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QBP'ers! What a game! The best Cleveland Browns podcast in the world is back to break it down! Listen to hometown heroes Yusuf Ali & Jake Solomon discuss this latest Browns win against Tom Brady and the Bucs! Njoku made the catch of the year! JB held it down for 11 games! Myles got a game winning sack! Nick went over a thousand! We review the game, give out awards, Metaphor of the week and Joe Woods still has a job! Week 12 was a good one!
Lucid Dreams are described as the state where the dreamer is asleep and aware that they are dreaming. This allows the dreamer to begin to remember and direct their dreams from a spiritual position, allowing a conduit for information to appear from a higher source. Join Andrea and her returning guest, Lucas Love (a life and lucid dream coach) in a discussion about his journey of spiritual growth and ability to create and see things in his lucid dreams before he experienced them in reality. Lucid Dreaming is a powerful tool to influence your subconscious mind to magnetize what you want as well as providing you with information on future events so you can act when you are awake. Love Anarchy Websitehttps://loveanarchypodcast.buzzsprout.comLove Anarchy Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/loveanarchypodcast/
Adam creates a hypnosis session to enable a client to feel motivated and driven to pursue their dream of becoming a successful music artist and performer. Adam identifies the key fears that are impeding progress and identifies the areas of their life in which they are most resourceful. A metaphor of a long-distance race is used to highlight the challenge and to reward the very behaviors that will increase the probability of success in an incredibly challenging industry. OFFERS FREE HYPNOSIS DOWNLOADS: To thank you for being a listener to the show Adam is giving you 100% FREE hypnosis downloads worth up to £130/$150 using the coupon code FREE here: https://www.adamcox.co.uk/store/c15/FREE-Hypnosis There is a 50% Discount on all other downloads using the coupon code hypnotist here: https://www.adamcox.co.uk/downloads.html And finally, if you want to work with Adam on a one-to-one basis on hypnosis sessions, wealth coaching, or mentorship you can claim a discount of 20% using the coupon code podcast. This discount is valid till the 31st of December 2022. You can book sessions here: https://www.adamcox.co.uk/hypnotherapist.html ABOUT ADAM Adam Cox is one of the world's most innovative hypnotists and is known for being the hypnotherapist of choice for Celebrities, CEO's and even Royalty. To book a free 30-minute consultation call to consider working with Adam go to: https://go.oncehub.com/AdamCox Adam's rates for hypnotherapy in pounds and US dollars are here: https://www.adamcox.co.uk/hypnotherapist.html You can contact Adam at email@example.com Further information on Adam is here: https://linktr.ee/AdamCoxOfficial Tags: Adam Cox, the hypnotist, NLP, asmr, hypnosis, hypnotherapy, hypnotist, stress, sleep, worry, meditation, guided meditation, hypnotism, money, wealth, success, music, musician, winning,
Caroline Welcomes the return of Sarah Wolcott and Kristine Hill, gathering to brew a metaphoric feast of Gratitude, as Jupiter the Intelligence of Giving Thanks, Blessing, & Story stations, in its Piscean realm. So Thanks Giving be redemptively real now. Metaphor, myth and music, be the incarnational garb whereby Power enters the world. Jupiter stations at the “prism” degree – unifying Vision dissolving division… On yesterday's New Moon in Sagittarius – Jupiter's out going realm.The quest begins with questions…and wonder… May this serve as a priming of the pump for all our gatherings, to ladle out blessing and dedication into the memosphere…which of course requires digestive bitters…to metabolize America's Pluto return… Sara Jolena Wolcott, M.Div, is a descendent of some of Founding Fathers of the United States of America. She co-conspires with the Divine Mistress of Time to conjure better origin stories, ecological family histories, and mythologies for our interconnected beings. directs the ecospiritual learning community Sequoia Samanvaya, https://www.sequoiasamanvaya.com/ Kristine Marie Hill is a member of the Beaver Clan, Tuscarora nation, Haudenosaunee Confederacy. Like the Beavers for whom her clan is named, she is an eager agent of resourcefulness, persistence, and a willingness to topple trees for glorious architecture that benefits and fire-proofs the hood; primarily through her work as an indigenous peacemaker and restorative justice practitioner in the long tradition of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. Towards that end she founded Collective Wisdoms, and works with peacekeeping collectives such as the Ahimsa Collective and Honeycomb Justice Collective. A member of the Tuscarora nation, also known as the “People of the Hemp”, she actively supports others in working with plant medicines and is a collaborator and a mentor to many who seek to address the first harms of colonization. https://www.collectivewisdoms.org/ “It's not the load that breaks you down, it's the way you carry it. Carry it by the comfortable handles of gratitude for what's positive.” ~Lena Horn The post The Visionary Activist Show – Feast of Gratitude appeared first on KPFA.
Humans have played games since prehistoric times. Games bring us together and pit us against each other. We agree to rules, take turns, develop tolerance for frustration, and learn to win and lose. We develop skills and submit to chance. Games range from luck to skill, from a throw of the dice to acing it at tennis. Games regulate aggression: only one can win, whether on a gameboard or the court. Shadow is sanctioned within the rules, creating monikers like The Black Death of chess and Boss of the Moss of golf—and in the heat of a game, shadier traits may also be revealed. But “playing games” in relationships is universally condemned as cheating. Games introduce us to conditions of life, for we must play the hand we've been dealt. Confronted with the limitations of ego and understanding, we may discover that games are metaphors for the movement of a mysterious cosmos. Here's the dream we analyze: “I dream of this place that is dark and largely empty. The doors to the place are open. Inside there is a void, and in the void, particles. They are ominous. Dark. They exert impact on things inside this place. There is nothing inside this place except cut-outs of what look like humans. They float eerily and move through the air quickly, like ghosts. As one approaches the window through which I am looking in, the cut-out impresses as very human-like, even though it is not. It is eerily human-like. I am startled. All of a sudden, there are humans inside this place. I become aware of a lady with a shaven head. Her head reminds me of the Borg [Star Trek reference]. These particles have been affecting her and have caused her to be gone. She is alive but no longer a human--cannot be reached. Her condition cannot be undone. I am now in a room with a male human. He is not gone to the particles yet. He presents me 4 books quickly. He says they will soon be stolen. That everything in this place is stolen quickly. He says to remember the headings of books as this is the only way to keep the information, namely in one's memory. The particles in the dream are rather ominous. The place is ominous. There is such hunger in this place, a kind that cannot be sated, hence the stealing of things.” GIVE US A HAND! Please become our patron: https://www.patreon.com/ThisJungianLife RESOURCES: Learn to Analyze your own Dreams: https://thisjungianlife.com/enroll/ Enroll in our Philadelphia Jungian Seminar and start your journey to becoming an analyst: https://www.cgjungphiladelphia.org/seminar.shtml Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisJungianLife/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thisjungianlifepodcast/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thisjungianlife/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ThisJungianLife
Themes: Self Empowerment, Self Authorship, Healing, Life Wisdom, Resiliency, Metaphor, Self Awareness, Transformation, Hero's Journey, DepressionIn this solo episode, Empowered Connection Podcast host Damodar Cordua shares one of his favorite resources for moving through difficulty and finding empowerment in our lives.He also shares some of his own journey as a young person navigating depression, a broken family, and teenage angst + isolation... and the wise perspective an old friend gave him at the right moment to bring life into perspective and create resiliency for years to come.Resources:Connect with Damodar for your Free Discovery Session and start your journey of self & relational discovery & empowerment... for both individuals + couples who are ready to explore, illuminate + empower their lives & their relationshipsFind Daily Relationship Tools + Tips & Self Growth + Empowerment Practices with Damodar on Instagram - @empoweredconnection.meLooking for a special gift of all natural, organic herbal wellness remedies & skin care this holiday season? In need of natural immunity to navigate the season? Check out our beautiful, internationally adored, hand-crafted healing product line Bhava Wellness. Use EMPOWEREDCONNECTION at checkout and receive 15% off your order!
In this episode, I simply read a letter I wrote to beginner me. She was so excited to start her language journey, but she was also very lost. She had no idea what was ahead of her, but she jumped in head-first with a lot of motivation...and fear. I've made a lot of mistakes in my language learning journey, and it's hard not to look back and wish I'd done things differently. It would be too easy to focus on the past, realizing that if I knew then what I know now, everything would have been easier. Instead of going down that path of "what ifs," I decided to write this letter to myself. Honestly, it was a very healing process. Writing out my doubts, understanding where they came from, and encouraging myself to just keep going allowed me to accept and move forward from my history of mistakes. I decided to turn this letter into an episode to share with you because I think we all need to give ourselves a bit more grace...a bit more compassion. I hope this letter speaks to you in a way that reminds you of how far you've come since your beginnings. I hope it reminds you to go easy on yourself, find joy in your journey, and celebrate all your accomplishments along the way. If you struggle to let go of a challenging past, and you find yourself thinking often about where you "could be" if only you'd started earlier, studied harder, put yourself out there, or whatever, then I encourage you to write a letter to yourself. Let beginner you know how far they're going to go and how proud you are of them. Because you know you can do it, and you deserve to tell yourself so. Music in this episode is "Metaphor" by Jason Shaw on audionautix.com (https://audionautix.com/)
This week on The Book Drop it's all about food! We talk about staff potlucks, explore food as a metaphor and share our most disappointing culinary experiences for query of the week. Check out the OPL events calendar for these upcoming events:Reading Challenge Book Club | December 13, 2022, 6pm – 7pm at Millard BranchAll the books, movies, TV shows and resources we talk about in this episode can be found here.The next query of the week is...Who is your fictional crush?Answers can be shared here -- https://bit.ly/BookDropQuery
In what may be their most unhinged episode yet, Megan and Don discuss the 1988 movie Willow, where the titular Willow is the baby on the poster and also a METAPHOR. Also, Megan is distracted by everything, including the Taylor Swift Presale and BeReal -- and MegaDon gets the outcome of The Gift of the Magi completely wrong.If you're enjoying Movies With MegaDon, please subscribe, rate and review! We appreciate your support!Connect with us on all the things:Instagram: @movieswithmegadonTwitter: @movieswmegadonEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: http://movieswithmegadon.comSpotify Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2uiaMTbjcJwjij2FS2RDPP?si=BOIr88OETtyDdc2Q54-X8g
Guest Courtenay Turner is a performer, athlete, overcomer, speaker, and podcaster. Courtenay aims to inform, inspire and empower. She says, "All human beings were designed to move and the way in which we do, are our unique creative expressions.
We're talking fermentation with Sandor Ellix Katz and Julia Skinner. Julia is a food historian, writer, and author of Our Fermented Lives: A History of How Fermented Foods Have Shaped Cultures and Communities. She's also the founder of Root, Atlanta's fermentation and food history company, and her work is regularly featured in local, national, and international publications as well as in her own weekly food newsletter. She has a PhD in Library Science, cares for two wildlife habitats, and is a visual artist. Sandor Ellix Katz is a fermentation revivalist. He is the author of five books: Wild Fermentation; The Art of Fermentation; The Revolution Will Not Be Microwaved; Fermentation as Metaphor; and his latest, Fermentation Journeys. Sandor's books, along with the hundreds of fermentation workshops he has taught around the world, have helped to catalyze a broad revival of the fermentation arts. A self-taught experimentalist who lives in rural Tennessee, the New York Times calls him “one of the unlikely rock stars of the American food scene.”
Carmine Gallo is a three-time Wall Street Journal bestselling author, internationally popular keynote speaker, Harvard instructor, and leadership advisor for the world's most admired brands. A “communications guru,” according to Publishers Weekly, Gallo's books have been translated into more than 40 languages. He delivers highly customized, engaging, inspiring, and actionable multimedia keynotes based on his international bestsellers: Talk Like TED, The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs and many more.Today we talk about his newest book: The Bezos Blueprint During which we touch on the communication principles used by the big brains of Amazon. Everything in this episode is universally applicable to areas like leadership, branding, marketing and so much more.Remember you can get ahold of us, book speaking engagements and support this channel via our link: https://linktr.ee/LondonsLeadership_Podcast
Come and See: A Metaphor to Invite Others Welcome Graham fam! We are so glad you could watch Sunday morning online with us. If you would like to watch our past services, you can do so here: https://www.gcwesleyan.org/sunday-service-videos/ Like and subscribe to our new YouTube channel, Graham Chapel Youth! We are producing […]
Greg talks about the principle of proportionality and related matters. Episode 1036 Greg's new book: Inspired Imperfection Dan's new book: Confident Humility Send Questions To: Dan: @thatdankentTwitter: @reKnewOrg Facebook: ReKnew Email: email@example.com Links: Greg's book:"Crucifixion of the Warrior God" Website: ReKnew.org
What are the 10 keys to creating a differentiated experience ? What is the metaphor of goldfish that has inspired your book series? What are the key learnings from your book Pink Goldfish OR How does one defy normal, exploit imperfections and captivate customers ? How do your flaws make you awesome? How can we contribute to the happiness of customers, employees, and society ? How can Happiness be the ultimate currency in business? What is G.L.U.E. in context of differentiation via added value? How can little things add value or make it easier for customers? What could be these little things, please explain with examples Stan answers the above questions and many more as he conducts a masterclass on creating a differentiated customer experience. Stan Phelps is a Forbes Contributor, TEDx Speaker, IBM Futurist, Certified Speaking Professional, and best-selling author of the Goldfish Series. He is also an Instructor for the ANA School of Marketing and Rutgers Business School. Please visit his website https://stanphelps.com/ Connect with Stan on Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/stanphelps/ Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org Jagged with Jasravee is facilitated by Jasravee Kaur Chandra, Director- Brand Building, Research & Innovation at Master Sun, Consulting Brand of Adiva L Pvt. Ltd. Jasravee has over 20 years experience as a Strategic Brand Builder,Communications Leader and Entrepreneur. Please visit Jasravee at https://jasravee.com/ Connect with Jasravee on Linkedin at https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasravee/ Email Jasravee at email@example.com 00:00 Preview & Introduction to Stan 02:32 Goldfish as a Metaphor of Growth - Five Reasons Why Goldfish Grows - 10:25 Differentiated Experience -Referred Customer is 4X Valuable 13:25 Purple Goldfish - Finding Ways of Differentiating Experience 'Signature Extras' - Warm Chocolate Chip Cookie by Double Tree Hotel by Hilton 17:59 Sampling as a Way of Demonstrating Additional Capabilities to Current Customers -Izzy's Ice Cream Mini Scoop 21:20 How do your Flaws Make You Awesome OR FLAWSOME - Buckley's Cough Syrup 27:25 Antagonizing Some Customers- Alamo Drafthouse Cinema 30:25 Exposing Yourself - Snowbird Ski resort in Utah 34:45 Differentiation Strategies - Cow , Peacock, Zebra, Polar Bear 39:56 Being Unique & The 6 As of Uniqueness 44:19 Business 5.0 OR Putting Happiness to the Centre of Business - Southwest Airlines, GE MRI Machine Experience 55:10 3 Rs of Differentiation - Cross Selling Different Products at Different Life Stages -Westpac Bank, Australia 58:32 Talent Show - Bar Tricks 01:01:04 Rapid Fire - Personally Speaking with Stan Phelps 01:02:28 Connecting with Stan Phelps Follow Jagged with Jasravee on Social Media Campsite One Link : https://campsite.bio/jaggedwithjasravee Facebook Page : https://www.facebook.com/jaggedwithjasravee Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/jagggedwith Podcast Page : https://anchor.fm/jagged-with-jasravee Youtube Page : https://www.youtube.com/c/jaggedwithjasravee Jagged with Jasravee, is an initiative of Master Sun, the Consulting Brand of Adiva Lifestyle Pvt Ltd. Website : https://jasravee.com/
Of course there's a Hurricane Nicole headed straight for South Florida on this final day before the end of the 2022 Midterm season. It's just the perfect metaphor for the shit storm that is this election, this state, and the orange menace who lives right on the beach just north of where I'm at. Come on Nicole, let's make a direct hit on Mar a Lardo! Meanwhile, tropical storm force winds are predicted for this area tomorrow, election day. That's ok, because hopefully all of us Dems voted early; it's only the Trumpers who insist on voting on election day because .... own the libs? Who knows? I've been collecting some closing argument ads that I'll share today, and Professor Harvey J. Kaye is here to put the final touches on these elections before we insert the fork.
Tuck speaks with comedian, performer, and event producer Howie Echo-Hawk (they/them). Topics include: What do pronoun go-arounds and land acknowledgements have in common? Is it even possible to decolonize gender? Why your comedy can't come solely from suffering Using nature to explore identity beyond language Plus: Dance parties, autism superpowers, and punishment comedy This Week in Gender: The past and future of the US Trans Survey, which is available until November 21 at ustranssurvey.org. (You can read the full 2015 survey results here. The 2019 NCTE staff's open letter is here, and our segment about the Euphoria apps is in Episode 88 with Noah Adams.) Read Decolonization Is Not a Metaphor here. Find Howie on Instagram @howieechohawk, @indigenizeproductions, @_theresmore_ and @everynativeepisode. Find Every Native Episode here, and listen to Howie on the Deep End Friends podcast. ~~ Join our Patreon (patreon.com/gender) to get access to our monthly bonus podcast, weekly newsletter, and other fun perks. Browse our nonprofit merch shop at bit.ly/gendermerch. Find episode transcripts at genderpodcast.com. We're also on Twitter and Instagram @gendereveal. Submit a piece of Theymail: a small message or ad that we'll read on the show. Today's messages were from Max Burns and the Trans Advice Column. Associate Producer: Ozzy Llinas Goodman Logo: Ira M. LeighMusic: Breakmaster CylinderAdditional Music: “Selena Leica” and “Gallant Fantasie” by Blue Dot Sessions Sponsors: Queer Candle Co. (promo code: GENDER10)
Welcome to the Counterweight podcast, where we talk about how we can strive for a world in which freedom and reason are at the forefront of all human society. In this week's podcast, we speak with Spencer Case about patriotism and its malcontents. Spencer Jay Case website: https://www.spencercasephilosophy.com/ Podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/956725 Case, S. Political Conviction and Epistemic Injustice. Philosophia 49, 197–216 (2021). https://doi-org.libserv-prd.bridgew.edu/10.1007/s11406-020-00263-w Gottman Institute: https://www.gottman.com/ Fricker,M. (2007). Epistemic injustice: Power and the ethics of knowing. New York: Oxford University Press. Stephen J. Flusberg, Teenie Matlock & Paul H. Thibodeau (2018) War metaphors in public discourse, Metaphor and Symbol, 33:1, 1-18, DOI: 10.1080/10926488.2018.1407992 Read our new mission: https://counterweightsupport.com/counterweight-manifesto/ Join us on Patreon for the latest Counterweight news & content: https://www.patreon.com/Counterweight Website: https://counterweightsupport.com Follow: https://twitter.com/Counter_Weight_ https://www.facebook.com/Counterweightsupport
First broadcast on June 30, 1978. Sontag reads from "Illness as Metaphor" and discusses differences between diseases, particularly tuberculosis and cancer, regarding historic understanding and cultural representation.
Assignments for a paper on metaphor. Salty discussion of metaphors, of plagiarism, of past and future assassinations. Then (most of the class) a beginning of a discussion of Percy Bysshe Shelley's "Mont Blanc" and the contest to see what is metaphor and what is reality.
Welcome to the podcast for alpaca people! In this episode, we are celebrating 200 episodes of the podcast. Thank you for your support and encouragement. It is appreciated. I have indulged in some reminiscing from where we started and a few of my personal favourite episodes. Episode 1 - an introduction Episode 27 - Alpacas as a Metaphor for Life Episode 97 - Be more alpaca Episode 117 - Breakfast with the girls. I hope you enjoy the tasters, and I look forward to seeing you again soon. Steve Thanks for listening and I hope you enjoyed it. If you would like to be in touch, please contact me by email - firstname.lastname@example.org - or leave me a https://www.speakpipe.com/AlpacaTribe (voicemail) from your browser. Alpaca Tribe is hosted and produced by Steve Heatherington of https://goodpodcasting.works (Good Podcasting Works), which is part of https://thewaterside.co.uk (The Waterside (Swansea) Ltd)
Metaphor: Ezra Pound (and Wordsworth). Some more consideration of sonnets and their relation to metaphor and simile: Alice Oswald, Elizabeth Bishop. Waley's translation of Tao Yuan-Ming and its similarity to Shakespeare's sonnet 73.
It's Lauren's birthday! HOORAY! So we're talking about the song "Happy Birthday" from Al's self-titled debut album. Grab yourself a beverage of your choice, kick back, and celebrate with us today!Lauren has Three Philosophers from Ommegang Brewing. John has Elaborate Metaphor from Burlington Beer Company. Cheers!Beer'd Al is a rapidly aging member of the OddPods Media Network.Our promo this week is for BFYTW.
Whatever we expose ourselves to has the potential to either be beneficial or destructive for us. The beast inside of us can be cultivated by our habits and the information we feed it. The beast that, if handled improperly and not effectively fought, will tear us apart and eat us alive. Relapse is the most difficult stage of the healing process, and although our own paths to recovery may differ, we all experience it at some point. When we put our attention on battling our relapse, we frequently find that we have unexpectedly moved in the opposite direction. A relapse is a challenging situation, but we don't have to take any action to address it. Instead, we should ignore it and let it go away on its own. In this episode, Andrew and Benjy talk about what this beast is that we all have inside of us, how to deal with it when it comes out, and how to weaken it so that we're not feeding it and letting it run our lives. It is essential that we remind ourselves that we are the only ones who know ourselves better than anybody else and that we do not have to fight in every conflict that arises, as the strength of simply ignoring it is actually what will enable us to triumph over it and destroy it. Listen to Episode 146 to learn more! Feeding the beast [2:41] How do we know when we're having a relapse? [7:15] Choose the right accountability partner [12:12] Watching violent content feeds the beast within us [15:16] The Blessed Couple Podcast [16:56] Mantras are helpful in making micro decisions[18:39] The more we give power to something, the more it consumes us [23:51] The importance of being deliberate with your time [27:38] What is the beast within us? [33:27] What is High Noon Connect? [36:16]
Trojan Horse: Jude, for the third time, claims that these are the last episodes of POI v1. Shaw is a better operative than John. The abject failure of "look, the nerds are talking" technobabble. Bear/Shaw fun. Feel free to introduce a villain before you know what you want to do with them, if they can vamp like Greer.In Extremis: A "ripped from the headlines" polonium poisoning plot. Fusco's past comes home to roost. A long diversion into snow and ambient temperature.Connect with the show at @babylonpodjectHelp us keep the lights on via our Patreon!Justen can be found at @justenwritesAna can be found at @The_Mianaai, and also made our show art.Both Ana and Justen can also be found on The Compleat Discography, a Discworld re-read podcast.Jude Vais can be found at @eremiticjude. His other work can be found at Athrabeth - a Tolkien Podcast and at Garbage of the Five Rings.Clips from the original show remain copyrighted by their original rightsholders, and are used under the Fair Use doctrine.Music is by Arne Parrott, who can be found at http://atptunes.com/This show is edited and produced by Aaron Olson, who can be found at @urizenxvii
Content: Isaiah sees Paradise restored...but when? Old Covenant curses are nowhere to be found, replaced by glorious blessing Temple language Jewish idolaters crosstocrown.org newcovenantschooloftheology.org
The Black Queen. Just when you thought Rhaenyra was out, THEY PULLED HER BACK IN. Sure there's dragon fights, but more importantly DID YOU SEE THAT WARHAMMER TABLE??? Ivan & Red return to Westeros to talk HBO's (first ever?) spinoff show, The House of The Dragon. Check out Red & Maggie Tokuda-Hall's podcast, Failure to Adapt, available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or via RSS As always: Support Ivan & Red! → patreon.com/boarsgoreswords Follow us on twitter → @boarsgoreswords Find us on facebook → facebook.com/BoarsGoreSwords
In today's episode of The Daily Mastery Podcast, Robin Sharma decodes a potent metaphor walking you through the very method the great ones use to get their results. Learn how to create the confidence and momentum required to install the habits and tactics that will ensure your victory, productivity and serenity.If you'd like to significantly increase your happiness via real-world habits and practices that he's previously only shared with many of the world's most successful people including business titans, sports icons and movement-makers, definitely go ahead and read his latest book The Everyday Hero Manifesto. It'll completely upgrade your personal and business life—and protect you from all the negativity and volatility that's everywhere. It's one of the bestselling books in the world right now for a reason: it really really really WORKS. Go ahead and order it here.FOLLOW ROBIN SHARMA:InstagramFacebookTwitterYouTube
“Big changes don't have to be hard, but they do have to start with a choice. This is where real change begins; this is where you start taking control of your life and how you choose to live it; this is where it all starts.” – Nathalie Thompson Guest Introduction: I'm your host Cindy MacMillan, Integrative Life Coach and self-care advocate. Hello friend, Welcome to another episode of Exploring the Seasons of Life podcast. If you're a woman who loves to chase big dreams and is ready to discover the power of essential oils to lead a healthier and happier life and improve your emotional well-being; you are in the right place. I interview coaches, spiritual explorers and thought leaders from all walks of life about beginnings, endings, and the messy bits in-between. Self-love, well-being, and mindset are at the heart of our conversations because once you change the inside, the outside will begin to change as well. In this season of the podcast, I'm inviting you to lean into well-being. Well-being takes into account the entire person, body, mind and spirit. It's feeling good and functioning well; it's experiencing positive emotions such as contentment and gratitude; it's developing your potential, having a sense of purpose, and experiencing close relationships. American writer, Cheryl Strayed said, “You will learn a lot about yourself if you stretch in the direction of goodness, of bigness, of kindness, of forgiveness, of emotional bravery.” I am encouraging you to explore what it means to be emotionally brave and I am deeply honored to walk this path with you. I think you are going to love this episode. My guest is Anyssa Lucena and I am so excited for her to share her story with you. Anyssa is the owner of Genuine Climbing and the founder of the Confident Climbers Club with over 12 years' experience on the rock. She's a climbing coach for women, AMGA Certified SPI, Apprentice Rock Guide and Mom of 3 kids. Anyssa has discovered the secret sauce for helping women gain confidence by teaching them how to overcome self-limiting beliefs and get stronger so they can climb to their greatest potential. She is a firm believer that climbing and nature is the perfect way to learn about yourself, heal your soul, and develop ways to grow inside. Here's a glimpse of our conversation: 4:37 I think you know, my life personally, my business I find is kind of like one in the same just because you know, it's hard to kind of separate the two and especially with climbing I find like all the lessons that you learn in climbing just naturally are lessons that you learn in life and vice versa. 6:36 It's very easy for me to want to compare myself to how strong I was, you know, wishing I was a younger person or a younger woman doing things and, and yeah, you just have to stop and be like, well, what are the great things about being where I am at this age, like the wisdom that I acquired, the self confidence that I've acquired over the years. 11:14 I think it's just the fear of maybe the fear of failure, the fear of judgment, the fear of trying something and it not working, you know, we get so afraid of the potential, like, you're sitting at your home, you're like, well, what if I can't do it? Or what if I get disappointed? Or what if somebody laughs at me? 12:28 Your story is a woman who later on in life went outside and love the attachment to nature and was curious and wanted to try something, like it doesn't have to, you know, there's, there's a million stories and that's like rock climbing, that's whatever hiking that's going out for a new job later in life. It's whatever it is, it could just be about where your curiosity takes you. 14:23 it's really just kind of making the commitment to yourself to try it and being able to - I've used this word a million times already in this podcast, but the idea of being curious, right, so it doesn't have to be like, I'm going to try this and that's a definition of failure or success. It doesn't even have to be like that. It could just be like; I'm just going to see what it's about. 17:49 I call it like your Personal Summit, whatever your Personal Summit is. 24:10 So in my case, I had kids, I got divorced. I've had the heartbreaks, I've had some health conditions, like you've kind of like seen enough stuff and, and gone through enough challenges that you're like, I'm still here. 32:38 Earlier this year, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. And I've just finished radiation a week ago. And, I'm just again, just amazed at how resilient we really are. Like, even when things happen out of the blue that you don't expect and it feels really horrible in the moment; you can get through it. We're just incredibly resilient people. You can find Anyssa Lucena at: Website Instagram IF YOU LOVED THIS EPISODE WITH ANYSSA LUCENA YOU'LL ALSO LOVE THE CONVERSATIONS I HAD WITH: Through the Lens of Yoga and Mindfulness with Elizabeth Savage Niki Svara on Self-Forgiveness Emotional Self-Care with Jamie Martin Tess Zigo on Financial Self-Care Conversation with End-of-Life Doula, Sue Phillips Thank you Anyssa Lucena for joining us. If you love what you're hearing, make sure to follow Exploring the Seasons of Life podcast on any of your listening platforms. Come on over to Instagram. That is where I spend most of my time when it comes to social media. I'm @cindy.macmillan on Instagram. Make sure you're following me. Say hello. I'd love to hear from you.
The boys go over a very lengthy pre-launch blog post courtesy of Infinity Ward before discussing some other exciting items, including detailed leaks on what mastery camos are in store for us with Modern Warfare 2. 00:00:00 - Teaser 00:00:29 - Intro & acknowledgments 00:06:29 - Announcements 00:16:28 - Pre-launch roadmap 00:19:11 - MW2 blog post 00:53:57 - Sponsored by Kolosseum 00:55:33 - Fixes to third person mode 00:57:07 - Pies and double XP 00:59:18 - Metaphor leaks weapon camos for MW2 01:07:27 - Trouble at Activision 01:17:46 - Plugs, reminders, & outro
We are so happy to speak with author Rachel Harrison about her new feminist werewolf novel, Such Sharp Teeth! This isn't horror as you'd normally expect it—the cover is pink, the setting includes Target and Starbucks, and the main character is a twin just trying to get control over her new werewolf tendencies—and her love life. We talk about werewolf metaphors for how we can't control everything (or even most things) about our bodies, how genre is a loose concept that can have one book shelved everywhere from women's fiction to thriller to horror, and how #PitDark set off an incredibly fast rise from unagented, to agented, to published. You can learn more about Rachel Harrison here: https://www.rachel-harrison.com/
Metaphor in Illness Writing: Fight and Battle Reused (Edinburgh UP, 2022) argues that even when a metaphor appears problematic and limiting, it need not be dropped or dismissed. Metaphors are not inherently harmful or beneficial; instead, they can be used in unexpected and creative ways. This book analyses the illness writing of contemporary North American writers who reimagine and reappropriate the supposedly harmful metaphor 'illness is a fight' and shows how Susan Sontag, Audre Lorde, Anatole Broyard, David Foster Wallace and other writers turn the fight metaphor into a space of agency, resistance, self-knowledge and aesthetic pleasure. It joins a conversation in Medical Humanities about alternatives to the predominance of narrative and responds to the call for more metaphor literacy and metaphor competence. Wohlman has developed the vade mecum for Metaphor Method. You can find it here (in the right column). For the PDF file, click here. Anita Wohlmann is an associate professor in the Department for the Study of Culture at SDU. Victoria Oana Lupașcu is an Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature and Asian Studies at University of Montréal. Her areas of interest include medical humanities, visual art, 20th and 21st Chinese, Brazilian and Romanian literature and Global South studies. 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
Metaphor in Illness Writing: Fight and Battle Reused (Edinburgh UP, 2022) argues that even when a metaphor appears problematic and limiting, it need not be dropped or dismissed. Metaphors are not inherently harmful or beneficial; instead, they can be used in unexpected and creative ways. This book analyses the illness writing of contemporary North American writers who reimagine and reappropriate the supposedly harmful metaphor 'illness is a fight' and shows how Susan Sontag, Audre Lorde, Anatole Broyard, David Foster Wallace and other writers turn the fight metaphor into a space of agency, resistance, self-knowledge and aesthetic pleasure. It joins a conversation in Medical Humanities about alternatives to the predominance of narrative and responds to the call for more metaphor literacy and metaphor competence. Wohlman has developed the vade mecum for Metaphor Method. You can find it here (in the right column). For the PDF file, click here. Anita Wohlmann is an associate professor in the Department for the Study of Culture at SDU. Victoria Oana Lupașcu is an Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature and Asian Studies at University of Montréal. Her areas of interest include medical humanities, visual art, 20th and 21st Chinese, Brazilian and Romanian literature and Global South studies. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies
Metaphor in Illness Writing: Fight and Battle Reused (Edinburgh UP, 2022) argues that even when a metaphor appears problematic and limiting, it need not be dropped or dismissed. Metaphors are not inherently harmful or beneficial; instead, they can be used in unexpected and creative ways. This book analyses the illness writing of contemporary North American writers who reimagine and reappropriate the supposedly harmful metaphor 'illness is a fight' and shows how Susan Sontag, Audre Lorde, Anatole Broyard, David Foster Wallace and other writers turn the fight metaphor into a space of agency, resistance, self-knowledge and aesthetic pleasure. It joins a conversation in Medical Humanities about alternatives to the predominance of narrative and responds to the call for more metaphor literacy and metaphor competence. Wohlman has developed the vade mecum for Metaphor Method. You can find it here (in the right column). For the PDF file, click here. Anita Wohlmann is an associate professor in the Department for the Study of Culture at SDU. Victoria Oana Lupașcu is an Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature and Asian Studies at University of Montréal. Her areas of interest include medical humanities, visual art, 20th and 21st Chinese, Brazilian and Romanian literature and Global South studies. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies
Metaphor in Illness Writing: Fight and Battle Reused (Edinburgh UP, 2022) argues that even when a metaphor appears problematic and limiting, it need not be dropped or dismissed. Metaphors are not inherently harmful or beneficial; instead, they can be used in unexpected and creative ways. This book analyses the illness writing of contemporary North American writers who reimagine and reappropriate the supposedly harmful metaphor 'illness is a fight' and shows how Susan Sontag, Audre Lorde, Anatole Broyard, David Foster Wallace and other writers turn the fight metaphor into a space of agency, resistance, self-knowledge and aesthetic pleasure. It joins a conversation in Medical Humanities about alternatives to the predominance of narrative and responds to the call for more metaphor literacy and metaphor competence. Wohlman has developed the vade mecum for Metaphor Method. You can find it here (in the right column). For the PDF file, click here. Anita Wohlmann is an associate professor in the Department for the Study of Culture at SDU. Victoria Oana Lupașcu is an Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature and Asian Studies at University of Montréal. Her areas of interest include medical humanities, visual art, 20th and 21st Chinese, Brazilian and Romanian literature and Global South studies. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/medicine
John and Scotto review the 1980s, sci-fi, buddy cop classic, Alien Nation. John's Ratings Scotto's Ratings Listen to Episode 492 Download Episode 492 IMDb https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0094631/ Trailer Next week ... Avalanche Sharks
For today's episode, you need to have read CHAPTER 26 of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. We'll talk about the reaction to Harry's interview, deep dive into doors/doorways, Snape's past, and Trelawney. Follow us: @firstyearspod (Insta & Twitter) @veritasarahm (TikTok - NOT spoiler free!) Email us: firstyearspodcast @ gmail . com For next episode, you need to read chapters 27 & 28! Sources: Curator, FaB. “Fringe Arts Bath - the Symbolism of Doorways.” Fringe Arts Bath (FaB), Fringe Arts Bath (FaB), 25 Jan. 2018, www.fringeartsbath.co.uk/2018-blog/2018/1/24/the-symbolism-of-doorways. “Door Symbolism & Meaning (Choice, Transition and...).” Symbolism & Metaphor, 9 June 2022, symbolismandmetaphor.com/door-symbolism/. Sburiek. “The Symbolism and Importance of Doors: According to Cinema.” Medium, Medium, 30 Sept. 2019, medium.com/@sburiek/the-symbolism-and-importance-of-doors-according-movies-53f7c53f12ed. “The Symbolism of Doors.” The Psychology Centre & Ta Moko Services, www.psychologycentre.co.nz/the-symbolism-of-doors.html. “Symbolism of the Door.” Symbolreader, 31 Mar. 2020, symbolreader.net/2020/03/31/symbolism-of-the-door/.
The boys get active based on some extremely credible leaks on the timeline from Metaphor surrounding Warzone 2. Episode originally aired September 29th, 2022. If you enjoyed this episode, consider joining the Patreon for access to all bonus episodes - instantly! 00:00:00 - Intro & announcements 00:09:45 - Metaphor's leaks; No AI on the map 00:22:30 - Old looting returning 00:28:24 - Loadouts & perks returning 00:38:00 - Sponsored by MANSCAPED 00:40:10 - Loadouts & perks returning cont. 00:53:59 - Our Warzone 2 predictions 01:30:05 - Plugs, reminders, & outro
We start our episode this week checking in with friends of the show Doughnut Workers United, who have finally won their union at Voodoo Doughnuts in Portland, OR after years of organizing. It only took two days for the strike by food service workers at San Francisco Airport last week to win huge gains. We also give a brief update on where the different rail unions are in the contract ratification process. Workers at the Philadelphia Museum of Art struck this past week when management refused to agree to grant workers raises that would cover inflation. The drive to unionize Trader Joe's has spread to another store, this time in Brooklyn, and unfortunately the company's union busting has followed. As the auto industry shifts to electric vehicles, the UAW faces an uphill battle to ensure the new EV jobs are unionized. Over 13,000 incarcerated workers went on strike against the system of mass incarceration and prison slavery they face over the past week, and the state has responded with violence and attempts to starve the workers out. Finally, as always, we check-in with the Starbucks Workers United movement and discuss the list of contract proposals that the union has released. Doughnut Workers United Contract Support Fund: https://www.gofundme.com/f/dwu-strike-hardship-and-negotiation-fund Gofundme for Fired Trader Joe's organizer: https://www.gofundme.com/f/trader-joes-united-solidarity-fund Join the discord: discord.gg/tDvmNzX Follow the pod at instagram.com/workstoppage, @WorkStoppagePod on Twitter, John @facebookvillain, and Lina @solidaritybee
The guys go over Warzone's final big content drop in Season 5 Reloaded before getting into some juicy leaks surrounding Warzone 2 and some fun and exciting drama regarding Doug "Censor" Martin, Nadia, & others. 00:00:00 - Teaser 00:00:26 - Intro & acknowledgments 00:13:24 - Announcements 00:21:01 - Warzone's Season 5 Reloaded 01:06:32 - Sponsored by True Classic 01:08:50 - Season 5 Reloaded weapon balance 01:15:22 - Modern Warfare 2 blog post 01:25:23 - Rebirth & Fortune's Keep leaving forever 01:29:31 - Warzone 2 leaks from Metaphor/others 01:42:37 - Doug "Censor" Martin 'exposes cheaters' 01:53:26 - Trouble at Activision 01:56:48 - Plugs, reminders, & outro
Episode: Erin speaks with Dr. Katie Marcar about metaphors of divine regeneration in 1 Peter, metaphors of generation in other Jewish texts from the Second Temple period, seed metaphors, breastmilk metaphors, […] The post Katie Marcar – Divine Regeneration and Ethnic Mapping in 1 Peter first appeared on OnScript.
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We hope you're hungry for this week's episode! Frankie Gaw is a Taiwanese American cook, writer, and designer whose debut book First Generation comes out in a month! If you don't know his work yet, please go drool over his food photography at @littlefatboyfrankie before diving into this convo! We talk about his unconventional start in food writing and recipe development, how his Midwest upbringing influences his Taiwanese dishes, and “Asian fusion.” Have fun listening to this one, and hope you pass this along to a fellow food lover. And be sure to follow us at @feelingasianpodcast on Instagram and TikTok!
Well, it's still the offseason folks, so we brought in resident girlie Rohan to help us compare NBA teams and players to all kinds of things like sandwiches and pyramid schemes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices