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Rolling In The Netherdeep Ep 62Return of the MoustacheWilvan is back! After playing catch-up, the Favoured Few head to the Guided District to investigate the Sentinels of Memory.Watch us live on Wednesdays 4:30 Eastern/1:30 Pacific on Twitch!Severed Sons proudly supports Tabletop News , your official stop for all things Tabletop! Thanks to Critical Role for helping us build worlds of adventure!Ron Murphy – DM, @ron88keysRBDMWilvan Grandmane – Ross Griffin, @griffRMLaphus Prismawing - Jaiden Ramirez, @foxtrotfalloutOrgoth Skullcrusher - Bill Roper, @billroperNorth Star Maedrick - Jaime R. Bishop, @steelcladvicarFollow us on Twitter at @SeveredSonsDnD or on Instagram!Join our Discord! Join our Patreon!Now, you can support us through the Buzzsprout website too!Give us a review on Apple Podcasts, Podchaser, Spotify, GoodPods or on our Twitter page and we'll read it on the air. Keep on rolling! Support the show
On this episode of The Thought Shower, Intern John recaps his parents coming in town, what he thinks the next big invention is, and how to know if you're burning out!Every week Intern John discusses adulting, dating, radio life, and more! You can follow Intern John on social media: @InternJohnRadio You can listen to past episodes at TheThoughtShower.com and you can WATCH here: WatchTheThoughtShower.com
When someone is diagnosed with a terminal illness, how do we choose to preserve the memory of that person? Radio producer Alexandra Salmon and her mother-in-law Chris Thomas of Madison, Wisconsin have always been close. When Chris was recently diagnosed with terminal cancer, Alexandra started recording some of their conversations. And on a perfect fall day, the two of them talked about Chris's lifelong connection to Wisconsin and what she hopes to leave behind.
On this episode of the "Doing What Matters" podcast, host Teresa McCloy explores the power of connecting the dots in our life stories. As we approach the end of the year and the holiday season, it's a perfect time to reflect on our experiences and gain insights into ourselves. Teresa shares her own story of a recent vacation with her family and the realization she had about how her father influenced her love for adventure and travel. She reminds listeners to stay curious about their own stories and to be open to learning more about themselves and their connections. Teresa recalls a childhood memory of her father buying a small wooden boat and taking the family on trips to the lake. This sparked her love for travel and adventure, which she had always attributed to her father's work ethic. However, during their recent trip, Teresa realized that her father's desire for adventure and new experiences was just as influential. She connects the dots between her own longing for travel and her father's influence, leading to a greater understanding of herself and her desires. Teresa emphasizes the importance of reflecting on our stories and making connections. She introduces the "my life map now" tool from oneLife Maps, which helps individuals uncover the value in their life stories and see themselves through new eyes. By staying open to learning and resolving past hurts or celebrating successes, we can continue to grow and uncover new aspects of ourselves. Teresa encourages listeners to be curious and approach holiday gatherings with a different perspective, looking for opportunities to gain new insights. For those who have never documented their story, Teresa suggests checking out oneLife Maps and their series of maps that guide individuals through the process of connecting the dots in their life story. Teresa also mentions that in the new year, The REALIFE Process will be launching a community with free resources for further exploration of personal stories. By connecting with others and engaging in conversations about our stories, we can deepen our understanding of ourselves and find support and inspiration along the way. As the holiday season unfolds, she concludes by encouraging everyone to remember that there is value in each person's story and that by connecting the dots, we can find meaning, purpose, and grace in our lives. 00:07 Welcome back to the Doing What Matters podcast. Join us in living from rest, not rush. 04:37 Memory and genetic connections shape our behavior. 08:02 Fun memories, small boat, water skiing, fishing. Retirement in Florida. 12:29 Dad's work ethic taught me to play. 14:22 Reflect on story, resolutions, past hurts, adventures. 18:23 New community launching in January, more interaction. IMPORTANT LINKS: https://www.therealifeprocess.com/ https://www.therealifeprocess.com/join Coach Certification Link https://www.therealifeprocess.com/ Become a REALIFE Process® Certified Coach! FREE Download: 4 Steps to Simplify Your Calendar Ready to uncover more time on your calendar? This FREE download will help you remove what doesn't matter, so you have space for what does. Click here to get this FREE resource! Take the FREE Intro to Needs & Values Assessment Ready to discover what uniquely matters to YOU? CLICK HERE to take our FREE Intro to the Needs & Values Assessment. Get to know the story behind the REALIFE Process® through our film, Rested Success! CLICK HERE to watch the 15-minute documentary film where you'll hear Teresa's story, how the REALIFE