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This week on Gunslinger's Gateway: The Bookkeepers finally reunite with their beloved kobold...and make some startling discoveries in the tunnels beneath Bidr. Are they on the right path? And what troubles will the face in the magma chambers?
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Did you know gratitude is more than just saying what you are thankful for? Gratitude is the antidote to fear, anxiety and stress. It's a dose of happiness, wellbeing, and even optimism, despite the odds. Studies have proven that gratitude can actually enhance your creative problem solving abilities. When you experience positive emotions you tap more of your mind. When you are stressed out your thinking is more rigid, reducing your creative thinking. When you are less stressed you are more open to innovative ideas, and able to make more meaningful connections that lead to new ideas. In this episode I explore how gratitude is the gateway to creativity and three steps to help you get grateful in any situation. Tamara's Everyday Innovator style is Risk Taker Experiential. What's yours? Sticky Inspiration: Gratitude is the gateway to your creative mind Lesson & Action: Get grateful, connect emotions and do it daily with intention Connect with me on Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn Join our global Everyday Innovators community on Facebook Raw Podcast Transcript: Welcome back everybody. Your host, Tamara here, author of the Books. Innovation is Everybody's Business and Think Sideways and creator of the Innovation Quotient Edge Assessment. The only tool out there that helps you discover your natural innovator strengths. So that you can ignite innovation, influence others, and make an impact. I am so thankful to be here today, and I think that falls right in line with our topic of discussion for the day, which is gratitude. now, I'm not here today to talk about gratitude in their traditional sense and why you should be a grateful person. I think we all know. We all know that it, you know, leads to a life of abundance. We know that. It makes us feel good. We know we should be thankful for the things that we have had, that we currently have that we're going to achieve. I think that's all a part of it. I think that's all really important. But I'm gonna take a little bit of a different. , did you know that gratitude is more, so much more than just saying what you are thankful for? Gratitude is actually the antidote for fear, anxiety, and stress. It combats all those things. It is actually a dose of happiness. Well, and even optimism despite the odds. Here's the cool part about gratitude. Studies have proven that gratitude can actually enhance your creative problem solving abilities. Isn't that cool? So when you experience positive emotions, you actually tap more of your mind. It's why when I find myself a little bit stuck in a rudd or getting really frustrated because I can't figure out how to do something, or you know, the email I need to write, or the solution to that big problem, whatever it is, instead of just white knuckling through it, sometimes I'll just stop and write out a list of the things that I'm grateful for and get myself into that. not just because I don't wanna be all curmudgeony and negative, I don't want that, but also because I need to tap more of my mind to solve the problem. And the funny part is I often find that when I do that, when I'm stuck and I stop and just take a second to be grateful for things that that solution that I've been looking for, that path to success, that innovative idea that's been alluding me is actually right in front of my face. Funny how that works isn't. According to the Stress Rx founder, Peter slac, hope I'm saying your name right. Gratitude affects the Olympic system of your brain replacing fear, dread, doubt, and cynicism with gratitude, joy, and possibility. Now, I think we all know that fear, dread, doubt, and cynicism, those things suck us under, don't they? They make us insecure. They tend to lead to bad decisions when we. decisions based on fear doesn't often go well, does it more often, not dread, doubt, cynicism. Those things make us feel small, play small. It keeps our ideas close in and incremental, so we never get that. Those innovative, creative solutions are gonna really help us move things forward, but gratitude replaces those with joy and possib. Those are the things that tap more of your brain. So like I was saying, if I feel particularly stuck or kind of in the weeds of a challenge, I can't seem to get my head out of, or if I know I'm going into a stressful situation, like a big meeting or a, a conversation with someone that I know is gonna be tough, I'll actually not just take five minutes to plan out. What am I gonna say? What is the outcome I'm looking for? I'll actually take five minutes to write down what I'm grateful for in the moment. , and I'll also write down how that gratitude makes me feel. I'm gonna talk more about that emotion part in a minute. And often that list includes small things, like a hot cup of coffee or warm house slippers, or big things like the opportunity ahead of me, or the success I've had, or you know, all the everyday innovators in our community that show up to our, on our live events all the time. It can be a range of things. So what I wanna do, For our sticky inspiration and for our lesson for today is I wanna get right to it, and I wanna give you three things that you can do to reduce stress and increase gratitude so that you can get to those innovative ideas. You can get to that place of happiness and joy and possibility because it's in that. that we find the solutions that we're looking for, we find the innovative ideas that push us further faster. Okay. Here's what I want you to do. Number one, I want you to list out 10 things you are grateful for. Now, I know 10 may seem like a lot, but it will push you to look past the obvious and find gratitude in the small and. unnoticed things. I'm gonna share with you in a minute my list, and you'll see as I'm going through my list, some of 'em are pretty obvious and some of 'em, it took me a second to get to them, but once I, once I got there, I was really happy that I did. So, 10 things that you're grateful for. Then number two is I want you to take five minutes to record your. After you make your list, think about the feelings gratitude brings you. Think about the things on your list, how they make you feel. Perhaps it's joy, peace, or just simply feeling less stressed or accomplished. Here's the reason why we do it with emotions. Emotions are like, Best way to say data logs in our brain. And so we wanna connect what we're grateful for with emotions we wanna feel, because that emotions, when we unlock those positive emotions, that's where we unlock our best everyday innovator inside of us. So this will help us connect our brains to the happy feelings that come with gratitude, to the feelings that get us to that better place and lead us to actions. You know, we always talk about being logical creatures with some emotions, but the reality is we're emotional creature. with a little bit of logic or a little bit of action. Emotions drive not just our thinking, but our actions, and they happen fast. So we wanna connect those feelings that we get from the gratitude and the things that we're listing out to the actual emotions that they create, so that we can imprint those on our brain and we can access those quickly and when we need them most. So then number three is practice. Writing down what you're grateful for every day isn't just being about good person. That's all great, but also it's about continuing to open up those creative problem solving skills and positive emotions. It continually puts you into that frame of mind of being the everyday innovator that you are. Now, if you've taken our assessment and you know your everyday innovator style, it will access that. with a snap of a finger. So I'm a risk taker, experiential, so I'm all about bold, tangible innovation. So when I create gratitude, I go into my best self, into my most innovative self, almost instantly. For someone who's a collaborative, inquisitive, who's about whole and deep innovation, right? Doing their gratitude list is gonna access that and their way of being innovative and their think. instantly. For someone who's a futuristic, imaginative who's all about forward novel innovation, it's gonna tap that instantly. So I think practicing gratitude shouldn't just happen in the moments where you need it most. Absolutely use it there, but also if we start to do it every day, we get the compounding benefits of it. So number one, list out 10 things you are grateful for. Push yourself to really list