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Magic Minds Podcast
Life after Tragedy - Darren Creighton

Magic Minds Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 54:16


Hello What's the craic. Welcome back to the magic minds podcast" Stories that have the power to inspire". We are liberties number one podcast. The best podcast in Dublin 8 I'm proud to say. on the show today is a friend of the show Darren Creighton. Matt speaks to Darren Creighton about the loss of his son Dale who was murdered in 2014 by a gang in Tallaght on New Year's eve and the shock and horror of his daughter Danielle's death from suicide 12 months ago. This is a powerful, emotional and beautiful interview that we are proud to share. Darren is a brave, compassionate and kind soul. Darren is loved by his community in the liberties. we would love for you to share his story and we would appreciate your feedback. EXCITING NEWS- Matt's Mindfulness and gratitude activity journal "My Head to My Heart" is now available to purchase. https://magicmindsfoundation.company.site/fbclid=IwAR1zp1r4CdFU2tOxmohGNLuCLAj247w91kFxHo90Xn2L2ugis5fLoeUt37o If you enjoy our work and would love to support us with the Publication of Matt's book then please subscribe to our Patreon Page. If you can afford to buy us a coffee or a pint once a month we would be delighted but if you cant that's ok too, you can listen for free. https://www.patreon.com/user?u=42505663. LOVE & KINDNESS TO YOU XXX Huge thank you to our Sponsors and Charities. I want to thank Niall Reilly and the team at Rooney media graphics. Also we have Liberty photos who is owned by Andy who is Matt's trusty side kick on the podcast. So if you need any photographs for weddings or birthday parties then Liberties Media Hub is the place to go. Shannon's helpline, Don't forget check out our website for more information on our previous interviews http://magicminds.ie/ Special thanks to our: Sponsors: Niall Reilly- www.rooneymedia.com Andrew O'Connell- www.libertiesphoto.ie Supports: Shannon's Hopeline - www.shannonshopeline.ie Magic Minds Podcast Team Matt Burke- Host Andrew O'Connell- Video Production & social Media Hannah Burke - Social Media --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/magic-minds/message

Abiding Together
S10 E05: Daughter Part 2: Seen, Known and Loved: The Core Needs of a Daughter

Abiding Together

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 46:41


In this episode, we continue our four part series on the identity of daughter. This episode is now available on youtube: https://youtu.be/0TJKUIE1HOQ. We discuss the core needs of early childhood - to be seen, known and loved - and how this time is crucial in learning to trust and receive. We share our fears of being seen as needy or as a burden to others as well as what counterfeit needs are vs actual needs. We chat about the healing that we experience when we allow God the Father to love us in the places we didn't receive what we needed as a child. Be sure to subscribe to the Abiding Together Podcast on YouTube to watch our video podcasts!  Sister Miriam's one thing - The life of our recently passed SOLT sister, Sister Maria of Merciful Love Michelle's one thing - The Sisters of Life and The Litany of Trust  Heather's one thing - Restore the Glory Podcast Healing in Marriage Series Other Books Mentioned - Life Model: Living from the Heart Jesus Gave you - James Friesen Discussion questions:     What stood out to you from this week's episode? How have you felt seen, known and loved by God and others recently? In what areas of your heart and life do you still long to experience that?  What counterfeit needs (I need a break, I need to watch tv, etc.) do you often substitute for your real need (I need to be acknowledged, seen, loved)? How can you take time to pause and ask yourself what you truly need in particular moments throughout your day?  Do fears of rejection or being seen as ‘needy' prevent you from expressing your needs and desires to those who want to love you? How can you better articulate your needs to your community, family, and God?  How is the fruit of joy abundant and fragrant in your life? If not, what is at the root of that? Journal Questions: Are there areas of your heart that you have shut down or relationships you have ‘canceled' because someone did not meet your need to be seen, known and loved? How might God be asking you to give yourself or another person a new chance? Take a moment to reflect on any memories or experiences from your childhood where you did not feel seen, known and loved. Invite God to restore and heal these moments and fill any gaps that may have been created. Write down some practical ways you can notice, affirm and show greater love towards those who have been entrusted to you in your family and community.  Quotes to Ponder: “Your great trust in Me forces me to continuously grant you graces. You have great and incomprehensible rights over My Heart, for you are a daughter of complete trust." -  Jesus to St. Faustina Scripture for Lectio Divina -  “For this reason I kneel before the Father, from whom every family in heaven and on earth derives its name. I pray that out of his glorious riches he may strengthen you with power through his Spirit in your inner being, so that Christ may dwell in your hearts through faith. And I pray that you, being rooted and established in love, may have power, together with all the Lord's holy people, to grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ, and to know this love that surpasses knowledge—that you may be filled to the measure of all the fullness of God. Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us, to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, for ever and ever! Amen.” - Ephesians 3:14-21 This episode is sponsored by Corda Candles. Connect with the saints through scent, with handcrafted CORDA candles. Each unique scent is directly inspired by saints and the faith, and custom blended in house. As you burn the candle and enjoy the custom scent, there's a tangible, concrete connection to the holy men and women who have gone before us.Help support SOLT, Sr. Miriam's order, by purchasing the Cloistered Heart candle, inspired by St. Elizabeth of the Trinity. Its contemplative notes of cherry and violet are fresh and clean. This exclusive candle was commissioned by the Abiding Together podcast and 15% is donated to SOLT. It's available for a limited time only, now through November 30, 2021.There are many more candles to explore, including ones inspired by Our Lady of Guadalupe, St. Michael the Archangel, and Night Prayer. Shop online at www.cordacandles.com and receive 10% off with promo code ABIDE, now through October 31, 2021.  

UNPLUGGED Live Concerts
Twenty One Pilots - Life Is Beautiful Festival 2015 | Full Concert

UNPLUGGED Live Concerts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 50:23


All uploads on this channel are for promotional purposes only! The music has been converted before uploading to prevent ripping and to protect the artist(s) and label(s). If you don't want your content here (that goes for audio or images) please contact me immediately via email: unpluggedtube@outlook.it and I WILL REMOVE THE EPISODE OR ARTWORK IMMEDIATELY! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Las Vegas, Nevada, USA Ambassador Stage Life Is Beautiful Music Festival 2015 September 25th, 2015 © Fueled By Ramen, Life Is Beautiful, Atlantic Records Blurryface World Tour Setlist: 1. Heavydirtysoul - 0:00 2. Stressed Out - 3:42 3. We Don't Believe What's on TV - 7:44 4. Lane Boy - 11:45 5. Holding on to You - 16:48 6. Ride - 22:49 7. The Run and Go - 27:36 8. Tear in My Heart - 33:51 9. Car Radio - 38:06 10. Trees - 43:29 Team UNPLUGGED.

St. Paul Lutheran, Davenport
Season After Pentecost, Worship: 10.3.2021

St. Paul Lutheran, Davenport

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 23:01


Katy Warren preaches about the story of Job and bad days. Sometimes there is no justification as to why sometimes we have bad days. “Who has decided to walk beside us in the darkest of valleys?” On days when it is difficult to find something good, the sharing of gratitude lifts our spirits, focusing on those that bring us joy even during terrible, horrible, no good days. God, When Human Bonds are BrokenText: Fred Kaan; Music: William H. Monk; Text © 1989 Hope Publishing Company. All rights reserved. Used by permission under OneLicense #A-710534.Open the Eyes of My Heart, LordWords & Music by Paul Baloche, © 1997 Integrity's Hosanna! Music. Used with permission. CCLI License #2900188

Magic Minds Podcast
yup the flats- Tony May - Episode 6

Magic Minds Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 83:36


Hello What's the craic. Welcome back to the magic minds podcast" Stories that have the power to inspire". We are liberties number one podcast. The best podcast in Dublin 8 I'm proud to say. Today is our final episode of our Yup the flats series. on the show is Tony May. Tony chats us about a life of crime, drug addiction and prison to now turning his life around. He now uses his past to help others that are struggling with addiction and mental health. Have a listen and let us know what you think and we would love to hear your feedback. EXCITING NEWS- Matt's Mindfulness and gratitude activity journal "My Head to My Heart" is now available to purchase. https://magicmindsfoundation.company.site/fbclid=IwAR1zp1r4CdFU2tOxmohGNLuCLAj247w91kFxHo90Xn2L2ugis5fLoeUt37o If you enjoy our work and would love to support us with the Publication of Matt's book then please subscribe to our Patreon Page. If you can afford to buy us a coffee or a pint once a month we would be delighted but if you cant that's ok too, you can listen for free. https://www.patreon.com/user?u=42505663. LOVE & KINDNESS TO YOU XXX Huge thank you to our Sponsors and Charities. I want to thank Niall Reilly and the team at Rooney media graphics. Also we have Liberty photos who is owned by Andy who is Matt's trusty side kick on the podcast. So if you need any photographs for weddings or birthday parties then Liberties Media Hub is the place to go. Shannon's helpline, Don't forget check out our website for more information on our previous interviews http://magicminds.ie/ Special thanks to our: Sponsors: Niall Reilly- www.rooneymedia.com Andrew O'Connell- www.libertiesphoto.ie Supports: Shannon's Hopeline - www.shannonshopeline.ie Magic Minds Podcast Team Matt Burke- Host Andrew O'Connell- Video Production & social Media Hannah Burke - Social Media --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/magic-minds/message

