Would it shock you to consider the possibility that we are being conditioned to fear free speech? Jonathan Turley says politicians want us to believe that they are moving to protect us from unhealthy reading choices. Shows like mine are there for the benefit of those who have become aware of how we are being systematically manipulated and stripped of our freedoms. With that awareness comes a responsibility to be informed. Art Carden has a thought-provoking essay that asks, can you even be an "informed" citizen? It's tempting to shrug off the U.S. Dept of Justice mobilizing its resources to make sure parents don't upset school board members or make educational bureaucrats feel unvalidated. But it's a huge red flag for anyone paying attention. C. Bradley Thompson says it's a declaration of war against the rights of parents to oversee their child's education. With all the political conflict that surrounds us, it's curious that more people don't recognize how political power has become little more than the power to bully others. Kent McManigal spells out how our preferred problem-solver is, by far, the greatest problem creator in existence. Dr. Shanon Brooks from Monticello College joins me to talk about the Marine Corps Lt. Col. who is currently paying a high price for speaking out about the costly mistakes made in the process of leaving Afghanistan. We also discuss the emerging new economy and why it's so essential to create your own business. In the grand scheme of things, the revamping of Superman as a bisexual character may not be the gravest threat we face. Even so, it's a good indicator of how we're expected to believe that everything that came before us was wrong. It also makes for a lively discussion with British commentator and Young Voices contributor Connor Tomlinson. Paul Rosenberg always has a principled and insightful take on current events. His latest column tackles the subject of rules versus righteousness. He points out how simply following rules is not the same thing as choosing to be righteous in our actions. This may be a tough idea for some to contemplate but it's a difference worth understanding. Click here to become a Sponsor: Monticello College Lifesaving Food (use the coupon code "HYDE" at checkout for a 20% discount) The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Leave me a voice message with your feedback
“For years I was referring to myself as a Swiss Army Knife of talent,” says Jennica McCleary. Artists often say, “and then one thing led to another,” but what does that mean? Jennica McCleary is a Bette Midler impersonator based in Orland, Florida. Her incredible story of how she became Walt Disney World's go-to Winnifred Sanderson is an inspirational one for the ages. Also getting the blessing from the bombastic, austentatious, and Divine Miss M ain't so bad either. “Honey, if you sing -- you'll make money. Good luck,” says Midler to McCleary. McCleary is an actress, burlesque performer, producer, and Bette Midler impersonator who also happened to survive Breast Cancer. A hard worker, McCleary found herself more upset at having to cancel or reschedule gigs in order to get treatment. What are the lessons in this? How does this help an artist take time for themselves and discover what's important? What are the expectations we put on ourselves? Her Winnie Sanderson is the gift that keeps on giving -- and it's all because McCleary showed up to an audition she knew she was perfect for. In this episode, we hear an UNHEARD story of how the casting process with Disney works. We also unpack the importance of being specific with one's career, even with choosing which auditions to attend. Plus, we dish on rumors regarding Hocus Pocus 2! “Being a mimic is hard,” says McCleary. “There's expectations that people have. There's expectations that people have with Winifred. And you've got to find the way to make who you are as a performer work in that while still giving them those nuances that they want.” That's not it -- McCleary is bringing her show Winnie's Rock Cauldron Cabaret to The Green Room 42 in NYC for an incredible and highly anticipated Halloween celebration on October 31st at 7pm and 9:30pm. This performance is going to be epic, so make sure you buy tickets at https://thegreenroom42.venuetix.com/show/details/NZG2rfezEBrSrVmMKxTm/1635721200000 A classically trained Singer/Dancer/Actor who also dabbles in Burlesque, Wig Design, and Choreography, Jennica McCleary is best known for her work as a Bette Midler Tribute artist. In addition to her self-produced shows Divine Deception and Winnie's Rock Cauldron Cabaret, Jennica originated Winifred Sanderson at Disney's Magic Kingdom production ‘Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular' 2015. Her Regional Theatre credits include Fun Home, Jekyll & Hyde, Sweeney Todd, and Cabaret. Jennica has also worked with Legends in Concert and Pattycake Productions, and been seen on The Freeform Network, MTV, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and Comedy Central's Upright Citizen's Brigade. Bette Midler Tribute Artist, Jennica McCleary, originated Winifred Sanderson at Disney's Magic Kingdom production ‘Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular' 2015 (a now viral video) in Orlando, FL. She has worked with Legends in Concert and Pattycake Productions and has been featured MTV, VH1, Entertainment Tonight. She was also featured in The Hocus Pocus 25th Anniversary Bash on Freeform as well as Freeform's Halloween Road. She is thrilled to have conjured Winnie's Rock Cauldron Cabaret, a fan-fiction style concert, while battling breast cancer, to celebrate everyone's inner magical badass witch. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Len celebrates his sister's first published work in Queens Who Defied The Odds. The Men share interesting thoughts about Us and get into a fun Versus debate about KRS-One, Big Daddy Kane, Duke Ellington, James Brown and more. Somehow Bing Crosby slips into the conversation about the movie roadmap for The Road to 300 just before (42:17-ish) getting into their review of Dr. Black, Mr. Hyde. Queens Who Defied The Odds is available everywhere books are sold. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Getting stranded as the result of a walk-off of pilots and air traffic controllers may be inconvenient for anyone who is trying to travel. But the great Southwest Airlines rebellion is cause for celebration says Ron Paul. I would gladly suffer inconvenience in order to see our mandate-happy overlords' demands thwarted. And I just bought airline tickets last week. It's getting harder to give our federal overlords the benefit of the doubt. Especially when those at the top of our national government seem determined to punish all dissent against their current power grab. Max Morton spells out how working class Americans are considered a threat to the power of their government. Paul Rosenberg's essays are a worthwhile read for anyone who is tired of all the bad news. One of my favorites is an essay he penned more than 8 years ago about the beauty and dignity of the productive class. This one will make you appreciate the people whose creativity blesses our lives in ways we often overlook. While drunken sailors look on in astonishment at our government's trillion dollar out of control spending habits, politicians are floating the idea that the IRS should know about any time more than $600 passes through your hands. Jeff Thomas has a warning about the future of direct taxation. Click here to become a Sponsor: Monticello College Lifesaving Food (use the coupon code "HYDE" at checkout for a 20% discount) The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Leave me a voice message with your feedback
I'm grateful for friends and fellow heretics like Eric Peters from Eric Peters Autos. Eric stops by each week for a reality-based conversation on current events and to explore how to maintain our freedom while living in clown world. We've had a solid year and a half to evaluate how the various mandates, lockdowns and other official responses to Covid have panned out. We know what works and what doesn't. Joakim Book notes the security theatre will likely continue since public health officials simply cannot admit they were wrong and will not loosen their grip on power. We are seeing the very beginnings of a global supply chain breakdown. If you've found yourself wondering why so many container ships are anchored or drifting just offshore instead of being unloaded, Peter C. Earle has a very detailed explanation. The doldrums in which they're stranded aren't the product of nature, they're a consequence of power being mindlessly exercised. Click here to become a Sponsor: Monticello College Lifesaving Food (use the coupon code "HYDE" at checkout for a 20% discount) The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Leave me a voice message with your feedback
In this edition of the Peristyle Podcast Coach Harvey Hyde and Ryan Abraham are going through what has seemed like a weekly routine lately, talking about yet another historic loss in the Coliseum for the USC Trojans. This time USC fell to Utah 42-26, the first win for the Utes in Los Angeles against the Trojans since 1916, a span of 105 years. Coach Hyde gives his thoughts on what went wrong for the Trojans, how the coaches have failed to put the players in the best position to win and if the players have quit on this team. Please review, rate and subscribe to the Peristyle Podcast on Apple Podcasts! The best 5-star review each week will get a $50 Trader Joe's gift card! Make sure you check out USCFootball.com for complete coverage of this USC Trojan football team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Just how crazy are things getting? It's gonna take me the better part of today's show to illustrate how detached we've become from reality. Here's a good video clip to set the stage: A 16 year old Wyoming high school student is arrested as her school is put on lockdown because she wouldn't mask up. This program exists, in part, as an alternative to the official propaganda that is beating on our awareness 24/7. Caitlin Johnstone has two excellent articles on the matter that are worth your attention. One discusses how the science of propaganda is still being developed and advanced. The other zeroes in on how many of our problems are based in us-versus-them propaganda. The ongoing spectacle of empty shelves in our grocery stores is getting harder to ignore. Even if we're starting to get used to it. Now is a great time to start focusing on how to address the need to provide for our necessities by creating a workaround. Aden Tate has an excellent article on the 6 components of creating an American Free Market Network. This may be one of the most important things you read this week. As our society increasingly coalesces into two separate realities, those of us who will not compromise our principles would be wise to begin building networks of those who share our values. Doug Casey has a great take on the rise of phyles and like-minded communities and why you need to find one right now. The pressure to submit to the the growing medical tyranny is intensifying. The folks who have been wrong about nearly every draconian measure imposed over the past 20 months aren't about to admit they were wrong. Max Borders explains how Frontline Doctors are standing up to authoritarian public health officials and why we owe them a debt of gratitude. The only folks who have any right to utter the words "because I said so" are parents. And even then, they should use those words sparingly. Judge Andrew Napolitano reminds us that politicans, bureaucrats and other officials don't get to make up rules as they go. The judge offers a brief history of the law of personal privacy and bodily integrity. Free speech isn't just a good idea, it's essential to a free society. Unfortunately, as you may have noticed, there's a lot of effort underway these days to muzzle free speech in an effort to prevent unapproved ideas from reaching our minds. Larry Alton has the lowdown on how to reclaim our freedom of speech in a culture of censorship. Click here to become a Sponsor: Monticello College Lifesaving Food (use the coupon code "HYDE" at checkout for a 20% discount) The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Leave me a voice message with your feedback
A panel of leading Berkeley experts describe the harms of disinformation and potential solutions to its spread, from measures to strengthen old-school local news media to government regulation of tech titans like Facebook and Twitter. But there's a critical obstacle: Efforts to directly block disinformation could challenge core American values, such as free speech and freedom of the press. Scholars in the panel: Geeta Anand, dean of Berkeley Journalism; Erwin Chemerinsky, dean of Berkeley Law; Hany Farid, associate dean and head of the School of Information; Susan D. Hyde, chair of the Department of Political Science; john powell, director of the Othering & Belonging Institute; and moderator Henry Brady, former dean of the Goldman School of Public Policy. Listen to the episode and read a transcript on Berkeley News. (Photo: Joe Flood via Flickr; Music: "Silver Lanyard" by Blue Dot Sessions) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In today's episode I'm talking about law firm PTSD - which can be defined as that very tricky, undiagnosed mental health disorder that is seen when we are dealing with a new employee who's come into our company and is still suffering the effects of their residuals from their previous employer. Now I know a lot of you have had experiences where you bring in a new employee and you're really excited to work with them as soon as they come in. But pretty soon in the process, you start to see some pretty unnerving behaviors, right? You start to see that the person is really jumpy or highly defensive, or the person seems to be terrified of doing anything without asking 15 different ways if they're doing the right thing. I want you to consider that there are a lot of things that can cause that level of distress in a person. We're going to talk about what some of those are. But for the most part, I want you to just give yourselves the gift of saying that how these people move in the world, what their experience is when they first come into your business is something that you can respond to in a way that gives them a better experience and increases the likelihood that they will stay with you as an employee. In this episode we discuss: Strategies to deal with a new employee who's come into your company still suffering the effects of their residuals from a previous employer. Shifting some of those feelings of PTSD. Giving your new employee time to adapt and heal. The importance of not taking anything personally. How having a positive mindset will help you work with any PTSD law firm employee. Allison Bio: Allison C. Williams, Esq., is Founder and Owner of the Williams Law Group, LLC, with offices in Short Hills and Freehold, New Jersey. She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, is Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Matrimonial Law Attorney and is the first attorney in New Jersey to become Board-Certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy in the field of Family Law. Ms. Williams is an accomplished businesswoman. In 2017, the Williams Law Group won the LawFirm500 award, ranking 14th of the fastest growing law firms in the nation, as Ms. Williams grew the firm 581% in three years. Ms. Williams won the Silver Stevie Award for Female Entrepreneur of the Year in 2017. In 2018, Ms. Williams was voted as NJBIZ's Top 50 Women in Business and was designated one of the Top 25 Leading Women Entrepreneurs and Business Owners. In 2019, Ms. Williams won the Seminole 100 Award for founding one of the fastest growing companies among graduates of Florida State University. In 2018, Ms. Williams created Law Firm Mentor, a business coaching service for lawyers. She helps solo and small law firm attorneys grow their business revenues, crush chaos in business and make more money. Through multi-day intensive business retreats, group and one-to-one coaching, and strategic planning sessions, Ms. Williams advises lawyers on all aspects of creating, sustaining and scaling a law firm business – and specifically, she teaches them the core foundational principles of marketing, sales, personnel management, communications and money management in law firms. Contact Info: Book The Four Agreements- Don Miguel Ruiz Contact Law Firm Mentor: Scheduler: https://meetme.so/LawFirmMentor Snippets 00: 15: 30 (38 Seconds) Well, the one thing you would never want to do is to break that person's spirit, if you will, by becoming Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, right? You don't want to be one person all day, every day, and then as soon as that one person is tired of it and frustrated with whatever the employee did, you snap and you become someone else. Because that lack of consistency is going to say to them that the problem is much worse than they believed it to be, that whatever they have going on, they're now at greater risk.
Today’s Guests Ben Johnson – Media Reporter – Daily Wire & The Rights Writer Do most Americans oppose the Hyde amendment? No. In other news Ben lets us in on the untold story of the government’s harassment of Pro-lifers and the risks of the U.S. defaulting on its debts. John Purcell – Second Chance Business […] The post Majority of Americans Support the Hyde Amendment | Giving Released Felons Economic Opportunities appeared first on The Reconnect with Carmen | Engaging Culture from a Christian Worldview.
James Lankford, U.S. Senator from Oklahoma and member of the U.S. Senate Committee on Finance and the U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, discusses his newly introduced bill, the “Stop Vaccine Mandates Act,” and the chair of the House Progressive Caucus saying she won't vote for the reconciliation bill unless the Hyde amendment, which protects taxpayer dollars from funding abortions, is left out. Tommy Tuberville, U.S. Senator from Alabama, talks about his efforts to stop the dishonorable discharge of U.S. military servicemembers who decline the COVID vaccine and China sending 77 warplanes into Taiwan's defense zone over two days. Cathy Scheller, mother of Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller Jr., shares about her son's imprisonment after he criticized the Biden administration for its handling of the situation in Afghanistan. Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, Professor of Medicine at Stanford University, responds to those who say herd immunity “may never happen” and that a 90 percent vaccination rate is needed. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support
If you've questioned your sanity at any time during the past 20 months, it's time you learned the truth: the biggest battle being waged right now is the one for your mind. John Whitehead has some timely advice. He says to find freedom from fear, you've got to stop playing the government's mind games. One of the great things about gigantic, bloated $3.5 trillion spending bills is that you can hide a lot of favors in them for your friends and enablers. Adam Guilette shines a light on how hidden in the latest spending bill is a journalism "tax credit" that will make many members of the media paid agents of the state. Seems as though racism and climate change are the biggest problems facing humanity. Robert E. Wright has a recommendation to reduce both of them in one step. Take government out of the equation. Would hospitals really be firing medical personnel if this was an authentic pandemic and they were legitimately overwhelmed? Dr. Martin Kulldorff explains why hospitals should be hiring, not firing nurses with natural immunity. Sponsors: Monticello College Lifesaving Food (use the coupon code "HYDE" at checkout for a 20% discount) The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Leave me a voice message with your feedback
Eric Peters from Eric Peters Autos joins us to talk current events viewed through the lens of common sense. His take on luck vs. natural immunity is worth considering. A recent AP article featured a handful of doctors who say they're getting frustrated with people who question their recommendations. Of course, those recommendations are a mirror image of what government is demanding, so there is that. J.D. Tuccille explains how public health officials blew up their credibility and the rest of us are paying the price. Sponsors: Monticello College Lifesaving Food (use the coupon code "HYDE" at checkout for a 20% discount) The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Leave me a voice message with your feedback
In this edition of the Peristyle Podcast Coach Harvey Hyde and Ryan Abraham return to discuss the Trojans 37-14 win in Boulder over the Buffaloes. USC was able to bounce back after losing at home to Oregon State and is hopeful that an improved run game and explosive passing attack can carry through to next weekend's showdown with a well rested Utah squad. Please review, rate and subscribe to the Peristyle Podcast on Apple Podcasts! The best 5-star review each week will get a $50 Trader Joe's gift card! Make sure you check out USCFootball.com for complete coverage of this USC Trojan football team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We're starting up spooky season with Broadway's Gothic Thriller Musical! This show is chock full of adaptations and character changes and song changes and revivals and international recordings! Get ready for a roller coaster of gothic proportions!
A rash of horrific murders has terrorized London and baffled police. Newspaper reporter Bruce Adams finds one murder victim, a prominent doctor, while returning home from a pub. The next day, two American policemen, Slim and Tubby, who are studying London police methods, respond to brawl at a women's suffrage rally in Hyde Park. Reporter Adams, young suffragette Vicky Edwards, Slim, and Tubby are all caught up in the fray and wind up in jail. Vicky's guardian, Dr. Henry Jekyll, bails Vicky and Adams out, while Tubby and Slim are kicked off the police force. Unknown to anyone, however, Dr. Jekyll has developed an injectable serum which transforms him into Mr. Hyde -- the "monster" responsible for the recent murders. Dr. Jekyll, who is secretly in love with Vicky, notices Vicky's and Bruce's mutual attraction. He injects himself to transform once again into Hyde with the intent of murdering Adams.Meanwhile, Tubby and Slim realize that they must capture the monster in order to be reinstated on the police force. Walking down a street at night, Tubby spots Hyde (whom Slim at first mistakes for a burglar) and the boys trail him into a music hall where Vicky is performing and Adams is visiting. A chase ensues, and Tubby manages to trap Hyde inside a cell in a wax museum. However, by the time Tubby brings the police inspector, Adams and Slim to the scene, the monster has reverted to the respected Dr. Jekyll, and Tubby is once again rebuked by the police inspector. The "good" doctor, however, asks Slim and Tubby to escort him to his home. Once at Jekyll's home, Tubby and Slim snoop around and Tubby drinks a potion which transforms him into a large mouse. Slim and Tubby bring this news to the inspector, but the inspector refuses to believe them.Later, Vicky announces to Jekyll her intent to marry Adams, but Jekyll does not share her enthusiasm and transforms into Hyde right in front of her and attacks her. Adams, Slim and Tubby save her in the nick of time, but Hyde escapes. During the struggle, Jekyll's serum needle falls into a couch cushion, which Tubby accidentally falls onto, transforming him into a Hyde-like monster. Another madcap chase ensues, this time with Adams chasing Jekyll's monster and Slim pursuing Tubby's monster, since both believe they are after Jekyll. The police are frustrated and confused by reports of the monster seemingly being in multiple places at once.Adams' chase ends up back at Jekyll's home, where Hyde falls from an upstairs window to his death, then transforms to his true identity. Meanwhile, Slim brings Tubby, who is still in monster form, to the inspector's office. Tubby bites the inspector and four officers, then reverts to his true self. Before Slim and Tubby can be reprimanded, the inspector and the officers transform into monsters. Slim and Tubby dash through a wall and out of police headquarters.
It's been a year! thank you to everyone who listens and has stuck with me for a year. Because it's my favorite month I'm going to do something a little different and tell a longer story in multiple parts. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde has been a favorite since I was a wee child and I hope you enjoy this telling of it!The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde first published in 1886Robert Louis Stevenson - a brilliant Scottish author who wrote the classics - Treasure Island and Kidnapped and many more. (although today's story is my favorite of his works).Happy Spooky Season!Instagram - @marleys-ghostsTwitter - @GhostsMarleyemail - firstname.lastname@example.orgSleep Well!
The peaceful remedy to unjust laws is for a jury to nullify those laws when someone is being prosecuted for breaking them. Kirsten Tynan from the Fully Informed Jury Association has an excellent explanation of what jury nullification is and what it isn't. Taxing the rich is the path of least resistance for opportunistic politicians. However, as Kent McManigal notes, this practice also penalizes the productive and discourages them from creating value for others. As the global balance of power continues to shift, it's wise to keep an eye on what's happening geopolitically. Pat Buchanan zooms out to give us the details on the bigger picture. He says the eclipse of Europe has begun as power is shifting to Asia. People who don't know their history have more in common with a small child than they might realize. Both are dependent upon someone else to tell them what to think. Paul Rosenberg discovered the hidden side of history and shares what he learned about how history books are written. There's a lot of effort these days to punish and shame the non-compliant, especially when it comes to the Covid vaccine. Brandon Smith makes a strong case for red states to offer sanctuary to those businesses, military and medical personnel who will not comply. Sponsors: Monticello College Lifesaving Food (use the coupon code "HYDE" at checkout for a 20% discount) The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Leave me a voice message with your feedback
What mass media is saying about the results of the Arizona election audit isn't surprising. What's astonishing is how little they're saying. Michael Kimmet has some of the crucial information that the press is leaving out regarding the audit. This wasn't about trying to unseat Biden, it was about finding inconsistencies, irregularities and potential manipulation in the election. For a principled take on free speech and independent thought, it's hard to beat Jon Rappoport. His essay "Dangerous Speech vs. Free Speech; mobs of ignoramuses" is one of the best things you'll read this week. Most of us have been pretending that things are okay economically for a long time. But could our situation be reaching a critical mass? Charles Hugh Smith says the market crash that nobody thinks is possible is coming. Would you rather brace for impact or be blindsided? Sponsors: Monticello College Lifesaving Food (use the coupon code "HYDE" at checkout for a 20% discount) The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Leave me a voice message with your feedback
The Spinsters discuss The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and Van Helsing. They also discuss reading secret letters, gross babies, and the desecration of toasted cheese. Check us out at @clashyspinsters on Twitter and Instagram, or send us an email at email@example.com. Shout out to @robotjellyfish for our logo and Chris Marino for our jingle!
