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American deaf-blind author, political activist and lecturer

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Episode 297: The Busy Beeb (Guest - Candace Renzi)

Rotated Views

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 67:09


In this episode we have special guest Candace Renzi. We cover topics that range from marketing, creativity, entrepreneurship, fashion and much more. We wrap the episode up with quotes from Helen Keller & Maya Angelou. Big thanks to the Producer: Gabe Rivera, beat by TeiMoney & Executive Producer Jimmylee Velez. Follow Candace on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebusybeeb/

Poddin' Next Door
#127 - "Honestly..."

Poddin' Next Door

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 91:12


On this episode: The ”Poddin' Next Door" crew opens with the usual back and forth, slappers, almost forgot the intro, and women questions… Late late upload. Bless up. Listen on most Digital Streaming Platforms. Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Google…… Follow + Subscribe: Instagram - @poddinnextdoor YouTube - Poddin' Next Door

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Intersectional Insights
Disabled Personhood and Meaning In Life

Intersectional Insights

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 55:45


Olivia and Raven discuss the ways society dehumanizes disabled people, and the double standard regarding how disabled people and nondisabled people find fulfillment. They revisit Helen Keller's article: “Physicians Juries for Defective Babies” to address controversial, but commonly held beliefs about disabled existence.   Email us! intersectionalinsights@gmail.com. Follow us!  Instagram https://www.instagram.com/isquaredpodcast/ Twitter @I_squaredpod https://twitter.com/I_SquaredPod Facebook page http://www.fb.me/ISquaredPod   Discussion Summary: 01:11: Topic intro, and the misconception that society is less ableist than it was a century ago. 04:39: Reducing disabled people's humanity to their health condition. 09:21: Helen Keller's article and devaluing disabled existence. 12:52: Breaking down Keller's assertion that “happiness, intelligence, and power give life its sanctity”, and the subjectiveness of what constitutes happiness. 21:26: The different types of intelligence, and how they're all valuable. 33:02: Lack of power, or autonomy, doesn't make life less worth living. 42:58: Nondisabled people finding meaning or inspiration in disabled existence, and thinking of disabled people as inherently infantile or childlike. 49:06: Keller's view that disabled existence devalues nondisabled, or “normal,” existence. 55:15: Outro.   Learn More! Helen Keller: Physicians Juries for Defective Babies, Article in the New Republic, 1915 https://eugenics.us/helen-keller-physicians-juries-for-defective-babies-article-in-the-new-republic-1915/217.htm The Short Life and Eugenic Death of Baby John Bollinger https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/genetic-crossroads/201510/the-short-life-and-eugenic-death-baby-john-bollinger

Dads on Dayquill
Episode 100-Helen Keller's Careless Whisper

Dads on Dayquill

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 67:06


Holy blur balls, The Dads have hit the 100th episode. We couldn't be here without all of our great support staff and fans. No better way than to kick this off with a bunch of friends we have met along the way. Seriously our hearts are filled with the kind support and time it took to make that. Special thanks go to the Bleach Bros Podcast for doing this behind our backs. We love ya boys. Anyway, Dayquill time. Kick it off with some good old dad joke and banter. Make sure to check our linktree below and sub to that Patreon....we have an EXTRA podcast waiting for you. Dad stories, make sure to check out all these pods that sent out a congrats to us, they deserve all the love you have shown us. Dad commercials, and probably the best one to date courtesy of The Stoned. National Hoola Hoop League final, who takes it, blow mountain or Zeus' baby gravy? What better way to celebrate 100 without a little Dad joke off! Come and get your fill. Lastly the Dads break down some of their favorite moments in making it to 100. If you haven't checked out these back catalog episodes mentioned, do so......NOW. Anyway, thanks for all the love see you for 101. Dads OUT. @DadsonDayquill | Linktree

Meditations For The Metro
Episode 890 “Doors Closed And Open”

Meditations For The Metro

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 5:00


Today's meditation comes from The Book Of Revelation in The New Testament and from the writings of Helen Keller, with music by Wild Wonder.

