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Unexplainable
Skeleton Lake

Unexplainable

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 29:14


When scientists examined the DNA of ancient bones found near a Himalayan lake, they were forced to confront a seemingly impossible conclusion. This episode originally ran on March 24, 2021. For more, go to http://vox.com/unexplainable It's a great place to view show transcripts and read more about the topics on our show. Also, email us! unexplainable@vox.com We read every email. Support Unexplainable by making a financial contribution to Vox! bit.ly/givepodcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Red Web
Bigfoot in the Snow | Yeti

Red Web

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 78:04


For nearly as long as history can remember, there have been tales of a large creature living among the snowy peaks of the Himalayan mountains. Today, we're going to look beyond the folklore and explore the evidence, sightings, and theories surrounding one of the most well-known cryptids in the world: The Yeti. If you'd like to listen to our past mysteries we referenced in this episode, they are: Bigfoot (https://spoti.fi/3t81MEj) and Hinterkaifeck Murders (https://spoti.fi/33cro8r). Sponsored by ExpressVPN (http://ExpressVPN.com/REDWEB) & Raycon (http://BuyRaycon.com/REDWEB).

Obsessed With The Best w/ Alex & Tina
Ep.321 New Year, BEST YOU! Staying Healthy in 2022: Inside Out And Head To Toe!

Obsessed With The Best w/ Alex & Tina

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 44:06


On today's episode, we have your health covered from head to toe - literally! From GOOP's Himalayan salt scrub shampoo to the most fashion-forward and good-for-you shoes from Vionic, we are making sure that you are looking and feeling your best, and that includes keeping your immune system in tip-top shape. We are obsessed with Dao Labs and their cold and allergy supplements!  Don't forget to use our code OBSESSED15 for 15% off your order at www.mydaolabs.com Follow us on - Instagram: @obsessedwiththebestpod YouTube: Obsessed With The Best Patreon: Obsessed With The Best TikTok: @obsessedwiththebestpod This Podcast Is Sponsored By Better Help BetterHelp is an online portal that provides direct-to-consumer access to mental health services. Join the millions of people who are seeing what online therapy is really about with a special offer just for Obsessed with the Best listeners. Get 10% of your first month of therapy on Better Help by using our code OBSESSED or sign up by going to: https://betterhelp.com/obsessed  This Podcast Is Sponsored By Ombre Labs Take the Ombre Labs gut health test today, and receive a science-backed probiotic & diet plan. Rid yourself of symptoms like bloating, abdominal pain, diarrhea, and constipation. At Home Test Kit. Discreet Packaging. Customized Probiotics. Data-Driven Gut Test. Use promo code OBSESSED to Get $30 off your at home test or go to https://tryombre.com/obsessed to get started! Shop our Favorite Brands! Use code OBSESSED for 15% off your first Plant People order at www.plantpeople.co/OBSESSED Use code OBSESSED15 for 15% off your DAO Labs Purchase! www.mydaolabs.com Feel free to email us any time at obsessedwiththebestpod@gmail.com, with questions, comments, and product or guest suggestions! Support us by supporting our host network, DimlyWitProductions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Yogahealer Podcast
Katie Silcox on Ayurveda, Healing, Trauma, Inflammation + Spiritual Repair

Yogahealer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 71:24


Podcast Intro: Life is magical, mysterious, and unique but fragile. Humans can easily succumb to external influences and sometimes forget the sense of self and independence. That's why we experience trauma in our lives. Our fragility and our failure to understand and establish that we are fragile beings are the main reasons we can be corrupted easily. Whether it's a disease, emotions, decisions, etc., we must learn how to “repair” our spiritual selves. Thus, we must fully understand how our spiritual, religious, and physical life works. We must achieve a higher state of being to help ourselves from being thoroughly affected by harmful external influences. In this episode, Katie Silcox explained how people develop traumas and why it's important to learn how to repair them. She also explained why humans are intrinsically delicate and how you can incorporate femininity into spiritual practice! Tune in to learn more! What you'll get out of tuning in: Why does spiritual repair matter and how does it correlate to past experiences? What is healing vortex vs. trauma vortex? How does the Five Kosha Model affect humanity's potential? Why are humans intrinsically delicate beings? What is the purpose of our spiritual life? What does the ancient teaching say about Pranamaya? How can femininity be incorporated into a spiritual practice? Why does chronic inflammation affect you from accessing the higher state? Shakti school  - Ayurveda School…. Group starting in January. January 12: Final registration deadline. Links/CTA: Katie Silcox - Shakti School Body Thrive Books mentioned: Gospel According to Jesus The Gap and the Gain Katie Silcox's Shakti School Highlights: Cate explained how the current US population in both adult, children, and adolescent categories with chronic diseases heavily relied on a doctor's medication and that it has no “soul” or “spirit.” Cate explained why some people couldn't get out of the “gap thinking” based on the book written by Dr. Ben Hardy Cate explains how to unblock our “bodies” through sutras. Cate described how the “virome” operates as it enters the human body. Timestamps: 1:03 - Spiritual Repair 4:36 - The Soul of Medicine 7:31 - Humanity's Intrinsic Trait 9:30 - Healing Vortex vs. Trauma Vortex 14:29 - Gap Thinking 21:39 - The Purpose of Spiritual Life 28:36 - Pranayama 35:53 - The Feminine 45:50 - How “Christ” influenced Katie and her practice 52:28 - Chronic Inflammation 1:05:44 - Accessing the Light in the Spiritual Realm Quotes: “The most challenging thing in the world that we seek is to find stability and admit the truth that we are fragile but resilient.” - Katie “The entire world right now is being activated by unconscious trauma response, and it makes sense. I have tons of compassion for it because I came out of it, and I experienced it myself.” - Katie “Christmas is the time to cultivate the most amount of renewal for our mind and body. It's our samsaric way of seeing, being, and thinking, radically altered to a new vision. This is the message of Christ, and the message of Christmas.” - Katie “Humans have been going through plagues and pandemics all of the time. There tends to be a beginning, a middle, and an end to history. We are at the end of the beginning, and we're entering into the middle period. “ - Katie Guest BIO: Katie Silcox Katie Silcox, M.A. is the New York Times Best-Selling Author of the book Healthy, Happy, Sexy - Ayurveda Wisdom for Modern Women. Holding a Master's Degree in Hinduism and the Ayurveda Sciences, Katie is an internationally-recognized teacher, mentor to women, and inspirer of hearts and minds. She is renowned for her depth of study, her ability to present the complexities of ancient wisdom in a practical, life-affirming manner, as well as her unique capacity to distill the teachings with southern-belle humor and grace. Her signature teaching style is Body Yantra™, incorporating Tantric vinyasa, restorative yoga, dance, sound, breath, emotion processing, manifestation technology, holistic biomechanics, and structural trauma-release methods. Katie was named one of San Francisco's Best Yoga Teachers by Common Ground Magazine in 2009, one of "70 Yogis Changing the World" by Origin Magazine in 2014, and one of "100 Trailblazers in Yoga and Ayurveda" by Spirituality and Health Magazine in 2015. Katie has written extensively on yoga, Ayurveda, sexuality, herbalism, and women's health in Yoga Journal, Common Ground Magazine, and Origin Magazine. Her best-selling book has been translated into multiple languages around the globe. Katie has sipped from the honey of many globally-known teachers, including a decade-long guru-disciple relationship in the Himalayan lineage-based Sri-Vidya Tantra. Today, she works solely with the inner guru of her own heart.

Sounds Heal Podcast
Sounds Heal Podcast with Peter Blum and Natalie Brown

Sounds Heal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 58:05


Peter Blum has practiced and taught hypnosis to tens of thousands of people for more than 35 years. He has cofacilitated hypnosis and storytelling workshops with Dr. Lewis Mehl-Madrona (author of Coyote Medicine) and hypnosis and sound workshops with Creative Music Studio founder Dr. Karl Hans Berger. A lifelong musician, Peter has studied music and sound healing with Ustad Jamaluddin Bhartiya, Pauline Oliveros, Fabian Mamman, Dr. John Beaulieu, and Don Conreaux. He has also been a student of transcultural shamanic practices, primarily with Native American elder Beautiful Painted Arrow (Joseph Rael). Peter has given concerts and workshops at the Omega Institute, the Abode of the Message, Menla Retreat Center, and the United Nations, using his extensive collection of Himalayan singing bowls and other instruments from around the world. His six CDs in the Sounds for Healing series are popular as an adjunct to meditation, guided imagery, yoga, massage, and hypnosis. He is the author of the recently published book, Trance Sonics: The Vital Link Between Sound Healing and Hypnosis. He was named Instructor of the Year by the National Guild of Hypnosis in 2004 and inducted into the Order of Braid in 2009 in recognition of lifetime achievement. In 2015 he was named Hypnotist of the Year by IACT (International Association of Counselors and Therapists), and in 2021 he was inducted into the International Hypnosis Hall of Fame. http://www.soundsforhealing.com/ Natalie Brown:
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The OM Shoppe & Spa offers a vast array of Sound Healing and Vibrational Medicine tools for serious professionals and for those ready to make sound and vibration part of their ongoing lifestyle. More and more we are coming to understand that our individual wellness is a direct reflection of our personal vibration. How we care for ourselves, our physical bodies, our minds and our spirits. The OM Shoppe is ready to help you today in a variety of ways. They offer the countries largest showroom of Quartz Crystal Singing bowls, sound healing instruments and vibrational medicine tools. If you are ready to uplevel your sound healing practice The OM Shoppe is a great place to get guidance and direction. They are available to consult with you directly by phone or you can shop online. They really enjoy getting to know their clients and customers one on one to better help recommend the right sound healing tools in the right tones for you. Call them today or visit them at http://www.theomshoppe.com. If you are ever near Sarasota, Florida, do consider stopping in and visiting with them or enjoy a luxury spa treatment such as sound healing, energy work, massage, vibroacoustics or hypnotherapy. They truly offer a full holistic experience for practitioners and those seeking healing through natural means.

The Life Stylist
Beyond Prepping: How to Turn Your Yard Into a Food Forest w/ Jim Gale #385

The Life Stylist

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 94:14


We may be starved of our freedom, but we do not need to go hungry. Food sovereignty is my next goal as we enter a new year – and potential apocalypse. I'm not talking about hoarding cans of beans from the supermarket. Instead, I'm exploring how we can create a sustainable, healthy food revolution in your own backyard. It's called a Food Forest.  Jim Gale, the mastermind behind Food Forest Abundance, is here to fertilize your curiosity. He's on a mission to facilitate food forests in every (misused) lawn and corner of soil in the world. In this episode, we discuss how to grow your own food, profit from produce, and create an abundant food ecosystem for generations to come!    05:19 — What is a Food Forest? The benefits of wild food foraging  Growing grapes in Texas  Why we should turn lawns into Food Forests    19:48 — Improving Urban Landscapes  Why now is the time to learn to grow our own food  Why centralization is the enemy to a sustainable food future  Making vegetables thrive in your own backyard, with or without sun  Storage of excess food + eating according to seasons   38:41 — The Hierarchy of Food Whole foods vs. poisoned food Timespan between farm to  aisle  How plants support one another  What a sustainable food system looks like The act of food as a “re-LOVE-ution”  Calculating the investment to grow your own  The timespan to grow plants, fruits, and vegetables  Micronutrients found in dirt    55:09 — Keeping Soil Robust The best way to compost Natural pest control and why we don't need to fear bugs  The poison we feed ourselves with programing  Keeping deer out of your garden  How to become part of the supply chain  Integrating medicinal plants into permaculture   01:14:41 —How to Participate In a New Food Economy  How you can imitate Jim Gale's business model for yourself  Scaling globally and profitability  The bio-marketing package to help you get to market  Why food sovereignty is the most revolutionary act you can do   More about this episode. Watch on YouTube. Connect with Luke on social media to learn how to take your lifestyle to the next level, plus catch exclusive live interviews & events: INSTAGRAM - @lukestorey // instagram.com/lukestorey/ FACEBOOK - facebook.com/MrLukeStorey/ TWITTER - @MrLukeStorey // twitter.com/MRLUKESTOREY YOUTUBE - youtube.com/c/LukeStorey   THIS SHOW IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY: CACAO BLISS. Back in the day, I used to have to take about 50 ingredients to make an elixir or a smoothie. I had to mix them together, make a big mess, and it took up a bunch of space in the cabinet. But Cacao Bliss has changed the game. Now I have amazing ceremony-grade organic ingredients like raw cacao, turmeric, black pepper, MCT powder, cinnamon, monk fruit, coconut nectar, lacuma, mesquite, and Himalayan salt all in one. So this is the ultimate superfood elixir, but it really tastes like chocolate milk. It's just absolutely fantastic. Try it yourself by using code “LUKE15” for 15% off at earthechofoods.com/lukestorey.   AND...   LEELA QUANTUM TECH - Improves your health, fitness levels, and mindset. Their products harmonize harmful frequencies like 4G,5G, microwaves, and WIFI and give your body, home environment, and even your pets a huge quantum upgrade. Go to leelaq.com and use the code “LUKE10” for 10% off their product line.    AND…   JOOVV. A new generation of Joovv devices are here and I am stoked. They're sleeker, lighter, easier to set up, and allow you to stand 3x further away from the device while still getting the recommended dosage. There's also a new ambient mode to help you wind down at the end of the day and a recovery mode that will help you rejuvenate after a tough workout. If you are ready to get a new Joovv device, you can get a discount for a limited time over at Joovv.com/luke. HELP SUPPORT THIS SHOW! Love the show? You'll really love Luke's Master Market Online Store!  It's a win-win! Get direct links to all of Luke's hand-picked biohacking and health products all in one place, exclusive discounts, and support the show by making purchases through the web store >> SHOP NOW.   Other ways to support:  SUBSCRIBE >> Apple Podcasts + Stitcher + Google Podcasts + Spotify LEAVE APPLE PODCASTS REVIEW >> Simple step-by-step instructions SHARE >> Spread the word! Tell your family, friends, neighbors, and all your social pals   Resources Website: foodforestabundance.com Instagram: @foodforestabundance Are you ready to block harmful blue light, and look great at the same time? Check out Gilded By Luke Storey. Where fashion meets function: gildedbylukestorey.com Join me on Telegram for the uncensored content big tech won't allow me to post. It's free speech and free content: www.lukestorey.com/telegram   Related Shows Episode 292: Fake Food and Modern Medicine: Reclaim Your Health w/ Nature's Wisdom 

All That Jazz
Ep. 98 Palm Leaf Readings, Free Will and Cooperation (with Stephan Oesterreicher)

All That Jazz

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 68:01


Here in this video I talk to Stephan Oesterreicher about his early beginning and spiritual background; seeking out spiritual practices and teachers; Himalayan monks; choosing work based on what he loves - spirituality; discovering palm leaf reading; his own experience with a reading; his view on free will vs predetermination; what recommendations the leaves might have for people; the process of the reading itself and what can people expect during and after the reading; who the Rishi's are and their role in palm leaves; 54:08 what a palm leaf looks like; Vedic astrology's connection to palm leaf readings & the cooperation he feels with other businesses that do similar palm leaf readings. Stephan's website: https://mypalmleaf.com/?mpl=14 YouTube version of the podcast: https://youtu.be/jYju5kJGCzY

Armchair Explorer
Below Another Sky: A Himalayan Adventure in Search of a Lost Father with Mountaineer Rick Ridgeway