Aufhebunga Bunga
Excerpt: OK BUNGER! The Problem of Generations, pt. 3

Aufhebunga Bunga

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 23:25


The third in a special five-part series on generational consciousness and conflict.   This is an excerpt. For the full 1h40min episode, subscribe at patreon.com/bungacast   In this episode, we examine the Baby Boomers – myth and reality. The revolt of the '60s has been misunderstood in many dimensions. Was it betrayed or did it always express capitalist ideology? Were the Boomers the ones who really did the 1960s anyway? And what world have the Boomers created as they passed through life – and institutions?   Guests include: Jennie Bristow, senior lecturer in sociology at Canterbury Christ Church University Helen Andrews, senior editor at The American Conservative Josh Glenn, semiotician, author, and publisher of HiLoBrow Jeffrey Alexander, professor of sociology at Yale University Holger Nehring, chair in contemporary European history at the University of Stirling Kristin Ross, professor emeritus of comparative literature at New York University Original music by: Jonny Mundey   Additional music: Medité / A Change in My Heart / courtesy of epidemicsound.com Ondolut / Blumen / courtesy of epidemicsound.com Elliott Holmes / Bull Chase / courtesy of epidemicsound.com Kick Castle / Kick Down / courtesy of epidemicsound.com T. Morri / Nuthin' but Nuts / courtesy of epidemicsound.com Other Clips: American Pastoral Trailer © 2016 - Lionsgate Mai 1968 © France 3 Paris Ile-de-France Imitation de Daniel Cohn-Bendit © C'est Canteloup Baader Meinhof Complex © 2008

Every Day Light: A Reading of the One Year Daily Bible

Jeremiah 1:1-2:30 Philippians 4 Psalm 75 Proverbs 24:17-20 My Heart, Christ's Home: "Transferring the Deed" Song: Atch - Found You Music provided by Vlog No Copyright Music. Creative Commons - Attribution 3.0 Unported Video Link: https://youtu.be/G774NKvUm88#NoCopyrightMusic#VlogMusic#VlogNoCopyrightMusic

Every Day Light: A Reading of the One Year Daily Bible

Isaiah 66 Philippians 3:4-21 Psalm 74 Proverbs 24: 15-16 My Heart, Christ's Home: "The Hall Closet" Song: Atch - Found You Music provided by Vlog No Copyright Music. Creative Commons - Attribution 3.0 Unported Video Link: https://youtu.be/G774NKvUm88#NoCopyrightMusic#VlogMusic#VlogNoCopyrightMusic

Every Day Light: A Reading of the One Year Daily Bible

Isaiah 62:6-65:25 Philippians 2:19-3:3 Psalm 73 Proverbs 24:13-14 My Heart, Christ's Home: "The Rec Room" Song: Atch - Found You Music provided by Vlog No Copyright Music. Creative Commons - Attribution 3.0 Unported Video Link: https://youtu.be/G774NKvUm88#NoCopyrightMusic#VlogMusic#VlogNoCopyrightMusic

Every Day Light: A Reading of the One Year Daily Bible

Isaiah 60:1-62:5 Philippians 1:27-2:18 Psalm 72 Proverbs 24:11-12 My Heart, Christ's Home: "The Workroom" Song: Atch - Found You Music provided by Vlog No Copyright Music. Creative Commons - Attribution 3.0 Unported Video Link: https://youtu.be/G774NKvUm88#NoCopyrightMusic#VlogMusic#VlogNoCopyrightMusic

Every Day Light: A Reading of the One Year Daily Bible

Isaiah 57:15-59:21 Philippians 1:1-26 Psalm 71 Proverbs 24:9-10 My Heart, Christ's Home: "The Living Room" Song: Atch - Found You Music provided by Vlog No Copyright Music. Creative Commons - Attribution 3.0 Unported Video Link: https://youtu.be/G774NKvUm88#NoCopyrightMusic#VlogMusic#VlogNoCopyrightMusic

MyHeart.net
Cryptogenic Stroke and PFO with Dr. Mustafa Ahmed, Dr. Soo Young Kwon, and Dr. Ekaterina Bakradze

MyHeart.net

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 86:25


When a patient has a PFO, or hole in the heart, doctors are left with a decision: to close or not to close. Dr. Alain Bouchard and Dr. Mustafa Ahmed discuss cryptogenic stroke and PFO, as well as the role of the heart-brain team, with Dr. Soo Young Kwon and Dr. Ekaterina Bakradze, both of the neurology department at UAB.About the TeamDr. Alain Bouchard is a clinical cardiologist at Cardiology Specialists of Birmingham, AL. He is a native of Quebec, Canada and trained in Internal Medicine at McGill University in Montreal. He continued as a Research Fellow at the Montreal Heart Institute. He did a clinical cardiology fellowship at the University of California in San Francisco. He joined the faculty at the University of Alabama Birmingham from 1986 to 1990. He worked at CardiologyPC and Baptist Medical Center at Princeton from 1990-2019. He is now part of the Cardiology Specialists of Birmingham at St. Vincent's Health System, Ascension.Dr. Mustafa Ahmed is a Structural Heart Specialist, Interventional Cardiologist and Scientist, and is the director of the Structural Heart Disease Program at UAB. He is a leading performer of minimally invasive heart procedures, including the Mitraclip procedure. He is credited with several first of their kind procedures and internationally recognized in areas including valvular and surgical heart disease and POTS. He was born in Nottingham, England, and went to medical school at the Victoria University of Manchester. He took postgraduate positions at the Manchester Royal Infirmary, then the Queens Medical Center. Dr Ahmed moved to Birmingham, AL, where he was the first person selected for the Physician Scientist Training Program with specialization in cardiology and interventional cardiology.Medical DisclaimerThe contents of the MyHeart.net podcast, including as textual content, graphical content, images, and any other content contained in the Podcast (“Content”) are purely for informational purposes. The Content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read or heard on the Podcast!If you think you may have a medical emergency, call your doctor or 911 immediately. MyHeart.net does not recommend or endorse any specific tests, physicians, products, procedures, opinions, or other information that may be mentioned on the Podcast. Reliance on any information provided by MyHeart.net, MyHeart.net employees, others appearing on the Podcast at the invitation of MyHeart.net, or other visitors to the Podcast is solely at your own risk.The Podcast and the Content are provided on an “as is” basis.

Every Day Light: A Reading of the One Year Daily Bible

Isaiah 54:1-57:14 Ephesians 6 Psalm 70 Proverbs 24:8 Selection from My Heart, Christ's Home: The Dining Room Song: Atch - Found You Music provided by Vlog No Copyright Music. Creative Commons - Attribution 3.0 Unported Video Link: https://youtu.be/G774NKvUm88#NoCopyrightMusic#VlogMusic#VlogNoCopyrightMusic

Meet the Mentor with Dr. Bill Dorfman

Lance Bass is the quintessential illustration of a highly successful and driven jack-of-all-trades: singer, host, actor, producer, writer, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and cosmonaut. Beyond his fame as a member of the phenomenally successful group *NSYNC, where the group sold an impressive 80 million plus records worldwide, Bass has made himself a household name. With countless career highlights in music including multiple Grammy® nominations, two diamond RIAA awards, MTV Video Music Awards®, American Music Awards®, People's Choice Awards® and even an Oscar nom for his smash hit, “Music of My Heart.” He is a TV host of shows such as Entertainment Tonight & Bachelor in Paradise; Lance is also an investor, entrepreneur and philanthropist. @lancebass  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Artfully Told
Episode 070 - Rachel Moore

