments. A reminder that as we publish on September 8th, tomorrow is the 50th Anniversary of the Attica Rebellion and a second set of “Shut ‘Em Down” demonstrations are scheduled around the country in response to Jailhouse Lawyers Speak's Call to Action.
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They say battle lines are drawn, but it's more than just a line. Reclaiming the words that got us here. The philosophy of who lives and dies. We know these facts to be true. Dominion must admit their crimes. The shape of our forces and how we will now engage the enemy. Make me happy because that's the final goal. Original filings are a buttress of truth. We have come full circle. In tank combat, it's always about the weak points. Never fight a war without knowing yourself and your enemy. Pray hard for our country and our patriots. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
For every playbook out there, you will find another way to name offensive football formations. There are no strict guidelines or rulebook to what you call your formations. Creating your own system of rules for how you name offensive football formations is important, though. It will determine how easy it is for your players to grasp new formations. The system also determines how easy it is for you call new formations. I love keeping it simple. Football plays take a lot of work. They take time to install and perfect. You do not need a lot of plays. Formations are cheap. You can install new formations quickly in practice. Being able to run just a few plays out of many different formations creates a complex look for the defense, while you keep it simple. Check out this episode of The Football Coaching Podcast to learn all about naming and grouping your offensive football formations.
This week Andrew James from Sports Interactive tells us how to manage our workload, the physical workload of our players that is not how much you've got on at work... The Athletic's Art De Roché tells us about the joy that can be found in embracing the chaos of an asymmetric formation as well as the benefits of managing in Ligue 1. The mailbag brings us stories of success with Dynamo Dresden, and silverware using our “spit” housery advice from episode 26. And, of course, more God damn Sunderland... Plus the Bundesliga Challenge sees a reversal of fortunes for Alex and Iain...
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In this second part I focus into the nature of Buddhist "Attachment and Craving". Like chemical bonds, these attachments are not emotional ties or addictions, but rather much deeper sources of energy instantiating the "Formations" of craving.
Warning, practicers:Spawn of the Five Aggregates —Don't be fooled again!* * *The original plan for this podcast series comprised a condensed commentary in six segments. This turned out to be impossible, given the scope and importance of the teachings therein. I decided to add a coda, as is often done in musical composition, to include the appendix on Buddha's warnings to practitioners, or “practicers.” I find them compelling and affirming, in terms of my own experience in zazen. The last section boasts the cheerful title, “Fifty Demonic States of Mind,” with a similarly comforting subtitle, “Dangers May Arise with Advanced Practice.”Here we are, trying to encourage people to practice meditation, and suddenly we have graphic content alerts. Buddha himself cautions that you may find these experiences unsettling, and your interpretation of them can lead to disaster. The fifty mainly warn you to avoid getting stuck, thinking are enlightened.This puts me in mind of Carl Bielefeldt's “Dogen's Manuals of Meditation,” a line-by-line comparison of the two extant versions of Fukanzazengi, and the Chinese version from which he adapted the text. One line he chose not to use in his translation for his Japanese students says something like “As the path grows higher, demons flourish.” Bielefeldt speculates that Master Dogen wanted to accentuate the positive, and eliminate the negative. To say nothing about mister in-between.Finally we get to the good stuff, Buddha's descriptions of various experiences that may occur at the far reaches of meditation, when the barriers of discriminating sense faculties he has been detailing begin to break down. These are grouped as Ten Demonic States of Mind associated with each Aggregate, namely Form, Sense-Perception, Cognition, Mental Formations, and the Aggregate of Consciousness. In conclusion, he reminds us once again that all five arise from delusion.We will not be able to go into all fifty of these demonic states of mind. But I would like to touch on a few that caught my attention many years ago. When I first read the Surangama Sutra, I was gobsmacked by its direct relevance to zazen, and its descriptive power, illustrating the analogy of the Zen Mind to the limitations of one-sided interpretation of the nature of the senses. When I came to the fifty warnings, however, I could see that several of them dealt with issues that had arisen for me in my practice of Zen, and that have since come up with many of my students, in dharma dialog. This section features an unusual description of Buddha's behavior at the beginning. Buddha rises from his seat, seeming ready to bring the dialog to a close, but then apparently changes his mind and reseats himself, saying:You who still need instruction, you Hearers of the Teaching and you Solitary Sages, have now dedicated yourselves to attaining a great awakening — the supreme and wondrous enlightenment. I have now taught you the right method for practice. But you are still not aware of the subtle demonic events that can occur when you undertake the practices of calming the mind and contemplative insight. If you do not purify your mind, you will not be able to recognize demonic states as they arise. You will not find the right path, and you will fall into the error of wrong views.He points out that “Demons may arise within you from the five aggregates. If your mind is not clear when this happens, you may well take a burglar to be your own child. Or you may feel satisfied with a small accomplishment, as did that monk who was ignorant of the Dharma. Having only reached the level of the fourth dhyāna, he made the false claim that he had become a sage. When his reward of celestial life had run its course and the signs of decay had appeared, he vilified the Arhats' enlightenment, and so he was reborn in the Unrelenting Hell.” So the stakes could not be higher.Buddha insures Ananda and the others that the demons have limited power, and cannot harm you unless you let them. The power of your meditation will protect you from possession. Then he takes us through the five Aggregates in order, outlining 10 such demonic episodes that may occur in each. The first, in Form, is that you may have an out-of-body experience. Then he issues a boilerplate admonition:This state is called “the essential awareness being able to emerge into one's surroundings.” What the practitioner has gained is temporary. It does not indicate that he has become a sage. There is nothing unwholesome about his state unless he thinks that he is now a sage. If he does think he is a sage, he will be open to a host of deviant influences.This introduces the essential warning: Don't be fooled. You are not done yet. Keep on keepin' on. He goes on to cover such events as hearing voices preaching the Dharma, cosmic visions of all sorts, seeing in the dark, the cessation of all sensation, clairvoyance and clairaudience at great distances, visions of oneself as a “good and wise teacher,” and a chameleon-like ability to change form and appearance. And all this, just in the Skandha of Form.Next, transcendence of the skandha of Sense-Perception elicits depressive and manic reactions, confusion, the superiority complex, and/or becoming overjoyed and arrogant, sometimes arising simultaneously. Unchecked, these inevitably lead to