Has there ever been a time when the people burning books were on the right side of history? I only ask because YouTube is aggressively engaging in the outright censorship of any dissenting viewpoint on the Covid vaccine. Someone doesn't trust us to sort these ideas out and decide for ourselves. It sure seems as though many First World nations are combining the worst elements of "1984" with "Brave New World" with just a dash of "Fahrenheit 451" thrown in for fun. Doug Casey suggests 3 ways you can opt out of the rising insanity. They're well worth considering. A little humor makes it possible to get through tough times. JP Sears to the rescue! His latest video on 12 reasons NOT to speak up is well worth a few minutes of your time. Sponsors: Monticello College Lifesaving Food (use the coupon code "HYDE" at checkout for a 20% discount) The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Leave me a voice message with your feedback
It's not uncommon to hear people describe our current overlapping crises as being part of a massive psy-op being orchestrated by the people in power. Given how many of us are feeling the strain on our mental health lately, that raises some interesting questions. Robert Freudenthal warns that psychiatry will not save us from lockdown harm. In fact, it may become a useful tool for isolating the non-compliant. The videos and images coming out of Australia don't bode well for the future of freedom there. James Bolt says Zero Covid has torn Australia apart. He says the writing is on the wall for anyone who has the courage to raise their eyes: This isn't about learning how to safely live with a particular virus, it's about learning how to live under authoritarian rule. What trait do many of the greatest human beings who have ever lived have in common? All of them discovered who they were by running away for a time. Paul Rosenberg explains how facing the world on our own can be of pivotal importance in helping us learn who we really are. Sponsors: Monticello College Lifesaving Food (use the coupon code "HYDE" at checkout for a 20% discount) The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Leave me a voice message with your feedback
"FUNDING ABORTION In addition to restrictive state laws, the federal Hyde Amendment and subsequent federal and state laws banning public funding for abortion continue to limit access for low-income people, who are disproportionately women of color. Currently Medicaid covers abortion only in cases of rape, incest, or when the pregnant person's life is endangered by an illness, injury, or physical disorder. While the Hyde Amendment restricts state Medicaid programs from using federal funds to cover abortion outside the above circumstances, states can use their own funds to cover abortion. In 2020 sixteen states fund abortion services on the same terms as other pregnancy related health services, which means these states use their own funds to cover abortions in circumstances in addition to what the Hyde Amendment allows. Thirty-three states and the District of Columbia follow the federal standard and only provide abortions in the circumstances outlined in the Hyde Amendment. In 2017, over half of reproductive age women on Medicaid — 7.9 million women — lived in states that restrict abortion coverage. The Hyde amendment and its progeny have expanded in scope and currently also limit federal funding of abortion services for federal employees, women in the military and Peace Corps, American Indian and Alaskan native women who use the Indian Health Service, and women in federal prisons and immigration detention facilities. Currently, under the leadership of women of color organizations and their allies, activists are attempting to repeal Hyde and restore public funding for abortion health care. In a direct challenge to the Hyde Amendment, Congresswomen Barbara Lee (D-CA), Jan Schakowsky (D-IL), and Diane DeGette (D-CO), introduced the Each Woman Act in 2015 to ensure coverage of abortion for any person, regardless of how much she earns or the type of insurance she has. The All* Above All campaign unites organizations and individuals to lift the bans on public insurance coverage for abortions. Congress has also blocked foreign aid from covering or even providing information on abortion health care. The Helms Amendment — first passed in 1973 and named after the former ultra-conservative Senator Jesse Helms (R-N.C.) — bars the use of U.S. foreign aid funds to support abortion care. In 1984, Ronald Reagan instituted the Mexico City Policy, which came to be known as the “global gag rule.” Under this gag rule, foreign nongovernmental organizations that want to continue receiving any U.S. family planning funding must agree to stop providing abortion-related services or advocating for the expansion of abortion access, using any source of their funding. The global gag rule has been in place under Republican presidents since 1984, although repealed by every Democratic president. In 2017, Donald Trump expanded the global gag rule to apply to all U.S. global health assistance." --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/support
For our 50th episode, we welcome Broadway's Farah Alvin who breaks down her time as a "Hollywood" kid and her incredible Broadway journey! Little Me host and Broadway Workshop director, Marc Tumminelli sits down with his friend and collaborator Farah Alvin for a fantastic chat where they breakdown Farah's childhood performance career and so much more. Farah tells the Little Me audience about growing up in Hollywood and her very early days of playing nightclubs and gay bars, stopping the show with her amazing vocals! Farah shares backstage stories about performing for Bill Clinton at the Kennedy Center, recording the concept album of Frank Wildhorn's Jekyll and Hyde, being part of the MSG production of A Christmas Carol, making her Broadway debut in Grease!, working on I Love You Because, her upcoming album On Vinyl and her special connection to the iconic E.T. movie poster. Produced by Marc Tumminelli and The Broadway podcast Network Support Farah Alvin's upcoming album On Vinyl Follow Farah on Instagram FarahAlvin.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The value of becoming a life-long learner is immense. Instilling solid learning habits at an early age is a major accomplishment for a teenager. Andrew and Dani Palmer have created a remarkable course for young people in their Kristina Academy. They join me for a conversation about how a liberal arts education helps each of us become a better human being. This is one of those stories that I hesitate to share because I don't want to make anyone fearful. If you've wondered about the growing number of empty store shelves lately, here are some answers. Michael Snyder has spoken to an industry insider about what's causing the shortages. He also notes that even the mainstream media is beginning to use terms like "worsening" and "foreseeable future" to describe the growing shortages. Sponsors: Monticello College Lifesaving Food (use the coupon code "HYDE" at checkout for a 20% discount) The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Leave me a voice message with your feedback
Isn't it interesting how, during the past year and a half, we've all been trained to classify people by profession, stigmatize the sick and now to demonize the noncompliant? Jeffrey A. Tucker says the purges have begun and a new kind of medical puritanism is taking shape. The Biden vaccine mandates are getting more pointless by the day. Watch for more and more aspects of our lives to become subject to further mandates as everything becomes a "public health emergency" that justifies claiming even more government control. It's astonishing how hard the political class is pushing to consolidate its power over the people. It's bad enough when these power-seekers and opportunists are trying to dominate foreign countries. As Mike Maharrey warns, Washington D.C.'s power over the states is looking more imperial by the day. I'm sad to say that First Amendment Day has come and gone and I didn't formally celebrate it. Jan Neuharth reminds us that while we may say we cherish the First Amendment's protections, few Americans could name the five freedoms specifically protected. Sponsors: Monticello College Lifesaving Food (use the coupon code "HYDE" at checkout for a 20% discount) The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Leave me a voice message with your feedback
Eric Peters from Eric Peters Autos joins me to talk about the ongoing battle to reclaim and retain our freedoms. Will we ever see an end to the mask mandates? We also discuss new car options that aren't but ought to be. Think about how difficult it is to get a factual take on current events and then consider the chilling effect on free speech if government officials were to designate investigative journalists as mere "information brokers." This is the chilling precedent that the U.S. government has wished to establish by either kidnapping, imprisoning or assassinating people like Julian Assange and Glenn Greenwald. Remember how we learned that "information is power" when we were kids? Sometimes that's true in ways that aren't so good or noble. For instance, California has passed and signed into law a bill that will let so-called "violence prevention researchers" know the names and addresses of every law-abiding gun owner in the state. No one would ever abuse that kind of information, would they? The problems confronting us can seem overwhelming and partisanship can cause us to lose perspective. Emina Elonic reminds us that the single biggest battle that any of us will win is the one in which we find the courage to be good. Historically, this is the dynamic that has led people out of tyranny. Sponsors: Monticello College Lifesaving Food (use the coupon code "HYDE" at checkout for a 20% discount) The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Leave me a voice message with your feedback
Federalism is a concept that's poorly understood by most Americans. That may explain why it was displaced by nationalism a long time ago. It's likely we're going to see a collision between the states and our national government in the days ahead. Now would be a good time learn why state rights and federalism still matter. Sponsors: Monticello College Lifesaving Food (use the coupon code "HYDE" at checkout for a 20% discount) The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Leave me a voice message with your feedback
Nobody likes to be around a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. But why do we have such a hard time shaking our old man off? Our current series is called, When You Believe, Everything Changes, and Pastor Mark Jobe is going to show us why we can't keep living in the past and holding on to our old lives if we've become a new man in Christ. Today's Bold Steps message … from the book of Ephesians chapter 4 is titled, Putting on the New You. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this edition of the Peristyle Podcast Coach Harvey Hyde and Ryan Abraham are yet again trying to make sense of a Trojan blowout loss at home, this time at the hands of the Oregon State Beavers. The last time OSU got a win in the Coliseum was 1960, so Coach Hyde talks about what he feels went wrong from the coaching to the players and everything in between. Please review, rate and subscribe to the Peristyle Podcast on Apple Podcasts! The best 5-star review each week will get a $50 Trader Joe's gift card! Make sure you check out USCFootball.com for complete coverage of this USC Trojan football team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
I often wish I had the perfect answer to questions that arise when discussing controversies like Covid. But it's a complicated subject and it's not easy to keep all the facts and figures straight in your head. That's why you'll appreciate this handy dandy 30 fact crib sheet from Kit Knightly with a collection of all the arguments you'll need to know. I know our plates are pretty full with the pandemic, economic troubles and political unrest right now. Here's one more thing to keep you awake at night. Researchers are warning of a potential "solar super storm" that could knock out the internet for months at a time. If you want an unflinching but scientific take on what's happening with the sun, I highly recommend subscribing to Suspicious Observors YouTube channel for daily updates. I used to dread going to the airport because of the extreme authoritarian mindset that has taken hold there. Nowadays, I'm starting to feel the same about hospitals. Kerry McDonald has an excellent article about how extreme Covid policies are causing some pregnant women to take a serious look at homebirth. And that's a good thing. Sponsors: Monticello College Lifesaving Food (use the coupon code "HYDE" at checkout for a 10% discount) The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Leave me a voice message with your feedback
One of the most common challenges that defenders of freedom encounter is the difficulty in helping others understand that we have been moving steadily toward tyranny. It's not just a matter of where we're headed. Caitlin Johnstone says one of the biggest issues is that people don't understand how unfree we already are. Our colleges and universities have been proving grounds for politically correct thought and social justice warriors for decades. It's not terribly surprising that many campuses have proven to be extremely authoritarian in their Covid policies as well. Michael Tracy says, watch out, academia is establishing a permanent surveillance bureaucracy that will soon govern the rest of the country. People who thrive on centralized power are among the loudest and most insistent proponents of telling others to "follow the science." Sheldon Richman warns that mixing science and the state is a sure way to get coercive policies that feed the government-"science" complex and its harmful orthodoxies. Sponsors: Monticello College Lifesaving Food (use the coupon code "HYDE" at checkout for a 10% discount) The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Leave me a voice message with your feedback
Jay is absent once again, citing irreconcilable differences (of work schedule), so Art and Robbie are finally able to get some mic time. Robbie has a plethora of Geeks this week, including; a look at the Hawkeye trailer, Haley Atwell's giving up Captain Carter's shield for a certain Tomb Raider's backpack, an irreverent look at Batman and the Wayne family, and a version of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde with strong Dr. Who connections. In the second segment, the Guys discuss series they're currently binge-watching. Some are new shows, some not quite so new, and one reaches way back to days when we weren't so hard to please. Hulu and HBO Max are this episode's winning streaming services, so see how the Guys' suggestions stack up.
