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Keep Calm And Cauliflower Cheese
A Trifle nice, Loose birds, Secret Drinker, Oat mastication, Text From Gym.

Keep Calm And Cauliflower Cheese

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 40:52


A Trifle nice, Loose birds, Secret Drinker, Oat mastication, Text From Gym.

Total Christmas Podcast
Episode 56 - Gumby's got a Scrooge Loose

Total Christmas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 45:50


Here it is, the answer to all your prayers.After the success of last episode's brand new advice column Jack-Ask, 2 people have contacted the show asking for solutions to their problems.  Once again you heroic host has stepped into the breach to save Christmas.Then it's a brand new segment 'Do You Hear What I Hear'.  Bob Baker, the show's self appointed bar tender, translates the English meaning of a Christmas word into the American English meaning.  Then Kevin Church has sent in the story of his Dad's worst Christmas present.   It's not the worst present, but the way the gift is delivered certainly ruins the surprise.Then Bob Baker is back again and I read out his Story of Shame.  He tells us about his Christmas tradition of Punking the Andersons.Ever wondered why Scrooge says that anyone going around with Merry Christmas on his lips should be boiled with his own pudding?  Is that really how you cook a Christmas pudding?  Find out in this episode's What The Dickens.This episode's version of A Christmas Carol is not really a version of A Christmas Carol.  It's an episode of Gumby in which Scrooge escapes from his book to wreak havoc.  If you want to watch it, here's a link:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9V1ZY6UV6NoI also talk briefly about another Christmas episode of Gumby, called Santa Witch, you can watch that one as well if you like:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pIuoZ8LKqdsThen, he's back again, Bob Baker tells us the sad tale of how he found out the truth about Santa.  If you want to get in touch the email address istotalchristmas@gmail.comand the website istotalchristmaspodcast.comMerry Christmas you beautiful people.

Thought of the Day
Clip: Disney Might Loose Mickey Mouse (Clean)

Thought of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 8:52


Welcome back, to another clip from Doc's Thought of the Day. Today Doc discusses the fact that Disney might loose Copyright for Mickey Mouse's original design from Republican backlash.Website - https://www.thatsonpoint.infoFollow Us On;Bitchute-https://www.bitchute.com/channel/8SXcz1rqDyu7/YouTube-https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRNHroldv9kuaatarS7uclAMinds-https://www.minds.com/thatsonpoint/ToP Clips: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn_fZ4JhHN05YLijsdmkYSQ/Paler:https://parler.com/profile/DocComeauSupport Us On;Subscribe Star-https://www.subscribestar.com/that-s-on-pointPatreon-https://www.patreon.com/ThatsOnPoint?fan_landing=tru

Thought of the Day
Clip: Disney Might Loose Mickey Mouse (Explicit)

Thought of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 8:52


Welcome back, to another clip from Doc's Thought of the Day. Today Doc discusses the fact that Disney might loose Copyright for Mickey Mouse's original design from Republican backlash.Website - https://www.thatsonpoint.infoFollow Us On;Bitchute-https://www.bitchute.com/channel/8SXcz1rqDyu7/YouTube-https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRNHroldv9kuaatarS7uclAMinds-https://www.minds.com/thatsonpoint/ToP Clips: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn_fZ4JhHN05YLijsdmkYSQ/Paler:https://parler.com/profile/DocComeauSupport Us On;Subscribe Star-https://www.subscribestar.com/that-s-on-pointPatreon-https://www.patreon.com/ThatsOnPoint?fan_landing=tru

The Opperman Report'
Jason Bermas : Loose Change

The Opperman Report'

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 61:24


Jason Bermas is a producer and writer, known for Fabled Enemies (2008), Invisible Empire (2010) and Shade: The Motion Picture (2013).Jason Bermas - Documentary Filmmaker & Independent Media Pioneer https://twitter.com/JasonBermashttps://rokfin.com/JasonBermasPayPal - JasonIsVoid@yahoo.comhttps://patron.podbean.com/JasonBermasContent Creator / Talking Head / Documentary Filmmaker / Activist, Watch Invisible Empire, Fabled Enemies, Loose Change, & SHADE. #BermasBrigade #BeYourOwnHeroBuyMeACoffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/addyaddsSubstack: https://www.addyadds.substack.comWebsite: https://www.addyadds.one/Telegram: https://www.t.me/oneaddyaddsRokfin: https://rokfin.com/addyaddsCashApp: https://cash.app/$AddyAddsVenmo: HTTPS://VENMO.COM/ADDYADDSPatreon: HTTPS://WWW.PATREON.COM/ADDYADDSTwitter: HTTPS://TWITTER.COM/ONEADDYADDSETHEREUM: 0x18d83c60d3b933960c5ff5Cbb9596f495eBa0d99BITCOIN: 3MNbWXUdjFf9uokVR5ysJ1SovV8FJr8Nqw

Grant and Danny
Bustin' Loose Baseball Presents: Too Much Pressure on Soto?

Grant and Danny

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 58:47


With two hitless games to start the series versus the Marlins this week, and his overall struggles with Runners in Scoring Position, Grant & Danny inquire if there's too much pressure on Juan Soto to carry the team? (3:06) Then, Former Nationals Relief Pitcher and current Pitching Coach for the Fredericksburg Nationals, Joel Hanrahan, joins Grant & Danny to discuss his transition from pitching in the Major Leagues, to coaching in the Minors, and provide insight on some of the young talent currently playing for Low-A Fredericksburg (16:28). Episode Four concludes with our Superlative of the Week (52:48). Subscribe HERE. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Lowlife Chopper Podcast
The Loose Goose w/ @White_Trash_White_Rice

Lowlife Chopper Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 88:36


This week we're joined by the homie Clay Krick (@White_Trash_White_Rice) to talk about his insane "Loose Goose" People's Champ 10 Build. This thing is super wild and the way he put it all together is an inspiration for garage builders everywhere. Grab a cold one, turn up the volume and enjoy. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lowlifechopperpodcast/support

Nick, Jess & Simon - hit106.9 Newcastle
WAKE UP NEWY / Big Night Equals Loose Morning

Nick, Jess & Simon - hit106.9 Newcastle

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 4:21


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BJ Shea Daily Experience Podcast -- Official

Beat Migs. Listeners on the loose. Danny V got a new hybrid car. Ryan Castle question of the day. 

Rocky & Lissa
Rocky & Lissa Audio: There's a Poopetrator on the Loose!

Rocky & Lissa

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 1:45


Police in Kansas are trying to track down a woman they are now calling the "poopetrator" who took a dump in the middle of a beauty store.  If you know anything about "public enemy number 2" please call the authorities!

The Angi Taylor Show
Impala Spanker Loose in the West Loop - ATS - 5-18-2022

The Angi Taylor Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 77:44


There are some creeps running loose in Abe's neighborhood.

Forth And Ten
F&10 | CP3 is Done, Loose Chicken Fingers, & Does Nate Agree with OJ?

Forth And Ten

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 87:14


VIRTUAL MAILBOX, COOKING TIPS, NBA PLAYOFFS WE LITERALLY DO IT ALL

Still Standing with Valerie Silveira
Finding Joy Again After All Hell Breaks Loose

Still Standing with Valerie Silveira

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 17:25


Joy may seem like a foreign word after all hell breaks loose. You might not think it's possible to find or that it's not even right to do so. Tune in and change your thinking so you can find joy again - even if all hell has broken loose. www.ValerieSilveira.com

I'm Getting There
#98 – The Prowl & Perspective w/ Priya Guyadeen

I'm Getting There

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 35:55


On today's episode I have comedian and producer of the 'Cougars on the Loose' comedy show, Priya Guyadeen. It was cool to get to know more about her start in comedy going from zoom to in person shows, how the Cougars show got started and what its like to have a theme show that happens at multiple venues in the area. This was a fun episode and you can follow Priya on Instagram @flawed_and_fabulous and make sure to check out www.cougarcomedycollective.com for more info on upcoming shows! Instagram/Facebook: @imgettingtherepod Twitter: @igtpod YouTube: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6Ca6CyeEAFR7eWnpufMBuqqJ6JjgoKdW Follow me on Instagram: @_michaelboothcomedy  Twitter: @_mboof   YouTube/Facebook: Michael Booth Comedy Support I'm Getting There by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/imgettingtherepod Find out more at https://imgettingtherepod.pinecast.co This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

132 Breese Podcast
Ep 191: Bucks Loose in 7

132 Breese Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 54:42


The Book Show
#1765 Stephen Harrigan “The Leopard is Loose” | The Book Show

The Book Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 27:29


The fragile, 1952 postwar tranquility of a young boy's world explodes one summer day when a leopard escapes from the Oklahoma City Zoo, throwing all the local residents into dangerous excitement, in Stephen Harrigan's story of a child's confrontation with his deepest fears. His new novel is “The Leopard is Loose.”