Becoming BabeAF
115. Helen Keller Conspiracies & Ableism: Part 2 of #womentowatch Wednesday

Becoming BabeAF

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 45:26


Conspiracy theorists are everywhere and unfortunately, just because you believe something can't happen before your talents may lack in a certain area that you do not believe it to do true- there in lines the unnecessary duo of Ableism & Insecurities. Last week's #womentowatch episode took a deeper dive into the remarkable woman that Helen Keller was- breaking down all your accomplishments, struggles and her achievements throughout her years as a deafblind individual. And interestingly enough, some people think she's fake, so I am here to help educate you along with my friends (and resources) below to debunk babes, let's go. Today's Episode topic, research and resources (Thank You so Much for the education): The Weddington Witness: TikTok Conspiracies doubting the achievemants of Helen Keller: https://weddingtonwitness.com/2139/opinions/tiktok-conspiracy-doubts-the-achievements-of-helen-keller/ Daily Moth/ Deaf News with ASL Captions I was reading: https://www.dailymoth.com/blog/viral-tiktok-video-helen-keller-did-not-exist  @krunk19 viral video: https://www.tiktok.com/@krunk19/video/6908910170391235846?is_copy_url=1&is_from_webapp=v1 Rethinking Schools article 'The Truth about Helen Keller' in childrens' books: https://rethinkingschools.org/articles/the-truth-about-helen-keller/ Bitch Media, Helen Keller & Ableism: https://www.bitchmedia.org/article/helen-keller-conspiracy-theories-ableism Perkins School for the Blind article 'Doubting Helen Keller We Go From Here':  https://www.perkins.org/doubting-helen-keller-where-we-go-from-here/

What's Wrong With Simon King
Episode 15: What's Wrong With Simon King - Harris Anderson - 250

What's Wrong With Simon King

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 65:06


Guest: Harris Anderson Producer: Mike Greenwood Recorded at: AM Studio, Vancouver Theme: Kinemesis_Music Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/thecitizenstrange Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Thisissimonking In this episode: The amazing and hilarious Harris Anderson returns! We get philosophical, explain movies, do Batman cosplay and take a totally offside shot at Helen Keller.

Sound Prints
Sound Prints - June 5, 2022

Sound Prints

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022


Paul Edwards spotlights Braille Revival League (BRL) and Library Users of America (LUA) events at the upcoming ACB convention; 10 sources of free ebooks and audiobooks on the Internet; big plans at The American Printing House to expand its museum and showcase the Helen Keller collection

Becoming BabeAF
112. #womentowatch: Helen Keller, Part 1

Becoming BabeAF

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 31:16


Trigger warning: this episode touches on war, slavery, political views of others in a time from 1880-1970, please be advised. Helen Adams Keller (June 27, 1880 – June 1, 1968) was an American author, disability rights advocate, political activist and lecturer. All the information talked in this episode are that of her Wikipedia page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helen_Keller, feel free to browse through all the honors, citations, and literature written by such a transformative women for person with disabilities and advocacy. Stay tuned to part 2 to hear of the many conspiracies surrounding Helen and her works.

KMJ's Afternoon Drive
Wednesday 6/1 Hour 4

KMJ's Afternoon Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 37:45


Trending Topics at 5 o'clock. Three are dead after an active shooter situation at a medical clinic in Tulsa ended in the shooter dying by suicide. Netflix added a content warning on the first episode of Stranger Things 4 after the Uvalde tragedy. Elvis weddings in Vegas may be no more. A word on Helen Keller.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Philip Teresi Podcasts
Wednesday 6/1 Hour 4

Philip Teresi Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 37:45


Trending Topics at 5 o'clock. Three are dead after an active shooter situation at a medical clinic in Tulsa ended in the shooter dying by suicide. Netflix added a content warning on the first episode of Stranger Things 4 after the Uvalde tragedy. Elvis weddings in Vegas may be no more. A word on Helen Keller.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Daily Gardener
June 1, 2022 Noah Webster, Calvin Fletcher, Henry Beston, Helen Keller, The Pig by Robin Hutson, and Mrs. Theodore Barton