1:45 - The News 4:10 - Jerks of the Week 8:06 - Shane Gillis standup special 12:30 - Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1941) 19:54 - The Loved Ones 34:15 - The Chris Hemsworth shark movie on Netflix 40:00 - Free Jack 42:15 - Blood Moon 47:47 - Escape from New York 54:42 - Lockout 58:11 - World War Z 1:01:48 - What We Do in the Shadows Season 3 1:02:37 - Top Gun 1:07:39 - Black Knight 1:36:46 - Game of Games
Welcome back to another episode of Still Dope Married At First Sight Edition! Whooooo did it go down last week! Bao and Johnny got sexy AF, Myral gives up the lips, Ryan disses Brett...again!, Zack showed his crazy and omg Jose showed what an ahole he really is! Listen as Chris, Shahidah and Tanya recap and give their predictions on who continues on Decision Day!
On the latest episode of the From the Stans Podcast, the brothers are joined by friend of the show Coach Colville! They breakdown Jack Hughes speaking honestly about his brothers contract situation, Jack Eichel, Christian McCaffrey's Injury, Week 2 reactions and top it off with Week 3 picks!
As hard as it is to accept that the landscape around us has changed, the reality seems inescapable. This means that many of the familar institutions of Western Civilization have either been altered or done away with. Paul Rosenberg has a pretty straightforward description of what remains in the public square. Finding yourself at your wit's end lately? It's not surprising, given the high drama diet we've all been force-fed for the past 19 months. Annie Holmquist has some solid advice on fiding your way out when you're at your wit's end. Are you noticing the steadily rising prices at the store? Hang on to your hat, there are more price hikes approaching. Kerry Lutz says get ready for non-transitory inflation and lists 10 items that are about to shoot up in price. Sponsors: Monticello College Lifesaving Food (use the coupon code "HYDE" at checkout for a 20% discount. Hurry, limited time offer expires 9/25) The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Leave me a voice message with your feedback
It's getting harder to believe the folks who claim it's necessary to push for more intense Covid lockdowns and mandates. Jon Miltimore explains that this is especially the case when there are real world examples like Denmark where cases are down 60% since the government there lifted all Covid restrictions. The most interesting thing about tyranny is that it cannot simply be imposed upon us. We have to consent to live under it. Andrew Napolitano says the Constitution can only limit government's influence so much. The rest is up to us. Isn't it strange how despite the insistence that we "follow the science," there is dissent among doctors and medical personnel regarding the CDC's pronouncements and directives. Ted Noel is an M.D. and he tackles the question of why so many doctors choose to go along with Covid panic porn and CDC prescriptions. Sponsors: Monticello College Lifesaving Food (use the coupon code "HYDE" at checkout for a 20% discount. Hurry, limited time offer expires 9/25) The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage Leave me a voice message with your feedback
I interview Hypnotherapist and NLP specialist Sheryne Wilson. We start with how she got there. And then dive into the strategy of NLP and hypnotherapy for a better life. She gives actionable NLP tools that you can use starting right now! And then she gives real life stories of who she has helped. We totally pivot and finish up with gender and gender roles and how we can fix those to heal the planet! And we have a ton of fun doing it!Administrative: (See episode transcript below)Check out Sheryne Wilson here: http://www.innermindperformance.com/Check out the Tools For A Good Life Summit here: Virtually and FOR FREE https://bit.ly/ToolsForAGoodLifeSummitStart podcasting! These are the best mobile mic's for IOS and Android phones. You can literally take them anywhere on the fly.Get the Shure MV88 mobile mic for IOS, https://amzn.to/3z2NrIJGet the Shure MV88+ for mobile mic for Android https://amzn.to/3ly8SNjGet A Course In Miracles Here! https://amzn.to/3hoE7sAAccess my “Insiders Guide to Finding Peace” here: https://belove.media/peaceSee more resources at https://belove.media/resourcesEmail me: firstname.lastname@example.orgFor social Media: https://www.instagram.com/mrmischaz/https://www.facebook.com/MischaZvegintzovSubscribe and share to help spread the love for a better world!As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.Transcript: Mischa Z: 00:00:00 Sheryne Wilson, welcome to The Bitch Slap ...The Accelerated Path To Peace Podcast. And, um, we have, uh, you were on my, um, summit, the Tools For A Good Life Summit. So anybody listening, you can hit pause and go run to www.toolsforagoodlifesummit.com and check out Sheryne's amazing, amazing, um, interview. Right. And you, it was very specific. We were talking about, um, like what would, what steps would you offer somebody to help help them get back on track or whatever? And you just were dropping bomb after bomb, after bomb. So amazing. Um, you are amazing. Um, what, I was thinking beforehand, like I'm literally getting the shivers, thinking about like the, the, the moments of like, yeah, yeah, yeah. What was the best thing you said? And I think it was one of the best things you said was, um, and it might've been on the, uh, VIP bonus section, but before we get to that, do you hold, hold place? I was just gonna say, people might be wondering, well, what does she do? Who is she? And, um, you, uh, you are a, um, how am I going to say this? Well, one of the favorite things about you is that you had like, uh, how do you say it's like some, auto-immune some physical issues. Yeah. Right. And you, you were able to like go out and learn all this stuff and like literally heal your body and your mind. Yeah,Sheryne Wilson: 00:02:01 Yeah, yeah,Mischa Z: 00:02:04 Yeah. That's yeah. Right. Like that's amazing. That's yeah. And then you do NLP, which is Neuro Linguistic Programming. Um, so you, you, you help people with that tool with, uh, hypnotherapy neuro linguistic programming, NLP, maybe speak to that for a minute. Like, what's the, gimme the, like, this is why you want NLP real quick.Sheryne Wilson: 00:02:33 Um, okay. You want NLP because a lot of our blocks and most of us know this, our blocks are on an obnoxious or a subconscious level. And so, so many times I know something's blocked blocking me. I don't know what it is. I'm stuck. I don't know what it is. And NLP uses language to bypass the conscious mind, which is always trying to the logical mind, always trying to figure out what the problem is. And it goes directly to the unconscious, which is where everything runs. That is, that is the board of, of how we do life. Right? And so NLP is using language, in my opinion, to bypass the unconscious, the conscious mind to get to the unconscious so that we can actually start dealing with the problem, um, so that we can start taking yourself out of the problem. Um, I love it because one of my sayings is focusing on the problem as part of the problem.Sheryne Wilson: 00:03:25 And this basically takes you outside. The problem gives you a different perspective. It gives you a different viewpoint so that you can start actually creating solutions in your life. And so, I mean, that's the one, there's a, that's my definition. There's a million definitions. I mean, by standard, um, it is, NLP is a standard of excellence and it is really about how to use the mind to get to a place of excellence, um, and, and how you're able to associate and dissociate into situations so that you can figure out what you're doing. Uh, another way of saying NLP too, is NLP is about internal representation. What, you know, the word happy means to me could mean totally different. Something totally different to you. So it's about understanding how you view the world and why you view the world that way and how you can change you. Sorry, how you can view the world in a different way and how you Mischa you something different and how we can work together to understand behavior and understand how you work in. I work I'm, I can rabbit hole down this path for a long time, so I'll just stop there. But, um, yeah, it's dealing with the unconscious and the subconscious mind using language.Mischa Z: 00:04:37 Cool. I, um, I love it. Thank you for that. And we're going to come right back to that, but, um,Mischa Z: 00:04:47 I was thinking of words to say, when I was going to introduce you before, right. As we're coming onto this, and of course I didn't write them down. And so now I'm trying to remember what they were. Right. But they were like, uh, like, um, like open, uh, I don't know. I don't know if raw the right word, but vulnerable, perhaps like there's no. Um, one thing I love about you is that there's that, that wall that can be there between people, at least between you and I is like, just melts away really quick. Right. So we get to be vulnerable and authentic and all those cool are all those words that we hear thrown about. Right. Um, I'd also say I pay for this coaching group that I'm in and it's kind of pricey. And I have this coach who's amazing. And, um, his name's Vince, Hey, Vince, if you're listening, love you. I know you love Vince. I would. I know that you have an opportunity and Vince has been incredibly powerful in my life. And then Vince, oftentimes we'll get some coaching or maybe I shouldn't say this on the air, but, um, I know that he, you and him have a relationship and you've been powerful in his life. So I'm just trying to let the audience know that you have a powerful, useful message by a couple of however, I'm using a couple of degrees of separation to help help with that. Yeah.Sheryne Wilson: 00:06:15 Yes. I work with all walks of life and Vince has been one of those people that I've had the pleasure of working with and he's helped me and I've been able to help him. So, yeah.Mischa Z: 00:06:26 Yeah. So go ahead. No, no, that's it. Yeah. So that's our proof of, that's our, that's our social proof. Like you're legit. You, you bring real solutions to the world, I guess is what I'm trying to say. Um, I want to go back to, so you said NLP, and then you said language it's about language, but then you, I don't want to say hedged a little bit, but you're like, well, maybe most people talk about NLP. They don't talk about language or they don't talk about it in language the same way you do. Or maybe tell me what you, what, what what's, what's going on there?Sheryne Wilson: 00:07:03 Well, in NLP, everybody has an internal representation of the world and we filter information as it comes in and everybody deletes and distorts what comes into their mind, you know, because we can only take in so much information, we take in 123 bits, um, versus we're receiving 40 billion bits per, per minute at, uh, like just flat per second, I think at a time. And so our unconscious mind and our conscious brain, can't actually, I should say our conscious mind, can't take it all in. So we got to like sift through it. Right. And that's why when you know, I go to the park, I may see, I may notice all the trees and you go to the park and you notice the, the shiny slide. And, you know, I say, you know, it was the highlight of the park for you. And you're like the shiny slide.Sheryne Wilson: 00:07:51 And for me, it was the trees. And that goes, that goes into our unconscious mind of what we value is what we filter through. Right. And so, you know, I, I value, like I may walk into a show home and be like, oh, I love how bright it is. And you may be like, oh, I don't like how cold it is. And so that's an internal representation right there of what you value, you know, because you're perceiving it as different. I don't even notice that it's cold in there. I noticed that the coloring that makes it cold or whatever that is, but you notice it because you value a different thing. And so it's really interesting how language can do that. And I think it's so important for people to take the time to break down what words mean to them, what symbols mean to them?Sheryne Wilson: 00:08:37 I like the word happy. What does that mean to you versus what does it mean to me, connection? What does that mean to you? What does that mean to me? And when you start to understand that, then you have a bit of a better perspective of what's happening, right? If you can, he, who has the most knowledge or has the most terrain has the most power. Right. So if I can see more and understand more, I have more choice. I have more power versus if I'm, you know, only have one perspective and very narrow-minded, well, that could limit me in my power. So that's, that's what I mean by language is, is I like NLP because it breaks down barriers using language. And so often if I'm working with a client and you know, they're telling me something, I asked them what it means to them. What does that word actually mean to you? Does that word mean to you? Yeah. And it's, it's amazing what you will learn about somebody when they start to, um, describe what something means to them. You're like, oh, I see how that's valuable. Okay. See what I see. That's important to you. Oh, that's interesting. So that's cool. Sorry. I tangent. Did I lose you? Cause you glazed over.Mischa Z: 00:09:55 No, no. I'm taking it in and I'm, I'm, I'm liking it. I'm I'm In a good waySheryne Wilson: 00:10:03 I'm a Hypnotherapist. I do put people in tance.Mischa Z: 00:10:06 Um, so in her mind, performance, inner I N N E R mind performance.com. So anybody listening, those of you who are listening, um, go, while we're talking, you can go to www.innermindperformance.com and, and follow along there. Um, but, uh, Sheryne. So hypnotherapy, tell me about hypnotherapy as you described NLP. To me, describe hypnotherapy to me.Sheryne Wilson: 00:10:40 I think NLP is a type of hypnotherapy. It is, um, I mean, we are in some kind of hypnosis 98%. I would say I've had even some colleagues say a hundred percent of the time we are in some form of hypnosis. And hypnosis is just, you know, a focus state of trance, um, it's a focus state when you're directed at something. So within three minutes, sorry, within three seconds of picking up your phone, you're in trance. You're, it's just, you're glued in you're there. When you, when within seven seconds of the television turning on, you're in a trance. Within five seconds, five to 10 seconds getting in your car and you're in a trance. It's automatic. It's, it's a very focused state. And a lot of the times, um, our unconscious mind, once you get to an auto, uh, an automatic response, our unconscious mind takes over how many times have you driven home? And you're like, I don't consciously remember going home. Like, did I turn, you know, did I turn past the store or not?Mischa Z: 00:11:47 What was it? Was there? Yeah. What was the weather like?Sheryne Wilson: 00:11:53 Your unconscious mind, like I've, and you've heard me say this before. It's like a GPS. And so you punch it in what you want to do and your unconscious mind directs your mind and your body and the rest of you to go do it. So hypnosis is really, um, we're dialing in on an, a, on a, on a very focused state for a purposeful reason. And so hypnotherapy is, you know, um, if we want to do a psychological change work, because you're stuck in an area in your life. Or you've experienced trauma, you can't let that go. And often, you know, we have open loops. So to say, just like you have open tabs on your computer, we have open loops. And if you know this, if you have a ton of tabs open on your computer, how well does it run?Mischa Z: 00:12:36 It just gets bogged down. And yeah, it's just, a nightmare. Yeah.Sheryne Wilson: 00:12:40 Hypnotherapy and hypnosis is a way to go in and to close, gently close. Some of those open loops of, you know, oh, "I was never good enough when I was a child." "I'm never good enough when I was child" and that plays over and over and over again. And oh, like, you know, "I wonder why my ex left me." "Why did my ex leave me?" "I don't know, was it because I'm not good enough?" And that's a lot of energy even to, um, you know, how many times have you laid in bed at night? "Ah, did I, did I pack my kid's lunch?" "Do I need to get up early and pack my kid's lunch?" "Did I pack it, did I put ahh, where did I put the?" "where did I put my keys?" "Where's my passport?" "Oh Shit where's this?" Like, and those are open loops.Sheryne Wilson: 00:13:15 Right. And so hypnotherapy is a way to go in and close those loops. Okay. Um, yeah. And so it's, it's deep, psychological change work is what we call it. And often it has to do with regression in going back into the past and closing those loops because a lot of the instances that are open still happened between the ages of zero and 12. And so that is when we are most, um, what's the word, uh, malleable. Most, uh, susceptible to change. Where are the most susceptible to influence it's, it's the ages where, um, we're in theta states. So we're, we're a sponge. People say, kids are like sponges and they are, that is their unconscious mind is in a place of just download it, being downloaded information. And so sometimes that information is not very good. Right. And so we have to go back and reprogram the unconscious mind so that you can make a different behavior. So you can make think a different thought, choose a different behavior and get a different result.Mischa Z: 00:14:16 That's a great way to say it there.Sheryne Wilson: 00:14:18 I think I stole that from Vince, Like, honestly, like, I don't know how many times I've seen him write this on a whiteboard when he was, when he did some coaching for me. And I was like, yes, that's right, right. Vince is really good at listening. And we're just going to talk about Vince for a second listening and then like spitting out an answer, you know, like being like, oh, you mean like this? And I'm like, yes, like fill in gaps is great.Mischa Z: 00:14:46 And his knowledge is so deep. It's unbelievable. The more I get to have interactions with him more I'm like, God dang. Like, wow. Yeah. Yeah. Cool. Um, so how did you stumble across, was it NLP first or hypnotherapy first or both at the same time?Sheryne Wilson: 00:15:07 That's so interesting that you said that, sorry, I didn't mean to interrupt you. Got your question. Okay. Yeah. Um, how did I stumble across? Well, like I'd mentioned before, so, um, my father, here's the long story. Cause we like deep don't we, we like to go a little spiritual and woo woo. The long story is, is that I actually wanted to be a doctor. And then my father ended up getting sick. Um, he had cancer and he passed away. And after that I realized I didn't want to be a doctor. And so after being in health and wellness for over 10 years, at that time, I decided to go in a completely different direction. I went into business and marketing and uh, got it.Mischa Z: 00:15:50 I asked you a question. How deep are you into the doctor path? Are you like getting you're in university? You're getting your bachelor's you're gettingSheryne Wilson: 00:15:59 Yeah. Yeah. I was on the dot, like I was in, on advanced, um, uh, like nursing program so that I could go into like, so it basically pre-med, it's going to medicine and I was applying for the faculty of medicine, which is like a preliminary program for medicine. So I had a long ways to go don't get me wrong. But yeah, it was, I wasMischa Z: 00:16:21 On the path. Yeah. I was on the path.Sheryne Wilson: 00:16:25 I was like, I'm going to do it. Yeah.Mischa Z: 00:16:28 And so dad gets they'll go ahead. I didn't. So dad, are you and dad? ASheryne Wilson: 00:16:35 Yeah, my dad was my best friend. Yeah. Okay.Mischa Z: 00:16:38 So this is a heavy yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Bitch Slap moment kind of obviously.Sheryne Wilson: 00:16:43 Okay. Yeah. If we want to get real, for sure. My dad had health issues and his entirely, he was a type one diabetic. And so I learned at a very young age, like by the age of, I think, five I've learned, I learned when my dad was in, had low blood sugar and I learned how to give him an injection. I learned like my mom was really good at teaching me and my brother when something was wrong with dad, because I mean, and this is like 20 years ago, 20 plus years ago when they didn't have, um, the insulin packs that they have now. Right? Like they didn't have monitoring on your body where your little thing would be if you went low or whatever. Yeah. The technology, right. It was like, we had to smell his breath. We had to watch his behavior. We had to see, you know, if he is broached, blood, sugar was dropping.Sheryne Wilson: 00:17:29 And, and so anyway, he needs to say he had a lot of health issues. So I always knew in the back of my mind, my mom always prepared this at like dad isn't the strongest physically. And so we need to be appreciative of that. And so I knew, and you know, as an adult, you know, your parents aren't gonna live forever. Um, but I had no idea it would happen that soon. And I didn't think it'd be cancer that blindsided me. I thought it would be like, you know, I had done so much research in pre-med, uh, around diabetes and type one diabetes. And I thought it would be organ failure. I thought it would be, you know, kidney failure, heart disease. That's kind of the things that follow with diabetes. And then it was like, he got this rare cancer, like only seen in 17% of the population, blonde hair, blue eyed, Scandinavians, like in his eye, he got cancer in his eye.Sheryne Wilson: 00:18:20 And it's like, what? Like a rare melanoma in his eye. And it's like, that kinda like shocked all of us. And the doctors didn't really know much about it. And they kind of were like, well, we're just gonna treat it normally. And it's not a big deal. And then later we found out this is a very aggressive cancer and that it can spread almost instantly. And melanoma spreads very fast. Um, and it did it spread to his liver and his lungs and his spine right away. And so within a very short amount of time, he got very sick and um, I put everything on hold and I took care of him and he was my best friend. And it was a no brainer for me. It was like, like I remember my brother would be like, what are you going to do? And I'm like, give me more.Sheryne Wilson: 00:19:09 Am I going to do, I'm dropping out, like, I'm stopping everything. I'm taking that. And he's like, oh, okay. Like, I just was like, this is my best friend. What, what, you know? And, um, I had no idea what it would look like. And that is the scariest thing for anyone who's lost a parent or loved one with cancer. You don't know what it looks like. You don't know how long you have. You don't know how fast it goes. You don't know what it looks like. Some people rarely do they die peacefully in your sleep. That's what I've learned. Yeah. It can be quite ugly. Yeah. It's really gross. Um, so yeah, and I took care of him and it was such a beautiful experience because I learned the value of life and, and I've done a lot of grief talks. If anybody wants, I have spoken for a number of, uh, workshops and, uh, things around grief because it was such a beautiful experience for me. And I've been in contact there's death, doulas. Now death doulas is a thing I would have paid money back then to have a death doula. Like, cause you just don't know to have someone come in and be like, Hey, this is what you need to expect. This is the process. Like, it's like, it's just like having a baby. Right. You have noMischa Z: 00:20:21 End of life doula. Yeah. I interviewed, you can go back to the interviews. It's like interview 17 or something. Mel, Cavindish (Actually Mel McClave interview #12 https://bitch-slap-the-accelerated-path-to-peace.simplecast.com/episodes/interview-12-mel-mcclave-wants-to-talk-death. ) or name a great interview. She's a death doula, but it was awesome. I mean, it was so good. Yeah. SoSheryne Wilson: 00:20:37 Thankfully there was a grief counselor that was really involved and kind of, kind of knew like the death stuff. And, and so it was great, beautiful because it taught me the value of life. Like you don't really understand life until you've just experienced death. And he died in my dad. My dad died in my arms and it was so beautiful and horrible at the same time because this, this is like, he was my best friend. I'm the only man I think I ever truly trusted in life. And he, he was just such a beautiful soul. And um, thankfully I have a lot of his, his legacy and characteristics in me, but it, it, it taught me so much in that moment. Like you really only have one life. Like, and my dad said to me, cause I'm like, dad, do I like who I marry?Sheryne Wilson: 00:21:26 And you know, I'm having this. And we, he, we talked everyday about it. My dad was very open about the dying and we talked about everything and, and you name it, everything we talked about. And I just remember, sorry, I'm kind of rambling. But I remember him saying like sharing. It doesn't matter if you want to be a truck driver, be a truck driver or you want to be a garbage truck driver. Be it be the best garbage truck driver ever. Like nobody cares. Just own it. And just like, if that's your purpose and passion, then do that. Because I was like, dad, I don't know. Do I keep being a doctor? And he was like, I don't care. And as long as you are fulfilling your purpose, he didn't say it like happy. My dad was never like happy. Like my dad was never one of those people's like, do what makes you happy?Sheryne Wilson: 00:22:12 My dad was very like, he was an accountant. So it was very logical. You what's purposeful. Right. And he's going to balance the books. God it. Right. Very much. And so he was, had a practical side of him, but he's like, yeah, like live out your purpose and be, be passionate. And I'm like, okay, because he didn't have regrets, but he had a list of things he hadn't accomplished yet. And that was like a big moment. And he said to me on his death bed, he said to me, I don't have regrets, but I do wish I had gone to more of your games. I do wish we had taken more vacations. I wish I'd taken the darn sick days. You know, I, at the end of the day, cause guess what? His boss, uh, 40 years, wasn't there. The day that the day my dad died.Sheryne Wilson: 00:22:58 I mean, yeah, they sent him a card, but like, you know, all the things he had given himself to in the end, it was really only 20 family members around them. You know, my dad was in charge of many organizations. He was, did non-profit. He did all these things. He'd given 40 years to a company. And yet there's only 20 people around him at the, at the end. And that, that was a wake up call to me. And that's when it was like the slap, it started began. I began, the grief didn't