erroneous and extreme behaviors. Such views as illusory infinite serenity, that there is no existence after death, and license to indulge all levels of satisfaction of desires may follow, along with indulging in the power to sway others. All end badly.In Cognition, the litany of afflicted states continues, with dire consequences, even though one is now free of harmful anxiety, which brings about a state of wonder. It is as if Buddha is reporting recent scandals in televangelism, and misguided leadership of various sects and cults, including some Zen lineages. In every case, gravely misinterpreting implications of meditative states leads to reckless and lawless behavior. Misidentification of self or others as Bodhisattvas or Buddhas appearing in the world is familiar, as in the false prophets of other religions. Claims to enlightenment, and guaranteeing success or salvation to others, at a price, are contemporary examples. Buddha faults the power of wielding mass hypnosis, owing to delusional charisma, or gravitas, stemming from deep meditation.Various paranormal powers, siddhis in Sanskrit, such as reading minds, knowing previous lives, levitating, walking on water, passing through walls, performing magic or miracles, etc., may indeed be achievable in meditation, but they are not to be valued or pursued. They are no more miraculous than the ordinary senses, and may lead to severe psychic dysfunction, including overweening infatuation for one's teacher, and visions of living together in a better world. Think David Koresh, or Jim Jones.Introducing Mental Formations, Buddha makes a startling statement:Ānanda, when a good person who has been practicing samādhi has reached the end of the aggregate of cognition, the usual cognitive processes involved in dreaming will disappear from his mind. For him there will no longer be any difference between waking and sleeping… He will view all the phenomena in the world — the mountains, the rivers, and everything else — as mere reflections that briefly appear in a clear mirror… Only the true essence of consciousness remains.”This resonates throughout the teachings of Zen, as in Dongshan's Precious Mirror Samadhi, wherein “Form and reflection behold each other.” This section also gets into first causes of existence and life, and the ending of life; falling into the mistake of non-causality; denying the principles of rebirth and evolution across species; or that the mind and experience are everlasting, eternal. Or conversely, that all comes to a permanent end. Or that some entities are permanent, others impermanent, e.g. that your mind is permanent and everlasting but the beings within it are not. The same delusion applies to whole worlds. After confusing eternity versus impermanence, comes infinity versus finiteness, e.g. of one's own mind. Such speculations regarding spacetime rarely result in anything positive. As Master Dogen says in Genjokoan:Similarly, if you examine the myriad things with a confused body and mind, you might suppose that your mind and nature are permanent. When you practice intimately and return to where you are, it will be clear that nothing at all has unchanging self.Forewarned is forearmed. The special confusion that may arise in wannabe sages is: “If someone seeking to learn his methods should come to ask him about his theories, he will reply: ‘I both come into being and cease to be. I exist and yet do not exist. I both grow and diminish.' What he says is so confusing that no one can understand what he means.” Matsuoka Roshi once commented, with great irony, that, “There are people who can talk themselves out of existence.”The good news is that we have the capacity to penetrate to this inner sanctum of reality; the bad news is that we can misinterpret it based upon self-striving desires. Buddha becomes minutely descriptive:… he will be able to perceive the origin that is common to all lives. This origin will appear to him as a subtle, glimmering, vibrating mirage. This is the ultimate point, the pivotal point, at which the faculties and their objects meet… He will have reached the end of the aggregate of mental formations. He will be able to transcend the turbidity of individual beings… None of the ten kinds of celestial demons will have any chance to influence him.Master Dogen points to this same inflection point in Jijuyu Zammai; Self-Fulfilling Samadhi: “In stillness, mind and object merge in realization and go beyond enlightenment.” Mental Formations also representing the underlying motives, intent and desire impelling our behavior, at this point one sits in zazen with no identifiable reason for doing so. It is the “…making effort without aiming at it… sitting without relying on anything” of Master Dogen's Zazenshin, Lancet for Zazen. This being liberated from our demons is what is meant by becoming “unassailable” in Zen.However, even at this point the practitioner may be assailed by internal confusions, such as denying causation, for example that of all beings coming and going, or for the ending of life, or distortions of the principle of rebirth, all of which are clarified in full awakening. And on again reprising confusions that yet may arise regarding the Four Elements, as well as the sixth, seventh and eighth consciousnesses, the 10 dhyanas, entering nirvana, etc. Terminal confusion. Again, too soon. Going to hell.Finally transcending Mental Formations, our intrepid explorer enters the aggregate of Consciousness, or consciousness only, having left the other four skandhas far behind:… when a good person who has been practicing samādhi has reached the end of the aggregate of mental formations, he may observe, within the clear light in the deep recesses of his mind, the vibrations which are the shared foundation of the nature of all beings in the world. Then suddenly the tiny hidden knot that holds together the intricate net of karma of his individual being during his many lifetimes will burst open, and he will lose his connection to the vibrating resonances of that karmic net.Free at last, free at last! Sounds a bit like string theory, those “vibrating resonances,” the foundation of all beings. Then Buddha describes the shift in awareness in no uncertain terms:He will now be on the verge of experiencing a great illumination in the sky of nirvana. It is as if he is gazing at the pale light of dawn in the eastern sky just as the rooster has finished crowing… The duality of observer and observed will have ceased… The pale light that he observed will not fade, and it will illuminate what has heretofore been hidden. This is the region of the aggregate of consciousness.This recalls Master Dogen's later expression in Jijuyu Zammai, that “When even for a moment you express the Buddha's seal in the three actions by sitting upright in Samadhi, the whole phenomenal world becomes the Buddha's seal and the entire sky turns into enlightenment.” Note that here we finally witness the “tiny hidden knot” of the net of karma bursting open, liberating us from entanglement. “The pale light that [s]he observed will not fade, and it will illuminate what has heretofore been hidden. This is the aggregate of consciousness.” We know that Dogen read the Surangama, but suspect that his effusive description, so similar to Buddha's, is based on his own direct experience, not mere parroting.The last about illuminating what has been hidden reminds me of an odd statement by Matsuoka Roshi, that “The light by which you see things comes from you.” This internal light pops up from time to time in the literature, but never as explicitly described as in the original mention here by Buddha himself. But wait, there's still more:At this point, although he has already done away with the coming into being and perishing of mental formations, he has not yet completed the journey to the wonder of his essential nature, which is nirvana. However, he will be able to merge his perceptual faculties so that they can function as one