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Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson
Dr. Sue Johnson, the founder of Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), joins Dr. Rick and Forrest to explore how insights from attachment theory can transform our relationships. They discuss how attachment theory provides a map for understanding relationships, the challenges of making skills learned in therapy stick, and the role of vulnerability in creating authentic and fulfilling relationships. In this episode you'll learn how to use insights from attachment theory and EFT to create secure and emotionally healthy relationships. About our Guest: Dr. Sue Johnson is a clinical psychologist, researcher, professor, and the founder of Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), a widely used and respected approach to couples therapy. She is considered one of the foremost experts in the field of attachment, and hKey Topics:Key Topics:0:00: Introduction2:00: Why Sue created Emotionally-Focused Therapy (EFT)8:55: Relationships as bonds, not bargains12:20: Attachment theory as a “map,” and getting skills to stick16:50: What it feels like to be in a bonding conversation26:15: Validating vulnerabilities and “finding the raw spot”31:35: Changing the way you relate to yourself36:20: EFT vs. Internal Family Systems38:40: “The Amygdala Whisperer,” and creating a new experience 40:35: Inherent goodness, and naming helplessness45:40: Communicating how much you value others51:50: Individualism, and getting comfortable with vulnerability59:05: Recap Support the Podcast: We're now on Patreon! If you'd like to support the podcast, follow this link.NEW Offering from Rick! Join Rick and 5 world-renowned teachers – including Dr. Gabor Mate, Tara Brach, and Thupten Jinpa – for The Heart of Compassion, a 5-week online program that will teach you how to access, grow, and apply compassion. Head to rickhanson.net/hoc to learn more, and use code BEINGWELL10 for 10% off. Sponsors:Zocdoc helps you find expert doctors and medical professionals that specialize in the care you need, and deliver the type of experience you want. Head to zocdoc.com/being and download the Zocdoc app for FREE. Then find and book a top-rated doctor today.Finally get that project off the ground with Squarespace! Head to squarespace.com/beingwell for a free trial, and when you're ready to launch use coupon code BEINGWELL to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain.Join over a million people using BetterHelp, the world's largest online counseling platform. Visit betterhelp.com/beingwell for 10% off your first month!Want to sleep better? Try the Calm app! Visit calm.com/beingwell for 40% off a premium subscription.Connect with the show:Subscribe on iTunesFollow Forrest on YouTubeFollow us on InstagramFollow Forrest on InstagramFollow Rick on FacebookFollow Forrest on FacebookVisit Forrest's website
At some point, you have to start living for yourself. Our families and significant others play a huge role in our development and give us a greater sense of belonging and community. Individualism is something that isn't always culturally encouraged, let's explore this.
In anticipation of the Quest for a Spiritual Home Conference Homesickness by Susan Matt https://amzn.to/3HYGuQq Andrew Room The Children of Divorce: The Loss of Family as the Loss of Being (Youth, Family, and Culture) https://amzn.to/41nLtAZ The Quest for a Spiritual Home Warmup Video https://youtu.be/_rJRQVHepZQ The Evolution of Liberalism https://eriktorenberg.substack.com/p/the-evolution-of-liberalism The Quest for a Spiritual Home Conference with PVK, Jonathan Pageau and John Vervaeke by Estuary Chino May 18 to 21 2023 Link for tickets https://events.eventzilla.net/e/estuary-chino-2023-2138601197 If you want to coordinate logistics: airport rides, airBNB shares, camping, use this form to connect with others. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScai2tVzk6pGx5o0NPmWhXyRXFBJK5hKLNqTtfg9q0cE0xqHw/viewform For further info and/or assistance, please, contact Karl Linder at email@example.com July Washington DC Event with Michael Martin and Spencer Klavan https://www.eventbrite.com/e/christ-and-community-in-the-modern-age-tickets-608591853617 Paul Vander Klay clips channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX0jIcadtoxELSwehCh5QTg Bridges of Meaning Discord https://discord.gg/5AXMtxAR https://www.meetup.com/sacramento-estuary/ My Substack https://paulvanderklay.substack.com/ Estuary Hub Link https://www.estuaryhub.com/ If you want to schedule a one-on-one conversation check here. https://paulvanderklay.me/2019/08/06/converzations-with-pvk/ There is a video version of this podcast on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/paulvanderklay To listen to this on ITunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/paul-vanderklays-podcast/id1394314333 If you need the RSS feed for your podcast player https://paulvanderklay.podbean.com/feed/ All Amazon links here are part of the Amazon Affiliate Program. Amazon pays me a small commission at no additional cost to you if you buy through one of the product links here. This is is one (free to you) way to support my videos. https://paypal.me/paulvanderklay Blockchain backup on Lbry https://odysee.com/@paulvanderklay https://www.patreon.com/paulvanderklay Paul's Church Content at Living Stones Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCh7bdktIALZ9Nq41oVCvW-A To support Paul's work by supporting his church give here. https://tithe.ly/give?c=2160640
The Way the World Works: A Tuttle Twins Podcast for Families
Each one of us has unique skills and talents that make us who we are. But there are some who think who we are as people has more to do with things like race and gender instead of individual characteristics.
Jiro Taylor joins us for Season 1 (2021) of Birdsong. Jiro is a mystic, a poet, a storyteller, he facilitates wilderness rites of passage, he's an artist, a creative, and a mentor to those seeking deep connection with their soul path and their wild wisdom within. His work honours ancient wisdom and flows into modern life through art, nature based mentoring programs and wilderness quests, with the intention to help individuals remember who they are. Jiro is the founder of Shambhala Warriors and the flowstate collective, and I consider him to be an all round great guy, stepping into the role of wise sage and seer in the larger community, and to me, he's both a comdrade and a teacher in many ways. We cover a lot of fertile ground here, from nature immersion, the domestification of humanity, remembering our roots, ways in which we can cultivate a deeper connection to nature, similarities between various wisdom traditions, we talk about soul language, language of the earth, we riff on shamanism, we explore how the mind is not exclusively a human possession but mind extends out to the entirety of our environment, and, a lot of other ideas, and ways of living and breathing. EPISODE NOTES: A powerful story to remind you about the incredible mystery of spirit The importance of sharing your creativity Honoring the Story inside of you The mental traps of civilization-Disconnect, Individualism, and Mental Overdrive Why our “Nature connection” needs to be more How can I connect better with Nature? Is our culture too obsessed with the “mind” and “mindset”? Remembering our “wild” past Do we have a “flat” imagination? Learning how to listen on a deeper level Have we made “spirituality” too complicated? Going deeper into the wisdom of Shamanism Being comfortable with yourself...without labels, without justification, and without excuses The pure ceremony and wisdom of fire What does prayer mean to you? Honoring the sun Remembering the medicine and wisdom of plants The wisdom and blank slate of a vision quest TIMESTAMPS: [5:23] Opening the Container: Jiro reminds us to reconnect with the wonder and awe of spirit in a story from “Women Who Run With Wolves” [11:43] Honoring the Story [18:49] Balancing the “high” of spirit with the “low” reality of living on Earth [20:06] Making a deeper “nature connection” [25:06] Improving our connection with Nature [34:18] Too much “mind” in the mix [41:16] Remembering our wild [42:00] What do we really know? [43:56] Expanding your imagination [44:17] The skill of story listening [45:44] Communicating with society and ourselves [53:51] The “Pathless Path” [1:03:20} shifting from “knowing” to “experience” [1:06:28] Shamanism [1:11:00] Daily Rituals [1:17:00] Prayer [1:18:04] Honoring the life-giving powers of the sun [1:21:05] Honoring the wisdom and medicine of plants [1:23:42] Vision Quests [1:30:08] Closing the Container: Jiro closes the container by reminding us to give respect and thanks for those who came before us (ancestors) and those who carry us now (plants, Sun, nature, and more)
In episode 71 of The Gradient Podcast, Daniel Bashir speaks to Ted Underwood.Ted is a professor in the School of Information Sciences with an appointment in the Department of English at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. Trained in English literary history, he turned his research focus to applying machine learning to large digital collections. His work explores literary patterns that become visible across long timelines when we consider many works at once—often, his work involves correcting and enriching digital collections to make them more amenable to interesting literary research.Have suggestions for future podcast guests (or other feedback)? Let us know here or reach us at firstname.lastname@example.orgSubscribe to The Gradient Podcast: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Pocket Casts | RSSFollow The Gradient on TwitterOutline:* (00:00) Intro* (01:42) Ted's background / origin story, * (04:35) Context in interpreting statistics, “you need a model,” the need for data about human responses to literature and how that manifested in Ted's work* (07:25) The recognition that we can model literary prestige/genre because of ML* (08:30) Distant reading and the import of statistics over large digital libraries* (12:00) Literary prestige* (12:45) How predictable is fiction? Scales of predictability in texts* (13:55) Degrees of autocorrelation in biography and fiction and the structure of narrative, how LMs might offer more sophisticated analysis* (15:15) Braided suspense / suspense at different scales of a story* (17:05) The Literary Uses of High-Dimensional Space: how “big data” came to impact the humanities, skepticism from humanists and responses, what you can do with word count* (20:50) Why we could use more time to digest statistical ML—how acceleration in AI advances might impact pedagogy* (22:30) The value in explicit models* (23:30) Poetic “revolutions” and literary prestige* (25:53) Distant vs. close reading in poetry—follow-up work for “The Longue Durée”* (28:20) Sophistication of NLP and approaching the human experience* (29:20) What about poetry renders it prestigious?* (32:20) Individualism/liberalism and evolution of poetic taste* (33:20) Why there is resistance to quantitative approaches to literature* (34:00) Fiction in other languages* (37:33) The Life Cycles of Genres* (38:00) The concept of “genre”* (41:00) Inflationary/deflationary views on natural kinds and genre* (44:20) Genre as a social and not a linguistic phenomenon* (46:10) Will causal models impact the humanities? * (48:30) (Ir)reducibility of cultural influences on authors* (50:00) Machine Learning and Human Perspective* (50:20) Fluent and perspectival categories—Miriam Posner on “the radical, unrealized potential of digital humanities.”* (52:52) How ML's vices can become virtues for humanists* (56:05) Can We Map Culture? and The Historical Significance of Textual Distances* (56:50) Are cultures and other social phenomena related to one another in a way we can “map”? * (59:00) Is cultural distance Euclidean? * (59:45) The KL Divergence's use for humanists* (1:03:32) We don't already understand the broad outlines of literary history* (1:06:55) Science Fiction Hasn't Prepared us to Imagine Machine Learning* (1:08:45) The latent space of language and what intelligence could mean* (1:09:30) LLMs as models of culture* (1:10:00) What it is to be a human in “the age of AI” and Ezra Klein's framing* (1:12:45) Mapping the Latent Spaces of Culture* (1:13:10) Ted on Stochastic Parrots* (1:15:55) The risk of AI enabling hermetically sealed cultures* (1:17:55) “Postcards from an unmapped latent space,” more on AI systems' limitations as virtues* (1:20:40) Obligatory GPT-4 section* (1:21:00) Using GPT-4 to estimate passage of time in fiction* (1:23:39) Is deep learning more interpretable than statistical NLP?* (1:25:17) The “self-reports” of language models: should we trust them?* (1:26:50) University dependence on tech giants, open-source models* (1:31:55) Reclaiming Ground for the Humanities* (1:32:25) What scientists, alone, can contribute to the humanities* (1:34:45) On the future of the humanities* (1:35:55) How computing can enable humanists as humanists* (1:37:05) Human self-understanding as a collaborative project* (1:39:30) Is anything ineffable? On what AI systems can “grasp”* (1:43:12) OutroLinks:* Ted's blog and Twitter* Research* The literary uses of high-dimensional space* The Longue Durée of literary prestige* The Historical Significance of Textual Distances* Machine Learning and Human Perspective* The life cycles of genres* Can We Map Culture?* Cohort Succession Explains Most Change in Literary Culture* Other Writing* Reclaiming Ground for the Humanities* We don't already understand the broad outlines of literary history* Science fiction hasn't prepared us to imagine machine learning.* How predictable is fiction?* Mapping the latent spaces of culture* Using GPT-4 to measure the passage of time in fiction Get full access to The Gradient at thegradientpub.substack.com/subscribe
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In this episode, Angela Saini, award-winning science journalist and author of “The Patriarchs: How Men Came to Rule,” traces the material and social roots of patriarchy with host Adam Gamwell. The duo explores how anthropology can help us better understand the patriarchy and patriarchical power by contextualizing and breaking down big ideas. Anthropology enables us to examine broad, complex topics through specific cultural and historical lenses. It also helps us dissect grand narrative ideas to reveal their historical trajectories. But perhaps most importantly, anthropology reminds us that we need to think about big ideas contextually, especially emotionally and politically charged ideas like the patriarchy. They dive into the definition of patriarchy and its ties to social structures, social privileges, and oppression. The conversation also touches on how different cultures interpret and shape the deployment and maintenance of gender and power to reflect their unique social norms. Saini emphasizes the importance of understanding the social variation and how male domination adapts to different changes. Drawing on many forms of evidence, she discusses the multiplicities of patriarchies, how patriarchy today functions and shapes different aspects of our lives, and how we can think big about what form of society we'd like to continue, reinvent, or totally change for ourselves and our children. Saini's work aims to bring awareness to the many different kinds of patriarchies that exist and how they are being recreated and reasserted today.Episode Highlights:[05:57] Why we shouldn't think of the patriarchy as a monolith[09:31] Why pre-history wasn't necessarily patriarchal[13:44] Why thinkers started to question where patriarchy came from[17:16] Why James Mellaart believed Çatalhöyük was a matriarchal society[23:55] How the Haudenosaunee inspired the beliefs of women's rights activists[26:57] How early civilizations' concerns about population led to binary gender norms[30:24] Possibilities that slavery and patrilocality informed each other[36:32] Why freedom and women's liberation are nuanced[43:05] The Kitchen Debate and the clash of capitalism and communism[50:40] How Kerala, India now positions itself as a beacon of women's empowerment[55:54] How we can build the society we hope to see in the futureLinks and Resources:The Patriarchs: The Origins of InequalitySuperior: The Return of Race ScienceInferior: How Science Got Women WrongConnect with Angela Saini via LinkedInCheck out Angela Saini's websiteConnect with Adam Gamwell via email, LinkedIn, or TwitterSubscribe to the This Anthro Life newsletter
On Friday's Mark Levin Show, who do the Democrat party represent and stand for in America? They put the party first and the country and citizens second, because the party is how they get and retain power. Regulations and attacks on energy independence is succeeding in destroying our country, while the DOJ and FBI impact the country in other ways. We almost have one-party rule today in the United States with some Republican quislings aiding the Democrat Marxists. Individualism is now replaced with groupism being taught in Critical Race Theory, which refuses to view people as individual human beings but rather as groups of people and condemn them for things they have not done in the name of equity. That is the totalitarian Federal government and the Democrat party today, who do not believe in individualism but instead, view people in classes like Karl Marx. Thankfully we have someone like Governor Ron DeSantis in a powerful position to take on the woke Democrat agenda and protect schools and children from being indoctrinated. Disney is suing DeSantis while other conservatives like Nikki Haley are selling out to the woke mob. Also, Mark speaks with KY Attorney General Daniel Cameron about running for governor of Kentucky and hits back against a racist cartoonist in a local newspaper. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
How does transformation happen? Is there more to therapy-speak online? What do we do with the toxic fruit of American Christian discipleship? Is there an answer to expressive individualism? In this wide-ranging conversation, Bryce Hales and Ashley Hales, a pastor and PhD, sit down with Curt Thompson, MD, who deftly combines interpersonal neurobiology and Christian faith. We talk about institutions, the lack of fruitfulness amongst Christians, and developing a Christian imagination. A must-listen: thoughtful, warm-hearted with practical tips to help you love your people and your place. The Cartographers Podcast combines academic expertise with pastoral heart to help 21st century Christian leaders chart a way through the changing cultural landscape. Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. Resources Curt's latest book: The Soul of Desire Curt's website Curt's podcast Mark Oppenheimer, "The Schools that Ban Smartphones," The Atlantic The Cartographers Podcast, a production of The Willowbrae Institute. The Cartographers is a production of Willowbrae Institute. Find out more at willowbrae.org and sign up for our newsletter. The Cartographers is hosted by Bryce Hales and Ashley Hales and mixed and edited by Nathan Michel. Subscribe today.
The Possibility Podcast with Mel Schwartz
In the 90th episode of The Possibility Podcast with Mel Schwartz, the topic is the danger of toxic individualism to our relationships, our culture, and even the planet. The post #090 Toxic Individualism first appeared on Mel Schwartz, LCSW.
Unlike traditional cultures, we tell people in America to find certain dreams, feelings, or intuitions they have (on the inside) and assert them, express them, follow them, and MAKE them HAPPEN! Don’t let anyone (else) tell you what to do (or how to live your life)! Especially your parents. But this way of identity formation nearly always leads to comparison, anxiety, and condemnation. In this message, Max Vanderpool identifies the PRIMARY way we go about identity formation in American and why it (simply) doesn't work.
This episode I have a very special guest, my Brodie Coogi! We chop it up about Wrestlemaina, Pusha T being a top 50 rapper, revisiting Drake & Push beef, & other music news as well! We also continue the discussion of Angel Reese and trash talk culture in sports, and so much more! Follow my guy on all socials Twitter: @TheDonCoogi IG:thedoncoogie
Above all else, the West's fight for liberty was historically a fight for the free mind against religious and political tyranny. If knowledge and happiness are the goal, the individual must be free to think and speak without threat of violence, imprisonment or death. This idea is at the root of the West's unprecedented prosperity. And without this right, ARI could not advocate the new ideas and the new philosophy that can revive the West's greatness. But today the right to free speech is precarious. This right is under vehement attack by our enemies and is being increasingly dismissed by the West itself. In this talk given to the students at Cervo University on February 21, 2023, Yaron Brook explores the reasons why the right to free speech is being attacked and why it is imperative that we properly defend freedom of speech.00:00 Individual rights02:08 Life before we had concept of individual rights05:55 Extreme power06:58 We don't appreciate how rich we are today09:40 What happened 250 years ago?13:10 Leonardo da Vinci15:00 Enlightenment, see http://aynrandlexicon.com/lexicon/enlightenment,_age_of.html15:44 Reason, see http://aynrandlexicon.com/lexicon/reason.html21:10 Individualism, see http://aynrandlexicon.com/lexicon/individualism.html21:57 Science, see http://aynrandlexicon.com/lexicon/science.html27:07 Freedom, see http://aynrandlexicon.com/lexicon/freedom.html29:17 Free Speech, see http://aynrandlexicon.com/lexicon/free_speech.html33:48 Twitter36:36 Danish cartoons39:30 Charlie Hebdo42:04 Speech on "public" street43:30 Inciting for violence45:25 Public schools & healthcare54:10 Culture of free speech54:50 Government is your servant not owner1:01:10 Bullying in social mediaJoin this channel to get access to perks:https://www.youtube.com/@YaronBrook/joinLike what you hear? Like, share, and subscribe to stay updated on new videos and help promote the Yaron Brook Show: https://bit.ly/3ztPxTxBecome a sponsor to get exclusive access and help create more videos like this: https://yaronbrookshow.com/support-members/support-the-show/Or make a one-time donation: https://bit.ly/2RZOyJJContinue the discussion by following Yaron on Twitter (https://bit.ly/3iMGl6z) and Facebook (https://bit.ly/3vvWDDC )Want to learn more about Ayn Rand and Objectivism? Visit the Ayn Rand Institute: https://bit.ly/35qoEC3
Robert Malka joins me to discuss Friedrich Nietzsche's philosophy, the history of religious belief, the philosophy of love, good and evil, the fundamental structure of human civilization, and the prospect of a new world through Bitcoin. Robert Malka is a board of directors member for the Bitcoin Today Coalition, an author, and an entrepreneur.// GUEST // Twitter: https://twitter.com/rjmalka/ Website: https://www.malkarobert.com/// SPONSORS // In Wolf's Clothing: https://wolfnyc.com/iCoin Hardware Wallet (use discount code BITCOIN23): https://www.icointechnology.com/CrowdHealth: https://www.joincrowdhealth.com/breedloveWasabi Wallet: https://wasabiwallet.io/Join Me At Bitcoin 2023 in Miami (use discount code BREEDLOVE): https://b.tc/conference/Casa (use discount code BREEDLOVE): https://keys.casa/Bitcoin Apparel (use discount code BREEDLOVE): https://thebitcoinclothingcompany.com/ Feel Free Tonics (use discount code BREEDLOVE): https://botanictonics.comCarnivore Bar (use discount code BREEDLOVE): https://carnivorebar.com/// OUTLINE // 00:00:00 - Coming up 00:01:22 - Intro 00:02:55 - Helping Lightning Startups with In Wolf's Clothing 00:03:42 - Meeting Robert Malka for the First Time00:05:53 - Introducing Robert Malka 00:06:19 - Robert's Challenging Life Story 00:09:36 - The Dilemma of an Interpreter 00:11:18 - Introduction to the Philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche 00:12:17 - The Concept of Masking 00:15:36 - The Link between Nietzsche's Theory and Roberts's Personal Life Experience 00:18:10 - Roberts's Viewpoint of Interpretation 00:20:02 - Robert's Perspective of the Nietzsche Philosophy 00:21:34 - What Makes Nietzsche Different from Other Philosophers 00:28:02 - The Shift in Religious Belief 00:31:42 - Nietzsche's Philosophy is a Decentralized Philosophy 00:33:35 - Secure Your Bitcoin Stash with The iCoin Hardware Wallet 00:34:32 - Take Control of Your Healthcare with CrowdHealth 00:35:34 - A Bitcoin Wallet with Privacy Built-In: Wasabi Wallet 00:36:09 - The Relationship between Psychology and Science 00:39:35 - A Different Perspective of Criminality 00:41:10 - The Rationality of Love 00:43:32 - The Balance between Self-Preservation and Ego 00:45:24 - The Utility of Hatred 00:46:30 - The Justification of Coercion 00:49:08 - Nietzsche's Theory of Love, Good, and Evil 00:53:54 - Morality is Dependent on Capitalism 00:57:03 - Changes in the Environment Result in Changes in Morality 00:59:00 - The Importance of Agape in Human Life 01:04:52 - The Caesar Mask vs. the Jesus Mask 01:05:50 - A Chance to Win Discounted Tickets to the Bitcoin 2023 Conference and 10M SATS 01:06:45 - Hold Bitcoin in the Most Secure Custody Model with Casa 01:07:33 - The Philosophy of Health 01:11:51 - Human Civilization is Built upon Different Layers of Fundamental Values 01:14:12 - The Concept of Wealth in Human Civilization 01:17:29 - Does Human Civilization Confines Individualism? 01:20:52 - Social Mobility Enables Optionality 01:22:13 - Bitcoin is the Token of Independence 01:23:37 - The Conflict of Interest between Individualism and Civilization 01:25:24 - The Difference between State and Civilization 01:26:56 - The Idea of the Free Market 01:28:38 - How Individual Stories and Mythology Make up the Social Structure 01:30:04 - Capitalism Provides Temporary Freedom 01:31:55 - Bitcoin is the Doorway to a Better World 01:35:20 - Where to Find Robert's Work // PODCAST //Podcast Website: https://whatismoneypodcast.com/Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast...Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/25LPvm8...RSS Feed: https://feeds.simplecast.com/MLdpYXYI// SUPPORT THIS CHANNEL // Bitcoin: 3D1gfxKZKMtfWaD1bkwiR6JsDzu6e9bZQ7 Sats via Strike: https://strike.me/breedlove22Sats via Tippin.me: https://tippin.me/@Breedlove22Dollars via Paypal: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/RBreedloveDollars via Venmo: https://account.venmo.com/u/Robert-Breedlove-2The "What is Money?" Show Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32843101// WRITTEN WORK // Medium: https://breedlove22.medium.com/ Substack: https://breedlove22.substack.com/ // SOCIAL // Breedlove Twitter: https://twitter.com/Breedlove22WiM? Twitter: https://twitter.com/WhatisMoneyShowLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/breedlove22/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breedlove_22/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@breedlove22All My Current Work: https://vida.page/breedlove22
Satanism is a religion that uses Satan as a symbol of individualism, rebellion, and enlightenment. The two most well-known groups are the Church of Satan and The Satanic Temple. The Church of Satan emphasizes self-empowerment and indulgence while The Satanic Temple focuses on activism and human rights. Both reject illegal activities and prioritize ethical behavior contrary to popular belief. Satanism is often misunderstood, but it's a complex and multifaceted religion centered around individual freedom, rationality, and critical thinking. What does a Satanist actually believe?FIND CHILLER QUEEN ONLINE:Website: http://chillerqueenpodcast.comIG: https://instagram.com/chillerqueenpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/chillerpod ACCESS PREMIUM CONTENT:Rokfin: https://rokfin.com/chillerqueenpodcast(subscribe for ad free listening/early episode drops) JOIN THE COMMUNITY OF WEIRD:Discord: https://discord.com/invite/GHESH8aa FIND AVERY ONLINE:IG: https://instagram.com/averydopecookTikTok: https://tiktok.com/averydopecook Thanks so much for listening. Stay weird my friends, and don't forget to question everything...
Success can be found in all sorts of different ways, and its meaning is different for everyone. What does "being successful" TRULY mean? To truly succeed in your life - whether personal or financial - requires you to take a hard look at yourself. 1. Family 2. Other people 3. Economic Out of these three things, only #3 can topple the others. You can have great success in your career and your investments, but if your family other people suffer because of it, does it really mean success? What drives people to achieve success? At what point do people feel self-righteous or superior to others? Send this podcast to someone who needs to hear this too! Get more free resources here: https://ajosborne.com/ Invest with me: https://cedarcreekwealth.com
EPISODE 1399: In this KEEN ON show, Andrew talks to the Stanford Business School professor and author of SELFLESS, Brian Lowery, about the American mythology of rugged individualism and how we should be recognize the social dimensions of our selves BRIAN LOWERY, PhD, is the Walter Kenneth Kilpatrick Professor of Organizational Behavior at Stanford University's Graduate School of Business. Lowery's research has been published in major scholarly journals and has been covered by media outlets such as the Washington Post, GQ, Psychology Today, Pacific Standard, Quartz, the Huffington Post, and NPR's All Things Considered. He also hosts the podcast Know What You See. His latest book is Selfless: The Social Creation of “You” (2023) Named as one of the "100 most connected men" by GQ magazine, Andrew Keen is amongst the world's best known broadcasters and commentators. In addition to presenting KEEN ON, he is the host of the long-running How To Fix Democracy show. He is also the author of four prescient books about digital technology: CULT OF THE AMATEUR, DIGITAL VERTIGO, THE INTERNET IS NOT THE ANSWER and HOW TO FIX THE FUTURE. Andrew lives in San Francisco, is married to Cassandra Knight, Google's VP of Litigation & Discovery, and has two grown children. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In Ecclesiastes the Preacher shows that God has created us to flourish in community.
Themes: Politics, COVID, Individualism, Fear, Health, Government, Accountability, Truth, News & Media, Misinformation, Authenticity, Belonging, Transformation, Conflict, Mental Health Summary: In this solo episode, I share my thoughts and grief on what has occurred over these last few years as a result of the pandemic. I believe in having open and honest discourse and avoiding inflammatory language that only pushes us further apart. I want to invite curiosity back into our experiences and encourage us to hold manipulative and dishonest individuals and groups accountable while keeping in mind that love and truth always win in the end! Let's come together to change this world. Discover: Alternative viewpoints on how information as delivered to us during the pandemic The usage of “misinformation” labels, nudge tactics, divisiveness, gaslighting, narcissism, and other abusive tactics Why we must stand up as a village to hold the media and governing bodies accountable and demand truth and change 00:00 Intro 00:53 Nudge tactics 02:45 Misinformation 03:56 You're not free to choose if your freedom is at stake 07:22 There wasn't enough data 10:16 They turned us against each other 13:34 Divisiveness, gaslighting, and narcissism 16:30 The importance of discourse without inflammatory language 21:52 We need to come together to make change Links: Join me on Felt! Sign up for my newsletter here Follow me on Substack here Instagram | @createthelove Facebook | @createthelove Sponsors: Create the Love Cards | Use code CTLCARDS15 for 15% off at createthelove.com/cards See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Way of the Renaissance Man Starring Jim Woods
Wisdom from A Bulldog Welcome to today's #WednesdayWisdom from Way Of The Renaissance Man Starring Jim Woods Today's insight was inspired by Nobel laureate, twice British prime minister and knighted author and statesman, Winston Churchill. “Socialism is a philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance, and the gospel of envy, its inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery.” — Sir Winston Churchill I get quite a few quotes sent to me during the year, but the best one sent to me in recent years has to be from reader Kevin S., who suggested we use this beautiful and eminently true assessment of socialism by the great Winston Churchill. The English statesman saw socialism's evils first hand, and thanks to his resolve and his ability to rally his countrymen, he helped thwart socialism's tyranny before it could take over Europe. For that, free people around the globe owe a debt to the “British Bulldog.” Jim Woods March 22, 2023 For more great resources and inspiration visit WayOfTheRenaissanceMan.com WayOfTheRenaissanceMan.com/store for Way of the Renaissance Man Fans is open. Grab your stylish t-shirt, gear, stickers and Way of the Renaissance Man art, too! Just visit the website now! Now, we want to hear from you! Would like to share your opinion or make a comment on the Way of the Renaissance Man podcast? If so, then please leave your comment or questions in the space provided below and share this article with your friends and family on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Your comments or question could be chosen as our featured Ask the Renaissance Man Anything on a future episode.
As women, we've long been sold the story of idealism over individualism. Tech superstar, Katie Harbath wants to help you change that.THIS WEEK'S TOPIC:From fairytales to fables, young girls are told time and time again that they are to be wooed and rescued. But at 42, a tech democracy advocate is choosing to live her life on her terms and celebrating the life she has built for herself in ways more women should.Take a listen to be inspired and learn how.THIS WEEK'S GUEST:Katie Harbath is a global leader at the intersection of elections, democracy, and technology. As the chief executive of Anchor Change, she helps clients think through tech policy issues. She is a senior advisor for technology and democracy at the International Republican Institute and is also a fellow at the Bipartisan Policy Center, the Integrity Institute, and a nonresident fellow at the Atlantic Council.Previously, Katie spent 10 years at Facebook. As a director of public policy, she built and led global teams that managed elections and helped government and political figures use the social network to connect with their constituents.Before Facebook, Katie held senior digital roles at the Republican National Committee, the National Republican Senatorial Committee, and the DCI Group, as well as multiple campaigns for office.She is a board member at the National Conference on Citizenship, Democracy Works, and the Center for Journalism Ethics at the University of Madison-Wisconsin.Follow Katie on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/harbath/Learn more about Katie's company: https://www.anchorchange.com/Sign up for Katie's weekly newsletters: https://anchorchange.substack.com/Sponsored by: COhatchCOhatch is a new kind of shared work, social, and family space built on community. Members get access to workspace, amenities like rock walls and sports simulators, and more to live a fully integrated life that balances work, family, well-being, community, and giving back. COhatch has 31 locations open or under construction nationwide throughout Ohio, Indiana, Florida, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Georgia, and Tennessee. Visit www.cohatch.com for more information.Support the show
主播：梅莉 | 翩翩歌曲 ： Bana Ellerini Ver之前我们讲“霍夫斯泰德” 6个文化维度那期，收到了很多粉丝的positive feedback（积极反馈），那今天的节目，咱们来介绍另一种跨文化管理理论——Trompenaars 7 Cultural Dimensions（琼潘纳斯7个文化维度）。It was created by Fons Trompenaars. 这个文化理论是由冯斯·琼潘纳斯创立，他是鼎鼎大名的跨文化管理的开创者，宾夕法尼亚大学沃顿商学院的高材生。他创立的琼潘纳斯7个文化维度，更多是被运用于国际企业中，比如摩托罗拉、壳牌、庞巴迪、喜力等世界一流企业。在进行文化交流的时候，most of the time things will go well（大多数时候，事情都会很顺利），但是，when things don't, and misunderstandings arise（当遇到分歧，出现误解的时候），the Trompenaars Cultural Dimensions Model can help（琼潘纳斯文化维度维度理论就派上用场了）。比如，翩翩有一个好朋友Alice,是非常优秀的外贸精英，她的客户评价她的沟通方式是：比较direct（直接）。那我们想看这句评价是褒奖还是中性，就要看这位客户所属国家的文化维度。It's important to consider the cultural background of the other party.考虑到对方的文化背景是很重要的。文化维度了解越多，越会在国际交流中游刃有余！1. 第一个文化维度：Universalism vs. Particularism 普遍主义 vs. 特殊主义universal 普遍的，universalism就是普遍主义；particular是特殊的，particularism就是特殊主义。这个维度主要看的是：某种文化之下，what matters more（是什么更重要），是rules（规则），还是 relationships（关系）。其实就是不同文化对待规则和标准的态度。Cultures based on universalism（普遍主义文化的国家），人们treat all cases the same，哪怕是涉及到自己的亲戚、朋友，无论什么背景、什么身份，都一样的待遇。The focus is more on the rules than the relationship. 普遍主义文化的国家很强调法律和法规。以普遍主义文化为主导的国家有：• Germany 德国• Japan日本• Switzerland 瑞士• Canada加拿大• the U.S. 美国• the U.K. 英国• Australia 澳大利亚Cultures based on particularism（特殊主义文化）会觉得，relationships more important than rules（人际关系、情感关系比规则重要）。为了亲朋好友，you can bend the rules（可以改变规则）。人情味比较重。Each case has to be examined in light of its special merits. 每种情况都必须根据其特殊情况加以审视。我们国家，特别重视维护长期的人际关系，是典型的特殊主义文化。以特殊主义文化为主导的国家还有：• Latin America南美• India 印度• Korea 韩国• Russia 俄罗斯• France 法国• Mexico 墨西哥• the Philippines 菲律宾2. 第二个文化维度：Individualism vs. Communitarianism个人主义 vs. 集体主义这个在霍夫斯泰德文化维度理论中也有。这个文化维度，代表了不同文化在个人与集体之间的取舍，就是说，是更看重 individual achievements（个人成就），还是want to be part of a group（想要成为一个团队的一员）。Individualistic cultures believe that your outcomes in life are the result of your choices. 个人主义文化相信：人生的产出是你个人一个又一个的选择的结果。个体主义文化中，decision-makers make decisions on their own for themselves（每个人做决定时，都是独立自主的），他们特别注重个人自由和独立性，重视个人成就（fulfillment）和自我表现。美国是典型代表国家，他们特别崇尚蝙蝠侠、蜘蛛侠、超人等超级英雄。西方很多国家都是个体主义文化，比如：• Canada 加拿大• the U.K. 英国• Australia 澳大利亚• New Zealand 新西兰• Netherlands 荷兰• Germany 德国• Sweden 瑞典• Norway 挪威• Denmark 丹麦• Switzerland 瑞士Cultures based on communitarianism believe your quality of life is better when we help each other. 集体主义文化中，更强调和谐、互助等价值，更注重集体和家庭的利益，重视亲情和团队精神。There is a strong sense of loyalty within the group. 特别重视忠诚。我们特别重视的loyalty ，但是在个人主义的国家类似于美国，就觉得这不是一个重要的标准，因为他们更强调的是个人的价值。但集体主义文化有一个不好的点，就是decision-making is slower（决策制定比较缓慢）。除了中国之外，集体主义文化的国家还有：Japan（日本），much of Africa（非洲大部分地区），and Latin American countries（拉丁美洲国家）。俄罗斯文化也是communitarianism。在俄罗斯文化中，家庭、社区和集体的价值是被强调的，工作中，俄罗斯人也是通常倾向于依赖团队合作，而非个人成就。而在家庭和社交生活中，俄罗斯人也通常很注重维护社交关系和互惠互利的交往，而不是追求个人利益。It should be noted that individualism and collectivism are not binary opposites.不同的文化维度之间并不是二元对立的。比如俄罗斯，虽然属于集体主义文化，但俄罗斯文化也有一些个体主义的特点，如强调个人的创造力和创新能力，重视个人的成就和荣誉。总之，阴中有阳，阳中有阴。每个国家都是如此。3. 第三个文化维度：Neutral vs. Affective中性 vs. 情感neutral 是指中性的、中立的， affective 情感的。这个文化维度衡量标准是：鼓不鼓励表达情感。 In a neutral culture（中立文化中），people tend not to share their emotions（人们往往不去分享他们的情绪）. Emotions are of course felt by the individual, but they are controlled.（人们会控制自己的情感表达。）这种文化下的人，通常表现得比较中立和冷静。因为在这些国家，个人空间和个人隐私被高度重视，人们不愿意过于引人注目或干扰他人。日本是中立文化的典型代表，这些国家还有：• Germany 德国• Netherlands 荷兰• Sweden瑞典• America 美国• the U.K. 英国• China 中国• Russia 俄罗斯这些都是一些非常注重自己隐私以及个人空间的国家，不会在公共场合表现出过于情感化的行为。但是可能很多人会很意外，美国人不是很奔放吗，怎么居然是中性文化的国家呢？美国个人主义文化的倾向，可能容易让人觉得美国人比较奔放和自由，但在情感表达方面，他们依然是倾向于中性文化的。这可能来源于美国的历史和文化传统。In an affective culture（情感文化中）, people tend to share their emotions, even in the workplace（哪怕是在办公场所，人们会倾向于分享他们的情绪）. 而且，it is considered normal（这都是很正常的）。情感文化的代表国家有：• Italy 意大利• Spain 西班牙• France 法国• Greece 希腊• Latin America 拉丁美洲广泛应用于国际企业经营管理中的“琼潘纳斯7个文化维度”，我们本期节目先讲前三个。希望能帮助大家站到更加宽广的维度，对于不同国家的人、他们的文化能有更加深刻的理解。后面的四个文化维度，咱们下期聊！
In this episode we talk with SNIPER STEVE! Jordan shares about his current crossfit experiences....spoiler alert...his back hurts. We also have a discussion on whether or not wildlife have any type of individualism between each other. Be sure to subscribe and like! Support us by buying some merch! https://keplercreekoutdoors.creator-spring.com/ We'd like to thank our sponsors Dirty Duck Coffee, Triptik and Huntwise! Promo code KCO15 for 15% off Dirty Duck Coffee and apparel Promo Code KCO20 for 20% off of HuntWise Use code KCO18 for 18% off of TideWe gear! Subscribe!
New Ideal, from the Ayn Rand Institute
In this episode of New Ideal Live, Onkar Ghate and Elan Journo discuss two landmark cases before the Supreme Court of the United States on the legality of using race in college admissions. They explain how collectivist thinking and state involvement in higher education have created policies that are fundamentally at odds with America's history of individualism. Among the topics covered: How the court cases reveal a pernicious reliance on race in college admissions; Ayn Rand's opposition to quotas and affirmative action; How previous rulings left the value of “diversity” unchallenged; Why the role of diversity in education doesn't justify race-based admissions; The baseless claim of diversity as a “compelling state interest”; Justice Sotomayor's shocking claim that there is de jure racial segregation; The crucial difference between private and government-mandated racial standards; The arbitrariness of legal racial categories; Why rhetoric about racial “representation” still amounts to racial quotas; Why current admissions policies are racist, not a remedy to racism. Mentioned in this podcast and relevant to the discussion are Ayn Rand's essay “Moral Inflation” in The Ayn Rand Letter (March–April 1974), her essay “Racism,” her Q&A on affirmative action at the 1978 Ford Hall Forum, reprinted in Ayn Rand Answers (p. 105), and her essay “Representation without Authorization,” reprinted in The Voice of Reason. The podcast was recorded on March 10, 2023. Listen to the discussion below. Listen and subscribe from your mobile device on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or Stitcher. Watch archived podcasts here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I5Auzpbgb0A Podcast audio:
In episode 63 of The Gradient Podcast, Daniel Bashir speaks to Joe Edelman.Joe developed the meaning-based organizational metrics at Couchsurfing.com, then co-founded the Center for Humane Technology with Tristan Harris, and coined the term “Time Well Spent” for a family of metrics adopted by teams at Facebook, Google, and Apple. Since then, he's worked on the philosophical underpinnings for new business metrics, design methods, and political movements. The central idea is to make people's sources of meaning explicit, so that how meaningful or meaningless things are can be rigorously accounted for. His previous career was in HCI and programming language design.Have suggestions for future podcast guests (or other feedback)? Let us know here!Subscribe to The Gradient Podcast: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Pocket Casts | RSSFollow The Gradient on TwitterOutline:* (00:00) Intro (yes Daniel is trying a new intro format)* (01:30) Joe's origin story* (07:15) Revealed preferences and personal meaning, recommender systems* (12:30) Is using revealed preferences necessary? * (17:00) What are values and how do you detect them? * (24:00) Figuring out what's meaningful to us* (28:45) The decline of spaces and togetherness* (35:00) Individualism and economic/political theory, tensions between collectivism/individualism* (41:00) What it looks like to build spaces, Habitat* (47:15) Cognitive effects of social platforms* (51:45) Atomized communication, re-imagining chat apps* (55:50) Systems for social groups and medium independence* (1:02:45) Spaces being built today* (1:05:15) Joe is building research groups! Get in touch :)* (1:05:40) OutroLinks:* Joe's 80m lecture on techniques for rebuilding society on meaning (youtube, transcript)* The discord for Rebuilding Meaning—join if you'd like to help build ML models or metrics using the methods discussed* Writing/papers mentioned:* Tech products (that don't cause depression and war)* Values, Preferences, Meaningful Choice* Social Programming Considered as a Habitat for Groups* Is Anything Worth Maximizing* Joe's homepage, Twitter, and YouTube page Get full access to The Gradient at thegradientpub.substack.com/subscribe
Vineyard Church Northwest Podcast
The following conversation is with Tyler Burge. Burge is an American Philosopher who is the Flint Professor of Philosophy at UCLA. He is the author of numerous articles in philosophy of mind, philosophy of psychology, epistemology, philosophy of language and logic, and history of philosophy. His most recent books are Origins of Objectivity (2010) and Perception: First Form of Mind (2022). He has published the first three of several projected volumes of essays: Truth, Thought, Reason: Essays on Frege; Foundations of Mind; Cognition Through Understanding. Two books of essays on his work, with replies, are Reflections and Replies: Essays on the Philosophy of Tyler Burge, and Meaning, Basic Self-Knowledge, and Mind.Rate and subscribe if you enjoy the content and follow 'overcoming_the_divide' on Instagram!Time Stamps::30 Intro3:40 What is anti-individualism 6:45 Plato, Aristotle and anti-individualism 8:45 Environment and up-bringing11:05 Morals and Justice17:45 Morally wrong but accepting of the circumstances22:39 Machiavellianism and Politics30:00 One's interpretation of art Music: Coma-Media (intro) WinkingFoxMusic (outro)Recorded: 1/13
Protest movements have broken out against the oppressive regimes in Iran and China. Young Iranians posted their reasons for rebelling under the hashtag Baraye, meaning “because” and the singer-songwriter Shervin Hajipour compiled many of these reasons into a song of the same title that has become an anthem of the Iranian movement and an inspiration to those fighting for freedom around the world. One line in particular stands out. Young people are rebelling because of their “yeaning for an ordinary life”—for the opportunity to lead lives of the sort many around the world take for granted. By historical standards such “ordinary lives” are extraordinary, and indeed the way of living that freedom fighters long for has not been fully realized, even in the freest and most prosperous societies. It is a way of life that is demanded by human nature, such that the best among us and the best within us yearn for it, often without being able to define it or chart a course towards it. In this talk, Dr. Brook articulates the object of this yearning, discusses how it animates the movements in Iran and China, and draws implications for the fight for freedom in these countries and around the world.Recorded on January 26, 2023 at at Crum Auditorium, University of Texas - Austin, Austin, TX.10:00 Intro10:20 Iranian protest song Baraye12:50 Death of Mahsa Amini starting protests in Iran19:18 Protests in China28:24 Exodus from Cuba, Russia and Venezuela30:04 Price paid by the protesters36:24 Yearning for an Ordinary Life40:34 Why do we have freedom? 44:55 What happened 250 years ago?47:30 Reason, see http://aynrandlexicon.com/lexicon/reason.html49:27 Individualism, see http://aynrandlexicon.com/lexicon/individualism.html 49:55 What is Freedom?, see http://aynrandlexicon.com/lexicon/freedom.html52:32 Enlightenment55:40 Noble cause for freedomLive Questions:59:41 Israeli–Palestinian conflict1:02:29 Western companies doing business in China1:10:48 Western press coverage of those uprisings1:16:37 Fall of the Berlin Wall1:21:44 Silence towards Iran1:22:42 Civil Rights Movement1:28:56 Moral culpability of US1:30:34 Covid lockdowns1:33:21 Self-esteem1:37:10 Is freedom necessary progression of any society?1:41:55 Property rights1:45:21 Way to improve western system1:50:10 Minority neighborhoods1:52:10 How to influence political decisions?1:56:00 OutroShow is Sponsored by Ayn Rand University https://university.aynrand.org/ as well as by https://www.expressvpn.com/yaron & https://www.fountainheadcasts.comJoin this channel to get access to perks:https://www.youtube.com/@YaronBrook/joinLike what you hear? Like, share, and subscribe to stay updated on new videos and help promote the Yaron Brook Show: https://bit.ly/3ztPxTxSupport the Show and become a sponsor: https://www.patreon.com/YaronBrookShowOr make a one-time donation: https://bit.ly/2RZOyJJContinue the discussion by following Yaron on Twitter (https://bit.ly/3iMGl6z) and Facebook (https://bit.ly/3vvWDDC )Want to learn more about Ayn Rand and Objectivism? Visit the Ayn Rand Institute: https://bit.ly/35qoEC3#iranprotests #iranianregime #China #Freedom #baraye #liberty #immigration #Economy #Objectivism #AynRand #politics
Today on What's Right: This is a country founded on freedom and the individual The Minnesota 9th-grader whose school board speech went viral Racist indoctrination in our public schools We need to get serious and remove the privilege of leftist teachers Alex Murdaugh trial updates Why you should embrace your right to remain silent How was Pete Buttigieg received in East Palestine? Claims that Trump's deregulation caused the Ohio crash fall flat The lessons of an old forgotten study about imaginary scars Tim Scott's message about race and America that everyone needs to hear Thanks for tuning into today's episode of What's Right! If you enjoyed this episode, subscribe to the show on Spotify or Apple Podcasts and make sure you leave us a 5-star review. Have personal injury questions? Visit Sam & Ash Injury Law to get free answers 24/7. Connect with us on our socials: TWITTER Sam @WhatsRightSam What's Right Show @WhatsRightShow FACEBOOK What's Right Show https://www.facebook.com/WhatsRightShow/ INSTAGRAM What's Right Show @WhatsRightShow
Rugged individualism occupies the heart of American mythology.We pull ourselves up by our bootstraps. We ignore structural inequality and rely on our “can do” attitudes. We take on the personal shame of job loss or bankruptcy or health struggles. And we unquestionably accept that to make it in America, all we need to do is work hard.Are we happier and is our society stronger for all our self-reliance? Or does individualism exacerbate the political, social, and interpersonal issues that cause us all so much pain? And in what ways do we collude with this toxic myth as we lead and support others around us? In today's leadership roundtable conversation, my guests discuss how addressing the cultural burden of individualism is a powerful place to start when looking to also address the cultural burdens of racism, sexism, and consumerism.Deran Young is a licensed therapist, CDWF, CDTL, Co-Author of the New York Times Best Seller, You Are Your Best Thing, retired military officer, and the founder of Black Therapists Rock.Black Therapists Rock is a nonprofit organization that mobilizes over 30,000 mental health professionals committed to reducing the psychological impact of systemic oppression and intergenerational trauma. Deran is a leading influencer and public figure committed to spreading mental health awareness and improving health equity.Dr. Richard Schwartz began his career as a systemic family therapist and an academic. Grounded in systems thinking, Dr. Schwartz developed Internal Family Systems (IFS) in response to clients' descriptions of various parts within themselves. A featured speaker for national professional organizations, Dr. Schwartz has published many books, including his latest book, No Bad Parts, and over fifty articles about IFS.Listen to the full episode to hear:Four cultural legacy burdens and how they impact everything from our personal lives to our governmentHow individualism helps perpetuate denial of systemic burdensThe difference between shame and guilt as we identify the burdens we carryHow addressing the parts of you that hold our cultural burdens can keep overwhelm and shame from activatingWhy curiosity and compassion are not the same as complicityWhy clarity is the opposite of denialLearn more about Deran Young:Black Therapists RockYou Are Your Best ThingFacebook: Black Therapists ROCK™Instagram: @blacktherapistsrockLearn more about Dr. Richard Schwartz:IFS InstituteNo Bad PartsLearn more about Rebecca:rebeccaching.comWork With RebeccaSign up for the weekly Unburdened Leader Email
Barry takes a trip down memory lane prompted by his recent 60th birthday to highlight an important issue. In sharing his experience of race relations growing up in Texas he hopes that people younger than him will learn what he did not—until he was much older than he should have been. Article: Gov. Greg Abbott […]
The Reason Interview With Nick Gillespie
The "interactive artist" inspired by Jack Kirby and Barry Goldwater challenges social media and intellectual conformity.
Today's Topics: 1) Gospel - Mk 7:31-37 - Jesus left the district of Tyre and went by way of Sidon to the Sea of Galilee, into the district of the Decapolis. And people brought to Him a deaf man who had a speech impediment and begged Him to lay His Hand on him. He took him off by himself away from the crowd. He put His Finger into the man's ears and, spitting, touched his tongue; then He looked up to heaven and groaned, and said to him, "Ephphatha!" (that is, "Be opened!") And immediately the man's ears were opened, his speech impediment was removed, and he spoke plainly. He ordered them not to tell anyone. But the more He ordered them not to, the more they proclaimed it. They were exceedingly astonished and they said, "He has done all things well. He makes the deaf hear and the mute speak." Memorial of Saint Scholastica, Virgin Saint Scholastica, pray for us! Bishop Sheen quote of the day 2) Late journalist George Neumayr warned: "The clock on Catholic civilization is nearing midnight" https://thefederalist.com/2023/01/31/late-journalist-george-neumayr-warned-the-clock-on-catholic-civilization-is-nearing-midnight/ 3) Catholic 101: Individualism and collectivism are two of the greatest threats to human happiness. Catholic Social Teaching and the Destruction of Societies https://www.crisismagazine.com/opinion/catholic-social-teaching-and-the-destruction-of-societies 4) Good story of Catholic, Harrison Butker, playing in this weekend's Super Bowl https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bRFqqP5D0_Q
On this episode of "The Federalist Radio Hour," Leonydus Johnson, author and host of "Informed Dissent with Leonydus," joins Federalist Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss the rise of critical race theory in schools and why raising a culture of victims isn't sustainable. You can find Johnson's book "Raising Victims: The Pernicious Rise of Critical Race Theory" here: https://www.regnery.com/9781684513772/raising-victims/
For some time now, it seems that both liberals and conservatives are split between their elites and individuals. Maybe the true divisions between groups are changing. For example, Bill O'Reilly sounded more like an elite than he did a conservative recently.audio edited by: http://JayPrescott.comAlso, please visit our YouTube Channel at:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCk7egW4657D6IBrlzOTd6Dwvideos edited by: http://JayPrescottVideo.com
MagaMama with Kimberly Ann Johnson: Sex, Birth and Motherhood
In this episode, Kimberly and Katie discuss Katie's work as a somatic therapist, intuitive guide, and healer. She explains how she came to her craniosacral and healing work as a young child. She discusses chakras as the portals between our nervous systems and our spiritual connection, as well as the importance of grounding, alignment, and the heart space. They discuss heartbreak and grief as utterly human, and how the internet serves as the nervous system for the collective. Katie offers hope for maintaining our connection, regulation, and containment during difficult times. Bio Katie Dove is a somatic therapist, intuitive guide, healer, and mystic with over two decades of experience working with individuals and groups. She is a keeper of ancient wisdom, exploring new paths for the preservation of human nature through connection to mother nature. Her methods weave a mixture of experiences she has collected over time, modalities she has personally cultivated, and extensive studies in transpersonal psychology and craniosacral therapy. With exploration in voice, touch, sound, and movement, she guides her clients and students to investigate habits, freedom of choice, expressiveness, and the wealth of sensory information within and around them. What She Shares: –Katie's journey as a healing practitioner –Chakras as nervous system regulators –Grounding, aligning, and vulnerability –Internet as a collective nervous system –Mothering from the heart space –Upcoming in person and online classes What You'll Hear: –Initiation into healing journey at three years old –Felt light sensation passing through sister's body into own hands –Raised Catholic and trying to make senses of experiences –Developed ability to sense into the body –Experienced trauma and initiation into shadow work –Mapping unseen terrain of the body, psyche, and soul –Began massage school and followed craniosacral teachers –A gift funneled through framework of somatic work –Holding circles and living principles of community –Psycho-structural balancing –Facilitating alignment with Source –Conscious relationship with Source through somatic and transpersonal psychology –Chakras as intermediary between nervous system to ethereal –Flow state as full relationship and trust to that which moves us –Self-regulating and Source –Not living in heart is not living in relationship to Source –Grief as a portal to Source –Acknowledging the collective heart right now –Entering through the heart space instead of the mind –Develop our relationship to the Vertical –Grounding into Earth and finding individual pathway to the Vertical –Myth of aloneness causing devastation –Source regulation means being in our power –Deeply rooted vertically to connect horizontally to world around us –Chakras supported by consistent, vertical rooting –Nervous system can remain grounded –Spiritual bypassing occurs with no substance or rootedness –Cannot bypass our own hearts and connection to One Heart –Better to have broken heart than an uninhabited heart –Brokenheartedness makes us humble, curious, and driven –Experiencing heartbreak when becoming pregnant –Gift of expansion through motherhood –Connection to the planet is connection to the Greater Heart –Stewarding our bodies and Mother Nature –Internet as a collective nervous system –Turning to internet as a responsibility to coregulate in online world –Grounding online world back vertically –Individualism is not goal at this edge of human evolution –Walking the edge is revolution –The unnegotiable open heart –ROLFing for the chakras class –Upcoming online classes on source regulation, grounding techniques, and containment Resources Website: https://www.katiedove.love/
This Isn't Therapy... it's the long-awaited episode about r̶u̶g̶g̶e̶d̶-i̶n̶d̶i̶v̶i̶d̶u̶a̶l̶i̶s̶m̶ SHREK. Okay, okay, okay, we admit, this is just an excuse to talk about the seminal film, and character of the same name, SHREK. Yes, Shrek. The rugged individualist of our time. In this episode, Jake and Simon talk about the concept of rugged individualism, the myth and unhelpful belief that we should be able to do it all on our own. We're digging deep and peeling back the many layers of this onion! Join us. :-)Creators & Guests Jake Ernst - Host Simon Paluck - Host Hello, hi! Follow us on Instagram: @notatherapypodcastJake Ernst: @mswjakeSimon Paluck: @directedbysimon Episode Mixed by Jordan Paluck
I was a guest on the Ed Franklin No Limits podcast on January 25th. We discuss individualism, 2022 Year in Review, COVID policies and gyms, genealogy, and a wide range of other topics. Ed Franklin, No Limits Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/edfranklin-nolimits/id1553490805 https://www.youtube.com/@edfranklin1962 #sandiego #poway #individualism #2022 #geneology Get San Diego news and newsmaker updates, plus proven and easy-to-implement strategies to pursue your happiness. Sign up now. It is FREE! https://johnrileyproject.com/ Be sure to share this video with a friend! Sponsors: Happiness76.com – your source of gear that celebrates Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness. https://happiness76.com/ PowayStore.com – your source for Poway t-shirts, gifts, and other Poway swag. https://powaystore.com/ I also co-host a podcast with legendary sports talk icon, Lee Hacksaw Hamilton. Check out Lee Hacksaw Hamilton's podcast every Thursday at 3pm on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter or wherever you get your podcasts. ☆☆ STAY CONNECTED ☆☆ SUBSCRIBE for more reactions, upcoming shows and more! ► https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJJSzeIW2A-AeT7gwonglMA FACEBOOK ➡ https://www.facebook.com/johnrileyproject/ TWITTER ➡ https://twitter.com/JohnRileyPoway INSTAGRAM ➡ https://www.instagram.com/johnrileypoway/ SPONSOR ➡ https://johnrileyproject.com/sponsorship/ DONATE ➡ https://johnrileyproject.com/donations/donation-form/ MUSIC ➡ https://www.purple-planet.com
Antisemitism is the collectivization of people into a group. It is contrary to individualism on every level. It dehumanizes humans and erodes individual value. In this clip from Freedom Is the Cure's “The Jewish Tangent,” Paul interviews Dennis Behreandt and Steve Bonta of The New American magazine about the dangerous idea of a Jewish conspiratorial […] The post Antisemitism Denies Individualism appeared first on The John Birch Society.
Antisemitism is the collectivization of people into a group. It is contrary to individualism on every level. It dehumanizes humans and erodes individual value. In this clip from Freedom Is the Cure's “The Jewish Tangent,” Paul interviews Dennis Behreandt and Steve Bonta of The New American magazine about the dangerous idea of a Jewish conspiratorial elite. Watch the full episode @ https://rumble.com/v26xz8g-the-jewish-conspiracy-tangent.html Join The John Birch Society in our epic undertaking to restore America and liberty @ https://jbs.org/join/ Get your American-made JBS stoneware coffee mug @ https://shopjbs.org/product/jbs-stoneware-mug/
Stretch: Relias Rehab Therapy Education
PT, PTA, OT, OTA, SLP – this podcast may help you meet your continuing education requirements. Access Relias Academy to review course certificate information. How are we doing? Click here to give us feedback Are you overwhelmed by the expectation that you should be an expert clinician and an expert in all of the different cultures of your incredibly diverse patients? Help is on the way! Rahimeh Ramezany, who identifies as a multiethnic, neurodiverse, visibly Muslim American woman and works as a diversity, equity, inclusion, and intercultural specialist, joins us to discuss strategies to ensure your rehabilitation interventions align with your patient's culture. (03:04) Why It Matters (05:19) Stereotypes and Self-Awareness of Biases (07:46) Modesty: Working with a Provider of a Different Gender (09:36) Asking for Consent to Touch (11:41) Considerations for a Clinician and Patient of Different Genders (14:30) Direct and Indirect Communication (17:48) Creating a Space for Psychological Safety (19:44) Asking the Right Question to Probe Patient Status (22:55) Integrating Home Exercise Programs into the Patient's Day (24:02) Individualism and Collectivism (29:02) Accommodations for Prayer During Treatment Time (35:10) Muslim Dress and Modesty (39:43) Food and Drinks (42:16) Fasting During Ramadhan (46:37) Modifying Movement for Prayers (50:36) Conclusion The content for this course was created by Rahimeh Ramezany, M.A. The content for this course was created by Tiffany Shubert, PT, Ph.D. The content for this course was created by Susan Almon-Matangos, MS, CCC-SLP. Here is how Relias can help you earn continuing education credits: Access your Relias Library offered by your employer to see course certificate information and exam; or Access the continuing education library for clinicians at Relias Academy. Review the course certificate information, and if eligible, you can purchase the course to access the course exam and receive your certificate. Learn more about Relias at www.relias.com. Legal Disclaimer: The content of Stretch: Relias Rehab Therapy Education is provided only for educational and training purposes for healthcare professionals. The educational material provided in this podcast should not be used as medical advice to treat any medical condition in either yourself or others. Resources 5 best practices for treating your Muslim patients: https://www.mdatl.com/2018/04/cultural-sensitivity-5-best-practices-treating-muslim-patients/ Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR): An employer's guide to Islamic religious practices: https://www.cair.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/An-Employer%E2%80%99s-Guide-to-Islamic-Religious-Practices.pdf Institute for Social Policy and Understanding (ISPU): Meeting the healthcare needs of American Muslims: Challenges and strategies for healthcare settings: https://www.ispu.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/620_ISPU_Report_Aasim-Padela_final.pdf
Protest movements have broken out against the oppressive regimes in Iran and China. Young Iranians posted their reasons for rebelling under the hashtag Baraye, meaning “because” and the singer-songwriter Shervin Hajipour compiled many of these reasons into a song of the same title that has become an anthem of the Iranian movement and an inspiration to those fighting for freedom around the world. One line in particular stands out. Young people are rebelling because of their “yeaning for an ordinary life”—for the opportunity to lead lives of the sort many around the world take for granted. By historical standards such “ordinary lives” are extraordinary, and indeed the way of living that freedom fighters long for has not been fully realized, even in the freest and most prosperous societies. It is a way of life that is demanded by human nature, such that the best among us and the best within us yearn for it, often without being able to define it or chart a course towards it. In this talk hosted by the Salem Center at Univesrity of Texas, Austin, Dr. Brook articulates the object of this yearning, discusses how it animates the movements in Iran and China, and draws implications for the fight for freedom in these countries and around the world.00:00 Intro00:20 Iranian protest song Baraye02:50 Death of Mahsa Amini starting protests in Iran09:18 Protests in China18:24 Exodus from Cuba, Russia and Venezuela20:04 Price paid by the protesters26:24 Yearning for an Ordinary Life30:34 Why do we have freedom? 34:55 What happened 250 years ago?37:30 Reason, see http://aynrandlexicon.com/lexicon/reason.html39:27 Individualism, see http://aynrandlexicon.com/lexicon/individualism.html 39:55 What is Freedom?, see http://aynrandlexicon.com/lexicon/freedom.html42:32 Enlightenment45:40 Noble cause for freedomLive Questions:49:41 Israeli–Palestinian conflict52:29 Western companies doing business in China1:00:48 Western press coverage of those uprisings1:06:37 Fall of the Berlin Wall1:11:44 Silence towards Iran1:12:42 Civil Rights Movement1:18:56 Moral culpability of US1:20:34 Covid lockdowns1:23:21 Self-esteem1:27:10 Is freedom necessary progression of any society?1:31:55 Property rights1:35:21 Way to improve western system1:40:10 Minority neighborhoods1:42:10 How to influence political decisions?1:46:00 OutroShow is Sponsored by Ayn Rand University https://university.aynrand.org/ as well as by https://www.expressvpn.com/yaron & https://www.fountainheadcasts.comJoin this channel to get access to perks:https://www.youtube.com/@YaronBrook/joinLike what you hear? Like, share, and subscribe to stay updated on new videos and help promote the Yaron Brook Show: https://bit.ly/3ztPxTxSupport the Show and become a sponsor: https://www.patreon.com/YaronBrookShowOr make a one-time donation: https://bit.ly/2RZOyJJContinue the discussion by following Yaron on Twitter (https://bit.ly/3iMGl6z) and Facebook (https://bit.ly/3vvWDDC )Want to learn more about Ayn Rand and Objectivism? Visit the Ayn Rand Institute: https://bit.ly/35qoEC3#iranprotests #iranianregime #China #Freedom #baraye #liberty #immigration #Economy #Objectivism #AynRand #politics
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Participating in modern society is interdependent by nature. But in the United States, individualism and exceptionalism are part of the dominant narrative of how we relate to success, failure, and each other. Erica discusses how the winter holidays can be a useful illustration of how interdependence and individualism show up for us in school, work, and in our relationships and communities. In this discussion: Defining individualism and interdependence How the holidays provide a foil for observing these paradigms in our lives Three questions to help you define where and how individualism and interdependence are showing up for you Ready to dive deeper? Interdependence does not have to be cumbersome or heavy. In The Pause on the Play® Community, you can join us for Collaboration Speed Dating, our answer to traditional networking events where we connect the diverse membership of the community with people seeking guests and collaborators, to share opportunities with each other, and to support each other's work. These fun, fulfilling, and supportive events are just one way that we explore interdependence within the community. Join us for full access to events, conversations, Q&As, workshops, and our library of evergreen resources and replays. Learn more at: pauseontheplay.com/community Resources: White Supremacy Culture, Minnesota Historical Society Individualism - White Supremacy Culture
In this week's Connecting Clip Of The Week, we'll hear a snippet from Paul's conversation with Brett Rayl, Executive Director of Christ Bible Institute in Japan. In this clip, Brett explains the biggest obstacle to gospel ministry in Japan and how it differs from what we might expect.To hear the entire episode, check out the Paul Tripp Podcast episode 371.