out. Number two, take five minutes to record your emotions, imprint the emotions connected to that list into your brain so that you can tap those feelings, get the benefit of those feelings in that moment and all the other times you need it. And number three, with intention practice daily so that you can step into being an everyday innovator. Every single. All right, so as I was recording this just a few minutes before I hit record, actually, I wrote down the 10 things I'm grateful for today and the emotions that they connected that connected to them. So let me share these with you and you'll see what I mean about why 10 million matters. So number one is the sun window next to me while I work, I have a big, I guess it's called a storybook window. You know when it's kind of like a, so almost a floor ceiling window and it lets in the morning sun and it feels so good against my face, against my arm as I'm working. I love it. So number one, as I love this, I'm so grateful for this window and my little workspace. Number two, I'm so grateful that I can work virtually and from anywhere. And in fact, yesterday I got. From a, how long was I on four or five day trip? Here's the thing. I wanted to go check out this area, this beautiful lake, and um, but I had work to do, I had live events, right? I had a deep dive. I had an innovation jam session. I had some elite coaches, those who are certified, I had an event for them, but guess what? I can work from anywhere. So I worked from this Airbnb on this lake and. Amazing. So I'm so grateful. As tired as I am today, my first day kind of back at my desk, I'm grateful that really with some planning, I can work from just about anywhere. Number three, I'm super grateful for our new puppy barley, who is a St. Bernard. Um, My fiance and I went to Switzerland. In fact, that's where we got engaged and then we fell in love with the area we were in Lake Tune and with St. Bernard's. Oh my gosh, they're the most beautiful, big cuddle buns ever. So we got one, and she's amazing. And her name is Burley. So I'm grateful for that. I'm grateful. Number four, that I have a soon-to-be husband that shares the big dreams that I have, and not just always that they're the same, but. He like me, dreams really big, almost to others, unrealistic, but to us, something to go for. I'm so grateful to be with someone who dreams in a way that others seem unreal, seems unrealistic, and to both of us is like, yeah, that's what we're gonna go for. I love that. It's really important to be with someone who has that same level of dreams that you do. Okay. Number five. I'm grateful for the fact that when I got home last night, The house was only slightly messy. So this morning I only had to spend a little bit cleaning up. The, my two boys were here watching our dog and watching the house and hanging out. And, um, you know, I thought I was gonna come back to a hurricane, but I didn't. So when I woke up this morning, I was grateful that it just took me a few minutes to clean some things up. Thanks boys. All right, number six. I'm grateful for my CrossFit gym, Mach 9 83. I love that place. The community's amazing. The people are amazing. They. , even though I go at five o'clock in the morning, which I know sounds crazy to some people, I just always walk away happier than when I walked in. I just love being with those people. Number seven, I'm grateful for my coffee mug, which is this super cool mug that I got when I was visiting Alaska, and it's black and red and white and it's got that cool kinda like tribal pattern on it. I just love it. Number eight. . I am grateful for the pictures of my family that I have on the wall in front of my desk so that I get to look at them, and it reminds me of the people that I love. Number nine, I'm pretty grateful that the house is quiet right now while I'm recording this. You know, this whole open floor plan seemed like a great idea until we were all home all the time, and now I'm like, I don't know. I think I need a door. So right now I'm pretty grateful that the house is quiet and there isn't so much noise going on that I have to stop every five. I have those days too. Okay. Number 10. The last thing I'm grateful for is the fact that in, when I'm done with this recording, I've gotta pack up, take my boys out for spring break tomorrow. So we're headed on a little road trip and I'm pretty excited to, to get going and explore some new places with them. So I got a lot. That's my 10 to be grateful for. But you can see when you do 10, you gotta really stretch yourself and think about some things that maybe you overlook on a day-to-day basis, like my mug, things like that. I also wanted to share with you that the emotions that I connected with it and that I want to imprint in my brain. So there's 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 of them. So the first one is I feel accomplished in myself. Like I built a business that allows me to work virtually, that I work with amazing people. I've got this globe full of everyday innovators. That's just so cool and all of you impact me and teach me so much so, but I feel accomplished that I worked hard to get to this place and I've got more than I wanna accomplish. But that sense of accomplishment actually keeps me going. The second emotion I wrote down is satisfied. I'm satisfied that I'm doing my best, trying my best, giving it my all going for those unrealistic dreams. Number three is happiness just makes me happy. My mug makes me happy. Drinking coffee out of it makes me happy. Looking at my family makes me happy, and that leads me to my second emotion, which of course is love. I look around, I'm surrounded by the people and the things that remind me of those people and experiences that I. The next one I wrote down was excitement. Um, you know, I've got some more travel coming, I've got more big things happening at work. So that leads to excitement. And that excitement for me is like a bunch of really excited butterflies that forced me into action because the butterflies are excited to get going. And then lastly, the other emotion I had was hunger, right? In an emotional sense to achieve more. So, I look at all these things and I get so grateful, and then I'm grateful for the fact that I'm gonna keep going and that there's more to achieve. And it makes me a little. So accomplished, satisfied, happy, love, excitement, hunger. Those are the emotions that are attached to these. And as you can see, I'm grateful for a lot of things, big and small for my 10 things here today. And those emotions really matter because those are the emotions that unlock. The creative problem solving the strategic thinking. I mean, just to really sum it all up, it unlocks your everyday innovator mind, which I'll tell you again, the research has shown as we dug into the neuroscience, behavioral psychology of it all. Being innovative is universal. We all do it. However, how we innovate is unique to each of us, and in fact, have you have not gone and taken the iqe, the innovation, quotion Edge assessment. And discovered your everyday innovator style. I would jump over to the website and do it. I'm sure there's a link in the show notes on our webpage everywhere else. Go to launch street.com as a website. You can find it there. I would encourage you to go do that because knowing how you innovate is gonna make it so much easier to access. Knowing your strengths. It's gonna make it so much easier, less stressful, less exhausting. For you to actually become that everyday innovator across work and life and being that everyday innovator is what gets you what you're going after. That was so not articulate, , but you get my point, right? It's what gets you to your goals and your dreams and what gets you around and under and through those brick walls that are holding you back, kind of both mentally and right in front of you, in reality, in real world. So go take the assessment. , if you haven't. There are nine triggers, ways that we as human innovate, and what each of us has is something called a unique everyday innovator style. No two are alike. Where we have two that are our top two power triggers, our wellspring of innovation, and then one dormant trigger, which is our least powerful play. So for example, I'm an a risk taker and experiential, that's my power. Those are my power triggers. My dormant trigger is collaborative. I will talk more about what that really means. What I want you to do, forget about me, is I want you to find out about you and how you. and when we're done with this podcast, how about you go write up 10 things that you're grateful for, write down those emotions and make gratitude a part of your everyday practice so that you can be an everyday innovator all day, every day. Tamara Out.
