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Lore OlymPOD
93: Hades Daddy, Esq.

Lore OlymPOD

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 51:36


Covering Lore Olympus chapters 180 & 181, featuring:  The newborn god of irrelevant testimony Impending doom for Sicily courtesy of Ares Niobe being 100% right that her family is better than Leto's & more!

Rotoviz Radio
Javonte Williams Impending Eruption - The Mailbag

Rotoviz Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 40:37


The Fantasy Football Mailbag is powered by RotoViz Radio. HOST: Mike Randle (@RandleRant) FANTASY FOOTBALL MAILBAG Mike brings you the Fantasy Football Mailbag on RotoViz Radio. Each week he is joined by a special guest answering questions from around the fantasy football landscape. In this edition, he is joined by Ryan Noonan of BETSPERTS & 4for4football. They examine players through the lens of DFS, Dynasty, and seasonal leagues.  Guest: Ryan Noonan - (@rynoonan) - BETSPERTS & 4for4football SPONSORS RotoViz- RotoViz Radio listeners can save 10% off of a 1-year RotoViz subscription at RotoViz.com/podcast or by applying the discount code '2021rvradio' at checkout Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Threads Podcast: Life Unfiltered
Ep. 156 || Jason shares about his mom's impending death, Ben talks about the things he's learning in odd places, and both share what they are grateful for

Threads Podcast: Life Unfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 64:53


This was a hard episode. Jason's mom, who was abusive to him and his siblings growing up, was on death's doorstep as we recorded this episode. We hope that Jason's transparency and honesty about the situation is helpful to other adult children of abusive parents who are nearing death.We also chatted about a book that Ben is reading for work, and why it's so hard for Ben to be "told" what to do. Ben also talked about the TV drama A Million Little Things and how it is not his usual show. We wrap up by talking about the things we're grateful for, in the spirit of Thanksgiving this week.A Million Little Things: https://abc.com/shows/a-million-little-thingsSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/threadspodcast)

Softy & Dick Interviews
Jon Wilner on Apple Cup, impending decisions for UW ahead, Jake Dickert's chance to remain at WSU

Softy & Dick Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 20:10


Jon Wilner of The San Jose Mercury News joins Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain to discuss the upcoming Apple Cup, the quarterback and running back situations for Washington, if Jake Dickert will stay as WSU's Head Coach next year, UW's coaching search and Utah beating Oregon.

Vince and Jason Save the Nation
The Impending SCOTUS Decision On The TX Abortion Ban | Save The Nation Ep. 71

Vince and Jason Save the Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 39:29


In this episode, Vince and Jason review Dr. Alveda King's views on the Texas Abortion ban, discuss what should be considered an abortion and if a man has any say in the discussion.

Locked On Lakers - Daily Podcast On The Los Angeles Lakers
The Effect of LeBron's Impending Return, Frank Vogel's Job Security and The Lakers' Best Lineups.

Locked On Lakers - Daily Podcast On The Los Angeles Lakers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 37:33


LeBron James is officially listed as questionable for tonight's game in Boston against the Celtics, and ESPN's Dave McMenamin has reported that sources close to the situation peg him as "50/50." It's hard to feel completely confident about LeBron's availability today, given his recently slower recoveries from injuries, and the general malaise created this season by poor health, but there's little doubt his presence alone should help get the Lakers headed in a better direction. (Although frankly, if the team plays like they did against Milwaukee on the rest of this road trip, even without LeBron, they should win some games.) And the timing of LeBron's return matters. Not just for the team, but quite possibly for Frank Vogel's job security. The franchise didn't offer him much in the way of a commitment with a one-year extension, and should this turbulent start to the season continue, it's easy to speculate whether the team would part ways with the coach. It's sometimes easy to wonder if they're actually looking for a reason to rip the band-aid. It might not be fair to Vogel, but "fair" ain't part of this particular equation. And finally, is there a "best" lineup for the Lakers? Have we even seen enough to know? Hosts: Andy and Brian Kamenetzky SEGMENT 1: LeBron's return. Will it happen tonight? How much should we be worried about his availability moving forward? SEGMENT 2: How endangered, if at all, is Vogel's job if the Lakers keep hovering around .500? SEGMENT 3: What is the best lineup for the Lakers? Does it include Austin Reaves? Will it include Kendrick Nunn? Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Locked On Indians - Daily Podcast On The Cleveland Indians

1) Jose Ramirez finished 6th in the MVP voting. He should not have won the award. If you failed to include him in the top 10 then you don't get baseball.  2) Minor League Roster additions must be made by 6 PM Friday any player who is eligible for the Rule 5 and not added could be lost. We talk about the players who could be taken off and the slam dunks to be added. 3) We continue to focus on the players who could end up being added. We also focus on the names you don't need to worry about or are very unlikely to be added. Even if you might be reading the opposite out there. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Mully & Haugh Show on 670 The Score
Brad Biggs on Bears, Teven Jenkins' impending return

Mully & Haugh Show on 670 The Score

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 17:29


Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Brad Biggs of the Tribune to discuss the latest Bears storylines, including where rookie tackle Teven Jenkins should be used on the offensive line when he returns.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mully & Haugh Show on 670 The Score
Olin Kreutz on Bears, Teven Jenkins' impending return

Mully & Haugh Show on 670 The Score

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 12:00


Score analyst Olin Kreutz joined the show to discuss the state of the Bears as their second half gets going. And how will the Bears offensive line be configured when rookie tackle Teven Jenkins returns? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Yah Lah BUT...
#230 - Impending execution of M'sian drug trafficker draws international attention & anti-vaxx group‘s videos removed from YouTube

Yah Lah BUT...

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 67:53


This past week, the impending execution of a convicted Malaysian drug trafficker who allegedly has “severe mental disabilities" drew criticism from activists, international NGOs and even billionaire Richard Branson. Nagaenthran Dharmalingam's execution has since been delayed as he tested positive for COVID-19 in prison, but why the sudden international scrutiny on his death sentence? Also, Healing The Divide, an anti-vaxx group based in Singapore, was deemed to have violated YouTube's policies and had its videos removed from the platform. We discuss if this is the best way to combat the medical misinformation being peddled to the anti-vaxx or vaccine-hesitant people in SG.    Find us here! Our YLB Subreddit for detailed show notes and mindblowing discussions! YLB's own TikTok featuring 2 boom-llenials attempting to connect with Gen Z uwu Our YLB YouTube channel to watch videos of all our guest interviews! Our NEW YLB IG account run by our intern, Daras!   Impending execution of M'sian drug trafficker draws international attention Execution of Malaysian drug trafficker stayed after he gets COVID-19 - CNA Statement by the AGC Petition started to save man with intellectual disability from death penalty, MHA says he 'clearly understood nature of acts' Drug trafficker on death row found by High Court to have altered accounts to reflect lower education qualifications: MHA - CNA Lawyer for drug trafficker facing execution objected to disclosure of psychiatric records in court: AGC Chilling Letter Details Execution of 'Intellectually Disabled' Inmate - VICE Joint Local Statement on the death penalty case of Nagaenthran a/l K Dharmalingam in Singapore - EU Delegation to Singapore Stop the killing of Nagaenthran Dharmalingam - Richard Branson's Blog

The Frieze by NYY Recaps
The Impending Work Stoppage

The Frieze by NYY Recaps

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 17:14


In this episode - the impending MLB work stoppage, revisiting 1994, and the Yankees offseason checklist. 

Office Hours with Georgia Howe
Can We Defuse America's Impending Debt Bomb?

Office Hours with Georgia Howe

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 12:31


America has a bad spending habit. Nearly $29 trillion dollars in debt, and both political parties showing no sign of stopping their more and more expensive spending plans, what happens when that bill comes due? Writer, commentator and Distinguished Visiting Fellow at FreedomWorks joins to discuss Biden's $1.7 trillion spending plan and how America will pay off its growing debts.

