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The DTALKS Podcast - Detoxing from Life
How incredible would it be if you would work on a project with one of your closest friends? How incredible would it be if that friend were your brother? How cooler still if the project was a book based on your own adventures growing up? That's the case with the guests on the latest episode of The DTALKS Podcast. Jarrett & Jerome Pumphrey have been working on books for years and only recently were able to show the world what a dynamic duo they are. They're publishing the books they wish they had growing up and telling the stories they want to tell. Our conversation on the podcast covered their backgrounds in writing & illustrating, the decision to make their latest book a "part comic/part written word" book, and what's next. Enjoy! About Jarrett & Jerome Pumphrey Jarrett is an award-winning author-illustrator. He makes books for kids with his brother, Jerome. Their books include It's a Sign!, Somewhere in the Bayou, The Old Boat, and their author-illustrator debut, The Old Truck, which received seven starred reviews, was named a Best Book of the Year by Publishers Weekly, and received the Ezra Jack Keats New Author Honor. Jerome is a designer, illustrator, and writer, originally from Houston, TX. He studied graphic design at the Art Institute of Austin and has worked as a technical writer, freelance graphic designer, and illustrator. About Link + Hud: Heroes by a Hair Meet Link and Hud―brothers causing chaos in the first of a new middle grade series from real-life brothers Jarrett and Jerome Pumphrey. Lincoln and Hudson Dupré are brothers with what grown-ups call “active imaginations.” Link and Hud hunt for yetis in the Himalayas and battle orcs on epic quests. Unfortunately, their imaginary adventures wreak havoc in their real world. Dr. and Mrs. Dupré have tried every babysitter in the neighborhood and are at their wits' end. Enter Ms. Joyce. Strict and old-fashioned, she proves to be a formidable adversary. The boys don't like her or her rules and decide she's got to go. Through a series of escalating events―told as high-action comic panel sequences―the brothers conspire to undermine Ms. Joyce and get her fired. When they go so big that even Ms. Joyce can't fix it, suddenly she's out. Finally, success! Or is it? With warm and authentic humor, Jarrett and Jerome Pumphrey have blended prose and graphic novel-style illustrations to craft a unique and subversive new series full of brotherly mischief and mayhem. Make sure to check out the NEW Dtalkspodcast.com website! Thanks to Empire Toys for this episode of the podcast! Nostalgia is something everyone loves and Empire Toys in Keller Texas is on nostalgia overload. With toys and action figures from the 70's, 80's, 90's, and today, Empire Toys is a one-stop-shop for a trip down memory lane and a chance to reclaim what was once yours (but likely sold at a garage sale) Check out Empire Toys on Facebook, Instagram, or at TheEmpireToys.com AND Thanks to Self Unbound for this episode of the podcast: Your quality of life: physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually, is a direct reflection of the level of abundant energy, ease, and connection your nervous system has to experience your life! At Self Unbound, your nervous system takes center stage as we help unbind your limited healing potential through NetworkSpinal Care. Access the first steps to your Unbound journey by following us on Facebook, Instagram, or at www.selfunbound.com The DTALKS Podcast has also been ranked #9 in the "Top 40 Detox Podcast You Must Follow in 2020" according to Feedspot.com for our work in the Cultural Detox space. Thank you so much to the Feedspot team! https://blog.feedspot.com/detox_podcasts/
Kallie Klug, a fellow people pleaser in recovery, is a certified yoga instructor and somatic practitioner based in Orange County, California. She studied traditional yoga, breathwork, and meditation in the Himalayas of India, and has continuing education certifications in therapeutic yoga, somatic parts work, and integrative somatic trauma therapy.Through somatic psychology, yoga, and embodiment, she helps support her clients into empowerment and freedom, where they were once stuck in shame and self-doubt. She explains to us how intentional movement is not only healing physically, but emotionally as well. She teaches us about glimmers vs triggers, and how to find them in our day to day.You can follow Kallie on instagram for more content: https://instagram.com/kali.somaticsKallie's website and services: https://www.kallieklugyoga.com/?referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fl.instagram.com%2F Support the showHelp Support the Show and Receive Exclusive Content:https://www.buzzsprout.com/1982724/subscribeBuy us a coffee (or matcha!):https://www.buzzsprout.com/1982724/subscribeFollow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/seeyouontheothersidepodcastFollow us on TikTok:https://www.tiktok.com/@seeyouontheothersidepod?_t=8aQW09Z16Gg&_r=1Subscribe to our YouTube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCBMMebwa0Kh43qvZtL1fZogGNG Strategic Solutions:https://gngstrategicsolutions.com/
Chezwick, the 16th person to complete the Eastern Continental Trail and the 5th person to complete the Great Western Loop, takes a load off and sits down with Doc to talk trail. During the discussion, the two range wide and far, covering topics like the state bird of Oregon, the Pyramid of Pain, unique uses for toothpaste in the Himalayas, trail romances ending badly, Doc Campbell's Outpost, Type III fun, and No One and Nothing. You won't believe your ears. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/johnfreakinmuir/support
Field Notes from the Montana Natural History Center
Mountain goats, which aren't actually goats but are considered “goat-antelopes” and whose closest relatives live in the Himalayas, prefer to live above the treeline and in high alpine meadows, beyond the usual range of predators like mountain lions. Beyond the range of many humans, too. They are one of the least-studied large mammals in North America.
During Women's History Month, we celebrate women who paved the way in a range of fields—from politics and the law to aviation and technology. In this episode, host Suzanne McCabe talks with Ruchira Gupta, a journalist, author, and activist who is ensuring a future for girls who otherwise might not have one. Ruchira has worked tirelessly to help girls in India, Nepal, and other countries escape the brutal world of child sex trafficking. She is the co-founder of Apne Aap, a non-governmental organization (NGO) that empowers women and girls to escape the vicious cycle of prostitution. Ruchira's work with vulnerable women and girls inspired her new novel for young adults. It's called I Kick and I Fly. The story introduces readers to 14-year-old Heera, who is growing up in a red-light district in India. Heera escapes being sold into the sex trade when a local activist teaches her kung fu and helps her understand the value of her body. As Gloria Steinem says, I Kick and I Fly is a book “that could save lives.” Ruchira is also a visiting professor at New York University. Her documentary about sex trafficking in India and Nepal, The Selling of Innocents, won an Emmy Award in 1996 for outstanding investigative journalism. She holds a Doctor of Humane Letters from Smith College. → Resources Meet Ruchira Gupta: Learn more about the author, artist, and activist, who divides her time between New York and Forbesganj, her childhood home in the foothills of the Himalayas. Apne Aap: The NGO that Ruchira co-founded works to end sex trafficking by preventing intergenerational prostitution. I Kick and I Fly: Order the new YA novel by Ruchira Gupta. Celebrating Courageous Women: Check out these biographies for young people from Scholastic. → Highlights Ruchira Gupta, author, I Kick and I Fly “I Kick and I Fly is about a young girl who's only 14 years old, and she's born in a nomadic tribe in India. She's about to be sold into prostitution until a woman's right advocate enrolls her in a kung fu program. Through the practice of kung fu, she discovers the power of her body, and fights for it.” “I've been running an NGO called Apne Aap, which means self-action in Hindi. The NGO works amongst nomadic tribes which are marginalized, so marginalized that prostitution is passed on from mother to daughter, and pimping from father to son.” “I was a journalist, and I was walking through the hills of Nepal, when I came across rows of villages with missing girls. I decided that I wanted to find out more, so I began to ask the men drinking tea and playing cards where the girls were. And the answer changed my life. They told me that they were in Bombay. Now, Bombay was nearly 1,400 kilometers away, and these villages were in remote Himalayan hamlets…. I followed the story, and I ended up in the brothels of Bombay. I saw little girls as young as 13 and 14 locked up in tiny rooms for years.” “I went on to win an Emmy for outstanding investigative journalism. And when I was on stage in the Broadway Marquis Hotel, and everyone was clapping, and there were the bright lights, all I could see were the eyes of the women in the brothels of Bombay who had spoken out in my documentary, because they said they wanted to save their daughters.” “Behind the story of me being a journalist was that I used to love reading books as a child. And librarians were some of the most important people in my life. My mother enrolled me as a 10-year-old in a library. These librarians would tell me, ‘Take this book, take that book,' so I lived in the world of stories. I became a free thinker because of the stories I read, because of the family I grew up in, which encouraged ideas, but also the books that I read.” “I saw the mothers who were scared to come to our meetings slowly challenge the men who would say, ‘We'll bury you alive,' ‘We'll cut your head off,' et cetera. And they would still walk from that mud hut to our mud hut, which is just 500 feet away, but it was really an emotional journey. They would come in spite of the heckling, the shouting. I could go back home to the safety of my garden and my walls, and the women could not. And yet they took this on.” “The three top organized crimes in the world are drug smuggling, arms smuggling, and human trafficking. A girl can be traded, or a boy can be traded again and again, whereas drugs can be consumed only once.” “Most of the kids trafficked in the U.S. are from inside the country. They are normally poor, they are normally female, and they are normally from a marginalized race, Black, or from Native American communities, and they're teenagers.” “How do we say there's bodily autonomy compared to bodily shaming? How do we say, instead of bullying, there's friendship and equality? How can we say that, instead of alienation, there's community? All these things are there in my book.” → Special Thanks Producer: Constance Gibbs Sound engineer: Daniel Jordan Music composer: Lucas Elliot Eberl → Coming Soon THE TITANIC—Jennifer A. Nielsen: Iceberg EARTH DAY—Brian Selznick: Big Tree
Our accomplished expert in this episode is former US speed skier, mountaineer, and climber, Craig Calonica. Craig is a world-renowned adventurer who has great insight on risk and leadership. He has four decades of experience navigating daring and dangerous assents and descents in some of the most extreme alpine locations in the world—creating and breaking records in the process. He currently runs a cutting-edge helicopter skiing operation in the Himalayas and is originally from Lake Tahoe, California. In the summer of 2021, Calonica regaled podcast host Patti Murphy with stories of some of his incredible high-altitude experiences. We hope to have him back on the podcast in the future to unpack his philosophies on navigating risk and building resilience, but for now we're honored to share his powerful accounts of adventuring in complex outdoor environments that showcase extraordinary aspects of human endurance and the human spirit.
