Let me tell you a little story about my eyes and my feet. Sounds exciting, doesn’t it?Feeling a bit off balance (many of you will call it dizzy) has been one of my primary anxiety symptoms for many many years. If I’m having an anxious day, which can certainly happen to me sometimes (because I am human), I will likely feel that sensation.Anyway, back in days of old before anyone ever heard of COVID-19, I spent my days working on screens, but not all the time. I walked. I went to the gym. I biked. I socialized. I went to my office. I visited customers in my old technology business. Yes, looking at screens was always a big part of my days, but there were plenty of breaks from that as I moved through normal life.Then normal life stopped happening. The world shut down, we all stopped going places, and all those regular life breaks that took me away from screens went away. What was left was …. screens! In the early days of lockdown I was doing more live streams and responding to an increased demand for interaction in the community - which I was happy to do. But the result of that was that I was spending WAY more time looking at screens. Often, that meant looking DOWN at a phone or tablet that was in front of me. I was spending a very large percentage of my waking time looking down at screens that were no more than about 30 inches from my face, most times even closer. Then I discovered that if I went out for a walk, I would experience that same off balance sensation that I used to associate with being anxious. Except I wasn’t anxious. I was a bit off balance, my eyes were having a difficult time keeping up with the world around me, and I was literally drifting to the right ever so slightly when I walked. It wasn’t noticeable when walking from the kitchen to the living room, but on a long walk down my street it was very noticeable for me. I was also experiencing neck pain and I found that I was losing mobility in my neck. My eyes were also wigging out and I found the I was having a difficult time focusing and tracking objects in the distance. This was mildly concerning to me, and as it continued to get worse, that concern became more than mild. Was I having some kind of vestibular issue? Was I experiencing some anxiety that I wasn’t aware of? Is my vision changing again? Have I developed some kind of muscular imbalance? No, to all of that. The issue was that I was spending far too much of time time looking down at computer screens, phone screens, and tablet screens. My head was tilted and my eyes did nothing all day but focus on tiny pictures and text that were close to my face. My body was adapting to looking down with close focus as its default state, so looking up and looking at the actual world became a bit of a foreign experience. True story!Once I started drastically limiting my screen time and more actively managing my desk time, things improved quickly. I made it a point to get active again and to spend time looking UP and into the world. My neck stopped hurting, the stiffness went away, my eyes got used to distance focus again, and I was no longer drifting when I walked. Imagine that!So why does this story matter to you? Maybe it doesn’t and you’re bored to tears now. But maybe one of your default reactions to being anxious is to doom scroll through Instagram, read my Facebook group furiously, or bury yourself in YouTube or Netflix. Many members of our community use screen time as a soothing, escape, and safety behavior which means that many wind up spending hours upon hours looking DOWN at small screens every day. Then they also wind up feeling that off balance, slightly dizzy disoriented thing where the world looks strange and their vision isn’t exactly right. Which then makes them anxious, which often drives them to look down again and engage with a phone screen for another hour.I’m not giving you a cure for dizziness or an instant fix for DP/DR, but I might suggest that spending large portions of your days staring down at handheld devices is not helping you with these things, and could be making them worse than they have to be.So … LOOK UP. Give it a try. Think about your screen habits and how you can cut down on screen time. Start looking at the world again. It might feel weird when you first do that, but give it a chance. Let your eyes look into the distance and learn to focus and track again. Give your body a chance to be upright again and learn to move like it used to.Look up. Because in the end, that’s where life, and therefore recovery, is anyway. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit theanxiousmorning.substack.com
Kellie is a woman on a mission to invite us to look to the skies to heal the earth. She rightly argues that whilst we follow a form of astrology that doesn't even match what the stars and planets are doing in the sky, then we have no chance of being connected to our natural environment. As an earth scientist, Kellie is inspiring us all to wake up, look up and get real about our personal, spiritual responsibility to save our planet. Biography Kellie is both a Scientist and Astrologer on a mission. A mission to reunite humanity with our ecological and cosmological selves, igniting awe and imagination and creating our new vision for Earth, together! Humans have been gazing at the planets and Stars for thousands, if not millions of years. Just as the moon pulls on our body's waters and the sun dictates our circadian rhythm, the movement of the planets are reflective of both the cycles on Earth and the changes within each of us. Kellie has previously worked as a contaminated land practitioner for over 20 years at the same time she was learning and practicing Astrology. Kellie has also trained as an Intuitive Intelligence Trainer and Yoga Teacher. Kellie uses 13 Sign Sidereal Astrology which is observational astrology and matches what we can see in the sky. Kellie believes we need to observe our environment, including the planets and stars, to come back into connection with it. Modern mainstream western astrology does not correlate to what can be seen in the sky. In this episode we discuss: how astrology and environmental science have always been side by side in her life why sidereal astrology is the astrology for our times the problem with tropical "pop" astrology - it doesn't usually match where the planets are in the sky! the removal of a zodiac to remove women from spiritual authority Episode Resources Social: Instagram |YouTube Website: https://www.kellieguenther.com
Bob Lanter, Executive Director of CWA, is joined by guests Jessica Janniere, a national adversity expert and founder of Look Up and Beyond Inc, and Jocelyn Ford, Senior Scientist Product Development and Innovation at COTY, as they have a conversation about their experiences participating in the Look Up and Beyond Leadership Experience, Move Your Mountains curriculum, and how important this work is not only to our professional growth but to our personal and spiritual growth as well. Also, how amazing it is to work with Jessica and the purpose behind the phenomenal work that she does!