The Daily Gardener

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 23:56


Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart   Support The Daily Gardener Buy Me A Coffee    Connect for FREE! The Friday Newsletter |  Daily Gardener Community   Historical Events 1785 It was on this day that Noah Webster (books about this person) (of Webster's dictionary fame) boarded a little ship named George in Baltimore. When the ship stopped in Norfolk, Virginia, Noah ate some cherries for the very first time. He must have liked them because he later added cherry trees to his orchard. Noah Webster was a fierce gardener. He enjoyed his time in the garden, and he planted all kinds of vegetables, like parsnips, carrots, cucumbers, beets, and potatoes. In fact, in his dictionary, Noah Webster defined potatoes as, one of the cheapest and most nourishing vegetables. And then he got a little spiritual about the potato. Noah wrote, In the British dominions and in the United States, the potato has proved to be one of the greatest blessings bestowed on man by the Creator.   Noah Webster was also a fan of farming. He called farming, the most necessary, the most healthy, the most innocent, and the most agreeable employment of men.   Noah Webster had a property in Amhurst, and over the years, he gradually acquired the land around his property until he had around ten acres. On this land. Noah built a barn. He had a chaise house, and he also planted a magnificent garden. Everyone in Amhurst knew that Noah Webster's orchard was the best in the town. Noah grew pears. He had apple trees and peach trees - and even grew sweet white grapes,   1859 From The Diary of Calvin Fletcher, American attorney who became a prominent banker, farmer, and state senator in Indianapolis, Indiana This a beautiful day.  My early corn one foot high.  Early potatoes set for blossom.  Early tomatoes six and eight inches high.  Grapes in full blossom. Strawberrys Ditto.  Two messes of green peas.  The grass in the yard cut one week ago.  Raspberrys nearly full grown. Currants ditto former good size latter small.     1888 Birth of Henry Beston (books by this author), American writer and naturalist. Last week I discovered Henry Beston when I researched his wife, the writer, and poet, Elizabeth Coatsworth (books by this author). I have to say it was a thrill getting to know both of them. Henry is best remembered for his book The Outermost House (1928). Henry wrote the book during the year spent on the Great Beach of Cape Cod. He isolated himself in a house on the beach and devoted himself to writing about life along the shore. Henry wrote his book in longhand at a kitchen table. During this year, when Henry was sequestered in this house, he actually met his future wife, Elizabeth, at a garden party. Later on, when he proposed marriage to Elizabeth, She told him, "No book. No marriage". So that was an extra incentive for Henry to finish his book. Now Henry and Elizabeth went on to have two little girls.  Their daughter, Kate Barnes (books by this author), became a respected author and poet in her own right. Here's a little excerpt from her poem called Old Roses, which is about how her parents met. Kate wrote, When my father met my mother at a dinner party in a garden of very old roses on Beacon Hill one hot evening in early June, he said to his friend, F. Morton Smith, that night, "Morton, I have met the girl I'm going to marry!" (We have Uncle Morton's testimony for that, the certified word of a Boston lawyer.) My mother said my father had looked handsome, yes, and talked delightfully, but what she remembered were the mosquitoes. "If you stopped slapping at them, even for a second, you were eaten up alive."   Henry wrote many different books. Of course, most of them are about nature, but there was one garden book that caught my attention, and it's called Herbs and the Earth. And in this book, Henry wrote. A garden of herbs, is a garden of things loved for themselves in their wholeness and integrity. It is not a garden of flowers, but a garden of plants which are sometimes very lovely flowers and are always more than flowers.   Isn't that a great quote about herbs? The more I read about Henry Beston, the more it became apparent that Henry was a profound thinker and thought about gardening on a much deeper level.  I think it's because Henry was so grounded in the tenants of nature.  