The Final Word Cricket Podcast
Season 13, Ep 27: And with that, it was done. Ahmedabad receded into the distance. Mumbai vanished into the night. Those weeks were left behind. So we turn out attention to Bangladesh, where the Tigers have just whitewashed world champions England in a T20 series, and friend of the show Mohammad Isam has been watching as always. Also this week, Temba Bavuma breaks through against West Indies, New Zealand finish another classic against Sri Lanka, the National Indigenous Cricket Championships are over with a new winner for the first time, the Shield gets spicy, and Shaun Marsh says goodbye to the long game. Your Nerd Pledge number for this week: 5.51 - Lucas Stewart Here's the Bangladesh website for Isam's new book, On the Tigers' Trail. Join us for the Edinburgh half-marathon on 28 May to raise funds for the Lord's Taverners. Register to run at this link or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Donate to support the runners here. Or learn about other Tavs projects by joining their mailing list at bit.ly/tavssignup. Send us a Nerd Pledge at patreon.com/thefinalword Find previous episodes at finalwordcricket.com 20% off primo WoodstockCricket.co.uk bats with the code TFW20 Title track by Urthboy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode Brett talks about player collecting as a gateway into cool sets. He shares talks about the benefits and exposure into cool collecting projects. Sign up for the Stacking Slabs Weekly Rip Newsletter using this linkSign up for Card Ladder and show your support for the show by using this linkFollow Stacking Slabs: | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | Tiktok
ResortLoop.com - A Walt Disney World Podcast!
Tim and Dawn deliver recent Walt Disney World News! They cover A waterpark, a concert series, a Disney Cruise Line sweepstakes, and more! You can enter the Disney Cruise Line 25th Anniversary Sweepstakes Here! Thank you for downloading and listening to ResortLoop.com - The Gateway to the Magic! Looking for Tim's Clarabel the Cow Speedo?! Please Stand Clear of the Doors! To receive a free, no-obligation quote visit us at Resort Loop Travel! If you would like to consider supporting the show visit ResortLoop.com/support! Exclusive Resort Loop Gear is available at our TeePublic store! Join our Facebook group here! Thank you for downloading Episode 859 of The Resort Loop Podcast!
The spiritual path is a hidden gateway which leads us from the darkness to emerge into the light. This week's guest, Jesston Williams, host of the podcast “The Hidden Gateway,” describes his journey to heal from trauma, overcome fear and find his purpose to help others through developing his spiritual gifts and sharing his message . Highlights: How Spirit led Jesston to start a podcast. The Hidden Gateway podcast focuses on the topics around reaching human potential and challenging the narrative. Jesston shares some of the most memorable guests & topics on his podcast - the paranormal, alien abductions, shadow people, etc. Explorations out of body with the Gateway Experience. Delving into the many repercussions of his childhood physical and psychological abuse by his father. How did Jesston's psychic abilities develop? Conversations with loved ones on the other side. Jesston received spiritual downloads about the real story of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. How does Jesston perceive the Shift? Are we in Spiritual Warfare? What happened during his Ayahuasca experience? What helped him to overcome his fears? Jesston Williams is the host of The Hidden Gateway Podcast, Executive Director for Tangelic, a board member with Fund For Empowerment, and author of "In the Eye of the Father: A Memoir of Faith and Redemption." At the core of Jesston's mission is his love of spreading wisdom, love, and knowledge to launch one's path to self-knowledge and incorporate the Divine whispers that always lie in our heart. TheHiddenGateway.com If you're enjoying listening to Beyond the Illusion Podcast, please leave a rating on Apple or Google Podcasts. This helps other people to find us.
Young Money with Tracey Bissett
Today's episode is all about the importance of managing your money mindset and the impact this can have on your financial success. A leading expert in business finance, Nathalie Noisette joins the podcast to offer valuable insights into why credit is foundational in today's society, as well as how it can affect your perception of risk and trust when it comes to financial institutions. Listen in as Nathalie shares practical tips and success strategies to eradicate debt, improve your credit score, and avoid common missteps when managing your finances. You'll learn the significance of having a healthy money mindset and how to make wise financial decisions to achieve long-term success. “It doesn't matter where you are in your life, credit is foundational. Credit is really just the intersection between risk and trust.” - Nathalie Noisette This Week on Young Money: Nathalie's inspiration for her book. Why credit is critical in today's society. Why she is so passionate about helping single mothers. How to improve your relationship with money. The importance of managing your mindset. Key takeaways: Work on your credit. Learn your emotional triggers. Look at your numbers. Understand what you truly need versus what you want. Connect with Nathalie Noisette: Website TikTok Instagram LinkedIn Resources Mentioned: Converted: Uncover The Hidden Strategies You Need To Easily Achieve Massive Credit Score Success Rate, Share & Inspire Other Young Millionaires-in-the-Making Thanks for tuning into the Young Money Podcast - the advice show for young millionaires-in-the-making! If you enjoyed this week's episode, head over to Apple Podcasts and leave us a rating and review. Visit our website to learn how easy it is to leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Don't forget to share your favorite episodes on social media! Follow the Young Money Podcast on iTunes so you never miss an episode and reach out to us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, our LinkedIn Company Page, or by visiting our website.