Process® began and developed, plus how our Certified Facilitators are using the Process in the work that they do. My book, Do What Matters, is now available! My book, Do What Matters, is available NOW! Banish busyness and discover a new way of being productive around what truly matters. Learn more at DoWhatMattersBook.com. Join the Community! Become part of the FREE REALIFE Process® Community! Connect with Teresa and other podcast listeners, plus find additional content to help you discover your best REALIFE. Check out our YouTube Channel! Prefer to watch AND listen? Check out our YouTube channel for the podcast episode on video! Make sure to subscribe so you get all the latest updates. Connect with your host, Teresa McCloy, on: Facebook - The REALIFE Process® with Teresa McCloy Instagram - teresa.mccloy LinkedIn - teresamccloy About Teresa McCloy: Teresa McCloy is the creator of the REALIFE Process® and an ACC Certified Leadership & Life Coach through the International Coaching Federation. She partners with her clients as a coach, consultant, and professional speaker to discover how to do what matters in their life and business. Teresa is the author of Do What Matters: Live from Rest, Not Rush, Using the REALIFE Process®
Wrapping Memory, is a project of the Department of Visual Communication at Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design Jerusalem, that aims to capture and commemorate the beauty of the Gaza Envelope region as it was before the tragic morning of October 7, 2023; and to support those whose lives were upended on that day. Dozens of illustrations conveying the special character of the region were created by Bezalel faculty, graduates and 4th year students, which can be viewed on a dedicated web site designed in association with Wix. A digital file of an illustration can be acquired for a donation of 100 shekels, which is transferred in full to the Shoresh Fund that supports the residents of the Gaza Envelope. The project was initiated by Amit Trainin, head of the illustration department at Bezalel, who himself grew up on a kibbutz in the south. He spoke to KAN's Naomi Segal about the project. (Illustration: A Quiet Evening, Noa Mishkin)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week's episode is sponsored by: Ready for some retail therapy with a side of laughter and community? Look no further than Erin.Lane's monthly live sales! Each sale features a fresh theme (think whimsical unicorns, sassy llamas, you name it!), and you'll be the first to snag brand spankin' new fabrics. Who knows, you might just find your new favorite bag too. Make sure to never miss a minute (or fabric) by signing up for the newsletter, and keep up with us in real time by with our Facebook community, Erin.Lane Bag Buddies. Bag buddies always get first access to new bags and fabrics, because who doesn't want to share the love of their besties? Have you ever had to frog because you forgot a step several rows back? Or lost your spot because you dropped your magnet board or lost track with your highlighter tape? Instead of wrestling with paper, use the knitCompanion app. It keeps you on track so you can knit more and frog less. knitCompanion works with ALL your patterns and is available for Apple, Android, and Kindle Fire Devices Are you feeling dis-GRUNT-eled about your stash? Are you browsing Insta-HAM looking for knitting inspiration? Is color "kind of a PIG deal" in your life? Oink Pigments offers over one hundred forty PIG-ture perfect colorways to make you SQUEAL with delight. For a limited time only, bring home the bacon with code KNITMORE and get fifteen percent off in-stock yarns and fibers at oinkpigments dot com. Shop soon, because these pigs will FLY! Seismic Yarn & Dyeworks, based just outside of San Francisco, CA, creates color for people who love bold, saturated yarn and fiber as well as for those who might be *a little* afraid of wearing color. We dye a large range of colorways from neon and black light/UV reactive colors all the way through to deep, rich semi-solid, tonal, and low contrast variegated colorways. Of course, we only use the softest and most exquisite bases! Seismic Yarn & Dyeworks - color to rock your world! UC Berkeley is starting to return remains of Muwekma ancestors. On the Needles:(0:37) - Gigi: Meadowlands 8 Chimera. Rainbow with a lot of grey shades . Finished 2nd triangle. - Jasmin is working on her Halloween stripe cardigan again, in the leftovers from her halloween heart pullover (oink pigments sock); she is into the second stripe, almost at the armholes In Stitches: - Gigi: socks , self sewn comfy nightgown, sleeping hat. Jasmin: random knitted stuff, and Vern Cardigan Genevieve: Barberry cardigan, Anna cardigan, Griffindor scarf Events:(6:41) Cognitive Fiber Retreat 2023 Knitting club Repair Cafe When knitting attacks:(25:21) Gigi: there was a small hole in the Meadowlands 8. Jasmin :searching for the right yarn Mother Knows Best:(32:39) Critical thinking- (Jasmin accidentally calls the podcast Sounds Like a Cult, which is also excellent, but the podcast she's referencing is actually A Little Bit Culty.) read as many perspectives as possible, caveat James Baldwin quote “We can disagree and still love each other unless your disagreement is rooted in my oppression and denial of my humanity and right to exist." James Baldwin Knit more, know more:(32:39) A segment about Persian culture, history, or just generally cool stuff about Persian people. Protests are ongoing. Still. Over a year. Greeting people: Salam ! Straw into Gold: (45:24) Jasmin: I only spin now. Spun on the Daedalus Falcon: Lisa Souza fine australian merino in Squashblossom (8oz) A silk/wool braid (maybe gourmet stash?) 4oz Grey Mary fleece… 6?oz Found yarn for weaving G's scarf And Sew On: (49:50) -measuring Color Guard kids
Today we will ask for well-being to replace suffering. _________________ Welcome to Daily Magic for Peace, the meditation podcast that blends inner serenity with global compassion. Debuting at #37 in the US and #11 in Australia on Apple Podcasts, this show is making waves by inviting you to pause, unwind, and channel your inner strength towards Ukraine. Proud to be one of the top 100 Spirituality podcasts on Goodpods. Daily Magic for Peace, supporting you as you support Ukraine. Magic works best with action! See this list for Creative Ways to Support Ukraine: https://ever-changing.net/ukraine We'd love to hear the creative ways you are supporting Ukraine! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. _________________ Follow Daily Magic for Peace → Show Website: https://dailymagicforpeace.com → Subscribe in Your Favorite Player: https://kite.link/daily-magic-for-peace → Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/daily-magic-for-peace/id1613640092 → Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6My8jcSF7g7IURys9nSkHi → Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5saWJzeW4uY29tLzQwNTE4NS9yc3M → YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@shamepinata → RSS Feed: https://feeds.libsyn.com/405185/rss → Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dailymagicforpeace → Rate/Review: https://ever-changing.net/rate-dmp _________________ Ways to Listen → Add Daily Magic for Peace to the end of your news playlist. → Listen first thing in the morning to start your day with hope. → Listen before sleep to relax. _________________ Daily Magic for Peace is hosted by Ritual Artist Colleen Thomas, a Certified Meditation and Mindfulness teacher who helps people make sense of life through ceremony. Learn more at https://shamepinata.com Music by Terry Hughes. _________________ Disclaimers: https://ever-changing.net/disclaimer
It's Mind-Change Monday!And today is also DEFAULT MODE MONDAY!Your brain uses the same amount of energy at rest as it does when you're actively thinking about or engaged in a task. We're going to look at the task-positive network and the default mode network today, and learn how to improve our brain's baseline behavior so we can become healthier, feel better, and be happier.Plus: an incredible email from a listener, a new book from Susie Larson, and more!Scriptures: 2 Timothy 1:6-8, Acts 17:26-28, Matthew 5:44-46Books Mentioned: Bliss Brain: The Neuroscience of Remodeling Your Brain for Resilience, Creativity, and Joy by Dawson Church, Waking Up to the Goodness of God: 40 Days Toward Healing and Wholeness by Susie Larson, Am I Just My Brain? by Sharon Dirckx, Switch On Your Brain by Caroline LeafSupport and boost your immune system with Armra! Use DRLEEWARREN code at checkout for a discount!Improve your gut health, immune system, and protect your brain with Pique!PLEASE SUBSCRIBE to the show wherever you listen!Click here to access the Hope Is the First Dose playlist of hopeful, healing songs!Be sure to check out my new book, Hope Is the First Dose!Here's a free 5-day Bible study on YouVersion/BibleApp based on my new book!Sign up for my weekly Self-Brain Surgery Newsletter here!Music by Tommy Walker(Music shared on The Dr. Lee Warren Podcast is authorized under BMI license #61063253 and ASCAP license #400010513 ) (00:10) - Mind Change Monday: Understanding Your Default Mode Network (01:58) - Self-Brain Surgery School: Transforming Minds for a Better Life (02:10) - Kathleen's Email: Embracing Happiness and God's Mercy (04:04) - Maintaining Resilience and Being a Light for Others (10:20) - Retraining Your Brain to Notice God's Goodness (12:43) - Default Mode Network: The Power of Connection and Resilience (19:41) - The Default Mode Network and Autopilot Brain Activity (23:05) - The Default Mode Network: Past, Future, and Emotion (28:59) - The Brain's Protective Mechanism and God's Love (31:19) - The Spirit God Has Given Us: Power, Love, and a Sound Mind (33:31) - Understanding Our Calling and Purpose in Life (35:45) - Capturing Thoughts and Enhancing Brain Function and Health (37:58) - Finding Hope through Memory and Movement (43:18) - Introducing "Hope is the First Dose" book