It is a commonly held belief that the period of the Protestant Reformation is a low point in Great Commission missions fervor, but is that entirely true? Our guest today is Dr. Ray Van Neste, Dean of the School of Theology & Missions and Professor of Biblical Studies at Union University in Jackson, Tennessee. Listen to what he has to say on the matter. Some questions addressed in this episode: -How focused on the Great Commission were the leaders of the Protestant Reformation? Were they concerned with global missions? -What was the primary focus of mission efforts during this time? Trying to reach Roman Catholics or people from other world religions? -How did the Reformation pave the way for the Modern Missions Movement? Books mentioned in this episode: -The Thousand Years of Uncertainty, A.D. 500-A.D. 1500 (Volume II). Kenneth Scott Latourette. - Recultivating the Vineyard: The Reformation Agendas of Christianization. Scott H. Hendrix. Follow Amazon the Himalayas on: Twitter | Instagram | Facebook For more information on the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, go to sbts.edu For information on Boyce College, go to BoyceCollege.com
Reading With Your Kids Podcast
Borthers Jarrett and Jerome Pumphrey are on the #ReadingWithYourKids #Podcast to celebrate their new #GraphicNovel Link and Hud, Heroes By A Hair. The brothers tell us that Lincoln and Hudson Dupré are brothers with what grown-ups call “active imaginations.” Link and Hud hunt for yetis in the Himalayas and battle orcs on epic quests. Unfortunately, their imaginary adventures wreak havoc in their real world. Dr. and Mrs. Dupré have tried every babysitter in the neighborhood and are at their wits' end. Enter Ms. Joyce. Strict and old-fashioned, she proves to be a formidable adversary. The boys don't like her or her rules and decide she's got to go. Through a series of escalating events―told as high-action comic panel sequences―the brothers conspire to undermine Ms. Joyce and get her fired. When they go so big that even Ms. Joyce can't fix it, suddenly she's out. Finally, success! Or is it? Click here to visit the Pumphrey Brother's website - https://thepumphreybrothers.com/about Click here to visit our website - www.readingwithyourkids.com
Life is a Ceremony: Every Moment is an Opportunity to Practice
In this episode Roman Hanis discuss the origin and spiritual disciplines within the Amazonian, Andean and Tibetan indigenous traditions as well as their practical benefit in our modern world during this time of global crisis. Topics include: Unconditional Love & Practical Wisdom vs. Shamanic Tourism Union of complementary opposites in nature as the Mother Earth/Father […] The post Life is a Ceremony Podcast EP 24: From Amazonia to the Himalayas – Ancestral Wisdom for Modern Critical Times appeared first on Paititi Institute!.
**Please note the special day for this event — the call falls on Monday, instead of our usual Saturday time. “The key to creating health,” says Dr. Mark Hyman, “is figuring out the cause of the problem and then providing the right conditions for the body and soul to thrive. It isn’t taking another medication.” Whether he’s in a gray suit or hospital scrubs, Mark Hyman, MD, is often carrying in his pockets a pack of walnuts, coconut butter, turkey jerky, or some other nutrient-dense snack. A family physician, author, and public figure, Hyman has been transforming the landscape of Western medicine for the past 30 years. His latest book, Young Forever: The Secrets to Living Your Longest, Healthiest Life, aims to provide a prescription for healthy longevity, challenging the public to go beyond the status quo of the average lifespan riddled with “diseases of aging.” At 63, Hyman says he feels better than he did when he was half his age; by scientific methods, his biological age measures 20 years younger. He believes everyone has the same potential to thrive, and he is on a mission to make that an equal opportunity for all. For as long as he can remember, Hyman's life has been about mind-body wellness and personal growth. Born in New York, Hyman moved with his family to Spain, where his mother shopped in local markets and grew a backyard garden. In high school, he became a vegetarian for 10 years. At Cornell University, he studied nutrition and Buddhism. And before he pursued a calling in medicine, he spent time teaching yoga and wandering the mountains of Tibet and Nepal in search of meaning. As a young doctor, Hyman became disheartened by practicing medicine with conventional methods. “The way we were treating disease wasn’t working,” he says. “We can’t just cover up symptoms with medications. We have to understand the body as a biological system — an ecosystem.” This led him to research root causes of chronic disease — a paradigm called “functional medicine,” which focuses on each person’s unique genetic, biochemical, and lifestyle factors, as well as the social determinants of health. Teaching underserved and privileged communities alike to cook nutritious, delicious food – and likening foods such as Oreos and Coke to addictive drugs – has long topped his priority list. Hyman’s professional journey has also been shaped by his personal challenges. When he was a young doctor, he developed chronic fatigue syndrome and intense “brain fog,” ultimately leading him to functional medicine and a path to heal himself. In 2012, his younger sister died from biliary cancer and his marriage ended. In this raw state, he returned to the East for another pilgrimage, this time accompanied by his daughter, to the sacred mountain of Jomolhari in Bhutan and a Tibetan orphanage at Menri Monastery in the Himalayas. Then in 2017, he himself came very close to death with a severe illness, now understanding by direct experience, rather than only conceptually in his mind, some of life’s essential lessons — like surrender. Among Hyman’s many and varied roles is serving as the founder and director of The UltraWellness Center, Senior Advisor to the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine, and board president of the Institute for Functional Medicine. He is the author of 14 New York Times best-selling books, the host of a popular podcast, The Doctor’s Farmacy, and a regular medical contributor for several television shows and networks, including CBS This Morning, Today, Good Morning America, The View, and CNN. Equally dedicated to the health of our food systems and the planet as a whole, Hyman founded a nonprofit organization, the Food Fix Campaign, to “transform the dysfunctional policies” that shape our food and agricultural systems. “What we do to our bodies, we do to the planet. What we do to the planet, we do to our bodies.” Is there an inner compass that directs his outer work? A journal entry from Hyman’s pilgrimage to Bhutan and Tibet might give us a glimpse: I do not pretend to understand how this life works, my place in it, or how to arrive to a place that is settled, authentic, powerful, and clear, but I am trying….Being here, visiting the sacred places, in this sacred country where these Buddhist principles are their constitution, their declaration of interdependence and interconnection of all things, I am quieted and happy, but less certain than ever of how things should be – only open to how things might be if I relax, let go, be present, show up, pay attention, and listen for what is true in everything. Please join Pavi Mehta and Cynthia Li in conversation with this visionary doctor, changemaker, and student of life.