or function interchangeably.This claim is attested to by a stanza in Sekito Kisen's Sandokai, Harmony of Sameness and Difference. “All the objects of the senses transpose and do not transpose. Transposing they are linked together; not transposing each keeps its place.” It is as if the senses overlap like a Venn diagram, and we are all syntesthetes at base.But alas, even at this point the advanced practitioner can fall into insidious beliefs leading to rebirth, for example that his consciousness is immortal, becoming “one of the adherents of the doctrines of the god Ishvara,” which I take to be the equivalent of some theism's notion of the immortal soul. Or that awareness is universal, or that the elements are the source of existence, and thus appropriate to make “ritual offerings to water and to fire.” These beliefs were apparently touted by other teachers of the day.Running down another litany of such erroneous interpretations of the teachings, Buddha mentions one that may apply most directly to us today, which is mistaking realization of the cessation of suffering as the end goal, missing the whole point of the Bodhisattva Path. “His companions will be ignorant members of the Sangha and supremely arrogant practitioners.” We have been witness to this effect, in the propagation of Zen to America. This is one form of Trungpa Rinpoche's “spiritual materialism.”Then following reassurances that in spite of all these barriers to overcome, everybody has the capability of transcending them, Buddha once again recommends the Surangama Mantra, and a cautionary tale:If they cannot learn to recite it from memory, teach them to write it out and to place it in their meditation halls or else to wear it close to their bodies. Then no demon will be able to disturb them… You should hold in the greatest reverence all the teachings of the Thus-Come Ones of the ten directions. These are my final instructions.Final instructions? Ananda summarizes briefly his eidetic memory, and Buddha recapitulates much of what has gone before, including detailing the delusory nature of each of the Five Aggregates in turn:The Five Aggregates Arise from Delusion… In the subtle, true, wondrous understanding, in the fundamental, awakened, perfect purity, no death or rebirth remains, nor any defilement, not even space itself. All these arise out of deluded mental activity… The notion that things come into being due to causes and conditions and the notion that they come into being on their own are mere speculations born of beings' deluded minds.Finally, finally, Buddha closes with “The Merit of Teaching the Śūraṅgama Dharma,” similar to plugging the Surangama Mantra earlier in the program. In sum, the merit is incalculable.Perhaps one of the most directly relevant implications to contemporary Zen practitioners, as outlined in the Surangama Sutra, is that the process of zazen progresses through the aggregates one at a time, leaving behind the prior, which “have already ceased functioning.” It suggests that we segue from sitting in the realm of Form to that of Sensation, then Sensation-only, leaving Form behind. Then on through Perception and Formations until we find ourselves sitting in Consciousness only, transcending the prior four. You could say that Consciousness is the uber-aggregate, subsuming the others, in that we are conscious of Form, conscious of Sense-Perception, of Cognition, Mental Formations, and ultimately conscious of consciousness itself. But there comes a turning point in which even consciousness no longer obtains.In the original translation of the Hannya Shingyo into English that we used at the Zen Buddhist Temple of Chicago, was the concluding line at the end of the long list of “given emptiness,” no this, no that, which said “… until we come to no consciousness also.” This is the singularity of Zen practice, that end-state that is not at all a state, but entry into the inconceivable. The point of awareness in which we cross the even horizon, and all known laws of reality collapse inward of their own mass. At this point, all such words as “awareness” and “inward” require quotation marks. The Way is beyond language, as well as concept. Please allow your mind to surrender to this possibility, especially when you are in meditation.* * *Elliston Roshi is guiding teacher of the Atlanta Soto Zen Center and abbot of the Silent Thunder Order. He is also a gallery-represented fine artist expressing his Zen through visual poetry, or “music to the eyes.”UnMind is a production of the Atlanta Soto Zen Center in Atlanta, Georgia and the Silent Thunder Order. You can support these teachings by PayPal to donate@STorder.org. Gassho.Producer: Kyōsaku Jon Mitchell
Tu ne pourras jamais empêcher quelqu'un de malhonnête de plagier ou de voler ton matériel, mais il y a des actions que tu peux prendre dès aujourd'hui pour te protéger et mettre au clair ce que les gens peuvent ou ne peuvent pas faire avec ce que tu mets sur le web. Aujourd'hui, on aborde les sujets sérieux du droit d'auteur pour les formations en ligne et des mauvais payeurs avec l'avocate Aicha Tohry. Lis la suite et retrouve tous les notes et liens mentionnés durant l'épisode sur mon site web ici https://genevievegauvin.com/173
Further instructionIs apparently called for —Don't eat those onions!* * *Immediately on the heels of the last sections we explored, “Instructions for Practice,” and the testimony of Buddha's posse, the “Twenty-Five Sages,” comes an excruciatingly long and detailed examination of what seems to be the entire litany of Buddha's teachings, some directly relevant to the focus of the Surangama, others seemingly thrown in just for good measure, or simply because they were available. This discursive digression, from one subject to another, and yet another — like the featured acts of a modern television talk- or talent-show — lends credence to the supposition by some scholars that the whole sutra amounts to a pastiche of relatively disconnected teachings. The Ananda-focused narrative provides the through-line, pulling the smorgasbord together.The whole thing runs to about 550 pages, in the new translation by the Buddhist Text Translation Society, Burlingame, California. We will squeeze a Reader's Digest condensed version into this segment, suggesting that you follow up for detail.Next on the program, we find two long solo performances from each of the guest stars, who need no introduction. First up, Avalokiteshvara, “The Bodhisattva Who Hears the Cries of the World,” testifies to the efficacy of the faculty of hearing, as the go-to gate to samadhi, running down all the major implications of audial insight. He famously vows to help all others in their quest, magically appearing in 32 various human and nonhuman forms suitable to their predispositions, and to provide protection to them in 14 kinds of dangerous situations, leading them to liberation. The original standup chameleon.With no break, commercial or biological, Buddha cues up Manjusri to further explain, and expand upon, the limitations of the sense faculties and mind, hot buttons of the times. Manjusri dutifully heaps high praise on Avalokiteshvara's method of relying solely on hearing, akin to promoting his fellow panelist's latest book, or movie. One wonderful, circular question he asks of Ananda is, “Why haven't you been hearing your own hearing?” Later declaring that “It is the easiest way to reach enlightenment.”Both guest performers express gushing admiration for Buddha's discourse — he is the star of the show, after all — along with some sympathy for the devil, in the person of Ananda, playing second banana to Shakyamuni. You can't help listening for the laugh track. Or the theme song.Occasionally, the unnamed master of ceremonies turns the camera on the live audience: Ananda and “all the others in the great assembly… were like someone who has traveled far from home on matters of business: although the traveler has not yet been able to return, he knows the road that will lead him home.” Rather than applause lines, Buddha's intended effect on his audience is realization itself.This rather modern analogy — being on the road — resonates with my coinage, “The Original Frontier.” Buddha was the historical discoverer, and explorer, of this strange realm of the mind itself. He blazed trails for the rest of us. During his time, he may have been the foremost inspirational speaker on the circuit, but would never have qualified for a TED Talk, let alone develop a following on Twitter.Then, in what may be the earliest expressions of what later became Zen Buddhist precepts, Ananda receives “Four Clear and Definitive Instructions on Purity: On Sexual Desire, On Killing, On Stealing, and On Making False Claims.” These are four of the sixteen precepts that we receive yet today, as householders. We understand “purity,” however, as non-dual, not as a puritanical ideal of morality.“Establishing a Place for Awakening,” follows, thoroughgoing instructions for how to set up an altar room for practice, detailing what kinds of statuary should be displayed. Of course, actual statues of buddhas and bodhisattvas would not put in an appearance for centuries after Buddha's time.Then comes the “The Śūraṅgama Mantra,” in phonetic Chinese. It is offered up for “people who cannot get rid of their stubborn habits.” A kind of catch-all cure-all, good-for-what-ails-you charm, talisman, or spell — if you will but recite it. To put a weird twist on it, a virtual “Buddha,” whom Buddha “makes appear” from his “unconditioned mind,” then recites all 554 lines.This is followed by an effusive guarantee of the powers of the mantra to protect. Mantra magic. Your results may vary, of course.Then follows yet another lengthy discourse, on the “Levels of Being.” The subtitle, “The Coming into Being of the World of Illusion,” reprises the title of a prior section. But this time, “coming into being” comprises a synopsis of the biology of the times. It details “Twelve Classes of Beings,” all of which are “bound to the cycle of death and rebirth in this world as a result of” various causes and conditions. Next, for human beings only, a prescription for practicing and mastering “the samadhi of the Buddhas” is proffered. A formula of “Three Gradual Steps.” The first — I am not making this up — advocates:A. Avoiding the Plants of the Onion GroupAversion to the onion family (Vidalia onions excepted) is explained as a specific example of a general principle: that of avoiding, or eliminating, contributing factors. That is, factors that contribute to less desirable internal states and outflows, especially for the aspiring monastic. Onions were thought to arouse sexual desire when cooked, and anger when raw. Meat is included in this category, along with raw foods in general. This would constitute contemporary views on healthy diet and wellbeing, at that time. But modern attitudes toward nutrition are not all that much more sophisticated. See: obesity.B. Ending Any Violation of the Fundamental Rules of BehaviorThis second gradual step is another iteration on the precepts, as they were conceived at that time, focusing on celibacy, killing, stealing and lying. These evolved as rules for living together in the context of the Buddhist Order, called vinaya in Sanskrit. Both Dogen Zenji and Keizan Zenji produced voluminous monastic regulations, called shingi in Japanese, over three millennia later.C. Avoiding Intentional Engagement with Perceived ObjectsThe third refers to the outflows through the six faculties of engagement — the intoxication of the senses and their objects — promising that eventually, no mental objects will arise, leading to “peaceful abiding.” Are you beginning to see a pattern here?Next we are treated to another longish discourse on “The Fifty-Seven Stages of the Bodhisattva's Path,” detailing the stages of “Arid Wisdom, Ten Stages of Stabilizing the Mind, Ten Abodes, Ten Practices, Ten Dedications, Four Additional Practices, Ten Grounds” and finally, “Two Final Stages,” the first of which is called “Equivalent Enlightenment,” and concluding with the declaration:Thus, having passed through these various stages — twelve stages in all, some counted singly, some in groups — they reach at last the stage of Wonderful Awakening, which is the unsurpassed enlightenment.Here the numbering is getting a bit out of hand, but you can still count them on both hands, fingers and toes. Modern Zen teachers, such as Master Dogen, push back on this idea that zazen is “step-by-step meditation,” transpiring in clear, linear stages of development.But it is clear that in Buddha's time, breaking the path into digestible bites was an absolute necessity, especially when attending such a moveable feast as we are being served here. No one in the great assembly is taking notes on their mobile devices. They cannot get back to them later. But Buddha is merely pointing at the humble, homely truth — accessible to all, nothing hidden. However we slice and dice it, reality finally has to be holistic, both in the method of realizing it, and the resulting realization.Now comes an interesting diversion: “Naming the Discourse.” This challenge to the host comes from the prompting of one of the guest celebrities, Manjusri. In design, we have a related exercise called “Name that Concept.” If an innovation is truly new, there will most likely be no phrase in the vernacular that adequately captures it. Thus, we must go to some absurd extremes in brainstorming:The Sutra of the Supreme and Magnificent Dharma-Imprint of the Mantra of the White Canopy, Which Is Spoken above the Crown of the Great Buddha's Head, and Which Is the Serene and Pure Oceanic Eye of the Thus-Come Ones of the Ten DirectionsThis is the first mention, the longest and most unwieldy. The shortest entry in the contest is the last:The Sutra of the Consecrating Mantra Phrases and the Myriad Śūraṅgama Practices of the BodhisattvasWhich is pretty concise, and touches on most of the bases. Surangama means something like “heroic valor,” “heroic progress,” or “heroic march.” Reading it certainly requires a heroic effort.Nowadays, you may have noticed that books, movies, television series, and other public media presentations, often have a one-word title, or at the most, a couple of words. This inevitable trend helps to cut through the clutter of competing offerings. The subtitle carries the load of explaining the title.Then, just to set the proper tone for the warnings of the “Mara states” to come, what better than a trip to hell? Google “Mara,” and you find: “In Buddhist cosmology, Mara is associated with death, rebirth and desire. Thera has described Mara as ‘the personification of the forces antagonistic to enlightenment.'” Now, of course, we have to also Google “Thera.”The subtitle gives us our first clue: “Ananda Requests Instruction.” The resultant title, “The Hells,” confirms our worst fears. Ananda asks how can there still be such destinies as hells, when “the essential nature of all Buddhas is the true reality?” and do they, the hells, conform to the formula of existing on their own, or are they based on the “deluded habits of living beings?” Graphic content alert: gory descriptions of hells, reminiscent of Dante's Inferno, based on various bad behavior and judgment calls.I would second Ananda's disbelief. I have always considered the threat of hell to be the curse of theism. It is bad enough that we suffer so, during our lifetime. Do we really need the threat of eternal perdition on top of that, adding the demeaning insult of the blame game, to the agony of existential injury?But it is clear that early Buddhism, at least, thought, and taught, the reality of the hells, long before Jesus Christ came on the scene. However, in Zen, these hells are considered to be the product of our own minds, and, like everything else in reality, impermanent. In one famous incident in the history of Zen, a monk goes into hell intentionally, to save his mother. How did he do that? I suppose it was in a dream within a dream. My mother appeared to me in a dream the night she died.Next, in “The Roles of Emotion and Thought,” Buddha explains how internal, as well as outer-directed, deluded habit-patterns develop, how autonomic processes entangle with mental desires and emotions, including the impulse to shun death, and to embrace life. Alive, we follow natural inclinations; after death, the various currents of our karma. These lead to all kinds of karmic consequences, unintended and intended, including falling into various kinds of hells, based on the degree of emotional dysfunction.