Looking to impress your friends with some mind-blowing body facts and tricks? We've got you covered! Learn 30 fascinating facts that will leave everyone in awe. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Lured from bars in Tampa Bay, Florida, Jason Galehouse and Michael Wachholtz become victims of unthinkable acts of violence, torture, and ultimately murder at the hands of Steven Lorenzo and his roommate Scott Schweikert. Joseph Scott Morgan and Dave Mack dive into the harrowing details of these crimes, examining the evidence, psychology, and horrifying realities faced by the victims. As Morgan unpacks the forensic side—from GHB to blood spatter—Mack provides a chilling narrative that contextualizes the nightmare that unfolded. This episode is not just an exploration into the depths of human depravity, but also a tribute to the lives and stories of Jason Galehouse, Michael Waccholtz, Albert Perkins, and other unnamed victims of Loenzo and Schweikert. Subscribe to Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan : Apple Podcasts Spotify iHeart Time codes: 00:00:20 — Joseph Scott Morgan reveals a childhood fascination with a magnifying glass. This simple tale explains his eventual career in forensics. 01:40 — Steven Lorenzo, convicted of two murders but suspected of many more, is introduced. 00:03:20 — Dave Mack asks Joe Scott to break down the substance GHB. 00:03:40 — A chilling overview of Lorenzo's methods is described. Mack succinctly recounts how the criminal drugged and tortured his victims. 00:04:40 — Joseph Scott Morgan unveils the eerie nature of GHB, detailing its street names and effects. 00:08:19 — The online meeting between Lorenzo and Schweikert is discussed. Mack introduces how they connected over shared violent fantasies. 00:11:18 — The terrifying setting of the crimes, Lorenzo and Schweikert's home, is revealed. Joe Scott explains how the drug GHB renders victims compliant. 00:13:56 — Mack goes back to 2003 to bring us the stories of the victims, Jason Galehouse and Michael Wachholtz. 00:16:10 — A vivid picture of the crime scene emerges. Mack and Morgan explore how long blood lasts as evidence. 00:20:25 — Dave Mack retells the testimony of a survivor of Lorenzo and Schweikert's, Albert Perkins, emphasizing the cold-blooded nature of the criminals. 00:28:32 — Joseph Scott Morgan explains the crucial role of insects in forensics. 00:33:40 — Justice takes time. Dave Mack highlights the delay in Steven Lorenzo's trial and eventual sentence.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Have you heard yourself saying: I'm not good with names! Almost everyone you run into is likely to say something similar. Is it because we're bad with names and have terrible memories? Or is it a myth that we've been perpetuating? Let's find out in this slightly odd view of memory.
Antony Penrose grew up knowing little about his remarkable mother Lee Miller, who had studied with Man Ray in Paris, and become a model, a photographer, and a war correspondent. But then an unexpected find in the family attic changed everything
Chris is joined by Mike, to look at the rogues of the Chaos host. Fallen gods, demonic princes seeking to usurp power, and stranger forgotten things. Be sure to check us out on Facebook or through our brand new Discord server https://discord.gg/GGuRKAn. To stay up to date, subscribe through iTunes or Spotify! Disclaimer: Warhammer, Warhammer 40,000, Age of Sigmar, and all related trademarks and and all associated logos, illustrations, images, names, creatures, races, vehicles, locations, weapons, characters, and the distinctive likeness thereof, are either ® or TM, and/or © Games Workshop Limited, variably registered around the world. Cubicle 7 Entertainment and the Cubicle 7 Entertainment logo are trademarks of Cubicle 7 Entertainment Limited. Links For This Episode: Full Metal RPG: https://soundcloud.com/full-metal-rpg Darker Days Discord: https://discord.gg/GGuRKAn The Rookery: Rookery Publications (@RookeryP) / Twitter Realm of Fire: https://realmoffire.podbean.com/ WAIR: What Am I Rolling? Podcast (wairpodcast.com) Intro and Outro music by Nihilore, is released under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license Newly updated to Geist: the Sin-Eaters 2nd Edition, check out the adventure and Paris sourcebook Ashes of Memory:
“May December” star Natalie Portman discusses the film, the state of the industry and why she warns against child actors in Hollywood. Also on this episode, “Memory” star Peter Sarsgaard. And we share what we're thankful for on the Roundtable. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this milestone 300th episode of the Meditation Conversation, I invited frequent guest and mentor, Michael Massey, to delve into the mystics of life, the perception of time, and the dynamic of blessings. Do things seem dire in your world, as though things are falling apart? We explore the current energetics on the planet, discuss concepts of accessing old memories and their relation to Ascension, and explain the complexities of our healing journeys. Michael also predicts radical changes to our perceptions of time in the future and emphasizes the importance of focusing on our individual blessings despite the global tumultuous times. We recorded this episode on 11/11, so it carries the energy signature of that powerful time. Thank you to all of our veterans! Join in for an enlightening session about how to approach life and navigate its constant changes. 00:15 Introduction and Welcome 00:38 Introducing Special Guest: Michael Massey 01:35 Sponsor Message: Truvaga 02:53 Conversation with Michael Begins 03:25 Discussing the Significance of 1111 04:13 Exploring Energetics and Memory Access 05:34 Reflecting on Personal Growth and Healing 08:20 Understanding State Dependent Memory 09:30 Experiencing Enhanced Memory Access 17:04 Discussing the Perception of Time 18:18 Predictions for the Future 31:29 Understanding Life's Blessings 37:34 Closing Remarks and Congratulations Michael Massey is a modern mystic and shaman (which simply means, one who knows). I have worked directly with Michael over the years to open up more of my multidimensional DNA and gain more intellectual insight into the energetic nature of reality. Resources: Truvaga helps you say goodbye to stress and hello to inner peace by stimulating your vagus nerve. It only takes 2 minutes morning and night to reclaim your peace of mind! Use code MCPOD for $15 off your order! Check out previous "hundredth" episode celebrations! 100. One Hundredth Episode Celebration! 200. Milestone Celebration: FAQs with Michael Massey