Ask Angels Podcast with Melanie Beckler
The Equinox Gateway is Open! Learn 5 Things You Need to Know about the uniquely accelerating and transformational energies of this years Equinox Gateway unfolding March 13-23! Then get the new 2023 Angelic Equinox Activations here: www.ask-angels.com/angel-messages/angelic-equinox-activations/ The Equinox is a special time of year when the seasons are changing and there is balance in the hemispheres of the earth and a relative balance between day and night. This is a time of bringing balance and harmony... By illuminating all that is out of alignment and creating an opening for you to receive, anchor and embody a higher level of light! This special time of year brings balance and harmony to our lives, reminding us of the spiritual significance of the changing of the seasons., and the importance of finding harmony within ourselves. Learn how to do a Spring Equinox Ritual here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=eZP-xBeitOc Stay Grounded and Centered amidst the accelerated and amplified energies: www.youtube.com/watch?v=1EwJftaD3XM&t=0s Or learn more about the Spiritual Meaning of the Equinox here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=puxy9Z0J4BI&t=0s In this Equinox video I also reference the Third Eye ... Learn more about how to access and unlock this center here; www.youtube.com/watch?v=CKh0HtyfNE0&t=0s Blessings
In Ep.74 I speak with Brandon Ellis, Golf Professional out at Gateway Hills in Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, TX. We discuss his golf journey on his way to Gateway Hills. Brandon talks about his best rounds he has played, what goes into being a golf professional at one of the best military courses in the city. Tune in!!!! www.nothingobgolf.com Ways to listen https://linktr.ee/Nothingisob Please follow/subscribe: facebook: Nothing is OB: South Texas Golf Podcast instagram: @nothingisob twitter: @nothingisob youtube: Nothing is OB: South Texas Golf Podcast #nothingisob #nothingobgolf #texasgolf #sanantoniogolf #texasgolf #nikegolf #swooshteam #swoosh #cutgolf #210golf #alamocitygolf #countdowncitygolf #southtexasgolf #buttacutts #oakleygolf #bluecollargolf #militarygolf #gatewayhills #forebros #forebrostour
When you hear the word castle, many visuals might come to mind. A large, gorgeous building that towers above the ground. Royalty or some form of nobility residing inside. Maybe the thought of Harry and Megan pop into your mind. Who knows. What probably doesn't jump to the forefront of said mind is a decrypted building that looks as creepy crawly as the myths and local legends surrounding it. Welcome to Houska Castle, also known to house the gateway to Hell.Make sure to follow us on our socials:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/awkwardandafraidpodcast/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/awkwardandafraidpodcast/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@_awkwardandafraidpodcastAnd, if you have a story to share, please email us at email@example.com.New episodes drop every Monday! So join in on an awkwardly good time by subscribing to the podcast, wherever you get your podcast episodes.Sources:The Frightening Legend of Houska Castle | Tres BohemesGate to Hell at Houska Castle - McGee's Ghost Tours of Prague - Prague guided walking tours (mcgeesghosttours.com)Hrad Houska: The Most Haunted Place in the World – PragueLife! Magazine (citymedia.network)https://otakukart.com/474730/the-legends-of-houska-castle-the-castle-of-the-devil/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ar8yd52AyiMhttps://www.viator.com/tours/Prague/Kokorin-and-Houska-castles-plus-Kokorinsko-walking-tour/d462-116712P30
Pastor Luke Simmons works through Isaiah 50-51, exploring three lies we're tempted to believe when we're in exile — and three declarations to hold onto.00:00 - Intro11:40 - Deceit #1: God turned on me13:06 - Declaration #1: God's hand can save19:46 - Deceit #2: It will never get better22:38 - Declaration #2: God turns wastelands into waterways28:30 - Deceit #3: I don't have what it takes29:46 - Declaration #3: God speaks life to weary sinners***HOW TO FIND US*** SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YouTube CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/RedemptionChurchGateway/?sub_confirmation=1 FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/redemptiongateway INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/redemption.gateway WEBSITE http://gateway.redemptionaz.com
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Whitney Elkins-Hutten of PassiveInvesting.com interviews Carlos Salguero about his experience on discovering and closing his personal residence with commercial units. Although there was a gap between their desired prices, he and its owner were able to communicate well and find the middle ground. Tune in as Carlos talks about the importance of building a strong relationship with the seller and leveraging appropriate help in closing deals.