The Fasting Guy Podcast
283 - Day 6 Carnivore: Loose Stool!

The Fasting Guy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 16:14


On todays weight loss carnivore update I talk about loose stool, my heart rate issue and what I eat on carnivore.

BJ Shea Daily Experience Podcast -- Official

Beat Migs. Listeners on the loose. Texters want to know what one bug we would wipe off the Earth. 

Let it loose with Vonte
Death by White Woman

Let it loose with Vonte

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 35:45


In this episode, Vonte and Josh talk about Vicki White, Dave Chapelle attack, Josh's Birthday and First Professional Soccer Game, and so much more.     Listen to Let it Loose with Vonte and Josh now on the most popular podcast platforms!  RATE US in the podcast apps!  Email Us: letitloosepodcast@gmail.com   Follow Josh and Vonte on social media via the Link: https://linktr.ee/letitloosepodcast  Support Vonte's New Podcast: The Messy Bestie Podcast and Josh's Podcast: The Word --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/devonte-cannon/support

95bFM
Loose Reads w/ Jenna: May 16 2022

95bFM

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022


Today Jenna chats about about the Coco Solid's fantastic and genre-bending work How to Loiter In a Turf War and a little about this year's Ockham winners! Whakarongo mai! 

No Behaviour Podcast
“ Loose Boxers “ | No Behaviour Episode 121

No Behaviour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 92:03


“ Loose Boxers “ | No Behaviour Episode 121 by Margs & Loons

I Said God Damn! A True Crime Podcast

This week Erin tells us about the mysterious murder of Fort Bragg soldier, Enrique Roman-Martinez, in May of 2020 when he went camping with fellow troopers at Cape Lookout National Seashore.Sources:https://www.fayobserver.com/story/news/2021/11/08/decapitated-fort-bragg-paratrooper-case-remains-unsolved/6121020001/https://www.armytimes.com/news/your-army/2022/01/14/3-soldiers-charged-in-fort-bragg-cold-case-death-still-unsolved/https://www.cbsnews.com/news/fort-bragg-paratrooper-enrique-roman-martinez-decapitated-fellow-soldiers-face-courts-martial/https://taskandpurpose.com/news/army-enrique-roman-martinez-death-fort-bragg/Support the show

You Took It Too Far
Episode 76: Loose Tigers and Sad Gorillas

You Took It Too Far

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 46:55


This week, Charlie aids a helpless man and Nate's gone to the zoo. The guys ponder custard and theater etiquette.Reach out! Call/text 513-486-6327

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
Hour 3 - Doc Rivers is Playing Fast and Loose with the Truth

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 38:52


Chris and Rob take Doc Rivers to task for trying to re-write history (again), share their thoughts on the Sixers' decision to bring back Doc back for next season, discuss why Nike has decided to cut ties from Kyrie Irving, and applaud New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge for betting on himself. Plus, longtime NBA writer and podcast host Jabari Ali Davis swings by to discuss his new podcast ‘NBA Finals File with Robert Horry' on iHeartRadio and share his thoughts on all the biggest NBA Playoff headlines. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The John Batchelor Show
2/2: The Leopard Is Loose: A novel, by Stephen Harrigan. Hardcover – Deckle Edge, January 18,

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 5:00


Photo:  Maenads  490BC 2/2:  The Leopard Is Loose: A novel, by Stephen Harrigan.  Hardcover – Deckle Edge, January 18, The fragile, 1952 postwar tranquility of a young boy's world explodes one summer day when a leopard escapes from the Oklahoma City zoo, throwing all the local residents into dangerous excitement in this evocative story of a child's confrontation with his deepest fears. https://www.amazon.com/Leopard-Loose-novel-Stephen-Harrigan/dp/0525655778/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= For Grady McClarty, an ever-watchful but bewildered five-year-old boy, World War II is only a troubling, ungraspable event that occurred before he was born. But he feels its effects all around him. He and his older brother Danny are fatherless, and their mother, Bethie, is still grieving for her fighter-pilot husband. Most of all, Grady senses it in his two uncles: young combat veterans determined to step into a fatherhood role for their nephews, even as they struggle with the psychological scars they carry from the war.   When news breaks that a leopard has escaped from the Oklahoma City Zoo, the playthings and imagined fears of Grady's childhood begin to give way to real-world terrors, most imminently the dangerous jungle cat, itself. The Leopard Is Loose is a stunning encapsulation of America in the 1950s, and a moving portrait of a boy's struggle to find his place in the world.

The John Batchelor Show
1/2: The Leopard Is Loose: A novel, by Stephen Harrigan. Hardcover – Deckle Edge, January 18,

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 13:50


Photo:  The animal story book - illustration at page 016 1/2:  The Leopard Is Loose: A novel, by Stephen Harrigan.  Hardcover – Deckle Edge, January 18, The fragile, 1952 postwar tranquility of a young boy's world explodes one summer day when a leopard escapes from the Oklahoma City zoo, throwing all the local residents into dangerous excitement in this evocative story of a child's confrontation with his deepest fears. https://www.amazon.com/Leopard-Loose-novel-Stephen-Harrigan/dp/0525655778/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= For Grady McClarty, an ever-watchful but bewildered five-year-old boy, World War II is only a troubling, ungraspable event that occurred before he was born. But he feels its effects all around him. He and his older brother Danny are fatherless, and their mother, Bethie, is still grieving for her fighter-pilot husband. Most of all, Grady senses it in his two uncles: young combat veterans determined to step into a fatherhood role for their nephews, even as they struggle with the psychological scars they carry from the war. When news breaks that a leopard has escaped from the Oklahoma City Zoo, the playthings and imagined fears of Grady's childhood begin to give way to real-world terrors, most imminently the dangerous jungle cat, itself. The Leopard Is Loose is a stunning encapsulation of America in the 1950s, and a moving portrait of a boy's struggle to find his place in the world.  

Bernstein & McKnight Show
Transition: The Strus is loose

Bernstein & McKnight Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 19:05


Dan Bernstein was joined by Laurence Holmes for transition, where they had a conversation with executive producer Rick Camp about former DePaul star Max Strus' emergence for the Miami Heat, which led them to recall other players who have been great fits for their team's system in the NBA. The guys also discussed the White Sox's struggles in a 15-7 loss to the Yankees on Thursday.

Holmberg's Morning Sickness
BEST OF PODCASTS - 05-11-21 - Tiger On Loose In Houston Has Us Confronting Brady Because It's Something He Would Do

Holmberg's Morning Sickness

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 48:05


BEST OF PODCASTS - Holmberg's Morning Sickness - Friday May 13, 2022

Introvert Biz Growth Podcast
Doing Business as a Highly Sensitive Person

Introvert Biz Growth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 45:59


My guest today is William (or Bill) Allen whom I met on the HSP Entrepreneur summit that Rose Cox organized last year. And we are talking about his experience doing business as a highly sensitive person. William is a first-time author with a writer's heart and researcher's mind. After getting a degree in Psychology with an eye on doing psychology research, he recalibrated for a career in Information Technology. He found himself in a thirty-year career as an Information Technology manager at Wells Fargo who enjoyed managing highly intelligent, often difficult staff, many of whom were highly sensitive. He was awarded a prestigious Corporate Management Excellence award for his empathetic management style. In late 2016, he began his blog, The Sensitive Man, about his experiences, as a highly sensitive man. The blog became the genesis of his book, Confessions of a Sensitive Man. He feels that HSP males need to take their keen insights and intuition and make them public. He would like to shed more light on highly sensitive males and the much-needed role they need to take in our society. In this episode, you'll learn about doing business as a highly sensitive person as well as... What does it mean to be Highly Sensitive (HSP)? Can men be sensitive and still be masculine? How can we be more sensitive in business? What's our role to play in business? And much more…   William's Resources   William's Website Connect with William on: Facebook LinkedIn Sarah's Resources Watch this episode on Youtube (FREE) Sarah's One Page Marketing Plan (FREE) Sarah Suggests Newsletter (FREE) The Humane Business Manifesto (FREE) Gentle Confidence Mini-Course Marketing Like We're Human - Sarah's book The Humane Marketing Circle Authentic & Fair Pricing Mini-Course Podcast Show Notes Email Sarah at sarah@sarahsantacroce.com Thanks for listening!   After you listen, check out Humane Business Manifesto, an invitation to belong to a movement of people who do business the humane and gentle way and disrupt the current marketing paradigm. You can download it for free at this page. There's no opt-in. Just an instant download. Are you enjoying the podcast?  The Humane Marketing show is listener-supported—I'd love for you to become an active supporter of the show and join the Humane Marketing Circle. You will be invited to a private monthly Q&A call with me and fellow Humane Marketers -  a safe zone to hang out with like-minded conscious entrepreneurs and help each other build our business and grow our impact.  — I'd love for you to join us! Learn more at humane.marketing/circle Don't forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes or on Android to get notified for all my future shows and why not sign up for my weekly(ish) "Sarah Suggests Saturdays", a round-up of best practices, tools I use, books I read, podcasts, and other resources. Raise your hand and join the Humane Business Revolution. Warmly, Sarah Imperfect Transcript of the show We use and love Descript to edit our podcast and provide this free transcript of the episode. And yes, that's an affiliate link. Sarah: [00:00:00] Hi bill I'm. So looking forward to our conversation. Thank you so much for being a guest on the humane marketing podcast.  William: Thanks, Sarah. And I am so delighted to be with you and looking forward to it.  Sarah: Yeah. So we're going to go right deep into it as we do as highly sensitive people. And also as introverts, I find that we like to go deep. And so that's really also the topic of our conversation to talk about high sensitivity in business and. And what that means, and, and you identify as a highly sensitive male. So I'm really curious to hear the story about when you found out that you are a highly sensitive person and, and what that meant, like what changed when you found that out and learned more about what this trade is all about? So can you take us there and tell us. [00:01:00]  William: Sure. I, you know, I think my whole life I've known there's something different about me. I grew up in a very traditional part of the United States and we're. Male masculine role models were set in stone, so to speak and you had to follow along. And I found a lot of times it was hard for me to do that, and I knew that was something different about it, but this was way before Dr. Erin had published her book on high sensitivity. And it was probably just kind of in a sort of very formative stages with some of the other research that was going on about high sensitivity and children and so forth. But I had no navigational tools for that. And so I spent most of my life adapting myself to what. Men were expected to be like, and that was kind of going against my authentic self, but nevertheless, pressed on, because that was the pressure that I think a lot of men find [00:02:00] themselves under is trying to project this masculine side that doesn't allow for some of these other things that we term as sensitive. Probably about mid 2005 or 2006, somewhere around there. I found Dr. Aron's book. It was actually, somebody had sent me a newsletter and it was about high sensitivity and they had recommended the book highly. So I picked the book up and I read. And like, I think like most highly sensitive people, I went to the book and said, yep, that's me. That's me. That's me. That's me. That's me. And it, it resonated with me because it was the first time in any one particular place that I had seen. So many of the things, characteristics and traits that I. Enumerated and explained in one place. And so it really did make a lot of sense to me, but there is this problem. I was as a male, I was having a difficult time grasping [00:03:00] endorsing, you know, and believing that I was quote unquote, a sensitive man. And that was kind of the difficult point for me, even though I knew and acknowledged it, all these characteristics did fit me. The term sensitive was just something that kind of was like a roadblock for me mentally. And it honestly took me through about 10 years of mulling this over. Cause because it's kind of very much like a highly sensitive person anyway, is mulling this over and over in my head until probably about 2016. I started writing a blog about it. I think. This would be a good way of me putting my hand around it and doing a little research and understanding. And so I wrote a book, I mean, a blog for a couple of years and I just hit all the topics that I wanted to know about as a highly sensitive man. And by doing that. It was a way of allowing me to embrace and get answers for questions I had. And then eventually as a result of writing the blog, I wrote [00:04:00] my first book confessions of a sensitive man. And that's when I put it all together. And I think at that moment, this was a couple of years ago at that moment that I was doing that, I finally really started to say, you know what, this is who you are. There's nothing to be ashamed of. And this actually is quite a gift. And so that's when I, the sort of the loved ones, I read that my arms around being a sensitive man and saying, this is, this is who I am, and I'm not gonna apologize for it anymore. And that was a kind of a Eureka moment for me. So it was like the initial launch. You know, in the early two thousands, a ten-year period of struggling with it. I think a lot of men do have that problem. And it's, it's funny because it's not necessarily the trade it's the label that we give the trait that a lot of men struggle with and they kind of reject it. Yeah, it's  Sarah: interesting because I feel like, I guess the [00:05:00] experience is in this case, very different between. Men and women because the women, yes, there is some of that as well. Right. The criticism, or you're just so sensitive and, but it's, it's more probably seen as something positive in a woman where you're right. It's more negative in, in a, in a man. I remember reading this line that you said that your father told you, are you a man or are you a mouse? So, so it, it comes with this traditional upbringing and the idea that we think, well, men have to be strong and the opposite of, you know, sensitive. I guess the experience is very different, even though there might be struggle also with being in a female body experiencing being a highly sensitive person, but it's very different. Let let's look at, besides the term Sensitive let's look at the trade by itself. Like there's a lot of listeners on [00:06:00] this show that don't know what high sensitive, highly sensitive person what that means. Right. It just, maybe that's just a term that we, we came up with and we think, oh yeah, I'm very sensitive to certain things, but it's actually a, a personality trait. So can you tell us a little bit more about that?  William: Certainly ha highly, since highly sensitive people are high sensitivity is the scientific name for it is called sensory processing sensitivity. And that's a mouthful. Most people are used to the terminology, high sensitive, but sensory processing sensitivity is kind of the theory. And this is the thing that Dr. Aaron has been expounding for the last 30 years, sensory processing sensitivity. Is part of a larger theory called environmental sensitivity theory, and it has many different models underneath it. One of which is sensory processing sensitivity. And what environmental sensitivity [00:07:00] theory is addressing is how does the organism. React to the environment they're red. It's basically an environmental reaction to various environmental stimuli and so forth. Sensory processing, sensitivity individuals fall on a spectrum of sensitivity, right? And you think of a bell curve, right. Something we all remember from. High school math and at the very top end of this bell curve, which is really a curve about how sensitive people are within the environment they're in. Okay. The 20, 25%. And I'm now I'm hearing as high as 30% of human population has this trait of sensory processing sensitivity. Okay. That doesn't mean that the other 80% don't have it. It just means simply that those people at the Hyatt experience, environmental changes more. Pronounced. And so if it's a positive change, they react positive. It gets a negative change. They react [00:08:00] negatively. And the people that follow them, the other 80% react in a much more different way. And they've got to divide into three groups, the ones on the least and are called and they use a flower metaphor, which I think most people could understand. Dandelions are on the low end. They're very Hardy. They can adapt very well, easily and less sensitive to the environment. Tulips are in the mix. They're a little hardier than say the highly sensitive people are, but still nonetheless, they are affected by the environment as well. And then there's the orchids, which is what they call the highly sensitive people. Now with all that said, what I'm trying to say by this is that yes, there are individual characteristics that we acknowledge for highly sensitive people, but it's, it's a much broader thing. You're just overly reactive to things, or you're just too emotionally sensitive or you're too impacted by criticism or you're too frail. It's much more than that. What the outside world sees when they see those things. Is is the [00:09:00] reaction that we're having to environmental changes around us. Okay. And so it could be sensory environmental stuff. It could be emotional stuff, et cetera, et cetera. Now there's four characteristics, right? That we recognize now for highly sensitive people. And it's, you can use the acronym. Does D O E S D stands for depth, the process and highly sensitive people have this capacity. To take data information and process it at a very deep level. That means they connect dots, that push things together. Sometimes it leads to overthinking surely, but for the most part, you wind up with. Creative output if given the time and the space to do this deep processing, that high sensitive people do. That's why so many, highly creative people are highly sensitive because they have this capacity to do this. The O stands for overstimulation, which is something that happens as a result of being, getting too much data and having too much processing you have to do. Yeah. That's something [00:10:00] that a lot of people see and they, the term that comes from. You're too sensitive or you're being sensitive makes you weak, but that's not true. If you were getting the kind of data. That we were, we get typically in the high end of the sensitivity scale, it would be overwhelming for most people to, especially if you're doing all this processing with it as well. So it does get overwhelming at times. So that's a characteristic E stands for emotional reactivity. This is another thing that people tend to associate the highly sensitive people. We feel deeply, very deeply. We feel emotions at a very deep level. And that a lot of times appears to people to be overreacting. But in fact, it's simply just the way we process emotional information. The other part of the E is empathy. We're extremely empathetic people. We care about people. Lot of us are in the helping professions are doing things that help people do. That's where our heart [00:11:00] is. We're very empathetic individuals. And it's not, I don't know the exact physical mechanism that causes. There's a thing we refer to as mirror neurons that we all have, whether you're sensitive or not, that allows you to mirror back to the person you're with. In a, as a communication establishing link, right? So I don't know whether highly sensitive people have more mirror neurons or they have more finely defined in tune, mirror neurons. I don't know, but the fact is it's very important. And part of that empathetic part of us also can make us a little naive sometimes and trusting people. So it, is it be, it could be a two edge sword. The last. Is the sensory part of it. The doctor calls it, sensing the subtle in the environment. I'm not, I'm not sure that our sensory organs are more powerful or whatever, but I do think the filters that pass that information on. Are more open with us. I'd like to think of it like [00:12:00] an aperture and a camera. Ours is a little bit more open or maybe a lot more open depending on who we're comparing ourselves to, but it passes a lot of stuff to us. So the metaphor I always use, the analogy I always use is if you're walking into a party, a highly sensitive person will be that person who notices that the music may be too loud, that there's someone with perfume or cologne. And the other side of the room that it's too powerful. Or it could be something like we sense a vibe in the room because looking at body cues and things like that, we sense those things. We pick out that nuanced information and that makes us kind of valuable when you're talking about. One of the greater purposes for highly sensitive people is to serve as kind of Canary in the coal mine is to serve as a kind of an early warning system. So all four of those characteristics are the ones that are scientifically evidence-based characteristics. Now, a lot of people will talk about other things. Those are the four main ones that I like to kind of [00:13:00] stick with those, because we do know that there's evidence for them,  Sarah: So much in what you just shared. And, and it's kind of, it's funny because my, my brain is almost like overstimulated right now by listening to. These different concepts, but I think what would help also here is to give some specific examples. So I can give one, cause I, I just you know, experienced a four day workshop that I attended after not being anywhere in person, any kind of in-person events. So I, I went to this four day workshop 50 people. And I knew as an HSP, you kind of know already in advance. You're like, oh my God, this is going to be a lot. How am I going to deal with this? I hope I'm not going to get sick because of the overwhelm. So this is a very specific example where. As a highly sensitive [00:14:00] person, you need to kind of know your boundaries. You need to know when you want to be engaged. And when you want to have alone time, because you do need this extra processing time. And, and I admit that. I'm not there yet. Like, I still had very bad nights asleep because it was just so much information. Not just, I'm not just talking about the content, but just even meeting all these new people, my brain needs just do analyze everything. And that's that deep processing that then often, unfortunately, Over, you know, instead of sleeping. And, and so that's a specific example that I can think of right now. What example could you share bill? Well,  William: I think, I think that's a, that's a great example. It could be very easily generalized to just about every highly sensitive person. Although most highly sensitive people are introverts 70% [00:15:00] of. There's still a 30%. There are extroverts that you would think the extroverted high sensitive people would, would thrive in an environment where they're out meeting and greeting people and going like that. But the reality is they still have to have that downtime. So those things that you were talking about, that's always been something that I've had challenges with is getting out there, trying to do something new or try to do something that is. Not familiar for me and having to process all this kind of data, that I'm feedback data that I'm getting about, how I'm doing. A lot of that may be coming from me. It may be coming from people that I'm working with or people that I'm around. But that seems to be one area, especially with highly sensitive people that I think can be generalized to just about everybody in this category is because at some point you're right, you get out there. You're, you're trying something new. And you have to give yourself, allow [00:16:00] yourself the time to do this downtime, this assimilation process of doing things. That's one of the things with highly sensitive people too, that I think is kind of problematic. It's one, there's a lot of people out there who are highly sensitive, who don't know it, or they. I've never heard of highest since I've talked to people all the time and I, as I've talking to them, they go, you know, I think I'm highly sensitive and suddenly you see the light bulb go on. So that's part of the problem is getting people to embrace and understand the. And the other part is once you understand it, now you have an understanding, cause you've got a framework to work with is how do you deal with these times when you are overwhelmed? How do you deal with those times when you're out in the public eye or you're in a social function or whatever, what is it that you need to, how do you do that? You said something really great about boundaries too, because I highly sensitive people combos have this kind of. Loose boundary system that allows too [00:17:00] much in sometimes. And in some times, in some cases allows the wrong people in who can crossover these boundaries that we should be setting up and it causes a an so an emotional effect on us. So part of it is learning to deal with, with the, the characteristics. Cause there are challenges to them. But it's still on whole, is this great and wonderful gift. And that's part of doing that part of assimilating. That is the idea of how do I deal with those moments when I struggle, when I, you know, overstimulated or I I'm feeling too deeply and it's not the appropriate time. How do I regulate myself? So those are kinds of things that I think highly sensitive people need to learn to be able to do, because those kinds of experiences you're talking about. Half an hour all the time, especially to heart sensitive people. Sarah: I feel like the struggles. So the things where we need to learn, how to deal with [00:18:00] having that trait that's kinda what we focus on because we don't really understand how we would be if we didn't have to trade. And we don't know. How much he brings to us. So you mentioned, for example, as a positive, it's connecting the dots or, you know, sensing the room and then making adjustments to me, that is just so natural that I listen and then I go, oh, okay. Here's the answer that. I don't know how it would be if I didn't have the traits. So that doesn't necessarily come out as a positive to me. What I do see though is how society is not meant or, you know, quotation marks for HSPs. And so it always feels like, oh, I need to fight against a system. So it, yeah. Do you recognize yourself in that?  William: Absolutely. And I think part of, part of it again is [00:19:00] this is a. When I visit a lot of social media groups where they're talking about high sensitive topics. Very often, I think what's happening is a lot of people who are new to the trade are coming on line with it. And naturally you want to go someplace where you've got other people like yourself, but the focus tends to be on, I won't say necessarily the negative side, but the, certainly the challenges and the focus seems to go there as opposed to. How do you deal with it? Or how do I, how do I cope with this? And a lot of people do jump in and that is, what's great about the support side of that. But the idea ultimately is to say, okay, this is a, a wonderful gift and like most wonderful gifts. There's a price you have to pay for having it. It's just a kind of a balancing thing with it. And I think As highly sensitive people, we need to learn these little strategies, these tips and things. And none of this is complicated. I mean, it's just not as putting them all [00:20:00] together in the framework of who you are as a highly sensitive person. And when you do that, you start to realize I could do this breathing exercise. It can calm me down, or I definitely need to go. So. For 25, 30 minutes an hour or two hours, and just calm down and relax and process. Once you understand that's part of your normal wiring, that's how your brain works. It's not a, it's not a dysfunction. Then you approach it diff because you see it in a different light. Now, you know, this is how I'm constructed.  Sarah: Yeah. Yeah. So good to kind of stay with the positive side. What, how do you saying, can we be more sensitive in business and what kind of role do we get to play as highly sensitive people in this? I call it the new business paradigm, you know, kind of the post COVID to me, that is the beginning of the new business paradigm. So how [00:21:00] does that look like and what can our role be?  William: I think we have a very significant role to play, not only in business, but in, in all aspects of life, but let's focus on business because frankly, most of us spend most of our life doing some type of business, whether we're running a business, a small business, or we're part of a large corporate environment or large company or whatever. And I think highly sensitive people. Can have positive effects on both environments. It may be a little more difficult. And I keep hearing this over and over again, that for highly sensitive people, very often doing the entrepreneurial thing is, is more conducive to setting the environment that you need to have in order to be happy and thrive. But it does have its own challenges because you're it, you're the boss. You're the one who has to make everything work. And if you've got employees, you've got to make it work for them too. In the corporate environment. It's a little more challenge because it's more [00:22:00] confined. You can only do so many things and so forth, but I think. From a corporate perspective, highly sensitive people can start having an impact on how the environment is constructed because that's so important to us. Right. What kind of a seating situation there is? Is there good lighting is it is, is Is it too hot or too cold in there. And the environment are is there too much noise, too many distractions, et cetera, et cetera. And there's some things probably that we could detect and participate in trying to evolve the environment we're working in and a more empathetic way in looking at how we treat others and within the environment, especially in, within management and within areas that where you're leading people, right. On the entrepreneurial side, I think this is really where we can shine because frankly we can define a business that a is successful. And yet still adheres to, and I love the term you use the humane part of business. This part of [00:23:00] business unfortunately seems to be getting further and further away from us. And I really think what's happening. COVID being the great example is that's opened up. So out of the box here Pandora's box, if you will open up that box and we can look at what we do and how we do things, and that can help HSPs could be instrumental there as well by saying. These kinds of things are more conducive to my better work environment. It probably will be. So for other people as well, not necessarily everybody, but it will, there are certain things, kindness in business, you know, it's not always about competing is sometimes it's about cooperating. So that everyone benefits from something, these are the kind of concepts that are. To highly sensitive people because of our empathetic nature and are wanting to be good stewards, not only of our environment, whether it's work environment, whether it's our life.[00:24:00]  But that's some of the things I think that highly sensitive people can do to affect change and your good ideas and your good thinking and all those things are important, but we tend to be wallflowers when it comes to. Participating in that way, we don't feel like our ideas are good enough. We don't feel like they're going to be accepted. And this is where we need to start recognizing again, our strength and where that is in terms of what we bring to the table. That being able to observe things that other people are missing means that we may have to work a little harder to get the point across, but it doesn't make it less valid because nobody else has seen it. Mm. Sometimes we're the first ones to see it. And I think in, in, in both entrepreneurial world and corporate world, I think those things are valuable characteristics to be able to be a good creative problem solver and be very empathetic and intuitive.  Sarah: Yeah. When, when you said we, [00:25:00] we are sometimes the first ones to see the problem and others don't see it at yet. That definitely resonates with me with, you know, my journey from gentle marketing to humane marketing. And, and only now really people are like, Oh, yeah, that's exactly what we need. We need a humane marketing revolution, but 2, 3, 4 years ago, I started talking about that and nobody, I was like, hello, you know, I'm all by myself here. And, and, and it's yeah, again, I would kind of say, well, it's a gift, but it's kind of a hidden gift because I felt I really felt alone, but I agree with you that. That's, those are the Mavericks that we need to bring the change. Right. Otherwise, nothing changes if nobody sees the new things that need to be brought in. So yeah, sometimes  William: it's, it's not just seeing something new, but it's also [00:26:00] seeing something that's missing, you know, like a puzzle piece that's not there yet. And being able to recognize that that's. You know maybe a standard way of doing things at this point that needs to be because it's missing, right. That's again, that's what I love about this humane marketing and humane sales and things that you have written about is because that's the framework we need to be operating under. And if we're going to really shift the way business looks at things and how business interacts with the insurance. At the fundamental core level, it has to be more human. It has to be about protecting all of us. And I think that it starts with that kind of shall we call it sensitivity to what's going on in the business?  Sarah: Yeah. Now, bill, you kinda know the story that the transformation from gentle, the word gentle that I used before to then [00:27:00] switching to humane and, and I found it interesting, kind of the resistance I got from mainly from the male audience to the word gentle. Everybody else kinda loved the word gentle, but a lot of males. Well either they were not attracted to it at all, or if they were they're like, yeah, you know, it's not a great word. And so the minute I changed it to humane, a lot of more men are now showing up and saying, yeah, that, that is interesting to us. So what do you, what are you thoughts on, on this? How come we can be sensitive? Do you words, just like we said before, you know, highly sensitive people, P men are like, Ooh, I don't know. I don't want to be that. I think it's the same with the word gender.  William: Exactly. I don't know. I'm absolutely positive. It is. Although, you know, it's a lot of it don't have the problem being called a [00:28:00] gentle man when a gentleman, right. They don't have a problem with that, but they do have a problem with, if you were to cut the word in half and say gentle man, they might find that a little different to the tape and assimilate. Yeah. You know, when we talk about things like sensitivity and why it's so hard for, especially for men, but it's hard for a lot of people too, because if you've been labeled your whole life as being too sensitive and that's been considered to be not a good thing, Then the last thing you want to do is be called sensitive because all those memories, all that maybe unconscious material that, that was negative to you has been associated with a, a very neutral word sensitive, right. It really is more sensitive as more about. Sensory than it is about emotional reactivity or anything else. In fact, I was D D I wrote a blog article about sensitivity and what's wrong with the word general. I mean, with what's wrong with the [00:29:00] word sensitive. And I looked it up, you know, I looked up at Webster's type definition for it. Nowhere in there was. Sensory processing sensitivity, you know, it was, it was frail or weak or overly emotional, whatever, those kinds of terms. So that sort of is why so many people struggle with it. Now with men. And I even highly sensitive, man, I've had highly sensitive men telling me, well, if I'm around a bunch of highly sensitive guys, I don't mind using the term, but if I'm in a place where there is a mixed crowd, I just can't see myself using it. And so I think that's why there is a sort of gentle movement. I like that to sort of shift away from sense sensitive is a term that we refer to ourselves as, and moving it towards high sensory intelligence. This is something Dr. Tracy Cooper is working on with a few others, and the idea is to give it a much more positive sort of connotation. Then it's like, we all know. [00:30:00] That there's nothing wrong with the term word sensitive. It's just that if you throw it out in the world, it comes back with mud on it. I don't know why it just does. So as we're getting people to understand about the. And understand that it's a positive and understand that it's not a disorder. It's nothing to be ashamed of. Perhaps if we label it something, put a different candy wrapper on it, it'll be better in the long term, so that people call it at least investigate and learn about it and understand it. And I, I think that's the important thing.  Sarah: Yeah. I agree with you. It's like. Yeah. It's like starting off with the wrong foot already when you were saying, you know, because it would be helpful for us to maybe deal better with boundaries. If we can say we are this and that, you know, we are highly sensitive, but the minute you say highly sensitive people. Oh, okay. [00:31:00] Go deal with it. So having a term that is kind of neutral, I think would be more helpful and it wouldn't take so much courage to actually say it like, you know, introvert it's, it's almost. It had in the beginning, it had a little bit of a bad connotation to it, but now it's more widely accepted. So, so maybe it just highly sensitive, also needs to go through some kind of transformation in order to be more widely accepted and not with so much,  William: it was a speaker. Cause I know this is your area's marketing it's sometimes the terminology makes a difference. Right? It's. You just sometimes have you wind up with a turn, that's just, isn't going to fly it even though, you know, you don't mean one thing or the other with it. It's how is it perceived by the world? If the world says, you know, we're not going to embrace this and you're really, you're fighting a hill battle here. And I think [00:32:00] sometimes just a little pivot and a little shift, which is what I think is happening here. More people open up to it.  Sarah: It's funny that, you know, I went through this with gentle to humane and now we're having to do the same thing with highly sensitive. Yeah. It is. It is really marketing the term. Right. And, and, and I think. It will be only beneficial to all the highly sensitive people to have a term where they don't feel like they have to apologize. It's almost like you have to apologize for being that. Yeah,  William: exactly. Here's the funny thing about it though, is it it's took me 10 years to get to the point where I could accept sensitive and not be ashamed to talk about. When I was writing the book, I had to say something about what are you writing a book about? And then it's like, there's this blank to hit? My face is like, how do I describe this? So I just started. Saying, it's a book about high sensitivity and men [00:33:00] and, and you could see the look on their face. And then I would immediately go in and explain and get a foothold with them before. At some point almost everybody male and female would say, you know what? I know somebody like that, I have a cousin like that, or I have a, a brother like that, or I have a parent like that, or one of my kids. It becomes relatable that. And once you get them past that term. So I'm okay with whatever they, the direction is with, wants to change the name. That's fine. I'm okay. If it steaks sticks around for a number of years, I got used to it. Now I'm  Sarah: afraid we've done the work. Yeah. It's all about, you know, doing the work and accepting it. I think that's, that's why. Yeah. We're, we're having this conversation under the P of personal power because. Once you own it and you do the work, then, then it becomes your power. It becomes your superpower. Like at this [00:34:00] workshop I just went up to the host and I said, I'm not going to be participating in the evening workshops. It's too much for me. And she said, oh, I really applaud you for being brave to show up and say that. And so it, it felt like. Being perceived in a good way. Even though it did take me some courage to go up to her and be the only one who didn't want it, or we've  William: got a great example. That was a great example of. Setting up boundaries and standing up for yourself. That's what I think more highly sensitive people need to be okay with doing that kind of. Yeah. Sarah: And the difficult part, I think is that you need to learn to say no to the things that you want to do. It's easy to say no to the things we don't want to do, but it's harder to say no to the things that you actually would like to do. You know, I, I know I was missing out on some of the events in the evening, [00:35:00] but I need to do prioritize self care before that. So.  William: Absolutely. Yeah. And that is so key. That's so key to be able to do that. Tell  Sarah: us more about your book before we wrap up here.  William: The last, the first book confession of a sensitive man, it came out about a year or two ago was really my experiences of growing up as a highly sensitive man. Some anecdotes from my life and that kind of thing. And it was trying, I was trying to write a relatable book for men to read who could say, look, you know we may not have had exactly same experiences, but I can relate to what, what you went through. The second book, the one that just recently came out is more of a kind of a trail guy is what I like to call it. I use a lot of metaphors for trails and hiking because I like doing it. But it's kind of a trail guide. On being a sensitive man, dealing with some of the things that challenges that we deal with, whether it's workplace or whether it's relationships or whether it's environment having to sort of stand up for yourself, setting those [00:36:00] boundaries and things like that. And so ideas on brain training, how to keep, teach your mind to calm down and things you can do to make your brain more resilient. So it's kind of a tool kit of things that I had discovered throughout the course of my life. The funny thing about my life is that I had been sampled so many different things and I never understood the time why I was doing that. Just all kinds of techniques and books and theories and so forth and so on. And it turns out that it was useful in helping them construct this book. So that's, even though you're doing stuff that you don't really get half the time, sometimes it'll come and play later on in life.  Sarah: Yeah. It's that part? The connecting dots,  William: right? Exactly. That finally the dots make sense, right? Yeah. Yeah, that's true. But anyway, that's kind of what the book is about. And it's also about my hopes of where we go from here. And what's  Sarah: the title of the second one it's  William: called on being a sensitive man. And so it's about, you know, now that [00:37:00] we've established that we're sensitive men, how do we, how do we live with it? How do we deal with it and how do we go forward? We are  Sarah: so good. This has been absolutely fantastic. I could go on and on tell you all about my specific examples, but yeah, we need to wrap up. So I really, really appreciate your time here. I always have one last question and that is what are you grateful for today or this week? William: Well, I, you know what, one of the things, I guess I'm grateful for is all the wonderful people that I've met and on this journey so far, and every week, there's always somebody new that gets sort of added to the list that shared experiences is validating. Especially if you're stepping out on a limb and you're saying, you know, talking about things that are sometimes difficult to deal with. Having a network of great people. That are [00:38:00] somehow connected to you. That's that's, I'm extremely grateful for that.  Sarah: Wonderful. Yeah. Yeah. Me too. Like the podcast for this is one of the best things I've ever done for my business as an introvert and HSP to just, you know, di. Into it and go really deep. And then at night, allow myself to process and really digest information as well. I think as a consequence of, of realizing that deep processing, I, I also just slowed down the podcasting and only release an episode every two weeks. Again, it's about boundaries and really feeling into it. And. You know what it's actually too much for me. Do you kind of just, you know, like a factory split of these podcasts, I need to sit with the humans for a bit and really, yeah. Go  William: deeper. We are, you, you're a real natural, I I've enjoyed this [00:39:00] conversation. I enjoyed speaking with you. So thanks for having me, you know?  Sarah: Yeah. Thank you so much for coming on and we'll speak again. Take care.

Loose Meat
Loose Meat- I swear we will be uploading regularly every week from now on.

Loose Meat

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 75:30


We changed our format a little. We still want to hear from every band so email us. We talk a lot about pornogrind this episode.

Gone Bridge- A Red Sox Podcast
Episode 85: Loose Pocket Mint

Gone Bridge- A Red Sox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 62:00


1-4 this week... Yikes! Things seemingly could not get worse for this team. In this episode we discuss how the lockout might've actually been a better choice then watching this season, the Red Sox greatest hits, what role Garrett Whitlock is most valuable in, what we think the Red Sox could get if they traded Matt Barnes, the food at Fenway, who we think the closer should be, Charlie MacAvoy look alike's, morning games at Fenway, some questions from Matt, and a whole lot more! Don't forget to follow us on Instagram @gonebridgepodcast and Twitter @gonebridge, Enjoy! Presented by Guy Boston Sports 

Seeing Without seeing
Don't Loose Your Keys

Seeing Without seeing

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 33:33


Understanding the power of your keys allows us to embrace our primary assignment. First, please, subscribe, in your preferred app, to partake in freshly released anointed prayers and receive Spiritual insight. All honor and glory belong to the most high God for he is worthy of the praise. Acknowledging on today that God is mighty and all situations, circumstances and sicknesses. Petitioning the throne of grace on today to move on our behalf, and to raise us up higher than the cares of this world. Presenting the ones who stand in need of a touch from God or a washing in the blood of Jesus. #SaraG #Anona #Harmani #Amanda #Siobhan #SpriggsFamily #Cybil #DavidRay #Women'sConference #ShenikaC --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ravenia/message

Smiley Morning Show
What Should You Do If You Loose Your Tooth?

Smiley Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 2:16


Nikki fills you in on everything you may have missed overnight  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Voice From Heaven
Lesson of the Day 132 - I loose the world from all I thought it was with Elbert

Voice From Heaven

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 60:00


I loose the world from all I thought it was What keeps the world in chains but your beliefs? And what can save the world except your Self? Belief is powerful indeed. The thoughts you hold are mighty, and illusions are as strong in their effects as is the truth. A madman thinks the world he sees is real, and does not doubt it. Nor can he be swayed by questioning his thoughts' effects. It is but when their source is raised to question that the hope of freedom comes to him at last. Yet is salvation easily achieved, for anyone is free to change his mind, and all his thoughts change with it. Now the source of thought has shifted, for to change your mind means you have changed the source of all ideas you think or ever thought or yet will think. You free the past from what you thought before. You free the future from all ancient thoughts of seeking what you do not want to find. The present now remains the only time. Here in the present is the world set free. For as you let the past be lifted and release the future from your ancient fears, you find escape and give it to the world. You have enslaved the world with all your fears, your doubts and miseries, your pain and tears, and all your sorrows press on it, and keep the world a prisoner to your beliefs. Death strikes it everywhere because you hold the bitter thoughts of death within your mind. The world is nothing in itself. Your mind must give it meaning. And what you behold upon it are your wishes, acted out so you can look on them and think them real. Perhaps you think you did not make the world, but came unwillingly to what was made already, hardly waiting for your thoughts to give it meaning. Yet in truth you found exactly what you looked for when you came. There is no world apart from what you wish, and herein lies your ultimate release. Change but your mind on what you want to see, and all the world must change accordingly. Ideas leave not their source. This central theme is often stated in the text, and must be borne in mind if you would understand the lesson for today. It is not pride which tells you that you made the world you see, and that it changes as you change your mind. But it is pride that argues you have come into a world quite separate from yourself, impervious to what you think, and quite apart from what you chance to think it is. There is no world! This is the central thought the course attempts to teach. Not everyone is ready to accept it, and each one must go as far as he can let himself be led along the road to truth. He will return and go still farther, or perhaps step back a while and then return again. But healing is the gift of those who are prepared to learn there is no world, and can accept the lesson now. Their readiness will bring the lesson to them in some form which they can understand and recognize. Some see it suddenly on point of death, and rise to teach it. Others find it in experience that is not of this world, which shows them that the world does not exist because what they behold must be the truth, and yet it clearly contradicts the world. And some will find it in this course, and in the exercises that we do today. Today's idea is true because the world does not exist. And if it is indeed your own imagining, then you can loose it from all things you ever thought it was by merely changing all the thoughts that gave it these appearances. The sick are healed as you let go all thoughts of sickness, and the dead arise when you let thoughts of life replace all thoughts you ever held of death. A lesson earlier repeated once must now be stressed again, for it contains the firm foundation for today's idea. You are as God created you. There is no place where you can suffer, and no time that can bring change to your eternal state. How can a world of time and place exist, if you remain as God created you? What is the lesson for today except another way of saying that to know your Self is the salvation of the world? To free the world from every kind of pain is but to change your mind about yourself. There is no world apart from your ideas because ideas leave not their source, and you maintain the world within your mind in thought. Yet if you are as God created you, you cannot think apart from Him, nor make what does not share His timelessness and Love. Are these inherent in the world you see? Does it create like Him? Unless it does, it is not real, and cannot be at all. If you are real the world you see is false, for God's creation is unlike the world in every way. And as it was His Thought by which you were created, so it is your thoughts which made it and must set it free, that you may know the Thoughts you share with God. Release the world! Your real creations wait for this release to give you fatherhood, not of illusions, but as God in truth. God shares His Fatherhood with you who are His Son, for He makes no distinctions in what is Himself and what is still Himself. What He creates is not apart from Him, and nowhere does the Father end, the Son begin as something separate from Him. There is no world because it is a thought apart from God, and made to separate the Father and the Son, and break away a part of God Himself and thus destroy His Wholeness. Can a world which comes from this idea be real? Can it be anywhere? Deny illusions, but accept the truth. Deny you are a shadow briefly laid upon a dying world. Release your mind, and you will look upon a world released. Today our purpose is to free the world from all the idle thoughts we ever held about it, and about all living things we see upon it. They can not be there. No more can we. For we are in the home our Father set for us, along with them. And we who are as He created us would loose the world this day from every one of our illusions, that we may be free. Begin the fifteen-minute periods in which we practice twice today with this: I who remain as God created me would loose the world from all I thought it was. For I am real because the world is not, and I would know my own reality. Then merely rest, alert but with no strain, and let your mind in quietness be changed so that the world is freed, along with you. You need not realize that healing comes to many brothers far across the world, as well as to the ones you see nearby, as you send out these thoughts to bless the world. But you will sense your own release, although you may not fully understand as yet that you could never be released alone. Throughout the day, increase the freedom sent through your ideas to all the world, and say whenever you are tempted to deny the power of your simple change of mind: I loose the world from all I thought it was, and choose my own reality instead.- Jesus Christ in A Course in Miracles, Lesson 132

BJ Shea Daily Experience Podcast -- Official

Beat Migs. Listeners on the loose. We get a update on Bob Rivers. Ryan Castle question of the day. 

The Deep Dive with Jessica St. Clair and June Diane Raphael

Post Mother's Day hangover has hit the girls HARD but they rally to give you a wedding update that may or may not include a missing adhesive thong and a pool. Then, June reveals her allergies have been cured, Jessica has big vacation plans, and we learn if you see something, you absolutely must say something. And Deep Divers, just a friendly reminder to throw your pantyhose out and keep those thongs on. For more information on PlanC pills go to https://www.plancpills.org/Visit the Pinterest Board pinterest.com/thedeepdiveYou can follow The Deep Dive on Twitter @thedeepdivepodJune Diane Raphael @MsJuneDiane on Twitter @junediane on InstagramJessica St. Clair @Jessica_StClair on Twitter @stclairjessica on InstagramCheck out the Jane Club at www.janeclub.comSend us your The Deep Dive theme or any questions you might have to thedeepdive@earwolf.com

The World Today
Albanese called 'loose unit' after supporting wage increases

The World Today

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 25:00


The Prime Minister calls Anthony Albanese a 'loose unit' for backing a minimum wage increase in line with inflation.

Murder In The Hudson Valley
Murderers On the Loose

Murder In The Hudson Valley

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 49:42


Many convicted murderers have been released from prison. Sleep well.

Inside Running Podcast
236: Jells Park XC Relays | Sound Running Track Meet

Inside Running Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 87:24


236: Jells Park XC Relays | Sound Running Track Meet   This episode of the Inside Running Podcast is brought to you by PILLAR Performance – Australia's leading sports micronutrition brand – providing high-strength formulations to support recovery, elevate energy and relieve joint inflammation for endurance athletes.  Available online now at pillarperformance.shop   Brad recovers from Sydney 10 by taking Fashions on the Field in Wagga Wagga. Julian begins the steady process of running again. Brady rallies the Bats to their maiden Premier Division victory at Jells XC Relays. At the Sound Running Track Meet in California USA, Brett Robinson missed the 10,000m World Champs Standard running 27:51.51, two seconds behind first place finisher Zouhair Talbi of Morocco. Rose Davies hit the 10000m World Champs Standard to run 31:18.54 for third place and 4th all-time for Australia. Izzy Batt-Doyle was 7th for a time of 31:58.25. Paige Campbell 15:36 6th in the Women's B 5000m while in the Men's B 5000m featured Jack Bruce in 8th with 13:51.93, Mick Stanovsek in 10th with 13:57 while Isaac Heyne was a DNF. Nat Rule achieved the World Champs Standard and a PB of 15:06.5 to come 3rd in the race and 7th fastest all-time in Australia, two weeks after the Gifu Half Marathon. Jakob Ingebrigsten headlined Men's 5000m taking it out in 13:02.03 while Sam McEntee was 11th in 13:24. Carley Thomas ran 2:03:58 to place 5th in the Women's B 800m while Abby Caldwell ran 4:05.55 to place 6th in the Women's 1500m. Sound Running Track Meet Results https://www.instagram.com/p/CdUg2ncB8n7/    Ben Buckingham returned to racing at the Seiko Grand Prix in Tokyo, Japan with an 8:40.34 in the Steeplechase to place 9th, Georgia Griffith took out the win in the 1500m in 4:06.04. Results via World Track   XCR Season Launched with returned to Bendigo Region Jells XC Relays. Stewy McSweyn ran the fastest leg of the day in 17:30, anchoring for St Stephens Harriers. Box Hill took out the Women's Premier Division in a dominant display with South Melbourne and Glenhuntly battling for the podium. Linden Hall ran the opening leg for Athletics Essendon and ran the fastest leg of the day in 20:07. AthsVic ResultsHub Inside Athletics Report featuring fastest leg times https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mo6eFak-ks8  Lululemon once again presents Training Talk this week, with Brad taking through his recent staple session of 4-6 x 6 min reps at threshold effort, with 1 minute recovery. He goes into why he does it and how to measure your effort in each rep and how you should  expect to pull up afterwards. Moose goes on the Loose at the idea of children doing marathons and high training volumes, then the boys wrap up with details of ticket sales for the IRP Gold Coast Marathon Live Show presented by Pillar Performance to be held at the Southport RSL with patreon supporters granted early access and discount when the sale goes live. Patreon Link: https://www.patreon.com/insiderunningpodcast Opening and Closing Music is Undercover of my Skin by Benny Walker. www.bennywalkermusic.com For shoes or running apparel contact Julian at: https://www.facebook.com/therunningcompanyballarat/ Join the conversation at: https://www.facebook.com/insiderunningpodcast/ To donate and show your support for the show: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=9K9WQCZNA2KAN  

Debate This!
FLAVOR TEXT: Flashpoint

Debate This!