Bitch Slap  ...The Accelerated Path to Peace!
Interview #43 Brahman Kyrie checks herself into prison…

Bitch Slap ...The Accelerated Path to Peace!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 44:17


Brahman Kyrie weaves trauma-informed inner child healing, with ancient Sanskrit mantras to liberate her clients from past traumas and blockages. Her wisdom teachings, coupled with emotional mastery are potent platforms for self-realization, personal empowerment, and attaining deep peace. Om Namo Narayani.Administrative: (See episode transcript below)Check out the Tools For A Good Life Summit here: Virtually and FOR FREE https://bit.ly/ToolsForAGoodLifeSummitCheck out Brahman Kyrie's stuff here: https://www.thebrahmanproject.com/brahmankyrieStart 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: contact@belove.mediaFor 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: [music]0:00:05.6 Mischa Zvegintzov: Welcome back, everybody to the Tools For A Good Life Summit. And right now, I would like to introduce to you, Brahman Kyrie. Brahman Kyrie, welcome to the Summit.0:00:16.7 Brahman Kyrie: Hi, thanks so much for having me.0:00:18.9 Mischa Z: Indeed. I'm gonna read your bio real quick, if you don't mind.0:00:22.4 Brahman Kyrie: Sure.0:00:23.2 Mischa Z: Fantastic. So Brahman Kyrie is a spiritual leader and energy healer who lives here in Encinitas, California. You founded the Brahman Project, a humanitarian foundation, focused on spiritual education for the soul, sacred ceremony, meditation healing, prison rehabilitation programs, which I can't wait to talk about for a moment, support for animals, both here in the US and globally. Brahman Kyrie has also created prison ministry programs, such as Freedom on the Inside Prison Project, and... Is it PFIFER Re Entry program?0:01:08.0 Brahman Kyrie: Uh-huh. Yeah, yeah.0:01:08.6 Mischa Z: Yeah, PFIFER Re Entry program. Yeah. And is completely devoted to serving your community, both in the temple and in the prison. Brahman Kyrie weaves trauma-informed inner child healing, with ancient Sanskrit mantras to liberate her clients from past traumas and blockages. Her wisdom teachings, coupled with emotional mastery are potent platforms for self-realization, personal empowerment, and attaining deep peace. Om Namo Narayani.0:01:45.0 Brahman Kyrie: Om Namo Narayani. Amen.0:01:48.4 Mischa Z: Amen. Yes. So, we were... You, before we were doing this, earlier this morning, texted me a bunch of pictures from about six years ago, when we were in India. Pictures from India.0:02:08.9 Brahman Kyrie: Yeah.0:02:09.6 Mischa Z: Yes, and we went and saw your guru.0:02:13.6 Brahman Kyrie: Went and saw Amma. There were some beautiful... I love the one in the selfie stick. I didn't really know how to use a selfie stick in, so I was taking photos and the whole selfie stick was in the photo. Did you see that? It's just really funny. Where Amma sort of... Yeah.0:02:27.5 Mischa Z: And so we saw Amma and not the hugging Amma, I know sometimes people can get confused. But we hung out with elephants, we fed orphans, we did many pujas, maybe you could tell somebody quickly what a puja is, 'cause we'll probably be talking about pujas, Satsangs, healings...0:02:54.5 Brahman Kyrie: All good stuff.0:02:56.0 Mischa Z: All good stuff. When I met you six, seven years ago, that none of it was in my radar, and all of a sudden out of a moment of spiritual desperation, the universe was like, you need to meet Brahman Kyrie and boink, there you were. So...0:03:12.2 Brahman Kyrie: Yeah. Well, I love our journey together, Mischa. I love that you came to India and all those sacred ceremonies and different things were new to me as well, and puja particularly is a sacred ceremony. It's a devotional ceremony, and the mind is a really fickle thing, and sometimes I'm a... I have a bit of an obsessive mind and I find it very hard to meditate quiet, I can't quiet my mind really... And then when we do puja, it's a ceremony where you focus your mind on something, so it can be a picture or it can be an idol, or it could be whatever, your dog or a plant or anything, you can do puja to anything, and you focus your mind on that thing and then you do like a devotional ceremony, whether that ceremony is flowers or the sacred bathing ceremony, you're pouring water on that statue or on the garden or whatever, and it actually brings in the divine energy and it expands your energy field and quietens your mind. And in that moment when you're doing the puja, it's like you're totally connected in with the divine energy. It's beautiful.0:04:27.8 Mischa Z: Yes, that's very beautiful. I've got to experience that meditation process and love it. And then Satsang, tell us what Satsang is, right? 'Cause that's a very power... Can be a very powerful experience as well, healing.0:04:44.8 Brahman Kyrie: It is very healing because it's the collective group. So Satsang means gathering of truth seekers, and so when we all get together like that and then we have this common will or the Sankalpa... The common will of the group is we want healing and freedom and liberation and activation, and so as we're chanting and we're singing and we're meditating, it's a guided meditation really, where we invoke the many name, different names and flavors of the Divine, we're multi-face, so it's like whatever you think we agree with you kind of thing, just do that follow your heart and so we invoke those names, and then we do a guided meditation, then throughout the guided meditation, there's songs that really bring in that divine energy really strongly, and then we have blessings at the end where it's like an activation of the divine energy that already lives within you, so it's kind of like that.0:05:41.7 Mischa Z: Yeah, I love that. I found it very transformational for me, just for everybody on the summit, when I met you, you encouraged me pretty quickly, "Hey, you should check out the Satsang and jump in the fray," and I was scared at first because I knew intuitively that when I breached the doorstep, that emotions were going to be let loose.0:06:12.6 Brahman Kyrie: Yeah.0:06:12.6 Mischa Z: Tears were gonna flow, and I wasn't sure if I was ready for it. And sure enough, first Satsang I walked into I just... I don't know if you remember...0:06:26.5 Brahman Kyrie: I remember you doing all of that, yes.0:06:29.3 Mischa Z: Yes, yes. Many tears for a couple of years, but incredibly healing. I like to say that up until that point, my journey with emotions was, take on more than I was letting out. Finally, somewhere along the way, I learned how to let out what I was taking in. So I was still... But I still had all of this pent up emotion, but at least, I wasn't bringing more in, and then that was my opportunity after life got lifey to really let out emotions, very powerful. So you've since brought that into the prisons.0:07:13.5 Brahman Kyrie: Yeah, totally. It's actually two of my favorite places on the planet is in here in the temple and in a prison. And it's like, I love it, and they are my people for sure. And we do Satsang there, we do trauma-informed healing, which is a lot of the private healings that I do as well is that trauma-informed healing with the inner child where we regress in a meditative kind of space. We regress back to reclaim the frozen parts of self, the little boy or the little girl that had those traumatic experiences of abandonment, rejection, or abuse, or trauma, and we reclaim those parts of us and we allow ourselves. I support the group or the person or whatever like was done for me to go back and actually feel those feelings that they weren't able to feel that time, 'cause there was a split from self. And in order to survive the trauma, there's a split that happens where we don't feel those feelings, but they get frozen inside of us. And so, part of what I'm doing in the prison and actually my whole practice is built on it is healing the inner child, the vulnerable self through reclaiming, reclaiming them, yeah.0:08:32.9 Mischa Z: Yeah. And I'll say quickly, for me, I think I'm balanced, I think... I got to do brief stints in jail in my teen years.[chuckle]0:08:45.1 Brahman Kyrie: Right. Then you know.0:08:47.4 Mischa Z: But never any serious prison time. But I think for me, I had divorce, I had career upheaval, I had another fractured relationship, so my heart was just broken when we had met. And this healing that you're talking about, it was so powerful to have a safe space to let out those emotions and to feel loved and to feel sisterhood and some motherhood and brotherhood, and really have a safe place to just sob it out.[chuckle]0:09:25.8 Brahman Kyrie: Yeah. And that's truly what we need. We need a safe place, safe people, we need the space that's being held, so that we can reclaim those parts and allow the heart to release that trauma.0:09:40.1 Mischa Z: Yeah. And then I know I've had an opportunity to lightly interact with some of the people that you've got to work within the prison system, and you're not just... I don't wanna... Everybody watching here, that's just a small piece of what you do, but it's so powerful that I think it's fun to talk about.0:09:57.8 Brahman Kyrie: Totally.0:10:00.0 Mischa Z: Yeah. And there's a great picture on your website, the Brahman Project, where you're leading a Satsang in Donovan State Prison and it's beautiful.0:10:13.8 Brahman Kyrie: Yeah, with that really large group, I think you're talking about, there was 180 guys, and they said it was the first time they'd ever felt safe enough to close their eyes in prison in a group that large. And you could just feel the presence of the divine, you could feel the love. And I went in there with all of the sisterhood that you're talking about, all the Devis, the women that make up this community as well to get the blessings and...0:10:39.9 Mischa Z: Yes.0:10:40.0 Brahman Kyrie: We all went in to together. And so, it was like the feminine healing the masculine and also the masculine healing the feminine... It was this beautiful exchange that happened and it was a profound experience actually.0:10:52.1 Mischa Z: Yeah. And so you're seeing, and I get to see through the work you're doing, prisoners, there's some healing going on, so it's beautiful to see. And obviously, they're responding... Some, not everybody, but some are responding.0:11:07.7 Brahman Kyrie: A lot, a lot actually. And then the beautiful thing is when they get out, then they have also a community that they can... A spiritual community that still fosters and supports what they've been learning in there. I think, historically, there's been a little bit of a... There's been a crack in the road where people get lost when they get out, and it's like, "No, we wanna support their spiritual growth, and when they get out too, of course. And they become part of our community." That's cool.0:11:34.7 Mischa Z: Yeah, cool. And then, obviously, if we wanted to say normies, not, those of us are lucky enough that our past crimes didn't bring us to prison.