Are YOU ready to EXPLODE your income? My 3 guests today offer insight and true tips to help you from ZERO to HERO! Motivational Speaker Les Brown jumps on to inspire us with his power, purpose and passion. David Miller gives a unique business op to 10x our income by NOT selling products and finally Alan Mong shows us how to build our brain and increase our memory! visit www.ForbesFactorLive.com
Podcast Show Notes The Holiday Decor Podcast - Family Memory Christmas Tree Tinsel Time audio provided by: Cale Nelson WEBSITE WITH FREE TRAINING & MORE: https://www.holidaydecorhome.com/ LIKE, FOLLOW, SUBSCRIBE & SHARE! - Facebook Page @HolidayDecorSchool https://www.facebook.com/holidaydecorschool - Instagram @HolidayDecorSchool https://www.instagram.com/holidaydecorschool/ - YouTube @HolidayDecorTrainingInstit2464 https://www.youtube.com/@holidaydecortraininginstit2464/ Podcast music: https://app.soundstripe.com/
"For the screamng is loud and long and frightening --- and laced wth maniacal laughter that sends snakes skittering into the underbrush --- night-birds sailing off into an angry sky --- and, at last, the screaming stops!" The end of the Bernie Wrightson run is reached with Issue #10 of Swamp Thing. Paul Hermann of The Comic Binge comes on to discuss this wrapup featuring a battle of monsters and the ghosts of slavery. Reader: Nat Almirall of Where the Long Tail Ends Original Music: Jim Laczkowski of Now Playing Network Logo: Nat Almirall of Where the Long Tail Ends Dedicated to the Memory of John Bierly
Sudan Tapes Archive is a DIY project started by Haneen Sidhamed where she digitizes and makes Sudanese music cassette tapes available to stream online. This project is important amid ongoing war in Sudan, the closure of recording and publishing companies, and the physical burning and destruction of cassette tapes. KEXP's Julianna Covarrubias speaks with Sidhamed about the project. https://www.sudantapesarchive.com/ Support the show: https://www.kexp.org/sound/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
HOUR 3 A rejuvenated Jahlani Tavai joins, says bye week gives them a fresh start The News With Courtney: Travel woes and drive thru rage Discussing gender roles around Thanksgiving
In this sit down, The guys talk with Joe Ingle. Joe lost his son Jackson Royce Ingle to suicide at the age of 16. He speaks on grief, his journey from then till now. He also speaks on his calling to help others get through tuff times like this. Also, Joe is open to speaking with to anyone else out there that hears this story his email is email@example.com www.asquaredpodcast.com @cornbread1016 x @Iamdjaron x @asquaredpodcast Sponsored by www.wolfsmanebeardcare.com Promo code A2P --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/asquaredpodcast/support
Jim Kwik, the world renowned brain coach, discusses his tips & tricks for improving your focus, gaining motivation, increasing intelligence, optimizing your learning methods, and more. Why NOBODY is born a genius—and how anybody can become one How limiting beliefs are holding you back in more ways than you think—and exactly how to change that The biggest myths about our brains What exactly your brain animal is & how to use it to your advantage The importance of play for brain health & how exactly to bring more play into your life How to raise your kids to maximize their intelligence Why reading, meditation, and learning new skills feel so hard (and how to make them feel way easier) The secret formula for finding WAY more motivation Simple tricks for improving your focus & memory A genius new approach to solving even the hardest problems How to optimize your calendar to be more productive A morning routine for optimum brain health and so much more! For more from Jim, you can find him on instagram @jimkwik and his website www.jimkwik.com. You can take the quiz to learn your brain animal type at kwikbrain.com and find Limitless Expanded Edition: Upgrade Your Brain, Learn Anything Faster, and Unlock Your Exceptional Life at major retailers. To join The Liz Moody Podcast Club Facebook group, go to https://www.facebook.com/groups/thelizmoodypodcast. Ready to uplevel every part of your life? Order my new book 100 Ways to Change Your Life: The Science of Leveling Up Health, Happiness, Relationships & Success now! This episode is sponsored by: ZocDoc: go to ZocDoc.com/LizMoody and download the Zocdoc app for FREE and book a top-rated doctor today. AG1: visit drinkag1.com/lizmoody and get your FREE year supply of Vitamin D and 5 free travel packs today. Osmia Skincare: get 20% off your first order at osmiaskincare.com with code LIZMOODY. The Liz Moody Podcast cover art by Zack. The Liz Moody Podcast music by Alex Ruimy. Formerly the Healthier Together Podcast.
Laura Zelle is Director of Holocaust Education at the Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota and the Dakotas, (JCRC) where she has been on staff since 2005. Laura oversees the daily operations of the program, writing grants and delivering curriculum, educator workshops, speakers, and film showings. She has been responsible for the vision and creation of numerous educational resources. Laura's creativity and dedication to anti-bias education is apparent in her latest national project. After forming a separate non-profit in 2012 called “Tolerance in Motion”, Laura raised funds, recruited board members and envisioned the narrative path for a traveling exhibition that would eventually be accepted by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (“SITES”). Four years later, in 2016, Laura pitched the idea to the Smithsonian and soon became the project director for the “The Bias Inside Us.” The four-year tour, developed with multiple national advisory councils, Smithsonian colleagues, and content experts from Harvard University is a community engagement effort that raises awareness about the social science and psychology of implicit bias, the impact of this bias and what people can do about it. Along with a small group of co-curators, Laura shaped the vision for the project and worked on a national level securing funding, resources, international artwork, creating the design and media components including an interactive video, designed the website and recruited educational partners across the country. Laura's commitment to Holocaust education is evident in the work she has done at the JCRC to ensure that Minnesota local Holocaust survivor community's stories and lessons are preserved. Starting with her own mother, Mary, she is executive producer of the award winning documentary about her family story of survival from Athens, Greece. She produced a total of five documentaries, co-edited a book, and is published in an anthology called “White Teachers Diverse Classrooms.” She is also co-curator of the photographic exhibition “Transfer of Memory” which tells the stories of Minnesota Holocaust survivors. Tens of thousands of people have seen the exhibit and over two million media impressions have been generated. All of this and much more reflects Laura's vision of teaching the Holocaust. Laura began her career as a St. Paul public school teacher where she taught for 15 years. In this episode we discuss: The definition of anti-semitism. A brief history lesson on Israel and the geopolitical lens. Recognizing and understanding problematic rhetoric. What ideology are you supporting? The moral confusion around the world. How important it is to educate yourself. Helpful links and resources: JCRC: https://minndakjcrc.org/what-we-do/holocaust-education-remembrance/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/jcrcminndak/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/jcrcminndak/ Understanding and addressing the October 2023 Israel-Hamas War Recognizing Problematic Rhetoric The Bias Inside Us Exhibition Making Sense with Sam Harris Podcast Book Recommendation by Noa Tishby - Israel: The Most Misunderstood Country on Earth The Free Press --------------------------------------------------------- Thanks to our amazing Sponsor, ENERGYbits. ENERGYbits are a fast and easy for you and your family to get the nutrients you need. Effortless to take and organically grown, these “bits of food” are the most nutrient-dense, antioxidant-rich, high-protein food in the world. Just swallow or chew a few tablets each morning or whenever you are tired/hungry to improve your mitochondria, energy, gut health and focus or reduce hunger, cravings or the need for caffeine. 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This week, Paul hosts Jim Kwik on the show- world leading expert in speed-reading, memory improvement, brain performance, and accelerated learning. Jim shares his story from suffering a traumatic brain injury as a child, to now being a top performer and teacher in his field and best-selling author. Jim shares how YOU can become limitless, optimize your memorization and keep your brain healthy to perform better, make more money, and succeed on your own terms. *Produced by Mountain Valley Media 00:00:00 Podcast begins 00:03:20 Jim's TBI story 00:18:25 How to become limitless 00:32:05 Optimizing your memorization 00:43:30 How to keep your brain healthy Connect with Jim: https://kwikbrain.com/animal-quiz https://kwikbrain.com/limitless-expanded
In this two-part series on the Healing Power of Music, Dr. Roger Landry and Danielle Palli interview Jeff McSpadden of Composure and Maestro David Dworkin of Conductorcise. They discuss the budding research on music for stress reduction, memory, sleep, social connection and overall wellbeing, with some surprising new information on what helps us fall and stay asleep, what helps us heal, and how listening to, playing and moving to music can have a profound and positive influence on our lives.JEFF McSPADDEN: Jeff McSpadden is co-founder and CEO at Composure, an evidence-based, digital audio company that delivers original soundscapes for senior living communities to improve sleep and drive healthy outcomes for older adults living with dementia. As an entrepreneur, technologist and life-long musician and composer, Jeff has dedicated himself to the pursuit of sound as a vital ingredient to human thriving. Prior to launching Composure, Jeff's 15-year career as a composer includes writing and producing original music for film, television, and advertising with clients such as MGM, NBC, CBS, PBS, HBO, and AMC as well as brands ranging from Mercedes-Benz, Verizon, Progressive, Toshiba, and Ford. Jeff's career in music began in his hometown of Dallas, TX as a teenager playing trumpet in a range of idioms from jazz, to classical, to pop, and world music. He moved to New York City where he attended The New School for Social Research where he graduated with a Bachelor's in the Performing Arts. Jeff continues to live in NYC where he and his wife are raising their two teenage sons. https://www.composure.care/MAESTRO DAVID DWORKIN: Maestro David Dworkin has led orchestras across America and abroad and has performed around the world. Maestro David Dworkin is a graduate of The Juilliard School and Columbia University Teachers College. He began his career as a clarinetist, and much of his career has been devoted to working with young people. Later he combined his lifelong passion for conducting, performing, educating, and physical fitness and launched the award-winning Conductorcise. https://dworkincompany.com/site/artist/conductorcise/
Capgras is a misidentification syndrome in which the sufferer believes that loved ones are replaced by imposters. It has been described as a “delusion of emotion” because that emotion of “knowing” is absent. In a sense they have lost their ability to see the soul. Join Dave and Greg as they discuss the symptoms, causes,and treatments of this rare, incredibly sad phenomena. Support the showFollow The Unconventional Therapist's Guide to Nothing on social media:Instagram: @unconventionaltherapistsguidetonothingTwitter: @UTGN_PodcastIntro and Outro music by 13th Ward Social ClubFollow on Instagram at @13thwardsocialclub and visit https://www.13thwardsocialclub.com/
PREVIEW OF TODAY'S PARROT TALK. FOR THE FULL EPISODE SUBSCRIBE ON ITUNES. Since Hamas sucker punched Israel, Americans have not given much thought about the war in Ukraine. Sure there is the occasional out cry from Conservatives when more financial aid is sent, but that is mostly to round out the news cycle. Mick Wallace, a member of the EU Parliament, said Ukraine should have ignored the advice of western leaders like Biden and Boris Johnson. He said Zelenskyy should have accepted the Russian deal because Western Countries have failed to cripple the Russian economy, and their aid has failed to stop the Russian advance. Mike Parrott has not forgotten about the conflict, and he takes a brief look at how things are going in the country where democracy died. Mike also better defines his stance on the new Argentina President and he exposes Media Matters and their slanderous report on Elon Musk. Is it too late for Zelenskyy to follow Wallace's advice and what will Elon do about Media Matters? The answers are here on this episode of Parrott Talk.
In this episode Garth and guest host Jane Halonen (University of West Florida) interview Dan Schacter from Harvard University in Cambridge, MA. Born in Brooklyn, NY, Dan's undergraduate education occurred at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where his passion for golf continued and he studied psychology. (Later stops in his career would include the University of Toronto, the University of Arizona, and Harvard University.) The adventures in his life are numerous, including working with Alan Alda on the Scientific American Frontiers series, writing a successful book about memory while a graduate student, working in William James Hall at Harvard, and living in the same home that William James lived in for a time; serving as department chair at Harvard for 10 years, and so, so much more.
ADHD makes it harder to convert intentions into actions. Ari Tuckman, Psy.D., MBA, outlines a more useful way of thinking about executive functions that involves tweaking your environment, choosing the right tools, and other ways to externalize EFs. Free Resources on Executive Functions and ADHD: Download: Is It Executive Function Disorder? Read: 7 Deficits Tied to ADHD Read: ADHD Minds Are Trapped in Now (& Other Time Management Truths) Access the video and slides for this episode here: https://www.additudemag.com/webinar/executive-function-strategies-time-memory-adhd/ Thank you for listening to ADDitude's ADHD Experts podcast. Please consider subscribing to the magazine (additu.de/subscribe) to support our mission of providing ADHD education and support.
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Read by Terry CasburnIn 'Beaches,' David St. John takes listeners on a meditative walk through a forest providing rich, atmospheric imagery of the beech trees and their environment. Throughout the journey, he contemplates the nature of peace, nostalgia, loss, and gratitude. The forest becomes symbolic, serving as the Sanctuary of Ghosts, just as the rhythm of walking becomes a rhythm of transcendence.
Subscribe to get access to the full episode, the episode reading list, and all premium episodes! www.patreon.com/OrdinaryUnhappinessIn the second – overstuffed – installment of our two-part Thanksgiving Special, we discuss the social demand to perform “thankfulness”; the parable of primal murder and subsequent myth-making at the heart of Freud's first foray into armchair anthropology, Totem and Taboo (1913); Christianity, civic religion and the “totems” and sacrifices of ritual meals as obligatory touchstones for enforcing social cohesion; the history of the Thanksgiving holiday as a project of ideological integration and national-mythmaking; the history behind the supposed “first Thanskgiving”; the psychic tolls of repression at the level of the individual, the family, and the nation; settler colonialism as a term of political and libidinal economy; primal scenes and screen memories; indigenous activism, counter-memories, and the National Day of Mourning; compulsory identification, difficult recognitions, disidentifications, and the creation of new possibilities.Works referenced available on Patreon. Have you noticed that Freud is back? Got questions about psychoanalysis? Or maybe you've traversed the fantasy and lived to tell the tale? Leave us a voicemail! 484 775-0107 A podcast about psychoanalysis, politics, pop culture, and the ways we suffer now. New episodes on Saturdays. Follow us on social media: Linktree: https://linktr.ee/OrdinaryUnhappiness Twitter: @UnhappinessPod Instagram: @OrdinaryUnhappiness Patreon: patreon.com/OrdinaryUnhappiness Theme song: Formal Chicken - Gnossienne No. 1 https://open.spotify.com/album/2MIIYnbyLqriV3vrpUTxxO Provided by Fruits Music
Kevin Sun is a Chinese-American saxophonist and composer. His music has been called “...intense, harmonically virtuosic and compositionally complex" (DownBeat Magazine), and he has released five albums to date—most recently a double album entitled The Depths of Memory in October 2023. Sun has also released album four with the bands Mute, Earprint, and Great On Paper, and he appears on recordings led by Jacob Garchik, Dana Saul, Xiongguan Zhang, and Elijah Shiffer. In addition to performing in the U.S., Sun has performed extensively in China and previously served as the Artistic Director of the Blue Note China Jazz Orchestra from 2018 until 2020, leading performances of the BNCJO at the Blue Note Beijing with guest artists such as Rudresh Mahanthappa, Kris Davis, and Ingrid Jensen. He performs every Tuesday at Lowlands Bar in Brooklyn, where he has been in residence since September 2021 with support from Keyed Up!, a program of the nonprofit organization Jazz Generation. If you enjoyed this episode please make sure to subscribe, follow, rate, and/or review this podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, ect. Connect with us on all social media platforms and at www.improvexchange.com