Artfully Told

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 42:21


In this week's episode, I welcome Rachel Moore! Rachel is a licensed marriage and family therapist, specializing in psycotherapy for the creative community of writers, artists, and musicians. As a prolific artist herself--having trained in piano, voice, improv, writing, acting, photography, and more--Rachel brings a unique perspective to her therapy practice in a way that authentically connects with artists. Her episode is full of great stories and sage advice. (Fun fact: the cover image for this episode is one of Rachel's photos!)   Get in touch with Rachel Moore: https://www.rachelmoorecounseling.com/ Enroll in Lindsey's dance and wellness courses: www.elevateart.thinkific.com  Support Artfully Told: www.paypal.me/elevateart Artfully Told links: www.facebook.com/artfullytold | www.artfullytold.podbean.com | elevateartskc@gmail.com Get a free audiobook through Audible!  http://www.audibletrial.com/ArtfullyTold Schedule your own interview as a featured guest with Artfully Told! https://calendly.com/artfullytold/podcast-interview   Episode 70 - Rachel Moore [00:00:00] Lindsey Dinneen: Hello, and welcome to Artfully Told, where we share true stories about meaningful encounters with art. [00:00:06] Krista: I think artists help people have different perspectives on every aspect of life. [00:00:12] Roman: All I can do is put my part in to the world. [00:00:15] Elizabeth: It doesn't have to be perfect the first time. It doesn't have to be perfect ever really. I mean, as long as you, and you're enjoying doing it and you're trying your best, that can be good enough. [00:00:23] Elna: Art is something that you can experience with your senses and that you just experiences as so beautiful. [00:00:31] Lindsey Dinneen: Hi friends, whether you are just getting started or you're a seasoned professional looking to up your game, I have an exciting opportunity for you. Did you know that I am actually the creator of 10 different courses online that range from ballet, jazz, tap. They also include a mindset detox course and two Stretch and Tone courses. So if you're looking to start a new hobby or get a little bit fitter, or you're looking to do a deep dive into your mindset, really perform a true detox, I have the course for you, and I would love to help you out with that. So if you go to elevateart.thinkific.com, you will see all of the different courses I've created. [00:01:26] You don't have to step in a classroom to take your first dance class. I teach a signature 20 Moves in 20 Days course that allows you to learn 20 steps in just 20 days. It's a lot of fun. We have a great time together. And I think you're going to absolutely love the different courses. And Artfully Told listeners get a little something from me. So if you go, you'll sign up and use the promo code "artfullytold," all one word, and when you do so you'll get 15% off the purchase of any and all your favorite courses. All right, listeners, enjoy that. Again, it's elevateart.thinkific.com. See you there. [00:02:11] Hello, and welcome back to another episode of Artfully Told. I'm your host Lindsey and I am so excited to have as my guest today, Rachel Moore. She is a licensed marriage and family therapist based in San Diego and she works primarily with creative people and artists, which is most of us. So I'm so, so excited that you're here, Rachel, and so excited to chat with you. Thank you for being here too. [00:02:38] Rachel Moore: Thanks so much, Lindsey, I'm really excited about it too. I can't wait to just chat with you about fun, artsy things. [00:02:45] Lindsey Dinneen: Right? It's my favorite. All right. Yeah. Well, I would love if you wouldn't mind sharing just a little bit, maybe about your background, kind of what got you interested in art and then of course, a little bit about what you're up to these days. [00:03:00] Rachel Moore: You bet. Gosh. Yeah. So actually my first intro into the creative world was through music. And so when I was seven, I started taking piano lessons, really liked it, did not like practicing, but that's another thing. And did piano from seven to 14, started playing a saxophone and in, in middle school and then went into high school and continued with that and jazz band and stuff. And then also started playing auxiliary percussion in marching band and met some really great friends there. So lots and lots and lots of music, instrumental music. And meanwhile, I forgot this other track this whole time. I was always a writer. Pretty much been writing since I was like five and I made my first little book or whatever. So writing and music, sort of the more performative arts, have always been something I've been interested in and good at. [00:03:53] I not a great drawer. I tried my best, but this art isn't quite what I do with it. So, you know slap something together. But yeah, for me, music and writing and I actually, my first career was as a newspaper copy editor. So when I was in college, I got a degree in creative writing focused mainly on poetry. And I think it's kind of cool actually that I then went on to a 14 year career in newspapers where I would do editing. I would do design of the news pages. And I also importantly, would write headlines, which required the skills of finding the best words and also looking at line breaks, right? And if you're writing a headline. So that was going on. And then in the meantime, I, I finally went into singing when I was like 30. I lived in LA, I went to this great community college program. They had an applied music program. I was still working and also doing this program where I got private lessons, singing lessons for the first time. And really it was able to kind of develop my voice and learn a lot of technique that was just super helpful. And so that's been really fun. [00:04:57] And so that's kind of all of the basis of the, the fun, creative stuff I like to do. Then when I was about 35, 36, I decided to become a therapist, went back to school, got my master's degree. All that had to do 3000 hours of supervised internship before I could get licensed. And meanwhile, thinking to myself like, well, who am I going? Who are my clients going to be? You know, what, what am I going to focus on? Who am I going to serve? When actually it was kind of right in front of me the whole time, which is people like me, people who were into art. And I can talk more about kind of what that's like from my perspective as a therapist and why I think that's important, but that's, that's kind of the, the quick and dirty version of my life. There you go. [00:05:41] Lindsey Dinneen: Perfect. Oh my goodness. I love it. So many questions based off of that. I love it, but, but let's, yeah, I would love to hear more about what you just talked about with your practice and working with creatives and things like that. I would love to hear more about that whole thing and how that became your focus as opposed to, I mean, therapists are needed all the time. So I'm just curious how that kind of became your, your niche. [00:06:07] Rachel Moore: Sure. Yeah. I actually had a particular therapy experience with my own therapist when I was trying to explain to her that I went to a friend's house and I sat down at her digital piano. And, you know, I live in San Diego. It's kind of hard to like haul pianos around. I don't really have a lot of access to pianos. With that piano, the piano was my first instrument and it really means a lot to me. And so explaining to my therapist, how I sat down with this digital piano. And I had no idea that they, they've improved them so much now that they really do feel a lot like a piano when you sit at it. And I felt like I was playing a piano and, and what that meant to me, you know, how it felt in my body and how it felt emotionally and, and all this stuff. And my therapist, like, it's, you know, she didn't do anything wrong. There's nothing wrong with her, but she was just kinda like, oh, okay. Like she just didn't get it. You know? [00:06:59] I thought, wow, wouldn't it be cool to just off the bat, be able to have that connection with my clients where I understand, generally speaking-- you know, it's different for everybody, but I understand that for them, art may be like a life or death type thing. Art may be the reason that they are alive and, and the most important thing in their life. I just thought it would be cool to be that type of therapist who could serve people like that. And, you know, the most practical thought there is that it just saves a lot of time. You know, I'm like, okay. Yeah, I get it. Great. You know, I don't have to, they don't have to explain it to me on a deeper level. I think it's just cool to be able to be a person who gets it on some level and when it comes to being a creative. [00:07:45] Lindsey Dinneen: Yeah. Yeah. I absolutely agree. And I can even just hearing you tell that story, I can definitely relate to, you know, it, it's totally fine when you, when you're talking to people who don't have the same experiences and, you know, and being able to share like, well, this art means this to me because, and you can sort of explain it, but until you have experienced it yourself, it's just not the same. So I can totally see that. So, and I'm curious too, do you find, or have you found that-- I'm trying to figure out how to word this exactly-- that I guess, like I've said, I, I'm a firm believer in therapy, but I think that I'm just curious, how has it been to attract creatives to your practice? Is it, is it helpful because you're also an artist and that's sort of, again, how they've connected with you? Because I still feel like there's a little bit of stigma, even in the art world of like, "oh, you know, I can't, I can't do that because you know that that's not for me," I guess. [00:08:46] Rachel Moore: Yeah, that's a really good question. I mean, I think that, you know, when it comes to, you know, by the time people are finding me, they know they want to go to therapy, I guess, really, you know? And so it's like, well, who, who do I want to see? I mean, I've had, you know, prospective clients say to me, oh, I saw immediately, for example, that you work with writers and I'm a writer. So I want to work with you. Like, because you just-- I'm shocked actually that I don't see more people working with people in the arts. I mean, maybe they are, and I just don't know where to find them or I'm not looking in the right places. I don't know. But like, I think it's really, and it's, you know, you talk about the stigma, even as I say that out loud, I'm like, am I saying like, artists need more help? It's, it's not so much even that it's just that I think that again, like, and I wish I had better ways to explain it too, but there's something about, you know, somebody who again has that, has that experience with art really gets on a deep level. [00:09:46] I mean, even, I was just thinking also in a practical ways, like, I know what it's like to have stage fright. Like literally I have it all the time because I'm performing a lot or I used to, you know, before the pandemic and, and yeah, there, there's, there's a connection there that I think is, can be really important and really vital in the relationship with my clients. And I will say that it's been, you know, there've been studies showing that the relationship between the therapist and the client is actually the healing part of therapy, which I think is pretty cool, like, or the most healing part. There's other things that are important too, but the relationship and the rapport is the most important part. [00:10:24] Lindsey Dinneen: Yeah. I can personally relate to that. I absolutely agree. And I think, you having that experience like you, like you were saying, even just the stage fright element. It's huge. So being able to also affirm the way that somebody is feeling, you know, and, and acknowledge the fact just also, you know, how much hard work goes into it. And I feel like there's a lot of misunderstanding about the art, about artists. And I joke about it a lot because people will say to me, "oh, you know, you have such a glamorous job." I'm a professional dancer and I'm like, "well, ninety of the time, not glamorous at all, you know?" [00:10:59] Rachel Moore: Yup. Most of the time, like I was just thinking about it today. I don't, I don't know if I mentioned to you before, but I'm actually been doing an "improv for therapists" class online. I've been participating in that as it as a an improv and it's been so fun, but today we did our dress rehearsal for our show and it reminded me how, you know, oh, I'm like, oh yeah --most of the time in a production, you're just sitting around like waiting. Right. So true. Preparing something. I know I'm just like, okay, all right. This week, not really glamorous. No. [00:11:32] Lindsey Dinneen: Right. It's all those long days in the theater where you're just like, oh my gosh, how is it midnight? And we're not done. But I think it's just nice to have somebody to be able to talk to, somebody who, who totally gets it, like on a fundamental level. You've been there. You've done that. I love that. I think that's super cool. [00:11:49] Rachel Moore: Well, that's great. Cause that's what I'm going for. Yeah. [00:11:51] Lindsey Dinneen: Yeah, I just love that. So, you know, you had mentioned starting to sing, you know, a little bit late, well having voice lessons, I'm sure you were singing here your whole life, but having voice lessons and really pursuing it as an adult. And I'm super interested in that. Was that kind of a leap of faith? And I asked partly because like is always been this like thing in the back of my mind, "oh, someday I'll go take voice lessons," but I haven't because I'm like, "oh my gosh. That's so nerve wracking." Tell me about your experience. [00:12:22] Rachel Moore: Okay. Yeah. Well, a friend of mine at the newspaper I was working at told me that he was in this program and how fun it was and, and he's also the person who introduced me to yoga. So I knew that he's like, he's got some good stuff going on. So I was like, "okay, I'll check it out." And the first time I ever performed in my group class, my hands were shaking so hard. I was up on the little stage in the classroom and I could not stop them, just shaking, shaking, shaking. And I'm like, okay, I guess that's what we're doing here. I'm happy to say that it got better, but yeah, it is, it can be scary. I think that the coolest part of that experience was that I learned a lot of technique that I had no idea about and actually made singing easier and made it easier for me to perform in a way where I felt confident. And, and, and even made it easier like on my body. Cause you know, when you're singing, just like when you're dancing, your body is the instrument. So to find a technique that, you know, I know how to sing really loud without hurting my voice, stuff like that, you know, was really cool. [00:13:22] And I will say I had a really interesting experience when I was kind of wrapping up my, my time with that. And I will admit to you-- to admit, I know there's an interesting word. My therapist brain just caught that. I stopped pursuing it because I didn't want to do it as a career. And my, my teacher at the time was encouraging me to continue and I didn't want to have the life of a singer, whatever I imagined that would be. And I have never gotten paid