Rad Season Podcast - Action Sports and Adventure Show
Jeremy Grant is an award winning film director, mountain biker, skier and family man. Jeremy grew up in Nelson, British Colombia, Canada and was hooked on watching and wanting to make ski movies. Some friends in his high school class got into mountain biking. These friends just so happened to be some of the best freeride mountain bikers at the time including Mike Kinrade, Robbie Bourdon and Joe Schwartz to name a few. Jeremy opted to hold the camera when the boys started sending 20 foot drops on their bikes.Jeremy started as an editor for Freeride Entertainment on the New World Disorder films back in 2003. He went on to become Cinematographer and built his way up to creative director until going out as a freelancer in 2019.Jeremy's the man behind the iconic Red Bull Rampage content production and event livestreaming. He's been to every Rampage for 21 years as well as directed around the world from the Himalayas to the Gobi Desert, from sold-out concerts in L.A. to uninhabited islands at the North Pole. His epic award winning mountain biking films, Where The Trail Ends, North Of Nightfall and many more have set the bar for stunning cinematography and pushed the progression of what we know as freeride mountain biking today.You can follow what Jeremy Grant is up to on Instagram at jeremy_grant_ and be sure to check out his website jeremyreidgrant.com Like what you hear? Please consider subscribing on Apple Podcasts or Spotify and leave a short review. It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference.The Rad Season Action Sports Podcast come out across all podcast players with a new episode every Monday.For show notes and past guests, please visit: radseason Past guests on The Rad Season Show include Darren Berrecloth, Nicholi Rogatkin, Chris Berkard, Stacy Peralta, Bob Haro, Garry Fisher, Caroline Buchanan and Hans 'No Way' Rey. Contact Rad Season On our website radseason.com On Instagram at radseason and olirussellcowan On LinkedIn at olirussellcowan Email us at email@example.com Thanks for listening & keep it rad!
In this episode, our hearts are rejoicing and reverent to be in the enlightening and awakening presence of mystic wisdom teacher and guide, Mary Reed, who is ushering in the Way of Love, the Truth of Love, and the Luminous Light of Love.We welcome her back to Caravan of the Heart to celebrate and cherish the release of her new book and big, beautiful, inspiring love letter, Humanity's Epic Awakening A Mystical Odyssey Beyond Belief.We become fully aware of the light of the divine here through us and as us. We make our Love visible. No scripture or sermon is necessary to live according to love...every heart knows the way.We ask, If love is all we need - then why hasn't there ever been enough love to make our suffering go away? We find out the answer.Expand to hold the wisdom that the origin of our pain is our belief that we are separate from everything, separate from love.See how when we reject what we label “bad” we are stuck in a cycle of pain- what we resist...persists. Invite whatever comes into my awareness...I will love unconditionally as an equal part of all that I am. "There is a great love coming....like a great tidal wave...like the force of a thousand winds...it is unstoppable... and you should welcome it when it comes!"We look forward to Mary helping us remember that how we are in each moment IS our contribution to the collective. She offers to us… “You see how powerful you are? Throughout the cosmos you are being celebrated!” We celebrate HER and all of her contributions in service to Divine Love!Mary was a staunchly agnostic healthcare executive living in Washington, DC when she began venturing uncontrollably into mystical experiences in the company of Jesus, Buddha and angels. She finally surrendered her “normal” life and spent several years in a tiny nunnery in the Himalayas coming to terms with her unexpected abilities. Her profound experiences are both a road map and an invitation into the Divine wisdom we all hold within. Mary's work is a palpable transmission of Divine Love as evidenced in her three books — Unwitting Mystic Evolution of the Message of Love, Divine New Being A Sublime Guided Passage to the End of Hell, and Humanity's Epic Awakening A Mystical Odyssey Beyond Belief.Mary says, “However we are reacting to others is our contribution to others. However we are reacting to the world is our contribution to the world. What is it YOU want to contribute?”Personal Website: https://www.lovemaryreed.com/ENJOY Mary's 1st episode on Caravan of the Heart here: https://www.caravanoftheheart.com/podcast-episodes/episode/4e04eec0/mary-reed-mystic-wisdom-guideteacherSupport Caravan of the HeartSupport the showBECOME A MEMBERhttps://ko-fi.com/caravanoftheheart/tiersYour monthly support helps further this outreach and keeps this Caravan moving to amplify love in all things! LOVE IS SPOKEN HERE
Motivation Daily by Motiversity
Kamal Ravikant, author and venture capitalist, delivers one of the best motivational interviews on loving yourself like your life depends on it.Special thanks to Aubrey Marcus for providing this interview.SpeakerKamal RavikantKamal Ravikant is the author of the bestselling books, Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It and Live Your Truth. He's been a US Army Infantry soldier, held the hands of dying patients, climbed in the Himalayas, spoken to audiences around the globe, walked 550 miles across Spain, meditated with Tibetan monks, and has worked with some of the best people in Silicon Valley. But more than anything, he is passionate about writing books that improve lives.Follow Kamalhttps://twitter.com/kamalravikantMusic:Epidemic SoundHazy Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Powerful Stories with Tory Archbold
I'm joined today by the incredible Rachel Hunter as we share a beautiful conversation about love, truth and grace. Rachel's depth of wisdom and grace is profound as we talk about her stepping out of fear and into love. Rachel Hunter is an internationally renowned supermodel from Auckland, New Zealand, who began her successful career at the age of seventeen and has appeared on notable brands and magazine covers including Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, Sports Illustrated and many more. Rachel has also appeared in films and television programs worldwide. What I love most about Rachel Hunter is her truth and honesty - the foundational work she has done to drop out of ego into her life source of discovering who you really are, anchoring into the wisdom within and expressing yourself in an energetic and intuitive way. Rachel has recently embarked on an odyssey exploring beauty and well-being in cultures all over the globe for her acclaimed television program, "Tour of Beauty." She has just released a best-selling book chronicling her incredible experience. In this episode, Rachel shares her three beautiful rituals of intention, learning and action and how the process of seeking your purpose is so personal, a constant process of evolving and living in the ebb and flow. Born into a spiritually open family, Rachel had a deep connection with her late mother who sought many different and diverse spiritual practices. An open mind and heart became the legacy she passed on to Rachel. After her mother's death in 2017, Rachel fully immersed herself in the formal study of the ancient practices of yoga in the foothills of the Himalayas. Having completed over five hundred hours of Registered Yoga Training (RYT) and several master modules in meditation, Rachel is trained in all facets of the eight limbs of yoga. Rachel's transformational, dynamic practice includes breathwork and various disciplines of yoga with an emphasis on the Vedantic and Tantric traditions, incorporating Himalayan Kundalini. There is so much power in this episode and I know it will resonate deeply with so many women on their own journeys of self discovery. As you anchor back into yourself, you will discover your own power and that is when manifestation and miracles happen. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rachelhunterx/ Website: https://www.rachelhunter.com/ Where to Find Tory: Check out Tory's new book https://selfbeliefisyoursuperpower.com/ Website: https://powerful-steps.com/ Instagram: @powerfulsteps LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tory-archbold-b8542715/ Powerful Steps Coffee Challenge: https://powerful-steps.com/coffee-challenge/. Youtube Channel: Powerful Steps - YouTube See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Medieval church is often a confusing and controversial time in church history. However, despite this reality, we can still learn things from the missionary efforts of the believers during this time. In this episode, we talk with Dr. Stephen Presley about the state of the church and missions during the Middle Ages. Some of the questions addressed in this episode: -What impact did monastic orders have on the mission of the church? -What impact did the Crusades have on the mission of the church? -What were some challenges for the church during this time? Books mentioned in this episode: -The Thousand Years of Uncertainty. Kenneth Scott Latourette. -The Missionary Movement in Christian History: Studies in the Transmission of Faith. Andrew Walls. -Missionary Monks: An Introduction to the History and Theology of Missionary Monasticism. Ed Smither. -The Lost History of Christianity: The Thousand-Year Golden Age of the Church in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia--and How It Died. Philip Jenkins. -The Medieval Church: A Brief History. Joseph Lynch. Follow Amazon the Himalayas on: Twitter | Instagram | Facebook For more information on the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, go to sbts.edu For information on Boyce College, go to BoyceCollege.com
George Mallory was a British Mountaineer who had dreams of standing on the summit of Mount Everest. He went on expeditions to the mountain three times and on the third trip, he never came back.Join me as I dive in!(Commercial at 15:45)to contact me:firstname.lastname@example.orgSource:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Mallory
Jeremy returns to his podcast, after 2 years off. We can all agree the last few years have taken a toll on us. The World Health Organisation predicts mental illness to be the next epidemic facing humanity. And having lived through many mental issues, Jeremy wishes to share his experiences and learnings in hope of helping others. Shortly after the pandemic hit, Jeremy moved to a home surrounded by nature and took a dive within, to commune with the deeper parts of himself and resolve the stresses that were coming to the surface. It was a very special time, settling further into stillness, as the world seemed to venture further into madness. He believes the ancient techniques of meditation and yoga, freely available to us all, are the best way to transcend instability rooted in the mind. In this new series, Jeremy playfully shines light on the heart-felt truths and pragmatic mechanics of our liberation; awakening to the power of what we are. Together, discovering gems of wisdom; the only ignition for true freedom. Armed with this wisdom, we can directly experience a way home to ourselves; a home we all share within. This new series will be called Homecoming, same podcast feed, new title. In this episode, Jeremy reflects on his past 12 years. Discussing highs and lows of life-changing events that contributed to his own homecoming. But how do you know when you have actually come home to yourself? How can we understand or map our invisible inner world? A place that determines our behaviour and yet we spend such little time being still enough to observe it without pretence. This episodes shares experiences and teachings that allowed Jeremy to familiarise himself with his ultimate nature. Recorded from the roof of beloved Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's house. Nestled in the town of Rishikesh, India; a revered place for saints and sages, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's ashram sits at the feet of the great Himalayas. Episode highlights: [00:22] Who to expect from this series [01:53] Why the podcast disappeared for 2 years [02:38] The intention of Homecoming [08:19] Moments of spontaneous unification [10:21] Spiritual evolution [21:00] The importance of having jurisdiction over our inner reality [23:04] The challenge of being spiritually sensitive in the west [28:13] Thankfulness for being alive [33:10] How P Diddy and the lotus pose taught Jeremy to find peace in a scary experience Contact: Jeremy would love to hear from you, please contact him on his instagram below with any feelings or thoughts. instagram.com/jezcarne facebook.com/jezcarne twitter.com/jezcarne This podcast is independent and funded by Jeremy, with the intention of giving something he deems valuable, to you. You can show your support by sharing an episode with a friend who you think might benefit from listening, posting what you think about the podcast on your socials (hoping it's positive), or leaving a nice review. All will help! Thank you.
It's the final 60s UNCLE, and it's a fitting send-off. Solo goes on a peyote vision quest, Ilya babysits a wannabe protagonist, and "Waverly is fucking dying. A rogue UNCLE agent has created a secret society based in the LAX Airport Terminal in a desert in the middle of the Himalayas, and he's planning to stop all wars by unleashing the most powerful gas we've ever faced... ------ Consider supporting us on our reasonably-priced patreon! https://www.patreon.com/killjamesbond ------ *WEB DESIGN ALERT* Tom Allen is a friend of the show (and the designer behind our website). If you need web design help, reach out to him here: https://www.tomallen.media/ Kill James Bond is hosted by Alice Caldwell-Kelly, Abigail Thorn, and Devon. You can find us at https://killjamesbond.com and https://twitter.com/killjamesbond
In Your Right Mind with Monique Rhodes
It can be tempting to think that life would be easier if we could just get some time away from everyone. On some level, it's true. But in the long term, we need others for our personal growth. Click Here to see how happy you are. If you like this podcast, we would love you to give a review. Here is how you do it.
This week on the Don't Touch My Sasquatch Podcast, we hire a sherpa guide to show us the trail through the Himalayas as we search for the elusive Yeti. We discuss, Yahoo Yowie, The Unofficial DTS Cast Field Guide, Stinky Pete and the Goofy Bunch, Randy the Yeti, Yeti foot-tracks, Pliny the Elder, Monastery racket, Lepcha, Gigantopithecus, unwashed man-bear-snowman, Reinhold Messmer and Randy the Yeti's favorite ground hole. Listen now to learn the origin and myth that surrounds Bigfoots' eastern frozen mountain cousin and how you just might get his business card.Found everywhere podcasts are availablePatreon: https://urlgeni.us/patreon/m1jQBy joining us on patreon you'll get bi-weekly bonus episodes in both audio and video formats, early access to new episodes, involvement in listener episodes (Q&A, your stories…), exclusive merch, discounts and more.SocialsJoin the discussion and give us your thoughts and views by following us on:Facebook: https://urlgeni.us/facebook/9JnQ Instagram: https://urlgeni.us/instagram/pJcM Twitter: https://urlgeni.us/twitter/b4RH Websitewww.DonttouchmySasquatch.com Referenceshttps://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Yeti#Originshttps://www.grahamhoyland.com/yeti-sightings/https://www.tibettravel.org/tibetan-people/himalayan-mystery-yeti.html https://blog.nature.org/2018/04/02/the-yeti-a-story-of-scientific-misunderstanding/ (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yeti https://news.mongabay.com/2011/10/indisputable-proof-of-yeti-discovered/ https://www.livescience.com/16503-yeti-evidence-russia.html https://www.deseret.com/2000/4/7/19556628/austrian-mountaineer-describes-firsthand-look-at-yeti https://www.theguardian.com/books/2000/aug/10/travelbooks.samwollaston Stock Media provided by TheDoctorCaptain / Pond5 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Next Level Soul with Alex Ferrari: A Spirituality & Personal Growth Podcast
Above all else, Grandmaster Wolf (GMW) is a mystic. That is to say, from his early youth onwards, GMW has been driven by a deep incessant need to return to an unknown source and original true nature and to realize more profound truthsGMW lived in temples both in the Himalayas and remote mountains of China, then after decades of sacrifice, searching, and sitting at length with awakened persons, including the Dalai Lama, Jiddu Krishnamurti, and Master Ni Ching Hua, to name a few, GMW was awakened whilst in private discussion with enlightened Zen Master Yamahata Daido Hogen San, born 1935.Please enjoy my conversation with Grandmaster Wolf.