happen that when he died, it was moving on with life afterwards and going, oh my God, like the person that was my best friend is no longer here. Let alone my father. And so I, I did have PTSD. I did have depression. I had horrible anxiety, all my abandonment issues. Every, every emotion I'd ever felt in my life came flooding in. I learned to mop my floors a lot. Um, like it was very like,Mischa Z: 00:23:59 What else am I going to do? Is that what you mean? When you say mop the floors? It's like, this is what I know to do. That's what I can do. Yeah. I'd love that. Yeah.Sheryne Wilson: 00:24:09 And I went back to landscaping. I had to get back to some roots. And so like in my younger years I had landscaped and I called up this guy that I used to landscape and I'm like, I just, I just need to plant some flowers every day for the next few months. And I did until I figured out what I wanted to do and super powerful. Anyways, long story short, this is a long story long.Mischa Z: 00:24:32 Good.Sheryne Wilson: 00:24:33 I ended up, you know, because I, all those emotions, I ended up getting sick myself because I still hadn't let go. I blamed myself on some level. I blamed myself that I didn't save him. That if only I had known more, if only I had been a doctor, if only all these things. And so I had to really let go and all that emotional turmoil plus the stress. Um, I had moved many times, like I put my body through hell and within the first three to five years of my dad passing. And if you do the research, a lot of auto-immune diseases come within the first three to five years of trauma. Yeah. Specifically the death of a loved one. Wow. Yeah. They say within two years of losing a loved one, you are so susceptible to cancer and auto-immune your chances are like crazy.Sheryne Wilson: 00:25:29 Wow. Because it's, your body is in such a state of stress. Yeah. And emotional and physical. So lo and behold, all these autoimmunes came up. And uh, yeah. I started to heal myself naturally. Uh, you know, I did juicing, I did Ravi and I mean, you can go to my website. I list all the things that I did. I did over 30 different modalities. And in the process, in the journey, I did something called bioenergetics, natural bioenergetics, which is dealing with the emotional side and the psychology of emotions as well as the physical side in traditional Chinese medicine. Okay. There's NLP in wa woven into it. And so I noticed incredible change when I started seeing this practitioner who became my mentor and I was like, whatever, this is, I'm going to do it. WhoMischa Z: 00:26:19 Was the, who's your, who was it? Who was your mentor? Who is your mentor?Sheryne Wilson: 00:26:22 Um, she was Linda Easthouse and she, um, she has her own practice out of, uh, Mexico now. Okay, cool. And, uh, so she's semi retired but not retired. She's one of those people I think will never retire. Yes, yes. Uh, so she, she was my teacher and my mentor and taught me some incredible things and work with me every week for probably I think about a year. Okay. I read and saw her every week to deal with the physical, emotional trauma while doing all the physical modalities that I listed on my website. And that's how I was able to heal myself. But in that process, I came across an LP and, and, you know, I, the funny thing is if you know anything about marketing and business, NLP is very heavily woven into marketing and, and business. Yes.Mischa Z: 00:27:08 Like the ad people are like opening loops on us. Right. They're like,Sheryne Wilson: 00:27:13 Yes, absolutely. Right. The, just the way they were things from come by us, us too, wouldn't your life be so much better if you bought this, you know? And it's like, I don't know what it is. Let me show you how, like, there's just, so NLP is just so it's like sleight of mouth, which is what Tony Robbins actually does is he uses a technique called sleight of mouth, which is just very much, um, yeah. Getting people to think and draw them in. And then you make that quick change. Um, can you raise a very powerful technique? And so I actually became certified in bioenergetics first and did that for two years, health coaching, and then really wanted to go deeper. I wanted to get more into trauma counseling and trauma coaching, and I really wanted to blow people's minds. So I got into NLP hypnotherapy, timeline therapy, also incorporated matrix energetics, um, theta healing, EFT. And you just go to like, once you're hooked, you're you just spiral down into all the modalities. And originally I said, I wanna, I want to pick the top 10 modalities that changed my life and I want to learn them, master them. And then I want to help other people change their life with them. So that's what I did. So, um, yeah, it's been fun.Mischa Z: 00:28:33 That is beautiful. Thank you for that. Um, so... Tell me if this is a naive or I don't know if nieve way to say it, but if I hear, I think all of the stuff you just said, it's like, it's all to change the pattern is that kind of change that Mo that, that pattern, right? Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Um, like as far as the NLP is concerned, what are the, like the three someone listening's like, well, NLP sounds cool or low, but actually before we go there, Tony Robbins, the slight of mouth technique is he he's using that technique. You don't need to tell me what it is necessarily yet, but he uses that technique. So that draws the person in and opens them up. And so then he can, he can affect change or,Sheryne Wilson: 00:29:28 And then he's quantum linguistics. So it's very, like, he's uses a lot of commands. Right. And so once you draw somebody in and you have influence, then you can command. And so that is like Tony Robbins is not the master of NLP, just so everybody knows, like you didn't even finish his NLP courses. Right. You just took two, two techniques out of NLP and just nice them down and mastered them. And he just uses them and it works on people. That's cool.Mischa Z: 00:29:59 Yeah.Sheryne Wilson: 00:30:00 And then quantum linguistics is it's very much once you have drawn them in, you know, and it's slight of mouth very much, like can be very sarcastic too. Um, well, "wouldn't you like to know?", You know, um, yeah, well that's because like, it's very sarcastic, it's very jokey and it's like, well, "if you wanted that you would go get it." And it's like, yeah, "I guess I would". And then he, he takes it a step further and he uses some, the linguistic, uh, quantum linguistics to kind of add in some embedded commands. Um, which is another technique that is really powerful. And then like, "so go do that". Right. You know, that's kind of, that's kind of what NLP and people don't even realize that it's happening unless you were just sit down and unless someone like myself, um, can pull it out and I'm like, oh, okay. I see what you're doing there.Mischa Z: 00:30:59 So who did he learn from, or who was his teacher? Who would, as far as you're aware? Huh?Sheryne Wilson: 00:31:05 I think learn from Tad James. Okay. Or could have been Richard Bandler. Those are kind of the top two, um, gurus out there. I'm sure there's more, please. Don't be offended if you're listening to this. And you're like, I know they're like, no, you got it wrong. Yeah. I may have.Mischa Z: 00:31:23 Yeah. Right. Yeah. No, we're just having fun. We're just bantering. We're just talking aboutSheryne Wilson: 00:31:29 Tad James.Mischa Z: 00:31:30 Well, I'll tell you what I think is so interesting about, and this is not no reflection of Tony Robbins. I think of the, but when I hear sleight of mouth, right. Um, unlike that almost bring, makes me as a slight negative connotation to me and not, not Tony, but that like the technique I'm like, oh, why does that, why does that, it's an interesting question. Why does that chat me just a little bit? Like using slight of mouth on me? You know what I mean? Like, you know what I'm saying? Does that make sense or not like, it's an interesting, go ahead.Sheryne Wilson: 00:32:08 NLP can have a bad rap because it can be very manipulative in marketing. There's a fine line. And I think it's important that you have ethics and morals around it. And when I did my NLP, we went over ethics and morals, um, and how to use it. And when you use it, because it is, it does put people in a trance, it is formulated, there is so much, it's intertwined with hypnotherapy and hypnosis and it does put people in a trance and you need to be careful how you, how you do things because you can manipulate people. Um, anybody you can use language to manipulate anyone. Yeah.Mischa Z: 00:32:41 Yeah. If people are trying to do it all the time, marketers, right. They're trying to influence our actions or get us to buy products or switch companies or go to Verizon versus AT&T, right. Like,Sheryne Wilson: 00:32:55 Yeah. Like "wouldn't you want to protect your family?" W w like, "don't, you want to protect your family,?" "Come to AT&T" we'll put like what, oh, okay. It can be very, you know, um, accusing accusatory. It can be very, uh, manipulating. Um, yeah. But, but it works too. So there's, there's a right way and a wrong way, I would say of using it. Um, but it's out there. If you actually study the news, it's, it's, it's interwoven in everything. Every president has their own neuro-linguistic program or trainer to teach them how to talk. That's amazing.Mischa Z: 00:33:34 Yeah.Sheryne Wilson: 00:33:34 Yeah. That's how powerful. This is the top CEOs in the world, all know NLP. Um, most companies have their own NLP trainers, Vince, new NLP, like, yeah. All of my guys have like studied NLP, like, because it's such a powerful use of language. You can manipulate people to get, do what you want them to do.Mischa Z: 00:33:56 Wow. Um,Sheryne Wilson: 00:33:58 So I just use it to get people to do what they want to do on themselves. Right. Right.Mischa Z: 00:34:02 Use it as a tool out of the yeah.Sheryne Wilson: 00:34:04 To get them out of your head.Mischa Z: 00:34:06 Yeah. So cool. So, and then if we were to just generalize, we'd say like the S the strategy of NLP is to help you used for good using the force for good is to help you or somebody, uh, change their thought pattern to a more productive or less negative, or however you want to say that. Right. So, yeah. Is that, yeah.Sheryne Wilson: 00:34:30 I would say it's tricking your mind into doing what you wanted to do. Oh, I love that.Mischa Z: 00:34:34 Um, so cool. So what are, like, tell me some, tell me some, uh, some tactics within that, like, cool. We've got this cool strategy. We're going to, we're going to trick our mind and to doing what we wanted to do. So like, gimme some, uh, anyone listening, like give him, throw, throw them a bone. Let's, let's get let's when we got,Sheryne Wilson: 00:34:55 Um, yeah. So there's some words that are really powerful that automatically trigger people to take action, and those words are, NEED, WANT, HAVE, MUST, AND WILL, is also in there. And so, um, if I was talking to you and it's like, um, or if I need to do something, I will be like, I need to go do this. And that can trigger something in your unconscious mind to take action. Um, and everybody's different, but those are kind of the top five, the NEED, WANT, HAVE, MUST, and WILL. And so if you, if you're like, I will go do this, I must go do this. I'm going to go do this. Like a lot of things, people think I am is really powerful. It's not as powerful as I must. And, uh, uh, I will, and I have to, and I want to, and I need to. And so that's a trick that you can do, um, is you can literally say that, like, I must go do the dishes. I need to go do the dishes. I want to go do the dishes. I will go do the dishes. Um, and you can say that, and that will supercharge your unconscious mind because it's an embedded command that we've learned from such a young age to go do something. Right.Mischa Z: 00:36:06 I love that. That's a good one. Yeah. Thank you for that. So that's a great tip. So again, people can follow along at www.innermindperformance.com or www.toolsforagoodlifesummit.com is where they can listen to you. I interview you. I do two interviews. We do the general session, and then we do the VIP session. I can't remember which one it was in, but you were like, and use the, what was that example you gave? It was so great. I hope, I hope it comes to me quick. I was like, um,Sheryne Wilson: 00:36:38 I hope it comes through, cause I can't rememberMischa Z: 00:36:40 It. Well, you were like, you were like, you were like, put the question on your, your, your like, form the question. You're like form the question, put it on your, on a note or a sticky on your mirror or something. And then the subconscious mind will work to answer the question. Right. And so you're like somebody hates doing this dishes and you're like, I it's something about all of a sudden now they're doing the dishes. Sorry audience.Sheryne Wilson: 00:37:12 No, it's very much like, um, you know, uh, "what would my life look like if I enjoy doing the dishes" or, um, "how easy would it be for me to do the dishes every day?" Um, and, and not answering that question, just leaving it up there and watching your unconscious mind figure out the answer. Um, cause a lot of people think that it's a lot of work. The unconscious mind is so much, it's 30,000 times more powerful than the conscious mind. And so if you can get it embedded in your unconscious mind, it will