Happy Vision Sunday! God is calling us to some really exciting places in the coming years and we are so excited to share them. Check out and share this week's message with a friend! Join us for church online every Sunday at 10:30am (MST). If you received Christ through this message, let us know! Go to gateway.ac/believe and connect with us, get resources, and let us partner with you as you start your journey of faith. If you would like resources on going deeper, check out all our deeper resources at gateway.ac/deeper We would love to hear how God is touching your life through this ministry! Share your story with us by connecting with us here: gateway.ac/connect If you would like to support Gateway financially you can give online through our website by clicking here: gateway.ac/give If you need prayer, connect with us here: gateway.ac/connect For more information about Gateway Alliance Church, visit gateway.ac or follow us on our social media platforms below. Instagram- https://instagram.com/gatewayedmonton Facebook- https://facebook.com/gatewayedmonton Youtube- https://youtube.com/gatewayyeg
Today's guest is a legendary expert, author and researcher in the lucid dreaming field. Robert Waggoner, author of two very popular lucid dreaming books, and the former president of the International Association for the Study of Lucid Dreams. A lucid dreamer since 1975, over the past forty years he has logged more than a thousand lucid dreams and got to watch the rise of scientific interest in lucid dreaming. Today I have the pleasure of talking to him about some of the most asked questions in regards to the dream world! Are dream characters sentient or a part of our subconsious projections? How can we get healing from our dreams? What about overcoming nightmares? Robert Waggoner's Lucid dreaming magazineMy dream "The Lucid Lesson" is featured in the September 2022 Issue: Books mentioned in the episodeCarlos Castaneda Journey to IxtlanGateway to the inner self Robert WaggonerLucid Dreaming Plain & simple Robert WaggonerTopics in this episode:10:00 Early lucid dreaming research 20:18 shared dreaming28:20 Past life dreams/reincarnation36:00 Different dream POV37:30 Dealing with dream characters39:25 Meeting deceased relatives42:15 Using dreams for healing46:00 Limiting beliefs & expectations- The power of suggestion. Support the showSHOP supplements for lucid dream enhancementFollow The Dream World PodcastWebsiteInstagram @TheDreamWorldPodcastTik Tok @aminasdreamworldSpotifyFacebookClubhouse
Welcome to Massena, New York, "Gateway to the Fourth Coast!" Massena is located on the St. Lawrence River along the Canadian border. The town was founded in the early 19th century by French lumberjacks and was named in honor of Andre Massena, a French prince and military leader. The town's early economy relied on dairy farming and two local sulphur springs which attracted visitors who sought out their healing properties. By 1900 the popularity of the springs had faded. In 1902 the Pittsburgh Reduction Company broke ground on an aluminum production facility to take advantage of the electricity available from the recently completed hydroelectric power plant. The plant is the longest continually operating aluminum facility in the world and celebrated its 120 anniversary last year. The town has been called home by a number of notables including actor, Hal Smith. Smith is credited in over 300 film and TV productions, but is best known for his work as Otis Campbell in The Andy Griffith Show. We hope you enjoy our trip to Massena!
Welcome back to another episode of Decoding 40! The podcast is now picking up streams in St. Louis. Thanks to everyone in the Gateway to the West who took the time to listen to the show and share in the love.This week the guys go down memory lane after talking about the newly released streamable albums from one of our favorite hip-hop groups, De La Soul. After the untimely death of Dave Jolicoeur aka Trugoy the Dove aka Plug 2. May he continue to rest in peace. Leon enjoys his last 40 multi-vitamin on his 50th birthday and then finds himself in full New Yorker mode when he mistakenly hockey-checks a 12-year-old. Vin travels four hours to Washington DC just to get his passport renewed because the renewal application he submitted three months ago was still “in process” and the big trip abroad is a week away. Did he get the passport though? And, Rick's daughter gets sick at dance class and doesn't know why, but after further investigation, he finds out that it might have something to do with some snacks she snuck.Next, we have another installment of For the Love of Money. This week's question: would you date a 70-something billionaire woman when you were 19? You'll hear all of this and so much more on this episode of Decoding 40.Want to vent? Text or call us at (619) 940-4040.Want to be the Whiskey Warrior of the Week? Send us an email at Decoding40@gmail.com. Want to support the show? Send donations to CashApp at $Decoding40Want to follow us? Find us @decoding40 on all social media platforms.Want to partner with us? Send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org or slide in our DMsWant some merch? Go to decoding40pod.comWant to submit an OpEd for our newsletter NEET? Go to https://bit.ly/Decoding40NEET
Find Your Voice, Change Your Life
Today, I interview James Guzzetta. From the very beginning of his life, James had an intimate connection with nature and music. At age 1, James remembers being captivated by the light streaming down on him through tree branches. At age 4, he began playing music, and his experience heightened his awareness that he was having a divine connection to the deepest parts of himself. James also remembers the incredible backyard oasis at his grandmother's house. He grew up around lush, green fullness of plant life, and all kinds of animals and critters. It was paradise for him, until she was forced to move inland because of her asthma. Back at home, James sank into the boring, grey, conventional childhood. Kids at school were miserable, and so was he. So he was given the option to go to parochial school or music school, and this was the beginning of his musical education. Eventually, James landed in San Diego and began studying with some very wise and influential people. One mentor inspired him in such a way that he felt that he truly connected to his "inner ear", a sensation he now compares to that first encounter with the sun through the trees; he was filled with warmth and light. This caused a shift in James. He realized his own true inner self, and he began to feel oneness with his expression of that self in relation to nature. He began meeting with others, making music together out in nature using found objects. James felt his own relationship with everything in the world, and the connection that lives in those depths. Through this process, James discovered that "we can tap into greater wisdom, greater knowledge as well, but also into who we are as a human being, a spirit, having a human experience as a human being." Now, James leads workshops about mindfulness, awareness, listening, and self-discovery. He uses music and other techniques to show others how to shift into the state of being fully present with their inner selves and truly connected with nature.__________________ James Guzzetta has been a musician since the age of 4, first studying classical music, winning competitions, and as a guest soloist with the San Diego Symphony. James went on to explore electronic and ethnic music forms. In the early 1970s, studying with North Indian Vocal Master Pandit Pran Nath, James discovered his inner ear and True Voice. During this time he started a series of musical journeys in SW canyonlands, deserts, and other remote and sacred sites, taking small groups of friends to share a dynamic and reconnecting experience with Nature and their True Self. After 40 years working in Corporate America and 2 Startups, he has returned to offering transformational workshops and retreats - all focused on Nature as a Gateway to our True Self. Find James here: http://www.journeyin2.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamesguzzetta/ https://www.facebook.com/james.guzzetta.18 https://twitter.com/GuzzettaJames __________________I'm your podcast host, Dr. Doreen Downing, and I help people find their voice so they can overcome anxiety, be confident, and speak without fear. Get started now on your journey to your authentic voice by downloading my Free 7 Step Guide to Fearless Speaking: https://www.doreen7steps.com.