In this episode I am joined by Naomi Levine, author, under her birth name Norma Levine, of multiple books including ‘The Miraculous 16th Karmapa', ‘A Quest For The Hidden Lands', and ‘Chronicles of Love and Death: My Years With The Last Spiritual King of Bhutan'. Naomi recalls why she dropped out of academia to pursue an alternative lifestyle, and through a series of life-changing encounters with Tibetan gurus such as Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche, 16th Karmapa, and Tai Situpa, converted to Buddhism and moved to India to pursue a life of yogic practice. Naomi describes her close discipleship under Tai Situpa, and recounts her initial meeting, and subsequent multi-year relationship, with the Shabdrung - a highly revered Bhutanese tulku said to possess potent magical abilities. Naomi also discusses the difficulty of differentiating between crazy wisdom and abusive behaviour, reflects her own naivety about what the practice of Vajrayana really entails, and describes the signs of enlightenment after the death of great beings. … Video version: https://www.guruviking.com/podcast/ep190-love-death-in-the-himalayas-naomi-levine Also available on Youtube, iTunes, & Spotify – search ‘Guru Viking Podcast'. … Topics Include: 00:00 - Intro 01:14 - Naomi's recent autobiographical writings 04:58 - The last free generation 09:53 - How the world and culture changed and became less open 11:51 - Post war culture and music's effect on culture 12:50 - Naomi's PhD thesis on the English playwright Arnold Wesker and moving to England 14:37 - The extraordinary village of Hay-on-Wye 16:05 - Naomi's family of origin and upbringing 17:48 - A powerful Saturn return 19:34 - Meeting Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche at Samye Ling 21:46 - Impressions of Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche 25:19 - Life changing meeting with the 16th Karmapa 26:30 - Becoming a disciple of Tai Situ Rinpoche 27:48 - Conversion to Buddhism 30:18 - Naivety about the realities of Vajrayana practice 33:23 - The Guru is not your best friend 34:20 - Not ready for Tantra 37:17 - What's really required for Vajrayana practice 40:24 - Vajrayana cannot be taught in today's culture 45:11 - Meeting the Shabdrung for the first time 49:06 - Falling in love with the Shabdrung and beginning a relationship 51:16 - The remarkable story of the previous Shabdrung incarnations 53:02 - Great beings can still experience trauma 55:08 - Crazy wisdom or just crazy? 01:01:13 - Impressions of Bhutan 01:03:49 - Supernatural experiences around the Shabdrung 01:05:58 - The death of the Shabdrung and revealing realisation 01:08:31 - Shabdrung's opinion of other lamas 01:10:14 - How Naomi's book was received 01:13:14 - Not a great Khandro … To find out more about Naomi Levine, visit: - https://www.facebook.com/naomilevine111 - https://www.amazon.com/stores/Norma-Levine/author/B001K86LZ4?ref=ap_rdr&store_ref=ap_rdr&isDramIntegrated=true&shoppingPortalEnabled=true … For more interviews, videos, and more visit: - www.guruviking.com … Music ‘Deva Dasi' by Steve James
Meet Kanishka Poddar, the Bicycle Mayor of Ranchi, India. In 2015, Kanishka ran into a woman from Spain who was touring India by bike and thought, “who travels India by bike? That's insane.” But she inspired him to hop on a bike for the first time in 20 years, and he experienced the sheer joy of exploring places at his own pace.Fast forward 8 years, and now Kanishka is the Bicycle Mayor of his town, Ranchi. He works closely to connect his community with the government to support bicycling policies and make his country more bicycle friendly. Kanishka has fallen in love with bicycle touring and traveling in slow motion.Fun facts about Kanishka:He climbed some of the highest mountains while cycling in the Himalayas. From cycling in heavy rains to hailstorms and snowfall, he experienced it all while crossing notorious Himalayan passes.While touring in Vietnam, he was invited right off the street to attend a wedding. Later he ran into a random 70-year-old man, and even though they didn't speak the same language, they could communicate. When he crossed the border between Thailand and Cambodia, he was almost mugged by immigration officers. He had the worst night in no man's land between the two countries, but it taught him so much about himself, life, and beyond.Learn more about Kanishka on his website Veloventure.in. Follow him on Instagram at @kp1200 and on Twitter at @kp1200.Join our community at Warmshowers.org, follow us on Instagram @Warmshowers_org, and visit us on Facebook. Contact Tahverlee directly at Tahverlee@Warmshowers.org.Today's episode of Bike Life was hosted by Jerry Kopack, Warmshowers Board member and finance chair. Theme Music by Les Konley | Produced by Les Konley Happy riding and hosting!
Art DeLorenzo, CLU, ChFC, CFP, MSFS, MSEd, has been involved in the financial services industry since 1968. He began his career following the attainment of his graduate degree in Education from Ithaca College, and his undergraduate degree in Education from Castleton University in Vermont. He started as a financial advisor but soon moved into a leadership role as a District Sales Manager. In 1984, he accepted the position of Division Manager in the Melville office for all of Long Island and Staten Island. In 1999, as a Field Vice President for IDS/American Express Financial Advisors, he supported two market groups, the New York Metro market group and the Upstate New York market group. In 2000, he became Group Vice President of the Upstate New York/Vermont market group, retiring from that position in 2005. During that time his market group markedly improved their sales ranking. In 2006, American Express spun off their financial planning entity into Ameriprise Financial Services where he continued to mentor a small group of field leaders and advisors. Mr. DeLorenzo holds the distinction of being the only field leader in the Ameriprise Hall of Fame. Throughout his career, Mr. DeLorenzo has blended his expertise in financial planning with his knowledge of educational fundamentals to mentor and train his advisors. By stressing the concepts espoused by the College of Financial Planning in Denver, CO and the American College in Bryn Mawr, PA, he has influenced colleagues to acquire the knowledge and status these institutions provide. Mr. DeLorenzo is a founding partner in MYT Group, LLC, which launched as a formal business entity in 2009. In 2001, partners began researching the impact Emotional Competence might have on the well being of participants, finding after several pilots that the MYT process lowered stress and improved productivity. Originally focused on the financial services industry, this work has now crossed into other industries as well. Mr. DeLorenzo is a founding principle in AEDL Consulting Services, LTD where he transitioned many of the learnings from his Leadership career to small and medium sized companies. AEDL Consulting Services, LTD provides infrastructure reengineering support to practices and businesses. Art is extremely proud of his family. He has been married to his wife, Debra, for over 47 years, and has four children, seven grandsons and three granddaughters. He is an accomplished mediocre golfer, and retired from mountain climbing in 2016 after summiting many significant mountains in the US and in the Himalayas. In 2010 he was inducted into the Castleton University Athletic Hall of Fame for his MVP contribution to the 1964 NAIA co-championship soccer team. In 1996, he was also inducted into the Hall of Fame for the Fortune 100 firm where he has spent his entire career. He and his wife share time between their homes in New York City and Martha's Vineyard. Please click on the links below to explore further:https://www.maximizeyourtalent.com/https://scholar.harvard.edu/danielleallen/homehttps://www.amazon.com/Forgive-Good-Proven-Prescription-Happiness/dp/006251721Xhttps://rickaberman.com/https://bamboolab3.com/
This season on the podcast we have been discussing Missions History. Today we are stepping aside to talk about some of the recent events at Asbury University in Wilmore, Kentucky. At the time of this recording, the Hughes Auditorium has been filled now for well over a week with students, faculty, staff, community members, and visitors from all around the United States gathering to worship pray, and seek the Lord. Some have called this a revival, but others are unsure. Our guest today is Dr. Tim Beougher, Billy Graham Professor of Evangelism at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He serves as the Associate Dean of the Billy Graham School of Missions, Evangelism, and Ministry. and has done significant teaching, writing, and research on revivals and spiritual awakenings. Questions addressed in this episode: -What exactly is revival? How do we define it? -How do revivals generally begin? What are the markers for a true revival? -How should we be thinking about what is happening at Asbury? Celebration? Skepticism? Books mentioned in this episode: -Mark Shaw, Global Awakening: How 20th-Century Revivals Triggered a Christian Revolution -Jonathan Edwards, On Revival -Ian Murray, Revival and Revivalism -Brian Edwards, Revival - A people saturated with God Follow Amazon the Himalayas on: Twitter | Instagram | Facebook For more information on the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, go to sbts.edu For information on Boyce College, go to BoyceCollege.com
The team Dan Fraser, Jermayn Parker and Stephen East are all together as they attempt to go through almost two and a half months of comic reviews and news. As you can all probably assume, they failed so much, this podcast has been split into two. The first podcast will be the Frew comics which consist of four comics and 14 stories. The second part of the podcast will be out soon. The second part of the podcast will consist all the news, ongoing discussions on the Daily and Sunday stories as well as reviews from Fantomen, Regal, Shatki and Lion-Muthu by Mikael Lyck, Ankit Mitra and Seuj Abir. Until then, here are our reviews of the Frew comics so far for 2023.If your one of the phans who can only listen to some parts of the podcast, below is a timeline of what we discussed.Frew Publications Comics ReviewFrew #1935: 2 Minutes 30 Seconds"Pirates of the Abbey" by Pidde Andersson and Giancarlo Caracuzzo"Hello the Himalayas" by Tony DePaul and Mike ManleyFrew #1936: 25 Minutes"Woduro's Secret" by Claes Reimerthi and Graham Nolan"The Lion's Head Tamarine" by Claes Reimerthi and Graham Nolan"The War Mongers" by Claes Reimerthi and Graham Nolan"The Briefcase" by Claes Reimerthi and Graham Nolan"The Snake Goddess's Island" by Claes Reimerthi and Graham Nolan"Terror in Mawitaan" by Tony DePaul and Graham Nolan"The Sinbad Stone" by Graham NolanFrew #1937: 1 Hour 17 Minutes"The Seahorse part 1" by Lee Falk and Ray Moore"Queen Sansamor and the Sixth Man" by Lee Falk and Wilson McCoy"The Slave Traders" by Lee Falk and Ray MooreFrew #1938: 1 Hour 24 Minutes“The Ibis Mystery part 5” by Andrew Constant and Rafael Dantas“The Strange Day of the Witchmen pt1” by Shane FoleyYou can email us at email@example.com or chat with us via our social media profiles with your feedback at Facebook, Twitter and or Instagram. Would love some feedback on what we discussed on the podcast and on the following topics:Did any of your comics have smudging with the new quality paper?Did you notice the quality change of the paper?Did you like the new Ibis Mystery sequel?Would you like to see Shane Foley explore the 9th Phantom problem with him married to Vhatta and Flame?Did you enjoy the Graham Nolan stories and the annual? Would you like to see Frew release Volume two next year?Make sure you stay with us and do not forget to subscribe and leave a review on our podcast and or our YouTube Channel. Support the show