Listen to how Henry describes watering plants. This is a perspective that I have not heard before. Henry wrote. If gardeners will forget a little the phrase, "watering the plants" and think of watering as a matter of "watering the earth" under the plants, keeping up its moisture content and gauging. its need, the garden will get on very well.    And isn't that the truth?  Here's a delightful little quote by Henry. It's about. Fall: The leaves fall, the wind blows, and the farm country slowly changes from the summer cottons into its winter wools.   1968 Death of Helen Keller (books about this person), American author, disability rights advocate, and lecture.  Helen lost both her sight and hearing when she was a little toddler at the age of 19 months. In the years before she met her excellent teacher, she would turn to nature whenever she was frustrated. She was like her father in that way; they both enjoyed being outdoors. And the Keller family garden was a place where Helen could go to find solace. Helen once wrote. People often have no idea how fair the flour is to the touch. Nor do they appreciate its fragrance, which is the soul of the flower.   And Helen also wrote, I feel the delightful velvety texture of a flower and discover its remarkable convolutions and something of the miracle of nature is revealed to me. Helen's favorite flower was the peony. If you think about holding a peony and the fragrance of the peony, it's no wonder why that flower had a special appeal to Helen. Helen once said, Since my childhood, I have adored them and have been glad each spring. When the miracle of their bloom.has been wrought again.   In 1961, Helen Keller retired from public life, and she spent the last seven years of her life walking in her garden and reading books. After Helen died of a heart attack on June 1st, 1968, her ashes were placed beside her dear friend and teacher, Annie Sullivan, at the National Cathedral in Washington, DC. Helen was once asked if she believed. In heaven. She replied, Most certainly.  It is no more than passing from one room into another.  But there's a difference for me.  Because in the other room, I will be able to see.      Grow That Garden Library™ Book Recommendation The Pig by Robin Hutson This book came out in 2019, and the subtitle is Tales and Recipes from the Kitchen Garden and Beyond. Tom Parker Bowles raved, The Pig revolutionised the country house hotel, creating a true rooms home away from hame. No pomp or pretence, just beautiful and magnificent food with produce from their own kitchen gardens. Where The Pig goes, the others follow. From the publisher: A stylish, practical guide to living the good life. Among the pages of The Pig, you will find an idiosyncratic, seasonal approach to the good life, with delicious recipes, how-to guides, lists, panels, and stories. Chapters include one called Out in the Garden - The benefits of growing 12 types of mint- An essay on "the sweetness of carrots"- How to make your own sack garden- Recipe for the Gardener's sandwich   Here's how Robin introduces his restaurant, The Pig, and the journey he's been on these past dozen years. We opened The Pig back in July 2011, although in some respects it feels like a whole lot longer ago than that.  One thing's for sure - we've learnt a lot along the way in those few years. For a start, we've become experts in growing our own and making the most of what we produce. We know how to seek out small artisan producers and work with them to bring some amazing ingredients to the table. We've discovered how to keep bees and make delicious honey. A nd we've even perfected the art of building smokehouses - now we smoke everything in sight, from salmon and salt to beetroot and beef. Beyond the kitchen and garden, we've worked out how to infuse just about anything into gin and vodka and have become past masters at upcycling junk-shop treasures.  The purpose of this book is to share with you some of these discoveries.   