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In Episode One of the University of Bath's Research with Impact podcast, Roland Pease discusses the route to net zero with three of the University's world-leading experts, whose research focuses on aspects of the climate crisis. Professor Lorraine Whitmarsh – from the Department of Psychology – is Director of the Centre for Climate Change and Social Transformations (CAST), member of the Climate Crisis Advisory Group and was an expert lead for Climate Assembly UK. She also recently advised for Netflix's climate change parody ‘Don't Look Up'. Professor Marcelle McManus – part of the Department of Mechanical Engineering – specialises in life cycle assessment, sustainable systems, renewable technologies and bioenergy. Marcelle is a Research Director of the Industrial Decarbonisation Research and Innovation Centre and is also one of the Directors of the Centre for Sustainable and Circular Technologies. Professor Ania Zalewska - one of the School of Management's foremost academics - is an expert in financial regulation and reform, in particular the pensions industry; green finance and the financial challenges around climate change; and market and investment risk. Ania has a large following on LinkedIn, where she engages with academics and industry experts. For more information on our guests and the University of Bath's Research with Impact Podcast please visit go.bath.ac.uk/research-with-impact or follow @uniofbath.
Pinkys up! In today's coffee chat I share my personal story of how I manifested my dream career that is Lightworkers Lounge. I had a leg up! While I definitely started from the bottom, I share who, what, and how they helped me achieve my dreams. I also talk about the people, couples, families, who inspire me on Instagram... and to my complete surprise, none of them are spiritual. Tune in! Support the show by giving us a good rating on whatever platform you're listening on. And, by sharing to your socials! Thanks guys. *Want to book a Birth Chart reading with Stephanie? www.lightworkers-lounge.com Intro song: The Light - Sol Rising. *Check him out on Instagram, @solrising Feels -- Kiiara Outro song: The Light - Sol Rising *All Songs Featured in Lightworkers Lounge can be found on our Spotify Playlist!
This week we are ending our series "Whistle While You Wait." We hope and pray that this series has strengthened your relationship with Christ and that God has used this series in your life. Know that God is with you no matter what you might be waiting for or holding onto. He was with you in the bad and he is with you in the good. Just as he was with Joseph when his brothers sold him into slavery and the same when he gained a position of power.
En décembre dernier, un film est sorti sur Netflix et il a fait couler beaucoup d'encre. Ce film s'appelle « Don't look up ». Il a pour objectif de nous interpeller sur notre aveuglement collectif à continuer d'agir comme si de rien n'était face à une catastrophe annoncée. On y voit les jeux d'acteurs et les jeux de pouvoir qui se mettent aussi en oeuvre pour faire en sorte de ne rien changer, surtout ne rien changer pour que le pouvoir et les privilèges gagnés de haute lutte ne soient pas perdus. Si le sujet du jour ne concerne pas l'arrivée d'un météorite lancé sur la planète terre, si le sujet du jour ne concerne pas le réchauffement climatique et les actions qu'il nous faut tous mener dès maintenant, et à vitesse grand V ; Le sujet du jour concerne un problème qui m'est cher et que tu as probablement déjà remarqué : il n'y a pas assez de femmes dans les métiers scientifiques et dans la Tech. Et ce n'est pas juste une question d'être à l'équilibre en matière de parité. Non, il n'y a vraiment pas assez de femmes qui osent se lancer dans ces milieux. Ca peut paraître fou et ca l'est ! La tech est ultra majoritairement un métier tenu par les hommes. Et le cercle vicieux fait que plus on pense que ce sont des métiers de mecs et plus les femmes tournent le dos de ces filières. Se dirige-t-on vers une disparition totale des femmes dans le monde scientifique ? Depuis la réforme du bac qui a eu lieu en France en 2019 et qui a rendu les mathématiques facultatives en classe de première, seules 36 % des filles suivent une filière scientifique (mathématiques et physique-chimie). C'est un chiffre en nette baisse puisqu'elles étaient encore 47% avant la réforme. Autre chiffres impressionnants, elles ne sont aujourd'hui que 15% à s'engager dans des études informatiques et si l'on regarde nos grandes écoles d'ingénieurs, les femmes représentent moins de 20% des élèves de Polytechnique, Centrale ou Les Mines. Comment expliquer une telle inégalité de genre dans les sciences ? Pourquoi les femmes ont-elles déserté certains secteurs où elles étaient très présentes, comme l'informatique dans les années 1970 ? Ce manque de diversité dans ces métiers au cœur des transformations que nous sommes en train de vivre avec le numérique augure-t-il d'une catastrophe à venir ? Pour bien comprendre comment on en est arrivé là, quelles perspectives pour changer vraiment le curseur, et ce que ça permettrait si on y arrivait , l'invitée de cet épisode du podcast est Angélique Gérard, présidente de Sistemic dont le projet porte le nom de code « just look up ». Si ça te dit d'écouter toutes les rencontres du matin sur les plateformes de podcasts traditionnelles, c'est ici https://smartlink.ausha.co/ledigitalpourtous
En este episodio sostuvimos una conversación a distancia con @aishayac sobre su rocoso camino hacia la maternidad. Entre miedos, sorpresas, retos y mucho aprendizaje, Aisha nos comparte una historia difícil de contar sobre cómo sus hijos Enzo y Eva llegaron a este mundo antes de tiempo y cómo afectó la vida de todos a su alrededor incluyendo su salud mental.Definitivamente Aisha tiene razones para mirar hacia arriba y hacia abajo al mismo tiempo, cada día de su vida.¿Quieres saber por qué? ¡Quédate y escucha!
Jesus commanded his disciples to take his message to Jerusalem, Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth. We've arrived in our Acts message series at the moment when phase three of this mission launches. Join us when we see exactly how it happens. Plus, learn three key things the church at Antioch got right that make it a church to look up to today.
Episode 309."Stranger Things"Actor: Rob Morgan.You can currently find Rob Morgan portraying Hawkins Police Chief, Calvin Powell in "Stranger Things."Rob's filmography includes "Don't Look Up", "Greyhound", "Just Mercy", "The Unforgivable" and so much more. Rob is one of the most talented actors on the planet. I am very grateful he was kind enough to sit with me an talk acting, movies and the second half of "Stranger Things" and how is character Turk Barrett seems to be a punching bag in so many Marvel shows including "The Punisher", "Daredevil" and so many more.Welcome, Rob Morgan.Instagram: Monday Morning Critic Podcast.Facebook: Monday Morning Critic Podcast.Twitter:@mdmcriticEmail: Mondaymorningcritic@gmail.comYouTube: Monday Morning Critic Podcastwww.mmcpodcast.com
This episode is full! SUPER CODY IS MAYBE NOT SO SUPER. THUNDER ROSA IS ACCUSED OF SANDBAGGING, MICHELLE MCCOOL HAD BEEN STOPPING BAGS AND MVP CHECKS JERICHO! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/down-4-the-count/message
Hello to you listening in Milan, Italy!Coming to you from Whidbey Island, Washington this is Stories from Women Who Walk with 60 Seconds for Thoughts on Thursday and your host, Diane Wyzga.Here on Whidbey cleaning house gutters is a regular event. From up here on the roof of my house the whole neighborhood looks different. This bird's-eye view reveals what I can't see with my feet on the ground below.Up on the roof is a good way to escape from the everyday and pretend, much as you might have as a child climbing trees, finding a secret space, creating a fantasy world between you and the sky. I know I'm up here to clean the gutters but it's also where I get an insight into a difficult situation, an answer that's been eluding me, or even the Ah Ha! of a new idea.Practical Tip: You don't have to climb up on the roof to become inspired. Maybe there is a balcony, a hill, a tree you can perch in; or, close your eyes and imagine you are in a safe space between the ground and the sky inviting the perfect answer to your doubts. When we look up and out we see differently. This shift in perspective rewards our view with answers. Guaranteed! You're invited: “Come for the stories - stay for the magic!” Speaking of magic, I hope you'll subscribe, share a nice shout out on your social media or podcast channel of choice, and join us next time! Remember to stop by the website, check out the Services, arrange a Discovery Call, and Opt In to stay current with Diane and Quarter Moon Story Arts and on Linked In. Stories From Women Who Walk Production TeamPodcaster: Diane F Wyzga & Quarter Moon Story ArtsMusic: Mer's Waltz from Crossing the Waters by Steve Schuch & Night Heron MusicAll content and image © 2019 to Present: for credit & attribution Quarter Moon Story Arts
Today! Trevor is joined by an old friend, Chris Kent, to discuss the Oscar nominated Netflix film, Don't Look Up. They cover topics such as the performances, how would they spend the last six months of their lives with an impending comet looming, and thoughts on naked Meryl Streep getting attacked by an alien bird. New episodes of Let's Be Reel drop every Wednesday!Hosted by: Trevor GeorgeInstagram: letsbereel_podcastHost's Instagram: trevgeorgeTikTok: letsbereel_podcast
I must say - I thoroughly enjoyed today's movie. I thought it made fun of how the world in this country is today, but also made me think - yeah there's a good chance that's how the world really would react. What made this movie more fun is that part of it was filmed in Massachusetts at the beach I take my dog to in the Fall and Winter. I went down there when I knew they were filming, and although it was after the fact there were still some remnants of the production. There were these huge tents that I assume they used for the cast and crew, and then there some things I saw that made it on camera. I this scene, where people are watching a rocket launch....Well that was all digitally added - but the countdown clock screen was very real... And with all the reports and news vans there - you get a glimpse of one on camera. That was one of three prop news vans I saw there that day. Cast wise it looks like it was mostly extras - but maybe some of the actors who spoke were actually there, but it looked like a lot of work went into something that was only on screen for a couple minutes. Makes you realize just how much goes into movies. And again this movie - I really liked....#JustLookUp
Read and look up. Part One:“Read and look up” is a technique for improving your foreign language speaking and reading. It is easy to do. Here is how.1) First, choose a text. It's okay if the text contains a few new vocabulary words, but not so many that you can't understand the overall meaning.2) If possible, print the text so you can mark on it.3) Divide the longer sentences into parts. Here is a sample sentence without divisions.—— It was a lovely day so I decided to take my dog for a walk in the park. ——Here is the same sentence divided into logical phrases. (I've labeled the parts a, b, c, and d.(a) It was a lovely day / (b) so I decided / (c) to take my dog / (d) for a walk in the park.Now read part (a) SILENTLY to yourself. Then look away from the page (or cover it) and say “It was a lovely day”. If you forget one of the words, look at it again, read it silently again, and then look up and say the phrase out loud. Repeat this with phrases b, c, and d. If the text is easy for you, it should sound like this:Once you can recite each part easily, do it again with fewer divisions. SILENTLY read a, for example, then b+c, and then part d. Remember, when you speak out loud, you are NOT looking at the text. You are reciting or repeating the text from memory.It was a lovely day / so I decided to take my dog / for a walk in the park. And finally, read the whole sentence silently, take a breath (!) and see if you can recite the whole sentence without looking at it. If not, practice it again in parts and then try the whole sentence one more time. It should sound like this: This technique can not only improve your speaking, it can also help you memorize phrases, sentences, or even entire paragraphs. Also it is okay to try dividing the sentence in different places. Choose divisions that sound good and work as small parts of the sentence.Part Two:Here's some text from a biology book you can use to practice the Read and look up technique. If you are a beginner, start by practicing with just a few sentences. If you are a more advanced speaker, work with as much of the text as you like. Listen to me read it first, and look up the definitions of any words that are unfamiliar. Take your time. Don't rush. This is not a race—it's practicing your pronunciation, comprehension, and fluency. After you have practiced for a while, listen to me again. And remember—do NOT read the text aloud. Read silently, look up or cover the text, and then say the phrase or sentence aloud.Intro to Cells:“Close your eyes and picture a brick wall. What is the wall's basic building block? It is a single brick. Like a brick wall, cells are the building blocks that make up your body.Your body has many kinds of cells, each specialized for a specific purpose. Just as we use a variety of materials to build a home, the human body is constructed from many cell types. For example, epithelial cells protect the body's surface and cover the organs and body cavities within. Bone cells help to support and protect the body. Immune system cells fight invading bacteria. Additionally, blood and blood cells carry nutrients and oxygen throughout the body while removing carbon dioxide. Each of these cell types plays a vital role during the body's growth, development, and day-to-day maintenance. In spite of their enormous variety, however, cells from all organisms—even ones as diverse as bacteria, onion, and human—share certain fundamental characteristics.”The above biology text is from this source:Authors: Samantha Fowler, Rebecca Roush, James WisePublisher/website: OpenStaxBook title: Concepts of BiologyPublication date: Apr 25, 2013Location: Houston, TexasIntro & Outro Music: La Pompe Du Trompe by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com
EcoJustice Radio Executive Producer Jack Eidt shares speeches and discussions from multiple street actions on national and international climate, environmental, and social justice issues. The main action we feature is in solidarity with the Indigenous Peoples fighting the Coastal GasLink Pipeline now under construction on the West Coast of Canada. The Royal Bank of Canada is financially supporting a 416 mile gas pipeline through Indigenous Wet'suwet'en territory in British Columbia. They are also the parent company of City National Bank, 25% of whose business is connected to Hollywood celebrities and productions. Leonardo DiCaprio and Mark Ruffalo are now taking action among many others, creating the No More Dirty Banks [https://www.nomoredirtybanks.com/] campaign in support of the Wet'suwet'en First Nation in British Columbia, as well as signing a letter to City National Bank and their parent company Royal Bank of Canada demanding that the banks cut financial ties with and stop funding the Coastal Gas Link Pipeline. We present a speech from Climate Scientist Peter Kalmus [https://peterkalmus.net/] on building the movement for a stable climate. We also share testimony from movie writer & director Adam McKay of the recent film Don't Look Up [https://www.imdb.com/title/tt11286314/] and his calls for the Hollywood film and music industry to divest from City National Bank and their parent company, the Royal Bank of Canada, who are funding the Coastal GasLink pipeline. We hear from Indigenous and Environmental Rights activist Lydia Ponce, a Mayo-Quechua Indigenous leader and social justice activist, member of AIM (American Indian Movement), and organizer with Society of Native Nations and SoCal 350. Other Speakers: Jay Ponti - environmental/social justice organizer. George Funmaker - Red Earth Defense Keya Chaudhuri - Extinction Rebellion Youth LA and national coordinator of Extinction Rebellion Youth US. Stephanie Mushrush - American Indian Counseling Center Sim Bilal - Youth Climate Strike Los Angeles Josiah Edwards - Sunrise Movement LA We also feature excerpts of the documentary Your Voice, Our Future from the Office of the Wet'suwet'en [https://vimeo.com/user7141394] on the similar struggle in 2011 against a different pipeline, the Northern Gateway Tar Sands Pipeline by Enbridge, which was rejected by all the first Nations and eventually by the government of Canada. Speakers include: Klaseet - Violet Gellenbeck Chief Madeek - Jeff Brown Virginia deWit Chief Na'moks - John Ridsdale - The Wet'suwet'en Hereditary Chiefs have maintained their use and occupancy of their lands and hereditary governance system for thousands of years. Wet'suwet'en Hereditary Chiefs are the Title Holders and maintain authority and jurisdiction to make decisions on the unceded Wet'suwet'en lands. Chief Na'moks, along with his fellow Hereditary Chiefs, have been standing up for their Yintah - their land, and for Wet'suwet'en sovereignty, his entire life.” Karen Nyce - Haisla Dzi Ggot - Ron Austin Lloyd Spencer Morris Jr David deWit Dolores Alfred music Martin Naziel Caryssa Nikal Wila'at - Susie Alfred Chief Samooh - Herb Naziel Chief Gisdaywa - Dr. Alfred Joseph Mike Ridsdale To hear all speakers listed, listen here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/67706478 More Info: https://www.rollingstone.com/politics/political-commentary/coastal-gaslink-pipeline-divest-fossil-fuels-climate-1343046/ Host and Executive Producer: Jack Eidt Intro and Producer: Jessica Aldridge Engineer and Original Music: Blake Quake Beats Created by: Mark and JP Morris Episode 137 Photo credit: Jack Eidt
Greg Olear talks to filmmaker Adam McKay, writer/director of THE BIG SHORT, VICE, and DON'T LOOK UP, and executive producer of SUCCESSION and WINNING TIME, about the state of the Democratic party, why populist movements can be good, how Biden's doing, the difference between satire and comedy, IDIOCRACY, his career including his latest films and shows, the Lakers then and now, the sad travails of being a Knicks fan, and the all-time greatest acting performance by a pro athlete. Plus: a new parlor game for the GOP. Follow Adam McKay: https://twitter.com/GhostPanther Trailer for WINNING TIME: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WqbWwKx1nBU Watch The Five 8, Fridays at 5pm Pacific, 8pm Eastern. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0BRnRwe7yDZXIaF-QZfvhA Subscribe to the PREVAIL newsletter: https://gregolear.substack.com/about Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
When you hear the phrase look up and serve others how does it make you feel? Maybe you have a desire to look up and serve others but you are unsure where to start. Or maybe you have been serving others for so long and with such an intensity that you are burnt out. Or maybe you are lonely and you don't feel like there are many people in your life that you could or that would appreciate you looking up and serving them. Or maybe you are wondering what in the world we are talking about when say look up and serve others. We have felt all of those emotions and feelings over the years. But Good news! If you are feeling any of those things, this episode is just for you. Whether you have a desire but don't know where to start, feel burnt out and tired of serving others, or lonely and questioning who you would even serve if you wanted to, we believe that by the end of this episode you will be encouraged, empowered, and inspired to lookup and serve others. If you want a Free resource to help you become rooted in the things that matter you can download our Make It Happen Worksheet here: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/6283afa3815f31e0f852195c
The planets are aligning this month, and the CBC's Vanessa Vander Valk speaks with Saint John amateur astronomer Chris Curwin about what you can see in the early morning sky.
The Psalms have been a source of comfort, encouragement, faith, and strength for multitudes of saints down through the years. This Bible message from Psalms 141 is sent forth to help you to, as the title says: Lift Up Look Up.More Lift Up Look Up! A Bible message from Psalms 141
Hello and welcome to The Rob Burgess Show. I am, of course, your host, Rob Burgess. On this our 216th episode our returning guests are Ash Burgess and Jonathan Fowler. You first heard Ash Burgess and Jonathan Fowler together in Ep. 82, recorded in 2017. You first heard Ash Burgess on Ep. 16, Ep. 26, Ep. 27, Ep. 39, Ep. 58, Ep. 63, Ep. 77, Ep. 86, Ep. 91, Ep. 100, Ep. 124, Ep. 130, Ep. 136, Ep. 142, Ep. 143, Ep. 148, Ep. 151, Ep. 154, Ep. 165, Ep. 176, Ep. 184, Ep. 191, Ep. 196, Ep. 198, Ep. 203, Ep. 209 , Ep. 214 and Ep. 82, which also featured regular guest Jonathan Fowler of the podcast. Ash Burgess has a dusty degree in Religious Studies and an appetite for both high and low culture. She strives to celebrate the best of every season with her young children. Follow her on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/ashburgess/ and subscribe to her YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl2Bis7mhGmekVi0ZioJFOg?app=desktop You first heard Jonathan Fowler on Ep. 2, Ep. 10, Ep. 20, Ep. 21, Ep. 29, Ep. 30, Ep. 31, Ep. 32, Ep. 34, Ep. 35, Ep. 43, Ep. 48, Ep. 51, Ep. 56, Ep. 64, Ep. 74, Ep. 83, Ep. 92, Ep. 102, Ep. 103, Ep. 104, Ep. 105, Ep. 106, Ep. 107, Ep. 108, Ep. 109, Ep. 111, Ep. 114, Ep. 115, Ep. 116, Ep. 119, Ep. 126, Ep. 127, Ep. 133, Ep. 137, Ep. 140, Ep. 146, Ep. 147, Ep. 149. Ep. 153, Ep. 156, Ep. 158, Ep. 160, Ep. 162, Ep. 164, Ep. 167, Ep. 168, Ep. 169, Ep. 172, Ep. 173, Ep. 174, Ep. 179, Ep. 180, Ep. 181, Ep. 185 and Ep. 82, also featuring fellow regular guest Ash Burgess of the podcast. Jonathan Fowler graduated with a BA in history from Indiana University in 2006. He is an unabashed left-wing political junkie. He has lived and worked in South Korea for over 10 years, trying to help the citizens of that great nation, hopefully, "talk pretty one day." A quick programming note: This Ep. contains anywhere from passing mentions of to complete spoilers for the following books, TV shows and movies, in order of appearance: “Yellowjackets” (TV) “Lost” (TV) “Severence” (TV) “The Wilds” (TV) “Dexter: New Blood” (TV) “Red Rocket” (movie) “The Florida Project” (movie) “Tangerine” (movie) “The Office” (TV) “The Jungle Book” (movie) “The Little Mermaid” (movie) “Encanto” (movie) “Frozen” (movie) “Frozen II” (movie) “Moana” (movie) “Black Mirror” (TV) “The Ultimatum” (TV) “Love Is Blind” (TV) “Don't Look Up” (movie) “American Honey” (movie) “Darling Girl” (book) “Spring Breakers” (movie) “Bridgerton” (TV) “Succession” (TV) “Boss Baby” (movie) “Hamilton” (movie) “Turning Red” (movie) “The Lion King” (movie) “Cats” (movie) “Cast Away” (movie) “The Walking Dead” (TV) “365 Days” (movie) “ 365 Days: This Day” (movie) “One True Loves” (book) “Daisy Jones and the Six” (book) “The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo” (book) “Gonzo: The Life of Hunter S. Thompson” (book) “Seinfeld” (TV) “You” (TV) “Pitch Perfect” (movie) “Parasite” (movie) “Six Feet Under” (TV) “The White Lotus” (TV) Join The Rob Burgess Show mailing list! Go to tinyletter.com/therobburgessshow and type in your email address. Then, respond to the automatic message. Also please make sure to comment, follow, like, subscribe, share, rate and review everywhere the podcast is available, including iTunes, YouTube, SoundCloud, Stitcher, Google Play Music, Twitter, Internet Archive, TuneIn, RSS, and, now, Spotify. The official website for the podcast is www.therobburgessshow.com. You can find more about me by visiting my website, www.thisburgess.com.If you have something to say, record a voice memo on your smartphone and send it to email@example.com. Include “voice memo” in the subject line of the email. To call or text the show for any reason, the number is: 317-674-3547.
There is a way a voice can cut through the fascia of reality, cleaving through habit into the raw nerve of experience. Nika Roza Danilova, the singer, songwriter, and producer who since 2009 has released music as Zola Jesus, wields a voice that does that. When you hear it, it is like you are being summoned -- not to somewhere new, but to a place that's already wrapped inside you, somewhere previously obscured from conscious experience. This place has been buried because it tends to hold pain, but it's also a gift, because once it's opened, once you're inside of it, it can show you the truth. Topics Discussed In This Episode: Nika's newest album “Arkhon” Accepting the past and exploring the unknown How her life drastically changed after the release of her album “Okovi” in 2017 Her journey creating her albums: Taiga, Okovi, and Arkhon “When you're trying to make music to fit into a world that already exists. It's much less interesting.” - Nika Problems with viewing one's art within the lens of commerce and commercial viability Having confidence in one's own unique process The healing powers of meditation Having full faith and trust in the muse Transcendental Meditation Creating music in isolation The Definite Chief Aim Losing touch with one's internal dialogue Cultivating purpose Returning to nature to understand that we are part of a greater ecosystem Human hubris Being mindful of how one expends their energy Changing the world through our artistic contributions Being completely honest with oneself Subverting the algorithm Defining success and value for ourselves Exploring ideas surrounding monetary success and prosperity “If you could only have a couple of things in your life, what would they be?” - Nika Existentialism “I want to focus on my experience. Not on how other people are experiencing me.” - Nika People / Artists Mentioned: Alex DeGroot (Producer & Musician) David Lynch (Filmmaker) Andrei Tarkovsky (Director) Mitch Horowitz (Writer) Jesse Draxler (Artist) Napolean Hill (Writer) Margaret Atwood (Writer) Joan Didion (Writer) Books Mentioned: “Catching The Big Fish” by David Lynch “The Body Keeps The Score” by Bessel van der Kolk “Daydream Believer” by Mitch Horowitz “The White Album” by Joan Didion “The Year of Magical Thinking” by Joan Didion Films Mentioned: Arrival (2016) Don't Look Up (2021) artistdecoded.com zolajesus.com instagram.com/zolajesus twitter.com/zolajesus
Sermon by Tim Pitzer on June 5th, 2022 at New Covenant Church in Anderson, SC. Scripture Passage: Colossians 3:1-4 Sermon Outline: Look up to see who you are Look up to see what to do Look up to see where you're going www.ncchurch.net
A military and cultural touchstone, but how much is based on fact, or brought about by government influence? We go into the real organizations, old films, and scandals to uncover the inner workings of the Top Gun creative process. Come along and learn! Evan and Taylor's projects: videos, go watch Evan's film work sign up, Taylor's weekly newsletter Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, email us @illiteratepod, reach out on instagram Extras: trailer, Top Gun: Maverick (2022) video, training the actors for flight article, original Top Guns in California Mag (1983) interview, real-life analyst Christine Fox article, analysis of DoD control in film video, kiss scene from Wings (1929) article, the Tailhook Incident article, Production Assistance Agreement for Top Gun: Maverick Other similar episodes to check out…The Fast & the Furious, Halo, Don't Look Up, Ghostbusters, James Bond (part 1), UFO, Die Hard, Da 5 Bloods
Det dystre kan være rørende, og det mørke kan være vakkert. I hvert fall i følge Jenny Jordahl, som har tatt med seg The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask inn i Sidequest.Majora's Mask er et av de mest kontroversielle, vågale og omdiskuterte Zeldaspillene, og splitter som regel rommet. Det er vanskelig å forholde seg likegyldig til dette spillet, som har tålt tidens tann mye bedre enn mange andre i serien. Hvem hadde trodd at Nintendo skulle lage "Don't Look Up" i 1999, over 20 år før filmen?Vi dypdykker i fanteorier, tematikk, symbolikk, karakterer og musikk i et av de mest hjerteskjærende og unike spillene som er laget. Majora's Mask er rett og slett et mesterverk. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
I pulled the ripcord on my career. It was only years later that I realised what influenced me to leave a highly lucrative career that I was succeeding in. I didn't like what I saw when I looked up. What I mean by that is that I couldn't see female leaders that represented how I envisaged my life to be. In this episode, I share the personal impact of not having positive working mother role models. I explore why it's vital for organisations to support and promote them too. Let's give ourselves, and others, relatable, positive and attainable role models for when we look up. Because our daughters are looking up too. You can listen to the episode here: https://wisdomforworkingmums.co.uk/84 or via itunes, stitcher or spotify. Or you can find it on most other podcast platforms and apps. Could you do me a huge favour and share this episode with two or three working mums that pop into your head as you listen? My mission is to support as many working mums on their journey as possible, and so I'd be so grateful if you supported them by offering this free podcast. I hope it's been helpful to you, and if so, I hope you pass that on. Please consider rating and reviewing my show. Your review can help other people find my podcast so you'll be helping another working mum find this resource. Plus I also love to go in and read them. Just click here to review, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let me know what your favourite part of the podcast is. Thank you! Are you subscribed to my podcast? If you're not, I want to encourage you to get subscribed as I don't want you to miss out. I'm adding some exciting bonus episodes and if you're not subscribed there's a good chance you'll miss out. Click here to subscribe in iTunes!
In a world and culture that is trying its hardest to isolate, divide, and separate people. We want to do the exact opposite. We want to empower people to gather, to connect, to look up and serve others. Hey we are Chris and Elizabeth Sirven with the look up collective podcast and we believe that people who are rooted in what matters, look up and serve others. On this podcast have conversations around personal development, faith, parenting, and service of others. Occasionally we will have interviews with people who will offer value that will support the mission of looking up and serving others We believe through our conversations you will be encouraged and empowered to become rooted in what matters in your life. So go ahead and subscribe because we would love to be a consistent part of your week, whether it be in the gym, car, walk, or however you choose to listen as together we move forward to combat a culture of isolation and cultivate a community of those who want to look up and serve others.
In episode # 140, Dr. Reese reviews the Netflix movie, Don't Look Up staring Leonardo Dipcaprio. This movie explores the big question, what would you do if you had 6 months left? __________________________ Learn about the guest, read the transcription & find similar episodes at www.innerpeacepod.com Support Dr. Reese's Work HERE Learn More About His Work HERE --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/drreese/message
With the midterms in full swing, we take a closer look at the Democratic party's war on the Left with our very special guest David Sirota who served as Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign speechwriter in 2020. David also created the financial crisis podcast series Meltdown, and helped Adam McKay create the story for the film Don't Look Up. He is a columnist at the Guardian, editor-at-large at Jacobin Magazine, and founder and editor of the Lever. SUBSCRIBE TO THE LEVER: https://www.levernews.com Guests With Time Codes: (00:28) David Does the News: Rudy curses out New Yorkers; The world's richest are losing billions; Warren Buffett owns 26 billions dollars worth of Chevron; Australia elects a prime minister from the Labor party; Biden offends China; Why our president is really just the Funeral Director In Chief; Donald Trump's approval ratings surpass Biden's; Eric Garcetti, mayor of Los Angeles, is half a man; Title 42 is white supremacy; Why economists are frauds; The Truth about apple pie; and our country was founded by drunkards (52:35) "USA of Distraction" written and performed by Mike Steinel (58:53) David Sirota (founder and editor of "The Lever", editor-at-large at "Jacobin Magazine") David Sirota served as Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign speechwriter in 2020, he created the financial crisis podcast series Meltdown, and he helped Adam McKay create the story for the film Don't Look Up. He is a columnist at the Guardian, editor-at-large at Jacobin Magazine, and founder and editor of the Lever David talks about his latest piece for The Lever on how Democratic leaders are joining with oligarchs to try to permanently destroy the progressive movement (1:31:32) Jason Myles and Pascal Robert (co-hosts of "This is Revolution" podcast) An update on how France and America drained Haiti's economy. Also what did Karl Marx have to say about capitalism and the slave trade? (1:58:33) Howie Klein (founder and treasurer of The Blue America PAC and author of Down With Tyranny) What dirt is Congressman Madison Cawthorn going to spill on his way out? Howie Klein knows. Howie gives us a preview of tomorrow's big elections in Georgia and the runoff between Henry Cuellar and Jessica Cisneros in Texas. (2:33:03) David Cobb (environmental activist and Green Party Presidential candidate) David Cobb on the rise of fascism in the Republican party. He talks about Yale Professor Jason Stanley's book, “How Fascism Works: The Politics of Us and Them.” His latest article in The Guardian is titled “America is now in fascism's legal phase." (2:57:18) Dr. Harriet Fraad (host of "Capitalism Hits Home") Replacement theory (3:32:42) "I'm Traveling Light" written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel (3:35:23) Professor Adnan Husain ("Guerrilla History" and "The Majlis" podcasts) How Central Asia's instability is aggravated by war in Ukraine; The Khodayari assassination in Iran; and how American oligarchs are financing the end of our Democracy. (4:10:36) Peter B. Collins (Bay Area Radio Hall of Fame) Meet two reformists running for sheriff in California: Carl Tennenbaum in Sonoma County, carltforsheriff.com Sean Allen in Santa Clara County, seanallenforsheriff.com (4:46:58) Professor Mary Anne Cummings (physicist and parks commissioner Aurora, Illinois) The latest on Ukraine (5:14:19) Professor Mike Steinel (Jazz historian and Dylanologist) "Talk Is Cheap"written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel We livestream here on YouTube every Monday and Thursday starting at 5:00 PM Eastern and go until 11:00 PM. Please join us! Take us wherever you go by subscribing to this show as a podcast! Here's how: https://davidfeldmanshow.com/how-to-listen/ And Subscribe to this channel. SUPPORT INDEPENDENT MEDIA: https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=PDTFTUJCCV3EW More David @ http://www.DavidFeldmanShow.com
On EP. 119 Garret dives into 2 Peter 1 as he talks about finding our identity in God. Men, if we are being honest we know that we struggle with finding our identity as husbands, fathers and leaders. We read in 2 Peter 1:3 that God's divine power gives us EVERYTHING we need. So we have to make it a daily priority to pause and look vertically, to God. When we look vertically we begin to understand that God has given us all that we need for life and godliness. Our identity is in Him. We pray that this episode we challenge you to pause and look up! "When we look vertically we begin to understand that God has given us all that we need for life and godliness." // Garret Barbush Adventure Awaits! If you are ready to take a step onto the mountain to know God and your purpose we want to talk to you! Click the link below, fill out the form and a representative from Men of Iron will follow up with you on your next steps. Men, it's time to climb! >>> MENOFIRON.ORG/MOUNTAIN **FULL SHOW NOTES AT MENOFIRON.ORG/PODCAST** We are growing an audience and we need your help. Share this on your social media feeds, subscribe and rate/review on Apple Podcasts! At Men of Iron we equip men to know God and their purpose by providing tools and training for growth in their faith, family, friends, fitness and finances. Find more at www.menofiron.org. Looking to mentor another man or find a mentor? Check out menofiron.org/strong27