“Ten Causes and Six Retributions” follow, developing Buddha's point that karmic retribution is brought upon ourselves by our intentional actions. This indicates, as an aside, that some actions may not entail karmic consequences, as they are not exactly intentional. A ray of sunshine at the end of the tunnel.Then comes the familiar lineup of the usual suspects: 1, Sexual desire, joined with physical contact, leading to intercourse; shout out to Schopenhauer. 2, Craving, with attraction, leads to plotting. 3, Arrogance and self-superiority, to competitiveness. Hilariously, Buddha points out that when the “Thus-Come-Ones” see this arrogance, they greet it with an expression, “taking a drink of stupidity.” 4, Hatred, with defiance, leads to confrontations. 5, Enticing others, plus conniving, to entrapment. 6, Falsehood, joined with deviousness, leads to insults. 7, Festering resentment, nursing a grudge, leads to vengeance. 8, Holding wrong views, joined to rejecting the opinions of others, leads to mistakes, such as that the self is real. 9, Blaming, joined to defamation, leads to false accusations. 10, Disputatiousness, joined to engagement, leads to vociferous court proceedings. Who would have thought that in Buddha's time the “see you in court,” hurled as an expletive, would echo as it does today? All these egregious habit-patterns are accompanied by the gnarly details of their consequences, along with the admonition to avoid them assiduously.Then a summary — of actions of the sense faculties — as the root causes of these consequences and retributions. “The Seven Destinies Are the Result of Karma” brings to a close this dystopian vision of all that can go wrong if only we follow our instinctual pursuit of pleasure. Buddha offers a bit of hope:Ananda, such is a detailed explanation of the seven destinies — of beings in the hells and of ghosts, animals, humans, ascetic masters, gods, and asuras. In their confusion, all are submerged in the attributes of the conditioned world. Their deluded mental activity leads them into rebirth in accordance with their karma. Within the wondrous perfect understanding that is the fundamental unconditioned mind, these destinies are like mirages of flowers seen in the sky. These destinies do not actually occupy any location; they are simply illusions. Even less do they signify anything real.Well, now you tell us! After scaring us half to death with apocalyptic visions of eternal suffering… it's all just overactive imagination? We have to cut Buddha some slack here, understanding that his original compassionate teachings have been strained through the filter of centuries of social, cultural and economic evolution, before they were committed to paper. Who can know how he may have couched his terms?This is the last of the Surangama Sextet. But we are not done yet. There is more — an appendix on the Fifty False states that may occur in each of the stages of meditation, through each of the aggregates of Form, Sensation, Perception, Formations, and Consciousness. Stay tuned. Don't go anywhere.* * *Elliston Roshi is guiding teacher of the Atlanta Soto Zen Center and abbot of the Silent Thunder Order. He is also a gallery-represented fine artist expressing his Zen through visual poetry, or “music to the eyes.”UnMind is a production of the Atlanta Soto Zen Center in Atlanta, Georgia and the Silent Thunder Order. You can support these teachings by PayPal to donate@STorder.org. Gassho.Producer: Kyōsaku Jon Mitchell
INVITÉE: Victoria Paronitti, personal trainer & nutritionniste thérapeute depuis 4 ans, j'ai créé Move-Lab en août 2020, salle sur la Côte, à côté de Genève. Si je devais résumer mon métier ça serait: j'apprends aux gens à bouger et manger pour leur santé et, surtout, à apprécier le processus. SPONSOR(S): Merci de soutenir le podcast avec notre sponsor: ► Moxy Monitor: https://www.moxymonitor.com/shop/ (5% de rabais avbvec le code: “UPSIDE”) LIENS: ► IG: https://www.instagram.com/victoriaparonitti/ ► IG: https://www.instagram.com/movelab.ch/ ► Interview Vidéo: https://youtu.be/rAkTQI2Wlwg SUJETS: 0:00 - Intro 2:36 - Start 2:46 - Background 11:06 - Devenir Coach 23:02 - Formations Continues 27:36 - Nutrition Appliquée 47:50 - Force Mentale 1:00:34 - Stress & Sommeil 1:10:16 - Projets d'avenir INFO PODCAST: ► Site Web Podcast: https://upsidestrength.podbean.com/ ► Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/3mroiB4 ► Spotify: http://spoti.fi/34jJtyX ► Episodes Complets (Playlist Youtube): http://bit.ly/3oSCkxe CONNECT: ► Abonne-toi pour voir plus de vidéos: http://bit.ly/1Xgr5y5 ► Podcast: https://upsidestrength.podbean.com/ ► WhatsApp: https://wa.me/41763949673 ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/seanseale ► LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/seanseale/ ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/upsidestrength ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/upsidestrength ► Tik Tok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZSgNAPQF/ EQUIPMENT & PROMOS: ▶︎ Moxy Monitor (hors CH, AUS, ITA, GER): https://www.moxymonitor.com/shop/ (code promo 5%: “UPSIDE”) ▶︎ Moxy Monitor (CH, AU, ITA, GER seulement): (email moi sur email@example.com pour un bon de rabais) ▶︎ Spirometer: http://ebay.to/2YCcSBj ▶︎ Idiag P-100: https://www.idiag.ch/en/idiag-p100-en/ (email moi sur firstname.lastname@example.org pour un code promo de 20%) ▶︎ The Breather: https://www.luftforlife.com/breather-fit/?ref=seanseale2 ▶︎ Strength Coach Network: https://strengthcoachnetwork.com/upside/?orid=15781 (50% de rabais sur ton premier mois) ▶︎ Sponts Conditioning Coaching Club: https://coaching-club.mn.co/ DISCLAIMER: Ces descriptions contiennent généralement des liens d'affiliation. Si vous décidez d'acheter un produit via l'un d'entre eux, je reçois une petite commission sans frais pour vous. Je n'approuve jamais des produits que je n'ai pas personnellement utilisés moi-même ou que je n'ai pas trouvés bénéfiques dans ma vie.
Formations are dispositionally conditioned conceptual choices that form the basis of all cognition. These talks on Dependent Co-Arising supplement a text available as a pdf at: sitagu.org/shortlinks/coarising/ (DC 22)
On parle des dessous du pendule avec Josée. Comment connecter avec lui, comment bien formuler nos questions, comment en prendre soin afin de réellement être en synergie avec celui-ci et avoir des guidances. Josée l'utilise tous les jours et a même développé une formation afin de pouvoir transmettre ses trucs aux autres. Tu souhaites contacter la soeur-cière invité.e afin de vivre une expérience transformatrice? Clique sur l'icône FORMATIONS après être entrée par ici. Tu souhaite participer au Programme Momentum afin de vivre de ton oeuvre aussi? C'est par ici! Merci d'avoir écouté cet épisode! Je suis vraiment honorée que tu sois ici et je serais en gratitude si tu pouvais me laisser un commentaire dans iTunes. De cette manière, on peut inspirer et retransmettre nos outils à encore plus de gens ☆☆☆☆☆ Con amor, Gaïa
Before we go into Euro 2020 mode for the next five weeks, Rob Pratley from The Chelsea Social joins Travis Flock and Ola to discuss Chelsea's possible ingoings & outgoings this Summer, while also looking at any possible formations changes Thomas Tuchel might look to add next season.