If you have visions of a working kitchen garden on a grand scale, listen as Robin tells us what it takes to make it all work at The Pig. We'd heard horrible stories of kitchen gardens at other hotels where the garden produce was left to perish in the soil because there was no shared vision between the chef and the gardener, so we knew this relationship was key. Happily, we've seen no such sorry sights in our gardens. In fact, the bond between garden and kitchen - headed up by Ollie (senior kitchen gardener) and James (chef director) is so strong, there now exists an almost obsessional culture for all things home-grown, homemade and local. Certainly on day one of The Pig, back in the summer of 2011, we didn't envisage the garden team we have today with around 20 kitchen gardeners working across several acres of productive gardens, and our own plant nursery for seedlings. The gardens didn't just play a major part in influencing the food style and the menus but many other aspects of the overall operation, too.   And here's just a random sampling of recipe titles from the index under the letter H: hazelnuts: - nettle salsa verde 143 - salt-baked celeriac salad 84-5 hens 128, 174-5 herbs: garden herb oil 98-9 - growing 114-15 - winter savory $1 herbal healing 255-6 - infusions 208-11, 260 - planters for 241 - in pots 229 - see also basil; lemon verbena; mint; rosemary herby popcorn 205 honey 130-1 - honey clotted cream 123 horseradish: cylindra beetroot & - horseradish toasts 68-9 - making horseradish sauce 68   Here's a glimpse of one of my favorite recipes from this book, Judy's Tomatoes on Toast. Robin writes,  You might think you know what tomatoes on toast tastes like... but believe me, once you've tried this version you'll never have it any other way - it's one of our all-time favourites at home. The tomatoes are so juicy and buttery, and the sourdough toast has just the right combination of crispness and chewiness. Of course the big thing here is the quality of the tomatoes, which can be a bit of a challenge in the UK, especially in the winter. I love Isle of Wight tomatoes, when I can get them. They come in different varieties from some of the best growers in the UK and are fairly local to us as well, which is a bonus. 2 big knobs of salted butter, plus extra for the toast 1kg (2lb 4oz) of the ripest, sweetest, medium-sized tomatoes you can get, roughly chopped A splash of Worcestershire sauce (optional: it's not part of Judy's version but I sometimes add some If I'm feeling a bit wild - woohoo!) 4 large slices of very holey sourdough bread salt and pepper Melt the butter in a saucepan over low heat and add the tomatoes (and a splash of Worcestershire sauce, if you like).  Cook them gently for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally. Don't boil them, just let them simmer, and then season to your taste. Meanwhile, toast the bread to a nice dark color and spread with a little more butter. By this time the mixture should be halfway between solid and soup, so pour it onto the toast and away you go.   This book is 304 pages of Robin Hutson's The Pig. You can get a copy of The Pig by Robin Hutson and support the show using the Amazon link in today's show notes for around $8.   Botanic Spark 1917 On this day, a garden accident occurred in West Scranton, Pennsylvania. The story was reported in the 11th volume of the Coal Age magazine. Here's what it said. While Mrs. Theodore Barton was pulling weeds in her garden on June 1st, the ground suddenly gave way under her, and she landed in an old abandoned mine gangway that was 18 feet below. A mine gangway is the highway of the mind, and it's a permanent and often fortified part of the mine. It's heavily timbered on the sides and the roof. And so this event of Mrs. Barton falling through a gangway was actually quite unusual, although I'm sure it was terribly frightening. The article says that several neighbors heard Mrs. Barton screaming for help, and they ended up rescuing her after considerable effort. So all's well, that ends well. But I tell you what: the garden can still be a place where dangerous things can happen. Last fall, I had a terrible fall in my garden. I ended up face planting right into the hard ground. It was early November. And I remember lying there thinking, am I still alive? I'm not kidding. It was such an abrupt fall. I didn't even have time to brace myself. But it underscored something that I always tell my student gardeners and gardeners in general. And that is that it's always a good idea to have your phone on you. Not only for taking pictures of all the beautiful plants and flowers that you're working with but also for your personal safety when you're in the garden.    Thanks for listening to The Daily Gardener And remember: For a happy, healthy life, garden every day.