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 76:25


Seems like everything is time travel this or alternate universe that, right? Well, this episode is no exception because today we're diving into the 2011 DC storyline Flashpoint! Join us as we discuss the universe-changing miniseries that DC used to launch their New 52 storylines. Come explore an alternate reality where Thomas and Martha Wayne are alive, Superman never became a hero, and Reverse Flash torments Barry Allen...okay that third one isn't different, but you get the point. Special thanks to BaconBitBehemoth, who would certainly never mess with the unstoppable flow of time and usher in unfathomable changes just to get what he wants. If what YOU want is to commission your own FLAVOR TEXT, check out our Patreon page at patreon.com/debatethiscast. No need to hop on your Cosmic Treadmill to change the flow of history as we know it. Have you seen our Twitter? twitter.com/debatethiscast Have you seen our Instagram? instagram.com/debatethiscast Want to send us an email? debatethiscast@gmail.com It's been a few years but we're finally getting back to in-person events! If you're local to us here in Columbus, Ohio, come out and join us at CORGS-Con on May 14th! Tickets are just $10 and we'll be handing out pins and stickers from 10am to 5pm. Come fight us behind the proverbial swingsets in person! Get more details at corgscon.com. Do you like it when we talk about comics? Do you like it when we say comic words into your lil ears? Would you like more content that includes us saying comic words into your lil ears? If you begrudgingly answered yes to any of those questions, check out our sister show, Avenge This! (formally known as The Ploose is Loose) where ever you get your podcasts! Music for Debate This! is provided by composer Ozzed under a creative commons license. Check out more of their 8-bit bops at www.ozzed.net!

NICE WORK! How to Turn Your Passion into an Amazing Career
#96 or #97: LOOSE BUTTONS | INDIE ROCKERS 4 UKRAINE

NICE WORK! How to Turn Your Passion into an Amazing Career

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 37:41


Loose Buttons indie-rock band who would prefer Vladimir Putin fucks right off and dies talk about rock, hockey and Ukraine.

The Conservatude Podcast With Mark Kremer
Joe Biden Lets Loose More BS about Inflation...and...What's the Cost of Educating Illegal Immigrant's Kids

The Conservatude Podcast With Mark Kremer

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 34:34


Welcome to The Conservatude Podcast! This IS the home of freedom and the voice of truth. We won't kowtow to the Radical Left and we won't give up the fight! We're here to equip you to take the fight to the Woke mob! We believe America is STILL worth fighting for!! Enjoy the show!! Episode Guide: Joe Biden and the Progressives are MASTERS at waging class warfare. But taxes on the "rich, greedy corporations" is NOTHING MORE than a tax on the Middle Class!! And Finally, Let's Talk About the Cost of Educating the kids of illegal immigrants and why Plyler V. Doe is outdated and needs to be revisited. I discuss it all on today's The Conservatude Podcast with Mark Kremer.  Join me on the patriotic journey that IS the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave!!  Follow Me on Social Media: http://www.tiktoc.com/@theconservatude (TikTok) http://www.instagram.com/theconservatude (Instagram) http://www.gettr.com/user/theconservatude (Gettr) http://www.twitter.com/theconservatude (Twitter) http://www.facebook.com/theconservatude (Facebook)

Brooklyn
Johnny Depp Amber Heard Trial - Amber Takes the Stand and Lets Loose

Brooklyn

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 47:46


This episode Amber Heard begins her testimony and starts her Emmy Award campaign. Also Netflix's bubble bursts and the John Wayne Gacy Tapes.

BJ Shea Daily Experience Podcast -- Official

Beat Migs. Listeners on the loose. Caller Kaytlin once ran into a bear while fishing. Ryan Castle question of the day. 

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know
Serial Killers On The Loose: 2022, Part II

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 26:32


It sounds like something straight out of a noir film -- an unidentified killer goes on a murder spree and vanishes, taunting the cops before disappearing. Unfortunately, this phenomenon isn't limited to the world of fiction. Learn more about murderers who remain on the loose in in the second part of this two-part update on serial killers who, as of today, seem to have escaped justice. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Rock N Roll Pantheon
The Punk Tree: At the Show Part - Dr. Seuss Lives Loose

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 45:39


Back in action with tea bags, talky talk and SO MUCH LIVE MUSIC! Featured Tracks: Further Seems Forever - Rusted Machines A Wilhelm Scream - Apocalypse, Figure Eights in My Head Further Seems Forever - The Sound Knuckle Puck - Want Me Around Silverstein - Worlds Apart The Starting Line - Direction Strung Out - Modern Drugs Rise Against - Talking To Ourselves Descendents - Enjoy! Urethane - Avalanches (feat. Toby Morse) Deviates - Twice as Nice Letter Kills - Don't Believe Strung Out - Hammer Down, The Misanthropic Principle, Rebellion of the Snakes Lulls in Traffic - Rabbit in the Snare Featured Drinks: Brewery X - Citra Loves Nelson Modern Times & Ninkasi collab. - Dubspace Hit us up for some free swag! Link Tree https://linktr.ee/punktree Instagram https://www.instagram.com/punk.tree/ Twitter https://twitter.com/punk_tree Facebook https://www.facebook.com/thepunktree/ Email thepunktree@gmail.com Proud members of the Pantheon Podcasts Family! http://pantheonpodcasts.com/ Check our NEW SPONSOR! Tiesta Tea Use Promo Code: PUNKTREE15 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Missin' Curfew
98. Ice Bags & Loose Pucks - It's Playoff Time with Tim Peel

Missin' Curfew

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 114:37


FINALLY the NHL Playoffs are officially upon us! The fellas are amped up for the first round, but still have some things they need to get off their chest. They're joined today by the biggest fan of one of the hottest teams going into the playoffs, Larry Flowers, to talk about his trip to Paris and the St. Louis Blues. Then former NHL Referee and friend of the program, Tim Peel (@TimCPeel20), joins the fellas to help make sense of the playoff officiating. But first, the fellas have some topics to discuss:- Obie's Disneyland Adventure- Milk Carton- Preseason Predictions Reviewed - NHL Award Winners - NHL Playoff Officiating issues - First Round Predictions - Stanley Cup Winers - And much more! Then one of the most tenured officials in the NHL, Tim Peel, hops on to discuss the first round of NHL Playoff games, how to set the tone early in the series, the officiating concerns going into the playoffs, and much more!Show Notes & Episode Webpage: https://missincurfew.com/episodes/tim-peel-playoffs

Bernie and Sid
Hell Breaks Loose | 05-04-2022

Bernie and Sid

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 167:46


On this Wednesday edition of Bernie & Sid in the Morning, the guys take a closer look at the reactions from both Democrats and Republicans on the leaked Supreme Court decision regarding Roe vs. Wade. On top of overreactions across the board, all hell has broken loose on the streets of both Los Angeles and New York, with protesters making their voices heard and heard loudly. Looks like we're headed for a summer much like the one we saw in 2020 with the BLM riots. In other news of the day, the Kentucky Derby is coming up this Saturday, Dave Chappelle gets attacked by an audience member on stage, Stephen A. Smith feuds with Stephon Marbury and Jamie Foxx, Bernie remembers a time when President Biden was against abortion, and the Staten Island Ferry Hawks win their inaugural home opener. As always, make sure you don't miss out on Lidia Reports and the Peerless Boilers Beat Bernie Contest! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know
Serial Killers On The Loose: 2022, Part I

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 37:55


It sounds like something straight out of a noir film -- an unidentified killer goes on a murder spree and vanishes, taunting the cops before disappearing. Unfortunately, this phenomenon isn't limited to the world of fiction. Learn more about murderers who remain on the loose in the 2022 update to this continuing series. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Nikki Glaser Podcast
#211 Genetically Loose Mouth

The Nikki Glaser Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 66:17


It's the morning after the premiere of E!'s Welcome Home Nikki Glaser? Nikki loved the person she saw on the show but has been sleep losing sleep over what to do in life. Andrew was happy to have his girlfriend's support despite catching his tongue hanging out of his mouth. Nikki talks about the behind the scenes of the moment she told her boyfriend Chris she loves him. You Heard It Here First, hold hands and feel better and a picture with Taylor Swift goes far on Grindr. In Top1 Bottom1 they discuss moments of Nikki's reality TV show and share a little bit more from behind the scenes. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.