SEASON: 2 EPISODE: 8Episode Overview:Looking to sharpen your marketing message and cut through all the noise to win more clients? Are you winning the race for relevance? Your value proposition must be relevant to your prospects, or they won't give you the time of day. It's not your prospect's job to figure out your value to them. It's your job to develop and communicate your value in a way that will resonate with your ideal clients. To help us understand what we need to do to maintain our relevance is author, speaker, and coach, Bill Cates.Guest Bio: Bill Cates is an internationally recognized client-acquisition expert, author, and speaker who motivates others to take action with proven strategies.A successful entrepreneur, Bill started and sold two book publishing companies. Turning his attention to help other businesses grow, Bill has written four best-selling books: Get More Referrals Now, Don't Keep Me a Secret, Beyond Referrals and Radical Relevance.Bill has delivered his business-growth message to over 300,000 professionals, small business owners, and salespeople across 5 continents; helping them increase revenue without increasing their marketing budget.Bill is the host of the widely acclaimed Top Advisor Podcast (www.TopAdvisorPodcast.com)Bill Cates' client-acquisition system has been featured in such publications as Success Magazine, Entrepreneur Magazine, Selling Power, the Huffington Post and The Wall Street Journal. And his own business success has been featured in Money Magazine.Bill was inducted into the Professional Speakers Hall of Fame in 2010 (182 living members worldwide). So you can expect an engaging and interactive session with relevant, business-growth content, high energy, and a little bit of fun.Bill is also somewhat of an adventurer. He has trekked through the Himalayas of Nepal and the Andes of Peru. He has lived on a houseboat in Kashmir India, climbed Machu Pichu, reached the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro, camped in Arctic Circle… and Bill has toured the country as the drummer in a rock and roll band.The most important thing for you to know is that thousands of businesses and professionals are using Bill's system to attract a steady flow of Right-Fit Clients™.Resource Links:Website: www.ReferralCoach.comProduct Link: www.RadicalRelevanceBook.comInsight Gold Timestamps:02:44 Radical relevance begins with a total shift in mindset03:50 The biggest mistake that so many people make 05:26 Create movement, create action07:56 A right-fit client10:43 Challenge #2 is inertia13:10 The neuroscience of relevance15:38 Cognitive fluency19:24 If you want clients to follow your suggestions….20:38 One of the biggest ways to build trust, is just to be authentic and not be greedy25:48 Human connection through the words you use27:00 Value is in the eyes of the beholder30:44 Tell me more….32:30 Caryn Kopp - Biz Dev Done Right34:31 How important is the story?34:36 Client focused why37:12 Your prospects/clients aren't mind readers39:46 The Language of ReferralsConnect Socially:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/billcates/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ReferralCoachTwitter:
Cryptid Queens treks across the massive mountains of Asia to cover the ghosts of Nepalese folklore and the most famous cryptid ever!
Scott Talmage is an accomplished outdoorsmen, alpinist, and all-around fun guy. He is also owner of endeavor brewing (and spirits) here in Columbus Ohio. We sit down and talk to Scott about winter hiking in the Himalayas, his most dangerous hiking encounters, brewing beer and spirits, upcoming hiking plans, and how covid has effected everything. We had a great time talking Scott - thanks for BSing! Please check out endeavor brewing in Columbus https://endeavorbrewing.com/
For the Love of Yoga with Nish the Fish
In Non-Dual Shaivism (paramadvaya) the word "shiva" doesn't always refer to the blue fella sitting atop a tiger skin mat meditating in the Himalayas. While "shiva" literally means "blessing" or "auspicious", the word "Shiva" in this context comes closer in meaning to Satchidananda Brahman, which means pure, Formless Awareness...but with a few nuances! In order to show how the Satchidananda Shiva of Tantra differs in some respects from the Satchidananda Brahman of the Vedas, we first have a discussion about Consciousness Itself (Shiva) and demonstrate what exactly makes it "shiva", a blessing. In what sense is Consciousness and Bliss the same? In this lecture, we make the claim that the more aware you are, the happier you feel since Happiness Itself is intrinsic to Awareness Itself. Ultimately, the Saguna Sakara form of Shiva as the God of Meditation/Renunciation (the blue fella on the tiger skin mat) is nothing other than the Nirguna Nirakara form of Shiva and Formless Awareness. In a different lecture, we'll demonstrate this claim. For now, we'll continue to dwell on the Formless aspect some more which is at the heart of Non-dual Shaivism. Next week while we're on the topic of Formless aspect of Shiva, we will have a discussion about how this Formless Awareness is playful. Lord Shiva, that is, the very Awareness that you yourself are, by which you are made aware of all the varied phenomena of your life, performs 5 divine acts in His sacred dance: Creation, Maintenance, Preservation, Self-Revelation and Self Concealment. It's almost as if Consciousness, in a spirit of play, manifested Itself as a world in order to play hide and seek in. This is one of the foundational ideas that is unique to Non-Dual Shaivism (Paramadvaya/ Advaita Shaiva Darshana) and we'll take it up in earnest in the next class.This the second lecture in our new series exploring foundational concepts in Kashmir Shaivism. Lectures happen live every Monday at 7pm PST. There's Q&A from 8-10pm PST right after.It is free and open to the public. All are welcome!Use this link and I will see you there:https://www.zoom.us/j/7028380815For more videos, guided meditations and instruction and for access to our lecture library, visit me at:https://www.patreon.com/yogawithnishTo get in on the discussion and access various spiritual materials, join our Discord here: https://discord.gg/U8zKP8yMrMSupport the show
Solid Rock Personal Training Podcast
Hey Rockers! As most of you know, Coach Gabe went on a trek in the Himalayas last year to do some bible distribution! Noah was the leading of that team & found himself in Norman , Oklahoma earlier this week! In the podcast today, Coach Gabe and Noah talk about the Trek, what the ministry does on a day to day basis when they aren't trekking and what's in store for the future of this ministry! To listen to the podcast, click on the link in our bio now!
Grit. What is it? I can't talk about grit without talking about Angela Duckworth's book: Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance.In the book, she explores the question: Why do some people succeed and why do others fail? The answer is not talent, but GRIT...which is a combination of passion and perseverance for a singular goal.In this episode, we chat about:
Figures such as Saint Patrick, Columba, and Columbanus, may be familiar to us, especially in Western contexts, but what impact did these figures make on the Church during their lives? Our guest today is Dr. Michael A. G. Haykin, professor of church history & biblical spirituality at Southern Seminary. Tune into to this episode to hear how Ireland, Scotland, and the surrounding areas were reached with the Gospel. Questions addressed in this episode: -In what ways did the geography (not being in mainland Europe) impact the Celtic Mission efforts positively or negatively? -Are there any examples of women being actively engaged in Celtic mission efforts? -A word of encouragement to missionaries working in Irish and Scottish contexts today? Books mentioned in this episode -St. Patrick of Ireland: A Biography. Philip Freeman. -The Celtic Church in Britain. Leslie Hardinge. Follow Amazon the Himalayas on: Twitter | Instagram | Facebook For more information on the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, go to sbts.edu For information on Boyce College, go to BoyceCollege.com
Rianna is a multi-passionate serial entrepreneur living a nomadic life for the past 11 years. As a wilderness guide and nature-based coach, she organizes walking & hiking retreats for women who are (just like her) involuntarily childless, in which she takes them on a transformative journey so that they can start creating a life they love again, despite not having what they want the most. From walking the Camino de Santiago in Spain, and hiking the Appalachian Trail in the USA, to watching the sunrise in the Himalayas. Rianna believes that travel and adventure can be incredibly therapeutic and empowering, and she wants to create opportunities for other childless women to connect with each other, push their limits, and find solace in nature. Guest Links- https://www.riannahijlkema.com/retreats https://www.instagram.com/riannahijlkema/ Connect with Anna, aka Mud Butt, at firstname.lastname@example.org You can find the Trail Dames at: Our website: https://www.traildames.com The Summit: https://www.traildamessummit.com The Trail Dames Foundation: https://www.tdcharitablefoundation.org Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/traildames/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/traildames/ Hiking Radio Network: https://hikingradionetwork.com/ Hiking Radio Network on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hikingradionetwork/ Music provided for this Podcast by The Burns Sisters "Dance Upon This Earth" https://www.theburnssisters.com
Don't Wait For Your Wake Up Call!