Elles font le marché, le 3ème mercredi du mois à 19h. Le premier podcast sur le marché de l'art au regard féminin. Proposé par Les Soirées des Femmes du marché de l'art et Art District Radio. Une série de documentaires sonores de 28 min. qui croise témoignages, réflexion et expertise de celles qui évoluent au sein du marché de l'art français pour l'évoquer sous le prisme de leur regard de femmes. Accéder à la page du podcast ici Pour cet épisode estival qui coïncide avec la fin des cursus et l'approche des grandes vacances, Julie est partie à la rencontre d'étudiantes qui se destinent aux métiers du marché de l'art. Héloïse, Camille, Milena, Marina et Constance, 5 jeunes femmes qui sont en niveau master ou tout juste diplômées et qui ont déjà une idée assez précise du chemin professionnel qu'elle souhaite entreprendre post-études. Ces témoignages reflètent la diversité des cursus qui existent aujourd'hui. Depuis une dizaine d'années, il y a une explosion des formations hybrides qui préparent aux métiers du marché de l'art, que ce soit au sein des universités ou au sein d'écoles privées spécialisées. Comment s'orienter, que choisir, la fac ou une école privée ? Faut-il faire la même formation pour devenir commissaire-priseur, experte, galeriste, marchande... ? Pour nous éclairer sur ce panorama des formations, Julie a rencontré deux femmes qui sont en charge de ces cursus, l'une à l'université, l'autre au sein d'une école privée : la première, Sabine Berger est maître de conférence à Sorbonne Universités et co-responsable pédagogique de la double licence « Histoire de l'Art - Droit » coordonnée par Sorbonne Universités et Paris II Assas et participante au Master II professionnel « Droit du Marché et du Patrimoine artistique » à Paris II-Panthéon-Assas. La seconde, Cynthia Cervantes, est spécialiste du management culturel, responsable du département international à l'IESA (Ecole internationale des métiers de la culture et du marché de l'art), à savoir du parcours Bachelor et MBA intégralement dispensé en anglais. Une chose n'a pas changé : les femmes sont toujours les plus nombreuses sur les bancs de l'école, au sein de ces formations - en très grande majorité d'ailleurs ! - par contre, elles sont beaucoup moins minoritaires à des postes clefs sur le marché du travail. . Idée originale : Céline Aâssila & Julie Chaizemartin Narration : Julie Chaizemartin Réalisation : Art District Radio Visuel logo : Mojito Fraise
Pour cet épisode estival qui coïncide avec la fin des cursus et l'approche des grandes vacances, Julie est partie à la rencontre d'étudiantes qui se destinent aux métiers du marché de l'art. Héloïse, Camille, Milena, Marina et Constance, 5 jeunes femmes qui sont en niveau master ou tout juste diplômées et qui ont déjà une idée assez précise du chemin professionnel qu'elle souhaite entreprendre post-études. Ces témoignages reflètent la diversité des cursus qui existent aujourd'hui. Depuis une dizaine d'années, il y a une explosion des formations hybrides qui préparent aux métiers du marché de l'art, que ce soit au sein des universités ou au sein d'écoles privées spécialisées. Comment s'orienter, que choisir, la fac ou une école privée ? Faut-il faire la même formation pour devenir commissaire-priseur, experte, galeriste, marchande... ? Pour nous éclairer sur ce panorama des formations, Julie a rencontré deux femmes qui sont en charge de ces cursus, l'une à l'université, l'autre au sein d'une école privée : la première, Sabine Berger est maître de conférence à Sorbonne Universités et co-responsable pédagogique de la double licence « Histoire de l'Art - Droit » coordonnée par Sorbonne Universités et Paris II Assas et du Master II professionnel « Droit du Marché et du Patrimoine artistique » à Paris II-Assas. La seconde, Cynthia Cervantes, est spécialiste du management culturel, responsable du département international à l'IESA (Ecole internationale des métiers de la culture et du marché de l'art), à savoir du parcours Bachelor et MBA intégralement dispensé en anglais. Une chose n'a pas changé : les femmes sont toujours les plus nombreuses sur les bancs de l'école, au sein de ces formations - en très grande majorité d'ailleurs ! - par contre, elles sont beaucoup moins minoritaires à des postes clefs sur le marché du travail. . Idée originale : Céline Aâssila & Julie Chaizemartin Narration : Julie Chaizemartin Réalisation : Art District Radio Visuel logo : Mojito Fraise Elles font le marché, le 3ème mercredi du mois à 19h. Le premier podcast sur le marché de l'art au regard féminin. Proposé par Les Soirées des Femmes du marché de l'art et Art District Radio. Une série de documentaires sonores de 28 min. qui croise témoignages, réflexion et expertise de celles qui évoluent au sein du marché de l'art français pour l'évoquer sous le prisme de leur regard de femmes. Accéder à la page du podcast ici
Our very first episode! Welcome to the Windy City Wingers. This Episode was recorded on May 3rd, 2021, and will cover soccer games from the weekend of May 1st. 00:57 Intro Talks - Host, Alex Herrmann, sets the table for the rest of the show. 1:47 Homer Section: Chicago Fire - As mainly a Chicago soccer podcast, we will break down games from the past week/weekend for the MLS' Chicago Fire every episode. This week, NY Red Bulls vs the Fire, Saturday May 1st. 23:30 Homer Section: Chicago Red Stars - As mainly a Chicago soccer podcast, we will be reviewing games from the past week/weekend for the NWSL's Chicago Red Stars every episode. This week, OL Reign vs the Red Stars, Tuesday April 27th. 26:32 Game of the Week! (GOTW) - At the end of every episode, we will share our game of the week for the next iteration of the show. Please join us in watching the game as we will be breaking it down for you in our GOTW section in the next episode. This could come from anywhere in the world and any league. Email us if you have suggestions! This week: MLS regular season action. Minnesota vs Austin, Saturday May 1st. 38:41 Brady's Tactical Session - Listen in as Brady Olson teaches concepts of the beautiful game, starting from the very basics and moving into the more complex. This week: Formations! 43:25 Tottenham Section - Brady Olson simply would not do a soccer podcast without talking some Spurs from the English Premier League. 44:54 Liverpool Section - David Kolaczkowski simply would not do a soccer podcast without talking about his favorite team, Liverpool, from his favorite league, the English Premier league. 52:45 Rest of the World Section (ROTW) - Here we touch on significant happenings around the world of soccer. If you have teams/leagues we don't hit enough, send us an email! 56:33 GOTW Reveal! 59:00 Closing Thoughts - We'll typically do some predictions, point out other important games, and preview the Fire and/or Red Stars' next matchup. Often random, always fun!