YouTube - https://youtu.be/WPT7rbMN8nY Criminal Defence Lawyers Joseph Neuberger and Michael Bury sit down and discuss the aftermath of their trials and the emerging and alarming changes to our legal system. A behind the scenes inside look into real courtroom drama. Website: http://www.NotOnRecordpodcast.com Sign up to our email list - http://eepurl.com/hw3g99 Social Media Links Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/NotonRecord Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/notonrecordpodcast/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@notonrecordpodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/notonrecord Telegram: https://t.me/NotOnRecord Minds: http://www.minds.com/notonrecord Audio Platforms Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4F2ssnX7ktfGH8OzH4QsuX Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/not-on-record-podcast/id1565405753 SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/notonrecord Stitcher: www.stitcher.com/podcast/notonrecord Google Play: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zb3VuZGNsb3VkLmNvbS91c2Vycy9zb3VuZGNsb3VkOnVzZXJzOjk3 Video Platforms Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/NoUC84ZKaCd6/ Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/c-842207 For more information on criminal law issues go to Neuberger & Partners LLP http://www.nrlawyers.com. Produced by Benjamin Dichter & Max Silverberg
In the decades since the fall of the Berlin Wall, Berlin has re-emerged as a global city in large part thanks to its reputation as a literary city – a place where artists from around the world gather and can make a life. Moving Words: Literature, Memory, and Migration in Berlin (U Toronto Press, 2023) foregrounds the many contexts in which life in the city of Berlin is made literary – from old neighborhood bookshops to new reading circles, NGOs working to secure asylum for writers living in exile to specialized workshops for young migrant poets. Highlighting the differences, tensions, and contradictions of these scenes, this book reveals how literature can be both a site of domination and a resource for resisting and transforming those conditions. By attending to the everyday lives of writers, readers, booksellers, and translators, it offers a crucial new vantage point on the politics of difference in contemporary Europe, at a moment marked by historical violence, resurgent nationalism, and the fraught politics of migration. Rooted in ethnographic fieldwork, rich historical archives, and literary analysis, Moving Words examines the different claims people make on and for literature as it carries them through the city on irregular and intersecting paths. Along the way, Brandel offers a new approach to the ethnography of literature that aims to think anthropologically about crossings in time and in space, where literature provides a footing in a world constituted by a multiplicity of real possibilities. Andrew Brandel is an Associate Instructional Professor of the Social Sciences at the University of Chicago. Alize Arıcan is a Society of Fellows Postdoctoral Scholar at Boston University and an incoming Assistant Professor of Anthropology at CUNY—City College, focusing on urban renewal, futurity, care, and migration. You can find her on Twitter @alizearican. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies
In the decades since the fall of the Berlin Wall, Berlin has re-emerged as a global city in large part thanks to its reputation as a literary city – a place where artists from around the world gather and can make a life. Moving Words: Literature, Memory, and Migration in Berlin (U Toronto Press, 2023) foregrounds the many contexts in which life in the city of Berlin is made literary – from old neighborhood bookshops to new reading circles, NGOs working to secure asylum for writers living in exile to specialized workshops for young migrant poets. Highlighting the differences, tensions, and contradictions of these scenes, this book reveals how literature can be both a site of domination and a resource for resisting and transforming those conditions. By attending to the everyday lives of writers, readers, booksellers, and translators, it offers a crucial new vantage point on the politics of difference in contemporary Europe, at a moment marked by historical violence, resurgent nationalism, and the fraught politics of migration. Rooted in ethnographic fieldwork, rich historical archives, and literary analysis, Moving Words examines the different claims people make on and for literature as it carries them through the city on irregular and intersecting paths. Along the way, Brandel offers a new approach to the ethnography of literature that aims to think anthropologically about crossings in time and in space, where literature provides a footing in a world constituted by a multiplicity of real possibilities. Andrew Brandel is an Associate Instructional Professor of the Social Sciences at the University of Chicago. Alize Arıcan is a Society of Fellows Postdoctoral Scholar at Boston University and an incoming Assistant Professor of Anthropology at CUNY—City College, focusing on urban renewal, futurity, care, and migration. You can find her on Twitter @alizearican. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network