Armchair Explorer

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 42:02


Follow legendary mountaineer Rick Ridgeway on the most profound adventure of his life, a journey through the Himalayas in search of a lost friend. In 1980, while climbing a remote peak in eastern Tibet, Rick and his three climbing partners were hit by a devastating avalanche. Rick survived but as he pulled himself out from under the snow, he saw his best friend Jonathan Wright lying on the ground not moving. He gave him mouth-to-mouth, he stroked his hair, he held him in his lap, but it wasn't enough. Jonathan died a few minutes later in his arms. As he died, Rick made a promise. Thousands of miles away Jonathan's baby daughter, Asia, was taking her first steps. He promised he would be there for her and watch over her as she grew. 18 years later, Asia turned up on his doorstep with a favor to ask. She wanted to go find her father's grave to pay her respects, and she wanted to Rick to take her. This is the story of the adventure. "A life worth living is lived at the edges where it is wild"                     - Rick RidgewayBut it is also the story of one of the greatest mountaineers of all time. Rick's latest book is called 'Life Lived Wild: Adventures at the Edge of the Map'.  It is a beautiful memoir of a life lived to the full, immersed in the beauty and adventure of the natural world. Through this episode we will also hear some of Rick's other favorite tales of adventure and learn the wisdom those wild places have given him. More info at www.patagonia.com Highlights includeGetting lost while sailing across the Pacific Ocean in search of TahitiTaking the famous newscaster Tom Brokaw to the summit of Mount Rainier with legendary climbers Yvonne Chouinard and Doug Tompkins.Nearly dying of hypothermia while kayaking across a frozen lake in Chilean Patagonia.Discovering what it feels like to be trapped in an avalanche facing certain deathFollowing the journey of Rick and Asia through one of the most spectacular landscapes in the worldLearning the wisdom of a life spent in the wild and how nature can be our greatest teacher Join the CommunityIf you're enjoying the show please consider showing your support by buying me a pint! The show is free but it takes many hours to produce and almost all of it is done singlehandedly by me. The sponsors cover costs, but not my time. If you like what you hear and think that two episodes a month is worth the price of a single frosty beverage then please go to www.patreon.com/armchairexplorerpodcast. From just $5 per month you will get you ad free episodes and access to our explorers community with exclusive travel discount vouchers delivered right to your inbox each month. Buy me a pint! ... the next round will be on me.Thank you Sponsors!Today's episode is sponsored by Wayfarer Vans - the backpacker's version of camper vans. Kick-ass van conversions at literally ¼ price of other people, that are designed to de-clutter your adventure so you can be in the moment, taking in the wild spaces your van has delivered you to.  www.wayfarervans.comLet's Hang outFollow @armchairexplorerpodcast on Instagram and Facebook or head over to www.armchair-explorer.com to find more background information on this episode  

大紀元新聞
新研究:喜馬拉雅冰川以「異常速度」融化 | 大紀元 | 大纪元

大紀元新聞

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 3:16


橫跨喜馬拉雅山脈的冰川正在以驚人速度融化。一項新研究表明,過去40年,那裡巨大的冰蓋收縮速度是前七個世紀的10倍,恐危及亞洲大批居民。 更多內容請見:https://www.epochtimes.com/b5/21/12/21/n13449968.htm 大纪元,大纪元新闻,大紀元,大紀元新聞,Himalayan glaciers, 喜馬拉雅冰川, 融化, 冰川 Support this podcast

Tech News Now
Himalayan glaciers are melting at an 'exceptional rate' due to global warming, new study says

Tech News Now

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 3:40


A new study finds the accelerating melting of Himalayan glaciers is also outpacing the shrinkage of glaciers elsewhere in the world. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Life Stylist
Ozone Power! Nature's Oldest Medicine & The Future Of Healing w/ Micah Lowe #384

The Life Stylist

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 88:27


For anyone outside of biohacking circles, ozone is often understood to be a pollutant or something miles out of our reach, under threat from climate change and aerosol spray cans. For years, ozone-related information, generators, and personal use have been clouded in mystery – even fear. But did you know that it can also be used to heal chronic infections and skin conditions as well as purify your environment? It's time to meet THE ozone guy, Micah Lowe.  In this episode, Micah and I break down all things ozone, from the historical roots of this disruptive molecule and different applications of ozone (I love blasting it into my ears), to how to safely use ozone generators at home. You'll learn why ozone therapy has been stifled within the traditional medical community and how Micah's mission to help people get started with ozone has evolved and grown over the years.  To get your hands on your own ozone generator – and save a cool 10% – go to lukestorey.com/simplyo3 and use the code “luke10”.   06:09 — How Micah Found his Purpose Making ozone therapy devices more widely accessible  Healing modalities getting sidelined by big pharma Ozone through history  Can ozone neutralize “everything”?  Why ozone is an amazing immune balancer    25:26 — How to Use Ozone in the Home  Breaking down different ozone generators  Ozone solutions that cost less than $1,000 What you should look out for in an ozone generator  The different applications for ozone   Ozone for respiratory issues and skin issues  The correct doses of ozone and how to calculate your treatments  The Madrid Declaration: the only global consensus document on ozone therapy  The definitive guide to using ozone  Topical applications of ozone oil  The role of ozone in dentistry and how Dr. Valerie Kanter is trying to replace bleach with ozone Why Micah disagrees with the DIV ozone method The differences between ozone EBOO and 10 pass    01:02:32 — Ozone as a Purifier  Micah's perspective on ozone efficacy in saunas  Using ozone as a cleaning agent to clean your house and car Ozone and ice baths  More about this episode. Watch on YouTube. Connect with Luke on social media to learn how to take your lifestyle to the next level, plus catch exclusive live interviews & events: INSTAGRAM - @lukestorey // instagram.com/lukestorey/ FACEBOOK - facebook.com/MrLukeStorey/ TWITTER - @MrLukeStorey // twitter.com/MRLUKESTOREY YOUTUBE - youtube.com/c/LukeStorey   THIS SHOW IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY: SUPER SPECIOSA. Feel good without feeling impaired with pure Kratom leaf that's been rigorously third-party-lab tested. Go to getsuperleaf.com/luke and use the code “LUKE” for 20% off.    AND...   CACAO BLISS. Back in the day, I used to have to take about 50 ingredients to make an elixir or a smoothie. I had to mix them together, make a big mess, and it took up a bunch of space in the cabinet. But Cacao Bliss has changed the game. Now I have amazing ceremony-grade organic ingredients like raw cacao, turmeric, black pepper, MCT powder, cinnamon, monk fruit, coconut nectar, lucuma, mesquite, and Himalayan salt all in one. So this is the ultimate superfood elixir, but it really tastes like chocolate milk. It's just absolutely fantastic. Try it yourself by using code “LUKE15” for 15% off at earthechofoods.com/lukestorey.   AND…   ONNIT. Ease into a flow state and “get in the zone” with Onnit's Alpha BRAIN nootropic: the dietary supplement that helps support cognitive functions, including memory, mental processing, speed and focus. Fire up your potential–and save 10%–by heading to onnit.com/luke.  HELP SUPPORT THIS SHOW! Love the show? You'll really love Luke's Master Market Online Store!  It's a win-win! Get direct links to all of Luke's hand-picked biohacking and health products all in one place, exclusive discounts, and support the show by making purchases through the web store >> SHOP NOW.   Other ways to support:  SUBSCRIBE >> Apple Podcasts + Stitcher + Google Podcasts + Spotify LEAVE APPLE PODCASTS REVIEW >> Simple step-by-step instructions SHARE >> Spread the word! Tell your family, friends, neighbors, and all your social pals   Resources drsozone.com lukestorey.com/simplyo3: Use the code "luke10” to save 10% on your ozone generator The Madrid Declaration: isco3.org  Ozone bleach replacement  in dentistry by Dr. Valerie Kanter: i-endo.com/doctors/valerie-kanter Ozone cleaning for pools: insulinfriendly.com/?page_id=38 Are you ready to block harmful blue light, and look great at the same time? Check out Gilded By Luke Storey. Where fashion meets function: gildedbylukestorey.com Join me on Telegram for the uncensored content big tech won't allow me to post. It's free speech and free content: www.lukestorey.com/telegram   Related Shows Episode #350: The Ultimate Ozone Show: The Miracle Molecule for Radical Health Energy W/ Ian Mitchell

Frommer's Day by Day Audio Walking Tours
You Can Take This Epic Himalayan Trek for the First Time in Decades

Frommer's Day by Day Audio Walking Tours

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021


The epic Trans Bhutan Trail through the East Himalayas reopens to trekkers in 2022. | Frommer's

BHP PodioBook Book Club -  Bookclub meets Podcast!
BHP Book Club - Meet Jeff Rasley - S2 E11

BHP PodioBook Book Club - Bookclub meets Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 31:17


Jeff is back. He joined the book club in May 1 2021 and been working on his next masterpiece. Today he discusses his twelfth book America's Existential Crisis: Our Inherited Obligation to Native Nations. You can find all of Jeff's books on Amazon and other online ebook retailers. Jeff's family owns a small publishing company - Midsummer Publishing You can connect with Jeff at http://www.jeffreyrasley.com Amazon Author page: https://www.amazon.com/Jeff-Rasley/e/B004Q3D6B2?ref_=dbs_p_pbk_r00_abau_000000 More about Jeff Jeff Rasley lives on the White River in Indianapolis with Alicia and Bandit. His first published writing was melancholic-adolescent poetry in the Hanover College Fine Arts Journal. Over 80 feature articles in law, travel, spirituality, politics, and human interest followed in Newsweek, Chicago Magazine, ABA Journal, and other periodicals. Jeff is the author of eleven books Jeff dropped out of college, saved money from factory work, then hitchhiked across the USA. Money earned on a road crew financed travels in Europe and motorcycling from Indiana to Mexico City. Marriage and kids lessened travel time, but he leads Himalayan treks and mountaineering expeditions, has scuba dived throughout the Caribbean, and sea-kayaked in Palau, Tonga, and the Greek Isles. Jeff's commitment to social activism and philanthropy began in high school when he co-founded the Goshen Walk for Hunger. In law school he fought for renters' rights and organized the first rent strike in Indiana as president of the Indianapolis Tenants Association. As a young lawyer Jeff founded free legal clinics at two inner-city churches in Indianapolis. He was lead counsel on class action suits for prisoners which resulted in the construction of two new jails in Central Indiana. Jeff was plaintiff in a class action requiring clean-up of the White River after it was polluted by an industrial chemical spill. He spent 5 days working for NOLA Habitat for Humanity after Katrina, and funded the Jeff & Alicia Rasley Internship Program for the ACLU of Indiana. Jeff is the founder of the Basa Village Foundation, which funds culturally sensitive development in Nepal. He has served as president and director of Indianapolis Scientech Club and its foundation, which promotes scientific inquiry and learning. Jeff is a director of six nonprofits, including the Indianapolis Peace & Justice Center, University of Chicago Alumni Club, and Phi Beta Kappa of Indiana. He is U.S. liaison for the Himalayan expedition company Adventure GeoTreks Ltd. He has taught courses on "culturally sensitive development" and philanthropy at Butler and Marian Universities and memoir writing at the Indiana Writing Center. Jeff's BA is from U of Chicago magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, All-Academic All-State Football, letter winner in swimming and football; JD Indiana University Law School cum laude, Moot Court, Indiana Law Review; MDiv Christian Theological Seminary magna cum laude, co-valedictorian and Faculty Award Scholar. He has been admitted to the Indiana, US District, and US Supreme Court Bars. Jeff describes reading Marcel Proust's Remembrance of Things Past as great an adventure as climbing Himalayan peaks. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bright-headed-publishing/message

The Life Stylist
Biohacking For Women: Red Light, Hormones, Fasting & Fitness W/ Kristin Weitzel #383

The Life Stylist

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 118:36


To all the fierce females out there, this one's for you. After receiving many requests for a female-focused look at biohacking, I found the perfect woman for the job. Meet warrior woman, Kristin Weitzel, a biohacking expert who helps transform women into the healthy powerhouses they were meant to be.  So much research, and so many lifestyle products and diets are formulated with men in mind that women find themselves at the periphery in a male-dominated field. However, self-optimization and longevity should be, are, for everyone, so I wanted to equip our female listeners with relevant information tailored to the specific mechanics of the female body.  In this episode, Kristin shares her journey from ballet to biohacking, and unpacks the perfect female formula combining red light therapy, ice baths, and food as a fuel for physical performance and hormonal strength. We also talk about how FlexBeam, a powerful infrared light device, can improve recovery and boost cellular health.  You can try the FlexBeam out for yourself at recharge.health, and use the code LUKESTOREY for $30 off. With it, you will get $30 off one unit, but FlexBeam have offered Life Stylists an incredible discount just for this holiday season. Use the same code for $230 off any purchase of two FlexBeams! 09:01 — Food: The First Frontier  Relationship to food as a dancer  Experiences with food combining and vegetarianism  The impact of reading “Clean”  Other Influential women in the biohacking space (Dr. Stacy Sims & Emily Fletcher)   28:19 — Fasting as a Female  The importance of body recovery  Kristen's conservative approach to fasting  Increasing HGH as a woman using ice baths, red light therapy, and Vespa   39:38 — Red Light Therapy & Ice Baths  The rise of fem tech and intravaginal devices (Yarlap & Bfit)  The FlexBeam in action   Understanding red light wavelengths ranges  The mobile advantage of FlexBeam Why ice baths are amazing for women  How cold therapy can recomposition your body    1:27:16 — Areas of Research for Women  Food, fitness, and syncing with your cycle The 8 days a month women train better  Increasing bone density through weight training  Improving your mobility practice    More about this episode. Watch on YouTube.   Connect with Luke on social media to learn how to take your lifestyle to the next level, plus catch exclusive live interviews & events: INSTAGRAM - @lukestorey // instagram.com/lukestorey/ FACEBOOK - facebook.com/MrLukeStorey/ TWITTER - @MrLukeStorey // twitter.com/MRLUKESTOREY YOUTUBE - youtube.com/c/LukeStorey THIS SHOW IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY: BLUBLOX. Blue light hitting your skin at night can disrupt your sleep and circadian rhythms. The flicker and EMF from regular light bulbs or other red LED bulbs may damage your health according to some studies. Fortunately, BLUblox has designed Lumi Sleep+: the ultimate zero flicker, zero blue, and green light bulb for after-sunset use. You can get all of this epicness and more by using the code LIFESTYLIST for 15% off at blublox.com/lifestylist.   AND...   CACAO BLISS. Back in the day, I used to have to take about 50 ingredients to make an elixir or a smoothie. I had to mix them together, make a big mess, and it took up a bunch of space in the cabinet. But Cacao Bliss has changed the game. Now I have amazing ceremony-grade organic ingredients like raw cacao, turmeric, black pepper, MCT powder, cinnamon, monk fruit, coconut nectar, lucuma, mesquite, and Himalayan salt all in one. So this is the ultimate superfood elixir, but it really tastes like chocolate milk. It's just absolutely fantastic. Try it yourself by using code “LUKE15” for 15% off at earthechofoods.com/lukestorey.   AND…   EATON HEMP. The CBD industry is all about trust, and with so many brands out there just slapping labels on products it is important to know where your products come from. I love Eaton Hemp because they're transparent about where everything comes from–an organic farm in upstate NY where you get the goodness of clean soil. Head to eatonhemp.com and use the code: “LUKE” for 20% off all products.  HELP SUPPORT THIS SHOW! Love the show? You'll really love Luke's Master Market Online Store!  It's a win-win! Get direct links to all of Luke's hand-picked biohacking and health products all in one place, exclusive discounts, and support the show by making purchases through the web store >> SHOP NOW.   Other ways to support:  SUBSCRIBE >> Apple Podcasts + Stitcher + Google Podcasts + Spotify LEAVE APPLE PODCASTS REVIEW >> Simple step-by-step instructions SHARE >> Spread the word! Tell your family, friends, neighbors, and all your social pals   Resources Website: warriorwomanmode.com/luke and save $500 on Kristen's course on optimizing wellness Recharge.health and use code LUKESTOREY to Save 30% on FlexBEAM Are you ready to block harmful blue light, and look great at the same time? Check out Gilded By Luke Storey. Where fashion meets function: gildedbylukestorey.com Join me on Telegram for the uncensored content big tech won't allow me to post. It's free speech and free content: www.lukestorey.com/telegram   Related Shows Episode #351: Chill Out: The Ice Bath Revolution w/ Morozko Forge's Jason Stauffer & Adrienne Jezick