JOURNEY TO TRUTH 2023 CONFERENCE Grafton, Illinois May 22 - 25 - GET YOUR TICKET TODAY! https://www.journeytotruthcon.com/ Margie Kay: Margie Kay is a veteran 40-year paranormal investigator. She is the Owner and CEO of the UnX Network and the Un-X Media publishing company, serves as Assistant State Director for Missouri MUFON, and as the Director of the OZ Interdimensional Communication Institute. She is a licensed private investigator in Missouri and owns and operates a forensic investigation company. Margie has completed over 570 UFO investigations for MUFON and over 1,700 paranormal and UFO investigations on her own. Kay is a self-taught psychic medium and remote viewer and has helped to solve over sixty homicides, theft, and missing person cases for law enforcement, private investigators and individuals in the U.S., South America, and Europe. She also assists other investigators with unsolved UFO and paranormal cases. Margie's natural abilities were enhanced by the extraterrestrial Valiant Thor, who visited her for the first time in 1985. Kay sees and speaks to dead people, extraterrestrials, and inter-dimensional beings. Margie owns-X Media publishing company and publishes Un-X Magazine and books by other authors as well as her own. She is an accomplished classical string bass player and jazz/fusion electric bass player and worked as a professional musician for 20 years. She launched the KUNX Digital Broadcasting Network on October 31, 2021. There are multiple paranormal programs on the network. Race Hobbs is the Programming Director and Lee Spie- gel is the Managing Editor of Un-X Magazine. Margie is the author of The Kansas City UFO Flaps; The Fast Movers: Evidence of High-Speed UFOs; Haunted Independence Missouri; Gateway to the Dead: A Ghost Hunter's Field Guide; The Remote Viewing Workbook; Winged Aliens; The Masters Dowser's Chart Book; A Sonoma County Phenomenon; and more. Some of Margie's experiences are chronicled in the books "Paranormal Missouri: Show Me Your Monsters,” and “What Lurks Beyond: The Paranormal in Your Backyard” by Jason Offutt, and in “UFOs in Missouri” by Lee Prosser. Kay also contributed a chapter to the book “A Greater Reality” by Rey Hernandez at his request. Margie Kay has hosted radio shows on and off since 2003. She has interviewed dozens of paranormal and UFO researchers and authors including Kathleen Marden, Stanton Friedman, Edwin Mitchell, Craig Campobasso, and many more. Margie's Un-X News Radio/Podcast airs on the Un-X Network YouTube Channel. She has appeared on numerous radio shows including Coast to Coast AM with Cheryll Jones and George Noory, Coast to Coasdt AM with Heidi Hollis, Jimmy Church, Jeff Rense, Joe Montaldo, and many others. She appeared on the pilot TV show Strange; on Hangar 1 (UFO Hot Spot); on UFO Witness (The Cube) with Ben Hansen, on Ancient Aliens; news programs on local channels and CNN. She was featured in an article in the Kansas City Star in 2022. Margie has written over 250 articles for magazines and news sites. Her articles have appeared in the MUFON Journal, Un-X News Magazine, Examiner.com, The Un-X Blog, and more. Kay has spoken at over two hundred conferences and meetings nationwide including the Psychical Research Soci- ety, the Psychic Studies Institute, Missouri MUFON, Midwest Conference on the Unknown, Arkansas MUFON, PARACON, Nebraska MUFON, Mysteries of the Universe Conferences, Phenomecon and others. She has host- ed annual conferences in Kansas City since 2007. Kay also does presentations and demonstrates remote viewing for audience participants. Her specialty is medical diagnostic reading, in which she remote views the interior of the human body or vehicles. She always amazes audiences with extremely accurate readings. Website: https://www.margiekay.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@KUNXdbUNXNetwork UN-X Network: https://www.unxnetwork.com
Gateway to Joy Pgms: GTJ-1572- The Lord is My Shepherd_The Psalms-5 and GTJ-445- All in Good Time. GUESTS: Steve McCully (son of Ed McCully) called Elisabeth "Aunt Betty" and talks about meeting her. He tells us a little of what his mother Marilou did after the death of her husband in Operation Auca. Preacher Barry Owens talks about when his Dad told him and his brother about the deaths of the 5 missionaries and the lasting impact it had on him. Visit ElisabethElliot.org for more lectures and talks, devotionals, videos, Gateway to Joy programs, and other resources.
This week on Gunslinger's Gateway: The Bookkeepers watch as the great dragon queen reclaims her throne. As Bidr is busy with the change of management, the party sets out into the magma tunnels to search for Scatters...as well as uncover a few other well-kept secrets.
År 2003 släppte CIA tidigare sekretessbelagda dokument om The Gateway process. Dokumenten beskriver ett träningssystem som gör det möjligt att kontrollera hjärnvågseffekter för att förändra medvetandet och slutligen undkomma begränsningarna kring tid och rum. Är det här möjligt? Konspirationsteorier - Eftersnack: https://m.facebook.com/groups/konspirationsteorierpodcast/ Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/konspirationsteorier/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/konspirationsteorier/ Källor: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1SZ1ovvNZXqqgf7md7NUJTZMIfDBSTeC4Ef857_dUIFc/edit?usp=sharing
The term “leadership” is used extensively in the Church, and Dr. Sam Chand is one of the reasons for that. He has authored numerous books and has mentored some of the top leaders in the Church, while writing numerous leadership books including Who's Holding Your Ladder.On this episode of the Church InTension podcast, The King's University President, Dr. Jon Chasteen, talks with Sam about his latest book, How Leaders Create Chaos, and what leaders can do to get their “roar” back.tku.edu
The Sustainable Minimalists Podcast
When it comes to sustainable action, we tend to label behaviors as either/or: Either we're acting in a way that's "eco-friendly" or ..., well, not. But some lifestyle tweaks are greener than others: When time, energy, and funds are finite, where's the best place to focus our efforts?On today's show: A conversation with Sam Schreiner about the 4 categories of sustainable action - with a hefty dose of data-driven analysis to boot.Here's a preview:[7:00] 0.1 versus 1.0 makes a big difference! 5 examples of high impact efforts[20:00] The privilege problem: Why are high impact behaviors also often high cost?[27:00] Let's chat about low impact efforts. Do they matter?[31:00] Gateway drugs and ripple effects: Here's why its impossible to quantify a lifetime's-worth of intention Resources mentioned:University of California Berkeley CoolClimate CalculatorProject SunroofEpisode #330: The Big FixEpisode #253: Everything Eco-Minimalist BirthdaysEcosiaJoin our (free!) community hereFind your tribe. Sustainable Minimalists are on Facebook, Instagram + YoutubeEmail me and say hello! MamaMinimalistBoston@gmail.comSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/sustainable-minimalists/exclusive-contentAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
This week in Isaiah 48-49 we take a look at how God's unwavering commitment to His glory is the sure foundation our faith can rest on.00:00 - Intro03:43 - Big Idea: God's unwavering commitment to his glory is the sure foundation our faith can rest on.05:06 - God is committed to His glory.16:51 - God's servant will be what Israel could not be.24:37 - You need God's word to have the last word.***HOW TO FIND US*** SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YouTube CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/RedemptionChurchGateway/?sub_confirmation=1 FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/redemptiongateway INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/redemption.gateway WEBSITE http://gateway.redemptionaz.com
Welcome back to the DEPT OF CRIMINAL ASTROLOGY: Sara Armour is back with Desi Handal to bring you the latest on Alex Murdaugh, the Astrology of his crimes and guilty verdict.00:00 Black candle protection ritual.Respectful disclaimer to the deceased. RIP. Murdaugh, Inc.2:40 Legacy lawyer and “authorized volunteer” for the 14th Judicial Circuit Solicitor's Office Richard Alexander "Alec" Murdaugh, 54, Double Gemini, is found GUILTY on all counts. After an extended, 6 week jury swiftly convicts on four counts: murder of his wife Mags Murdaugh, 52, Virgo, murder of his boy, Paul Paul Murdaugh, 22, Double Aries, and on two counts of possession of their weapons, during a crime. Judge Clifton Newman (Scorpio) sentenced Alec to life in prison x2 with no option of the death penalty. Murdaugh is facing another trial over a hilarious amount of financial crimes. If you want us to keep you posted, LET US KNOW! If want us to dig into this psychotic story further and/or want more law & crime coverage in general....JOIN THE PATREON to support the Space Trash: PUH-LEASE Academy and join the Patreon Town hall!! 7:46 The role the media may have played in the speed of the jurors conclusion despite instructions to not watch anything about the case or talk about the case with anyone. Judy Duty to serve! Housekeeping about the Housekeeper: Alec did not steal $400k from the Satterfield boys, he stole $4M from the Satterfields.12:20 “Family Annihilator.” Effective or nah? Motion to formally add “Murdaugh” into Websters dictionary.14:42 The v. honorable Judge Clifton Newman schools Alec Murdaugh and sentences him to prison for life x 2.32:29 Alex Murdaugh, disgraced Gemini, makes his final declaration of innocence. "Hurting" "borrowing" "innocent" and the Gemini art of tricky language. Is Homicide excused by mental illness? How much does "money" a play a part in murder-suicides? Exploring the dark side of human nature. Was this a Mercy killing in Alex's mind?42:00 Comedy dental work update. Gateway drugs. Will the court re-hang the giant portrait of Randolph Murdaugh Sr. now that his Great-Grandson's double-murder trial has concluded? Saturn in Aquarius & Pluto in Capricorn at the 29th degree aka this is era ending astrology. Sign up now to join us at The Moonual (Moon Ritual) Monday (3/5 9pm est) to discuss further in zoom-commoonity! Sara takes a painkiller!49:55 Buster (Aries ) testimony highlights. Sara's theory on the random final location of Maggie's phone.1:07:58 Murder Motivations. Nepo-criminals. Where was Curtis Eddy Smith during the murder? How is cousin Eddy the one who came out of this on top? 1:27:20 Crime scene astrology analysis & Alex's chart at the scene of the crime.1:37:00 Concentrated presence of "Evil" 18th & "murderous" 22nd degrees in crime scene and Alec, Paul Paul, and Mags's charts.Conviction astrology chart vs. crime scene astrology chart. Implications of Mercury Rx in a crime scene chart. Mars in Gemini story that started in Aug 22 and how it's playing out in the resolution of the Murdaugh Murders & in your own life! Join us on zoom Monday (3/6) to learn more!! 1:44:41 Cosmic context of this grand finale of Pluto in Capricorn.What story that started in 2008 is resurfacing? Join the Patreon let's talk it out!! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This morning, Gateway Youth took over the service for the final day of Encounter Weekend. Pastor Spencer brought the word from the weekend on how we're all bright and alive. Check out and share this week's message with a friend! Join us for church online every Sunday at 10:30am (MST). If you received Christ through this message, let us know! Go to gateway.ac/believe and connect with us, get resources, and let us partner with you as you start your journey of faith. If you would like resources on going deeper, check out all our deeper resources at gateway.ac/deeper We would love to hear how God is touching your life through this ministry! Share your story with us by connecting with us here: gateway.ac/connect If you would like to support Gateway financially you can give online through our website by clicking here: gateway.ac/give If you need prayer, connect with us here: gateway.ac/connect For more information about Gateway Alliance Church, visit gateway.ac or follow us on our social media platforms below. Instagram- https://instagram.com/gatewayedmonton Facebook- https://facebook.com/gatewayedmonton Youtube- https://youtube.com/gatewayyeg