40:Who You Are - Brent Dearmon - Middle Tennessee Support The Channel Alex Kirby - http://throwdeeppublishing.com/CBFootballKenny Simpson - https://FBCoachSimpson.com?aff=5Plan To Win Book - https://gumroad.com/a/162993267/nGEbobPatreon - https://www.patreon.com/CoachBandstra 0:35 Transition to Middle Tenn 1:30 Applying Math to Football 2:55 His HS Offense/Working for Malzahn 5:50 Taking over Offense Mid-Season 8:30 Lessons from Covid 11:25 Pre & Post Snap Reads 14:15 Practice 16:50 Step Overs/Agile Bags 19:20 Preparing QBs/Coverages 21:50 Testing QBs 23:25 RB Alignments 26:00 Formations 28:05 Using The H/FB 31:00 3 High Safety Defenses 33:15 RPOs vs Certain Coverages 34:40 Adding RPOs 36:45 Adding Tempo & One Word Calls 38:20 Exp. Plays 41:20 Typical Offseason 43:55 Who you are Brent Dearmon Offensive Coordinator Middle Tennessee State Univ. Twitter: @BrentDearmon Coachtube: https://coachtube.com/search?q=brent+dearmon Book Link: https://books.apple.com/us/book/the-evolution-of-the-rpo/id1252092618 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nicholas-bandstra/support
39:Implementing Data - Rich Worsell - Univ. Of Akron Support The Channel Alex Kirby - http://throwdeeppublishing.com/CBFootball Kenny Simpson - https://FBCoachSimpson.com?aff=5 Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/CoachBandstra 0:40 Background 7:00 What he does 10:45 How data affects practice 12:50 Practice efficiency 17:45 Play call sheets 20:35 Formations 22:40 Important data 26:40 Daily routine 28:50 Scouting new coaches/opponents 30:20 Advice for HS OCs 33:35 Implementing data at small schools 37:25 Offseason Study/Breakdown 39:55 Wrap-up Rich Worsell Director of Research & Analytics Univ. of Akron Twitter: @Coach_Worsell --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nicholas-bandstra/support
Sponsors Alex Kirby - http://throwdeeppublishing.com/CBFootball Affiliates Kenny Simpson - https://FBCoachSimpson.com?aff=5 1:35 Background 4:13 philosophy & thought process 5:27 goals 8:56 base/pre-shift 9:55 spread punt (bread and butter) 12:10 film 19:25 wing punt 20:54 film 21:34 Trips punt 24:05 film 25:12 tight punt 26:02 spread trips punt 30:00 married to shield? 31:10 how much to carry each week 33:10 contact info Cody Bartz JV STC Highland High School Gilbert, Arizona Twitter: @CoachBartz email: email@example.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nicholas-bandstra/support
There’s a long history of campaigns to “save the children,” whether they need saving or not. This week, On the Media looks at the latest: an effort to block access to medical care for trans kids. Plus, how years of Hollywood representation — from The Crying Game to Transparent — have shaped the public’s ideas about trans people. 1. Katelyn Burns [@transscribe], freelance journalist and co-host of the "Cancel Me, Daddy!" podcast, on the the politics and propaganda behind the recent wave of anti-trans legislation, and Jack Turban [@jack_turban], fellow in child and adolescent psychiatry at Stanford University School of Medicine, on what the science tells us about gender affirming care in adolescence. Listen. 2. Jules Gill-Petersen [@gp_jls], professor of english and gender, sexuality, and women's studies at the University of Pittsburgh and author of Histories of the Transgender Child, on the long history of trans children. Listen. 3. Imara Jones [@imarajones], creator of TransLash media and host of the TransLash podcast, on how trans visibility paves the way toward trans liberation. Listen. 4. Sam Feder [@SamFederFilm], director of the Netflix documentary “Disclosure," on how Hollywood representations of trans lives have shaped the public understanding of who trans people are. Listen. Music: Prelude 7: Sign and Sigil - John Zorn Totem Ancestor - John Cage Blackbird - Brad Mehldau Harpsichord - Four Tet Peace Piece - Bill Evans - Kronos Quartet Black Is the Color / Theme from "Spartacus" - Fred Hersch After the Fact - John Scofield
Murray answers this question from one of our patrons, Mythic Lore; 'What is known / reasonably theorised about the formations and tactics used during the late bronze age (Mycenaeans, Hittites, Luwians - Trojan War, etc)?' Like the podcast? Why not become a patron? https://www.patreon.com/ancientwarfarepodcast
It's time to talk about "Curriculum Unavailable," where the clips may be fake but the friendships are real! And speaking of real friendships, Jenn's joined this week by returning real-world friends from the Halloween Spooktacular: Thomas (@ThomasAHester2), Ethan, and Danielle!The group discusses how this fake clip show stacks up against its predecessor, Abed in pseudo-therapy, Chang's descent into madness, and more! Enjoy!Our recommended media:Invincible (Amazon Prime)Falcon and the Winter Soldier (Disney+)The Ringer-Verse Podcast"Talking Back, Talking Black: Truths About America's Lingua Franca" by John McWhorterJujutsu Kaisen (Crunchyroll)The First Rainbow Coalition (PBS)"The Wangs Versus the World" by Jade ChangThe Big Sick (Amazon Prime)Sound of Metal (Amazon Prime)Donate if you're able to the Loveland Therapy Fund for Black Women and Girls!
Sponsors Alex Kirby - http://throwdeeppublishing.com/CBFootball Affiliates Kenny Simpson - https://FBCoachSimpson.com?aff=5 Coach Bandstra's Patreon https://www.patreon.com/CoachBandstra 0:50 Being A Coaches Son 2:07 Working w/ Dad 2:50 Other Influences 4:00 The Option 5:15 Favorite Option Play 6:28 Data he tracks 7:55 Defenses he sees 11:45 Formations 13:05 Why Belly Option? 14:18 Blocking vs. Fronts or Rules 15:58 Rules 16:04 vs. 5-2 (TE Side) 16:54 vs. Split (Open Side) 17:15 Film w/Q&A 22:45 Install Schedule 24:13 Who he studies? Kelley Lee Head Coach Eastern New Mexico Univ. Twitter: @CoachKelleyLee Coachtube: https://coachtube.com/users/kelley_lee --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nicholas-bandstra/support
Ce jeudi 8 avril, les programmes de formation en réalité virtuelle proposés par l'entreprise pour prendre la parole en public ont été abordés par Lorraine Goumot et Sofia Rufin, directrice générale de 5Discovery dans la chronique La pépite dans l'émission Good morning business présentée par Sandra Gandoin et Christophe Jakubyszyn sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.