take over and you'll take action. And so the whole, like I love, I get a lot of my clients to get this. "If, if this was no longer a problem in my life, how much time and energy would I have". And then the unconscious mind goes, "well, we want time and energy, why don't we solve this problem?" Like, you know, and it starts to look for an answer. "What would my life look like if this was no longer a problem in my life?" You know, "if this was no longer a problem in my life, how much time and energy would I have?" "What will I do with all the time and energy that I have that now that this is no longer a problem in my life?"Mischa Z: 00:38:14 And so I love that. And I love that thought. And the subconscious mind starts working to answer that question.Sheryne Wilson: 00:38:21 I walk away and you go, you know, eat a piece of chocolate, go for a walk. And the next thing, you know, as you're figuring out your life's problems and you're like, oh, how did that,Mischa Z: 00:38:31 So would you have somebody write that down? Or like walk me through. So it's like, okay, go ahead.Sheryne Wilson: 00:38:37 Yeah. Yeah. So a lot of my clients, I get them to write it on a sticky and put it on their mirror in the morning. Um, I would say first thing in the morning, especially when you get out of the shower, um, because your neural networks are most, are really lit at that time. So to say, and so yeah, the shower look in the mirror and be like, just say it out loud, three times, you don't need to answer it. Like this is, this is not a cognitive thinking thing. This is just, okay, what would my life look, feel? And sound like, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, or whatever the question is that they need to ask. And they just say it out loud three times, and then they go away and then they say it again before bed. Um, and so that is a technique that you can use and I get them to do it for as long as it takes until I would say anywhere from two weeks to three weeks, seems to be about the time. And then by the end of 30 plus days, it's no longer a problem. It's not even, they're like, yeah, I have so much time energy to figure everything out. Like I got thisMischa Z: 00:39:36 Any, you don't need to say any names, but any real word. What's the top real world example of that, where you've helped one of your clients do that. Can you give like a real life? IfSheryne Wilson: 00:39:49 I would say every single one of my clients? Um, because once I think a lot of, I think as humans and, and the time and energy one is big because we've been taught that everything takes time and energy, right? And time and energy is important. It's a valuable thing. You're very valuable. And so I would say every single one of my clients, no matter what it is, if it's, you know, I want to lose weight. If I changed jobs, make more money, no longer be sick, whatever it is. I put the time in and how much time and energy will I have when I work out every day, how much time and energy will I have when I lose 10 pounds, you know, what will my life look out? Look like, you know, how much time and energy we'll have when this is no longer a problem, my life insert the problem.Sheryne Wilson: 00:40:36 Um, and I would see every single one of my clients after the three weeks are like, oh my gosh, I have so much time and energy because it also changes their focus of where it's going. Because focusing on the problem as part of the problem, focusing on the problems, part of the problem, right? And so they're now thinking about how can I create more time and energy, because this is no longer a problem in my life because my unconscious mind is taking care of it. I'm taking care of it. And so what else can I do? Because the unconscious mind likes direction. It likes to do shit. And so many times once I sit, I sit down with a client, they got chaos, chaos in their life. They got destruction. The world's burning down because they're bored. What happens to a toddler when you leave them alone for too longMischa Z: 00:41:24 By God,Sheryne Wilson: 00:41:26 What happens to toddler? When you leave himMischa Z: 00:41:28 Alone for too long, they're going to wreak havocSheryne Wilson: 00:41:31 Markers on the wall. Legos kicked over, brothers, sisters locked in the cupboard. Like we are wired when we're bored, we will create anything, including Cray chaos. So give yourself something to do, stop, stop creating the problem.Mischa Z: 00:41:53 Oh my God.Sheryne Wilson: 00:41:55 You know, it's so funny when people come to me and they're like, I'm not good at manifesting. You know, I've been divorced three times and you know, I've lost my job. And like, I have health issues. I'm like, you are very good at manifesting. You are very good at manifesting. Your bored and your bored. We need to get that energy because it's the same thing. That's like, you know, they're very good at creating destruction,Mischa Z: 00:42:22 Dig a ditch. Right.Sheryne Wilson: 00:42:26 You, and so it's like, give your unconscious mind something to do. Stop destroying relationships, stop with the destroying habits in your life. Stop eating at night. Like people that people know what we eat because we're bored. We'll do something. Right. It's a default mechanism when we're bored, we will resort to creating anything, including destruction. So true. Right.Mischa Z: 00:42:51 So true. Just like throwing little, little toddlers throwing temper tantrums. Oh my God.Sheryne Wilson: 00:43:03 Unconscious minds board. So it's like post up today. LikeMischa Z: 00:43:08 You had to manifest something. How about another destroyed relation, destroyed relationship.Sheryne Wilson: 00:43:16 That much dysfunction. I'm scared. I'm like, wow. You are powerful.Mischa Z: 00:43:20 I love that idea though. Wow. If you could just shift the, uh, you know, the, I didn't know, shift the intention or I dunno what the right word is there. The focus, the focus. Thank you. The focus. Oh my gosh. That's so, so good. Um, that's a new way to look at the destructive patterns in my life. Oh my God. I am so powerful. Manifesting. I just need a new focus. I love it. Um, I'm going to press, you knowSheryne Wilson: 00:43:52 This because I've done it myself,Mischa Z: 00:43:54 Right?Sheryne Wilson: 00:43:56 Wow. I'm really good at manifesting chaos like crazy. What if I write my best friend? He says to me, he, whenever I I'm like trying to enter mine, he goes, you know, it takes one to know one,Mischa Z: 00:44:17 So true. Um, all right. I'm going to press you a little bit on, I want to, I want a specific example of where you Jedi tricked the person with your little thing there with, with that tool of, um, sorry to do that too. I should've let you know beforehand. It had been a lot easier.Sheryne Wilson: 00:44:39 Go on a specific example of what,Mischa Z: 00:44:42 Of, where you your were doing, where you're like, Hey, ask this question and when you're out of the shower and when you go to bed, like, what is, uh, what is one of your clients? We don't need the name, but like, this was there. This was the real world problem. And we got the real word solution utilizing this technique, perhaps some others as well. But do you understand what I'm saying?Sheryne Wilson: 00:45:04 Okay. Two clients are coming to mind. One. She had been, um, I would say she was in a, in a very tumultuous relationship for many years and then ended it, but never got over it. Like your heart was broken. And she was, I would say chronically depressed. Um, for four years, been in counseling for four years, just like living lifeless for four years. Um, you know, the nine to five or whatever, and she couldn't get over. And I remember I got her to do this specifically. I mean, I had worked with her too, but I think it was, you know, something around. I can't remember what it was. This is a while ago. Um, like a few years ago. I think I got her to ask the question. Um, what would I do? Yeah. How happy that's, what was, "how happy would I be knowing that I've let go of insert person's name?"Sheryne Wilson: 00:46:04 Um, "How happy would I be knowing that I let go of this person and that I now have the power to choose what I get to do with my life." Something along those lines, a very empowered I remember had to do with how happy would I be? And within two weeks she, um, she comes through one of her appointments and she goes, we have a problem. And I said, what? She goes well for the first time in four years, I don't think I've ever been so productive. And I said, what do you mean? She's like, I planted my garden. Hadn't touched my garden for years, planted my garden. She said, I've changed jobs. Um, and she didn't like her job and she's like, I'm back. I got on a dating website and she's like, I actually think I'm happy. Like, I actually think I'm experiencing joy again.Sheryne Wilson: 00:46:52 She actually didn't know we had to go through a whole process. Feels like, cause sometimes people legitimately forget. And so I was like, okay, let's start identifying that. There's happiness in your life. And, and uh, yeah, it was really cool. And uh, she went on and like, honestly after that, she just like, she didn't know what to, she didn't even know what to do with herself. I mean, she was like for four years, I feel like I've just wasted my life. And, and now I'm like planting a garden and, and moving on. And so that, and it literally, it was, I got her to do it. She was probably doing it. I think I had her do it, put it on her steering wheel of her car. So every time she got in her car, she had to say it out loud. Um, she did a lot of driving, so she was, we had multiple times a day asking that question and yeah. Transformational. Yeah. Beautiful.Mischa Z: 00:47:44 And what was the other one that came to mind?Sheryne Wilson: 00:47:46 Um, again, it was around love again and I think it was like, what would I do? Um, I think it was how fulfilled. No, "if I knew how much I love myself, um, how much, how much could someone love me." "If I knew how much I love myself how much could someone love me?" And, uh, again, similar situation been through divorce. Hadn't dated in a year or years. Long time was looking to get back into that, but was struggling to feel worthy to date again and like, oh my God. But then a month she had men bowing to her and she's like going on. And like, she also started to really respect herself and she wasn't dating just these lack of a better term douche bags. She doesn't use bags anymore. And she started dating he's high standard, respectable men. And I was like, whoa, how this is powerful. And she's like, she still just says the man the mantra today. Um, and yeah, this is, she started saying a couple of years ago, but very powerful, very powerful technique.Mischa Z: 00:48:56 So good. Um, and again, everybody listening go to toolsforagoodlifesummit.com and you spoke on, I believe it was day one, mind day. And then there's also the VIP bonus interview where you drop, not only that Bob, but like, you're just, I mean, it was so powerful that the tools and the insights and, uh, um, like actionable content. Right. That's what I love is you were just like, here's a platter of actionable content to,Sheryne Wilson: 00:49:29 Because I don't usually do actionable content.Mischa Z: 00:49:32 Yeah. We, we sussed it out of you.Sheryne Wilson: 00:49:36 Right? You did. I'm so I'm so impressed. Usually I'm just like, I dunno, you just do it. You just do it on my table. It come, you know, book an appointment with me. We'll fix it. Yeah.Mischa Z: 00:49:46 Well you'll, you'll help if someone where someone goes, oh my gosh, urine's amazing. They call you up. You're going to obviously got to dig a little bit. Like, what's the issue? What are we going to work on? What technique do I want to apply? Where right. Like what what's best fit given, uh, given the, uh, the progress they want to make, I guess, but, and of course, innermindperformance.com. They can go there too. So I wrote down a few questions. I always like to, to take a moment and thank you for indulging me with all that. And, um, and I'm gonna, I'm gonna, I'm gonna try to think of something to put within framework, hold on, put within your framework. So the next time we talk, I can be like, Hey, I used that little trick and here's what it was. Right. So I'm going to, I'm going to think about that offline. I'll I'll come up with something and try it for the next time we talk. But I like to take like, Hey, source universe, infinite intelligence, God, call it whatever the heck you want. Like, you know, w w like, what are some questions? So here, are you ready?Sheryne Wilson: 00:50:56 I'm ready. Are you channeling? Is thatMischa Z: 00:50:58 What you're saying? I'm set. I did earlier, before I got on the call, I wrote down a few things. And so one of them was, I thought, what an opportunity to, cause I'm a guy or a girl or a man woman, however you want to say it. I was like, I wrote down, what's the biggest difference between men and women and how they deal, how they deal, or we could say how they deal with blank. That's what I got to. What's the, my question to you. What's the biggest difference between men and women and how we deal you fill in the blank.Sheryne Wilson: 00:51:34 Oh, wow. I think in how they deal with life and perception. Okay.Mischa Z: 00:51:43 Tell me thenSheryne Wilson: 00:51:47 This would require a full nother podcast. As I love talking about gender roles, and I love talking about programming and the pro or the programming that's come with gender, um, and gender roles. And, and I hope that doesn't offend anybody when I say gender, but I mean like the masculine and the feminine, um, yeah, I think, you know, the earliest programming is women are taught and, and I think that's changing. Um, but for definitely like our generation and up, I would say it's very much been, uh, women are less than and weaker. And, um, that's been a negative thing and, uh, men are, you know, stronger and women are sensitive, right? Women are sensitive and men are, you know, emotionally unavailable. Right. And, and men, I think like I literally have the picture of like a man in a suit with a briefcase walking down the street, logically, going to work and motionless, right.Sheryne Wilson: 00:53:01 Like emotionless, I should say. And a woman at home in the kitchen, um, you know, crying over a sad movie. And, and like, that is what I picture when you were talking that, because that is the program that I received at a young age. And what I have learned is that makes it difficult for men and women to relate because now we've created a barrier and we've created labels. And if you've ever heard me speak on clubhouse or anywhere, I hate labels, hate labels. I hate labels. I hate titles. I hate, I hate it when we do that. And I get why we do it so that we can compartmentalize and relate to what's going on. Cause we need to remember, I talked about distort, delete and filter what's happening. So it's a way that we filter things, but it does put things in a box. And what it, what it does is it says that women are overly sensitive and men are, you know, emotionally unavailable. Right. And I would say that makes it very difficult for men and women to be in connection and communication. If those are, if those are the, the labels and the programs that we've set before us,Sheryne Wilson: 00:54:27 I could go so deep into this,Mischa Z: 00:54:29 We have a few minutes. So don't, don't be scared if there's more you want to say, or you want me to ask a question if you're, if there's something on the tip of your tongue,Sheryne Wilson: 00:54:37 I think I, we can go a little bit. Woo Woo. I think, you know, I think the feminine, here's my honest opinion. I think the feminine energy, whether you identify as a female or not, or you just identify with that type of energy, I think the feminine is more powerful than the masculine. I truly believe that I believe the feminine energy, we can birth a human being, which we create life and we can squat that you ever seen Eliza Schlesinger. Yes. Right. And she's like, you know, and she's like, you know, we just wiggle out this human being and we're like, you know, and then we're like, oh, can you open this can for me? And it's like, she's like really like,Mischa Z: 00:55:20 Oh my God, that's amazing. Right.Sheryne Wilson: 00:55:22 It's just like what, um, I think the feminine energy that we possess, whether you're female or identify as female, whatever doesn't matter, um, is stronger and more powerful than any masculine energy out there. I also think that feminine energy will heal the masculine. I feel that women have, um, inverted and destroyed a lot of the sanctity of feminine energy and that it is actually quite sovereign and strong and powerful. It's not weak. It's not necessarily nurturing, nurturing as it is more sovereign. And I think that if women can tap into that, they would be able to heal men. Not that that's our responsibility, but I think it would heal the masculine. And I think that would allow the masculine to step into more of a feminine role or a feminine energy, which would soften men, which would allow more creativity, which again, I think it's about equality for me.Sheryne Wilson: 00:56:21 It's like the ying, the yang. It's like, we need the masculine, we need the feminine. And every human being needs to have a balance of the both. That is my perspective. And I have seen relationships in my personal life change when I step into more masculine energy. And when I step into feminine energy and when I learned to balance the time, the tact tone and timing of that, I can heal every man in my life. I have witnessed that before my eyes. And it is such a powerful role because I used to be one of those women that emasculated men, I chopped your balls off and I chewed them up and spit it out. And I thought I was being a bad-ass bitch. And then I realized that you crying in the corner did note like does nothing, that these men, men just want to be loved as much as women.Sheryne Wilson: 00:57:11 They want to be heard as much as women, it's just not acceptable. And that's part of the program. It's not socially acceptable for a man to come to work and be like, I'm having an off day I'm sad, you know, whereas women, it's totally acceptable to be like, I'm PMS'ing. I can be a because in PMS'ing scene, you know, like, all right, like a girlfriend messaged me and she's like, ah, I think I'm getting my period. I'm going to take today off. And I'm like, oh yeah. Okay, cool. But like, if a minute, you know, if one of my men, male friends messaged and he was like, my blood ball hurts, I think I'm going to skip work. Right. We'd be like, what? Like pull yourself up by your bootstraps. Like why you being a pussy? You know, like, you know, I'm just like, I used to be that girl that was like, why?Sheryne Wilson: 00:57:54 Like, if I saw a man cry, be like, why are you crying? Like why? And now when I'm in the presence of a man that cries, I'm like, I will hold space. Like I'm holding a child, excuse my language. But it's like, that is the most probably privileged state to, for a woman to ever be when a man shows real raw emotion. And I've learned to really appreciate, harness, captivate hold that, um, because it's just not allowed. And if men had more safe places to do that, the world would be a different place. And if women had more safe place to step into the masculine while being feminine, because we kind of went to the extreme, like w like before it was like women were like, you know, like these weak feeble, like stay at home, love me, you know, like just weak and feeble, whatever.Sheryne Wilson: 00:58:50 And then we swung and we're like, I want to be a bad ass bitch. And like, we want to like step into this masculine role. And it's like, I want the career and I want to pop out babies. And I want to look good and wear skinny jeans while doing it. And then we realized that we all started getting sick and dying and burning out. And we started castrating men because it's just not like, not meant to be like, we went so far to the extreme. Right. And like how many women were breaking down, like we're on my table. And they're like, I just understand what's happening. My hair's falling out, running a corporate nine to five job. I'm, you know, managing millions of dollars. Like they've stepped in this giant corporate masculine role. And they're like the queen at home too. Like, you know, taking charge of their family. And they're like, I don't know why I'm burnt out. And I'm like, well, because you have a uterus and your purpose is to nurture. So like, if you abandoned that you're going to burn out in the other ways. So I think it's about kind of finding that balance of like, yeah, I can be a bad-ass pitch and still cry, you know, and take a break and men can be, you know, corporate gurus or, you know, Kings of their household and have a bad day.Mischa Z: 01:00:05 Yeah. And not have it be a vicious bad day. Right. Like a lot of times that perhaps a bad day for man that justifies our, unloading our emotions in an unhealthy way. Right. Instead of crying or, or in a softer feminine sort of way where like agro or aggressive or vocal or intimidating, or, you know, um, maybe not encouraged how to like deal with that bad day. And, uh, in a, in a, in a, in a healthier manner, shall we say,Sheryne Wilson: 01:00:45 Well, it's because we've been repressed too for so long, you know, so many women are like, men are like Jeckel and Hyde. It's like, CA can you blame them? Like they have to play this role of like macho man or, you know, hero all day. And then it's like, they are just shoving their emotions down. And then you're asking them why they bought the wrong kind of cottage cheese. Right. And they're just like, like, I can't handle that anymore. And they just snap. And you're like, oh my God, what's your problem. And it's like, really? You know,Mischa Z: 01:01:21 Oh my god.Sheryne Wilson: 01:01:21 So hard. You know, women, I'm not saying women have it any easier. This is not about who has it easier or harder. It's something needs to change, you know, like, yeah. And I think, I think honestly, the feminine is leading the change. And if, because we, we are the ones that birth the child and therefore we create the life. And so you create the standards you create, you can create a lot more than you think.Mischa Z: 01:01:50 Yeah. Yeah. Thank you for that. When you say sovereign, what do you meanSheryne Wilson: 01:01:56 I'm addicted this word right now, sovereign sovereign is like, um, gracefully taking your authority is a, it's an, it's a deep knowing of, um, empowerment, um, sovereign, like, you know who you are, you know, where you're going. It's like, I picture this very like, um, noble queen, just taking her throne. The chaos is going on and she just leans forward and just says, you know, something really nurturing. And just knowing that you are handling the situation, you know who you are. You're not out of fear. And it's, there's a lot of grace and power that comes forth like sovereign.Mischa Z: 01:02:35 Does that make sense? It does. Thank you. I love that. Um, that's good. You, when you talk about women can heal men. What pops to my mind is not literally like needing to take action to heal them. It's it's like allowing, allowing for, for healing. You hold space. I guess we could, because I wrote down hold space. I think, I think that as a guy, like to me, I, I, when I quit my job so I can hold space for my boys. And what does that mean? That means I can be there for them. And oftentimes I didn't even need to do anything, but just be in the living room so that when they opened the door and looked out, they're like, yeah, dad's there. This is a safe space, right. Hold space. Without, without having to do anything else other than listen, or be there or hug or right. Does that, yeah. So go ahead. Go, go.Sheryne Wilson: 01:03:40 Yeah. No, I think like females are so used to them being in chaos and so used to them being rescued and being part of the, like being the problem, because we can, we just we're dramatic. We can be more dramatic, more emotional. And if women learn to rescue themselves and find that masculine energy that can rescue themselves and just chill the out, like that gives men the space to talk, because how many times has a man walked in the door or you've gone out to meet them. And you're like, oh my God, let me tell you about my day. And you just like, every woman does this. And it's just like "Blah", and they just vomit. And then they're like, what, why aren't you talking to me? Why aren't you sharing me? Why aren't you opening up? And the guy's like, because you're a disaster dude.Sheryne Wilson: 01:04:29 Like, and, you know, they're taught to like rescue the woman. So they're sitting there in silence, you know, cause that's how they don't know what to do. And it's like, if women just were like, learn to take care of deal with their own, you know, like you can save yourself and then once you deal with your own, that allows space for a man to be like, Hey, you're okay, because you're okay. Can I come cry on your lap? And you're like, yeah, yeah, here, here. And I'm not going to castrate you for it. Like, I'm not going to emasculate you while you do it. I'm going to still look at you tomorrow. Like you're a king, like, and certainly I get super passionate about it. I still,Sheryne Wilson: 01:05:12 And I I've had to learn this. I'm still learning this.Mischa Z: 01:05:18 I love it. Great, great lessons. Great. Great. Yes. Um, um, just quick time check. Um, I think I'm going to say, I think that, uh, the universe just had a great question for me to ask you, so thank you so much for that. Um, thank you so much for that. Um, I, I, was there anything that, um, you were hoping to speak on when you jumped on the podcast here that you didn't get a chance to talk about that?Sheryne Wilson: 01:05:53 No, I mean, I was, I'm such an open and easy going flow, whatever. Um, I didn't know what to expect and I was pleasantly surprised and I, as you know, there's multiple topics that I can and share about and, and I just kinda went with your leadings. So I think it's great.Mischa Z: 01:06:13 Well, fantastic. Um, again, everybody for more www.innermindperformance.com, When I'm looking over here, I'm looking at your website, which is super cool and there's some great programs and offerings and things to help to help people. Um, yeah. So check that out. And then of course, why wouldn't I talk about the www.toolsforagoodlifesummit.com yet again, go there and you can check out, uh, your, uh, Sheryne's awesome, um, interviews. So I think that's it. Uh, thank you so much for jumping on. I'm going to hit stop and then we'll say goodbye offline.Sheryne Wilson: 01:06:56 No, thank you so much. It's been awesome.
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