Be Well and Be Green
Wellness and salt

Be Well and Be Green

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 14:37


Episode 33: In this episode, host Angie Gust talks about the different types of salts- table salt, and the more natural salts- regular sea salt, pink Himalayan rock salt, and Celtic sea salt. Dr. Steven Lin says that It's important to differentiate between a natural salt and table salt. Table salt is mostly sodium chloride and heavily processed. Natural salts come in their complete, whole form.  He says to always choose a natural salt, and try to avoid the processed table salt variety.  Now turning to the environment, a recent article talks hopefully about the possibility of changes to address climate change may come about swiftly. It highlighted that the transition in the US from horse-drawn carriages to cars running on fossil fuels took just over a decade and suggests that the diffusion of new technologies tends to be self-accelerating. Let's be hopeful and support climate-friendly new technologies.   References Carbon sinks: How nature helps fight climate change. DW. https://www.dw.com/en/carbon-sinks-how-nature-helps-fight-climate-change/a-59835700 Enck, J. July 24, 2021. One Planet 20 companies produce 55% of the world's single use plastic waste Exxon and Dow top the list. Beyond Plastics. https://www.beyondplastics.org/news-stories/one-planet-twenty-companies-produce-fifty-five-percent-worlds-single-use-plastic-waste Hassan, A., Ali, S., Mohyuddin, A. 2016.Chemical characterization of unrefined rock salt deposits of Pakistan. Pakistan Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research, 59: 126-130. Lin, S.  5 Reasons why salt is good for you according to medicine. https://www.drstevenlin.com/salt-good-for-you/ Lin, S.  The Dental Diet. The Surprising Link between Your Teeth, Real Food, and Life-Changing Natural Health. Hay House, 2018. Meredith, S. May 18, 2021. Just 20 companies are responsible for over half of ‘throwaway' plastic waste, study says. https://www.cnbc.com/2021/05/18/20-companies-responsible-for-55percent-of-single-use-plastic-waste-study.html Monbiot, G.  Nov. 14, 2021. After the failure of COP 26, there's only one last hope for our survival. https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2021/nov/14/cop26-last-hope-survival-climate-civil-disobedience Taylor RS, Ashton KE, Moxham T, Hooper L, Ebrahim S. Reduced dietary salt for the prevention of cardiovascular disease: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials (Cochrane review). Am J Hypertens. 2011 Aug;24(8):843-53. doi: 10.1038/ajh.2011.115. Epub 2011 Jul 6. PMID: 21731062. The Social Justice Lab. Jul 8, 2021. Ideology May Help Explain Anti-Scientific Attitudes. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/social-justice-pacifists/202107/ideology-may-help-explain-anti-scientific-attitudes Yeung, P. Nov 23, 2021. France Is Freeing Fruit and Veg from Its Plastic Prison. Reasons to be cheerful. https://reasonstobecheerful.world/france-plastic-packaging-fruit-vegetables/  

Asia Rising
#176: Himalayan Refugees and Climate Change

Asia Rising

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 22:01


The Himalaya and the adjacent Tibetan plateau house the globe's third biggest ice packed are the source of most of Asia's major rivers. Over the past century of the people of these mountains have had to endure colonisation unstable geopolitics, and now a climate changing at twice the global average. Despite this they have survived and in some cases thrived, coming up with innovative ways to approach these changes. Guest: Tsechu Dolma (Co-founder and Director, Mountain Resiliency Project) Host: Dr Ruth Gamble (DECRA Fellow, History, La Trobe University) Recorded on 8 December, 2021.

Nightlife
Exploring the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan

Nightlife

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 14:00


Bhutan is famous for its mountains and Gross National Happiness Index, but what else does this so called 'hermit kingdom' have to offer travellers?

Carole Baskins Diary
2015-11-10 Carole Baskin‘s Diary

Carole Baskins Diary

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2021 2:59


How Babylon Got His Name   Photo of Jamie holding a Himalayan kitten when we lived at 11306 Castleberry Road, Odessa, FL    Today I responded to someone who was thanking me for advising them against buying hybrid cats.   Hi Christopher,  Thank you for doing the research before falling victim to someone who would take your money and ruin your life  and that of yet one more hapless hybrid.  Getting to know the rescue groups for particular breeds is a great way to get the purr-sonality you are seeking without supporting those who breed to sell.   I've never found a hybrid rescue that I could recommend.  I'm guessing it is because so few would be adoptable.  That has been our experience with the few hybrids we have rescued over the years.   The bigger cats seem to always come with long coats and surprisingly, the cats best known for fetching, swimming and outrageously wonderful personalities are Himalayans.  It is probably the Siamese in their backgrounds that make them so.  Shelters end up with a lot of part Siamese, or part Himalayan, that would have shorter coats.  I've had both over the years and have to admit that the added fun of a rambunctious cat, usually comes with a healthy heaping of shredding the environment.  If you consider the trade off of a couch for a park bench, you may want to contact Himalayan or Siamese rescue groups.   We frequently have people contact us to unload their hybrid cats, but despite their claims that their cats are angels, you know they are dealing with habits they can't stand if they have resorted to a big cat sanctuary to offload them.  We wouldn't want to be the middle man in such transactions, because it is so rare for the hybrid cats to not spray.   If I might be allowed to offer a little woo woo advice, that has always worked for me:  Every morning, first thing when you wake up, picture yourself and that perfect cat companion.  See yourselves doing the fun things together that you imagine.  That cat will wander into your life when you least expect it.  You will know each other at first glance.  I have such a soulmate.   Babylon was dumped at our front gate, in a pet carrier, at the edge of death from a blockage. I suspect his owner couldn't afford the vet costs, nor the expensive diet he requires. He's a black and white tuxedo cat, but clearly has Siamese genes due to his loud and continuous vocalizations.  He got his name because the first time I saw him I exclaimed, out loud, "I haven't seen you since Babylon!"   Good luck to you and the cat who is looking for you now.   Hi, I'm Carole Baskin and I've been writing my story since I was able to write, but when the media goes to share it, they only choose the parts that fit their idea of what will generate views.  If I'm going to share my story, it should be the whole story.  The titles are the dates things happened. If you have any interest in who I really am please start at the beginning of this playlist: http://savethecats.org/   I know there will be people who take things out of context and try to use them to validate their own misconception, but you have access to the whole story.  My hope is that others will recognize themselves in my words and have the strength to do what is right for themselves and our shared planet.     You can help feed the cats at no cost to you using Amazon Smile! Visit BigCatRescue.org/Amazon-smile   You can see photos, videos and more, updated daily at BigCatRescue.org   Check out our main channel at YouTube.com/BigCatRescue   Music (if any) from Epidemic Sound (http://www.epidemicsound.com) This video is for entertainment purposes only and is my opinion.

SoulFull Veda
73. Yoga Nidra as a State of Consciousness with Tracee Stanley

SoulFull Veda

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2021 69:08


Tracee Stanley is the founder of Empowered Life Circle, a sacred community and portal of practices, rituals, and Tantric teachings inspired by more than 20 years of study in various Yoga and Tantric traditions, including Sri Vidya Tantra and the teachings of the Himalayan masters.As a post-lineage teacher, Tracee is devoted to sharing the wisdom of yoga nidra, meditation, self-inquiry, nature as a teacher, ritual, and ancestor reverence. She is the creatrix of the Empowered Life Self-Inquiry Oracle Deck and host of the Radiant Rest Podcast, which celebrates the practices, teachers, and traditions that prioritize the rituals of rest, sacred dreaming, and self-care.Tracee's best-selling book Radiant Rest - Yoga Nidra for Deep Relaxation and Awakened Clarity, published by Shambhala Publishing, is now available everywhere books are sold. She is currently working on her second book and oracle deck. Learn more at radiantrest.com, and traceeyoga.com.Tune in to hear - 8:30 - Tracee's defining before and after moment that occurred during a sunrise12:45 - When rest feels unsafe20:15 - Seeing Yoga Nidra as a level of consciousness rather than a technique25:45 - What waking, dreaming, and sleeping really is36:45 - The role of Yogis in biofeedback therapy42:30- Being addicted to chaos and shifting into more ease51:15 - Bringing Yoga Nidra into the everyday moments58:30 - If people actually practiced rest during lockdown1:02:30 - The future of rest in allopathic and alternative medicineLinks - Find Tracee's 5 Day Deep Relaxation Course on The CommuneJoin her online community at Empowered Life CircleIntention Activation Workshop happening on New YearsBooks mentioned in the podcast -Way of the Peaceful WarriorThe ProphetTantric MeditationIllusions by Richard BachThe Celestine ProphecyLink to apply to the California College of Ayurveda and get your application fee waived!

My Independence Report
Jeff Rasley- Author ” America‘s Existential Crisis”

My Independence Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 59:05


Jeff Rasley lives on the White River in Indianapolis with Alicia and Bandit. His first published writing was melancholic-adolescent poetry in the Hanover College Fine Arts Journal. Over 80 feature articles on law, travel, spirituality, politics, and human interest followed in Newsweek, Chicago Magazine, ABA Journal, and other periodicals. Jeff is the author of eleven books. Jeff dropped out of college, saved money from factory work, then hitch-hiked across the USA. Money earned on a road crew financed travels in Europe and motorcycling from Indiana to Mexico City. Marriage and kids lessened travel time, but he leads Himalayan treks and mountaineering expeditions, has scuba dived throughout the Caribbean, and sea-kayaked in Palau, Tonga, and the Greek Isles. Jeff's commitment to social activism and philanthropy began in high school when he co-founded the Goshen Walk for Hunger. In law school he fought for renters' rights and organized the first rent strike in Indiana as president of the Indianapolis Tenants Association. As a young lawyer Jeff founded free legal clinics at two inner-city churches in Indianapolis. He was lead counsel on class action suits for prisoners which resulted in the construction of two new jails in Central Indiana. Jeff was the lead plaintiff in a class action requiring clean-up of the White River after it was polluted by an industrial chemical spill. He spent 5 days working for NOLA Habitat for Humanity after Katrina, and funded the Jeff & Alicia Rasley Internship Program for the ACLU of Indiana. Jeff is the founder of the Basa Village Foundation, which funds culturally sensitive development in Nepal. He has served as president and director of Indianapolis Scientech Club and its foundation, which promotes scientific inquiry and learning. Jeff is a director of six nonprofits, including the Indianapolis Peace & Justice Center, University of Chicago Alumni Club, and Phi Beta Kappa of Indiana. He is U.S. liaison for the Himalayan expedition company Adventure GeoTreks Ltd. He has taught courses on "culturally sensitive development" and philanthropy at Butler and Marian Universities and memoir writing at the Indiana Writing Center. Jeff's BA is from U of Chicago magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, All-Academic All-State Football, letter winner in swimming and football; JD Indiana University Law School cum laude, Moot Court, Indiana Law Review; MDiv Christian Theological Seminary magna cum laude, co-valedictorian and Faculty Award Scholar. He has been admitted to the Indiana, US District, and US Supreme Court Bars. Jeff describes reading Marcel Proust's Remembrance of Things Past as great an adventure as climbing Himalayan peaks. Contact through: http://www.jeffreyrasley.com

LifePix Relationships
240: How To Access You Real Truth with Marsha and Dan Nelson

LifePix Relationships

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 27:38


Marsha accessed her real truth through the power of her nondominant and made a list of exactly what she was looking for in a husband, down to what shoe size he was. On March.com in April 19 2002, Dan came into her life and this beautiful couple got married on December 30,2002 in Cabo San Lucas, Baja Sur Mexico. Marsha and Dan are partners in everything - travel, care and even business. Their 4 children between us and 5 grandchildren are living proof of how powerful their connection continues to be. They've done a lot of personal growth each and are true role models for their children, grandchildren, me and you. Dan is a retired golf coach and BCIS teacher from Edinburg, TX. Marsha is the co-founder of Creative Journal Expressive Arts certification training program. Now living in San Antonio, TX with their 14 yr. old Himalayan car, Co-Co Connect with Marsha and Dan Project Insight.net Take the Productivity Mindset Assessment FREE: Mindset Assessment

The Life Stylist
Super Learning, Memory Gains, Remote Viewing & Manifestation W/ Dr. Patrick Porter of BrainTap #381

The Life Stylist

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 123:49


This week's guest, Dr. Patrick Porter, is an award-winning hero in the field of brain training and a dream guest that's been on my list for years now.  Prepare to be bowled over by this rare human who has been manipulating his brain waves since the age of twelve. Fast-forward to today, by way of some out-of-this-world encounters, entrepreneurial triumphs, and divine interventions, he's created BrainTap Technologies, a global leader in self-improvement. Dr. Porter relays his long and winding journey into neuroscience, spirituality, and research as a pioneer in brain health (back when the topic was pushed to the peripheral edge of scientific interest). Dr. Porter has seen and done it all, from Remote Viewing at The Monroe Institute, to hypnosis, psychedelics, kundalini yoga, breathwork, and more.  Somehow, he has managed to distill his wealth of knowledge into the BrainTap device that's been wrapped around my head since the day we spoke. Try it – your brain will thank you for it.    07:55 — Training the Brain  Find Your Perfect High - the book that changed the course of his father's life Takeaways from Remote Viewing therapy at The Monroe Institute  Exploring the quantum gap  Looking at the imbalanced brain  Paul Twitchell's work and impact (In My Soul I Am Free: The Incredible Paul Twitchell Story) How Dr. Porter's life changed after reading “My Experience Preceding 5000 Burials” by Hamid Bey   01:07:00 - Hypnosis and BrainTap  Using NLP How BrainTap helps you find your own genius  BrainTap's unique take on affirmations and their effect Seeing beyond what's in front of you Why I use Braintap after a workout    01:29 — The Science Behind BrainTap  Converting energy through eyes  The frequency and information found in light  Why pain is optional  Teachings from Stuart Wilde  The power of mixing up your meditation routine  Explaining binaural beats Are these technologies invasive?    More about this episode. Watch on YouTube.   Connect with Luke on social media to learn how to take your lifestyle to the next level, plus catch exclusive live interviews & events: INSTAGRAM - @lukestorey // instagram.com/lukestorey/ FACEBOOK - facebook.com/MrLukeStorey/ TWITTER - @MrLukeStorey // twitter.com/MRLUKESTOREY YOUTUBE - youtube.com/c/LukeStorey THIS SHOW IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY: ONNIT. Ease into a flow state and “get in the zone” with Onnit's Alpha BRAIN nootropic: the dietary supplement that helps support cognitive functions, including memory, mental processing, speed and focus. Fire up your potential–and save 10%–by heading to onnit.com/luke.    AND...   CACAO BLISS. Back in the day, I used to have to take about 50 ingredients to make an elixir or a smoothie. I had to mix them together, make a big mess, and it took up a bunch of space in the cabinet. But Cacao Bliss has changed the game. Now I have amazing ceremony-grade organic ingredients like raw cacao, turmeric, black pepper, MCT powder, cinnamon, monk fruit, coconut nectar, lacuma, mesquite, and Himalayan salt all in one. So this is the ultimate superfood elixir, but it really tastes like chocolate milk. It's just absolutely fantastic. Try it yourself by using code “LUKE15” for 15% off at earthechofoods.com/lukestorey.   AND…   Eaton Hemp - The CBD industry is all about trust, and with so many brands out there just slapping labels on products it is important to know where your products come from. I love Eaton Hemp because they're transparent about where everything comes from–an organic farm in upstate NY where you get the goodness of clean soil. Head to eatonhemp.com and use the code: “LUKE” for 20% off all products.  HELP SUPPORT THIS SHOW! Love the show? You'll really love Luke's Master Market Online Store!  It's a win-win! Get direct links to all of Luke's hand-picked biohacking and health products all in one place, exclusive discounts, and support the show by making purchases through the web store >> SHOP NOW.   Other ways to support:  SUBSCRIBE >> Apple Podcasts + Stitcher + Google Podcasts + Spotify LEAVE APPLE PODCASTS REVIEW >> Simple step-by-step instructions SHARE >> Spread the word! Tell your family, friends, neighbors, and all your social pals   Resources Try BrainTap: lukestorey.com/braintap Instagram: @drpatrickporter + @braintaptech Are you ready to block harmful blue light, and look great at the same time? Check out Gilded By Luke Storey. Where fashion meets function: gildedbylukestorey.com Join me on Telegram for the uncensored content big tech won't allow me to post. It's free speech and free content: www.lukestorey.com/telegram   Related Shows Episode #265: Maximum Meditation w/ NuCalm: The Ultimate Stress Relief System  with Jim Poole

The Musafir Stories - India Travel Podcast
Darjeeling with Vaibhav Dewan

The Musafir Stories - India Travel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 57:57