Seattle Sounders Head Coach Brian Schmetzer chats with Alexi and discusses the challenges of managing different personalities during COVID-19, trying new offensive formations, dealing with Jordan Morris’ ACL injury, and offers some constructive criticism for Alexi and the rest of the media world. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Brett/Jason Cundy was joined by Bomber and Phil after the Blackpool victory over Posh to look at the upcoming SAFC league fixture with Joey F*cking Barton's Bristol Rovers... You can listen for FREE on Acast, iTunes, Spotify, & YouTube - get stuck in. What's the crack? Formation, formation, formation; How many players are the lads fitting on the pitch this week?How positive are we ahead of Saturday's game?The lads play shag/marry/avoid with Wyke, Jones and McGeady and (inadvertently) answer some listener questions...Cheers for listening! HAWAY THE LADS! #SAFC #EFL See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this GCP Short, produced in collaboration with Friends of the Podcast the State of Vermont, Richard is joined by Sandy Bigglestone, Director of Captive Insurance at the State, and others to discuss the recent surge in formation activity. Dan Youngs, CFO at Lancaster County Solid Waste Management Authority (LCSWMA), explains why they formed a captive earlier this year. Sustainable Assurance Company actually became the 1,200th captive licensed by Vermont in its 40 year history as a domicile. Steve McElhiney, of Artex, expands upon what made LCSWMA an ideal case for a new pure captive and the wider trends driving new formations. For more information on the State of Vermont, visit their Friends of the Podcast page on the GCP website: https://www.globalcaptivepodcast.com/state-of-vermont You can subscribe to the Global Captive Podcast on iTunes, Apple Podcasts, Spotify or any other podcast app. Read the first edition of GCP Insights here: www.globalcaptivepodcast.com/gcp-insights Contact Richard: firstname.lastname@example.org Visit the website: www.globalcaptivepodcast.com Follow us on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/global-captive-podcast/ Twitter & Instagram: @captivepodcast
Merci de soutenir le podcast avec notre sponsor: - Strength Coach Network: https://cutt.ly/upsideSCN 50% de rabais sur ton premier mois INVITÉ: Claudia , ex-sportive de haut niveau dans le football , est aujourd’hui Personal Trainer sur la Côte d’Azur. Passionnée et diplômée des sciences de l’entraînement et de la nutrition. Elle aime aller à l’encontre des mythes et des idées reçues dans ces domaines. Spécialisée également dans le développement et l’accompagnement mental dans les défis de volonté. Et accessoirement distributrice de good vibes. LIENS: ► Podia : https://claudiapersonaltrainer.podia.com ►Chaîne youtube : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU-qRFexP-U32t79DtiVvug ►Compte Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/claudiapersonaltrainer/?hl=fr ► Interview Vidéo: https://youtu.be/sMtPoVMYDdo INFO PODCAST: ► Site Web Podcast: https://upsidestrength.podbean.com/ ► Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/3mroiB4 ► Spotify: http://spoti.fi/34jJtyX PLAYLISTS PODCAST: ► Episodes Complets (Playlist): http://bit.ly/3oSCkxe ► Extraits en Anglais (Playlist): http://bit.ly/3gRmAry ► Extraits en Francais (Playlist): http://bit.ly/2K1IoVK SUJETS: 0:00 - Intro 0:43 - Start 1:01 - Background 3:13 - Le foot à haut niveau 7:43 - Devenir coach 15:43 - Vie active et saine 26:19 - Nutrition 34:39 - Troubles du comportement alimentaire 45:06 - Réseaux Sociaux 49:09 - Remettre en question ses croyances 51:39 - Formations 54:29 - Questions courtes CONNECT: ► Abonne-toi pour voir plus de vidéos: http://bit.ly/1Xgr5y5 ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/seanseale ► LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/seanseale/ ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/upsidestrength ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/upsidestrength ► Tik Tok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZSgNAPQF/ DISCLAIMER: Ces descriptions contiennent généralement des liens d'affiliation. Si vous décidez d'acheter un produit via l'un d'entre eux, je reçois une petite commission sans frais pour vous. Je n'approuve jamais des produits que je n'ai pas personnellement utilisés moi-même ou que je n'ai pas trouvés bénéfiques dans ma vie.
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-US men's national team January camp -Thoughts on Gregg Berhalter so far as USMNT manager -Americans in the January transfer window -Hypothetical transfers for some of the biggest players/clubs in the world -Frank Lampard out, Thomas Tuchel in. What does it mean for Christian Pulisic? -Talking some tactics; discussing whether playing 3 defenders can actually helpbuilding out of the back. email@example.com Instagram: @othtpodcast Twitter: @othtpodcast TikTok: @othtpodcast Please follow/subscribe on all platforms. Send questions/suggestions to our email or on any of our social media and we will answer them on the podcast.
I’m sorry that I wasn’t able to post an episode last week. It was a crazy week and with everything going on I just didn’t have the time to finish the episode and get it posted. I lead two virtual meetings for the D License course that I’m an instructor for. The rec season organizational...
On today’s episode of RTP we talk with Travis Robinson. Coach Robinson is the Head Coach of the San Antonio Titans. Listen as we talk with Coach Robinson about Empty and No Back formations. You can follow Coach Robinson on Twitter @CoachT_Robinson. This episode of Run the Power is brought to you by Legend Rings. Legend Rings is THE official ring supplier of Run The Power podcast. The team at Legend Rings wants to help you celebrate your regional and state championship title this season! Their goal is to make your championship ring purchase simple, easy, and affordable from design to delivery! Check them out at www.LegendRings.com or email INFO@legendrings.com to get started, let them know that Run The Power sent you and they will make your ring for free! This episode of Run the Power is brought to you by Just Play Solutions. Just Play provides coaches with football playbook and game planning tools to prepare faster and engage with today’s athlete. Create and organize your playbook with terminology, diagrams, video, and assignments. Just Play has a limited offer for RTP listeners only. Get My Just Play PRO for $120. That is $60 off normal list price. This offer ends June 1st. Get this deal at justplaysolutions.com/rtp/. The best playbook tool on the market! Don't wait, do it today! Learn more at justplaysolutions.com/rtp/ This episode of Run The Power is brought to you by TeamBuildr. TeamBuildr is again offering coaches a free In-season Football Strength Program. As you may recall, the New England Patriots squat up to 90% of their 1-Rep Max deep into the playoffs. If your in-season strength and conditioning philosophy is to "maintain," then you are doing it wrong. You can get the program once you start a 14-day trial with TeamBuildr. Just reach out and tell them that you heard from Rowdy and the RTP podcast or use Code RTP when you sign up for your free trial at TeamBuildr.com