This Day in History
This Day in History - June 1, 2022

This Day in History

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 1:12


Helen Keller died on this day in 1968.

Poddin' Next Door
#124 - "Pocket Pool"

Poddin' Next Door

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 90:30


On this episode: The ”Poddin' Next Door" crew opens with bangers, relationship manipulation, Lids activities, and the recent school shooting…

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Daily Fire with John Lee Dumas
Helen Keller shares some DAILY FIRE

Daily Fire with John Lee Dumas

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 1:18


When one door of happiness closes, another opens, but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one that has been opened for us – Helen Keller Check out John Lee Dumas' award winning Podcast Entrepreneurs on Fire on your favorite podcast directory. For world class free courses and resources to help you on your Entrepreneurial journey visit EOFire.com

Poddin' Next Door
#123 - "NPC NASA"

Poddin' Next Door

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 91:40


On this episode: The ”Poddin' Next Door" crew opens with Salary, iPhone vs. Android, Tex-Mex, Supernatural stories, NASA cap, and much much more… Listen on most Digital Streaming Platforms. Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Google…… Follow + Subscribe: Instagram - @poddinnextdoor YouTube - Poddin' Next Door

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Crazy Comedy, Humor & Satire Podcast by Daniel D
Ready for the New Monkeypox Plandemic 2.0?

Crazy Comedy, Humor & Satire Podcast by Daniel D

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 22:29


Are you ready for the new Monkeypox Plandemic 2.0? In this episode, Daniel D discusses the amazing foresight and incredible accuracy of the world's public health officials, who ran a simulated exercise just last year about a new global pandemic, this one caused by a bioengineered monkeypox virus that would be discovered outside of Africa in May 2022. Coincidentally enough, it is now May 2022, and guess what?! An outbreak of monkeypox was confirmed outside of Africa on May 13, 2022. Our public health officials are batting 1.000 when it comes to predicting these pandemics! If you recall, just before the actual coronavirus pandemic, the world's pubic health officials ran a simulated exercise involving a coronavirus pandemic. Now, for the first time EVER, a monkeypox outbreak outside of Africa has been confirmed, and it just happens to be the same week the simulate exercise predicted. Wow! Thank God our world health officials are on top of these pandemics before they even happen! In addition to celebrating the wisdom and clairvoyance of our world leaders, Daniel D also interviews a professional Helen Keller impersonator, who sounds just like Helen Keller. Just wait till you hear it! With the end of the world looking more and more likely, perhaps you would be in the mood for some apocalyptic fiction? If so, be sure to check out As the World Ends (AsTheWorldEnds.substack.com/). This is Daniel D's other Substack. It will feature fun stories about the end of the world, published serially. This will be perfect reading for another round of lockdowns as the new Plandemic 2.0 rolls out worldwide this month!   This episode of The Crazy Comedy, Humor & Satire Podcast is brought to you by Libsyn, where you can begin your own great podcasting adventures. Sign up with promo code "DanielD" and get two months of free podcast hosting! Find out more at https://signup.libsyn.com/?promo_code=DANIELD For more fun and foolishness from Daniel D, check out https://linktr.ee/DanielDMan or go to www.CrazyComedyHumor.com! And if you haven't already done so, don't forget to subscribe to the podcast, so you don't miss out on any future episodes! And if you want to learn more about the new Monkeypox Plandemic 2.0, check out this article from NewsWars: https://www.newswars.com/2021-who-gates-foundation-exercise-portrayed-global-monkeypox-pandemic-killing-millions/

A Quest for Well-Being
In The Darkness, There Is Light: Uncovering The Gifts Of Suffering