[chuckle]0:11:46.2 Brahman Kyrie: Yeah, yeah. Only jails. [chuckle]0:11:47.0 Mischa Z: Yeah. But you help, let's just say, plenty of normies. Let's just label ourselves as normies out there, with great access into a very healing, nurturing, spiritual community. And I like how you say it, it's open to all. Very...0:12:11.5 Brahman Kyrie: All, yeah.0:12:12.7 Mischa Z: Yeah, yeah, yeah, fantastic. And then... I think we'll save your history, people can go to your website and learn about the before and after, right. So it's been a journey for you as well. I think it's 2006 to 2010?0:12:34.6 Brahman Kyrie: Very good. Yeah, 2006, I stopped drugging, and then away I went and in recovery and yeah.0:12:43.6 Mischa Z: Yeah. And then...0:12:44.1 Brahman Kyrie: My life wasn't always a spiritual one, let's put it that way.0:12:46.7 Mischa Z: Yeah, and... In Australia, if there was a moment where you were looking for stardom, shall we say and actually had a little bit of that, right? You got it in the movies, the commercials, the singing.0:13:02.2 Brahman Kyrie: Yeah. I was successful. I'd been doing that my whole life, so I was successful, I knew how to do it, financially, it helped me, supported me, my lifestyle, I think. And then the Divine had another plan for me, and I wasn't really ready for it. And I was kicking and screaming, "No, I wanna, get me in the door, I want the casting, I want the films and the TV stuff," and the Divine was like, "Mm, mm, mm."0:13:29.5 Mischa Z: So what year... When was that approximately that you had that?0:13:32.2 Brahman Kyrie: That was about 2010 actually. So 2006 got clean and sober, 2010, the life as I knew it as a model-actress-dancer was removed from my life and then my soul's mission dropped in.0:13:47.7 Mischa Z: It's beautiful.0:13:49.1 Brahman Kyrie: Yeah, yeah. Yeah.0:13:50.8 Mischa Z: Okay, fantastic. So I think let's get to the final question on how we can help people, and so I'm gonna give you a scenario and I think we can just use mine and then I'll ask you the question and... We'll go from there, okay?0:14:07.8 Brahman Kyrie: Yeah.0:14:08.1 Mischa Z: Yeah, fantastic. So we've got somebody, if we think of life as a three-legged stool, relationships, finance, health, and then if we think of someone who is successful, let's say an A-type successful or once successful where two or more of those legs fall out from under them, that can be the hard thing, right. For me, so... I was successful, had the wife, the kids, the finances were in order. And then when one of those cracked, divorce and then career upheaval, and I think it's when two of those legs of the stool go out that it can get really gnarly.0:14:52.0 Brahman Kyrie: Yeah.0:14:52.0 Mischa Z: Yeah, and so for me, up until that point, I was very much pull myself up by my bootstraps, fix it, work my way through it, success my way through it, and unfortunately the pain was too great and I needed new tools, I needed new solutions new help. And by the grace of God, I was open-minded. So given that scenario, my question to you is thinking of your tool, energy work, or however you'd like to frame it.0:15:25.8 Brahman Kyrie: Sure.0:15:27.2 Mischa Z: What are the exact next steps you would offer someone like me that was in that state, so that I knew I was headed in the new right direction that I would have positive momentum towards getting my life back on track?0:15:44.1 Brahman Kyrie: Right. Well, if you came to me as a client and that was what was going on for you, I would support you to plug in immediately to the spiritual community, whether it's this one or another spiritual community as far as people doing the same thing. As far as healing and all that kind of stuff, so you're kind of surrounded by like-minded people, because I think sometimes when we have those really big sort of catastrophes where we think our life is imploding, we can think we're the only ones, and that I think that idea can be really dangerous for us when we're trying to heal because we can go into the isolation, and we can go into all of that stuff, and it's like, well, actually it's very common, and particularly when our soul is trying to become embodied, it's like a lot of the things that were normal get removed, a lot of the things that we've relied on for our identity and stuff like that, are removed from us, and so when we are on the spiritual path, that stuff does tend to happen, so I would say, "Fear not," that's the first thing I'd say is, "Fear not, don't worry, this happens all the time," and I would get them to connect with a spiritual community, for sure, as I said, whether it was this one, or whether it was the Buddhist community, or wherever... Wherever they feel like they need to go.0:17:07.1 Mischa Z: Yeah.0:17:09.1 Brahman Kyrie: And then I would also support them, so a lot of the things that I do personally for myself when I'm...0:17:15.4 Mischa Z: Can I ask you a question before you go down that path?0:17:18.8 Brahman Kyrie: Yeah.0:17:18.8 Mischa Z: When you say plug in immediately to a spiritual community...0:17:25.8 Brahman Kyrie: Yeah.0:17:27.3 Mischa Z: So it's like, "Hey, start looking," right? At least start looking, explore, right, if not yours, then go walk through some door steps. Right?0:17:42.2 Brahman Kyrie: Get online. Like for people... Get online, have a look at spiritual community, different like yoga, meditation, whatever in your area, if you wanna go in person or get online and join a group. And if you were in this community, I'd say come to Satsang on a Sunday morning, or we're having this community dinner, come to that, so I just invite people to things and stuff like that, because we are meant to be in community. We're actually meant to be in community. And so that's what we got, if those legs are a bit wobbly, that's one of the first things that at a really baseline level will help us become stable again is being around other people that are doing the same thing, and get our nervous system in a place of security. So that's the first thing I'd sort say.0:18:32.0 Mischa Z: I love it.0:18:32.8 Brahman Kyrie: And because of what I do personally, like my personal practice, when I have meltdowns and bad hair days, and all of that stuff, right?0:18:41.6 Mischa Z: Yes.0:18:43.0 Brahman Kyrie: I do a lot of prayer, and I do a lot of Puja, and I also do a lot of mantra. So I know Puja might be a little outside of the box for some people, even though it's not when you keep doing it. I thought, when I first started doing it, I was like, "What the hell are these people doing? This is crazy." I don't understand... My Western brain couldn't understand it.0:19:06.0 Brahman Kyrie: So then I kept doing it though, and now it's like the energy that comes from it is palpable and it changes my vibration straightaway. But also another really easy thing to do is mantra. And there's a very simple mantra that you just said before, and that I say all the time, that covers everything is Om Namo Narayana, which in essence just means I surrender to the divine. I surrender to the power in everything. I surrender to the divine.0:19:32.5 Brahman Kyrie: And so, definitely one of my tools that I always use, if life is looking a little uncertain... I don't know where I'm going. I'm struggling with money. I'm struggling with my relationships. I feel not part of a community... Or whatever the story is, whatever is going on for me, I will spend time every day chanting mantra. And particularly that one, 'cause it's a surrender mantra. And so it's not that I'm trying to figure anything out, it's literally I'm saying, "I can't. You can." To the divine, and I'm gonna let you.0:20:09.4 Brahman Kyrie: So it's kind of that thing. And I just keep my energy there. So I make sure I pack my brain in a safe place, 'cause we're constantly creating... And when this is spinning out of control down that fear spiral of like, "I'm gonna have no money. I'm gonna be on the street... I'm gonna have no success... I'm gonna be a non-entity... I'm gonna... " When that's doing that, which is what it does, right? 'Cause it does...0:20:33.6 Mischa Z: Yes, yes.0:20:34.7 Brahman Kyrie: And I park my brain in a safe place, which is the mantra, and then I just do that consistently. And then before too long, my energy is a little bit better. And I personally do the inner child work, where is I have that... I put my hand on my heart straightaway... Like say for example, if I feel rejected or if I feel like I've been left out of something, which happened not that long ago. And so... It happens. So I had this big emotional reaction to something that wasn't even what... It was so disproportionate. So that's why I know it was my little girl... And probably some triggers from a long time ago. But I had this really big emotional reaction to not being invited to this birthday party... Just a really big reaction.0:21:25.6 Brahman Kyrie: But luckily, I knew, "Ah, this is my little girl." And so I put my hand on my heart, and I had to do this for a few days. And I just said to her, "I'm right here. I'm not leaving you. You are totally lovable. I love you. I see you. I hear you, and I'm not leaving you." So I had to... I really let her know that no matter what she feels like she's been not a part of, that she is the biggest part of my heart. She's the most important person to me. And when I do that, my whole energy changes and then I feel, "You know what... It's okay. Everything's okay." Everything's alright.0:22:06.7 Mischa Z: Yeah. I love that. And we can use vibration and energy interchangeably, right? 