In this episode, Verdell shares her powerful story of how losing her mother led her on a journey of finding her on passion and purpose into a field of health and wellness. Verdell uses touch therapy, somatic experiences and more in her work to help the body get out of it's “dis-ease” and back into health. Verdell does readings for you, that will show exactly what your bodies needs from an energetic perspective, she is the translator for you, so that you can understand what your body is trying to ask for, and her message is don't wait until things get really bad, if you aren't feeling well, start to seek support to understand what your body needs now!Free Gift: I would love to offer the first 10 listeners 50% off their first session with me (in-person or virtual).Your Guided Health Journey Membershiphttps://yourguidedhealthjourney.com/membership-programs/Health Kickstart Program:https://yourguidedhealthjourney.com/health-kick-start-detox/Linktree: https://linktr.ee/yourguidedhealthjourneyAbout the Guest:Verdell helps people to regain hope while helping them to heal with Feldenkrais Method, Somatic Experiencing, Somatic Touch and Body Readings (frequency work). She oozes compassion and empathy for those suffering and is constantly reinforcing that humans are not meant to suffer or live in pain. As an unwavering optimist, she believes every human has the innate ability to heal even from the most traumatic events or stressful experiences in life. Over her years in practice, she has witnessed miracles, individuals healing from what individuals believed was unfathomable, and their life sentence. Most recently Verdell Jessup is creating a name for herself working with individuals who have been injured by a vaccine whom are suffering from Myocardia and Pericardia and varying degrees of peripheral neuropathy or Ischemia. In addition, with individuals debilitated by long haul Covid symptoms. Verdell has a gift with touch, and is able to locate the area of the body needing the most support and start to organically repair the damage which was done or to help forge new neural pathways.Her empathetic nature allows her to provide unshakeable support to help all painful and terrifying experiences. She creates a safe container when we are all yearning for connection and just to be held to provide nervous system regulation. She is passionate about helping individuals to heal developmental trauma so that we can begin to repair early ruptures, which occurred prior to the acquisition of language. Some homes were stressful and our nervous systems did not get the healthy attunement and safe attachment which every human deserves.She has spoken and taught Nervous System First Aid at Canadian Mountain Holiday (CMH) guide training. She was hosted on CJFC Kamloops, and Verdell may be best known for her podcast with Deandra Dey Therapy - I HAVE MY REASONS-S02EP02(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lfnat2-wGCk). Her most recent podcast with Blair Kaplan Venables – Radical Resilience (https://www.amplifyounetwork.com/show/radical-resilience/healing-your-body-with-verdell-jessup/)She has extensive experience working and volunteering around the world teaching, which includes her time at the Health Environment and Literacy in the Himalayas where...
For thousands of years, the same yellow sun has risen over the vast collection of people that we have come to call India in the last century. The term country doesn't seem to capture it. Twenty-eight states — more like Twenty-eight countries — with many traditions, languages, and styles stretching over a geography that varies from the soaring Himalayas to the steamy Bay of Bengal. And yet, within this riot of colour and culture, one building has come to represent India to the world — the Taj Mahal. Today, we will journey into this magnificent masterpiece and discover the magnificent lesson this great building contains. A lesson it shares with the greatest book the world has ever known.
A Pinch of Pixie Dust: The Podcast
Happy Fun Fact February everyone! In this week's episode, we discuss what we learned about one of Animal Kingdom's most thrilling rides, Expedition Everest! We hope you will join us for our journey through the Himalayas!
The Early Church era is considered to be a time of exponential growth for the spread of Christianity. However, it is also a period known for intense persecution. How do these two things go hand-in-hand? In this episode, Dr. Paul Akin is interviewed about the state of missions in the Early Church. Some questions addressed in this episode: -What impact did persecution and suffering have on the early church? -“In that age, every Christian was a missionary…” -Foxes Book of Martyrs…can you speak some to the public witness of Christians in that era? -What impact did the conversion of Constantine have on the mission of the early church? Books mentioned in this episode: -Foxe's Book of Martyrs. John Foxe. -The Patient Ferment of the Early Church: The Improbable Rise of Christianity in the Roman Empire. Alan Kreider. -Encountering the History of Missions. John Mark Terry. Follow Amazon the Himalayas on: Twitter | Instagram | Facebook For more information on the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, go to sbts.edu For information on Boyce College, go to BoyceCollege.com
Into the Woods with Holly Worton
I'm excited to invite this week's guest back on the show! Susan is an online friend of mine, and she's been on the show twice before to talk about her adventures. First, we discussed the Valley of Flowers and then the Camino Inglés. Now she's back to talk about a 40-year dream she had that she finally fulfilled. One of the things I love about Susan's adventures is that she talks and writes about lesser-known places and routes, so I get to learn about new places. I hope you find this episode inspiring! Susan is a great example of someone who dreamt of a very specific adventure, and made it happen. About Susan Jagannath Susan Jagannath successfully combined a passion for reading, a love of writing and a fascination for technology, to create a career in technical writing. With over 60 technical manuals (not) to her name, she finally decided to use her writing and publishing skills for herself and publish her own books independently. To her mild surprise, her very niche books went bestseller regularly, that's when she realised she had a system that could help others write and publish as well. As an army brat and then military wife, her life included seven different schools, three universities and a couple of emergency evacuations from conflict zones. Travel and adventure were normal parts of life. She now believes in seizing every opportunity to have a new adventure, especially post-pandemic. Whether it's camping on the beach in Australia, trekking in the Himalayas, kayaking in Queensland, whitewater rafting down the Ganges, or walking the Camino in Spain, her philosophy is to pack it into one or two weeks to create memories for a lifetime, (and disconnect from television and computer games). Susan is now on the next adventure of her life, traveling post-pandemic, helping corporate escapees write their first bestseller, and learning to be an awesome grandmother. What You'll Learn How Susan fulfilled a 40-year dream about adventure in the Himalayas Why you might want to plan your own Himalayan trip Susan's top tips for visiting Sandakphu and Kanchenjunga Related Episodes 490 Holly Worton – How Bad Do You Want It? Finding Motivation For Your Adventures 480 Holly Worton ~ Making Your Adventures Non-Negotiable 485 Marie-Pier Tremblay ~ How To Go After Big Dreams And Adventures, Even When You Think It's Impossible 403 Susan Jagannath ~ Adventures on the Camino Inglés (now with downloadable transcript!) 391 Susan Jagannath ~ Hiking the Valley of Flowers in the Himalayas (now with downloadable transcript!)