for singing, and I don't want to get paid for singing. It's too close to me as a human. I don't know how to explain it, but I had this experience where I was working on an aria from "Samson and Delilah" and the mezzo soprano. And I was, I was working on this aria for, for like a few months you know, really, really working really hard, like you said, because that's what we do as artists. We work really hard and finally sang it for my teacher and I, she was on the piano accompanying me. And I'm just getting chills thinking about it right now. Cause we got to the end of the aria. I got to the end and she looked at me and she said, "you could sing that on any stage in the world." And I looked at her and said and said, "I know." [00:14:40] And you know, what's so funny about that. I was, I was done. I was good. I didn't have to-- I was like, "okay, I've, I've done it. I've reached my potential and now go try something else." It was really cool. [00:14:53] Lindsey Dinneen: Surreal! What a moment! And I just, you know, and I actually think that is so important too, because I think there are a lot of people who wouldn't, who would discount being an artist on some level, because they don't make money off of it, or they-- that's not for other people, it's for themselves. And that doesn't discount anything. I mean, it's, it's okay. Like if that's not what you want to pursue, then that's fine. You know, so even having that perspective too. Yeah, I think there's a lot of discreditation that happens with... [00:15:27] Rachel Moore: I think you're right. Like, there's that word? And I, I don't know that I pronounce it right. But dilettante, I think is the word, like, you know, it's sort of a derogatory word saying like, oh, you're just a person who dabbles in things. And you know, I've tried to really embrace that. And I'm like, yeah, I do, because I, I have one life and I want to do a lot of stuff. I want to do a lot of different stuff. I want to do a lot of different art now. And I mean, I've had two different careers, you know, so I don't know. I mean, I, that's not to say on the other hand too, I really do admire people who dedicate their lives to one form of art and, and perfect it in, you know, in the ways that they do. And that's what they want to do. That's great too. I, you know, I think you're right. That it's like, it's different for everybody. And it doesn't, we don't have to discredit people just because they're not like an expert. That's a very, Hmm. It makes me wonder, you know, it's just kind of a very Western, so to speak, way of looking at things, you know, just like it's a little patriarchal, to be honest with you, just like, well, if you're going to do this, you better get paid for it. That type of thing. [00:16:23] Lindsey Dinneen: Right. No, I agree. Yeah. And, and I do love that perspective and yeah. Well, thank you for sharing about that experience. It was actually really encouraging. [00:16:33] Rachel Moore: Oh good. [00:16:33] Lindsey Dinneen: I was like, maybe I could do it, and my hands could be shaking the whole time, but I still tried. [00:16:39] Rachel Moore: Yes. Well, that's the thing. The more you do it, just like it's true, you know, the more you do it, the more confident you get, the less your body rebels and thinks you're going to die. So it'll be, it'll be fine. Yes. [00:16:49] Lindsey Dinneen: It's so funny too, because it depends on the performance that for myself, even when I go out into stage and I've been doing this for years, I'm a very confident performer. I love it, but I'll go out on stage for that first like opening thing. And I'm like, what? My legs are jelly now. Like... [00:17:07] Rachel Moore: Yeah. That adrenaline always gets you, right? Yeah. The adrenaline rush right at the beginning. Right. Like, okay. Then we settle in. Yeah. [00:17:16] Lindsey Dinneen: Yup. Oh man. Oh, that's fantastic. Okay. And you kind of briefly mentioned this improv project that you're a part of. So first of all, I love the concept --improv for therapists or therapists improving or whatever. That's super fun, but yeah, tell me a little bit about, oh my gosh. How did you get into improv? [00:17:35] Rachel Moore: Well, I actually got into improv in the real world. I don't know how to, we're talking about it these days, but before the pandemic-- oh, I actually got into it through music because I had always been wanting to try improv. I thought it'd probably be okay at it and have fun with it. But it always kind of felt really intimate. And so the first improv class I took in person was musical improv. And it's great. You just go on stage and you make up songs and you sing and it's awesome. I don't know how awesome it might feel for you at this point. But for me it was like, right, if you told me to get up and dance, I don't know how I do-- but the singing, I was like, yeah, I can do this. And it was so fascinating to me because I can tell when I'm doing musical improv or like regular talking improv, I can honestly like literally feel the different parts of my brain being activated. [00:18:22] And for some reason, for me, it's a lot easier to make up stuff as I'm singing than to make up stuff as I'm talking. It must be just literally different parts of the brain. So anyway, that's how I got into it was through musical improv. And then I decided to take like the whole series of improv classes locally here. We had a a show a December 2019. And that was just like the most fun thing ever. And yeah, and then later I think on a Facebook ad or something, I, I found this improv for therapists group. It's actually run by some folks out of Second City in Chicago. One of the cool things about the pandemic is now we can do things on Zoom and have a lot more access that way. And so it's a zoom class and it's been really fun. [00:19:04] Lindsey Dinneen: That sounds like so much fun. I love that you're doing that. Yeah. Well, and you know, your background has been so diverse and I just love the fact that you are not stopping. Like you said, you have one life, but you're, you're choosing to dabble in a lot of different things, I think. Yeah. So much value to that. You're, you're constantly learning and growing and, and just, I know it's funny to say this as an outsider, but I just keep thinking like, "oh man, kudos to you for just continuing to like push yourself." Cause it's easy to get comfortable, you know? [00:19:35] Rachel Moore: No, I don't know what that feels like. I don't know. Yeah. Thank you for saying that. Like, yeah. I, I can't imagine what it would be like to stop creating and performing. And I mean, I don't know about you. Like, it's just where, Hmm. How do I put this? Like, this is where I feel like life is. That's where I find that, you know, life, spirit or whatever you want to call it. There's probably so many words for it, but you know, to me, that's what life is about. I remember watching this documentary on a plane randomly, but I'm watching this documentary about-- oh my gosh. Her name is escaping me. " Take a Little Piece of My Heart." That singer. What's her name? [00:20:14] Lindsey Dinneen: Oh no. Oh man. You're asking the wrong person. Everyone knows that song. And I'm like, probably! I have no idea. [00:20:22] Rachel Moore: I'm refraining, I'm refraining from breaking out. It's a song, but I will not do that right now. There was this documentary about her and she was a very troubled person. And one of those people who died at 27, like in the sixties, you know, there's like a lot of people who died of overdoses and things like that. I can't remember exactly how she died and I can't remember her name. Anyway, I'm watching it. The important part is I'm watching this documentary and they said, yeah, the, the trouble, the trouble she had in her life was that when she was on stage, she thought that was, you know, the real life in the real world. And I remember sitting there, oh, it's not. I was like, oh no. I didn't realize that stage was not like the actual real world and everything else was something else in between times you're onstage. But anyway, that's kind of how I see life sometimes. [00:21:07] Lindsey Dinneen: Yeah, no, I love it. When you, when you said that line, something about, yeah, life, life is not unsafe, but I'm like, but it is. [00:21:14] Rachel Moore: I felt so strange. Cause they were like, you know, for her, for this person, this analysis was saying like, "oh, well she got so many accolades and people loving her" and I could see how, you know, it might be a problem in life if you're not understanding the difference between like people liking your art, as opposed to people responding to you as a human. I mean, you know, that's something that can get a little weird. I think sometimes for us creative folks too, having that healthy separation. But, but yeah, but just that general idea of life, real life is onstage. I'm like, "ah, I don't think I, I don't think that's true for me." Nope. [00:21:50] Lindsey Dinneen: Yeah. Nope. I would agree with you. And I definitely resonate too with, with what you were talking about of like, yeah. I don't, I, I can't relate to the idea of not continuing to learn and grow and try new things. Yeah. Literally somebody the other day in social media was talking about being bored. And I was like, man, I have no concept of bored. Like I don't remember being bored since I was maybe five. You know, I just there's so much to explore. There's so much to learn. How can you be bored? [00:22:19] Rachel Moore: I know. Sometimes I think it's so funny, and it's funny to me because I don't think it's true and I don't think it'll happen, but my husband will say like, "what if we run out of things to talk about?" and I'm like, "what are you talking about? Like, do you know how many things there are in the world that we could talk about?" [00:22:36] Lindsey Dinneen: Right. I love that. Yeah. Well, I know a few specific stories had kind of come to mind when you were contemplating how art has impacted you and I'd love if you wouldn't mind sharing some of those? [00:22:50] Rachel Moore: You bet. Yeah. I mean, I did have on my list singing my art, that aria, for my teachers and other performance things, which maybe we'll have time for, maybe not. But I think there were a couple of things that like, yeah, I really wanted to, to talk about, and I guess talking about visual art, like I remember the first time I got to go to a real art museum. So I grew up in Idaho and when I was growing up, like especially then, you know, now there's more stuff there to do, but when I was growing up, one of the bummer things was, you know, nobody would come to our town to perform. Like no big names or anything like that. That wasn't even a thing. And like the closest city to us was Salt Lake City, which is five hours away. [00:23:30] So it's like, I didn't have access to a lot of, you know, First-class high quality art or whatever. That was the bummer part. The good part was that, that meant that kind of like we're talking about like, my friends, my siblings, like we would make stuff ourselves. You know, we were, I would, they just encouraged me to like, make my own little videos and shows and stuff. So that was cool. The first time that I went to a real art museum, I had a layover in Chicago and I had time to hang out with a friend. That was in 1995. And we went to the Art Institute and I saw paintings who I love and I, and I saw like, like all these people and that's actually reminded me of another memory that I hadn't written down, but I thought about. So I told you I studied poetry in school and creative writing and stuff. A few years after this, I went to London and I went to Westminster Abbey and, you know, saw the people buried there. [00:24:22] And then, you know, Geoffrey Chaucer, I think is buried there, but then they also have memorials to like Shakespeare and Keats and Shelley. And I was just in tears, like realizing that these people actually existed. You know, I was like, oh, wow. Yeah, it's real. You know, the, they did live, you know, these, these things that they created, like are from actual people. And here's the proof, I don't know. It just hit me. Yeah. Like I said, it was just crying and happy. And so anyway, that's just a couple of little stories yet. [00:24:55] Lindsey Dinneen: Yeah, I love that. I've also been to Westminster Abbey and it is a very surreal experience when you're, you're reading these names and you go, oh, my word, like it is, it's like a transformative experience. You're like, there's hundreds of, thousands of years of history, like here, right here. It's the most crazy experience. I relate to that. Yeah. Those stories are powerful. And you know, I'm also curious and obviously you don't have to be specific at all, but I'm wondering if you've experienced-- I'm sure you have some really like interesting breakthrough moments from some of your clients that you've worked with, where it was sort of like, "oh wow. I needed that today." You know? [00:25:41] Rachel Moore: Yeah. You know, I think I actually, this kind of ties into what we were talking about earlier about, you know, maybe being a dabbler in different things or, you know, or do you have to be an expert or blah, blah, blah. I have had with a couple of clients who have, have come in and they've told me, like, I need to do this particular, you know, I need to reach this particular artistic pinnacle. And if I don't, it means I'm not an artist. And I remember, you know, early on when I say things to them, like, you know, if self-expression is something that's important to you. If, if that's, you know, what you are really going for here? Which, which it sounds like it is as opposed to sort of the ego idea, right, of being a, a whatever artist. I said, you know what, there's lots and lots of different ways that you can do that. That means that look nothing like that. You know, maybe, I don't know. I'm just going to throw this out there. Like, you know, being a symphony musician for, you know, for example, some that you may even like better. And when I, when I say that early on to some of my clients, they just look at me like, so pitifully, like I have no idea. [00:26:43] And then eventually, sometimes there'll be like, "Oh, yeah. Okay. Maybe I can do my own thing and create my own artistic life and do the things that I want to do that really speak to me that maybe other people may look at and say like, oh, that's not real art or, oh, that's, you know, I don't see that as legitimate." It's like, you know, "Hey, in my opinion, I'm like, who cares about them? This is not about them. This is about you and your life and what again, what you want to do with your one life." Right? So yeah, that's always an interesting experience. I just love it. You know, with, I know what they're thinking. They're like, "oh, poor Rachel. She just has no idea what it's really like," which that may be also be true. I wouldn't say that's not true, but yeah, it's, it's always a good discussion at least. [00:27:34] Lindsey Dinneen: Oh, I love that. I'm so glad that you bring that into your practice because I think there's-- that something that I've talked about a lot with my students, because I also teach is, you know, sometimes they'll come to me and yeah, "I have this starry-eyed vision of like, oh, I just want to dance with X company or whatever." And you know, a lot of times I talk about how there are a lot of avenues to your dreams, to reaching your dreams. [00:27:57] Rachel Moore: Oh, I like how you say that. Like I'm gonna borrow that. [00:28:01] Lindsey Dinneen: Yeah. Cause there's not one straight path. And even if you would like there to be, it just doesn't exist. So I think that having the idea in your mind of, there are lots of ways to accomplish your dreams if you're open to different opportunities, because, you know, if you're so stuck on one avenue, you're going to miss all the different spikes out that that are all of these other options too. So I love that you do that because I think that's just so important. I mean, I'm maybe not exactly exhibit A, but I have to say that, like, you know, I had the privilege of getting to dance for other companies, but it wasn't really until I branched out and started my own, that I finally was fulfilled. And that's a very risky thing to do in the dance world, just because it's like starting something from scratch, and nobody knows who I am and why should they come to see my shows and all that? And it's a lot of hard work, but oh my gosh, I've never felt more fulfilled, you know? And, and so sometimes just being open to like a different avenue, you know. [00:29:08] Rachel Moore: That's being creative, right? You know what I mean? Yeah. That's the spirit of the soul of creativity right there. Right. It's like, oh, maybe I don't have to do it like everybody else does. Or like people say I have to. [00:29:20] Lindsey Dinneen: Right. Exactly. And I just love that. Yeah. So I'm curious, I'm sure you have a lot of, well, I'm totally extrapolating so let me start over. I imagine that you have people that come to you who are maybe more in the beginning stages of their careers. And, and what advice would you have for somebody who's either kind of trying to make this happen? And it's like super nervous or whatever, or maybe they're at a point, maybe they're at a turning point in their career or they're ready to do something else. I mean, what kind of advice do you have for people who are kind of on that path. [00:30:03] Rachel Moore: Hm. Wow. You know, I'm not sure. And this, this actually might kind of open up another can of worms, which is to talk about kind of the type of therapy that I do. Because it's true that I work with therapists. A lot of people think I'm an art therapist by the way, which I'm not that's a whole nother thing, but I actually do a type of therapy called EMDR, which is Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, which is such a mouthful. But honestly what I, what I would actually do is we would start a treatment plan on that issue. So I would ask like, "okay, what's the issue you want to work with, work on? Tell me more about it." They would explain to me like, like you're saying, you know, like maybe like, "I'm not sure what I want to do. Do I want to keep pursuing this? I've got this and this issue, you know, about it." And then we would look at maybe some memories, some past history that might be affecting how they feel right now. We would talk about some present triggers that are affecting them. And then we would talk about how they want to deal with it in the future. [00:31:00] So I've just kind of given you like a little brief summary of what EMDR is like, but the idea of EMDR-- we may have traumas in the past that are affecting us now. And what happens with trauma is that it just doesn't get processed in our brain. So, I mean, I have some early artistic traumas. One of them, you know, caused me to not write a song for like 30 years after it happened. You know, I wrote a song when I was eight, got this great response from my family and then wrote another song and they kind of ignored it and said they didn't like it as much. And that caused me to not write again for like 25, 30 years. That for example, would be a good memory for me to try to reprocess. And I can tell you about what that reprocessing is like, if you want to know, but that's a whole nother thing. [00:31:45] Lindsey Dinneen: Yeah! [00:31:45] Rachel Moore: But. Well, yeah, well, okay. So here's the idea is that they think that they're not sure why EMDR works, but they think that perhaps when we're sleeping and our eyes are moving back and forth in REM sleep, that that is actually the brain processing memories, you know? So like, oh, let's see. I had a sandwich for lunch today. I think I can put that long-term storage. We won't need to grab that anytime soon, you know, that type. But when there's trauma, like, oh, I had a sandwich for lunch today and like it had a cockroach in it or something, if there was a lot of trauma around that, what can happen is that that memory will just kind of be floating around and not really have a place to land and not be processed. And then later you might find you get triggered and it's almost like you're back in that old memory and you can see, hear, feel, see the things as if it's happening right now. That's kind of the way that trauma works in our minds and our bodies. [00:32:35] And so we literally will, you know, sort of bring it, the memory and then literally do eye movements. And so I've been doing this online, but you could do it in the office too, you know, kind of with different ways to have people move their eyes back and forth to reprocess that memory. And then I'll ask them, "okay, what do you notice?" They'll tell me. I say, "okay, go with that." So we reprocess, we bring down-- that's the desensitization or part, we bring down the distress of that memory so that they can just think of it like any other memory. You don't forget it, but you're not totally freaked out about it anymore. And then the next part is like, they may have some negative connotations that come with that memory. [00:33:12] So like, you know, "I'm not good enough or I'm unsafe," things like that. We work with that, reprocess that, do the eye movements with like a more true statement, like "I'm safe now," or, you know, "I'm, I am a good person." And then the last part, which you may like this part too, being a dancer, the last part is that we pay attention to the body. So I'll ask, "okay. When you think of this memory and maybe the words, I'm a good person, where do you feel in your body?" They'll tell me, "well, I feel some tightness in my throat or my chest," something like that. And then we'll do eye movements on that. Reprocess that until the body is clear. And then we move on to the next memory. [00:33:49] So once we're done with the memories, again, you know, we talk about present situations and then we talk about how you want to deal with it in the future. So in this case, dealing with it in the future, it might be like, "okay, how do you want to approach your next your next audition," for example, and "let's talk about the positive belief you want to have about yourself in that moment." And then we work through that. So that's kind of what it's like, that's what I do. [00:34:13] Lindsey Dinneen: Oh, I love that. Well, and that's the perfect segue because I know that you are fully booked. You are obviously a very effective therapist, which is fantastic. But I know that you are now kind of in the process of creating sort of an online opportunity. So I would love if you would tell us more about that. [00:34:33] Rachel Moore: Sure. Sure. Thanks for asking. Yeah. I have done for like 10 or 12 years groups based on the book, "The Artist's Way" by Julia Cameron. We just go through like each chapter. There's 12 chapters, so it would take 12 weeks and go through each chapter. Up to this point, all the groups have been in person. Now, you know, after the pandemic or during, or wherever we are when we're recording this, I feel ready to do a program or workshop, 12 week workshop based on "The Artist's Way" online, feel comfortable enough in that venue now to do that. So I'm super excited about it and it's always, it's honestly, like one of my very favorite things to do in life is to run these. [00:35:09] Lindsey Dinneen: Awesome. And where could we maybe find out about that or, or connect with you so that when it is live, we could jump on board with that? [00:35:19] Rachel Moore: Sure. You can go to my website at rachelmoorecounseling.com. And there is the, you'll find a link to "The Artist's Way" group. You'll also find a button where you could set up a time to chat with me and I'll talk with anybody, you know, about it. We'll do a free 15 minute chat about whatever I can help you with. So if you've got questions about "The Artist's Way" group, if you need to find a therapist in California to work with, I love helping people with referrals because it can be really hard to find a therapist for various reasons. So I'm super happy to help out. [00:35:49] Lindsey Dinneen: That's awesome. Thank you. And then I do have three questions that I always like to ask my guests if you're okay with that. [00:35:56] Rachel Moore: Ah, yeah. Sounds great. [00:35:58] Lindsey Dinneen: Awesome. So first of all, how do you personally define art or what is art to you? [00:36:04] Rachel Moore: Oh, that's a great question. Wow. The first thing that comes into my mind for what it's worth is, is, is actually my friend's definition of music. And she says that in order for something to be music, it has to have a rhythm. And I, yeah, I kind of feel like I could apply that to almost all art forms, right? Like I like to do a lot of photography too, you know, just, just like in, you know, amateur photography, whatever. But I like to find like, okay, what's in the front of this photo, what's in the back? What are the patterns of this flower that I'm taking a picture of? Right? Like what's the rhythm of this. There's something in there and I could probably write or talk more about this at some point, but there's something in there about the rhythm of music or visual art or dance or writing, especially I definitely, I, when I was a newspaper copy editor, I always have to check myself because I tended to like the headlines that sounded the best rather than maybe were the best written. So I'm like, okay, wait, it has to be accurate too, not just sound great. So yeah, something about that, that the rhythm and the sound. Yeah. That's the best I can do for an answer to that question. [00:37:14] Lindsey Dinneen: I love that. I love that. Okay. And then what do you think is the most important role of an artist? [00:37:21] Rachel Moore: I know it's kind of a, that's been kind of a weird idea lately --the truth, but I think to shine a light on things that maybe for various reasons, society or people have said, you know, we can't look at this to shine a light in a way that is accessible. I think that if we just like, you know, shove things in people's faces like, eh, that's not really doing the job of art in my opinion. To invite people to see things differently, that's what I think the role of an artist. [00:37:50] Lindsey Dinneen: Yeah. Yeah. I love that. And then my final question, and I'll define my terms a little bit, but do you think that art should be inclusive or exclusive? And what I mean by that is inclusive referring to an artist who puts their work out into the world and provide some context behind it, whether it's a title or program notes or the inspiration versus exclusive referring to an artist who puts their work out into the world, but doesn't provide the context, so it's left solely up to the viewer to determine what they will. [00:38:22] Rachel Moore: Right. So I used to be a journalist. You might be able to guess where I would fall on this. I love learning about things. So for me personally, yeah, I think I'd have to go with inclusive because then I thought about this, of course just like every, I guess creative person does, you know, do we need to know the story, but like, I always want to know the story. I always want to know more about where it came from, what the context was, what it means. And I love how that can always change too. When we find out different things or we have different perspectives as a culture, like, yeah, I don't, I don't think that art ever exists in a vacuum nor do I think it should. So I'd have to land on inclusive for that, that answer. [00:39:03] Lindsey Dinneen: Yeah. Yeah. Very good. That makes sense. Yes. I guess I would have probably been surprised having talked to you if you went the other way, but yeah. Oh, I love that. Well, oh my goodness. Rachel, you are just so amazing and inspiring and I just really just want to commend the work that you do and not just for yourself. And you know, like I know even a lot of your art has been a little bit, maybe more for yourself, but you're just constantly-- I just love that you're kind of still learning and growing and you're still performing and you're doing all these cool things, but then you also have this practice and that is seriously helps other people. And obviously, you know, as an artist, I'm, I'm partial. So thank you for focusing on artists. I think that's just a gap in the market and I appreciate that. So thank you so much for what you bring to the world. I, I just want to say that I know you're making a difference and it's so obvious just even talking to you. So thank you. Thank you. Thanks for being here. [00:40:07] Rachel Moore: Thank you. Thank you. Thank you, Lindsey, for saying that. I really, really appreciate it. And it means a lot to me that, that you can see the value of having a therapist for artists, because I really think there is a lot of value in that. And thank you for doing this podcast, it's so much fun and I'm so glad that you're doing it and, and bringing artsy things into the world. It's great. Love it. [00:40:25] Lindsey Dinneen: Thank you. Yes. Oh yeah. It's, it's my happy place. And thank you so much to everyone who has listened to this episode. Please definitely check out Rachel's website and if you're so inclined, like she said, she offers these awesome 15 minute calls that you can take advantage of and really, you know, get some advice or learn more about this upcoming group that she's going to be hosting and jump on board with that too. Obviously, like I said, Rachel brings a lot of value and inspiration to the world. So definitely want to hop on with that. And if you're feeling as inspired as I am right now, I would love if you would share this with a friend or two and we will catch you next time. [00:41:07] If you have a story to share with us, we would love that so much. And I hope your day has been Artfully Told. [00:41:16] Hi friends. I wanted to share with you another podcast that I think you're going to fall in love with just as I have. It's called Harlem with a View, and it is hosted by Harlem Lennox, who was a previous guest of mine on Artfully Told and a dear friend. Just because it looks easy doesn't mean it is. There is so much that goes into the work of your creative. She wants to know how the artists got into their line of work, what inspires them, but most importantly, what keeps them going? She'd asked them about how they make it through the blood, sweat, and tears. She wants to know what it's like to live this creative life: the good, the bad, the ugly, and even the magical. So she goes behind the scenes with creatives, from different genres and she explores their history, their take on life and talks about the business of art and the dedication of making art. She has a brilliant, brilliant platform. I think you will fall in love. I highly recommend that you search for Harlem with a View. Thanks!