'Cause I think sometimes we'll say, "My vibration changes." And it's almost... You could say, "I got a better attitude."0:22:18.2 Brahman Kyrie: That's it. That's exactly what it is. Same, same. Yep.0:22:20.3 Mischa Z: Yeah. And I think as far as mantra is concerned, again, along the lines of like Google that, right? Like Google a mantra, or Google a prayer, or Google a...0:22:32.4 Brahman Kyrie: That's it.0:22:32.4 Mischa Z: Self-affirming...0:22:33.4 Brahman Kyrie: Belief.0:22:36.4 Mischa Z: Belief... I love it. And then you were saying obviously the she... You're referencing the little Brahman Kyrie, or the little Brahman Kyrie in there. And for me, it'd be the little Mischa, or the him, right?0:22:48.2 Brahman Kyrie: Yeah, yeah.0:22:49.0 Mischa Z: It's a him.0:22:49.9 Brahman Kyrie: Yeah.0:22:50.3 Mischa Z: Yeah. I love that.0:22:51.3 Brahman Kyrie: 'Cause all we really want is to... We have those inner child needs. So we have this need for security, we have this need for love, this need for approval, this need for acceptance, this need for attention, this need for hope, and this need for rest. So we have those needs. And when... Say, if we have a big catastrophe in our life, and some of those needs are really threatened, we need to be able to give that to ourselves... So all of the approval and the acceptance and all that. I need to be able to give that to myself, and then I need to find safe, dependable adults... So it's people that I... That are part of my crew that I feel safe with that I can share that stuff with. So that's really important as well.0:23:39.4 Mischa Z: I love it. Okay, and you were gonna... So we had to plug in immediately to a spiritual community, do a little footwork... Find something, get some mantra... Get that mantra tool that... And I would even say if I heard from you, it's like turn it over to something versus like, "Hey, you've got me, you're holding me, I'm safe." What have you.0:24:03.9 Brahman Kyrie: Yep.0:24:05.5 Mischa Z: Okay, cool. And then next, what are next steps? What do we... And I think you were gonna say something, if you were a client of mine and then I cut you off and I didn't...0:24:13.5 Brahman Kyrie: No... I'd for sure I would always... I always, always, always recommend the inner child stuff, like really connecting with the little boy or little girl within. That's definitely a tool that I use daily. I use that daily. We're emotional beings, we're never gonna not have emotions. We're always gonna feel. And particularly to be honest, as we're on the path... If we're on a spiritual path and we're becoming more energized and we are having more energy coming to our being, we're gonna need to parent that little girl or little boy more as we go.0:24:48.7 Brahman Kyrie: It's not that all of a sudden we're gonna be so spiritual that we're gonna not feel anything. That's just not... You go, "I wish it could be like that, then it wouldn't be so tricky." But it's never gonna be that. We're always gonna feel. And so we have to develop that relationship with our emotional nature, with our little girl, or little boy, our feeling, our inner child. And then it's like parenting that little child on the run. So when you're in traffic or whatever, someone's cut you off or... It's like immediately, if you... Before going into that rage or whatever, it's like, "It's okay, little one. It's okay. It doesn't even matter. It's totally fine. Who cares?" You know?0:25:28.5 Mischa Z: Yeah.0:25:28.6 Brahman Kyrie: Just that. So it's constant parenting of that emotional self. So parenting the inner child, the mantra for sure, and the... It can be any mantra because it's all... They're all sacred sounds. And so their energy is always gonna help attune your energy to something more high vibrational.0:25:46.9 Mischa Z: Okay.0:25:47.3 Brahman Kyrie: So anything like that is good. You could just sit there... And the beautiful thing about the mantra is that you don't need anything... It's great if you have a mala, but you don't need a mala, you can count on your knuckles. You can...0:26:00.5 Mischa Z: Yeah.0:26:00.7 Brahman Kyrie: You know... Or you can just sit there and just keep chanting Om, if you want, you know.0:26:05.6 Mischa Z: Om... Yeah.0:26:06.8 Brahman Kyrie: So that's cool.0:26:07.6 Mischa Z: Yeah... Love it.0:26:09.5 Brahman Kyrie: Definitely surrender. Always about the surrender. And I would also suggest that they do guided meditation. So find a really good guided meditation, and particularly a meditation that works with your energy field. So I've got a couple of really good ones that I always use myself and that I recommend for other people as well. There are some that are mine, but also some that are like... Shakti Durga has a great arch-angelic one that is just brilliant. And you can use it when you first start on the spiritual path, you could use it when you're 50 years down the track, it's still gonna have a really great effect on your energy body.0:26:51.1 Mischa Z: Yes, thank you for reminding me that. 'Cause I used many of those that you're talking... That you provided to me. And I believe we are going to... On the bonus area, we're gonna make some of your meditations available... Correct?0:27:06.2 Brahman Kyrie: Yes, yeah. We are.0:27:06.5 Mischa Z: I love that. Some of your guided meditations. Tell me surrender. So, I think surrender is a great strategy. So tell me a tactic to surrender... So it's like... It's easy to say, "Oh, just surrender." But then it's like, "Well, what does that mean?"0:27:22.3 Brahman Kyrie: Yeah.0:27:23.1 Mischa Z: How?0:27:23.8 Brahman Kyrie: How? So if I am in mental obsession, or if I am... If I have this great idea... It could be a really, really good thing that I'm sort of attached to. But if I'm in that attached place, I know that the attachment makes it not a good thing, even if it's a really...0:27:43.9 Mischa Z: Yeah.0:27:44.1 Brahman Kyrie: You know what I mean? So even if it's like, "Oh... " Like, I was once attached to getting a spiritual temple, and that... Because of that attachment, it blinded me to a lot of things that were right in front of me that I didn't see. And so even if it's a really good thing that we're trying to manifest, or that we're trying to create in our life, if we have attachment to it, the attachment makes it not that great. And so we can still have that preference.0:28:07.5 Brahman Kyrie: And so what I do, is I'll sit at my altar, or I'll sit in a sacred place, whether it's out in the garden or whatever. And I'll just literally say to the divine or whatever... To God, or Amma, or whoever. I give you this, please take this from me. I give you this, please take this and lead me to who you'd have me be. What do you want me to do? Where do you want me to be? I do all that stuff, but then I also... If I've said that prayer, and I've said it a few times during the day, I still take action, that supports maybe getting that thing that I'm thinking about. I still take the action, but I always make sure that I've prayed first, so it kind of cleans up the energy, before I do it.0:28:51.3 Mischa Z: I love that.0:28:51.9 Brahman Kyrie: Yeah.0:28:52.1 Mischa Z: I love that. I love that. Yeah. Fantastic. Good. Cool. What else? What else?0:29:00.0 Brahman Kyrie: What else? Let me think. What else? What else? What else is there?0:29:08.7 Mischa Z: Well, I... Oh yeah, go ahead.0:29:10.8 Brahman Kyrie: No you go ahead.0:29:10.9 Mischa Z: And I think... I think you could tell me because you're... I think for everybody watching and listening, when we get in that state, it's like I don't need the full transformation... Just get me pointed in the right direction... And I just need 1% movement, so that it's like, "Oh yeah. Okay. There's hope," right?0:29:37.8 Brahman Kyrie: Yeah. And... I love that. And it's like... I shared this the other week, I can't remember who I got it from. I got it from someone. It was like, to get from this side of the country to the other side of the country, it doesn't need to be light the whole way, you just need to be in a car with headlights that illuminate a few meters in front of your car... In the darkness. And it's exactly what you're saying. Is like, I don't need to see the whole picture. I don't need to know who's gonna be there, what it's gonna feel like, am I gonna be happy. I don't need to know all that stuff. I just need to see a little bit in front of where I'm going, and then when I pray and get my energy aligned, with the divine, through mantra, or surrender, or whatever... Inner child work... Then I'm more open to just taking that next right action, instead of having to know the whole thing. It's like, I don't need to know the whole thing, I just need the next bit.0:30:28.7 Mischa Z: Yeah. It's beautiful. Thank you for this.0:30:32.7 Brahman Kyrie: Yeah.0:30:32.7 Mischa Z: So, if I... And we'll just take one more angle at it. So I roll in... Say the me rolls in like I did six years ago, and I'm like, "I'm... Brahman Kyrie, I'm all in." Like get me pointed in the right direction. You're gonna say, "Okay, great, tap into some spiritual... Into the... To a spiritual community." Let's assume it's yours. And then you're gonna sit down with them and you're gonna say, "Okay, here's a... Do A, B, C, D."0:31:00.5 Brahman Kyrie: Yeah... If you walked in, I would say, "Okay, let's get you connected with some other people walking the same path as you." So you understand that you're not alone, 'cause we're not alone. So I'll get you connected with a community. And then, another thing that I would also get you to do, because it seems so counter-intuitive, and such a foreign thing. But really, when we're having those big catastrophes in our life, where it feels like our whole life is changing, or crumbling before us... What we could do, which is gonna help us tremendously, is acts of service. Is actually, acts of service, that help us to... If I was gonna speak in spiritual terms, when we're having those big catastrophes and pain and whatever, we're clearing something as well, we're clearing some karma, we're clearing some pain, we're clearing... We're opening up into new parts of who we are, while the old parts are maybe dying, which feels really awful because it's change and no one likes change.0:32:08.4 Brahman Kyrie: But it's also a really good thing. And what helps us to get our minds off of all that stuff is just being of service. So I would for sure support them to start being of service either in this community or go and sign up and do something in someone else's community. Whatever it is, is like while you're going through this rapid change and transformation... 