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Interview with Kayla BoyerKayla Boyer is a Minneapolis based stylist and salon owner. She owns Rose Salon and Dead Rose Salon Loft. Kayla specializes in creative color and is on the Pravana Collective Team as well as a Drop Dead Extensions Elite Artists. When she is not styling bold, creative looks, she loves to travel. https://www.instagram.com/kayla_boyer/?hl=enhttps://www.instagram.com/deadrose_mpls/?hl=enhttps://www.instagram.com/rosesalon_mpls/?hl=enhttps://www.pravana.com/learn/blog/beetlejuice-inspired-halloween-vivids-color-blocking/ https://dropdeadhair.com/product/color-ring/ News from TheTease.comhttps://www.thetease.com/hair-botox-is-a-thing-and-heres-why-you-should-consider-offering-it-as-a-salon-service/https://www.thetease.com/regina-baptista-has-been-named-the-new-president-of-sam-villa-company/https://www.thetease.com/heres-exactly-how-hairstylist-randy-stodghill-styled-angela-bassetts-natural-curls-for-the-2023-sag-awards/More from TheTease:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/readthetease/ (readthetease)Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kellyehlers/ / (KellyEhlers)Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eljeffreycraig/ (eljeffreycraig)Web: https://www.thetease.com (TheTease.com)Email: VolumeUp@TheTease.comCredits: Volume Up is a Tease Media production. This episode was produced by Monica Hickey and Madeline Hickey. Brian Daly is our editor and audio engineer. Thank you to our creative team for putting together the graphics for this episode.Thank you to the team who helped create our new theme song. Show them some love and check out their other work!Josh Landowski https://www.instagram.com/josh_landowski/Nathan Foulks https://www.instagram.com/vilasparksniper/?hl=enThis podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
Episode 134. Your Weight Is The Gateway To Your Legacy (Part 2/3) - Today's episode is part two of our Wealthy Woman series, recorded live, where we explore the mind-body business connection! In this episode, we delve into the ‘body' aspect of the mind-body business connection, which I'm quite excited to talk to you about!We talk about how to adopt long-term thinking, keeping in mind that once you start looking at your health and wellness goals as part of your legacy, the game completely changes. We also talk about how to reframe your midlife symptoms and decode what your body's trying to tell you. We chat about mood swings, fatigue, weight gain in midlife and lots of those different symptoms that many women experience. We also cover what to do when you get to the end of the day exhausted and unmotivated, and lastly, I go over my process for uncovering your unique, authentic blueprint so that you can maximize your impact and your income! Listen now to learn… How looking at your health and wellness goals as part of your legacy will help you adopt long-term thinking and become a total game changer in your path to wellnessA different perspective on the symptons many women experience in midlife and how to discover the job that they provide you with, so you can work on releasing them!How you can identify the leaks in your daily bucket of energy and how to address them so you don't get to the end of the day feeling completely drainedHow to uncover your unique, authentic blueprint in order to maximize your impact and your income! Get the workbook here = https://www.naturallyjoyous.ca/confidenceSpecial Invitation…'YOUR HEALTH IS YOUR WEALTH' - Look & Feel Like A Million Bucks In MidlifeI invite you to our very first exclusive Podcast Experience! Join me for a 3-part series, where we will explore how your current health is impacting your wealth and your ability to make an impact in the world! Plus, receive our special workbook and immediate access to a bonus training on ‘The Weight Loss Myths Of Midlife'!SAVE YOUR SPOTIf you enjoyed today's episode, please:Post a screenshot & key takeaway on your Instagram story and tag us @naturally.joyous so we can repost you Leave us a positive review on Apple Podcasts, HERE is howSubscribe to the Confidence From Within Podcast, we release new episodes every Friday! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Epicenter - Learn about Blockchain, Ethereum, Bitcoin and Distributed Technologies
Layer 2 scaling solutions are widely regarded as the next step forward in the mainstream adoption of crypto as they enable higher throughput and lower transaction fees. Coinbase's recent announcement of building an optimistic rollup solution called Base is proof (no pun intended) that major centralized actors view this as an opportunity to onboard new users in a decentralized crypto economy. The following years will abound in innovation as both optimistic and zero-knowledge rollup solutions still have plenty of room to grow, but the involvement of centralized entities will act as a catalyst from a technological, as well as a regulatory standpoint.We were joined by Jesse Pollak, Head of Protocol at Coinbase, to discuss the thesis & business model behind Base and how it will act as an interoperable bridge to onboard the next billion users on-chain.Topics covered in this episode:Jesse's background and his role as Head of Protocol at CoinbaseBase's business model & thesisBuilding on the Optimism stackPermissionlessnessHow regulations are going to influence users of Base (vs. Coinbase)Learning from the competition (BSC)Different fee markets to offset transaction costsWhy Base chose the Optimism stackBase's upgradeabilityTackling Optimism's withdrawal periodBootstrapping BaseFuture roadmap and mainnet timelineEpisode links: Jesse Pollak on TwitterBase on TwitterCoinbase on TwitterOptimism on TwitterSponsors: Omni: Access all of Web3 in one easy-to-use wallet! Earn and manage assets at once with Omni's built-in staking, yield vaults, bridges, swaps and NFT support.https://omni.app/ -This episode is hosted by Brian Fabian Crain & Friederike Ernst. Show notes and listening options: epicenter.tv/485
GATEWAY TO JOY Pgms: GTJ-1570- Five Principles to Relieve Fear_The Psalms-3 and GTJ-1571- Being Thankful for Troubles_The Psalms-4. GUESTS: Friend and writer Eileen M. Chambers talks about suffering and Ecuadorian missionary Frank Kollinger talks about the first thing that comes to mind when he hears Elisabeth's name. Visit ElisabethElliot.org for more lectures and talks, devotionals, videos, Gateway to Joy programs, and other resources.
Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs
In this episode, Gary discusses how using teeth whitening as a gateway service can attract new patients to your dental practice, build trust and credibility, and introduce them to other cosmetic procedures and preventative care. Teeth whitening is a safe, effective, and affordable way to achieve a brighter smile. Using it as a first step, you can create relationships with patients beyond just one appointment. Tune in to learn more about the benefits of using teeth whitening as a gateway for other dental services.
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Spaceflight News— Starship's near future (spacenews.com) (nasaspaceflight.com) (spacenews.com) (twitter.com/elonmusk)Short & Sweet— NASA planning for first Gateway logistics mission (spacenews.com)— Beetlesat successfully deploys expandable antenna on orbit (spaceref.com) (beetlesat.com)This Week in Spaceflight History— March 2, 1995, Launch of STS-67, Endeavour (en.wikipedia.org) (spaceline.org) (astronautix.com)— Next week (3/7 - 3/13) in 2008: 20 million leagues above the sea (level)
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