This week, The Musafir Stories speaks with a dear friend, traveler and host of the podcast Baap beeti, Vaibhav Dewan!Today's destination: Darjeeling and Kalimpong!Nearest Airport: Bagdogra Airport, IXBNearest Railway Station: New Jalpaiguri, NJPPrerequisites - NAPacking - Make sure to carry warm clothes and accessoriesTime of the year - April, September-October is a good timeLength of the itinerary: 6-7 daysItinerary Highlights:Vaibhav shares his itinerary around Darjeeling and Kalimpong, traveling with a toddler! The journey starts with a flight to Bagdogra or New Jalpaiguri, depending on your mode of transport.The team hails a cab ride from the station to reach Darjeeling. The first day is spent seeing around the area, including the Cable car/ropeway, which is one of the longest in Asia.The area near Chowrasta and the Mall road are full of tourists along with eateries as well as local shops to shop for souvenirs as well as restaurants and cafes.A visit to St.Joseph's school, North Point is also well worth the time, and is the location of the popular bollywood flick, “Yaariyan”Tenzing Norgay Rock and Gombu Rock are other attractions in memory of the famous Sherpa mountaineers, Tenzing and Gombu Norgay.While in Darjeeling, make sure to try out the world famous Darjeeling tea. A visit to a tea estate also helps one understand the history of tea as well as the numerous types of tea grown in this area.The local markets around the mall road also have a variety of momos sold by locals, make sure to try that out.Other nature related places that should make it to your itinerary include Rock Garden, which has a variety of plants and trees and involves a small trek to a waterfall.Next up on the itinerary was a trip to the Dali monastery, along with the museum - a great chance to interact with the monks and understand the buddhist religion and culture. There are other popular monasteries like Ghum, Aloo bari, Bhooti Basti among others.A visit to Darjeeling is incomplete without experiencing the Darjeeling Himalayan railway - make sure to take a joy ride on the popular ‘toy train'. A short trip to Batasia loop is a must do - the location of the popular hit “mere sapno ki rani' starring Rajesh Khanna and Sharmila Tagore! The railways are also a UNESCO world heritage site!Next stop is the Japanese peace pagoda built by the Nipponzhan Myohoji foundation to promote peace in the aftermath of the 1945 bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.Another important point of interest is Tiger Hill, one of the most visited spots to get a view of Mt. Kanchenjunga, the third highest peak in the world at 8586m, after Mt. Everest and Mt.K2.Some popular eateries in the area include Keventers, Glenarys, Kunga's, Nathmull's, HImalayan coffee, Margaret's deck. Also don't forget to try the local spicy chilli - Daale, but try at your own risk!Kalimpong is not too far away from Darjeeling but provides an offbeat experience compared to it's more popular sibling. Places to check out include Lamahatta park, Durpin monastery, Cacti park and pineview nursery, Graham's homeschools, Morgan house and Crookety, Mangal Dham among others.Links:Vaibhav's podcast - Baap Beeti: https://open.spotify.com/show/5cELVD4HYXq0sAQ2lSKaccInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/pregnantpapa/Twitter: https://twitter.com/dewanekhaasLink to the Andaman Islands episode: https://shows.ivmpodcasts.com/show/the-musafir-stories-india-travel-podcast-yg3r-RgjYIgajKrExt2J2/episode/99-andaman-islands-with-vaibhav-dewan-mznq-IqY1WlDHPAvAzyb7?startTime=0Photo by Joy Amed on UnsplashFollow the Musafir stories on:Twitter : https://twitter.com/musafirstories?lang=enFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/themusafirstories/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/musafirstoriespodcast/?hl=enwebsite: www.themusafirstories.comemail: themusafirstories@gmail.comYou can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.You can check out our website at http://www.ivmpodcasts.com/

Sense-making in a Changing World
Episode 66: Permaculture and Development. Chris Evans and Morag Gamble

Sense-making in a Changing World

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 65:51


In this episode of Sense-Making in a Changing World I'm talking with Chris Evans. Chris been living and working entirely in the permaculture  development world for over three decades. His work in Nepal is inspirational and has influenced many programs globally. He fell in love with Nepal way back in 1985 when he was living there as a volunteer for community forestry programs. But he realised soon that that international development models weren't actually working. That's when he discovered permaculture and enrolled himself in a permaculture design course with Bill Mollison. Since completing the course, he's helped to adapt permaculture to the Himalayan context and brought learning opportunities to thousands of small farms, creating demonstration centres, local curriculum and resources, school programs , leading permaculture courses, training the trainer courses, and also helping with the establishment of barefoot trainers who go as needed to the villages to help build resilience in farming communities. I met Chris 25 years ago at a Permaculture Conference and recently visited him and his partner, Looby McNamara in England.  Looby has also been a guest of this show and their daughters have also joined in as guests on a Permayouth festival. They live at Applewood Permaculture Centre on the Welsh border. I'm so grateful for the chance to dive more deeply into the work that Chris does in permaculture development in this podcast. There are so many valuable lessons in this conversation. I hope you enjoy it just as much as I did.I'd like to acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which I'm meeting with you today and pay respects to their elders past present and emerging. I'm here on the unceded lands of the Gubbi Gubbi people and on the banks of the Moocaboola [Mary] River.MORAG GAMBLEPermaculture Education Institute - teaching permaculture teachers

每日一經濟學人 LEON x The Economist
*第五季*【EP. 260】#662 經濟學人導讀 feat. 國際時事 feat. 新聞評論【歐洲央行的貨幣政策;印度空污能致命;古巴 vs. 改變;印度觀光業 > 雙重意涵的不可思議】

每日一經濟學人 LEON x The Economist

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 32:33


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Empowering You Organically - Audio Edition
A Critically Important Nutrient You Probably Don't Think About

Empowering You Organically - Audio Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 29:24


Ready for some FREE education? So, let's talk about iodine. Iodine is essential for every function in your body including immune function, cardiovascular health, and metabolism. Of course it's instrumental for the thyroid. That's one of the big things we talk about in connection with iodine since iodine is the foundation for thyroid hormone production. So, it's super important. Do you ever think about iodine? Probably not. But you probably should! We're going to talk about iodine deficiency. We're going to talk in general about iodine; where did it come from, why it's important, and the different types or sources of iodine for your health. Tune in and get your learn on!   Iodine The fact is that iodine is utilized for just about every function in your body. Yet many people are unaware of their body's need for iodine, and that iodine deficiency has reached epidemic proportions worldwide.  History of Iodine Iodine was discovered in 1811 Iodine actually became the first modern medical treatment. It was the first time in medicine that one remedy was used to treat one disease, and that was when iodine was used to treat goiters. Iodine eventually became one of the primary antibiotics. It was used orally as an antibiotic—it was used topically as an antibiotic. Still today, we do use iodine in surgical rooms. We use it to paint over surgical wounds and things like that to make sure that they don't get infected.   Why Optimal Levels of Iodine Matters Iodine deficiency has multiple adverse effects on growth and development, and is the most common cause of preventable mental retardation in the world. Iodine deficiency disorders result from inadequate thyroid hormone production secondary to insufficient iodine. During pregnancy and early infancy, iodine deficiency can cause irreversible effects. 10 Signs & Symptoms of an Iodine Deficiency Swelling in the Neck – Swelling in the front of the neck, or a goiter, is a common symptom of an iodine deficiency. It occurs when your thyroid gland is forced to make thyroid hormones when there is a low supply of iodine in the body. Unexpected Weight Gain – Low iodine levels may slow your metabolism and encourage food to be stored as fat, rather than be burned as energy. This may lead to weight gain. Fatigue and Weakness – Low iodine levels may leave you feeling tired, sluggish and weak. This is because your body needs the mineral to make energy. Hair Loss – An iodine deficiency may prevent hair follicles from regenerating. Fortunately, getting sufficient iodine can help correct hair loss that occurs due to an iodine deficiency. Dry, Flaky Skin – Dry, flaky skin may occur with an iodine deficiency, as the mineral helps your skin cells regenerate. It also helps your body sweat and hydrates your skin cells, so an iodine deficiency can cause you to sweat less. Feeling Colder Than Usual – Iodine helps generate body heat, so low levels of it may leave you feeling colder than usual. Changes in Heart Rate – An iodine deficiency may slow your heart rate, which may leave you feeling weak, fatigued, dizzy and at risk of fainting. Trouble Learning and Remembering – An iodine deficiency at any age may cause you to struggle to learn and remember things. One possible reason for this might be an underdeveloped brain. Problems During Pregnancy – Getting enough iodine is especially important for pregnant and breastfeeding women, as they have higher needs. An iodine deficiency may cause severe side effects, especially for the baby, such as stunted growth and brain development. Heavy or Irregular Periods –  Some women with an iodine deficiency may experience heavy or irregular periods. This is because low thyroid hormone levels may interfere with hormones that are involved in regulating the menstrual cycle.   Different Kinds/Sources of Iodine   Salt The addition of iodine to the U.S. salt supply started in the 1920s in response to a government health mandate. During that time, up to 40% of the population of the upper Midwest and Great Lakes region suffered from goiters and other thyroid diseases caused by extreme iodine deficiency . [Note: a goiter is an enlarged thyroid gland that results in a swelling of the neck.] Adding iodine to table salt did help with the goiter epidemic, but that was about it. Nonetheless, it became the foundation upon which the U.S. RDA, or Recommended Daily Allowance (now called the Recommended Daily Intake, or RDI) was built. Today, the RDI for iodine is 150 mcg/day for an adult and 220 mcg/day for a pregnant woman. This amount may stop goiters, but it's not enough for all the iodine needs of the body. In order to make salt white and help it last longer, most manufacturers use a bleaching process. This adds dangerous halides such as chlorine and bromide to the mix, which block the body's absorption of iodine. In addition, other chemicals are often added to the salt, including manufactured iodide, sodium solo-co-aluminate, fluoride sodium bicarbonate, anti-caking agents, and aluminum derivatives. If you are going to sprinkle salt on your food, most health experts suggest Himalayan pink salt or Celtic sea salt, which contains trace amounts of naturally-produced iodine as well as other essential minerals. Food – Some foods are… Seaweed, sea food, fish, eggs, spinach, dairy, strawberries, and cranberries. Food alone is not enough due to the depletion of nutrients in the soil, as well as an increasing toxic load, has changed the amount of essential nutrients available in the foods we eat. Potassium Iodine Tablet Potassium and sodium are often part of the picture because they act as carriers for iodine that the human body can safely absorb. Iodine in its natural state is unstable and even dangerous. Scientists discovered a while ago that combining potassium with iodine to form potassium iodide can create a more stable form, which can be absorbed by the body. The downside regarding potassium iodine for everyday use is that only about 20% of this kind of iodine can be assimilated by the body.   Alcohol-Based vs Glycerin-Based The advantage of using a liquid for iodine transport is that it becomes more bioavailable to the body.   Alcohol based, however, is not the preferred method of liquid transport for several reasons. Most alcohol used for supplements are simple ethanol or grain alcohols, the same kind that the bartender puts in your favorite martini – not appropriate for children, pets, and those with high blood pressure or recovering from alcoholism. almost all alcohols are made with genetically-modified corn acts as a drying agent Glycerin –  (also known as glycerine, glycerol, or glycerite) has many advantages – that is, if you can find the right kind. Most commercial glycerin-based products, like commercial soaps, are sourced through animal products. A better option is vegetable-based glycerin. And the best of all is organic, non-GMO glycerin that is not made from soy or corn. Retains moisture Is antiseptic – good for burn salve Won't upset blood sugar levels Provides more stable shelf life  Nascent Iodine –  is also known as atomic iodine, monatomic iodine, Atomidine, or colloidal iodine. The term “nascent” refers to iodine that has an incomplete number of electrons. This gives it an electrical charge, according to a report conducted by the non-profit Weston Price Foundation and others. Many forms of dietary iodine break down into iodide in the digestive tract. In this state, iodine-dependent organs like the thyroid and reproductive organs cannot use it. The charge of nascent iodine helps it stay intact and absorb quickly and thoroughly into the organs that need it most.   Resources: History of U.S. Iodine Fortification and Supplementation NIH Fact Sheet for Professionals Iodine Deficiency - American Thyroid Association The Great Iodine Debate - Weston Price Foundation Iodine Articles in Organixx's INSPIRED Health Library Organixx Iodine - Shop here! Supplementing With Iodine? Make Sure It's the Right Kind for You! Organixx Iodine: Learn more!

The Life Stylist
The Myths Of Infertility + Primemester Power & Creating Superbabies W/ Dr. Cleopatra (& Alyson) #378

The Life Stylist

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 161:14


Dr. Cleopatra Kamperveen's groundbreaking formula of science, love, and empathy has resulted in a plethora of superbabies, often delivered by women who faced fertility challenges in the past.  In this episode, she explains how she did it (Dr. Cleopatra has conceived three superbabies naturally after the age of 35) and others can, too, with the Primemester Protocol. The magical 120-day window can holistically prepare the body and mind for giving birth. And guys, listen up because this concerns you too (you can start by taking your phone out of your pocket).  There is no black and white right or wrong way to get pregnant, give birth, or parent a child. Dr. Cleopatra's respect and balanced perspective for the infinite possibilities during the journey created such a sacred and safe space for my life partner, Alyson, and me to navigate this new territory with curiosity, grace, and excitement.  We're just about to embark on Dr. Cleopatra's blueprint and we invite anyone who feels called to become a parent in this lifetime to join her Primemester Protocol. Use the code “Luke300'' for a $300 credit.   18:29 — A Middle Ground For Science + Spirituality  Losing a mother during childbirth and how it has shaped Dr. Cleopatra's purpose  Pregnancy through the ages  How the modern world is mismatched to our innate biology    28:50 —The Primemester Protocol Why Dr. Cleopatra suggests preparing the body 120 days before ovulation  How older moms can feel empowered during the pregnancy process  Creating a magical window of opportunity for optimized epigenetics  Why creating superbabies requires both men and women  Guiding your partner while trusting her independent choices   49:50 — Three Things You Can Do For Your Fertility  The complex network of fertility  Why is fertility declining for men and women in the modern world? The difference between fertility challenges and infertility Releasing yourself from the label of “infertile”  How stress slows down the pregnancy process  Babies as the 7th sense Going public with your pregnancy experience vs. staying private    01:17:10 — Choosing Your Birth Story  How Dr. Cleopatra chose to deliver her superbabies  Dealing with trauma during birth  Wild birthing and receiving support from the community Why “The Red Tent” is one of Dr. Cleopatra's favorite books The superbaby boom that's happening right now   01:31:28 — Biohacking in Pregnancy  Is there a place for lab testing? Creating diversity in the microbiome: the mother of fertility  Vaginal births and feeding your baby  How the food pyramid created Type F diabetes Boosting mitochondrial function to overcome reproductive ageing  The disruptive effects of EMF and broken circadian rhythms  How IVF syncs with Dr. Cleopatra's work    2:06:33 —  Conscious Conception  The rituals involved in partnership Security, safety, and sufficient resources  Why the female orgasm can help you get pregnant quicker  Creating a family vision with your partner    More about this episode. Watch on YouTube. Connect with Luke on social media to learn how to take your lifestyle to the next level, plus catch exclusive live interviews & events: INSTAGRAM - @lukestorey // instagram.com/lukestorey/ FACEBOOK - facebook.com/MrLukeStorey/ TWITTER - @MrLukeStorey // twitter.com/MRLUKESTOREY YOUTUBE - youtube.com/c/LukeStorey THIS SHOW IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY: Leela Quantum Tech - Improves your health, fitness levels, and mindset. 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Light After Trauma
Episode 69: Tips to Combat Seasonal Depression with Alyssa Scolari, LPC