'Cause that's what it is... Particularly if we're on the path and that's happening, it's like it's transformation, even though our head goes, "Oh my God, I'm dying." It's actually transformation. And so until the mind catches up, it's like go and be of service, hook into a spiritual community.0:32:54.3 Brahman Kyrie: I would probably do some energy work with them, where we use mantra and the inner child. Because when... The thing about those big catastrophes is it opens us up to be able to clear things that we've held on to our whole lives that maybe have been shoved down for a really long time. So when those really big moments happen and it feels like there's a big cracking of the egg moment like we're cracking open, we're actually more capable of and open to healing that pain.0:33:24.5 Mischa Z: Yeah.0:33:25.1 Brahman Kyrie: I would work with them clearing that pain for sure.0:33:28.5 Mischa Z: I love it. And then... And just to touch on act of service real quick... That could be go feed the homeless. It could be go feed... I'm just thinking of things that I know that I have friends... Have done. They go volunteer and feed animals or horses, carrots or whatever. I mean there's...0:33:47.1 Brahman Kyrie: That's it. That's it.0:33:48.5 Mischa Z: The litany of what you can do, right?0:33:49.5 Brahman Kyrie: Go to prison, go plant a community garden to feed the homeless. Go and give clothes to the women's shelters, go and... All of those things... Even go to a temple and see if you can help with the flowers. Or go to a school and read to the children, or... All that stuff is like... While we've got all that stuff that's coming up, we have to give the mind something else to focus on, otherwise...0:34:17.7 Brahman Kyrie: There was a little story that I told the other day that I'd read from Amma. And you know this because you've bathed Vaishnavi... So you know the beautiful big elephant that we bathed in India. So Amma says that, when Vaishnavi has got a sugarcane in her mouth... Like, good luck trying to get her to drop it. And... Because she's not gonna drop it unless you give her something sweeter than the sugarcane and then she'll drop it. And so the mind is like that... It's like it's gonna keep spinning that story of trauma and pain and doom... Impending doom, until you give it something else to hold on to and focus on, then it will drop that other thing. And before you know it, it's like you've climbed out of that hole and life isn't doomsday anymore.0:35:04.4 Mischa Z: I love it, that's beautiful. Thank you. It's so good. It's so poignant. I've experienced it myself. I've seen you experience it. And it's such a great reminder 'cause it's very easy to get stuck in the me, me, me loop where it's like, "Okay, start doing that again, act of service." And even looking for an act of service can start to free the mind.0:35:25.6 Brahman Kyrie: It will definitely, absolutely.0:35:27.6 Mischa Z: And then quick, so someone says, "I liked what you said you gave... " You literally gave an example of how to soothe the inner child. So maybe someone who's like, "Alright, I'm willing to dabble with this inner child stuff, but I don't know if I wanna get a session yet." But...0:35:45.8 Brahman Kyrie: Sure. Sure.0:35:48.1 Mischa Z: You... Maybe another trick, if you were to be like... If I was like "Hey, Brahman Kyrie. Man, my inner child... What can I do quick?" [laughter]0:35:58.4 Brahman Kyrie: I'll tell a funny story, actually. It's an old story, but it's funny. Because we've all got the inner child, it doesn't matter how spiritual we think we are... So many years ago, I was running a meditation in Australia actually, and there was one student of mine who every Wednesday night after the meditation, he'd come back to my house and we'd get pizza and we'd work on the business side of my life... And my inner child loved it. I just loved it. I loved getting the pizza, I loved doing the work on the business, and he was really helpful. And this one Wednesday night, I finished the meditation, I was packing up the altar. And he approached me after meditation and he goes, "Brahman Kyrie I'm really sorry, but I can't come back to your place tonight. I'm taking her home."0:36:50.0 Brahman Kyrie: And showed me this girl... And immediately I was like, the jealousy and possessiveness... It was like rah... I was so annoyed. But I was like, "Oh my God, inner child, inner child." And so in that moment, I very quickly just said to that energy, that was like volcanic, that was jealousy, possessiveness whatever. I said to her, "It's okay, little one, you don't own him. I'll eat pizza with you tonight, and we'll catch up with him next week."0:37:19.2 Brahman Kyrie: And then immediately the energy started to dissipate. It's like I expanded through the emotion and was able to calm the emotion. And if I hadn't have done that, what would have come... 'Cause I ended up saying, "Of course, yeah, no worries. It's totally fine." But if I hadn't have done that, probably what would have come out of my mouth was, "Don't worry about it, see ya... Catch you later.”[laughter]0:37:42.8 Brahman Kyrie: And so we don't wanna do that, but that's the little girl. It's like a little kid wants her pizza, wants her friend, wants her... So just those... Whenever I'm emotionally disturbed, it's my little girl. And it's like a little kid, it's literally like... And you wouldn't... If there was a little kid feeling jealous or angry or screaming, you wouldn't berate the kid and criticize the kid. You'd say, "It's okay, no worries. It's gonna be alright." And we're gonna do this instead... A little detour. We're gonna do this. And so literally that stuff works with our emotions, it literally does. And what I have found is that it actually transmits the energy that was the jealousy and the rage and the possessiveness into a whole new energy, and then it's okay.0:38:32.5 Brahman Kyrie: And so the hand on the heart is a really beautiful physical way that the body and the being, the little self with a small 's', the little kid, feels the love. And you're just, "It's okay, little one. I got you. Don't worry about what they're doing. And it doesn't matter what's happening around us, I'm not leaving you." And that constant affirmation of they're not abandoned... 'Cause I think sometimes when we've been abandoned as kids, we adopt that program, and we do it to ourself a lot. And then they just need to know... We need to repair that relationship. And they need to know that we're not leaving them. It doesn't matter. It doesn't matter.0:39:11.0 Mischa Z: Yeah. Beautiful. Thank you. I love that advice.0:39:14.5 Brahman Kyrie: Sure.0:39:14.5 Mischa Z: Yeah that's good. I think that's a good place to end this section. So if this interview for everybody watching with Brahman Kyrie, aka Brahman Kyrie, has been fantastic. And you want to get even more from Brahman Kyrie, upgrade to the all-access pass for that bonus interview. Which is gonna be awesome 'cause I know you have so many good tales to tell. Any final thoughts to share, that we did not get a chance to cover?0:39:47.4 Brahman Kyrie: I just think that we should always try to remember how precious we are, and how precious each one of us is. I think that really is something that... It's always good to remember that, I think, about ourselves and about each other.0:40:02.8 Mischa Z: Yeah, thank you for that.0:40:04.4 Brahman Kyrie: Yep. Yep.0:40:05.1 Mischa Z: I love that. Very good, and everybody can find you at thebrahmanproject.com, that's www.the... B-R-A-H-M-A-N project.com. Her Satsang's live... Tell them where they can literally jump in.0:40:30.3 Brahman Kyrie: Yeah, so you can join Satsang live through Facebook on Brahman Kyrie Shanti. Either my public figure page or my personal page. You can actually attend the Satsangs live if you're a local at EVE Encinitas, which is 575 South Coast Highway, the 101 in Encinitas. And that's 8:30 to 10:30 every Sunday morning. The prison, if you wanna look on the prison website, it's freedomontheinside.org. If people wanna check out there, because that's another place that you can be of service if you want.0:41:02.7 Mischa Z: Love it, freedomontheinside.org. Alright, fantastic. Everybody remember, click the button on this page to get unlimited access to all of these interviews in the all-access pass. Brahman Kyrie, thank you so much. Yes.0:41:20.2 Brahman Kyrie: Lots of love, Mischa. You're amazing.0:41:22.7 Mischa Z: Thank you. You too. Thank you.[music]

Yahoo Sports NFL Podcast
Emails, legal fees & s**t-talking: inside WFT, Watson and NFL owners' impending knife-fight

Yahoo Sports NFL Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 72:46


A story broke on Wednesday that may have gone under-the-radar for most NFL fans, but has the potential to snowball into the largest story of the year. ESPN's Seth Wickersham reported that emotions reportedly ran high during a closed-door meeting of the NFL's owners on Tuesday. Los Angeles Ram's owner Stan Kroenke made it clear he no longer plans to cover the other owners' legal fees as the league is currently embroiled in a legal battle over the Rams relocation from St. Louis to L.A.Needless to say, when tens of millions, if not billions, of dollars are at stake – it did not go over well.Charles Robinson is joined by Yahoo Sports' managing editor Al Toby to dive into this bombshell news and rare glimpse into how the NFL's cabal of 31 owners behave when doors are closed. They discuss why an all-out legal war between NFL ownership could be unprecedented & how ownership fractures are beginning to form around the Washington Football Team's continued legal woes.Later, they circle back to the latest on Deshaun Watson's status with the Houston Texans. With trade terms reportedly agreed upon with the Miami Dolphins – there's still one thing preventing the two sides from executing the deal.In other news, Mike Tomlin recently delivered an epic press conference, shutting down rumors that he's a contender for the open job at USC. The guys break down why Tomlin is 100% right and 1000% not going to college.To close out the show, Charles & Al preview three games heading into Week 8, the COVID-diminished Green Bay Packers taking on the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday night, an AFC South tilt between the surging Indianapolis Colts & Tennessee Titans and Sunday night's Halloween matchup between the Dallas Cowboys & Minnesota Vikings.Stay up to date with the latest NFL news and coverage from Yahoo Sports on Twitter @YahooSportsNFL.Follow Charles @CharlesRobinsonPlease support Terez Paylor's legacy by supporting the Terez A. Paylor scholarship at Howard University:• Buy an All-Juice Team hoodie or tee from BreakingT.com/Terez. All profits directly fund the scholarship.• Donate directly at giving.howard.edu/givenow. Under “Tribute,” please note that your gift is made in memory of Terez A. Paylor. Under “Designation,” click on “Other” and write in “Terez A. Paylor Scholarship.”Check out the rest of the Yahoo Sports podcast family at https://apple.co/3zEuTQj or at yahoosports.com/podcasts See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

3 Man Front
10-27-21 3 Man Front Hour 1: Brad Edwards, Auburn-Ole Miss, Landrum's impending tattoo

3 Man Front

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 46:31


3 Man Front began Wednesday's first hour with Landrum rather excited that the Braves snapped their 8-game losing streak in the World Series.  With that, he also realizes how close to reality the tattoo on his behind is shaping up.  22:18 - Brad Edwards explains why he sees Cincinnati being 3rd or 4th when next week's CFP rankings are released.  40:45 - Listeners chime in on why the committee won't ever put a G5 team in the playoff.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Pacers Sound
The Sideline Guys Powered by Gainbridge: On LeVert's Impending Return, Duarte, The Defense

Pacers Sound

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 53:13


On this edition of The Sideline Guys Powered by Gainbridge, Pat Boylan and Jeremiah Johnson discuss the impact of Caris Levert's impending return, defensive struggles through 4 games, and a stellar opening week for rookie Chris Duarte. Minute Markers: 0:45 - LeVert Latest 12:05 - Looking Back at First Four 15:45 - Chris Duarte's Strong Start 18:30 - Myles Turner's Start 27:30 - Pacers/Heat 39:50 - Pacers/Bucks

Winfluence - The Influence Marketing Podcast
Who Will Win the Impending Influencer Marketing Software War?

Winfluence - The Influence Marketing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 15:11


Influencer marketing software is, in many ways, the backbone of our industry. Sure, you can feasibly find influencers manually by browsing social networks, snooping around hashtags or doing some Google searches for link-bait posts about the top influencers in one category or another, but that's time consuming and laborious.  Influencer marketing software platforms like IZEA, Mavrck, CreatorIQ, Onalytica, Aspire, Julius, and certainly Tagger, our official platform and sponsor of this show … they are our engines that run our programs. We use them to search and discover relevant influencers, analyze and prioritize the list and in some cases connect, contract, coordinate and even compensate the creators we work with. Now, as much as I love Tagger, I also loved using Julius before. I've also enjoyed using IZEA in the past as well. Not to mention the dozens of smaller players who might only focus on one social network or have some other niche application. Each platform has strengths and weaknesses but all of them can work for you in some capacity. But we are about to enter a phase where the competition for users gets heated. There's a new need coming for the industry … for influencers and brands alike … that these software companies are going to have to solve for. It will be a race to the finish line for the true winner of this next software battle to be determined. Well, I know which software company is going to win the race and emerge as the new influencer marketing software of choice for most brands.  I'll tell you who in today's commentary. Today's episode is sponsored by Tagger. It is a complete influencer marketing solution. You can find out more for yourself at jason.online/tagger.  Today we visit with T.J. Ferrara from Bubs Naturals, a health supplement company, about how they use Tagger.  To start building your own experiences with my influencer marketing software of choice, go to jason.online/tagger today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

ThePrint
Politically Correct: Rahul Gandhi's impending return as president is a win-win for both Congress and BJP

ThePrint

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 19:46


CWC choice of Rahul Gandhi as party president isn't about the fight against BJP. It was about the Gandhi dynasty's crown jewel, Congress, and they have secured it. Watch ThePrint's Political Editor DK Singh explain in #PoliticallyCorrect

The Captain's Log
Impending Dune

The Captain's Log

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021


Episode 165. Congrassulations! It's another new episode. Melissa takes her mom to Poison Island. Kyle keeps falling asleep listening to the Dune audiobook but he's still able to explain the plot to Melissa, who only wants to sit back and watch the big worms. We also discuss Adam Warlock, Saga, and an expensive cheeseburger meal, and watch the trailer for The Billion Dollar Code. The Whatnauts Captain's Log is a weekly general chat podcast where we talk about the latest pop culture news that catches our eyes, share stories from our daily lives, play games, or whatever else we can think of. New episodes come out every Monday but we record them live every Friday evening on our Twitch channel! Come say hello and join in the conversation. Check out our other podcasts here, or wherever you get your podcasts. If video is more your thing, then check our YouTube channel. And if you like what we do, support us on Patreon to unlock early access to most of our podcasts as well as exclusive episodes and more. You can find us on Twitter and we would love to have you join us on our Discord server as well.

Yahoo Sports NFL Podcast
Gruden's emails, an impending NFL legal disaster & 3 teams we're worried about

Yahoo Sports NFL Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 69:14


Everyone knows the headline by now. On Monday evening, after a plethora of disgusting & offensive emails were leaked, first by the Wall Street Journal, and later by the New York Times, Las Vegas Raiders head coach Jon Gruden abruptly resigned, likely never to hold a significant position in or around the NFL ever again.Charles Robinson is joined by NBC's Michael Smith to discuss the aftermath of this seismic blow to one of the league's most storied franchises and iconic coaches. A few questions still linger: if the Raiders received these emails on Friday, why was this information sat on until the Times leaked it? What league figures could be implicated in future leaks?Charles & Michael discuss those issues as well as one more: why the NFL should be scared about how these email leaks may play into its ongoing legal troubles in St. Louis & Oakland after the Rams & Raiders respectively left town.Later in the show, the guys talk about ESPN adding a wild card game to their Monday Night Football slate & Michael's unhealthy Madden obsession.In the second half, Charles & Michael break down the three teams they're worried about most in the NFL & as well as the one NFC team every other squad should be afraid of in January. (41:35)Stay up to date with the latest NFL news and coverage from Yahoo Sports on Twitter @YahooSportsNFL.Follow Charles @CharlesRobinsonPlease support Terez Paylor's legacy by supporting the Terez A. Paylor scholarship at Howard University:• Buy an All-Juice Team hoodie or tee from BreakingT.com/Terez. All profits directly fund the scholarship.• Donate directly at giving.howard.edu/givenow. Under “Tribute,” please note that your gift is made in memory of Terez A. Paylor. Under “Designation,” click on “Other” and write in “Terez A. Paylor Scholarship.”Check out the rest of the Yahoo Sports podcast family at https://apple.co/3zEuTQj or at yahoosports.com/podcasts See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Dreadful Tales
Halloween Special - Lost In Translation Ep 1

Dreadful Tales

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 43:04


We interrupt your Halloween season for a special Call of Cthulhu one shot. Join us in Victorian London as Marie takes the Keeper chair to lead the crew out of the city to meet with an old friend. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/potatocandynetworkemail: potatocandynetwork@gmail.comFacebook: Potato Candy NetworkTwitter: @potatocandynet Music: "Impending" by Hayden Folker | https://soundcloud.com/hayden-folkerMusic promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.comCreative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported Licensehttps://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US 

The Abracast
Exodus: The Night of the Tenth Plague and Impending Freedom

The Abracast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 46:40


What happened the night Pharaoh acquiesced and let the Hebrew slaves go? What happened before the Hebrews left Egypt? Did they rob Egyptian nobles? Did they cook dinner? Did Moses find the bones of Joseph? We also discuss possibilities of why the Hebrews had to wander around the wilderness for 40 years… Was it to give them time to go to Hebrew School? Was it because they needed time for the lease to run out? Was it because someone gave them wrong directions? Featured Books: BibleLegends of the Jews - Ginsburg***Credits***The voice of The Abracast – Hila Assor https://hilaassor.com/Theme Song “Red Horse Rising” by X-Proph3t: http://www.reverbnation.com/xproph3tWritten / Produced / researched / Performed – Jon Towers www.abracast.com***Contact***Visit Website: www.abracast.comEmail Jon: Towers113@gmail.com Find Jon on Twitter: @jonnyaxx https://twitter.com/JonnyAxx Find Jon on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jon.towers.925Find Jon On Instagram: http://instagram.com/stigmatastudios***Storefront*** If you enjoy the show, learned something new, or was inspired you might consider supporting the show! https://abracast.com/store-front***Support*** If you enjoy the show, learned something new, or was inspired you might consider supporting the show!Become a subscriber: www.subscribestar.com/abracast Just wanna buy me a drink?: paypal.me/stigmatastudios ***Advertise*** Got a book, Product or Podcast? Would you would like to get your message to The Abracast audience?Advertise on The Abracast: https://www.advertisecast.com/TheAbracastAdvertise on The Abracast: https://intellifluence.com/influencer/jon-towers-61030

This Week in Oklahoma Politics
Unvaccinated death toll, impending execution, anti-abortion laws and more

This Week in Oklahoma Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 21:58


This week in Oklahoma Politics, KOSU's Michael Cross talks with Republican Political Consultant Neva Hill and Oklahoma City Democratic Senator Julia Kirt, sitting in for Ryan Kiesel, about health officials' announcement that 6,200 people needlessly died this year because they chose not to get vaccinated, the Pardon and Parole Board sets the state up for its first execution since 2015 and Governor Stitt traveled to the U.S. border along with eleven other Republican governors. The trio also discusses news of an Oklahoma County judge striking down two anti-abortion bills but keeping three intact to take place November First and the new chairman of Epic Virtual Charter School's governing board telling lawmakers he welcomes oversight. Support this podcast

Catholic Chicago
FULLY ALIVE -- CRS, Take Action on Impending Federal Legislation Against Abortion Funding, and Respect Life Month

Catholic Chicago

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 59:43


On the first half of today's show, Dawn and Ray welcome Beth Knobbe, Community Engagement Manager – Catholic Relief Services to discuss CRS projects including how Covid has affected the social needs of people around the world. Greg Schleppenbach, Associate Director of the Pro-life Secretariat at the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, joins to discuss proposed legislation that could force taxpayer funded abortion, and then Ray and Dawn talk about Respect Life Month and its theme – St Joseph, Defender of Life. www.crs.org www.respectlife.org www.respectlifechicago.org

Dale & Keefe
Gresh & Keefe - Bill Belichick speaks to the media amid Stephon Gilmore's impending release; The radio and TV calls of the Giancarlo Stanton "home run"

Dale & Keefe

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 49:50


Hour 3: Gresh and Keefe hear from Bill Belichick's press conference amid the impending release of Stephon Gilmore.  Then the guys poke some fun at the calls of the Giancarlo Stanton single that everyone seemed to assume was a home run. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Squawk Pod
Facebook's Whistleblower & DC's Impending Deadline

Squawk Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 31:29


Facebook faced negative testimony about user health and safety from a whistleblower yesterday in front of Congress. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is defending the company against the accusations from whistleblower Frances Haugen. Sherrilyn Ifill, president and director-counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund, also discusses why lawmakers need to enact regulations against Facebook.Democrats are looking to suspend the debt ceiling by targeting the filibuster ahead of a mid-October deadline. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and other economists say a failure to pay even one interest payment could spark a dramatic rise in interest rates across the country, weaken the U.S. dollar and threaten the greenback's status as the globe's reserve currency. Delaware Senator, Chris Coons (D), discusses the way forward on reconciliation and President Biden's agenda.  In this episode:Chris Coons, @ChrisCoonsSherrilyn Ifill, @Sifill_LDFJulia Boorstin, @JBoorstinJoe Kernen, @JoeSquawkBecky Quick, @BeckyQuickAndrew Ross Sorkin, @andrewrsorkin

Into The Word with Thomas J. Short
ITW Season 5 Ep# 443: Amos 7:7-9:15 - The Prophecies Of Amos Regarding The Impending Judgment Of God Via Assyria

Into The Word with Thomas J. Short

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 27:16


Today's program: ITW Season 5 Ep# 443: Amos 7:7-9:15 - The Prophecies Of Amos Regarding The Impending Judgment Of God Via Assyria. Join us today at www.IntoTheWord2020.com or via your favorite podcast platform.

Good Morning Africa
MTN Uganda set to list on the Securities Exchange. What does the impending IPO mean for the bourse?

Good Morning Africa

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 12:44


MTN Uganda's impending IPO and if it's the much needed push for more listings on the Uganda Securities Exchange.We also look at Evergrande woes and it's effects on other real estate companies in China.

Into The Word with Thomas J. Short
ITW Season 5 Ep# 442: Amos 5:18-7:10 - The Prophecies Of Amos Regarding The Impending Judgment Of God Via Assyria

Into The Word with Thomas J. Short

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 27:16


Today's program: ITW Season 5 Ep# 442: Amos 5:18-7:10 - The Prophecies Of Amos Regarding The Impending Judgment Of God Via Assyria. Join us today at www.IntoTheWord2020.com or via your favorite podcast platform.

Another FN Podcast
Davis Lee Roth's Impending Retirement - Greg Renoff & Brynn Arens

Another FN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 62:40


Going to have a deep & speculative conversation this evening about the pending retirement of the Ric Flair of Rock N Roll, David Lee Roth. It will be live as always on Metal Edge Magazine's Another FN Podcast Greg Renoff will spew knowledge. Brynn Arens and I shall speculate. 6pm PST. http://spreaker.com/user/izzypresley

Bannon's War Room
Episode 1,311 – China‘s Impending Financially Crisis (w/ Jack Posobiec, Joe Allen, Zach Vorhies, Sharri Markson, Joe Hoft, Eddie Gallagher, Bernie Kerik)

Bannon's War Room

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 48:58


We discuss the massive Facebook hack and Col. Scheller.  Our guests are: Jack Posobiec, Joe Allen, Zach Vorhies, Sharri Markson, Joe Hoft, Eddie Gallagher, Bernie Kerik Stay ahead of the censors - Join us warroom.org/join Aired On: 10/04/2021 Watch: On the Web: http://www.warroom.org On Podcast: http://warroom.ctcin.bio On TV: PlutoTV Channel 240, Dish Channel 219, Roku, Apple TV, FireTV or on https://AmericasVoice.news. #news #politics #realnews

Into The Word with Thomas J. Short
ITW Season 5 Ep# 441: Amos 3:12-5:20 - The Prophecies Of Amos Regarding The Impending Judgment Of God Via Assyria

Into The Word with Thomas J. Short

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 27:16


Today's program: ITW Season 5 Ep# 441: Amos 3:12-5:20 - The Prophecies Of Amos Regarding The Impending Judgment Of God Via Assyria. Join us today at www.IntoTheWord2020.com or via your favorite podcast platform.

NAB AFL Trade Radio
The Late Trade - Jordan Clark's impending move to the West

NAB AFL Trade Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 5:45


Damian Barrett, Stephen Silvagni and Matt Rendell touch on Jordan Clark's looming move to Fremantle and why he couldn't secure regular games at Geelong.

The Megyn Kelly Show
Glenn Beck on the Impending Inflation Disaster, the Border Crisis, and Biden's Divisive Messaging | Ep. 172

The Megyn Kelly Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 94:12


Megyn Kelly is joined by Glenn Beck, host of The Glenn Beck Program on TheBlaze TV, to talk about Beck's prediction about the impending inflation disaster, the truth about the border crisis, the divisive messaging coming from VP Harris, President Biden and the entire Biden administration, what Biden's declining approval rating shows about his policies, VP Harris' viral "Israel" comments, the military's jailing of Lt. Col. Scheller, and more. Plus - Megyn Kelly's monologue on the COVID vaccine zealots in the media suddenly telling NBA players who are voicing their vaccine opinions to "shut up and dribble."Follow The Megyn Kelly Show on all social platforms: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/MegynKellyTwitter: http://Twitter.com/MegynKellyShowInstagram: http://Instagram.com/MegynKellyShowFacebook: http://Facebook.com/MegynKellyShow Find out more information at: https://www.devilmaycaremedia.com/megynkellyshow

Into The Word with Thomas J. Short
ITW Season 5 Ep# 440: Amos 1:13-3:12 - The Prophecies Of Amos Regarding The Impending Judgment Of God Via Assyria

Into The Word with Thomas J. Short

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 26:06


Today's program: ITW Season 5 Ep# 440: Amos 1:13-3:12 - The Prophecies Of Amos Regarding The Impending Judgment Of God Via Assyria. Join us today at www.IntoTheWord2020.com or via your favorite podcast platform.

RealAg Radio
RealAg Radio, Sept 29: Running for senate, aftermarket parts, and an impending P shortage

RealAg Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 55:12


In this mid-week edition of RealAg Radio, brought to you by Case IH, you’ll hear from: Jeff Nielsen, farmer from Olds, Alta., who’s currently running to be one of Alberta’s representative in the Canadian Senate; Troy Schaar brings us a Case IH website spotlight; and, Josh Linville, director of fertilizer at StoneX, brings us an... Read More

RealAgriculture's Podcasts
RealAg Radio, Sept 29: Running for senate, aftermarket parts, and an impending P shortage

RealAgriculture's Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 55:12


In this mid-week edition of RealAg Radio, brought to you by Case IH, you’ll hear from: Jeff Nielsen, farmer from Olds, Alta., who’s currently running to be one of Alberta’s representative in the Canadian Senate; Troy Schaar brings us a Case IH website spotlight; and, Josh Linville, director of fertilizer at StoneX, brings us an... Read More

RFK Jr The Defender Podcast
Mandates and Transmission with Dr Christina Parks

RFK Jr The Defender Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 15:07


Impending mandates and problems with transmission are discussed in this episode. Dr. Christina Parks received her Ph.D. in Cellular and Molecular Biology from the University of Michigan in 1999 where her research focused on cytokine signaling. (Cytokines are the chemicals that the immune system uses to communicate.) Dr. Parks, recently testified in support of HB4471, a bill proposed in Michigan against vaccine mandates. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rfkjr/message

Tony Jones Show
Tony Jones Show #215

Tony Jones Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 58:35


Tony Jones Show #215 - With music from: Flogging Molly, Castle Black, SexCoffee, AdapterAdapter, Impending Reflections, Blindside Thunder, Koffin Kats, The Jabbers, The Maybes, Only on Weekends, Stubborn Hearts, Time Out Timmy, For the Love of Sloane.

Sott Radio Network
NewsReal: Winter is Coming: Signs of Impending Economic Disaster

Sott Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2021 82:53


A steady trickle of media reports about shortages in food, energy and supplies, and increases in prices across the board, has recently become more of a gushing leak - a leak that threatens serious economic consequences for people everywhere. On this NewsReal, Joe and Niall take stock of such reports, track their likely origin to government lockdowns, and warn that things may come to a head very soon. In going along with officials' response to the pandemic, people traded temporary loss of...

Holmberg's Morning Sickness
09-14-21 - Impending Hip Surgery For John That Usually Is For People In Their 80s - Another Tragic Hiking Story Where Man's Wife Dies After Being Separated Has John Thinking Something's Fishy About It - Stop Hiking In Heat Plea

Holmberg's Morning Sickness

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 53:31


Holmberg's Morning Sickness - Tuesday September 14, 2021

HuskyFanPodcast
Here's How to Stop Washington's Impending Collapse

HuskyFanPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 70:33


Sorry for my shitty audio. Listen at a lower volume. We analyze the quality of the team, the game, Jimmy Lake as a HC, the 2 best replacement options, in-season OC hire/plan and conclude with why Jen Cohen is not equipped to lead UW Athletics. 

Chef salty pork
Rush Hour 90 we talk about basketball, impending weather, and some new food trends for the month

Chef salty pork

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 51:44


For Videos and Tutorials and Vlogs: Youtube.com/c/kcgonzalez Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/pork-and-wine interested in providing us with some food for thought? comment about anything? food questions? Sean Moses KC Gonzalez AskChefSalty@gmail.com

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show
Gerry Dulac and the Impending Watt Contract, Tim Benz on The Cuts, and more

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 124:17


The Steelers made cuts over the weekend, and there are plenty more still to come. Gerry Dulac doesn't think they'll venture into the bargain bins from other teams too much, and also expects TJ Watt to be the highest paid defensive player in the league pretty soon. Plus, Tim Benz and the QB carousel that seems to have corrected itself and much more.

The Sharyl Attkisson Podcast
Military service members warn of impending military readiness crisis due to Covid-19 vaccine mandates

The Sharyl Attkisson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 26:22


Military service members claim a significant number are resisting Covid-19 vaccine mandates and are willing to risk court martial and expulsion for their beliefs. Rep.Thomas Massie (R-Kentucky) says it could create a serious issue of military readiness.Subscribe to my two podcasts: “The Sharyl Attkisson Podcast” and “Full Measure After Hours.” Leave a review, subscribe and share with your friends!Order “Slanted: How the News Media Taught Us to Love Censorship and Hate Journalism” by Sharyl Attkisson at Harper Collins, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books a Million, IndieBound, Bookshop!Visit JustTheNews.com, SharylAttkisson.com and www.FullMeasure.news for original reporting. Do your own research. Make up your own mind. Think for yourself.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Comebacker Baseball
We're Back! Adult Baseball Hacks & Impending October Baseball Stuff

Comebacker Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 41:27


Yea, yea we get it...where have you guys been. Well this time we're back for real and ready to stick with it. We update you on why the hiatus, what we're planning for moving forward as well as some killer adult baseball hacks from Jason and October World Series Baseball roundups with Karl.

The Rebuild: A Cleveland Browns Pod
Parkey Injury, DT Shuffling, & An Impending Roster Crunch

The Rebuild: A Cleveland Browns Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 37:02


On this episode, Henry and Jordan catch up on the injury news for Cody Parkey and Jacob Phillips and how that will impact the Browns this season. They transition to talk about the young DTs impressing this preseason and the veterans conversely disappointing. Could that mean some changes in the depth chart? Finally, they talk about the impending roster crunch the Browns face at certain positions as they have to get down to 53 players. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Stories Fables Ghostly Tales Podcast
723: The Submarine Caves | Nigel Bruce is back | The Tavern Keeper

Stories Fables Ghostly Tales Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 31:24


The Submarine Caves | Nigel Bruce is back | The Tavern Keeper

Bucknuts Morning 5
Boom impending? | Meet Jadyn Davis | Ohio State roster takes hit

Bucknuts Morning 5

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 12:46


It's 'Boom' time again ... we hope. Class of 2023 tight end Ty Lockwood will announce his verbal commitment at 1 p.m. Will we be pleased?  Also: The Class of 2024 rankings from 247Sports are out. There's a quarterback at the top. He has interest in Ohio State. Yes, you've seen this movie before but it is sequel worthy. In other news, a Buckeye has left the team. We discuss. 247Sports Director of Recruiting Steve Wiltfong is here. Let's do this. Spend 5ish with us this a.m., 'Nutters! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

CarrotCast | Freedom, Flexibility, Finance & Impact for Real Estate Investors
EP 271: How to Save on Taxes with Biden's Impending Tax Hikes for Investors & Agents w/ Yonah Weiss

CarrotCast | Freedom, Flexibility, Finance & Impact for Real Estate Investors

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2021 42:33


It's a sad truth that people will spend more time trying to lower their cell phone bills than they will trying to lower their taxes. The subject comes up and brains get foggy. The lack of information and education on things such as cost segregation and tax credits is costing investors thousands each year. Yonah Weiss helps investors analyze and strategize to save hundreds of thousands in taxes every year. In some cases, he has helped his clients to pay no taxes whatsoever. Here's (the perfectly legal) way he does it…    Full Show Notes & More Episodes at CarrotCast.com Weiss Advice Podcast Yonah on LinkedIn - Yonah on Instagram -