A Quest for Well-Being

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 52:52


— “Although the world is full of suffering, it is also filled with the overcoming of it” These words shared by Helen Keller, Alana's ancestor, have been a source of encouragement and inspiration throughout her life. When in dark places, they have been a reminder for Alana about the truth of who and what she is — the truth of who and what we all are as human beings.  From the moment of birth, we are dominantly conditioned to turn away from uncomfortable emotions and sensations. We are living in a culture of distraction and numbing, seeking self-worth and acceptance outside of ourselves. We are not often encouraged to turn inwards, to acknowledge and embrace the discomforts of the human experience.  More and more, research is revealing the connection between our physical and emotional experiences and the consequences of burying our emotions under ice cream, social media and the latest technology fad . When we deny our emotions, this energy becomes stored in the body and can create physical symptoms, dis-ease. It has also been learned that we are unable to selectively numb our experiences. When we resist turning towards our sadness, anger and physical pain, we also limit our access to joy, connection and peace.  Turning towards suffering offers the possibility of transforming it. By acknowledging and observing emotions and sensations, without judgment and with compassion, our nervous system becomes increasingly familiar with them thus deactivating the fear response. We move from a state of protection to state of connection, internally and externally. In this state of connection we are more able to experience compassion, gratitude, joy and love within ourselves and in relationship with others. Valeria interviews Alana Newton — Psychotherapist, Founder of Compati Counselling, Mindfulness Practitioner, Lightworker, Speaker. Alana has been a healer for as long as she can remember, having attempted to revive many dead birds with the kiss of life. She formally entered the healing profession over 20 years ago as a registered nurse, then shifted her career becoming a psychotherapist to deepen her exploration of the human experience. Living with a rare disease associated with physical pain, Alana has been gifted the moment-by-moment opportunity to practice being with emotional and physical suffering. The diagnosis, coupled with her father's death, abruptly pulled back the veil of certainty and control in life. She was catapulted into her spiritual awakening and woke up to her authentic self, the truth of her existence and her purpose in this lifetime.  Weaving her knowledge, experience and awareness of body, mind, heart and soul, Alana bridges science and spirituality to integrate all parts of the human experience. She gently guides her clients to become curious and compassionate about their emotional and physical experiences and supports their transition from protection to connection, from fear to love. Alana believes when we (re)connect with our true nature as human beings, our unconditional love, we have the ability to transform and transcend suffering. Starting with herself, Alana's life purpose is to cultivate compassion, joy and peace on Earth, one person at a time. Alana has recently launched her private practice, Compati Counselling, where she compassionately guides clients towards their (re)connection with their authentic selves. She is also a consultant and public speaker about the lived experience of chronic illness and embodying an aligned and meaningful life.  To learn more about Alana Newton and her work, please visit: compaticounselling.com     — This podcast is a quest for well-being, a quest for a meaningful life through the exploration of fundamental truths, enlightening ideas, insights on physical, mental, and spiritual health. The inspiration is Love. The aspiration is to awaken new ways of thinking that can lead us to a new way of being, being well.  

Sách Hay Podcast
Phúc cho ai không thấy mà tin

Sách Hay Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 3:02


Phúc cho ai không thấy mà tin bao gồm hai mươi lăm câu chuyện ngắn về những khoảnh khắc quý giá và truyền cảm hứng nhất mà tác giả Gene Edwards đã tập hợp được trong cuộc đời làm mục sư của mình.Từ lời cầu nguyện thành khẩn đã giúp một người cha tạo ra kỳ tích và cứu được con mình thoát khỏi lưỡi hái tử thần, cho đến khoảnh khắc đáng nhớ nhất của tác giả khi gặp được Helen Keller - người phụ nữ được xem là vĩ nhân và có cuộc đời truyền cảm hứng đến mức đã được dựng thành rất nhiều bộ phim - dù có mang màu sắc kỳ ảo hay không thì theo Gene Edwards, chúng đều là những câu chuyện chứa đựng những ý niệm liên quan đến Kinh thánh và hồng ân Thiên Chúa. Support the show

WGTD's The Morning Show with Greg Berg
5/16/22 Bruce Meltzer - "I am Rosa Parks"

WGTD's The Morning Show with Greg Berg

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 11:06


From 2014- Bruce Meltzer, author of "I am Rosa Parks." This one of the first books in the author's acclaimed children book series titled "Ordinary People Change the World." There are now 31 books in the series, with profiles of notable people such as Abraham Lincoln, Amelia Earhart, Jackie Robinson, Helen Keller, Neil Armstrong, Jim Henson, Harriet Tubman, and Lucille Ball.

Poddin' Next Door
#122 - "The Lil Steppers"

Poddin' Next Door

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 91:46


On this episode: The ”Poddin' Next Door" crew opens with LGBT issues, YSL RICO, the GOAT Kendrick Lamar album review, Streaming Loophole, and much much more… Listen on most Digital Streaming Platforms. Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Google…… Follow + Subscribe: Instagram - @poddinnextdoor YouTube - Poddin' Next Door