What if paradise was real? But, instead of searching and traveling a journey to the far ends of the earth to find it, you could touch it at any moment, in any place, no matter how amazing or awful the setting or circumstance. And what if paradise or peace is something completely different than this all-perfect place or feeling a lot of us believe it to be? What if that feeling we so yearn to experience, is here and now, dead center in our lives of complexity and paradox? And, we just had to know what to do to feel it?Today's guest, Pico Iyer, has spent much of his life searching, living, and listening for insight and answers to life's big questions. A full-time writer and essayist since 1982, Pico's insightfulness and quest for meaning have led him to places and people all across the world. From Iran to North Korea, from the Dalai Lama's Himalayas to the ghostly temples of Japan. He has shared his travels and lessons learned in his 15 books on subjects ranging from the Dalai Lama to globalism and the Cuban Revolution to Islamic mysticism. In our conversation, Pico and I dive deeper into his story and the events in his life that have led him to some powerful revelations that he shares in his latest book, The Half-Known Life: In Search of Paradise. We talk about some key ideas that make up a good life of peace, happiness and meaning. Pico opens up about the losses, opportunities, and, often, paradoxical feelings and experiences that helped him find paradise here on Earth. You can find Pico at: WebsiteIf you LOVED this episode you'll also love the conversations we had with Robert Thurman about meaning, Buddhism, and life.Check out our offerings & partners: My New Book SparkedMy New Podcast SPARKED: We're looking for special guest “wisdom-seekers” to share the moment you're in, then pose questions to Jonathan and the Sparked Braintrust to be answered, “on air.” To submit your “moment & question” for consideration to be on the show go to sparketype.com/submit. Visit Our Sponsor Page For Great Resources & Discount CodesPeloton: Access high-energy workouts, instantly. Discover Peloton: streaming fitness classes to you live and on-demand. New Members who choose monthly billing get a 30-day free trial, or choose annual billing and get 12 months of Membership for the price of 10. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dee Flower made her dreams come true over her life. Her book, "Where The Wind Wills," tells her story of visiting over 40 countries on six continents and embracing cultural differences while seeing all humanity as one tribe.Dee shares why it's never too late to live the life you have dreamed about and how patience is the solid force necessary for waiting for the opportunities to show up for you to grab them.Also on Speaking of Travel, Kaye Bentley, founder of Asheville Rooftop Bar Tours, has a passion for her town and its history. And bringing people together. Find out why taking a tour provides the opportunity to learn about the destination and the culture.Tune in to these wonderful conversations! Thanks for listening to Speaking of Travel! Visit speakingoftravel.net for travel tips, travel stories and so much more.
दक्षिण भारत की ज़्यादातर नदियाँ पूर्व की और क्यों बहती है? कन्याकुमारी स्थित विवेकानंद मेमोरियल रॉक भूविज्ञान के नज़रिये से इतना ख़ास क्यों है? और क्लाइमेट चेंज को रोकने में गंगा नदी का क्या महत्व है? ऐसे ही कुछ अटपटे सवालों और उनके दिलचस्प जवाबों से भरी आज की पुलियाबाज़ी बायोकेमिस्ट और लेखक प्रणय लाल के साथ। Join us on this conversation on India's Deep Natural History with biochemist and author of the book ‘Indica' Pranay Lal. #puliyabaazi #Indica For more: Indica: A Deep Natural History of the Indian Subcontinent by Pranay Lal https://a.co/d/hTNEbYD Watch the Best of Puliyabaazi 2022:https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRvXciEh5eJ3s6bPcxSTbXTNj30-fzDYV&si=EnSIkaIECMiOmarE Write to us at email@example.com Hosts: @saurabhchandra @pranaykotas @thescribblebeePuliyabaazi is on these platforms:Twitter: @puliyabaazi Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/puliyabaazi/Subscribe & listen to the podcast on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Castbox, AudioBoom, YouTube, Spotify or any other podcast app. Related episodes: Ep 99 सच की खोज: एक Archaeologist से मुलाक़ात ft. Disha Ahluwaliahttps://youtube.com/watch?v=TSdVk4AkolM&si=EnSIkaIECMiOmarEArthashashtra Part 1: साम, दाम, भेद, दंड से परे ft. Kajari Kamalhttps://youtube.com/watch?v=pmJqMu-6Qm8&si=EnSIkaIECMiOmarE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this season of Amazon to the Himalayas, we are going to be focusing on the history of Christian missions. How has the gospel spread since the founding of the church? We are kicking off this season with a look at missions during the Apostolic era with our guest, Dr. Rob Plummer, the Collin and Evelyn Aikman Professor of Biblical Studies at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Some of the questions addressed in this episode: -The mission strategy of Paul and other early Christian missionaries. - Is the book of Acts more prescriptive or descriptive regarding mission strategy? -Why is learning the Greek language important for aspiring missionaries today? The books mentioned in this episode: -Paul's Missionary Methods: In His Time and Ours. Robert L. Plummer & John Mark Terry (Editors). -Early Christian Mission (2 Volume Set). Eckhard J. Schnabel. -The Lost Letters of Pergamum: A Story from the New Testament World. Bruce W. Longenecker. -Theology of Mission: A Concise Biblical Theology. J.D. Payne. -Paul's Understanding of the Church's Mission (Paternoster Biblical Monographs). Robert L. Plummer. -Paul the Missionary: Realities, Strategies and Methods. Eckhard J. Schnabel. Follow Amazon the Himalayas on: Twitter | Instagram | Facebook For more information on the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, go to sbts.edu For information on Boyce College, go to BoyceCollege.com
The Long Distance Love Bombs Podcast
David Gandelman is a spiritual teacher, author, and guide whose mission is to awaken souls on their path of becoming human and living an enlightened, purpose-driven life. He is the founder of the Meditation School app and host of the Meditation School, Energy Matters, and Grounded Sleep podcasts. His meditations have been streamed millions of times. He has taught at Cornell University, NBC Universal, SAP, and numerous other organizations. David is also a top-ten teacher on Insight Timer. David holds a B.A. in Western philosophy from Rutgers University, which, combined with his studies in Eastern spiritual traditions living in the Himalayas, as well as his experience as the director of a school for intuitive development and mysticism in Hawaii, informs a teaching style that connects energetic experience, ancient wisdom traditions, and humor to create a safe atmosphere for people interested in learning to meditate and develop into their potential. Learn more about his meditation school and the Meditation Teacher Training Certification: https://www.meditationschool.us/a/2147524067/qwkc32SG Listen to his meditations on Insight Timer: https://insighttimer.com/groundedmind Check his book out here: https://www.meditationschool.us/the-seven-energies-of-the-soul Find his Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/david_gandelman ___________________________________ Follow Jeremy on Instagram @LongDistanceLoveBombs: https://www.instagram.com/longdistancelovebombs Looking for a heartfelt gift? Visit Jeremy's print shop here: https://www.longdistancelovebombs.com/theshop Sign up for Jeremy's weekly newsletter! Each week, I share a personal story and my favorite books, tunes, articles, and ideas. Click here: https://longdistancelovebombs.mykajabi.com/email. It's easy and takes five seconds. Check out a list of 100 of Jeremy's favorite books here, including many his guests have written and recommend reading: https://www.amazon.com/shop/longdistancelovebombs. Here is all of Jeremy's favorite stuff on the planet: https://www.longdistancelovebombs.com/favorites --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/longdistancelovebombs/message
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Lisa Thompson has climbed 14 mountains in the last 14 years. She has reached the seven highest summits on each continent, scaled many mountains in the Himalayas, and in 2018 she became the second American woman to climb the treacherous K2 in Pakistan.Connect with Lisa: Website Alpine Athletics Instagram Purchase Lisa's new book, Finding Elevation Resources: Check out REI's Re/Supply program
Stuff They Don't Want You To Know
It's a story you might not have heard much about in the global west. While the world has eyes on the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine, another international border may be on the brink of exploding into open war. For decades the nuclear-capable nations of China and India have quietly been waging a dispute high in the Himalayas -- a conflict fought with sticks, stones and hand-to-hand combat to determine a border. Problem is, neither side ever agreed to a border in the first place. Instead, they call it the "Line of Actual Control." Tune in to learn more.They don't want you to read our book.: https://static.macmillan.com/static/fib/stuff-you-should-read/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Himalayas is one of the most expansive and storied regions in the world. It's also a place that we're hugely dependent on, providing billions of people with fresh water. Because of its significance, civilisations throughout history have sought to conquer it. What forces have exerted control over 'The Roof of the World'? And what is it about this place that has fascinated outsiders for centuries? Dan speaks with John Keay, journalist and author of Himalaya: Exploring the Roof of the World to explore the intersections of culture, society and nature that makeup one of the world's last great wildernesses.Produced by Mariana Des Forges and edited by Dougal Patmore.If you'd like to learn more, we have hundreds of history documentaries, ad-free podcasts and audiobooks at History Hit - subscribe to History Hit today!Download the History Hit app from the Google Play store.Download the History Hit app from the Apple Store. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Chris Demarais and Gustavo Sorola uncover what caused Thai Airways International Flight 311 to cause the tragic crash deep in the Himalayan mountains. Find out what happened on this episode of Black Box Down. Find us on social media and buy our merch here! https://linktr.ee/BlackBoxDownPod Go to blackboxdownpod.com to support us directly! This episode brought to you by Smart News, Download SmartNews for free today in the app store to get the news that matters most https://www.smartnews.com/en/app Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices