El exfutbolista valora el triunfo del Atlético de Madrid por 3-0 al Valladolid y su inmediato efecto en el derbi de Copa: "Da confianza y autoesmita".
El exfutbolista valora el triunfo del Atlético de Madrid por 3-0 al Valladolid y su inmediato efecto en el derbi de Copa: "Da confianza y autoesmita".
(NOTAS Y ENLACES DEL CAPÍTULO AQUÍ: https://www.jaimerodriguezdesantiago.com/kaizen/151-kiko-llaneras-pensamiento-numerico-incertidumbre-y-la-importancia-de-rodearse-de-gente-que-disfruta-de-las-cosas/)Bueno, ¡pues ya está aquí 2023! Espero que hayas tenido unas fiestas estupendas y que esté sea un año muy feliz para ti. El mío promete por muchas cosas que ya te iré contando, pero sin ir más lejos porque lo vamos a empezar con una entrevista a alguien de quien me has oído hablar en más de una ocasión.En esa obsesión que tengo con los perfiles híbridos y la gente que combina distintas habilidades, un nombre que ha salido varias veces es el de Kiko Llaneras. Lo suelo poner de ejemplo, igual que a mi buena amiga Cristina Carrascosa, como ese tipo de personas que han encontrado un nicho bastante único en el que prácticamente no compiten con casi nadie. Lo que no significa que lo que hacen sea fácil, al contrario, que han sabido combinar sus intereses, sus conocimientos y sus habilidades de una forma casi única. Y yo te contaba todo esto sin conocer a Kiko de nada. Simplemente por haberle leído algunos artículos aquí y allá, por ver el tipo de contenido que empezó a hacer El País cuando él se unió al periódico y habiendo cotilleado un poco su perfil; eso de un ingeniero dedicado al periodismo de datos me llamó la atención. Lo que no sabía y fui descubriendo mientras preparaba la entrevista y durante nuestra charla es que Kiko era un perfil tan kaizen. Lo cierto es que compartimos un montón de intereses y hasta una trayectoria paralela en muchas cosas. Así que, como no podía ser de otra manera, acabamos hablando de todo. De cómo pensar de manera numérica, de afrontar la incertidumbre, de labrarse un perfil híbrido, de la prensa en tiempos de internet y hasta de bacterias y de gente disfrutona —por separado, no mezclados. En fin, que estuvimos hablando algo más de una hora, pero nos podíamos haber tirado una tarde entera.
Raising goats to make your own cheese is a great goal. Today I'll go over the basics of how to get started. Making the cheese is another topic for later. Let's just start with what it takes to raise and care for the animals that make it happen. First let me take a minute and say welcome to all the new listeners and welcome back to the veteran homestead-loving regulars who stop by the FarmCast for every episode. As always, I appreciate you all so much. Thank you. There is no show without you. Our Virginia Homestead Life Updates Before I get started on today's topic, just a very brief update on our animals. All of the animals are doing really, really well. No issues so far, even though we had that really deep cold snap. Fortunately, we did not have any lambs born during that time. That was my only concern. Right now, it looks like it will be February before we have lambs. It always takes longer than I think. Lambs Lambs gestate for about five months. And the pregnant ewes end up looking like they are going to burst for days and days before the lambs actually arrive. You would think I would get used to it. I looked at one of our ewes a few days ago and thought to myself, “she's going to have her lambs in the next couple of weeks.” Then I looked at her again yesterday and now I'm thinking it is going to be much later. This is the way of things when we leave the animals on their own for breeding. Scott keeps really close eye on the cows because they come up to the milking shed every day. The sheep and goats stay out in the pasture, so knowing when they come into heat is just not feasible. Because we know the date that the breeding ram or buck goes in with the ewes and does, we know the earliest date that babies can be born. But after that, we just wing it and figure that all will be born within two months. That usually works. These animals are healthy and can be bred easily. Cows We expect our first calf of 2023 the first week of March. The entire herd is all in one lump except for the two heifer calves that were born last year. They are too young to be bred and must be kept separate until we are ready for their breeding to commence. If I remember correctly, that will be some time in the summer. June, July or August. They will go in with the bull and have their first calf about the time they reach two years old. Chickens The chickens are doing well. At least three of the four roosters did get a little bit of comb damage during that cold snap. We kept them locked in their coop so their combined warmth would help keep everyone warm. Unfortunately, our roosters have very large combs. Those are those big red things sticking up from the top of their heads. They are quite subject to frostbite. There is only a small bit of damage that I saw. Maybe a ¼ inch or less on the tip of one or two of the points. So other than that, all is well with them. Goats My young goat girls are doing fantastic. They are still quite small, but will enter the breeding cycle in less than a month. They also require five months of gestation for their kids. We will be looking for our first kids from them in the height of summer. July and August should brings us those cutest of cuteness, goat kids. Well, it's kind of a toss up between the kids and the lambs. They are both just as cute as they can be when young. Speaking of goats, how about some info on how you might get set up for raising your own goats? Raising Goats I'm going to recount, to the best of my ability, the steps we took to prepare for raising goats. Then I will talk about some of the challenges. The rewards of owning and caring for goats far outweighs the challenges. Keep that in mind if you decide to go on the goat journey. Getting Set Up As you are making your plans for bringing goats into your life, the second highest priority is deciding how you will contain them. I'm going to say with near complete certainty that no matter how well you plan this and prepare for it, your goats will escape. Why do I say that? Because they are goats. It's what they do. What Do Goats Eat? The first priority is deciding how you will feed them? Grazing is always the first choice here, but there are times when feeding a little grain is useful. And then there are nutritional supplements to be considered. Today it is popular to think that we are going completely back to nature and they can just live on grass. That is a fallacy in today's world. Domesticated animals have been bred for generations to be cared for and so we must continue this practice. Our soils are depleted and the grasses that grow no longer have all of the required nutrition for healthy animals. You will need to give them mineral supplements. You will need to manage their pastures. And sometimes, as much as you may try to prevent it, you will need to use modern medicine to save the life of your animals. These are skills you will build over time and I'll try to cover the basics a little later. Grass vs Browse There are many types of grasses such as orchardgrass, crabgrass, fescue and so on, and your goats will eat them. However, they prefer what is called browse for well over half of their daily diet. What is browse you say? It's brush, small deciduous trees like those small pines intruding at the edge of your pasture, and small saplings. They love things with thorns like briars, brambles and small black locust trees. They like wild roses and wild blackberry plants, also thorny. Then there are what we normally call weeds that they love. Things like pigweed, various kinds of docks, plantain and lambs quarters. The pigweed and yellowdock have deep roots and are hard to get rid of like dandelion. Plantain and lambs quarters grow wild all over the pasture and are great goat food, while we spend hours trying to get them out of our gardens before they take over. So, keep that in mind when deciding what your goats might eat. Grain What about grain? We personally don't use a lot of grain with our goats, or the sheep for that matter. But there are uses for it. In the commercial world, young lambs and goat kids are fed what is called “creep feed”. It is used to get their weight up so they can be weaned off of mother's milk at an earlier age and remain healthy. As far as I can tell, its purpose is to get animals to market quicker and at less cost. Neither of these goals are our goals, so we don't use creep feed. We do use grain for other reasons. The number one reason is the health of a doe about to give birth as well as her kids. Where we live, the soil is depleted of selenium. You will need to check your area to see if this is the case where you will be raising your goats. Selenium is vital for the health of your animals. White Muscle Disease In the beginning, we used to have kids just disappear after a week or so. Our first goats were really wild and we couldn't even catch them. They had their kids out on the pasture and we let the does take care of the kids without any intervention. We assumed that predators were getting these little guys. Then one day I caught one of the week-old kids not able to get up and stay standing up. I quickly drug out the book on goat health that I had on my shelf and discovered the problem. It's called white muscle disease and it is a result of too little selenium. In our case, the kids would not have enough selenium and quickly became too weak to stand. The kids are very clever at hiding and that is why they just seemed to disappear without a trace. I found one once hiding under a small pile of wood and once in the trunk of a tree. They are small and very easy to miss. Anyway, White muscle disease is quite easy to remedy if you catch it quickly. A bolus of selenium and vitamin E and the kid is back on its feet within hours. But the better treatment is the preventative treatment. We feed our does just a bit of grain containing selenium supplement every day beginning about two weeks before we estimate they will give birth and then for about a week after. That ensures that mom has the selenium she needs and is passing it on to her kid via her milk. This completely eliminated losing kids to white muscle disease. Goat Taming The second reason we use a little bit of grain is to tame the goats. Right now my two baby girls will follow me anywhere. I can even pet Lian and she doesn't run away. Admittedly, I do have to wait for her to come up to me. If I try to walk up to her in the pasture, she might walk away if she doesn't see me with a bowl in hand. It is a very small amount, less than a cup between the two of them, and not every day. I'm loving the friendliness that I have not had in the past. Just a quick note. Our first goats were purchased while we were still traveling back and forth from Virginia to South Carolina and back every single week. I didn't have the time to spend with my goats that I have now. And they were wild. We could not get within 50 feet of them. It was a real learning curve to get them into the corral. The tasks was accomplished but not without frustration. Travel Lanes Scott has built the useful system of fences to move animals from one large area to another. We call them travel lanes. These were so useful in herding the goats. If we could get them into a travel lane, we could move them to a smaller and smaller area until we could catch them up to check on their health. One, we called her Julie Jumper, could escape even this arrangement. It was nearly a year before we were able to give her a health check. Every time we would corral them, she would jump over the five or six-foot fence. It took Scott building that fence up to 10 feet high to keep her contained. It was a small area, so it wasn't like we had to redo all of our fences. Just those in the corral. So, grain feeding for taming it a great thing. You want to be able to catch them up to check for general gut health and hoof health. Ok, enough about grain. Let's get to creating the most nutritious pasture for your goats. Rotational Grazing We set up a rotational grazing system. This system is the best way to maintain their health with minimal intervention with things like worming chemicals. I'll talk more about worms in a minute. Rotational grazing is also the best way to maintain your pasture. Maintaining pasture is essential for having good foraging and grazing for your goats. You want them to have lots of good grass and browse to maintain their weight and for nutritional support. How much pasture you require will depend on where you live. In Texas and Oklahoma, you will need more acreage per animal than we require here in Virginia. If you have questions in that regard, email me and I'll try to give you resources to find out what is best for your part of the world. Basic rotational grazing for us was setting up a perimeter fence around all of the pastures and then creating smaller paddocks within those larger areas. You will want to set it up so that each paddock will have no goats for a couple of months. This has to do with letting the pastures regrow as well as keeping the parasite load under control. That means those pesky worms I mentioned earlier. Fencing There are a couple of different approaches you can take with fencing. One, a permanent fence system. Two, an electric fence system. In my humble opinion, option two still needs a permanent fence perimeter. What do I mean by that? Permanent Fence As I mentioned, the goats will get out. Even with a “permanent” fence, they will find a way out eventually. You will want to be able to catch them up quickly so be ready for that. But here again, prevention is best. We can't have them getting injured by getting out in the road. And we can't have them damaging the neighbor's property. A good strong perimeter fence is your best insurance for managing this risk. Permanent fence needs to be designed specifically for goats. The wires nearer the bottom are closer together so the smaller kids are contained. I've seen our full-grown goat girls get through a fence wire that was barely 6” square. I can't remember her name, but any time of the day we might find her grazing outside of the perimeter fence. Thankfully, they are herd animals and she never went far from the rest of the herd. Later she would be back inside just going on about her business. Taller is better. Most goats like to jump and some can jump really high – Julie Jumper was as pro. Keep it close to the ground. If the land is not level and uneven, be aware of gaps at the bottom as you move across terrain. We use two strands of barbed wire at the top for extra height and deterrence from jumping. As far as the dividers between paddocks, this is where electric fence is an option. We chose permanent fence here as well, but it is not absolutely necessary. Electric Fence The advantage of electric fence that is commonly used for all sorts of pastured animals is the ease of moving it. In the spring there will be lots of grass and browse, therefore, you may keep them in a smaller area to make sure they eat everything before moving on to the next paddock. Later in the summer, they may require a larger area for the same amount of time grazing as the grass is not as tall and definitely not growing as fast. Being able to vary the size of the paddock is easily accomplished with electric netting. It facilitates a more regular schedule for you. Again, we chose permanent fencing so our trade-off is that sometimes they might be in an area for a week and other times as much as two or three weeks if the grass is strong. It's a little different way of thinking about it than just automatically moving them every few days or every week or however much time you decide is optimal between rotations. We move on their schedule. Electric wire lets you move on your schedule. Source of Electricity Things to consider with electric fencing is whether you have electricity available close to your pasture, or are you going to use a solar charger to keep the electric fence hot. While a hard wire is more reliable, it's not that practical unless you have only a few goats that basically in your back yard. If you have more extensive pasture, then solar becomes almost a requirement. The solar unit moves with the fence. You can also use a marine battery that will move with the fence. All things to consider in planning your system. Plus, these are great conversations with your spouse. I love our dream building conversations probably more than anything else we do together. That's just me. I'm not sure Scott would rate the conversations that high, but he does like spending time with me. So, there is that. Housing Sheep will stay outside in the worst of weather. Goats do like a bit of cover from the worst of it. Though it is not absolutely essential, it is recommended. Of course, how elaborate will depend on your individual situation. They really don't require a lot of space and will bunch together and snuggle each other. We have a calf hutch and a couple of dog igloos. Some people build wooden structures including a space where hay can be stored close by for use in the winter. A simple lean-to or covered area with open sides are also options. Just a little something they can get under when the rain comes down hard. Supplements and Disease Management A couple of last things to consider in your planning is how will you supplement their minerals. This is a requirement. They must have access to free-choice minerals. Options here include a simple system of buying a pre-mixed, all-purpose mineral or going the more elaborate route. There are systems were you can buy each mineral individually and keep them stocked in their own box. The animals choose how much of each mineral that they want to consume. The prepackaged minerals leave less choice, but are balanced for the average needs of a goat. It must be goat minerals. They need copper more than other animals. Minerals made specifically for goats will address that need. Wormer As far as disease management, there are a few things that you should have on hand. First, a good worming medication. While you may not want or need to use these chemicals, there will be times when it might save the life of one of your animals. Hoof Trimmers Hoof trimmers are essential for most goat breeds. If you don't keep them trimmed, you are going to see your goats limping around every time it rains. It is an easy and necessary skill to learn. We got Kiko goats to minimize the need, but I have no doubt that it will be a need from time to time. Final Thoughts There is so much more to know, but I am going to leave it here for today. How will you feed them? How will you contain them? How will you house them? How will you care for their physical health? These are the main areas to consider first. Building the physical structures will be led by the decisions you make after having these discussions and thought exercises. Let me know if you have questions. As always, our Locals subscribers have direct access to us. And you can always drop me an email if you have specific questions. Again, I covered only the very basic thoughts to consider. There is so much more. 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Faaala perdidos! Perda entrando em 2023 com grande estilo! Para o primeiro Episódio do ano recebemos no nosso estúdio nossos amigos Kiko e Colchão! Chega mais para conferir esse papo sobre track days, lasanhas, projetinhos e muito mais! Distrito Racing nas redes: https://instagram.com/distritoracing?igshid=OGQ2MjdiOTE= https://youtube.com/@DistritoRacing Samurai nas redes: https://instagram.com/samurai_sti?igshid=OGQ2MjdiOTE= https://youtube.com/@djdekkobr Siga o Perda: Canal de Cortes oficial: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4oj-Oe2WZsIKmJUb2fMRdA?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/perdatotalpodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/perdatotal_podcast/ Tiktok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZM8GLEo1n/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/PerdaTotal_pod?t=hfooT0-imwj9etnMSABD5Q&s=09
On this exiting last episode of the year, we talk to Matt James, vocalist to Blacktop Mojo. The band from Palestine, Texas has been touring all over and making a name as one of the greatest live performers in the scene. With the unmatched vocals of Matt James and heavy sound you can't help but headbang with every song. Stay tuned and join the conversation where we talk about the music industry, crazy stories and nasty pools and hot tubs! * Thanks so much for listening. If you like the podcast, please Rate it 5 Stars! Much love and good day! Follow us "The Bayou Podcast" meaning "Chasing Music and the stories that come with it!” * Follow us: Instagram: @thebayou podcast TikTok: @thebayoupodcast YouTube: The Bayou Podcast * Goal: We want to inspire musicians to reach their dreams by talking to established and new artists, showing that the goals are achievable. We partner many musicians to help spread their thoughts on the industry and of course we love the road stories that come with the job. If you know someone who could use this podcast, share it with them! The Bayou Co. owns the right to the audio files with the exception of music from the artists used at end of episodes. All the audios shared are not depleting the quality of the original and are used for educational purposes. However, if any content owners would like their audios removed, please contact us by email at Kiko@thebayouco.com Thank you! Source: Tags:" Music, motivation, musician, music industry * Thanks so much for listening. If you like the podcast, please Rate it 5 Stars! Much love and good day! Follow us "The Bayou Podcast" meaning "Chasing Music and the stories that come with it!” * Follow us: Instagram: @thebayou podcast TikTok: @thebayoupodcast YouTube: The Bayou Podcast * Goal: We want to inspire musicians to reach their dreams by talking to established and new artists, showing that the goals are achievable. We partner many musicians to help spread their thoughts on the industry and of course we love the road stories that come with the job. If you know someone who could use this podcast, share it with them! The Bayou Co. owns the right to the audio files with the exception of music from the artists used at end of episodes. All the audios shared are not depleting the quality of the original and are used for educational purposes. However, if any content owners would like their audios removed, please contact us by email at Kiko@thebayouco.com Thank you! Source: Tags:" Music, motivation, musician, music industry --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thebayou/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thebayou/support
¿Qué tienen en común Los Violentos de Kelly, Fury o Héroes de Acero? !Pues que gran parte del protagonismo recae en nuestros tanques favoritos! Así que para estas 🎄 Navidades, el ⚙️ Dúo Acorazado ha llamado a 🎙 Kiko y 👩🎨 María para hablar de Cine de Acero sobre Orugas. Esto es Carros-10, un programa de ⭐️ Casus Belli Podcast. ¿QUIERES ANUNCIARTE en este Podcast, patrocinar un episodio o contratar una mini serie? Hazlo a través de 👉 https://www.advoices.com/casus-belli-podcast-historia Casus Belli Podcast pertenece a 🏭 Factoría Casus Belli. Casus Belli Podcast forma parte de 📀 Ivoox Originals. 📚 Zeppelin Books zeppelinbooks.com es un sello editorial de la 🏭 Factoría Casus Belli. 👉https://podcastcasusbelli.com 👉En Facebook, nuestra página es @casusbellipodcast https://www.facebook.com/CasusBelliPodcast 👉En Instagram estamos como @casusbellipodcast https://www.instagram.com/casusbellipodcast 👉En Twitter estamos como @casusbellipod @CasusBelliPod 👉Telegram, nuestro canal es @casusbellipodcast https://t.me/casusbellipodcast 👨💻Nuestro chat del canal es https://t.me/aviones10 ⚛️ El logotipo de Carros 10 y de la Factoría Casus Belli están diseñados por Publicidad Fabián firstname.lastname@example.org 📧¿Queréis contarnos algo? También puedes escribirnos a email@example.com Si te ha gustado, y crees que nos lo merecemos, nos sirve mucho que nos des un like, ya que nos da mucha visibilidad. Muchas gracias por escucharnos, y hasta la próxima.
¿Qué tienen en común Los Violentos de Kelly, Fury o Héroes de Acero? !Pues que gran parte del protagonismo recae en nuestros tanques favoritos! Así que para estas 🎄 Navidades, el ⚙️ Dúo Acorazado ha llamado a 🎙 Kiko y 👩🎨 María para hablar de Cine de Acero sobre Orugas. Esto es Carros-10, un programa de ⭐️ Casus Belli Podcast. ¿QUIERES ANUNCIARTE en este Podcast, patrocinar un episodio o contratar una mini serie? Hazlo a través de 👉 https://www.advoices.com/casus-belli-podcast-historia Casus Belli Podcast pertenece a 🏭 Factoría Casus Belli. Casus Belli Podcast forma parte de 📀 Ivoox Originals. 📚 Zeppelin Books zeppelinbooks.com es un sello editorial de la 🏭 Factoría Casus Belli. 👉https://podcastcasusbelli.com 👉En Facebook, nuestra página es @casusbellipodcast https://www.facebook.com/CasusBelliPodcast 👉En Instagram estamos como @casusbellipodcast https://www.instagram.com/casusbellipodcast 👉En Twitter estamos como @casusbellipod @CasusBelliPod 👉Telegram, nuestro canal es @casusbellipodcast https://t.me/casusbellipodcast 👨💻Nuestro chat del canal es https://t.me/aviones10 ⚛️ El logotipo de Carros 10 y de la Factoría Casus Belli están diseñados por Publicidad Fabián firstname.lastname@example.org 📧¿Queréis contarnos algo? También puedes escribirnos a email@example.com Si te ha gustado, y crees que nos lo merecemos, nos sirve mucho que nos des un like, ya que nos da mucha visibilidad. Muchas gracias por escucharnos, y hasta la próxima. Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
En esta nueva entrega hemos invitado al gran filósofo Kiko El Crazy, con él conversamos sobre su vida en Miami, le preguntamos cómo vive su dia a dia y cual fue su primera impresión al conocer el norte. Esperamos que lo disfruten.
Ise (ee-say) is an Emmy Award winner, Inspirational Speaker and Men's Self-Mastery Coach who's the founder of The Divine Man Self-Mastery Coaching Program that trains individuals and teams alike to perform as their highest self, fulfilling his mission of "Once you have YOU, you have everything!"Additionally, Ise has appeared on hundreds of tv shows, film, commercials, and radio such as Lucifer, Bad Boys 2, Criminal Minds, General Hospital and many others while recently starring in the upcoming film “Alone Today” opposite Eric Roberts, Danny Trejo, Shannon Elizabeth and Frank Whaley to be released in 2023.This is an amazing conversation with and amazing man who has helped so many men and women with his coaching program. We dive deep, so be ready when you listen.To learn more about Ise visit his website here: https://kikoellsworth.com/
This week we talk to one of the best drummers in the scene. Aaron has been with the Austin Meade band for a while, we talk about how he got started with the band, gambling, church, the evolution of the band, and some recent stories with ZZ Top. * Thanks so much for listening. If you like the podcast, please Rate it 5 Stars! Much love and good day! Follow us "The Bayou Podcast" meaning "Chasing Music and the stories that come with it!” * Follow us: Instagram: @thebayou podcast TikTok: @thebayoupodcast YouTube: The Bayou Podcast * Goal: We want to inspire musicians to reach their dreams by talking to established and new artists, showing that the goals are achievable. We partner many musicians to help spread their thoughts on the industry and of course we love the road stories that come with the job. If you know someone who could use this podcast, share it with them! The Bayou Co. owns the right to the audio files with the exception of music from the artists used at end of episodes. All the audios shared are not depleting the quality of the original and are used for educational purposes. However, if any content owners would like their audios removed, please contact us by email at Kiko@thebayouco.com Thank you! Source: Tags:" Music, motivation, musician, music industry * Thanks so much for listening. If you like the podcast, please Rate it 5 Stars! Much love and good day! Follow us "The Bayou Podcast" meaning "Chasing Music and the stories that come with it!” * Follow us: Instagram: @thebayou podcast TikTok: @thebayoupodcast YouTube: The Bayou Podcast * Goal: We want to inspire musicians to reach their dreams by talking to established and new artists, showing that the goals are achievable. We partner many musicians to help spread their thoughts on the industry and of course we love the road stories that come with the job. If you know someone who could use this podcast, share it with them! The Bayou Co. owns the right to the audio files with the exception of music from the artists used at end of episodes. All the audios shared are not depleting the quality of the original and are used for educational purposes. However, if any content owners would like their audios removed, please contact us by email at Kiko@thebayouco.com Thank you! Source: Tags:" Music, motivation, musician, music industry --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thebayou/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thebayou/support
Kiko Requena era periodista, pero siempre le picaba el gusanillo del emprendiento. Lanza Café Leather, un negocio de complementos en cuero, que si bien fue bien, no llenaba sus expectativas de venture capital y negocio escalable hasta el infinito. Durante la pandemia identifica la oportunidad de conectar mediante un market place a concineros y comensales de comida casera, y lanza Caseroo. Pero lo más interesante de esta historia, es que Kiko nos cuenta de forma muy auténtica y transparente que su negocio fracasó, acompañado de unas reflexiones muy potentes sobre la realidad del negocio del quick food delivery y de la burbuja de las startups. Créditos Musicales: Jahzzar https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Jahzzar
If you've been thinking about a meat breed and are looking for one that does well on pasture and forage, is parasite resistant, and hardy in general, the Kiko might be the breed for you. In today's episode we are talking to Karen Kopf of Kopf Canyon Ranch in Idaho about their experience raising dairy goats and then switching to meat goats and specifically Kiko goats. One of the reasons I wanted to interview Karen is because of the amazing records they keep on their herd, so we get into all of the details on the breed.Kikos were developed from feral goats in New Zealand and dairy goats, and they have no breed standard. This means there is a lot of variation between individual Kiko goats. Karen talks about the wide variation in sizes, as well as feeding, kidding, and selling meat.See full show notes here >> https://thriftyhomesteader.com/kiko-goats/To see the most recent episodes, visit ForTheLoveOfGoats.comWant to support the content you love?Head over to -- https://thrifty-homesteader.ck.page/products/love-goats-tip-jar
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Journalist Gita Jackson joins the full panel to decide how much video games should cost, share research tips, and reveal Barbies in the garbies. Hosted by Alex Jaffe, with Frank Cifaldi, Tim Rogers, Brandon Sheffield, and Gita Jackson. Featuring Harper Jay, Azurelore Korrigan, and Vincent Diamante, with writing by Mark Cerny. Edited by Esper Quinn, original music by Kurt Feldman. Questions this week: From Andrés Velasco y Coll: Has there been a speedrun that particularly impressed you? Or, how would you ruin Sony Computer Entertainment? (06:16) Now that every issue of Nintendo Power is uploaded to the Internet Archive, what should we do with it? (13:09) What should it cost to buy a video game? (19:46) What can we say about the legacy of Rieko Kodama? (34:39) Insert Credit contributors share memories of Rieko Kodama (48:31) Kiko asks: is it ever worthwhile to play all the way through a game you hate? (01:02:15) LIGHTNING ROUND: Localization Station (01:11:55) Recommendations and Outro (01:18:25) A SMALL SELECTION OF THINGS REFERENCED: F-Zero GX Twisted Metal series Mario Kart series PlayStation VR2 launches on February 22nd for $549.99 PlayStation Vita Recording Kendrick with a Vita Battlefield series PlayStation TV Jak & Daxter series The Walking Dead (franchise) The Last of Us series 28 Days Later (2002) Station Eleven You Can Now Read All 285 Issues Of Nintendo Power Online Retromags Demonschool wishlistable now on Steam Humble Bundle The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Dragon Quest series Final Fantasy series $5 off Sega Genesis! Home Alone Home Improvement: Power Tool Pursuit Duck Hunt Elden Ring Amnesia: The Dark Descent GameFly Stranded Deep Rieko Kodama Sonic the Hedgehog Altered Beast Phantasy Star games Skies of Arcadia Deep Fear Magic Knight Rayearth Style Savvy 7th Dragon series SpellCaster Landstalker Brave Prove Harper Jay Vincent Diamante Azurelore Korrigan Mark Cerny Pokémon main RPG series Alan Moore Storytelling Online Course God Hand Cult of the Lamb Mathew Kumar Dexter Girls Recommendations: Frank: Follow Gita on twitter, Mad Men Gita: Interview with the Vampire Tim: Mad Men Brandon: Star Trek: Lower Decks, Morbid Saint Support on Patreon Subscribe: RSS, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and more!
Cole Barnhill is an artist from west Texas that rocks hard on stage, many times shirtless. Deep lyrics and a high energy headbanging show everytime. In this episode we talk about how it all began, free water, and many other funny topics. * Thanks so much for listening. If you like the podcast, please Rate it 5 Stars! Much love and good day! Follow us "The Bayou Podcast" meaning "Chasing Music and the stories that come with it!” * Follow us: Instagram: @thebayou podcast TikTok: @thebayoupodcast YouTube: The Bayou Podcast * Goal: We want to inspire musicians to reach their dreams by talking to established and new artists, showing that the goals are achievable. We partner many musicians to help spread their thoughts on the industry and of course we love the road stories that come with the job. If you know someone who could use this podcast, share it with them! The Bayou Co. owns the right to the audio files with the exception of music from the artists used at end of episodes. All the audios shared are not depleting the quality of the original and are used for educational purposes. However, if any content owners would like their audios removed, please contact us by email at Kiko@thebayouco.com Thank you! Source: Tags:" Music, motivation, musician, music industry * Thanks so much for listening. If you like the podcast, please Rate it 5 Stars! Much love and good day! Follow us "The Bayou Podcast" meaning "Chasing Music and the stories that come with it!” * Follow us: Instagram: @thebayou podcast TikTok: @thebayoupodcast YouTube: The Bayou Podcast * Goal: We want to inspire musicians to reach their dreams by talking to established and new artists, showing that the goals are achievable. We partner many musicians to help spread their thoughts on the industry and of course we love the road stories that come with the job. If you know someone who could use this podcast, share it with them! The Bayou Co. owns the right to the audio files with the exception of music from the artists used at end of episodes. All the audios shared are not depleting the quality of the original and are used for educational purposes. However, if any content owners would like their audios removed, please contact us by email at Kiko@thebayouco.com Thank you! Source: Tags:" Music, motivation, musician, music industry --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thebayou/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thebayou/support
I'm back from my podcast vacation. It has been three months since I recorded anything. We were both very, very busy and the things that keep the homestead financially solvent become front and center. It's good to be back in front of the microphone. Let me take a minute and say welcome to all the new listeners. The subscriber numbers continued to go up even though I was absent. Again, thank you so much. And a big welcome back to the veteran homestead-loving regulars who stop by the FarmCast for every episode. I truly appreciate each and every one of you. I'm not sure how much I'm going to include in today's episode. As I said, it has been three months and a whole lotta stuff has happened in that time. Our Virginia Homestead Life Updates Those of you that are members of our Locals.com community will have heard about some of the things I'm going to talk. That's thanks to Scott. He posts weekly about the cows and the creamery. If you'd like to hear his perspective, go to peacefulheartfarm.locals. com and join our community. It's free to sign up. We also have specific data that is for subscribers only. Also, anyone can read, watch and listen, but only subscribers can comment and make their own posts to the community. There is a minimal fee $5 per month to subscribe, though you can support us at whatever level you choose. And again, read, watch, listen for free. A shout out and huge “Thank You” to our Locals supporters. You help us keep going. Again, for those of you interested in more content, the address is peaceful heart farm.Locals.com. Let's start with the cows. The centerpiece of our operation as a small dairy and creamery. Cows Breeding season with artificial insemination began the last week of May. In August, when I last published a podcast, we had one confirmed pregnancy with a second AI procedure in progress, waiting on preg confirmation the first week of September. Today, we STILL have only one confirmed pregnancy and the last AI appointment for this cycle was completed about three weeks ago. We have spent hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of dollars on this AI process. I believe there have been a total of three tries. We have to work with the vet's schedule so the timeframes have stretched long. The second attempt produced three or four additional pregnancies and we set up the third AI appointment to try and get the four remaining cows impregnated. The second attempt girls were preg checked with ultrasound and three or four confirmed. However, before the next AI session, they all aborted. The aborts were likely related to a spirochete infection that is spread via deer urine. We treated all the cows. The next AI appointment was scheduled so we could start all over again and get them cycling all at the same time. Time just kept moving forward and here we are in November and still only one confirmed pregnancy. The third attempt is completed. Last AI Vet Visit The vet will come again a few days after Thanksgiving to see where we stand. One of the reasons this has stretched so long is the vet waits 65 days or so to be able to confirm pregnancy with ultrasound. We already know that only two have not come into heat again. Five have been bred by Ferdinand. We can tell because of what are called “heat stickers” If they get mounted, the stickers are rubbed clean and the underlying fluorescent orange becomes visible. That means possibly two out of seven on this last try. So why do I keep saying it is the last try? Well, that's because we finally bit the bullet and bought the bull I just mentioned. We purchased Ferdinand about a month ago. He's a gorgeous guernsey bull. Of course, this is not ideal because our plan is to have 100% registered Normande dairy herd. But we had to do something just to get calves so the cows would be in milk. We can't support the herd shares and make cheese without lactating cows and we don't have lactating cows if they don't give birth to calves every so often. Even if we are able to continue milking them, their milk production continuously declines the farther they are from their last delivery. We don't know how long they will produce milk before they naturally dry up. Some say around 12 months. Others say they have had cows lactate for two years. We may just find the answer to that question for our girls. Ferdinand is Our Hope of Success The bottom line is that Ferdinand will get our girls pregnant and we will have milk in the fall of 2023. Most of the calves out of Ferdinand will be sold as they won't add to our goal of a 100% Normande herd. I believe I talked about our particular plan was to always have calves in the spring and not milk in the winter. That plan has been completely turned on its head. We may end up milking year-round for a little while. I won't explain the details here, but it requires going without calves again for more than a year. It may work out just fine, but it will take time. Again, keeping up with the herd shares and having milk to make cheese is the priority, whatever it takes. Otherwise, we simply cannot remain financially viable. Nickle is on Deck On the upside, we have a registered purebred Normande bull named Nickle that was born in April this year. We kept him intact because a neighbor wanted to buy him after he was weaned. In the end, we backed out of that sale because we do actually live and learn. We will keep Nickle around for at least two or three years, perhaps more, before replacing him with another. Ferdinand will likely have another chance next year as we expect Nickle to be still too small to get the job done. It was a good idea on paper to not keep a bull around and feed him hay through the winter for just two months of work in the early summer. AI seemed to be the best way to go – and to be sure, we have not given up on that completely. However, our AI experience has now shown us the necessity of keeping a bull. Scott Needs to Learn the AI Procedure The first two years we used AI, I believe we had about a 50% success rate on the first try. And that's pretty average according to the stats. But this last go round has been a nightmare – a very costly nightmare. So where do we go from here? The plan is for Scott to learn how to do AI himself. There are workshops available and he will be attending one sometime in the future. I'm sure he will be very good at this task. He has a strong medical background. Right now, he is still very busy with building the creamery (more on that later), and with the bull, we are good-to-go for breeding at this point. As we get to the place in our journey where Scott can act quickly when a cow comes into heat and we are not reliant on the vet to perform the procedure, I believe AI will once again become a good fit for us. We will still keep a bull on hand. A bull is going to be needed if we expect to keep our calving season in a specific window of time. Ok, enough about the cows. Dogs Have I got a story for you regarding the dogs? It is pretty wild. I'll start from where I left off, but stay until the end. About a week ago, something crazy happened. We started with three livestock guardian dogs. Mack was born and raised with sheep and cows. His owners sold all of their livestock and Mack needed a new home. Charlotte and Finn were guarding chickens and turkeys and their owners also decided to get out of the business. Let's talk about Mack first. Food Aggression I have mentioned several times that Mack is a great dog, but food or resource aggressive. In the last episode I talked about trying to get him to bond with the sheep and getting the sheep to be okay with him in their space. And I talked about how he barked and growled at them to keep them away from his food. Well, that situation escalated a bit because Charlotte also became food aggressive and the two of them went at each other's throats twice before I separated them. Finn disappeared and Charlotte ended up hanging with Mack and the sheep. The first time there was an incident, I saw Mack go to Charlotte's bowl. He was finished eating and she was goofing off with a treat a few feet away from her bowl. As she saw him invade her bowl, she went after him. It was pretty intense for about 5 or 10 seconds. She won that battle and I thought it was over. Fast forward a few weeks. They have now been moved a couple times. They go with the sheep when the sheep need to move. They are all back in paddock #8 when it happened again. This time Charlotte tried to eat out of Mack's bowl. They went at it again for 5 or 10 seconds. It's a really scary thing to see. They definitely meant business. The next day, Mack would not approach his bowl when I brought it to him. I knew that was very wrong. Progress at Last After a quick consultation and a post to the Livestock Guardian Dog Training Facebook page, I was informed they were both now food aggressive and needed to be fed separately or it would end badly, with one of them cowed and skinny or dead. I immediately began taking Mack completely out of the pasture and over to the garden area before giving him his bowl. The garden is fenced so he could not wander very far and he is easily moved from one place to another. I gave Charlotte her bowl in the pasture well away from the livestock. Mack always eats right away. Charlotte did not. But she is a very smart girl. It only took one time of me picking up that bowl and walking away with it and not returning until the next day for her to learn that when I bring it, she needs to eat it. We have not had a problem since. This change of feeding practice has changed everything. This change provided such an immediately productive outcome that I was, and still am, elated. I talk a lot about our challenges with one thing and another here on the homestead. And when one challenge is not only overcome but produces this kind of productive outcome, I'm on cloud nine. Within days of beginning the new feeding regimen, these two dogs became the best of friends. Charlotte was immediately willing to work with and hang out with Mack. Up until then, she had been aloof with Mack. And better than that, she started becoming more friendly toward me. Charlotte is My Friend It has been a while since I talked about this, but all of our dogs have had some kind of issue that I deal with on a daily basis. Charlotte's issue was that she would not let anyone near her. We had to trap her in smaller and smaller areas just to get close enough for the vet to examine her. She is a really beautiful Great Pyrenees and I just wanted to love on her. It was frustrating that she would never let me close. A few weeks after the change between her and Mack, she started to change her attitude toward me as well. Oddly, she still runs away from me and won't let me touch her when I bring her food. But when I come at any other time and even after she finishes her food, she lets me pet her now. She will still shy away if I move too quickly, but I'm so pleased to be able to actually pet her. And this morning, while I was out checking on the baby goats (more on that later), she actually put her paw on me to get my attention while I was looking away at the sheep. She touched me. Twice she did this. I feel so blessed to have finally made so much progress with her. It has been just barely over a year since we got her and finally, she will let me love her. Finn is Back Now for the bombshell. Finn is back. Some of you are new and have no idea what I am talking about. Here's the scoop. Last year when we got Charlotte, another dog also came with the package. Some of you will remember him but I'll recap here for all the newbies. Finn is an Anatolian/Great Pyrenees cross. He is like a big cuddly bear. As I said, there are challenges will all of our dogs. They were all rehomed to us as adults and, as is common, they have not been the perfect livestock guardian dogs that we imagined. Many of the posts on the Livestock Guardian Dog Facebook page are about issues with rehomed or rescued dogs and the consensus is that these dogs are always a roll of the dice as to whether they will actually work with your livestock and your operation. It is just about the only option, though, if you want an adult dog. With a puppy, it is two years before it can be trusted alone with the livestock. Anyway, Finn's vice is that he roams. It was impossible to keep him inside our perimeter fence. And that fence was built to contain goats. But goats got nothing on a dog that loves to roam. Finn's Story In the first six months of his time with us, he escaped at least three or four times. Luckily, I had immediately gotten tags for all of the dogs that have our farm name and phone number printed on them. He may have escaped even more than four times, now that I think about it. Three times we got a call from a neighbor and we had to go pick him up. One time he was about five miles away. I'm pretty sure there were other times when he didn't go far and we were able to get him back home quickly. It's hard to remember, so much has happened since then. It seemed like he escaped every day. About six months ago, he escaped and never returned and there were no calls from a neighbor to tell us where to pick him up. Up to that point, he had never been gone for more than a day or two before someone called us. Six months ago, he disappeared. We grieved the loss. Charlotte grieved the loss also. Then, about a week ago, Scott found him walking along the fence line near the road. It was easy to get him to come inside the fence and he is happily residing with Charlotte once again. Is that not the most amazing thing? Six months and he just showed up. His tag with our farm name and number was missing. Did someone keep him for themselves? I never thought that was possible. Mainly because he was impossible to contain and he would have escaped from that person also. We will probably never know. Finn's Health Upon His Return He was covered with more cockleburs than I have ever seen and his left eye is injured. He will not hold it open. I tried a couple of times to cut out the cockleburs but he was having none of it. We were exploring ways to be able to get this done without him biting us. The point became moot. He cleared those cockleburs himself within two or three days. I have no idea how he got the giant mat of them from under his neck. I can see how he probably pulled them off of his legs and I had successfully clipped them free from his back. There are still a few and it is good to know he is so good at keeping his coat clean. Anyway, he is a little thin and has that issue with his eye and I'm monitoring that, but otherwise he looks good. What Happened with Mack? There is one other bit to throw in here. Only a few days before his return, we had decided that Mack was simply not going to work with the sheep. He kept charging at them to exert his dominance. He didn't really chase them, but he would bark and run toward them until they moved, then he would stop and trot away. Then he killed a chicken and that was sort of the last straw, though it was not all his fault. The chickens go anywhere they want and I was worried in the beginning about him chasing them. Charlotte was guarding chickens at the farm where we picked her up so I was not worried about her. Anyway, it only took about two weeks before my fear was realized. I went down to feed him and he did not come when I called. I found him guarding his prize. She was not quite dead, but mortally wounded. We processed her and put him back in with the cows and left Charlotte with the sheep. Charlotte and the Sheep Charlotte was doing fairly well with the sheep, though she is actually afraid of the them. She runs if they come close. But she was staying in their general vicinity as they mosey around the pasture grazing. So, when Finn returned, we put him back in with her and the sheep. What else could we do? The paddock she was currently occupying seemed to satisfy her – she used to escape just about every day also, but she seemed to be bonding with the sheep to the point of actively protecting them even if she did still run from them. And she stayed in the pasture with them. When Finn arrived back on the scene, she went immediately up on the hill where the sheep were grazing. She greeted Finn but seemed to have no interest in him and returned to her job. That was the first day. It didn't last. Now a week later, she has warmed up to Finn again and is not really staying with the sheep anymore. That was our original problem that led to the final escape of Finn. We had given up on Charlotte and Finn being useful for guarding the sheep. They were more attached to each other than the livestock. They bark much more when they are together than Charlotte alone. And they both escaped regularly. We were looking to rehome them and just work with Mack. That was the fateful time when Finn escaped and did not return. As I said, both Charlotte and Finn escaped regularly, but Charlotte was always right back in the morning or sometimes even the same evening. Every time we moved them to a new place where they had never been, we spent days finding and fortifying their escape routes. On that fateful day, we put them in the orchard while we moved Mack in with the sheep. This was their first time there and it was not fortified. Less than half an hour in the orchard and they were gone. Charlotte returned before dark and Finn was gone for six months. It is good to have him back, but we are back to square one. In the end, Mack didn't work out with the sheep any more than Finn and Charlotte. We Still Have Issues I know I've rambled on and on about our defective livestock guardian dogs. And we may still have to make some hard decisions. You probably realize that at this point, I'm really attached to all of them. Now, only a week after his return, Finn has converted Charlotte back to her original self. She escapes and goes wherever she wants, never staying where we put her, not really staying with the sheep. She hangs with Finn. So far, Finn escaped a couple of times but seems to be secure at the moment after Scott spent time patching up his escape locations. Not so with Charlotte. She could always get out no matter what we did. But again, she always came right back so she was not so much of a worry. Without Finn, she had stopped that behavior. I have no doubt that Finn will eventually escape again and he may disappear again. We are back to square one with all three dogs. My rational self tells me that we need to get some actual livestock guardian dogs that will work with our animals. And then my emotional self can't seem to get moving on that, can't seem to imagine being without them. Sigh. Enough of that. Let's talk about the goats. Kiko Goats I'm not going to say a lot about the goats as the podcast will get too long and I want to talk a bit about the chickens and the creamery. We have had our new registered 100% New Zealand Kiko goats for a little over a month. They are so cute. Rhuarc is the buck. The does are Amys and Lian. All of those names will become familiar to you if you watch Amazon's Wheel of Time series. At least I hope they will. I'm not happy about what they are doing with my all-time favorite book series as they adapt it to the screen. Not true to the books at all and those names may never appear in the screen adaptation. But there is always the books. These are beautiful animals and they came from a great Kiko goat operation right here in Patrick County Virginia. The farm owner is a wonderful woman with a wealth of knowledge about this breed of goat. She has a couple hundred. Small Challenge The only challenge I have had so far is getting them tamed down a little bit. We definitely did not want a repeat of the last goats that we had that ran from us wildly for the first couple of years. This time we put them in a 16' x 16' pen where we could begin to make friends with them before sending them out to the larger acreage. The buck is now separated from the does. They are not old enough to be bred though at this point it is likely possible. So, the plan is to keep them separated for a few months until the does get old enough to be bred. Rhuarc now comes up to me and eats out of my hand. I can't actually catch him up, but he does not run wildly in every direction when he sees me as they all did in the beginning. This plan has worked out really well. Just this morning I let Lian and Amys out of their pen into the paddock with the sheep. I introduced the dogs to them. Both seemed quite disinterested so that was good. It was important that they not hurt my new babies. So far, so good. That's about all I have to say about the goats. I'll check on them in just a few minutes. I pray all is well on their first day out. Chickens Moving on to the chickens. To recap, we have two breeds. Black Copper Marans and American White Bresse. The Marans lay chocolate brown eggs and the Bresse lay tan eggs. I'm not happy with the current egg production. I was looking for more eggs, but the jury is still out on whether we move forward with these breeds or switch to another. I hatched 14 Bresse and 9 Marans. When they reached maturity, we processed the excess roosters. There were 8 Bresse roosters and we processed 6 of those. We were blessed with six Maran hens, exactly what I wanted, and we kept two of the three roosters. The Chicken Plan Right now, the rooster-to-hen ratio is way off. We need lots more hens. That will come in the spring when we hatch out lots of baby chicks. We wanted to have backup roosters but now I think that if we lose a rooster, we could just buy another group of chicks and raise a new rooster. That is the likely path we will take. In the next processing cycle, we will downsize to just one rooster of each breed. These are great chickens. Well, I can say that chickens in general are very interesting creatures. And they are easy to care for and maintain. The American White Bresse are a special breed that has been bred to eat milk-soaked grain in the last two weeks before processing. Their meat becomes almost like marbled beef – or so they say. We haven't tried it yet. We processed that first batch without the milk-soaked feed. That's it for the chickens. I'm not going to talk about the garden and orchard. They are going to sleep for the winter. I do have some thoughts there, but not for this podcast. Creamery Let me finish up by talking about the progress on the creamery. We are nearing the end. The light at the end of the tunnel is now visible. Floors, electrical, plumbing and hooking up the gas will finish it out. I expect we will be a USDA inspected cheesemaking plant in the spring. That's about six years from start to finish on this project. Without Scott's bout with cancer last year, I would have been able to say five years. I am so blessed that he is fine now. So, six instead of five is just fine with me. It was a bit of a scare and a very tough season of life for him, but he is strong and healthy and continuing on with the crowning creation of his life. I hope you will visit once we open for business and see all that he has done. Tile Floors Currently, Scott is in a race with the weather. He is working on the tile floors. Both the glue that holds the tile to the concrete floor and the grout that goes between the tiles are temperature sensitive. The temps need to be above 50 in order for the chemical processes to work effectively. As of today, he has all the tiles in place and is working on completing the grout. That is going to take several days. I'm not sure how many. He has probably posted about it on the Locals page. It's hard for me to keep up with the exact days, especially when it can change on a daily basis if something goes awry or another task for the animals takes president. Caring for the animals always comes first. Electrical and Plumbing Once he has completed those floors, I believe he will go back to the electrical. If I remember correctly, he said he is about 50% done with the electrical. The next big thing is the plumbing. He wanted to contract that out. It has probably been nine months since he started trying to find someone to do the work. That was like pulling teeth. No one was even willing to take on the job. No one had the time. Then when he did find someone, the bid was double what he expected to pay. We found that out just yesterday. At this point, he is back to having to do it himself. That means lots more time with YouTube videos and phone consultations with his brother in Florida. This makes me sad, but I also know he will get through it. My Scott is a tough guy and very goal oriented. He will get it done, whatever it takes. Large Cheese Cave on Hold He does have one room that is sitting untouched. The large cheese cave will not be completed until after the initial USDA inspected status is completed. Once winter sets in, he won't be able to do the tile in that room until the spring. Until then, we have the small cheese cave functional and available. I'm going to end it here. There is a lot more I could say but this has already gone long. You can find lots more information on the creamery posted on our Locals platform. That's peacefulheartfarm.locals.com. Scott is always uploading videos of the animals and his work on the creamery. Final Thoughts That's it for today's podcast. It feels good to be back. Things are slowing down for me for the winter, though there is still a lot to do. I hope to get back on schedule with regular podcasts. Even in the winter there are exciting things going on here at the homestead. Scott will continue his hectic schedule even through the winter. I am feeling the excitement of this project coming to fruition. 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John, is a survivor of severe physical and sexual abuse which was inflicted upon him for years and starting from a very young age. John saw and experienced many things that would haunt him for years to come. This would result in a diagnosis of PTSD, giving him night terrors that would follow him into his early adult life. Later he would be told he had Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Depression, and a genetic, neurological condition called Tourette Syndrome. John was determined to not let his past or diagnosis define him. He took to Martial Arts, and energy work; this led him on a path that would change his life forever. Connect with John here: https://godswhospeak.com/ John's introduction to this episode. 0:43 Breathing through the eyes and ears. 9:33 The depth and breadth of energy work that's required. 17:59 What kind of people come to you? 23:33 John's experience with sexual abuse as a child. 28:45 What's the process like to become a guardian? 37:21 If you haven't taken the time to get to that level of understanding with medicine, it's going to diminish the experience 43:25 What's preventing people from living to their full potential? Intro Guy 0:00 Your journey has been an interesting one up to hear you've questioned so much more than those around you. You've even questioned yourself as to how you could have grown into these thoughts. Am I crazy? When did I begin to think differently? Why do people in general, you're so limited thought process Rest assured, you are not alone. The world is slowly waking up to what you already know inside yet can't quite verbalize. Welcome to the spiritual dough podcast, the show that answers the question you never even knew to ask, but knew the answers to questions about you this world the people in it? Most importantly, how do I proceed? Now moving forward? We don't even have all the answers, but we sure do love living in the question. Time for another hit of spiritual dub with your host, Brandon Handley. Let's get right into today's episode. Brandon Handley 0:43 Hey there spiritual dope. I'm on here today with John Goff. He has alternative views through metaphysics, philosophy and martial arts. He's taking people to uncomfortable places and learning to breathe through it. Clearing trauma, emotions, energy, bringing humanity back to a state of light and wholeness. Remembering what they have only forgotten John, thanks for being on here today, man. They can have me on. All right, cool. So I don't know if you've ever listened to an episode or not. So I like to start these off with the whole idea that you and I are conduits for universal energy, right? We're here as a service to others, not just for ourselves. And when somebody tunes into this podcast, they are. They're gonna hear a message that can only be delivered to them for them. Right now, like that's coming through you? What's that message, John? John Goff 1:38 Living in the present. We're surrounded by technology. And while this technology can be beautiful, it can help us communicate and have moments like this, where we can talk to our friends, we can have videos and people all across the globe. There should be a limit to it. Well, what time do you disconnect? Do you put it down? He's like, Yeah, we're gonna take pictures want to share in everybody? So what about a moment that you're alone? That moment you're you're with somebody, and you're not present. You're so connected to electronics, the forget what's like distill that moment. I don't care if you got a zoo. If you're out in nature, there's a butterfly going by yo, you're trying to catch the butterfly. But you didn't capture the butterfly in motion with your heart. So taking time, Brandon Handley 2:22 yeah, look, man, I've been I've been guilty of this, right. I've been guilty of not capturing the moment so much for myself and being present. But Who Wouldn't this make a great post Ooh, wouldn't just make a great posts or something like that. Right. So I've, I've been guilty. And I absolutely know what that's, you know what you're talking about? And as a matter of fact, I mean, I was thinking today, I was making some dinner a little bit ago. Like, John, I can barely remember life before the internet, let alone like now now with like, kind of social media and all this other stuff, right? Never posted before my life, right? You know, 20 years ago, you never posted. So, you know, we were not being as present as we could, right? We're still like so connected, even at the phones, like kind of like away from us right now. We're like, oh, maybe I should make a post. Or maybe I should do this. And it sounds like what you're suggesting is like, you know, kind of unplug and get reconnected with the present, get reconnected with yourself. And what's actually right there with you. So I'm just saying, John Goff 3:28 Yes, I mean, I know a lot of us, our businesses, our podcasts that, you know, we need this technology, to express our message and to really get out there. But after the message sent out, what's developing for us out, you know, as soon as we put the electronics down, so we have that moment of time, to be that conduit, to build ourselves to be present enough that when it's time to express that message, or to have communication, we're having it with the purest vibration, our hearts are really open. Our minds aren't scattered, all the chatter that we have going on out there, it gets to shut down, because we have a moment for ourselves to be a silence and a breathe. So we actually have a message to give. And is that the highest frequency that we can give it? Because it's not disturbed by everything else around us? Brandon Handley 4:13 Yeah, no. Awesome. Yeah. And look 2.2 Right. We're constantly surrounded by all these, you know, devices, TV, radio, podcasts, you know, any other type of media, there's always some type of like electromagnetic interference, like kind of always passing through us. Even when we're sitting still and nothing's on and we're still sitting next to our phone. That's the receiver. It's our it's something's happening. When we bought our first house, the home inspector walked us by the microwave. And he showed us the EMP wave, right? Like how like when the microwave is on just like the the frequency the pulses that we're kind of like, you know, pushing out and he's like, you know, just just so you're aware They'll stand too close to this, they'll put your head on this and stare at this. So I get that right. And we want to have a clean, clear conduit and vibration, right as we send those signals out there. So John, you know what a couple of the things that I brought you in here for today, I met you through an app called pod match. And something that caught my eye was, you know, you've got 22 years of martial arts and beyond. But like breathwork was something that really caught my eye and what you're working through and doing. Once I'm a little bit about, like maybe your background, what you're into right now and how breathwork is playing into what you do. John Goff 5:39 So let's talk about breath work. I take the term chi or people you'll find the martial arts or just Chinese medicine and of culture, energy, the Japanese call it key the Koreans call it key in Cantonese is, hey, India have prana yet have mana and Hawaii and all these names for the source energy. But the further you go back, and back and back, it's also meaning breath that's in the translation for it. Because if you can breathe it in, you can have a flow through the body. So that's where I started paying attention to one of the strongest power lifters do the ones who aren't on steroids. They know how to breathe, the guy throws the fastest pitch, he knows how to relax your breathing, the person throws the farthest football they know how to breathe, and especially through martial arts, or tai chi, and meditation, there's a link to breathing. Those who know how to control the breath. Whether a slow breathing, rapid breathing, they understand how to use the body, they're more connected as a mind body spirit. Why don't you go spirit body mind, reverse that because we start with the mind, then, you know, if the mind is cluttered, the body isn't cluttered. But if you understand how to fix his body, fill this body understand what's at the cellular level, or this energetic level through the breath, the body is calmer, the minds tend to be calmer, or this vessels energy or we call spirit, it's going to be calmer, leaving no more calmness to the mind. So I focus on that breathing as I've seen the connection between people breaking bricks or doing healing work. Everything's based on you can't be tense. But when you're breathing, whether it's rising tension, just to lower the body down in this state of relaxation, you are now producing something that people say is impossible. But now science backs is all esoteric practices. You breathe, you meditate, you lower your heart rate, you take down the stress, that cortisol goes down. And of cortisol is that stress factor in the body, which is been shown to create disease, you are stopping the dysfunction of the body, you are lessening the chance to disease. So I decided to move towards breathwork even with my training, when people are working martial arts with me privately or doing healing sessions, breathe, and you have an emotion coming up. Let's breathe. What do you mean, breathe out, I am breathing. So I'll teach him how to slowly breathe, whether it's basic square breathing, five breaths and hold it for at least and vibrant breaths hold it like that. There's this constant state of needing learn how to breathe, and what it means actually breathe. So and I have I have Tourette's. Sometimes I Twitch, you know, things happen. I stutter a little bit. But when I take the time to slow down and breathe, it gets less. I've had doctors looking at me like, whoa, like you're not twitching as much. You're calmer, but I take the time to be present. What's happening with John golf right now? What's happening with you right now? As Brandon, what's happened? those around us? The breath? We're getting animated. And we're also what are we breathing it for somebody else? What are we breathing again, as we're eating food, from the media, from what we're reading, every time we breathe, we're pulling something in. And we're visually breathing. We're auditorily breathing. All these factors is what we're breathing in at multiple levels. So learning how to slow down, learning how to breathe. That's the first stages of healing. When that trauma comes up. We're going to break through it. When that pain starts to come up. Are you feeling pain? Let's breathe, the pain might still be there physically. It might be there mentally, emotionally, you might be entangled in pain, but our ability to breathe to honestly have what's happening for us. And now we have a chance to be present and aware. And now the healing begins. Brandon Handley 9:33 Yeah, that's awesome. I was literally just talking with my wife right before this conversation she'd mentioned a friend of hers who was having some, you know, struggles with just kind of detaching emotions right or catching themselves being emotional in certain scenarios. And I kind of chuckled because she's sick of hearing me talk about breath work right now. But um, because I was like, Well, you know, if he just kind of You know, I'm walking the dog. And I think to myself, Well, maybe if you just take a breath in and detach from that emotion just take a second, right? But we are so conditioned to think that it has to be more complicated, right? I need a medicine for that I need, I need a doctor to tell me to do this, I need somebody to tell me. You know, what I'm supposed to do when all you need to do is take a breath, like you're talking about, one of the things that you're saying here to a couple of things that you're saying is like, if you take down that stress level, right, you're lowering the inflammation levels in your body, right, so your body becomes less and less inflamed. As you're lowering those cortisol, like you said, you have less chance of a disease. And it's something that you said that really I've never thought of before is the idea of that you're breathing through the eyes and the ears, you want to explain that a little bit more. John Goff 10:54 And that's it. Seeing something that people might think is harmful or or degrading or evil, or, you know, it's outside of their scope of what they believe morals and ethics to be you why somebody out on the street, they're homeless. And the first reaction is, oh, my God, that makes me sick, that homeless person you don't know the story, you don't know, if they're mentally ill, nobody knows that they're a war veteran, what happened to them and their life that gotten the space that they're in right now that they're homeless, you're seeing and then you know, you're living, your breath changes, your Are you some storms that happen, people can animate it, and this judgment starts coming out. And then you have somebody else on the on different side of the coin, they see them, their heart starts to melt, they feel for them, there's empathy there. Because the way they were taught to breathe, or respond or look at somebody else, or situation is different. So they're literally breathing in it, they're seeing it, and what they're pulling in as if they're breathing. So if I see something and I go, man, that fool that idiot, that that's what I'm breathing. But I breathe in. I see that. Man. No, I wish they were in a better space. You know, I What can I do for them? If I was able to, there's a different level of being able to see and really see, because all reality, it's all perception based. And so how we're breathing at the moment, is also how we're going to see the world. Brandon Handley 12:42 That's, I love that. Right? You're right, our breath is going to color color our vision as it were right on how we're breathing is going to it's going to impact our perspective. 100% 100% So, you know, the other pieces that you one thing that you mentioned to you know, says breathwork and other people you mentioned is doing some energy work, and you'd mentioned that the energy you work is like kind of like next level I forget the exact language that you use, but for lack of better terminology was like a diss on Western, you know, your general run of the mill. Reiki, what would you you know, you know, so what do you mean by you know, I don't know, kind of like your storebrand Reiki and what's the difference in what you're doing? John Goff 13:35 I traditional Reiki is then Mike which is also and Mike Downes did that as well. Okay, so you hear through chi, you hear Reiki and then McCarley Suey, who have the concept of myth behind that he went through a mountain is that like he had these downloads only symbols came into him and then boom, you know a he had Reiki brought back to the earth. Well, I do believe that to an extent people also miss he was already a Buddhist monk is that my he was already a martial arts master he was already a high level Chi master. He trained in mystical schools of energy work. So he was already in a place to receive higher consciousness or a deeper level of energy. Pulling wants to channeling or receiving to meet a lot of semantics. So when when he sighed is that openness cool? So I'm just gonna bypass long story because it take Ohio when we started teaching, there's meditations. That isn't a mic. There was a different hand positions. There was breathwork than then to think of Kiko, which is Japanese form of Qigong. There was a whole system do it, and it took a while to actually learn Reiki as the actual system or the art or the ability to use it energy. The demon work with shock Because originally, I was taught and had the very good opportunity to work with some great grand masters and teachers of how Reiki was originally transferred and taught. So then, and I didn't know how it was taught in America, I had no clue. Even though I learned to hear from some masters, they kept the quiet, it was very hush hush. And I was like, Man, this is really weird. You guys are so secretive about this. And they said, well, what's the difference between secret and sacred? He said, You know, when, like, for us, the word sacred if you slow it down sacred secret, you know, we believe that, that the translations are that the accent of the word just got shifted around. So we want to keep things very, very pure. You have people do these weekend courses, Libya, two or three day period, people are walking around, I'm a Reiki Master. And they don't even understand themselves who they are yet. It took me 10 years to become a Reiki Master. And that's after working on a lot of people. That's that's writing hypothesis on Reiki. That's what what my findings, what are my results? What am I see? What am I feeling? What am I hearing? What are my clients seeing during the session? What are they feeling? What are they hearing? What is the experience? And that's actually I want my business is called the experience. I've asked people Hey, do you do raise you, they look up, they go raise you and like you said, your Reiki master. So over the years, I started asking less questions that are that are more in depth the way I was taught. And I started paying attention to the wording. And a lot of this is this new age just everybody has Reiki or re Reiki has to do with God. Reiki has never had to do anything with God. It because it was silly and ancient mystery schools can talk about other way. I don't know why people want to shift it over to something different than what was originally taught. And the original system. It was a hard system, it was not this easy system where you get an attunement, you little magical systems symbols go over your body and your palms are done. And then who open your eyes now. You're now a Reiki Master. That's something I've really struggled with, with and communities that people doing energy work. As a Reiki has become like a McDonald's man. Or like in martial arts world, every martial arts class everywhere anybody can do it, or McDo Joe, they don't actually understand what's behind it. They have very sugar coated, whitewashed Reiki. And so for me, I usually don't even mention that I do Reiki I'll put it down on my bio or on some of my credentials. Otherwise, we will show up I live another gonna go through and recession for energy work energy healing, or the release has made it facilitator for being a conduit for it. Because people hear Reiki I had a Reiki session done. And then I did a session on them. Whoa, that's why any Reiki I've ever done, or what you do is not Reiki because it's not the way they were taught. Brandon Handley 17:59 Now that look, I get it right, I think that everybody wants to, I'm thinking of an older music song, everybody wants to be a DJ, everybody wants to be able to say that they can do some some energy work, right. And these courses, a lot of people are too busy to go into the depth that's required to do this really well. Right. And so they want to be able to get a taste of it, they might be able to like I don't even know what you could really learn over the course of of a solid weekend. But they they're not getting the depth and breadth. Like maybe they've learned how to do a wrist lock or something like that. I don't know, right? So they learned like one thing. Whereas like, and they don't know any anything about it, other than that they can do it. And that there's like maybe an intention and a purpose and a reason. Where do you use it? When do you use it? What is it? You know? What, what energy is this cleansing or whatever, right? Like, I don't know enough about it. But I mean, so what I'm hearing you say is that they're not getting the depth and breadth that they need to to really do anything other than say, Hey, I spent 500 hours we can learn how to do like these two or three moves. And I got this certificate with my name. Why John Goff 19:19 exactly ma'am. I know it might seem harsh at times and I'm not I'm not trying or attempting to come to a place of judgment. It just it could be very bothersome to watch something within the energetic arts or the healing arts. I hold so true to my heart that it helped me help a lot of people that have had facilitated a lot of great work just just to look at somebody go into my music so your hands a little bit warmer somebody but what's the next step? What's next level? Because originally with the ratio when I was mentioned this people to hear the county silly did transfers of opening up energy centers for people to heal through a thing called ratio, there was no touch. And he's AIMSweb. A lot of people can't actually receive this. So he tried to make a way to get everybody to receive it. And that's where he was able to come up with the attunements through a, we wanna say, divine or celestial inspiration. Because, okay, I cannot lock these things in people. But it still takes time for them to learn. And then the system got Russia. And then system, we got a rush, and now you have k, you get these symbols, you take your things W and boom, you're open up a little bit. So they're legitimately open enough to do a little bit of one to 10. They're doing a one and they think they're doing 100. Brandon Handley 20:45 Yeah, well, they don't like a point five, right. That mean? And, you know, I guess even even what you're saying there, though, too, is like, I guess even a trickle is better than zero. And it's and, and it's opening up a lot of people's eyes, I think, you know, there's the flip side of that. And just my thought process here is we're, as we're talking about this, the more people that kind of access it are getting knowledge about it, and believe in it and share it. You know, I think that's a good thing. One of the things that we're talking about a little bit here is just how widespread a lot of this is becoming. And yeah, there's gonna be people, I think that that don't reach the certain ranks that you do that you are right. And I think that that's maybe what some of these, maybe with some of these weekend sessions are for, right? Like, maybe it's so like, one out of 100 people's like, Alright, I'm actually going to dedicate my life to this. Right. And I think that there's a bonus in that, like maybe one out of 100 does. So maybe that's more or less what those things are for, it's to help separate some of the people or at least get them familiar with it. And so that they begin to, as you said, kind of connect with that source, right, that they never connected with before and been like, wow, there is another sense and a way of energy that I hadn't been aware of before. And now I want to know more. Do you think that's fair? John Goff 22:12 I think it's very fair. And if anybody gets any of the teaching that will help us ship it in the ship, it is entering into the mystery. Exactly what is the mystery? The second, you know, if I would say I always have the mystery. With all my training all my background, I still don't understand the mystery. Because the mystery itself keeps on going when you think you have it. Sure, there's a step more. So it's like back to those same one step one breath, one session, next session, but another session, another session, but also the personal work and the sessions on yourself. Because the mystery is so deep, you're never gonna get it. Brandon Handley 22:50 Yeah, no, it's right. I think that that's the other thing about being in this space, right? Being in the spirituality space and being in like, you know, in the energy workspace and being connected is like, there's, there's really, there's no end and no beginning. Right? It's, it's a it's always around, but you can, you know, I imagine you can get better at it. Right? You can you can reach certain levels where you can do things that you certainly were not possible before. So I mean, if you don't mind my asking, like, what are some of the things that you're healing with the work that you do, if you had to throw one or two things out there? What kind of people visit you, a lot of John Goff 23:36 people come to me, come to me with relationship trauma, due to sexual trauma. being groomed, not actually understanding the scope of what love is and what love isn't. You know, whether or not kids are more PG, whether it's Daddy did something to them, or maybe mom, dad or uncle dad or an extra neighbor did to never understand what it meant to be appropriately touched. They have body autonomy, to actually be able to express the word know, to say yes, to have that control, Terminus can a give and take with their own energetic field, what is boundaries because they didn't have they didn't have boundaries. And law. This for me has also been found with people who are suffering the sexual trauma with religious trauma. And I've taught it, it's, I have to not emotionally tag myself with the client, because it's easy project. So you know, some of the trauma that I went through that I've healed from, but sometimes a client can sort of pull some of that back out, which is good for me to be able to continue any depths of healing that I have to heal for myself, to allow me to continue with my work and have more empathy towards them. But um, it can be a struggle, man, you know, because when you're watching somebody who they're on their second there's a fifth man or they can't maintain a relationship. And then they go to a different facilitator. And I know we're going to get into in a little bit, are they going to plant medicine ceremony, and now everybody's doing ecstatic dance and the foreigner bodies around, and they're told, release your sexual energy, your sexual beings, you're a sexual goddess. And the list of these words go on this jargon just really gets to me. Because the breath isn't about sex, this feeling of energy release isn't about sex. So you've all sexual energy, that there's this ideal of what sexual is, it's not about having an orgasm. It's not about flinging your body everywhere, you know, like twitching on the floor. It is about connecting with your Source Self, and this masculine or feminine energy and learning the duality. As a man? What does it mean to cry? If I cry? I'm weak? No, you're not. That's a softer side of yourself that allows you to heal. If I'm a woman, I guess we got for myself. Yes, you can. So understanding what set with our sexual energy is and what it isn't. And that's something that, you know, sort of drives me crazy a little bit. When I'm watching people come to me, and I hear their stories. Well, I went to this event, I went to this I watched I went to this group, I went to this healer. And, you know, they're worse than when they when they, when they originally came to them. They, you know, they were already heard, never heard any more. Because now the divorced, why are you divorced? Well, I was told to let loose and then, you know, I started, you know, doing this, and I started doing that. And then they take that home with them. Because, you know, they were told it's gonna be healing from to be healthy for them. They were working on body autonomy and expression. But now, they don't know how to express it. They weren't taught to express with the other self with them, or within or with the partner. It became such a high vibe energy, that they weren't given any place to ground. They weren't given any type of integration. So who are you? Okay, I have this feeling I am breathing. And now you might want to Mon, guess what, I'll tell my client, it's okay, soften it. It because it's it might be essential feelings. But it doesn't mean it has to become sexual, like you were taught, you're going to respond, some people are going to say, oh my god, okay, hey, let's breathe through it. Because that's not the transfer you want to have. But it's a transfer people are taught to have that you have to have this big mon this big thing. What about anger? What about screaming? What about crying? Well, all these things have nothing to do with sex. And that's a lot of the root of the trauma, what I'm working with, people don't understand their own sexuality, they just have their body, they don't have the way to think you can't even shake a hand. And I've had women go, Whoa, because there were, a lot of these people have been so groomed, that starting with a handshake is where the trauma was. Starting with the look, I understand the red flags. And this is what I work with. It's a constant, and occasionally get the other person, maybe they're physically abused, or maybe, you know, maybe they went through a lot about emotional instability and household. But a lot of the clients that I've worked with the root cause of a lot I'm dealing with is that they were hurt sexually, they were shamed sexually. And they don't understand the root of sex, when it has nothing to do with the exploitation of another. Brandon Handley 28:45 Right, John, and so one thing we, the the audience is certainly not aware of, because I know we didn't touch on it. I mean, you were abused, in quite some way as a child, both physically and sexually, as I understand it. And so you know, you've done a lot of work on yourself, obviously. And here, you continue to do that work on yourself. And through, you know, all these other modalities to Reiki drives, you do energy work, the breathwork martial arts, you've taken all of this, and you're helping others to use some of these tools and modalities that you've learned yourself, so that they can, you know, maybe face their traumas and work their way through it. So that's why these people are seeking you out. Is that right? Yes. Yeah, we did talk a little bit about so yeah, the flip side of this, you know, John, I when I when I checked out John's bio, and I told him today when we're talking, you know, as we talk a little bit about breath, work and energy work, I also noticed John had some plant medicine in there. And you heard him also already talk a little bit about how you know, this space. While I think it's being idealized and popularized right now and everybody's very excited because there's there's a lot of potential for healing, there's a lot of potential for deep work. There's a lot of potential for a lot of potential. There's also a lot of potential for abuse. And this isn't the first time John and I were talking about admission, this isn't the first time we've seen this. And I think we saw a lot of this in the 60s, right, where it's like, hey, free love baby, after a couple rounds, and I guess it's kind of what I'm hearing is still kind of going on, right? Like people believe that, you know, they go to one or two of these sessions, and that their minds are liberated, their bodies are liberated. What that and what this liberation means is like, I don't know, you know, let's go have sex in the woods. Let's, you know, let's, you know, let's say whatever we think, you know, sounds right at the time and, and write that into law. Like you were talking about people, trauma being triggered by shaking their hands or looking at them. So, you know, what are you hearing out there? And what are your thoughts on in the plant medicine world? John Goff 31:02 I see I still use plant medicine. But I still have a plant medicine called Hot Bay. So I've been mission to serve at tobacco Snop is blowing your nose. It's sometimes it has a purge effect. Some people might want to keep with it. But it has the ability to put you into a meditative state. It can make you a little bit spinny. A little bit woozy at times. You know, so this is what i i personally serve AMI, this hobby of medicine, this tobacco based energy and energy behind it. Or if you are wanting to read more traditional the words, the spirit of the Ruma, which is all about healing tobacco was once a healing medicine. So what so when I serve it, it gives people a chance, you know, to really sit with themselves. And you'll find where's the pain of the body? Where's the emotion to clear and calm down? You know, so whether it's me take people taking people who have been on methods enemies, yeah, different types of drugs. If they don't want, they don't want to relapse again, they don't want to go back. And that's a no this tobacco based medicine, it takes a stress down, it gives a chance to think and be clear. And this is the you know, the few I worked with when the plant medicine is people who are emotionally unstable, they're not grounded. So the hop is used to ground people. So when I hear about the hobbit being used in ceremony, or people go into an Ayahuasca are going to do the frog Venom or frog poison that known as combo, and you're getting these things done. I hear all the other stories with it too. That Hey, I was serving a hot day. But as I was, as I was spinning, and I thought I was in a puke, the facilitator came up behind me and started touching my head, or, or his hand started going up parts of my body that I was uncomfortable with, but they're so linked in the medicine at the lab, like you know, they're spinning, they're buzzing, that next thing you know it, they're being touched. And then he told it's okay, you said Mr. Mike, release the trauma. And then they tried to look very healing, when they were exploiting the person that they were serving, they came to them as, as a client, that, you know, these facilitators are promoting things, while you're under a substance, keep everything very, very pure. You and I might come in so no matter what it is, I hear the stories being told as dogma, these ideals, when you're in a vulnerable state, when the emotions are flowing, or if there's any psychedelic substance use within the medicine that can be very healing. Your their minds are being twisted. They're they're seeing something back to you breathing in through sight, that they're seeing stuff, they're looking around. And whatever the facilitator is doing, or whatever a facilitator is allowed to do, if you're in a group session, part of you starts to go, this is okay. Or starts to question. Is it okay? Because the way I was taught that these things aren't okay. So when when is it truth? When is it trauma? Or what is it more traumatizing? Because some of you seeing is what you went through? And now you don't you don't know what's actually happening at the time you cook out of it. You've been assaulted, something else has happened. You know, am I you know, some form of being taken advantage of is what's happening right now currently, a lot of these circles and these AMI said i Yes, I have 100% indoor plant medicine, when the facility facilitators are up point, when they know what they're doing with their tension is pure. I will applaud and say go all day. But do you know who your facilitator is? And these are some of the stories of hearing why he was with so and so. But now I will just though so, and they go, next person, the next person, these groups keep on falling apart, because he started getting a god complex. I know it all, I am the main facilitator, or I do it better than facilitator. I've met facilitators, just like myself and beyond, they've said, I was got a plan that said 400 times, 1000 times 10,000 times for years, they had the experience and the expertise to guide people to a better space. And some of the people, they stopped that three times, five times, and then they become so called to the medicine. Well, I've been doing for three years now. And all said they're hosting these big groups. Well, who taught you? Well, I wasn't taught, I just took it a lot. They didn't recall what we called Guardian, the medicine. So you have a facilitator, yes, there'll be guarded, where they walk through there on the medicine, but they're walking on the medicine, they're playing songs in the medicine, they're observing on the medicine, so they actually understand the frequency of the medicine. And a lot of these people who are serving the medicine, they were never a guardian, they didn't understand the process of what it means to be a holder of that didn't really carry it, carry in their mind, carry in their heart, and be able to stay in a calm space walk, while while they themselves were on the medicine. So when I serve, like my holiday, did anybody comes to me, I also take it, I'm on the same frequency as them, so that I'm feeling what they're feeling. I'm understanding the process they're going through, because we're both working through it together. So I can help facilitate for them, for them to be their own Shaman. And that's the other thing, you don't get a lot of people's like, I'm the shaman, I'm the healer. So I say I do healing work. Yes, I do healing work. But I will take a step deeper. I only facilitate the healing work. In the end, you have to accept the healing work, because you are your only healer, I can push energy and I can serve the medicine, how you respond to it, and what you decide to take from it. As when you become your own Shaman. And lobbies. groups aren't doing that. And people go to them. And now you have a cult following. And now you have meta we're obsessed with you. And things turn into a spiritual orgy fast. Brandon Handley 37:21 Yeah, and like I said, Doesn't sound too unlike what we've seen in our culture before. If we think of the hippie generation, right, just kind of how, and this is one of the things I think that to me, is what I'm most afraid of, in regard to the RE emergence of psychedelics, right? The propensity to go in a direction that is not beneficial. Right, say, and to your point, which I wasn't aware of before, you know, these people, they're not guardians, they, they there, they, you're saying they've taken it like three to five times, and they feel the call, and that's great, if you feel a calling, right? Maybe if I was feeling the calling of a doctor after you know, I got stitches three or four times, that doesn't mean that I should be out there, you know, given stitches, right. And I think that's pretty weak one, but it's pretty weak analogy. But you know, the gist of it is, is like, just because I've gone through it a couple times. And it doesn't make me a master of it, right. Like even like we're talking beginning of this conversation. Just because I had a Reiki Master Reiki session over the weekend doesn't make me a master by any stretch of the imagination, no matter what that certificate says. So, you know, as a guardian, I imagined that you know, you have been a guardian of the medicine and, and gone through that process, given you know, even your vigilant stance today, what What's that process look like to become a guardian, like let's say, Look, man, maybe I really am called to it. And and I'm done playing games, and I'm ready to become a guardian. What's that process look like? John? John Goff 39:11 Do you understand song? Do you just had a breath and then back to breathing when you got the space of you know, maybe started that five times that the 10 times and then something clicks I don't have to actually purge right now. Not everybody has to be go throw up physically throw up. Sometimes the Purge is you didn't now you didn't you need to go take a poop. Uh, you have to let out a different way. Now the Purge is a cry. Now. Maybe you're sweating. You're starting to learn to work with the medicine you're actually understanding it was like, wow, I I'm directing it. I'm working with it. I might just let it get takeover. To that's where a lot of bad things happen. You just let it take over. And there's so many people in a room Unless you do more private one on ones, then now you're really feeling it. So now that you felt that, and you see how there's different ways to release, and it's gonna say the word purge, now we're saying we're getting well, because you're not purging anything, you are releasing it getting well. So the purge factor gets less. And now you have to do you want to share, okay, now, you take the opportunity to share, because there's times that people have time to share, that's some facilitators will let you share that the know you're ready to share. Are your words healing are your words giving people some form of instruction, or maybe a different point of view that they want to thought about? That allows them to also be in a space of healing? And now, do you play any music? Do you drum at all? I wonder vibrations, can you give that that'll help the visit the facilitation of the medicine? So that, you know, there's a little starting point, and also approaching facilitator, unless you have to travel? If the close to hey, I'd like to work the medicine more. And ask them, what would it take for me to garden the medicine with you? Or have an opportunity to sit with it upfront, sit by the altar? And while you're serving it, you know, can I start with serving the hot day? Because usually hoppy does you always involved in an Ayahuasca or other medicines? Because it can help facilitate deepening the medicine? Okay, no, I'm going to be the facilitator. So no, but you can guardian, by serving the hot day in between rounds, to help people if they need to get more, or the little bit of that release to get well, then the hoppecke helped help them do it. Let's start there. So now you have opportunity to start serving medicine, why might they be the main medicine, your physician to guardian, some that is said to work in conjunction with the main medicine. And now you get a feel for that it might be a year might be two years. And then it comes a time, when they might say hey, we're gonna switch places, do you feel comfortable enough to serve the medicine, and if you do, they will teach you how to boil the medicine, you know how to bring it up, have a blessed it was needed. And the minister was in the process of grinding the medicine, of understanding each each drop each herb that deal that goes in. And now you go through the process of really learning yet, of feeling get of observing it, of observing, and that's basically observing it, if you can observe the medicine and work with the medicine and learn how to actually create it, and put it together. So becomes was supposed to be, you're never, you're never gonna serve it, a lot of people, you'll basic Hey, I did a few times document called do it. They just are already or you're already done. And they serve it. They never take the time to the process to make the medicine and actually feel the spirit of the medicine through creation, to where your energy is going into it. I mean, you take this little cop, you serve it up, to know what it's like to blow your heart into it, that you are blessing it. And now you are ready to actually give to the world. And that's lacking. So there's a short little process ideal of how to become a guardian, and then, you know, steps closer to actually surfing it. Brandon Handley 43:25 Yeah, and I can only imagine just how much that's going to diminish the overall experience. If you haven't taken that kind of time. And gotten to that level of understanding with a medicine, then that's, you know, I don't know, imagine anybody who does something super awesome whenever you go to visit them. And the inferior product, right. And I hate to put it in product terms, but like I mean, that's really what it kind of boils down to, you're getting a you know, a cut rate experience, and maybe it is mind blowing again, and I'm not saying like, you know, a shitty experience. Well, you know, actually should experience would suck, right? Like, I mean, if you're, if you're going to this whole thing turns into like some drug induced orgy. You're not really doing yourself a service, and the people are facilitating something like that. It's really a terrible kind of a hack job. John Goff 44:19 Yes. Brandon Handley 44:23 Yeah. So I mean, you know, I think this conversation has been great though, because, you know, most of the times here we are right now, there's a lot of really good news, John going on about there about, you know, a lot of plant medicine, the exposure, a lot of people getting exposed to it. But I think that it's really important to understand that the people who are going to these, like you had said that they do their research, so you know, what kind of experience can they expect? What is the lineage of their facilitator who taught them you know, what's the you mentioned? Like the integration work, right? You know, what's that integration work gonna look like? You know, Are you even ready for it? Because what if you're already emotionally unstable? What if you're already in a trauma space? There's not going to be any benefit. As a matter of fact, that could make things worse for you, as you've mentioned, if you don't do some of this work up front, and if you're not in the right mental state, and, you know, to top it all off, it's facilitated poorly. Yeah, right. Yeah, so I think those are all like, that. That's all like, you know, that's honestly, like, you know, for the listeners, I think that that's somebody, that's something you should really, you know, check into, for sure, for sure. Well, John, you know, I really appreciate you being on today. Usually, I'd like to ask a couple questions. If you don't, unless you had anything else that you wanted to kind of mention around these couple topics, I had a couple other leftover questions for you. And we can start dialing it down. But John Goff 45:53 I would like to, you know, just to add in, because we're ending with with a partner integration. If a person does side and you've got through a scenario now are going to go to any type of ceremony that's plant medicine based. Please ask them facilitators ahead of time, what integration will look like? Can you get a hold of them? Or is it a one time deal and get the comeback? Because, you know, sometimes it's medicine can be in your system for two days or up to a week, and it's still working through you and you go home, you don't know what to read or not to read? What listened to or not listen to you? Or how to listen to yourself? Can you get a hold of them? Hey, I'm struggling, I this really hard for me? Will they be there for you? Or do they expect you to be there for yourself. And if you've never had these experiences before it can harm you, it can be a scary thing. And I don't want you or anybody else to, to have a mental break. Or to have such a spiritual overwhelm, that you become lost in the medicine. This medicine is beautiful, it can help you it can serve you. But it can also work against you if you don't have the right setting for it to be there for you. So just when it comes to integration, please be very vigilant in asking the right questions. Because this can either save your life and help you move forward in a deeply a girl spirituality, or can be taken to a very dark places darker than what you're already in. Brandon Handley 47:21 That's fair, right? And super fair. And really, that is a great question, right? What is this ongoing support look like? Right, I leave your situation I leave your ceremony. It's been great. I've personally never done Ayahuasca or had an experience like that. So I have no idea what to, you know, what to expect when when I leave a ceremony like that. And if it's going to be in my system, and you know, I'm still feeling the effects of this plant medicine days later. Without knowing that right, I might freak out a little bit. Right. So I need to know that there's going to be some kind of ongoing support for me in that scenario, right? Because I honestly, it's first I've ever heard heard of kind of heard of that, right? So, again, something really important that I think is being left out of a lot of conversations is exactly what you said that this, this could be in your system for days or up to a week later. And you could have some experiences, and you're going to want to know what what that support looks like. And to me, again, if this is if I'm entering into this plant medicine world without an experience like it before, and this support isn't offered, I'd probably run away quite quite honestly. Right. So great, great, great. Great suggestion to point that out. So thank you, John. So, John, I like to I always like to ask a few questions, right? I look at this podcast as a little bit of like a, you know, spiritual speed dating show, right? You know, somebody on the other line is looking for their next. I don't know, spiritual date, right? They're looking for me, the next spiritual mentors is too many people like to hop around, and that's okay. They're seeking, right? So, in that, in that context, I would say, hey, spiritual bachelors, number one. Let's see. Let's see, what does it mean to live in the present moment, John Goff 49:25 to be able to see what's around you to know what's around you. You know, it could be the smile of you know, of your wife. It could be the person sitting at a restaurant with their head down, to notice what it actually means to to be here right now. And in observance, to truly be in a reverence for ourselves and humanity. What's what's encompassing our soul? What are we exposed to? And then what are we exposing ourselves to? To actually be so to be right here right now, to be able to look around and see but see with a true I see if our spiritualize so that we can actually be in a space of being something for ourselves and other people. That's the biggest thing right now be in the president BSU must be in observance. Brandon Handley 50:17 That's great, right? Yeah, look, I agree, you got to, you know, just just try and be there right now with it all relax a little bit and spend some time in that space. Thanks for that answer, John. What else we got here? Well, what would you say is preventing people from living to their full potential John, fear, John Goff 50:37 fear dogma. I want to be a doctor. So maybe due to my cultural, religious upbringing, like, that's out of the books for me. Because, you know, we fall into the trap of Have you become a doctor, that, you know, if you're going to be very scientific, you're going to be very medical. And that goes against everything you believe, spiritually, religiously. That's just a sort of shortlands on that one. Fear of actually, something more than ourselves. Because we were taught that we cannot be something hindered us something, some traumatic moment that we went, Whoa, stop right now. I can't go any further. Because they're also identifying with the story. If I stop living in this story, I'm not responsible, I'm now accountable for everything I do from here on out. So if they're in a story, and they're stuck, and that's gonna be a big one, what happens when I quit identifying with what I believe to be me, and I truly started with a potential of what I really am, or what I can't be the second I here's a work, you're gonna hate. A lot of hate when I say it. Choice. The second you choose for you, hey, I choose and right now I am willing to change, I willing to move forward, I am done. The story is eliminated. No more fear no more this no more of that. And I am present in the now. Whoa, now you're truly starting to wake yourself up. Brandon Handley 52:11 Yeah, hey, look, John 100%. I had a conversation, maybe last week and the guests and I, you know, kind of agreed on exactly what you're saying right? Now, choice is so powerful, it may be one of the most powerful things that that occurs for you in this journey. And when you and I are talking about choice, we're not talking about do you want ketchup with that? We're talking about, you know, a conscious choice that, you know, could, you know, radically alter your life. And it could, it could, it could be a super small choice. But once you and even that super small choice is going to radically alter your life, because it's when you realize the decision that you just made in this moment, was different from any other that you've made in your life. And you did it on purpose and alignment with intention and all that other stuff, right. So I think that's the kind of choice that you're talking about. And that's the type of choice that when you when you make that choice, you will feel it in your body. And you will realize what what we're talking about the power of choice, right? John Goff 53:30 Sort of honorable listeners to understand the aspects of healing, from the physical abuse, to the sexual abuse, to bad relationships that I experienced. And you know that there was a point where I wasn't do healing work anymore. I know, years ago, I didn't teach martial arts. I was hitting a breaking point. And I was popping pills. I was drinking, I was masking my own pain. And I had a talk with one of my old teachers, we reconnected and he's like John said, I'm not trying to give you a big head. You're really good at what you do. The world needs. It was last time you you needed yourself and either Whoa. I do need myself. It was something as simple as Do you remember what it's like to need yourself to be there for yourself? Because nobody's going to be there for you 100% of the time. And when nobody's there, can you show up for yourself? I made the choice. I would cold turkey. Not everybody can do it. I medically and psychologically don't recommend it. I'm just letting people see the power choice. I took on alcohol. I ducked down the drain. I throw the pills away. I made a choice and I never went back. Brandon Handley 54:43 Down now that looks right. That's a I think that that's it to where you realize that just like you said, you need you. You need you for yourself more than anybody else does. And to show up for yourself as again another powerful tool is John. Thank you, man. so much for being on here today. Where can I send people to find out more about you and connect with you? John Goff 55:05 Doctor speak.com You can find me through that social media Facebook, through the experience, and Instagram. I'm also on John golf underscore the experience. And you can also find me at beyond underscore conventional healings on Instagram too. Brandon Handley 55:25 Awesome. John, thanks so much for being on today. 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“Step inside, walk this way…” The world just wouldn't be the same without Dave Mustaine and MEGADETH. No one else in metal embodies the same snarling, vengeful angst against the psychopathic “powers that be” as Mega Dave, and the band's 16th studio offering, “THE SICK, THE DYING…AND THE DEAD!” once again proves it. With topics running the gamut from space travel, war, and (actual) plague to nuclear disaster and shameless celebrity selfie queens, Dave has once again masterfully unleashed his passionate disgust and contempt for everything that has negatively tainted our world with furious thrash-tactical precision that is intricately woven together with thin threads of progressive metal grandeur. 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Follow us on the Socials: Facebook - Instagram - Twitter Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Can't be LOUD Enough Playlist on Spotify Metal Nerdery Munchies on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCN2NrnCuSrAaLcIzI2wpaiQ MEGADETH on the InterWebs: WEB Show Notes: (00:01): “That's not what I was gonna say…” / #GrandmaBeavis / #theuncorking (“That was a wet one”) and a #bigmouth / #cortisoneshart and the joy of #superfarts / #thisepisodesclinkyoftheepisode #SinEater (Cinnamon flavored whisky) #itleaked because of #thebigmouth / ***WARNING!!!