Light After Trauma

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 33:50


Daylight savings time and the decreasing temperatures have some of us feeling blue, but it doesn't have to be this way! If the lack of sunlight and cold weather have you feeling down, tune in for some tips on how to thrive this winter.  Check out the Light After Trauma website for transcripts, other episodes, Alyssa's guest appearances, and more at: www.lightaftertrauma.com Support the Podcast   Transcript: Alyssa Scolari [00:23]: Hey, everybody, welcome back to another episode of the Light After Trauma podcast. This is episode 69, I believe. Wow. It is wild that I have almost 70 episodes out, but I love it. I am loving it. Real quick, I just wanted to ask everybody to bear with me. I've been listening back to some of the more recent episodes, especially the solo ones, and the sound is a little bit echoey. And I was aware of it when I first moved into the new home and got a new office. This office is different because it has hardwood floors. So I've had to do a lot to try to make the space something that would be very sound absorbent. I am pretty particular about sound quality. So I am aware of it. None of you have said anything because you are all wonderful and amazing human beings, but I notice it and I just wanted to let you know that I'm aware of it. Alyssa Scolari [01:25]: I honestly thought that getting blinds in here would really help, but then I noticed in the episode that I recorded last week, it still sounded a little bit echoey. So I am doing everything I can on my end. I even have this sort of like foam sound absorbent, like casing, that's going around my microphone. So I'm trying to speak directly into that. But I just think it's going to be a little bit of time before I can buy some more things to fill up this space. We moved a couple months ago, so I do have a rug and all those good things, but I am doing my best. So bear with me for the time being, if this is a little bit echoey. Alyssa Scolari [02:15]: Okay, I just want to move right into then saying thank you to those of you who reached out to me on Instagram over the last couple of weeks, it's been really exciting. I feel like I have so many friends in all different parts of the world. And I love hearing from you and meeting you... Well, e-meeting you, I should say. So thank you. It's been really exciting. And if you have not done so already, please feel free to go give us a follow on Instagram. My handle is Light After Trauma. It's just the name of this podcast. We are putting out some good content and feel free to shoot me a DM and say hi. It's been really fun getting to meet people. Alyssa Scolari [03:00]: On that note... Oh no, I'm lying. There's one more thing that I wanted to say. And that was, if you haven't done so already, please go leave us a review wherever you like to listen. It would mean so much. It is really helpful in terms of being able to get this content out to more people. The more reviews and ratings that the podcast gets, the more people that it reaches. Basically the more press it gets essentially to put it pointblank. It's really about the ratings and the reviews, and it's really important to me to be able to get this content out to as many people as possible because the mental health crisis is real right now. It is probably the worst that I've ever seen it to date. The pandemic has so much to do with it and there are just simply not enough therapists to meet the needs of everybody who is searching for help and support and comfort. And it is only continuing to get worse, unfortunately. Alyssa Scolari [04:15]: So I just want to make sure that as many people out there are aware that there is some free content. If they're not able to get into a therapist, if it's scheduling purposes, if it's that they can't find a good therapist, if it's financial reasons, I want this content to be available for people. So I appreciate this. Thank you in advance for all of the support, as always. Alyssa Scolari [04:45]: And speaking of mental health and the need being in increasing demand for services, we are talking today about seasonal depression or the blues or whatever you want to call it. Some people have an issue with calling it depression and I think that's more because of the stigma surrounding depression, but I mean... I don't know. Some people call it the blues, the winter blues, whatever it may be. I call it seasonal depression. It is real. It is a very real thing and I actually didn't think that I struggled with this, but over the last few years, I've really started to struggle. And now that daylight savings time has happened, it is getting dark super early and it is cold. Depending on where you're at... Allison, if you're over there in San Diego, it might still be sunny and warm, and this might not pertain to you, but it is still getting dark a little bit earlier. Alyssa Scolari [05:54]: So whether it's the darkness that is a little bit depressing for you or whether it is the cold weather that is depressing for you, this is going to be a good episode because I am talking about tips to combat seasonal depression. I think that these tips are really helpful, not just for now, because right now we're in this place where we have the excitement of the holidays upon us, but after January 1st, really, I feel like those months from like January to March before the warmer weather gets here are really a struggle for people. So these tips are helpful, I think, right now as... basically up until I think it's December 21st, that it's just going to keep getting darker earlier and earlier. So it's helpful for right now, but it's also helpful for after the holidays, when we're sort of just waiting for the winter weather to roll around. There really aren't any holidays. There's not much going on. Alyssa Scolari [07:03]: I'm going to be talking about some of the things that really help me. So I'm going to be talking about a few different products that I use. None of these are advertisements. I am simply letting you know what products I enjoy using. Alyssa Scolari [07:20]: The first thing that I think can really help you is using a vitamin D supplement. And again, disclaimer, here, please, please speak to your doctor or your healthcare professional. This is not medical advice. I am not a doctor. So this is simply a suggestion that you might want to consider bringing up with your healthcare professional, with your doctor, your general practitioner, whoever. But vitamin D comes from the sun and that is something that in the wintertime, we tend to lack. I'm even deficient in vitamin D in the summer time, because I don't go outside as much because I am so prone to getting burned. Even with 100 SPF on, I get burned. So I'm vitamin D deficient all year round and I notice a huge difference. Alyssa Scolari [08:16]: Vitamin D comes in, I think, many different things. I think it comes in like gel capsules and then I take it in a liquid form. So I just have like two drops on my tongue every day and it is really, really helpful for me. So during this time of year, when we are getting less sunshine, it is important to make sure that we are not deficient in anything. And that doesn't just go for vitamin D. That goes for honestly, all of the supplements. I know that for me in the wintertime, for whatever reason, it's a pattern for me. I tend to be deficient in B12. And B12 when you're deficient in it can cause lots of anxiety, lots of depression, fatigue, et cetera. Alyssa Scolari [09:05]: So it's a good idea to talk to your doctor, and it is an even better idea to try to get some blood work as well, just to see where you're allow levels are at. That way you know if it's something that you need because having those supplements, especially vitamin D, can help get you through the darker colder months. And again, please talk to your doctor or your primary care physician before doing anything that is not medical advice, but just something you should talk to your doctor about. Alyssa Scolari [09:42]: The next thing that I have found to be really helpful is avoiding triggering TV shows. I know that the nighttime is when people love to put on the TV. I love to put on the TV too. I am no stranger to television. I love TV, but there are certain shows that I have found that if I start watching at night, especially during the winter and like the fall months when it's dark by four o'clock, I get really depressed. That includes like My True Crime shows. I was watching... What was I watching? Ugh. I was watching Burn Notice. If you have not watched Burn Notice and you like action-packed, funny... It's all fictional, but it has Jeffrey Donovan in it and Sharon Gless and Gabrielle Anwar, Bruce Campbell, some of the most amazing... Jeffrey Donovan is the most amazing actor I have seen. I have no idea why he is not Hollywood's biggest, most famous celebrity, but I digress. Alyssa Scolari [10:57]: Anyway, Burn Notice is one of my favorite shows of all time, but there is violence and it can get a little bit emotional at times. So I cannot watch Burn Notice. In fact, I actually had to... The show is seven seasons and I had to stop watching it in the middle of season seven because I noticed that I was getting like... It was depressing me. I was really getting in my head about the show and that's a real thing that happens to so many of us. I know I'm not the only one. So be very intentional about the shows that you watch this time of year. Alyssa Scolari [11:38]: I personally have been loving, don't laugh at me, loving The Muppets. If you have Disney+, there is a entire section dedicated to The Muppets and there's actually like a comedy. I think it's like a spinoff of The Office. Again, don't judge me for this, but I have never seen The Office. I've seen like bits and pieces. I am more of a Parks and Rec kind of girl, but The Muppets I think is like a spinoff of The Office. Unfortunately, it was canceled after one season, but you need to go and watch that season. It is hysterical and Pepe the King Prawn as the... Oh, he's my favorite Muppet of all time, please don't get me started. But that is something for me that is hysterical. It is not triggering. And The Muppets have like, I think they have a bunch of different movies on there too. So we saw a video or a movie with... Well, I think it was Muppets Most Wanted. It is just hysterical and you need to go watch it if you haven't. Alyssa Scolari [12:58]: What I'm trying to say here is I want you to watch shows that are more like that. Doesn't necessarily need to be The Muppets. You can put on a Disney movie. You can put on really any show. You can put on Friends, you can put on... I mean, really into the older stuff, like some 90 shows I've been watching lately or some like early 2000 shows, but be very, very intentional about not watching something that's going to be super triggering in any way, shape or form. Enough about TV, because honestly I could talk about TV shows all day. Alyssa Scolari [13:39]: Another tip that I have found really helpful is the use of candles and diffusers. I have both. So I have a diffuser that I really love and they're not super expensive. I bought mine on Amazon, I think. And mine has like... It lights up. It turns to all different colors. And I really like putting not so much like a lavender in there. I like the lavender when it's nighttime, because lavender, I think is supposed to help with relaxation. But when it's like four, five o'clock and it's pitch black outside, and I know I have a few more clients or a few more hours of work, or I need to cook dinner, I will pop on maybe like a citrusy scent of some sort. And that will really reenergize me and make me feel a lot better. Alyssa Scolari [14:36]: I of course, love candles. I was on the hunt for candles that were a little bit cleaner, that didn't have so many paraffins in them, because I was getting a ton of headaches from the candles that I... This particular brand, I'm not going to out them, but I was using this particular brand of candles. They're a very popular company and I just found that I was getting headaches all the time. So I had to stop using them for a while, but I discovered this one company... What is it called? I think it's called 1803. They're on Instagram. You can go look them up and they have a website. I actually bought a couple candles that they had in a local place near me, but their candles are amazing. They smell so great that... I was actually burning one last night and when I woke up this morning... I blew it out before I went to bed. When I woke up this morning, my house still smelled like that candle. I think the name of the candle is Cookies for St. Nick. And yes, I've already broken out the Christmas candles. I mean, I have. I absolutely. Alyssa Scolari [15:53]: So candles, really important, but try to get ones that have some cleaner ingredients. I think that the 1803 company, their candles can be in my opinion, a bit on the pricier side, but nothing that you... I don't think you would pay anything more or less for a candle that you would get really anywhere else. The only other place I've seen candles that are cheaper, that have clean ingredients are HomeGoods. They're kind of hard to find, but if you go search at HomeGoods, you can find a great candle for like 12 bucks. So if you're concerned about finances, go home take at HomeGoods. HomeGoods has some really good candles. And of course you can always grab a diffuser, essential oils, they last forever and they smell amazing. Alyssa Scolari [16:43]: Now, this next tip is one of my favorites because this is truly what gets me through the darker and colder days. And that is the use of lighting. I touched on this a little bit with the candles, but lighting is so important. Like when it gets dark at four o'clock, the melatonin starts to kick in in our brain. And the melatonin is sending that signal. Melatonin is associated with sleep. So when it's dark out by four or five o'clock, we're ready for bed at four or five o'clock because that melatonin is there. Now serotonin is associated with wakefulness. So we want to increase those levels of serotonin once it starts to get dark out and ways that you can do that are with lighting. That's one of the reasons why they say, don't look at your phone right before you go to bed at night, because the light from your phone can actually increase the serotonin levels and decrease the melatonin levels, causing you to stay awake for longer. So this is very, very important. Alyssa Scolari [17:58]: One of the things that I love is decorating. And yes, I know there's this big, huge debate about when people should decorate for Christmas. I feel like it's been a forever debate. I feel like every year, the celebration of Christmas gets earlier and earlier, and at this point it's like people are celebrating in August. Okay, I get it for me. When it's daylight savings time, I'm ready to decorate for Christmas. And that has nothing to do with rushing Thanksgiving or with not really paying attention to Thanksgiving. That's not it at all. The Christmas decorations, all of the lights truly help me to feel better. They give me the serotonin that I need to continue to get through. My house feels so much sadder when I look around and it's 5:00 PM and I've still got three more hours worth of work to do and all I have is a basic light from the ceiling fan. It saddens me. It truly does. Alyssa Scolari [19:13]: But when my house is decorated to the nines, and I'm telling you, do not be ashamed of decorating your house early. When my house is decorated, I feel so much better. I feel cozier, happier. So do not be ashamed. Do not let people tell you that you can't decorate before Thanksgiving. Light your house up like a goddamn Christmas tree. I'm telling you, my house is fucking lit. It is a goddamn Christmas tree in here and I am not sorry about it because it keeps me from feeling super depressed. Alyssa Scolari [19:47]: There are some other sources of lighting that I've also found really. So those Himalayan salt lamps, I'm pretty sure you could grab one on Amazon. I don't believe they're overly expensive. I think it kind of depends on what you get, but I don't believe that they're overly pricey. So they have amazing benefits. Himalayan salt lamps are meant to cleanse and deodorize and purify the air. And they're actually also really good for allergies and asthma. They can help with blood flow. They can help with your energy levels. They can help with concentration and really just enhance your overall mood. Those things are the bomb. Highly recommend. Alyssa Scolari [20:35]: Other things you can do with lighting. I actually just bought some curtain lights. They were like 10 bucks at Target, but I'm going to hang them in my office here because as I'm recording this, it is 4:30 and it's already pretty much getting dark out. So I'm going to actually hang these curtain lights in my office. They just look very dreamy and very peaceful to me and very cozy and it helps me. I know it can help you too, because light is so, so important for our mental health. That's my favorite. That's lighting. There are so many different things you can do with lighting. Please have fun with it. It is the best and do not be afraid to decorate your whole house for the holidays anytime you want. If you want to leave your Christmas tree up all year, leave your Christmas tree up all year. Do what makes you happy. Alyssa Scolari [21:35]: Next is, I've also found that it's really helpful to change up my exercise routine, and it might be helpful for you to do the same. What I mean by changing up your exercise routine, I mean changing up the time that you do it. If you're somebody who typically exercises in the morning, maybe try to exercise at night. If you are exercising at night, then you are releasing endorphins, which is going to help keep that seasonal depression away, pretty plain and simple. Again, that is easier said than done, of course, but even if you work out two days a week, if you can take one of those workouts and move it to the evening, that will help so, so much. That's just the thought and that's something that I have found to be really helpful. Alyssa Scolari [22:25]: Now, the next thing is, and this is a hard one, taking breaks from social media in particular at night. Again, the phone with the lighting, it's not necessarily the right kind of lighting that we want when it gets dark out. What happens is it is dark by 5:00, you are sitting on the couch, just got done a long day at work and you're scrolling through a TikTok or Instagram or Facebook or Twitter. And you're seeing everyone else's posts and all of their highlight reels and you're in the comparison game. So it's dark, it's cold, it's gloomy. And here you are on social media, watching other people have the time of their lives, or at least that's what they're portraying on social media. That's not really going to boost your move. That's going to instead make your brain go, "Oh, well look at them. Wherever they are in the world, they still have light. And they did this today and they did that today. And here I am sitting on my couch doing nothing." It is so depressing. Alyssa Scolari [23:48]: I have really come a long way in terms of getting my ass off of social media at night, because it makes me so sad. Those same content creators that I love during the day make me sad night because I'm sort of just hanging out and vibing and it's dark, but they're just maybe across the world where it's sunny and they're doing this and doing that. And there are people who are still at the beach and I'm just like, "Oh, well, isn't my life sad." And again, I know I'm not the only one who feels this way because a lot of my clients report this as well. So try to be very intentional about your social media usage at night. I know it's difficult because social media is such a habit for us, including myself, but try doing other things like things that are more hands-on so that you don't find yourself just like two hours into scrolling TikTok. Alyssa Scolari [24:53]: Again, things that help for me are I really enjoy puzzling. I am loving puzzles and I get puzzles that are super vibrant in color. I do all of the Thomas Kinkade Disney Puzzles. They're like the 1,000-piece ones, and then what I do is I actually save the puzzle. I'll put an adhesive backing on it and then I'll frame it. It's just something that's really fun for me to do, but I also enjoy... You can paint if you enjoy painting. I love the paint by numbers. If you Google paint by numbers, there's websites that come up and there are adult paint by numbers kits. I love them because I'm not very creative. And when it comes to painting, I really like a structure of being able to color in the lines and it's just fun. It's just a lot of fun to do. And I'm not really in my head when I'm doing it. I'm sort of I'm concentrating and it just helps keep me off social media and gives me something productive and I think exciting to do. Alyssa Scolari [26:01]: So feel free to look up any of those things, puzzles, painting, knitting. Honestly, I had a knitting phase. I'm not that good at it. But I had a knitting phase and it really did help me. Alyssa Scolari [26:18]: The last few things are being intentional about who you talk to after sunset. So what I mean by this is, especially if you are a trauma survivor who has people in your life that might be triggering to you, people that you have contact with, but the relationship is a little strained for whatever reason. It might not be the best idea to pick up the phone when they call after dark. And that's likely, or that's because you can be triggered by them and we don't want to get triggered. Being dark, so early and cold is already... It's hard enough. So you do not want to then have to deal with possibly being triggered on top of it. So be mindful about who you're talking to. If you know that you are going to be getting a call from somebody, give them a call during the day if you can when it's still light out. That way by the time the evening comes, you have completely enveloped yourself in absolute safety. Alyssa Scolari [27:26]: And then another thing that I have found really helpful are plants. I've talked about plants on my social media and I don't know if I've talked about plants on the podcast, but I am a huge plant lover and I have a lot of indoor plants, I guess a lot. How many do I have? Oh, I think I actually have like 11. Yeah, no, that's a lot. All right, I'm officially a plant lover and a plant mom to 11 beautiful plants. And I have these grow lights. Again, you can get them on Amazon. They're called grow lights and you can clip them to the side of a desk or the side of a table, or you can get ones that stand up. I love having them because I have something that I have to take care of. Alyssa Scolari [28:17]: So even on those nights when I'm feeling really depressed and really lonely, I know that I have to keep myself safe because I've got to keep my plants safe and healthy and I've got to nurture them. I've got to make sure that they are getting water and food and that I am dusting their leaves. Yes, that is a thing my fellow plant lovers will know. And it might sound and silly, but I really care about my plants because I feel like my plants have greatly increased my... Well, they haven't. I feel like my plants have actually greatly reduced my levels of depression and they also really help to detoxify the air around me. They're a great visual for me and I care about them and I get so excited when I see them doing really well. I actually was gifted and orchid from a friend about a month ago. And I woke up today and saw like a little root that was starting to grow and I got so excited. So it's the little things. It's so helpful for me. Alyssa Scolari [29:31]: And it doesn't have to be a plant. It could be really any animal. It also could be a fish. If you are looking for an animal that is pretty low commitment and you're not really a plant person, you don't really want a dog, you don't really want a cat and you need something that's pretty low commitment, low maintenance, go buy a betta fish. When you walk into a PetSmart or a Petco, how many of those betta fish are sitting in those little tiny, four-ounce containers with nowhere to swim? They look so sad. Go get yourself a betta fish. They're colorful. They're fun. They're easy to take care of. They're not going to take up a whole ton of your time and it is something for you to nurture and love. And it's something for you to come home to. That is really helpful. Alyssa Scolari [30:22]: So then the last two things are drink tea if you are not a tea drinker. The warmth is really, really helpful and also there's tons of wonderful herbal tea out there that can really do a lot for your mood. So if you're not a tea drinker, I'm sure you can find a tea out there for you. If you are a tea drinker, stock up on some tea this winter, give yourself some options. Alyssa Scolari [30:50]: And then lastly, don't forget to stay hydrated. Sometimes depression and fatigue and exhaustion can be dehydration. Again, I'm not saying depression is directly linked to dehydration, but sometimes we can feel really sad and just fatigued and off and it might actually be dehydration. When it gets colder, we don't want to drink as much because well it's cold and we don't feel as thirsty, but we actually need water more than never in the cold weather because it dries us out. And especially the heat, having the heat on in your home, all that heat dries you out as well. So it is so important to stay hydrated, whether that's through tea, whether that's water. Whatever it is you may like, make sure that you are staying hydrated. Alyssa Scolari [31:42]: All of these things have helped me so much and will get me through this season of cold and darkness. Especially after the holidays, I struggle the most. I would say January, February, March are the hardest months for me. Actually, part of the reason why I picked a wedding date in March is because March is sort of just like that cold month where we're all ready for the spring. And I was like, "Oh, I need something to celebrate this month." That's part of why we picked March for our wedding date, but that's neither here nor there. Alyssa Scolari [32:20]: I hope that these tips help you as... I cannot speak today. I hope that these tips helped you as much as they have helped me. And if you have any other thoughts or questions or comments, you can feel free to shoot me an email at lightaftertrauma@gmail.com. I am wishing you all a wonderful rest of your week, take care, and I am holding you all in the light. Alyssa Scolari [32:51]: Thanks for listening, everyone. For more information, please head over to lightaftertrauma.com or you can also follow us on social media. On Instagram we are @lightaftertrauma and on Twitter it is @lightafterpod. Lastly, please head over to patreon.com/lightaftertrauma to support our show. We are asking for $5 a month, which is the equivalent to a cup of coffee at Starbucks. So please head on over. Again, that's patreon.com/lightaftertrauma. Thank you and we appreciate your support.

TERMINUS: extreme metal podcast
Terminus Interview - Harul Vinay

TERMINUS: extreme metal podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 81:49


On Terminus we've spoken frequently in the abstract about folk music and its relation to extreme metal, both musically and conceptually. It's only now, though, that we get to peek behind the metaphorical curtain into the thoughts of an artist who explores the ties between those styles. On this interview, The Black Metal Guy speaks to the main mind behind Harul Vinay, whose debut record explores the delicate liminal spaces between folk and metal in all their forms. This wide spanning interview covers all sorts of topics, both musical and spiritual, but the centerpiece is an evocative description of the album's concept and narrative as it ties to the landscape of the project's Himalayan home.   0:00:00 - Intro 0:02:05 - Songwriting concepts, folk and classical music, and the relationship to heavy metal 0:13:13 - History with black metal, the Himalayas 0:26:39 - Interlude - Harul Vinay - "भराड़ी घाट - १ / कुआळी" fr. भराड़ी घाट (Independent/Old Mill Productions, 2021) 0:35:14 - The album's concept and narrative, vocal ideas, musical details 0:54:25 - Recording process, the Himalayan Folk Collective, the purpose of folk 1:15:25 - Outro - Fluisteraars - "Brand woedt in mijn graf" fr. Gegrepen door de geest der zielsontluiking (Eisenwald, 2021)   Terminus links: Terminus on Youtube Terminus on Patreon Terminus on Subscribestar Terminus on Instagram Terminus on Facebook thetrueterminus@gmail.com

The Curious Climber Podcast: Chatting with Hazel and Mina

This episode is an eye opening chat with Andy Cave. Andy is a rock climber and a mountaineer who has a lifetime of stories to tell about his adventures. Climbing aside, he grew up in a mining community in the north of England and his first job was down the pits. Andy has a special way of being able to describe and paint a picture of his experiences with words - he has authored two books about his life so far - and he does just this in our conversation. From the coal mines to the Himalayan mountains we are taken on a fascinating tour of Andy's unique life story. You can follow Andy at: @andycavemountaineer www.andycave.co.uk

Big Bold Health Podcast
#29 Meet the pioneer farmers behind Himalayan Tartary Buckwheat | Sam & Lucia Beer

Big Bold Health Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 50:01


It's not an overstatement — without Sam and Lucia Beer, there would be no Himalayan Tartary Buckwheat in the US. The Beers know this crop better than anyone, and now you can too. This episode is their story. It's a front-lines conversation with two pioneer farmers behind a powerful food that nature designed for rejuvenation. Thanks for joining us. This podcast is for educational purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional care by a doctor or other qualified medical professional. This podcast is provided on the understanding that it does not constitute medical or other professional advice or services.

Inspired Conversations with Linda Joy
Anxiety Slayer Strategies for Reducing Stress

Inspired Conversations with Linda Joy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 57:27


Anxiety Slayer Strategies for Reducing StressAired Tuesday, November 2, 2021 at 11:00 AM PST / 2:00 PM ESTShann Vander Leek, Podcast Coach and Co-Founder of the Award-Winning Anxiety Slayer podcast will be sharing how your care for your sweet mind so you can lower your stress and anxiety during these challenging times.About the Guest:Shann Vander Leek is an award-winning podcaster, podcast coach, voice talent, and Anxiety Slayer. She lives in the small village of Suttons Bay, Michigan with her beloved husband, Thomas, and their mouthy Himalayan shaman cat, Mulan.Shann is the co-founder of the Award-Winning Anxiety Slayer Podcast celebrating 12 years and just shy of 9 million downloads! Anxiety Slayer is one of the most listened resources for people who are suffering from high levels of stress, anxiety, and PTSD.WEBSITE: http://www.anxietyslayer.comFACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/anxietyslayerPINTEREST: https://www.pinterest.com/shannv/anxiety-slayertm/TWITTER: https://www.twitter.com/anxietyslayerVisit the Inspired Conversations show page https://omtimes.com/iom/shows/inspired-conversations/Connect with Linda Joy at https://www.linda-joy.com/#ShannVanderLeek #ReducingStress #Anxiety #InspiredConversations #LindaJoySubscribe to our Newsletter https://omtimes.com/subscribe-omtimes-magazine/Connect with OMTimes on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Omtimes.Magazine/ and OMTimes Radio https://www.facebook.com/ConsciousRadiowebtv.OMTimes/Twitter: https://twitter.com/OmTimes/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/omtimes/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/2798417/Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/omtimes/

Self-Care for Extremely Busy Women
How's Your Feminine Power? (Is It Breakthrough Time?)

Self-Care for Extremely Busy Women

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 35:40


Are you afraid of your feminine power? Or possibly not sure what it is? Dig in and relax with this show, busy woman. We've got you. First is a fun blog essay about how and why to find a good psychic medium. (It's a subject close to my heart as readers over the years have been VERY helpful to me.) Then I move on to a return visit to this show by the ever-enlightening Shann Vander Leek. In this show, she's covering the very juicy topic of our feminine power. And, of course, The Divine Feminine. If you're scratching your head, wondering what the heck that actually is and why it matters… well check this out.  Here's what I learned from Shann: What the Divine Feminine actually is and why it matters The heart of a woman's power Why true femininity isn't necessarily ‘girly' Are we a balance of feminine & masculine? How to work your way back to self-acceptance What if you don't know what your joy actually is? How to deliver unpopular news Where is giving/nurturing in all of this? Handling verbal abuse and toxic relationships As ever, I'm SO glad you made time for YOU today! With love, RESOURCES How and Why to Choose a Good Psychic Small Mediums at Large book by Terry Iacuzzo How's Your Self-Care Possibly interested in sponsoring our show? Send Suzanne an email.  Guided Relaxations for Women Who DO Too Much (scroll to the bottom of the page) Shann's website This Sacred Life podcast Anxiety Slayer Podcast MORE ABOUT SHANN Shann Vander Leek is an award-winning podcaster, podcast coach, voice talent and Transformation Goddess. She lives in the village of Suttons Bay, Michigan with her beloved husband, Thomas and our mouthy Himalayan kitty, Mulan. Shann enjoyed a long career in the television advertising before releasing her golden handcuffs and opening True Balance International in 2006. She's written and co-written several bestselling books and loves to help women reclaim their feminine sovereignty. Shann promotes and uplifts women at the Transformation Goddess Blog and This Sacred Life Podcast where women gather for a soulful, sensual, and sacred exploration of the Divine Feminine

The Health Detective Podcast by FDNthrive
89. 3 Things To Reset Your Internal Clock FAST!

The Health Detective Podcast by FDNthrive

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 12:46


With daylight savings around the corner, it's important to know how we can maintain our circadian rhythms, or at the very least, fix them back to normal ASAP. And yes, even though this timechange is typically considered the "good" one, the truth of the matter is, each timechange does in fact take it's toll on the body. While its arguable that we never should mess with nature and change our manmade clocks at all, we definitely don't have the power as individuals to make that decision just yet. So, the next best thing is to listen to this episode! You can find out more about FDNthrive by going to www.fdnthrive.com. Links:   1) Camping study - https://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/a-week-of-camping-can-turn-you-into-a-morning-person-22006398/ 2) Himalayan salt lamps: https://www.amazon.com/Best-Sellers-Home-Improvement-Household-Salt-Lamps/zgbs/hi/5759978011 3) Amber readling light: https://www.amazon.com/iGoober-Rechargeable-Blocking-Brightness-Bookworms/dp/B07X2XX7WD/ref=sr_1_5?crid=1HRJD0RDHPT21&dchild=1&keywords=no+blue+light+reading+light&qid=1635819403&s=hi&sprefix=no+blue+light+reading+light%2Ctools%2C79&sr=1-5

TERMINUS: extreme metal podcast
Terminus Episode 72 - Sorguinazia, Dark Fog Eruption, Neoplasia, Harul Vinay

TERMINUS: extreme metal podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 189:43


We're a little late with this one- TDMG had to get the firmware of his MKULTRA chip upgraded so he was laid up for a couple days. But what's more important than his improved 5G reception and newfound need to explore the Marvel Cinematic Universe is that we have a new episode for all our children. Usually there's a binding thematic thread of some kind for these episodes, but definitely not on this one- we're exploring all corners of extreme music this time. Opening the episode is the debut full-length of Sorguinazia, who play with the expectations of Candian war metal by providing, instead, a dedicated and traditional interpretation of 2nd wave black metal. The rhythms are complex and the presentation is vicious, but the cold, black heart of Mayhem beats steady just under its surface. Why did we stop calling things "necro" anyway? Next is Dark Fog Eruption, a one-man project from Japan playing a style of black metal hard to pin down. Laced with heavy metal, DSBM, and minimal interpretations of soaring Swedish black/death, this is a project with tendrils extending into multiple dimensions of underground black metal in search for a precise center. Is there a Japanese black metal sound? It's hard to say- but we have a good discussion over what it might be. After our break comes Neoplasia, a needling, sadistic, and deliberately distressing take on tech death from Argentina. Now featuring the legendary Lord Marco behind the drums, Neoplasia makes music that recalls your first memories of hearing Necrophagist or Spawn of Possession, but filtered through hideous, blood-flecked industrial machinery and played at double speed. This might be the fastest and most technically accomplished record we've ever covered on the show. Wrapping things up, we abruptly switch gears with the debut record by Harul Vinay, a Himalayan neofolk artist who merges both European and subcontinental instrumentation with an insistent streak of black metal songwriting technique. TBMG takes the helm here (being the one who actually knows things about this kind of music) and prompts a discussion about what defines neofolk, how metal music relates to it, and where this project can develop in the future.   0:00:00 - Intro 0:07:59 - Sorguinazia - Negation of Delirium (Iron Bonehead) 0:49:36 - Dark Fog Eruption - 忘却と絢爛の幻想 (The Illusion of Oblivion and Opulence) (Independent) 1:31:04 - Interlude - Hakuja - “Dew of Blood,” fr. Legacy (Independent, 2007 / Apparitia Recordings, 2008) 1:36:09 - Neoplasia - Stirring Clots (Grinder Cirujano Records) 2:17:49 - Harul Vinay - भराड़ी घाट ("Bharari Ghat")  (Old Mill / ltd. tape on Italian label Frozen Woods) 3:01:18 - Outro - Great American Desert - “Death Shall Be My Name” fr. Warring Against the Sun/Solipsis (Autumn Wind Productions, 2006) (Likely still available from some underground distros but long out of print.)   Terminus links: Terminus on Youtube Terminus on Patreon Terminus on Subscribestar Terminus on Instagram Terminus on Facebook thetrueterminus@gmail.com

Armchair Explorer
The Abode of the Gods: Ascending Mt. Meru with Climbing Legend Conrad Anker

Armchair Explorer

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 35:18


Conrad Anker is renowned throughout the world as one of the greatest living mountaineers. Follow him to the Himalayan peaks of northern India to climb the ‘Shark's Fin' of Mt. Meru, a sheer 1,500-foot wall of blank granite, one the hardest, most dangerous and beautiful routes on the planet. For 30 years the best mountaineers in the world had attempted to climb Mt. Meru and for 30 years one-by-one they were spit off. It was thought that perhaps no one would ever reach its summit. Sacred to four religions, Mt. Meru is known as the abode of the gods. Perhaps it wasn't meant to be climbed. Perhaps it was impossible. But impossible is a word that Conrad doesn't understand. This is the story of that climb. This is the story of the adventure of his life.But it's more than that too. Coming up as a young climber, Conrad was mentored by a man called Mugs Stump, another legend of his day. For Mugs, Mt. Meru represented the pinnacle of mountaineering. Climbing it would be the greatest achievement of his career. Conrad and him made a promise, they vowed that no matter what they would one day reach the top together. But, tragically, Mugs died before his dream could be realised. After that, climbing Mt. Meru became more than just a mountain or Conrad, it became an obsession. It became the culmination of his life's work. He put a team together, Jimmy Chin – the renowned mountaineer and filmmaker – and a young climber called Renan Ozturk. Together, they travelled to northern India and began the long journey to the summit. This is a story about what it takes to achieve the impossible. This, is the story of Mt. Meru.Highlights:·       Follow the world's best climbers pitch-by-pitch up the hardest climb on the planet.·       Hear what it's like to survive for 17 days in a ‘Sea of Gravity', as Conrad calls it, 1000s feet of extreme exposure pulling you down into all sides.·       Discover what it takes to survive one of the worst Himalayan storms in 50 years, trapped in a portaledge thousands of feet above the ground, with avalanches raining down all around you·       Climb the House of Cards, one of the most dangerous pitches in mountaineering·       Hear the wisdom and inspiration that Conrad has learnt from a life in the mountains.The documentary of this climb is called Meru, shot and directed by another legend Jimmy Chin. You can rent it on Amazon, You Tube and elsewhere. You can also follow Conrad on Instagram/Twitter @conrad_anker and on Facebook @conradankerofficial. His website is simply www.conradanker.com If you enjoy this episode, please check out some of the conservation projects, which Conrad is involved with and support them if you can: www.himalayan-foundation.org and www.alexlowe.orgThanks to Wondrium for sponsoring this episode. Wondrium is the new name for The Great Courses Plus, now expanded with more content: documentaries, world-cinema, tv shows and lots of new courses. You can check it all out for free for one month by heading over to www.wondrium.com/armchairFollow @armchairexplorer podcast on Instagram and Facebook or head over to www.armchair-explorer.com to find more background information on this episode      

The Daily Good
Episode 397: BP moves toward renewable power, a great Mark Twain quote, a bizarre fact about George Washington, the amazing Formosa Cafe in Hollywood, the frantic genius of Louis Prima, and more…

The Daily Good

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 19:40


Good News: British Petroleum is creating a 750,000 panel solar array to help power a steel mill in Colorado, Link HERE. The Good Word: A truly phenomenal quote from Mark Twain. Good To Know: A deeply bizarre story about the death of George Washington… Good News: A new anti-cancer drug derived from a Himalayan fungus […]

The Life Stylist
The Detox & Immunity Tools They Don't Want You to Know About w/ Dr. Chris Shade PHD #375

The Life Stylist

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 134:13


Dr. Chris Shade, PhD, founder, and CEO of Quicksilver Scientific, is in the studio today for an in-depth exploration on all things immunity, metabolism, and detoxification.  Dr. Shade is a world-renowned brainbox on mercury, environmental toxicities, neuroinflammation, immune dysregulation, and human detoxification. Imagine your biology class on steroids, and you're somewhere close to this man's capacity to educate the complexities of the body's internal relationship to the external landscape.  Aside from sharing copious amounts of wisdom, he also formulated Quicksilver Scientific, an out-of-this-world range of advanced liposomal supplements that support vital health functions. I turned to their protocol when detoxing my body from metals, and their 30-day-detox was a lifeline during my exodus from California to Texas.  If you're looking to upgrade your supplement cabinet, head to quicksilverscientific.com and use code “STOREY10” for 10% off sitewide.  10:43 — Inside The 30-Day Reset Maintaining ketosis while eating what you want Detoxification and metabolism and why both are important NAD building  Understanding the nanoparticle delivery of mTOR blockers.  What causes a leaky liver Why fasting is healing    31:44 — Cellular Health How cells communicate with the nucleus  Inside the extracellular matrix Treating mitochondria as membrane How consciousness affects biology  Adrenal and mitochondria support  Advantages of deuterium depleted water   How geography affects tap water quality    57:12 — What's Trending in Health & Wellness  How losing taste and smell  is connected to zinc Metabolic health as a key part of immune health Why people who intermittent fast deal with virus better   01:19:04 — The Gut & the Immune System  What is a leaky gut Controlling your microbiome  Why water fasting will cure your gut issues Detoxing from glyphosate  How Astaxanthin makes you beautiful  Bowel cleansing to clean your GI    01:42:44 — Heavy Metals 101 Common sources of mercury and why it's bad Metal exposure through food  Toxic cookware  The ultimate mold detox  How to prepare your body for conceiving  NAD for resistance to EMF More about this episode. Watch on YouTube   Connect with Luke on social media to learn how to take your lifestyle to the next level, plus catch exclusive live interviews & events: INSTAGRAM - @lukestorey // instagram.com/lukestorey/ FACEBOOK - facebook.com/MrLukeStorey/ TWITTER - @MrLukeStorey // twitter.com/MRLUKESTOREY YOUTUBE - youtube.com/c/LukeStorey THIS SHOW IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY: PaleoValley. The ultimate on-the-road snack you can trust. These beef sticks are 100% grass-fed, grass-finished, and sourced from small, domestic farms in the U.S. They use real, organic spices to flavor beef sticks vs conventional spices sprayed with pesticides or "natural flavors" often made from GMO corn. They also ferment their beef sticks which creates natural occurring probiotics which are great for gut health. Try them for yourself! Head to paleovalley.com and use the code “Luke” for 15% off.    AND...   CACAO BLISS. Back in the day, I used to have to take about 50 ingredients to make an elixir or a smoothie. 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If you are ready to get a new Joovv device, you can get a discount for a limited time over at Joovv.com/luke with the code “LUKE.”   HELP SUPPORT THIS SHOW! Love the show? You'll really love Luke's Master Market Online Store!  It's a win-win! Get direct links to all of Luke's hand-picked biohacking and health products all in one place, exclusive discounts, and support the show by making purchases through the web store >> SHOP NOW.   Other ways to support:  SUBSCRIBE >> Apple Podcasts + Stitcher + Google Podcasts + Spotify LEAVE APPLE PODCASTS REVIEW >> Simple step-by-step instructions SHARE >> Spread the word! Tell your family, friends, neighbors, and all your social pals   Resources Quicksilverscientific.com: use code “STOREY10” for 10% off sitewide.  Website: drchrisshade.com Instagram: @quicksilverscientific Join me on Telegram for the uncensored content big tech won't allow me to post. It's free speech and free content: www.lukestorey.com/telegram   Related Shows Episode #342: Badass Biohacks: Deuterium Depleted Water: Molecular Hydrogen for Extreme Health w/ Robert Slovak Episode #337: The Mold Medic: How to Protect Your Home & Family from Mold Toxicity with Michael Rubino Episode #367: Not Just For Sleep: Melatonin the Master Molecule & Next Level Biohacks w/ Dr-John Lieurance  

Relentless Forward Progress with Mike Ubaldini
RFP Podcast Episode #236 – Ultra Dad Session #44: Regain the Limitless-ness of Youth

Relentless Forward Progress with Mike Ubaldini

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 56:13


Two weeks in a row; we are on a roll!! We hit on a number of topics leading off with a story of a 47-year-old man playing a kickball game thinking he is 27

Real Life French
Petite nation (Tiny nation)

Real Life French

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 3:27


Texte: Un moine bouddhiste va probablement être condamné à cinq ans de prison pour avoir violé la stricte loi anti-tabac dans la petite nation du Bhutan. Traduction: A Buddhist monk is likely to face five years in prison for violating strict anti-smoking laws in the tiny Himalayan nation of Bhutan.

Global News Podcast
UN Court rules in long running Border Dispute

Global News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 30:30


International court rules in favour of Somalia in sea border dispute with Kenya; Rich nations discuss how to help Afghanistan - without recognising the Taliban; and a rare Himalayan fungus that could be used to treat cancer

The Life Stylist
How to Charge Your Home, Food, Supplements & Pets w/ Quantum Energy #373

The Life Stylist

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 90:13


I had to bring Philipp Samor von Holtzendorff-Fehling back on the mic to talk about the science behind Leela Quantum Tech, the life amplifying devices I'm using at home and on the road.  Since Philipp was last on the show, there have been even more studies on how their products optimize energy frequencies in our bodies, food, pets, and plants. I charge up everything from my hamburgers to my coffee – and Alyson loves to charge her essential oils on their Quantum Bloc too.  I know it feels good, but Philipp grounds my woo-woo beliefs with scientific facts, quantifiable data, and collaborators I trust to always know what's legit. This episode is all about separating quantum fact from fiction, and testing these out-of-this-world devices in real-life situations and settings.  Hear it to believe it, then try it for yourself. Head to leelaq.com and use the code “Luke10” for 10% off sitewide.    06:49 — What is Leela Quantum Tech? How Philipp created Leela Quantum Tech Imprinting and transmitting quantum energy into objects Creating unique frequencies  Healing Lyme with quantum energy Proving quantum energy works   24:17 — Leela Quantum Tech–Tried + Tested How Alyson and I use the Infinity Bloc at home How the technology fares David Hawkin's Quantum Calibration Scale Using Leela alongside my other EMF devices    30:31 — Collaborating with Healers, Product Testing & Results Building a pyramid with mentalist and energy healer, Roman Christian Hafner Bridging science and spirituality with Ian Mitchell Leela clothing efficacy and how I use the cap Results from heart rate variability testing and Leela Why EMF effects people differently  Measuring the cellular impact of Leela with white blood cell analysis   56:26 — Product Protocols  Using the Leela Quantum Bloc to neutralizing negative frequencies on groceries and pharmaceuticals Why 30 seconds is enough time to charge your metals  Different uses for the Quantum and Infinity Blocks and Capsules  How to charge your plants and pets  Nutritional and taste upgrades on food Energetically optimizing crystals     01:019 — What's On the Horizon?  Why Philipp wants to create products for kids  A commitment to research   Upcoming product testing  Taking your Leela device on the road   More about this episode. Watch it on YouTube. Connect with Luke on social media to learn how to take your lifestyle to the next level, plus catch exclusive live interviews & events: INSTAGRAM - @lukestorey // instagram.com/lukestorey/ FACEBOOK - facebook.com/MrLukeStorey/ TWITTER - @MrLukeStorey // twitter.com/MRLUKESTOREY YOUTUBE - youtube.com/c/LukeStorey THIS SHOW IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY: PaleoValley. The ultimate on-the-road snack you can trust. These beef sticks are 100% grass fed, grass finished and sourced from small, domestic farms in the U.S. They use real, organic spices to flavor beef sticks vs. conventional spices sprayed with pesticides or "natural flavors" often made from GMO corn. They also ferment their beef sticks which creates natural occurring probiotics which are great for gut health. Try them for yourself! Head to paleovalley.com and use the code “Luke” for 15% off.    AND...   CACAO BLISS. Back in the day, I used to have to take about 50 ingredients to make an elixir or a smoothie. I had to mix them together, make a big mess, and it took up a bunch of space in the cabinet. But Cacao Bliss has changed the game. Now I have amazing ceremony-grade organic ingredients like raw cacao, turmeric, black pepper, MCT powder, cinnamon, monk fruit, coconut nectar, lacuma, mesquite, and Himalayan salt all in one. So this is the ultimate superfood elixir, but it really tastes like chocolate milk. It's just absolutely fantastic. Try it yourself by using code “LUKE15” for 15% off at earthechofoods.com/lukestorey.   AND…   MAGNESIUM BREAKTHROUGH. According to the American Psychological Association, chronic stress is linked to the six leading causes of death. When most people think of stress, they think of their job, traffic, tense relationships, current events, things like that. But the root of so much of the stress we experience comes down to a deficiency in one overlooked nutrient: magnesium. So, if you're ready to help your body deal with stress, instead of putting a band-aid over it after the fact, you're going to want some Magnesium Breakthrough. You can use the code “luke10” for 10% off at www.bioptimizers.com/luke HELP SUPPORT THIS SHOW! Love the show? You'll really love Luke's Master Market Online Store!  It's a win-win! Get direct links to all of Luke's hand-picked biohacking and health products all in one place, exclusive discounts, and support the show by making purchases through the web store >> SHOP NOW.   Other ways to support:  SUBSCRIBE >> Apple Podcasts + Stitcher + Google Podcasts + Spotify LEAVE APPLE PODCASTS REVIEW >> Simple step-by-step instructions SHARE >> Spread the word! Tell your family, friends, neighbors, and all your social pals   Resources Website: leelaq.com Use code “Luke10” for 10% off sitewide Upcoming events: lukestorey.com/events Join me on Telegram for the uncensored content big tech won't allow me to post. It's free speech and free content: www.lukestorey.com/telegram Join Leela Quantum Tech Telegram channel   Related Shows Episode #340: Unlocking the Mysteries of Quantum Technologies and EMF Protection

Shock Your Potential
Philantrotrecking - Jeff Rasley

Shock Your Potential

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 33:22


“When getting involved in charitable work, find something that you enjoy doing that is helpful to the community.” Jeff Rasley  The one-on-one experiences between people is what builds strong communities. At its core, community is anchored in the belief that people are part of something bigger than themselves, and that they have a right and duty to participate in its progress. His whole life, Jeff Rasley has been part of multiple communities and believes that it is all about experiencing life together by being present and contributing positively. Jeff Rasley's commitment to social activism began in high school when he co-founded the Goshen Walk for Hunger. In law school he fought for renters' rights and organized the first rent strike in Indiana as president of the Indianapolis Tenants Association. As a young lawyer Jeff founded free legal clinics at two inner-city churches in Indianapolis. He was lead counsel on class action suits for prisoners which resulted in the construction of two new jails in Central Indiana. He spent five days working for NOLA Habitat for Humanity post Katrina. Jeff was plaintiff in a class action requiring clean-up of the White River after it was polluted by an industrial chemical spill. The Jeff and Alicia Rasley Internship Program was created by the Rasleys for the ACLU of Indiana in December, 2020. Jeff is the founder of the Basa Village Foundation, which funds culturally sensitive development in Nepal. He served a term as president of Indianapolis Scientech, which promotes scientific inquiry and learning. Jeff is a director of six non-profits, including the Indianapolis Peace & Justice Center, University of Chicago Alumni Club, and Phi Beta Kappa of Indiana. He is U.S. liaison for the Himalayan expedition company Adventure GeoTreks Ltd. He has taught courses on "culturally sensitive development" and philanthropy at Butler and Marian Universities and memoir writing at the Indiana Writing Center Jeff's BA is from University of Chicago magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, All-Academic All-State Football, letter winner in swimming and football; JD Indiana University Law School cum laude, Moot Court, Indiana Law Review; MDiv Christian Theological Seminary magna cum laude, covaledictorian and Faculty Award Scholar. He has been admitted to the Indiana, US District, and US Supreme Court Bars.  Jeff has published numerous articles in academic and mainstream periodicals, including Newsweek, Chicago Magazine, ABA Journal, Family Law Review, The Journal of Communal Societies, and Friends Journal. He is an award-winning photographer and his pictures taken in the Himalayas and on Caribbean and Pacific islands have been published in several journals. He has appeared as a featured guest on over 100 radio and podcast programs. In today's episode, our guest will talk about building and upholding cohesive communities. He will give us an account of his experience travelling to Basa village in Nepal and his interest in culturally sensitive developments. Listen in! Social media handles: Website: http://www.jeffreyrasley.com/ Amazon Author page: http://www.amazon.com/Jeff-Rasley/e/B004Q3D6B2 Personal Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/jrasley Facebook publisher site: https://www.facebook.com/JeffRasleyAndMidsummerBooks/   Twitter: https://twitter.com/jeffrasley   Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeff-rasley/   Goodreads page: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/4114763.Jeffrey_Rasley   Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/pinner362436/ Midsummer Books link: http://www.jeffreyrasley.com/midsummer%20books.htm   Basa Foundation link on my website: http://www.jeffreyrasley.com/Basa%20Projects.htm I grew up in a town Goshen, Indiana that my ancestors were early settlers so I felt so rooted in that community. [4:00] Because I felt so rooted in that community, it was deeply a part of me and from a really age felt involved in it. [4:27] Community goes two ways where if you feel embedded in a community, you want to get back to it but you also have certain expectations of it. [5:04] One of the aspects of our modern culture is that people don't stay in their home communities. [6:12] One of the beautiful things I experienced in Basa Village is the fact that the villagers were so rooted in their community. [6:43] For the west, we have to be very conscientious about developing and supporting community, because we don't have that organic embeddedness that the traditional communities have. [7:48] Community leadership is so important when deciding about what is right for your community. [8:49] When you have an established culture, it is risky to start changing really fundamental experiences for people in the community and especially for children. [9:55] Learning how in the 21st century, there are still these communities which are so well integrated and the people looking out for each other was amazing. [12:37] Commercial break. [18:23] What really works, for almost anybody in terms of getting involved in charitable work is to find something that you enjoy doing that is helpful to the community. [21:19] I had fallen in love with trekking and mountaineering in the Himalayas and so I combined going over there on a track or an expedition with doing some philanthropic project [21:53] Each time I went back, I just tried to do something a little bigger and then I went from things to money to developing a foundation. [21:18] It may take some introspection but anybody who wants to give back can figure out something that they enjoy. [22:47] Hearing stories from from my great grandmother about what Goshen was like when she was young, it was very similar to the way people live in Basa today. [26:45] There are real risks for Basa in the sense that a road has come to the village, the internet and cell phones have come and this worries the village elders. [27:37] The kids are now being exposed to a world that is very different from what they have known for hundreds of years. [28:11] This exposure can lead to a lot of them being attracted to leave the village and for those that will stay, they will want to change the village in ways that were unforeseen. [28:20] The fundamental values of the villagers, including the kids have not changed and part of that is because they have such a strong tradition on environmental responsibility and a sense of community. [28:41] I hope it stays, because not only is it a wonderful thing, but also in terms of happiness, the villagers have a very high happiness quotient. [30:10] Find something that moves you and one that you enjoy, but will move you to be involved with your community in a productive giving way and it will give back to you. [32:11] …………………..….. 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Cosmic Sponge
The Yeti

Cosmic Sponge

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 75:25


Evidence of the Yeti can be found in Himalayan monasteries, museums, and private collections around the globe.  DNA testing reveals that much of it points to various bear species native to the Himalayans.  However, from time to time, the results point to unknown primates or humanoids closely related to Neanderthals.  Is it possible that a large primate roams the earth at over 17,000 feet above sea level?  We explore the history and evidence of the infamous Yeti in an effort to discover the truth of this beast in the east! Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/cosmicsponge)

Aiming For The Moon
The Reflections of Curious George: George "Curious George" Basch (Founder of the Himalayan Stove Project and Entrepreneurial Businessman)

Aiming For The Moon

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 26:45


Join us as we interview George "Curious George" Basch, founder of the Himalayan Stove Project and entrepreneurial businessman. He discusses, among other topics, why traveling matters.As per Mr. Basch's request, here is his email if you are interested in contacting him:george@championsoftheplanet.orgOur Website: https://www.aimingforthemoon.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aiming4moon/Twitter: https://twitter.com/Aiming4MoonYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6-TwYdfPcWV-V1JvjBXk

Outside/In
The Himalayan Land Grab

Outside/In

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 23:19


The Great Himalayan National Park in India is among the most dramatic landscapes on Earth. Count the layers in a single panoramic photo of the park and you might see mountains, glaciers, old-growth forests, and alpine meadows. But National Parks are defined by two things: first, an abundance of wildlife and majestic landscapes; and second, no permanent human presence. So, before anybody was ever invited to visit the park, authorities first told about 15,000 local people to stay out. This episode is the first of two stories reported by freelance journalist Yardain Amron.  In this tale, he explores the strategies of conservation at work in India's Tirthan Valley, and what it took to create The Great Himalayan National Park over the course of two decades. What does it mean to “protect” the natural world? Who is doing the protecting, and who should it be protected from? SUPPORT Outside/In is made possible with listener support. Click here to become a sustaining member of Outside/In.  Subscribe to our newsletter. LINKS To learn more about this approach to conservation, check out our episode on the origins of Yellowstone National Park, “Fortress Conservation.” Dorceta Taylor, “The Rise of the American Conservation Movement.” Bram Buscher and Robert Fletcher, “The Conservation Revolution.” CREDITS Host: Justine Paradis Reported and produced by Yardain Amron Edited by Taylor Quimby, with help from Justine Paradis Executive Producer: Rebecca Lavoie Mixed by Yardain Amron and Taylor Quimby Additional Editing: Felix Poon and Jessica Hunt Translation: Vibha Kumar Special thanks to Guman Singh and Tony Gaston. Theme: Breakmaster Cylinder Additional Music by Blue Dot Sessions

The John Batchelor Show
1745: Watch on the Himalayas. @CleoPaskal and @GordonGChang, Gatestone, Newsweek, The Hill Cleo Paskal, non-resident Fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 11:05


Photo:   The Himalayan mountain range with Mount Everest as seen from the International Space Station looking south-south-east over the Tibetan Plateau. Four of the world's fourteen eight-thousanders, mountains higher than 8000 metres, can be seen, Makalu (8462 m), Everest (8850 m), Lhotse (8516 m) and Cho Oyu (8201 m). The South Col Route is Mount Everest's most often used climbing route. Watch on the Himalayas.  @CleoPaskal and @GordonGChang, Gatestone, Newsweek, The Hill Cleo Paskal, non-resident Fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies https://www.scmp.com/week-asia/politics/article/3151296/china-india-border-new-delhi-redirects-pakistan-facing-troops

The Life Stylist
The Inner Journey: Saving Your Soul to Save Us All w/ Dr. Erin Yu-Juin McMorrow #371

The Life Stylist

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 129:00


It's time we came back to Earth, and I can think of no one better to get us grounded than this week's guest: author, spiritual guide, and Earth advocate, Dr. Erin Yu-Juin McMorrow.  I was highly charged after devouring Erin's book, Grounded, which explores the interconnectedness between the natural world and humanity. We can see nature's history imprinted in the soil and how toxic expressions of masculinity (defined by Erin as patriarchy) rip through the natural Earth – which is an embodiment of the sacred feminine through Erin's lens.  So how do we find roots when the soil is literally being ripped from under our feet?  On the rational side of things, we can return to regenerative farming practices, start composting, and learn from our fungi friends. But things really get interesting when we dive into the spiritual, sacred potential in Earth and see how it relates to the divine feminine, and see how sex, soul, and soil are, in many ways, one and the same.  05:00 — The Return to Roots Working with soil, regenerative farming  The role of fungi in the soil and why mushrooms are our allies Relating soil to feminine sexual energy  Learning how to compost Regenerating earth and business     43:35 — Reframing Environmentalism What I learned after watching The Great Global Warming Swindle The creative life force of the universe and why we need to shift our relationship with Earth Getting caught up in environmentalism How colonization separated us from the land    01:04:18 — Plant Medicines to Reconnect with Nature  The collective elevation of consciousness with medicine experiences  The global renaissance happening right now    1:15:33 — The Way Out of Patriarchy  The collective pain body The masculine expression of ego Conquering cultural marxism to come back to oneness The Goddess Archetype Immersing yourself in natural things   1:51:49 — Expansion Through Sexuality  How an orgy pushed Erin to her edge and how she broke through  Cultivating initiation skills  Releasing shame around sexuality    More about this episode. Watch it on YouTube.   Connect with Luke on social media to learn how to take your lifestyle to the next level, plus catch exclusive live interviews & events: INSTAGRAM - @lukestorey // instagram.com/lukestorey/ FACEBOOK - facebook.com/MrLukeStorey/ TWITTER - @MrLukeStorey // twitter.com/MRLUKESTOREY YOUTUBE - youtube.com/c/LukeStorey THIS SHOW IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY: INSIDETRACKER. When you do what you love – like running, like racing, like enjoying the great outdoors – you want to do it for life. InsideTracker can help. InsideTracker was founded in 2009 by leading scientists in aging, genetics, and biometrics. Using their patented algorithm, InsideTracker analyzes your body's data to provide you with a clear picture of what's going on inside you and to offer you science-backed recommendations for positive diet and lifestyle changes. Then InsideTracker tracks your progress every day, every step of the way toward reaching your performance goals, and living a longer, healthier life. You can get 25% off the entire InsideTracker store for a limited time by going to insidetracker.com/luke.     AND...   CACAO BLISS. Back in the day, I used to have to take about 50 ingredients to make an elixir or a smoothie. I had to mix them together, make a big mess, and it took up a bunch of space in the cabinet. But Cacao Bliss has changed the game. Now I have amazing ceremony-grade organic ingredients like raw cacao, turmeric, black pepper, MCT powder, cinnamon, monk fruit, coconut nectar, lacuma, mesquite, and Himalayan salt all in one. So this is the ultimate superfood elixir, but it really tastes like chocolate milk. It's just absolutely fantastic. Try it yourself by using code “LUKE15” for 15% off at earthechofoods.com/lukestorey.   AND…   MAGNESIUM BREAKTHROUGH. If you're having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, one of the best things you can possibly do is start getting enough magnesium. Most magnesium supplements use only the two cheapest synthetic forms. However, Magnesium Breakthrough by BiOptimizers uses the seven unique forms of magnesium that you must get if you want to experience its calming, sleep-enhancing effects. Simply take two capsules before you go to bed and you'll be amazed by how much better you sleep. And how much more rested you feel when you wake up! You can use the code “LUKE10” at magbreakthrough.com/luke to save 10%. HELP SUPPORT THIS SHOW!   Love the Show? You'll really love Luke's Master Market Online Store!  It's a win-win! Get direct links to all of Luke's hand-picked biohacking and health products all in one place, exclusive discounts, and support the show by making purchases through the web store >> SHOP NOW.   Other ways to support:  SUBSCRIBE >> Apple Podcasts + Stitcher + Google Podcasts + Spotify LEAVE APPLE PODCASTS REVIEW >> Simple step-by-step instructions SHARE >> Spread the word! Tell your family, friends, neighbors, and all your social pals   Resources Instagram: @dr.erinmcmorrow Read: Grounded: A Fierce, Feminine Guide to Connecting with the Soil and Healing from the Ground Up Get 30% off Dr. Erin's “Getting Grounded” course    Related Shows Episode #277: Regenerative Farming: The Soul of Soil & Conscious Commerce w/ Ryland Englehart Episode #366: Getting Dirty: Saving Our Soul and Soil w/ Regenerative Agriculture 

The Mastermind Effect
136: Jeremy Herider | Achieving Your Optimal Version

The Mastermind Effect

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 72:14


Jeremy Herider is the Founder of Optimal Self Inc. He is a three-sport professional athlete, productivity coach to several Fortune 500 companies, and life coach (among many other titles). He's also the pioneer of Optimal Self Inc. and spends every day following the very habits he promotes through this program. Jeremy has helped 1,000's of people become the best versions of themselves through Optimal Self, and he's done so with the belief that every high-performing individual follows those same basic habits to support their success.   In this episode, Jeremy gets into the impact of seeing his mother's strength when he was a child, and how this set him up for how he handles life today. He also talks about why you need to find the rooms that are congruent to your life, and we finish it out with why you should never overhaul what you're currently doing. Check it out!    [00:01 – 19:16] Opening Segment I introduce our guest, Jeremy Herider Checkout The Success Finder through the link below Connect with Jeremy through the links below Jeremy's superpower: Finding the good in every situation Taking responsibility for your life  Unlocking your own prison [19:17 – 52:38] Jeremy and His Experience with Self-Education How learning has changed for Jeremy over the years Taking in enough information to get good grades Having a different thirst for learning today  Jeremy mentors and masterminds Treats books and podcasts as teachers Importance of who you are around matters How masterminds has helped Jeremy Finding the rooms that are congruent with what you want in your life Look for what you can give and not what you can get Importance of asking the better questions  How to avoid missteps when investing on something Being responsible for the outcome  Address your financial problem first   [52:39 – 1:07:13] What to Expect from Jeremy What to expect when you invest in yourself and work with Jeremy Understanding the definition of success A success story from people who worked Jeremy The power of visualizing the outcome  [1:07:14 – 1:11:51] Closing Segment Exciting things in store for Jeremy Actionable Items/Tips from Jeremy Drink 16 -24 oz of water with a pinch of Himalayan salt  Final words Tweetable Quotes: “But the truth is that at some point in our lives, we have to be able to take responsibility for everything in our lives.” - Jeremy Herider  “If you have a willingness to learn, there's nothing out of your reach.” -Jeremy Herider Connect with Jeremy on https://www.facebook.com/OptimalSelf1 (Facebook), https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAkydziqrlYZIFmOgD1kTPA (YouTube), https://www.instagram.com/optimal_self/%22 (Instagram) or send him an email at jason@definitiveedgemarketing.com You can also check out his website at http://www.optimalself.today (www.OptimalSelf.Today). It's time to Stand Up, Show Up, and Level Up! Download The Success Finder on Apple and Google Play Store. You can connect with me, Brandon Straza, onhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/brandonstraza/ ( LinkedIn),https://www.instagram.com/brandonstraza/ ( Instagram), or send me an email athttps://my.captivate.fm/brandon@thesuccessfinder.com ( brandon@thesuccessfinder.com). I'd love to get in touch and talk more about personal development and how you can live past beyond your limits.

Mountain & Prairie Podcast
Luke Smithwick - A Life in High Places

Mountain & Prairie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 60:07


Luke Smithwick is a professional alpinist, ski mountaineer, and mountain guide best known for his cutting-edge climbs and descents in the world's wildest mountain ranges. Luke is based in Victor, Idaho, in the shadow of the legendary Teton Range, but he spends large portions of each year deep in the Himalayas, guiding clients on remote peaks or pursuing personal climbing and skiing objectives on 7-8,000-meter peaks. He is currently hard at work on a multi-year skiing project called The Himalaya 500, which is his personal quest to ski 500 aesthetic ski lines throughout the greater Himalayan Range. - Luke was born and raised in North Carolina, and he moved to Colorado, where he attended CU Boulder and studied environmental biology and cultural anthropology. When not in class, Luke immersed himself in outdoor sports and soon began working as a guide-- first a river guide on Colorado's Upper Arkansas River and then a climbing guide. After graduation, Luke completely committed himself to the mountains, and his adventures have since taken him everywhere from the Alaska Range to his current work in the Himalayas. His company, Himalaya Alpine Guides, focuses on trips to some of the lesser-known (and less crowded) peaks in the Himalayan Range, where his clients can enjoy completely unique climbing and cultural experiences that cannot be found on more mainstream, well-known mountains. - Luke and I went to high school together back in the mid-1990s, and I was a couple of grades ahead of him. After graduation, we lost touch but have reconnected during the past few years thanks to shared interests and common friends. I was so happy that he joined me on the podcast, because I had lots of questions about how a guy from small-town North Carolina has become one of the world's most accomplished Himalayan skiers. We had a wonderful conversation, discussing everything from his career trajectory to this season's climbing objectives. We talked about how he picks ski lines, how climate change is affecting the Himalayas, the unique nature of his guiding company, how he trains, why he has made his home in the American West, and his deep respect for the people, history, and cultures of the Himalayas. - I loved catching up with my old friend Luke. I was blown away by all he has accomplished in the past 20 years, and I have the utmost respect for his understated, humble approach to life, learning, and adventure. Be sure to check the episode notes for links to everything we discussed. Enjoy! --- Luke Smithwick Himalaya Alpine Guides The Himalaya 500 Episode Notes with Links: https://mountainandprairie.com/luke-smithwick/ --- TOPICS DISCUSSED: 4:00 – Luke walks us through his trajectory post high school and how he became a professional outdoor guide 7:30 – Luke talks about his work and his guide company in the Himalayas 9:45 – Luke explains why he focuses on a deep understanding of mountain ranges instead of just the principle summits of a range 13:15 – Luke discusses how he finds his clientele 15:30 – Luke explains the importance of local relationships for his business 17:45 – Luke discusses his project, the Himalaya 500 21:15 – Luke explains how he picks his ski lines 23:00 – Luke talks about the information age and its impact on the availability of “secret spots” 25:00 – Luke talks about the people he has met in his travels around the Himalaya 27:45 – Luke talks about how current action in Afghanistan may affect his work 28:45 – Luke discusses the impacts of climate change that he sees in his work 32:00 – Luke explains how he trains for his work and play in the mountains in order to make it a sustainable lifestyle 36:00 – Luke talks about his current 8,000 meter peak goal 39:00 – Luke discusses how he balances humility and the need for self-promotion in his field 44:45 – Luke talks about training for alpine trips in his forties 48:00 – Luke talks about his family 49:15 – Luke discusses his hometown and the significance of Boy Scouts in his upbringing 51:30 – Luke's book recommendations 53:30 – Luke's film recommendations 54:30 – Luke talks about the most powerful experience in his life 56:45 – Luke's parting words of wisdom --- ABOUT MOUNTAIN & PRAIRIE: Mountain & Prairie - All Episodes Mountain & Prairie Shop Mountain & Prairie on Instagram Upcoming Events About Ed Roberson Support Mountain & Prairie Leave a Review on Apple Podcasts