*** #listenerdiscretionisadvised ***WELCOME BACK TO THE METAL NERDERY PODCAST!!!*** #tainttightener / What dimension did you materialize from? / #thisepisodesbeeroftheepisode #layoff #adderalldeficitdisordermoment #WickedWeedBrewing from #Asheville #FreakOfNature (excellent #albumcover) #highgravitybeer and #properdaydrinking tips. / “That's the loudness that you taste…” / #eightpointfivepercentABV (aka #loudbeer) / ***Shoutout to local boys #ActusReus*** / #whatsthat #didyoumarkthat #TheyDidSomeTool #ultramegaremix #pitchshiftedhilarity (09:11): “Be teased…” #psychicblueballs (or you could just read further down in the show notes) / “Blair Witch meets Evil Dead…” / #DeadStream #spoileralert / “Man, her tits were I-rated…” / (Russell says #boobs the best.) #Wokeshitsucks especially in #horrormovies and #RussellsReflections and an #editorial regarding the mass #boobdeficit in horror / #thevoicemailsegment ***GIVE US A CALL AND LEAVE US A VOICEMAIL AT 980-666-8182!!!*** #thereturnofthepost “How do #guitarsolos affect you?” (NOTE: the answers may vary between guitarists and non-guitarists…) / The emotional (and sometimes physical) impact of songs and/or guitar solos are very similar / “That was recorded in one single take!” #onetakewonder #Xanadu / “Damn I wish I could play guitar…” / And now, a rebranding: there's #bassguitar and #trebleguitar / #onemorevoicemail #thereheis #numberonepodcast (thank you for that, Johnny-O) #thatmanisablessin / NO ONE is handing out the #goodcandy to children on #Halloween…even in the #legalweedstates (because it's too expensive!). / Teachable moments… (24:46): No #shittah from those of you in the tri-county area, but a recommendation… / #KingVolumeRecords (Not sure of the artist). #stonerdoomgoodness #artistunknown #fuzzy #fuzztease / #JurassicWitch “BLACK MASSES AND ASHES” VELOCIREAPER (“Someone needs to load a bowl for this…”) ***You can also find this on #bandcamp*** #killersongtitles (Not really #WellPlayYourShittah but also, kinda…) / “It's time to get the band back together…I want to scream again…” (31:45): #TheDocket MEGADETH “THE SICK, THE DYING, AND THE DEAD” / Quick first impressions and Dave's uncanny gift for picking gifted guitarists to be part of #Megadeth / Production critiques / “Maybe that's why it's fun…” / #guitarbliss #awwwmannn and the evolution of Dave's vocal style over the years / “Is it just as easy as asking for a to-go box?” #Poorlytimedrimshot and #poorlytimedlaughter #sadtrombone and that absurdly annoying buzzer siren noise (see also #airhorn) / #themostobnoxiousnoiseintheworld #thatnoise #homemadelube (41:53): Excellent #MontyPythonReference (NOTE: Actually, it's from #TheHolyGrail) #killeropener THE SICK, THE DYING…AND THE DEAD! (The riff with the harmonies is total #guitarbone) #yeah #killerharmonies / Remember when you first figured out how to play #complexicated riffs? / “Yours is #moreannoying…” / #pastawithattitude / The first Megadeth album without David Ellefson / LIFE IN HELL #oldschoolthrash (Wait…#fingerpants?) (50:56): NIGHT STALKERS (feat. 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(Very old school sounding…) #killeroutro (#DrillSeargentMustaine calling cadence…) / “Handful of pussy and a mouthful of ass…” / CELEBUTANTE (and a flashback to 1983…) and #weirdrifftiming (“Where's the 1?”) / #perfectsegue into the next… (1:19:36): MISSION TO MARS (“It's got a lot of bottom…”) / Cool middle part…and a #catalogcallback / #supernaturaltentacles / “Dave would make a killer #voiceactor…” / Update regarding #TheShroomChronicles / #nogagcomplex (or #gagreflex) / #weirdlegaldumbness / WE'LL BE BACK #killercloser / “He might be A.I.” / ***BONUS TRACKS (on the #digitaledition of #TheSickTheDyingAndTheDead)*** #boneustracks POLICE TRUCK (#DeadKennedys cover) / WTF is that voice anyway: maybe #LarsDamone or #NewYorkLars? / THIS PLANET'S ON FIRE (BURN IN HELL) #SammyHagar cover / Favorite tracks / Released September 2, 2022 / ***THANK YOU FOR JOINING US!!!*** #untilthenext #timetoemptytheballs / ***PLEASE VISIT OUR 33RD FLOOR I.U.B.P. 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歡迎留言告訴我們你對這一集的想法： https://open.firstory.me/user/cl81kivnk00dn01wffhwxdg2s/comments 每日英語跟讀 Ep.K464: About Japan - Asahi joins other breweries to stop using ‘image girls' in beer ads Asahi Breweries Ltd. has joined other major Japanese beer companies in halting their use of so-called “image girls” in their beer sales promotions in the wake of the pandemic and the changing times. 隨著武漢肺炎疫情大流行以及時代變遷，朝日啤酒加入其他日本主要啤酒公司的行列，停止在啤酒促銷活動上使用所謂的「形象女郎」。 “In the past two years, they were unable to do their primary activities," said an Asahi representative. "In the aftermath, we made a comprehensive evaluation and decided to pass on the hiring of (an image girl) starting next year.” 「她們（指宣傳女郎）過去2年來無法從事其主要活動，」朝日啤酒的一名代表說。「我們在這之後做了通盤評估，決定從明年起放棄聘用（宣傳女郎）。」 In the past, major beer companies hired image girls and sent them to travel across the country and participated in events to sell beer products to consumers. 以往，（日本）各大啤酒公司會聘請形象女郎，並將她們派往全國各地參加活動，將啤酒賣給消費者。 The COVID-19 pandemic hindered the image girl's activities, and Asahi postponed new hires in 2021 and 2022. COVID-19疫情大流行阻礙形象女郎的活動，朝日啤酒在2021年與2022年延後招募新的形象女郎。 Next Article Kiko turns 56, yearns to take a stroll with daughter Mako 滿56歲的紀子妃渴望與女兒一同漫步 Crown Princess Kiko marked her 56th birthday on Sept. 11 by saying she looks forward to the day she can take a stroll with her daughter, the former Princess Mako, now known simply as Mrs. Komuro following her marriage to a commoner. （日本）皇子妃紀子9月11日歡度56歲生日時說，她期待有朝一日與因為下嫁平民、如今僅被稱為小室太太的前真子公主一同漫步。 “I cannot directly meet my daughter right now, but in the meantime I tend to the plants in our garden and want to create banksia rose arches in the hope of sauntering with her here one day,” Kiko said in a written reply to questions submitted by reporters prior to her birthday. 「我現在無法直接跟我女兒見面，但當我在花園裡拾花弄草時，我想打造一座木香花拱門，期盼有朝一日能與她在此溜達，」紀子以書面回覆記者在她壽辰前的提問時如是說。 Mako was obliged to relinquish her imperial title upon her marriage last October to her college sweetheart Kei Komuro. The couple live in New York. 真子去年10月嫁給大學男友小室圭後依規定放棄皇室頭銜。兩人如今定居紐約。 The Banksia rose was Mako's signature mark when she was a princess and is a favorite flower of her parents, Crown Prince Fumihito and Kiko. 木香花是真子還是公主時的徽印圖案，也是其雙親文仁親王與紀子妃最喜歡的花。Source article: https://features.ltn.com.tw/english/article/paper/1546872 ; https://features.ltn.com.tw/english/article/paper/1544274 Powered by Firstory Hosting
El brasileño analiza la actualidad del Atlético de Madrid y de su entrenador, Diego Pablo Simeone, y los tres exfutbolistas, junto con Rafa Alkorta, valoran el nuevo Villarreal de Quique Setién.
Click the post for details on this episode! Welcome back to Open House. Randy Seidman here with another two hours of the grooviest beats. It's been a great month traveling around the States. Coming up in November, I'm playing in San Francisco, Brooklyn, and Philadelphia. Hope to catch you on the dance floor! Fresh jams in the first hour followed by an exclusive session with the talented rising duo from New York, Local Dialect. You can grab all past episodes and track lists from openhousepodcast.com, Soundcloud, or wherever you like to download your favorite podcasts. For now, turn it up. Randy Seidman's Website - Click HERE Randy Seidman's Soundcloud - Click HERE Randy Seidman's Beatport - Click HERE Randy Seidman's Spotify - Click HERE Randy Seidman's Facebook - Click HERE Randy Seidman's Twitter - Click HERE Randy Seidman's Track List: 01) D-formation, Davide Randazzo, Grazze - Ago (Einmusik Remix) 02) Stan Kolev - Meraki (Original Mix) 03) VARGO - Serenity (Rauschhaus Mix) 04) Cassian - Landa (Original Mix) 05) Paige, Nihil Young, Lauren L'aimant - Secrets (Original Mix) 06) Sebastian Weikum - Nibiru (Original Mix) 07) Protoculture - Shine (Original Mix) 08) Aleksey Yakovlev - Empty Dreams (Melarmony Remix) 09) Deepinity - Quantum (Extended Mix) 10) Rauschhaus, Peer Kusiv - Triton (Original Mix) 11) ELSP - To The Stars (Extended Mix) 12) Einmusik - Dune Suave (Original Mix) 13) Schattenspiel - Auftritt Des Peitschenanglers (Original Mix) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I hope you enjoyed the first hour, some of my top recent jams. Up next is one of my favorite artists, the talented and prolific duo from New York, Local Dialect. Making serious waves in the melodic and progressive house scenes, these fellas have had serious releases on quality imprints such as Stil Vor Talent and Zerothree; its no wonder they've shared the stage with legends like Boris Brejcha and remixed giants such as Gorgon City and Paul Thomas. Today, they're here just for you. For the next hour, Local Dialect is in the mix. Local Dialect's Website - Click HERE Local Dialect's Beatport - Click HERE Local Dialect's Spotify - Click HERE Local Dialect's Soundcloud - Click HERE Local Dialect's Facebook - Click HERE Local Dialect's Track List: 01) SKALA - Tout le monde (Original Mix) 02) Enamour - Cause and Effect (Original Mix) 03) Paul Thomas - Helios (Local Dialect Remix) 04) Local Dialect - ID x Rufus du Sol - On My Knees (Original Mix) 05) Joseph Ray - Inhibitions (Original Mix) 06) Local Dialect - Yaksha (Original Mix) 07) Local Dialect - Styx (Original Mix) 08) Local Dialect - Gandharva (Original Mix) 09) Kiko, Citizen Kain - Pablo (Original Mix) 10) Einmusik - Arrival (Original Mix) 11) Cioz & Ryan Murgatroyd - Wachaka (Original Mix) Randy Seidman · Open House 213 w/Randy Seidman + Local Dialect [Nov. 2022]
Chasing Health cu otro topico interesante!FAVI ta cu nos den studio "Sin bista, ainda tin vision". Kiko tur si por Tune in live via e link aki: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCer2e2up8kChasing Health is powered by Ministerio di Salud y Turismo Minister Dangui Oduber , Directie Volksgezondheid DVG ARUBA y HAVA Aruba#health #arubahealth #chasinghealth #dvg #hava #ministeriodisalud #servicioycuido #healthcarearuba Support the show
Ise (ee-say) is an Emmy Award winner, Inspirational Speaker and Men's Self-Mastery Coach who's the founder of The Divine Man Self-Mastery Coaching Program that trains individuals and teams alike to perform as their highest self fulfilling his mission of "Once you have YOU, you have everything!"Emmy Award winner, Inspirational Speaker and Men's Self-Mastery Coach, Iseluleko Ma'at El 0 (a.k.a. Kiko Ellsworth) combines his vast array of rigorous life lessons, education and entertainment to deliver effective practical everyday tools that inspire conscious peak performance in individuals and teams alike. Ise has appeared on hundreds of tv shows, film, commercials, and radio such as Lucifer, Bad Boys 2, Criminal Minds, General Hospital and many other while recently starring in the upcoming film opposite Eric Roberts, Danny Trejo, Shannon Elizabeth and Frank Whaley to be released in 2023. Iseluleko has created hundreds of programs, courses, workshops, classes, seminars (virtually and in-person), given keynote speeches on stage with the likes of world influencers, thought leader and luminaries such as Jack Canfield, Lisa Nichols, Jim Kwik, Mike Koenigs and many others as well as speaking live on stage to over 10,000 people, Whether it be a Keynote Speech, a Leadership Optimal Performance Training Program, a Movie, or any combination thereof, Ise specializes in creating customized transformational experiences that not only give your participants powerful personal development tools and life-changing concepts but also lights them on Fire from within, launching them back into their lives as the best version of themselves.https://thedivinemancoaching.com
Finally got to sit down with my man Kiko Villamizar. Kiko is a multi-instrumentalist - musicologist - vocalist - comedian - intellectual bad ass dude who was born in Miami to a musical family who took him to Colombia as a youth and raised him on a coffee farm where he immersed himself in the sounds and tradition of his families native land. On today's podcast he talks about that journey and where he is now. We also discuss rap music, in depth. This is a big one. As always thank you for tuning in and tell a friend to tell a friend about Talk So Real with Matt Sonzala.
Richard White is the CEO and founder at Fathom, a free app that records, transcribes & highlights your calls so you can focus on the conversation instead of taking notes. Fathom was a part of the Y-Combinator W21 batch, is one of only 50 Zoom App Launch Partners, and is one of a small handful of companies Zoom has invested in directly via their Zoom Apps Fund. Before Fathom, Richard founded UserVoice, one of the leading platforms technology companies, from startups to the Fortune 500, used to manage customer feedback and make strategic product decisions. UserVoice was notable for being the company that originally invented the Feedback tabs shown on the side of millions of websites worldwide today. Richard previously worked on Kiko, a company in the first batch of Y-Combinator, with Justin Kan and Emmett Shear who subsequently went on to found Twitch. Richard is passionate about designing intuitive productivity tools with delightful user experiences. Fathom is currently free, head over to the website to sign up: https://fathom.video/ Key Points:Understand your product Sell how the person wants to buyMakes sure you do what you do best: make connectionsAudit your trainingMake sure to maintain your mental health Find Rich on social media: LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/rrwhite/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/rrwhite
This episode's featured guest, Maxim Lany -- whose new track "Against All Odds" is a highlight on the 2022 Dirtybird Campout Compilation -- beams in from Belgium to take Dirtybird Radio listeners on an epic, bass-driven odyssey. VR warm-up setThird Culture - "Chemicals" [Diynamic Music]Get Real - "Jolean" [Ultra]Mancodex - "Morning Service" [Box Of Cats]C.H.A.Y. - "Telegram" [Dirtybird Records]Maxim Lany guest set:1. Lunar Orbit Rendezvous - A Dawn (Intro)2. Toto Chiavetta - Prodotto Astratto (Dub)3. Maxim Lany - Against All Odds4. Solee - Epoche (Original Mix)5. Kiko, Citizen Kain - Unsung (Original Mix)6. Oostil, U S H N U - Safe (Original Mix)7. Mr Morek - Stabber (Original Mix)8. Rockers Hi-Fi - Push Push (M.A.N.D.Y.'s Pusher Remix)9. Maxim Lany - ID10. Impérieux - Ferishtah (Original Mix)11. Maxim Lany - Cyclone vs. The Wall 12. Sylvain Armand & Maxim Lany feat. Davina Malek - Trippin13. 19:26 - Illusion (Original Mix) (Outro)
Kiko and her husband are bisexual swingers and she called in to talk all about it. How did they decide to start swinging? What kind of rules do they have while swinging? And, being does African American effect her experience while swinging? Tune on to find out plus hear all a bout the rules they had when they first started, the rules that they don't have anymore, ho they first started soft swapping and how that led to full swapping, how and why her husband is in charge of funding other couples for them to hook up with, how and when they both copped to being bi, how and why swinging has made her more confident, how swinging only adds to their relationship, why she loves being with two men so much, how she prefers MMF threesomes but why it's easier to set up a FFM threesome, what she loves most about watching her partner have sex with others, the most amount of guys she had hooked up with in one night, the sloppy bj she witnessed her husband get and why she loved it so much, their recent foray into nudist resorts and what she loves about them and a whole lot more. **To see anonymous pics of most of my female guests + get early access to all episodes, join my Patreon. It's only $5 a month and you can cancel at any time. You can sign up here: https://www.patreon.com/StrictlyAnonymousPodcast Want to be on the show? Email email@example.com or go to http://www.strictlyanonymouspodcast.com and click on "Be on the Show." Have something quick you want to confesss? OR Call the hotline at 347-420-3579. Your voice will be changed, so you remain anonymous Want a private convo with me that won't be aired on the show? All calls are private, confidential and anonymous. Click here for more info: https://calendly.com/strictlyanonymouspodcast/45min Follow me! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/strictanonymous/ Twitter https://twitter.com/strictanonymous?lang=en Youtube https://www.youtube.com/c/StrictlyAnonymouspodcast Everything else https://linktr.ee/Strictlyanonymouspodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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