Every Day Light: A Reading of the One Year Daily Bible

Isaiah 51:1-53:12 Ephesians 5 Psalm 69:19-36 Proverbs 24:7 Selection from My Heart, Christ's Home: "The Library" Song: Atch - Found You Music provided by Vlog No Copyright Music. Creative Commons - Attribution 3.0 Unported Video Link: https://youtu.be/G774NKvUm88#NoCopyrightMusic#VlogMusic#VlogNoCopyrightMusic

You Made Me Watch
Grace of My Heart

You Made Me Watch

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 24:55


Married comedians Mike Bobbitt and Allyson Bobbitt are 11 years apart and have vastly different tastes in movies. Each week they go back and forth and make the other watch a movie they've never seen before. This week Mike made Allyson watch the 1996 Illeana Douglas musical Grace of My Heart. If you want to let us know what you thought about this weeks movie, or you have a movie you think we should watch, let us know. Join our https://www.facebook.com/groups/youmademewatch (Facebook group) for more movie talk! https://www.facebook.com/groups/youmademewatch Logo by Martin Butler. Follow him on Instagram @MartyButtons Theme song by Thomas Medelheim. https://www.fiverr.com/medelheim

Final Guys Horror Podcast
Final Guys 224 - Malignant

Final Guys Horror Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 92:19


This week we're cutting into James Wan's newest horror film, MALIGNANT. It involves copious amounts of trophy murder, compound fractures, and J-horror long black hair scares. But first, we're reviewing The Stylist, 30 Days of Night, An Unknown Compelling Force, Puppet Master 4, Rot, Come Play, The Blackwell Ghost, The Blackwell Ghost 2, Frogs, May, Intensity by Dean Koontz, and My Heart is a Chainsaw by Stephen Graham Jones.

Monster Dear Monster
Episode 155: Dark Twain [Dopplegängers]

Monster Dear Monster

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2021 75:03


Dave, Cameron, and Leonard, begin their discussion on Dopplegängers. They look into three films: The Final Girls (2015), Moon (2009), and The Adventures of Mark Twain (1985). Links and References from the episode: https://youtu.be/Ntf5_ue2Lzw https://dnbeats.fireside.fm https://www.demontheory.net/chainsaw/ Contact: www.monsterdear.monster @Drfaustisdead @nighttwitten @sentionautplus

Believers Church - Worship Team
Sunday Worship | September 12, 2021

Believers Church - Worship Team

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2021 35:36


Listen to Believers Church Worship for September 5, 2021, as the BC Worship Team leads us in singing: Yes, and Amen, I Exalt Thee, King of My Heart, Future/Past and Author & Finisher. The post Sunday Worship | September 12, 2021 appeared first on Believers Church.

Magic Minds Podcast
yup the Flats Episode 5 - Jason Byrne

Magic Minds Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 64:28


Hello What's the craic. Welcome back to the magic minds podcast" Stories that have the power to inspire". We are liberties number one podcast. The best podcast in Dublin 8 I'm proud to say. Today is our third episode of our Yup the flats series. on the show is Jason Byrne. Jason chats us about a life of crime, drug addiction and prison to now turning his life around. He now uses his past to help others that are struggling with addiction and mental health. Have a listen and let us know what you think and we would love to hear your feedback. EXCITING NEWS- Matt's Mindfulness and gratitude activity journal "My Head to My Heart" is now available to purchase. https://magicmindsfoundation.company.site/fbclid=IwAR1zp1r4CdFU2tOxmohGNLuCLAj247w91kFxHo90Xn2L2ugis5fLoeUt37o If you enjoy our work and would love to support us with the Publication of Matt's book then please subscribe to our Patreon Page. If you can afford to buy us a coffee or a pint once a month we would be delighted but if you cant that's ok too, you can listen for free. https://www.patreon.com/user?u=42505663. LOVE & KINDNESS TO YOU XXX Huge thank you to our Sponsors and Charities. I want to thank Niall Reilly and the team at Rooney media graphics. Also we have Liberty photos who is owned by Andy who is Matt's trusty side kick on the podcast. So if you need any photographs for weddings or birthday parties then Liberties Media Hub is the place to go. Shannon's helpline, Don't forget check out our website for more information on our previous interviews http://magicminds.ie/ Special thanks to our: Sponsors: Niall Reilly- www.rooneymedia.com Andrew O'Connell- www.libertiesphoto.ie Supports: Shannon's Hopeline - www.shannonshopeline.ie Magic Minds Podcast Team Matt Burke- Host Andrew O'Connell- Video Production & social Media Hannah Burke - Social Media --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/magic-minds/message

Magic Minds Podcast
yup the Flats Episode 4- The White Witch May

Magic Minds Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 53:00


Hello What's the craic. Welcome back to the magic minds podcast" Stories that have the power to inspire". We are liberties number one podcast. The best podcast in Dublin 8 I'm proud to say. Today is our third episode of our Yup the flats series. on the show is my pal and spiritual mentor The White Witch May. May is a holistic therapist and and a Medium. May works with clients with her huge bag of tool, reiki, meditation, massage, nutrition and mediumship. May Shared with us her journey from the flats to connecting to the spirit world. Have a listen and let us know what you think and we would love to hear your feedback. EXCITING NEWS- Matt's Mindfulness and gratitude activity journal "My Head to My Heart" is now available to purchase. https://magicmindsfoundation.company.site/fbclid=IwAR1zp1r4CdFU2tOxmohGNLuCLAj247w91kFxHo90Xn2L2ugis5fLoeUt37o If you enjoy our work and would love to support us with the Publication of Matt's book then please subscribe to our Patreon Page. If you can afford to buy us a coffee or a pint once a month we would be delighted but if you cant that's ok too, you can listen for free. https://www.patreon.com/user?u=42505663. LOVE & KINDNESS TO YOU XXX Huge thank you to our Sponsors and Charities. I want to thank Niall Reilly and the team at Rooney media graphics. Also we have Liberty photos who is owned by Andy who is Matt's trusty side kick on the podcast. So if you need any photographs for weddings or birthday parties then Liberties Media Hub is the place to go. Shannon's helpline, Don't forget check out our website for more information on our previous interviews http://magicminds.ie/ Special thanks to our: Sponsors: Niall Reilly- www.rooneymedia.com Andrew O'Connell- www.libertiesphoto.ie Supports: Shannon's Hopeline - www.shannonshopeline.ie Magic Minds Podcast Team Matt Burke- Host Andrew O'Connell- Video Production & social Media Hannah Burke - Social Media --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/magic-minds/message

MyHeart.net
Intermittent Fasting with Courtney Peterson, PhD

MyHeart.net

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 57:16


Dr. Alain Bouchard is joined by Courtney Peterson, PhD, in a discussion of intermittent fasting, from methods, effects, and current clinical trials in the field. If you are interested in participating in one of Dr. Peterson's trials, please call 205-484-5633.About the HostDr. Alain Bouchard is a clinical cardiologist at Cardiology Specialists of Birmingham, AL. He is a native of Quebec, Canada and trained in Internal Medicine at McGill University in Montreal. He continued as a Research Fellow at the Montreal Heart Institute. He did a clinical cardiology fellowship at the University of California in San Francisco. He joined the faculty at the University of Alabama Birmingham from 1986 to 1990. He worked at CardiologyPC and Baptist Medical Center at Princeton from 1990-2019. He is now part of the Cardiology Specialists of Birmingham at St. Vincent's Health System, Ascension.Medical DisclaimerThe contents of the MyHeart.net podcast, including as textual content, graphical content, images, and any other content contained in the Podcast (“Content”) are purely for informational purposes. The Content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read or heard on the Podcast!If you think you may have a medical emergency, call your doctor or 911 immediately. MyHeart.net does not recommend or endorse any specific tests, physicians, products, procedures, opinions, or other information that may be mentioned on the Podcast. Reliance on any information provided by MyHeart.net, MyHeart.net employees, others appearing on the Podcast at the invitation of MyHeart.net, or other visitors to the Podcast is solely at your own risk.The Podcast and the Content are provided on an “as is” basis.

The Morning Stream
TMS 2171: All Potatoes all the time

The Morning Stream

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 94:00


My Wife Partner. Wonton Endangerment. A Pinch Full of Scott Makes the Weed Brownies Go Down! Beer as Dark as My Heart. Assault with a Deadly Fruit. Hitler is my middle name. Head, Shoulders, Hand, Foot, Mouth...Hand, Foot, Mouth. Undesirable Utah Shrimp! Put A Little Bit Of Weed In There. Virginia Pipette is my Stage Name. Science is cool and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.

The FrogPants Studios Ultra Feed!
TMS 2171: All Potatoes all the time

The FrogPants Studios Ultra Feed!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 94:00


My Wife Partner. Wonton Endangerment. A Pinch Full of Scott Makes the Weed Brownies Go Down! Beer as Dark as My Heart. Assault with a Deadly Fruit. Hitler is my middle name. Head, Shoulders, Hand, Foot, Mouth...Hand, Foot, Mouth. Undesirable Utah Shrimp! Put A Little Bit Of Weed In There. Virginia Pipette is my Stage Name. Science is cool and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.

Long Story Short with Megan and Wendy: The Podcast
Girls Gone Hallmark: Journey of My Heart

Long Story Short with Megan and Wendy: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 31:53


Megan and Wendy wrap up Hallmark Channel's Summer Nights line up with a review of Journey of My Heart. Did you also think this movie was very similar to Chasing Waterfalls? And, most importantly, have you ever heard the Jeffrey Osborne classic "On the Wings of Love?" Email us at meganandwendy@gmail.com Don't miss our most recent regular podcast episode: Almost Fall Favorites Megan and Wendy review Journey of My Heart which premiered September 4, 2021 as part of Hallmark Channel's Summer Nights. News and Notes for Journey of My Heart This film was originally called Love on the Wings of Eagles.Journey of My Heart was filmed in and around Vancouver.According to Deck the Hallmark podcast, Journey of My Heart was produced by the same company that produced Chasing Waterfalls. Have We Watched this Movie Before? The storylines of Journey of My Heart and Chasing Waterfalls are so similar that Wendy texted Megan "This is Chasing Waterfalls with eagles." Related: Listen to our review of Chasing Waterfalls starring Cindy Busby. Why on Earth would Hallmark green light two movies within the same year that have almost identical stories? Sure, we can accept that almost all Hallmark movies follow the same formula but the same story? Instead of searching for secret waterfalls, our lead searches for a secret spot for eagles. Same landscape, same hunky tour guide, same geo-tag snafu. Spoiler: Journey of My Heart was probably the worst Hallmark movie of the year. How Do the Summer Nights Movie Rate Overall? Due to summer schedules, we only reviewed the later line up of Summer Nights which included six weeks of movies premiering July 31 - September 4, 2021. Here is our ranking of the Summer Nights line up: The 27-Hour DayLove, For RealSweet Pecan SummerA Little Daytime DramaSealed with a Kiss: Wedding March 6Journey of My Heart Hallmark Channel Fall Harvest 2021 Hallmark Channel is now heading into their bread and butter of programming. Beginning Saturday, September 11, 2021, Fall Harvest kicks off on Hallmark Channel with a brand new movie called Roadhouse Romance starring fan favorite Tyler Hynes. Look for our review on Thursday, September 16th! Catch up on our previous Tyler Hynes movie reviews! We are "Hynies," for sure. Sweet Carolina with Lacey ChabertIt Was Always You with Erin KrakowOn the 12th Date of Christmas with Mallory Jansen Who is ready for Fall Harvest?

Hallmark Heartbeats
Episode 45: Journey of My Heart Recap Love on the Wings of Eagles

Hallmark Heartbeats

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 15:22


This week, I am reviewing newest Hallmark Channel movie titled "Journey of my Heart" starring Rhiannon Fish and Darien Martin. I loved this movie. The leads had chemistry, scenery was beautiful, indigenous representation can not be expressed. I just love this movie. I did address the "Copy and Paste" quality of the ending with Chasing Waterfalls. I gave it 3.5 stars. 9/9 Interview with Rhiannon Fish and Lucie Guest, star and director of Journey of My Heart 9/13 Roadhouse Romance/ Redemption in Cherry Hills review. I will be reviewing both in one podcast. Redemption has peeked my interest. I might want to review it. 9/16 Interview with Paul Grenier and Ray Thunderchild, co-stars from Journey of My Heart. This one, yall might need tissue. I definitely had to hold back tears. There are some triggers for this interview though. We will be talking about foster care and residential schools. 9/23 Interview with Adil Zaidi, co- star of Roadhouse Romance. He also starred in Wedding March 6. He was really the only part of that movie I liked so I am excited about this interview.

Books in the Freezer - A Horror Fiction Podcast
Slashers with Stephen Graham Jones

Books in the Freezer - A Horror Fiction Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 53:01


I was thrilled to be joined by one of my favorite authors, Stephen Graham Jones, to talk about slasher stories and his latest book, My Heart is a Chainsaw. We talk about the appeal and comfort that can be found in the slasher genre and what that says about us.   Shownotes: https://booksinthefreezer.com

Groveport UMC
"The Prelude, Open the Eyes of My Heart and Leaning On the Ever Lasting Arms"

Groveport UMC

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 5:27


"The Prelude, Open the Eyes of My Heart and Leaning On the Ever Lasting Arms" Music from the September 5th, 2021 Worship Service, Groveport UMC, Groveport Ohio Jonathan Mann, Pastor

Hallmarkies Podcast
Actress Rhiannon Fish and Director Lucie Guest Interview (Journey of My Heart)

Hallmarkies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2021 32:09


Today Rachel enjoyed getting to talk to actress Rhiannon Fish and director Lucie Guest about their new film that airs tonight Journey of My Heart. Follow Rhiannon on instagram https://www.instagram.com/rhiannonmfish/ Follow Lucie on instagram https://www.instagram.com/lucieguest/ Please support the podcast on patreon at https://www.patreon.com/hallmarkies Follow us on ITunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/hallmarkies-podcast/id1296728288?mt=2 https://twitter.com/HallmarkiesPod on twitter @HallmarkiesPodcast on Instagram Check out our website HallmarkiesPodcast.com Send us your feedback at feedback@hallmarkiespodcast.com or the twitter call +1 (801) 855-6407 Follow Rachel on letterboxd at https://letterboxd.com/smilingldsgirl/ Follow Rachel's blog at http://rachelsreviews.net Follow Rachel on twitter twitter.com/rachel_reviews Follow Rachel's Reviews on youtube https://www.youtube.com/c/rachelsreviews Follow Rachel on facebook www.facebook.com/smilingldsgirlreviews Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Catholic Radio Indy Faith in Action
FAITH IN ACTION: “My Heart of Stone was Softened”: A story of reversion to the Catholic faith

Catholic Radio Indy Faith in Action

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 27:57


“My Heart of Stone was Softened”: A story of reversion to the Catholic faith - On this segment of Faith in Action, co-hosts Jim Ganley and Brigid Ayer are joined by Cheri Bush, Director of Mission Advancement for Catholic Charities who talks about her reversion story. Bush shares how her grandparents played a role in her finding her path back to the church. She also talks about how to help others seeking to join or re-join the church.

GROW Podcast
Change begins with You to Change around You

GROW Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 21:55


GROW Greatness Reached over Oppression through Wisdom After The Rain, You Can GROW in God anywhere.The Colors of the Rainbow represent Hope.The Hope and Love of God!Pass me the Sod, I'm Sowing and GROWing in different Living Colors all over the World, lifting the Oppressed, with a message for the oppressors; It is Time to GROW;Changing Hearts and Minds to GROW My Mind was made up a Long long time ago in the 60's, since  Birth about God . My Heart also; I Know I been  Changed; to GROW.  To Love me, despite what Someone else thought of Me along with the WorldTo know my own Self worth; as no one will know it for me

Talking Scared
54 – Stephen Graham Jones and Dancing with the Slasher in a 4x4 Square

Talking Scared

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 70:02


Talking Scared is a whole year old today, and to celebrate I've brought you one of the brightest stars in the horror sky, someone who is getting bigger, better and badder with each book he releases. It's Stephen Graham Jones!Stephen is here to discuss My Heart is a Chainsaw – his oh-so-meta revision of the slasher movie and the final girl. The book starts dark and gets darker, with references to every single slasher that you've seen, as well as plenty you haven't. If you say you've seen them all, you're lying. This isn't just a rehash of Wes Craven's Scream, though. As well as the tricks and references, My Heart is a Chainsaw has… well … HEART. Plenty of it. Just as Stephen says in this conversation: sincerity matters. The story matters. Stephen and I talk about our favourite slashers, the joy of childhood horror viewing, the pros and cons of the final girl trope and how you blend irony and sincerity in a work of fiction. I take him to task for always killing animals in his stories and he DOES not make it better by telling me why.Oh, and we both spend a bit of time idolising Joe R. Lansdale. Thanks to everyone who has listened this past year. I can't believe how far we've come and this show wouldn't be what it is without you. Thanks so much. Ok, sweetness over with. On with the bloodshed!Enjoy.My Heart is a Chainsaw was published August 31st by Gallery / Saga in North America and Titan in the UK. Support the show on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/TalkingScaredPodCome talk books on Twitter @talkscaredpod, on Instagram, or email direct to talkingscaredpod@gmail.com.Download Novellic on Google Play or Apple Store.

All the Books!
E326: New Releases and More for August 31, 2021

All the Books!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 43:15


This week, Liberty and Patricia discuss My Heart is a Chainsaw, Fast Pitch, Revelator, and more great books. Pick up an All the Books! shirt, sticker, and more right here. Follow All the Books! using RSS, Apple Podcasts, or Spotify and never miss a beat book. Sign up for the weekly New Books! newsletter for even more new book news. This content contains affiliate links. When you buy through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. BOOKS DISCUSSED ON THE SHOW: Sometimes I Trip on How Happy We Could Be by Nichole Perkins My Heart Is a Chainsaw by Stephen Graham Jones Fast Pitch by Nic Stone Revelator by Daryl Gregory Punderworld: Vol 1 by Linda Sejic Battle Royal by Lucy Parker For the Love of April French by Penny Aimes WHAT WE'RE READING: The Book of the Unnamed Midwife by Meg Elison We Do What We Do in the Dark by Michelle Hart MORE BOOKS OUT THIS WEEK: Forestborn by Elayne Audrey Becker Negative Cat by Sophie Blackall Father / Genocide by Margo Tamez The Real Valkyrie: The Hidden History of Viking Warrior Women by Nancy Marie Brown Song by Michelle Jana Chan On Home by Becca Spence Dobias   Moon and the Mars by Kia Corthron Exodus, Revisited: My Unorthodox Journey to Berlin by Deborah Feldman  The Women Who Changed Art Forever: Feminist Art by Valentina Grande The Royals Next Door by Karina Halle Three Rooms by Jo Hamya A Slow Fire Burning by Paula Hawkins The Heart Principle by Helen Hoang  The House of Music: Raising the Kanneh-Masons by Kadiatu Kanneh-Mason The Gambler Wife: A True Story of Love, Risk, and the Woman Who Saved Dostoyevsky by Andrew D. Kaufman  The Riviera House by Natasha Lester  Take Me With You When You Go by David Levithan and Jennifer Nivenan In the Watchful City by S. Qiouyi Lu Night Frights: The Haunted Mustache by Joe McGee, Teo Skaffa Steeped in Stories: Timeless Children's Novels to Refresh Our Tired Souls by Mitali Perkins  The Woods Are Always Watching by Stephanie Perkins  Be My Ghost by Carol J. Perry N-4 Down: The Hunt for the Arctic Airship Italia by Mark Piesing The Last Guests by JP Pomare The Devil You Know (Mercenary Librarians Book 2) by Kit Rocha  The Last Chance Library by Freya Sampson The Last Words We Said by Leah Scheier The Secret History of Food: Strange but True Stories About the Origins of Everything We Eat by Matt Siegel The Witch Haven by Sasha Peyton Smith Jane of Battery Park by Jaye Viner  In Kiltumper: A Year in an Irish Garden by Niall Williams and Christine Breen Today a Woman Went Mad in the Supermarket: Stories by Hilma Wolitzer The Annotated Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf and Merve Emre This Is Happiness by Niall Williams  My Book of the Dead: New Poems by Ana Castillo Constance by Matthew FitzSimmons  These Toxic Things: A Thriller by Rachel Howzell Hall See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Songcraft: Spotlight on Songwriters
Ep. 174 - RAMI YACOUB ("Oops...I Did It Again")

Songcraft: Spotlight on Songwriters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 70:22


SUMMARY:Our guest on this episode of Songcraft is Rami Yacoub, one of the most influential Swedish songwriters and producers of the last two decades. He joins us in a few moments to talk about his career, from early Britney Spears classics such as “Baby One More Time,” to boy band hits such as One Direction's “What Makes U Beautiful,” to recent smashes such as Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande's double platinum chart topper “Rain on Me.”  PART ONE:Scott and Paul chat with Nashville-based songwriter Arlis Albritton (cuts by Jamey Johnson, Luke Bryan, and others) about the upcoming St. Augustine Songwriters Festival, which Arlis founded. PART TWO:The guys pay tribute to a few recently-departed music legends: The Rolling Stones' Charlie Watts, Don Everly, and the great Tom T. Hall, who was a guest on the 67th episode of Songcraft - a conversation that turned out to be his final interview. PART THREE:Our in-depth interview with hitmaker Rami Yacoub. ABOUT RAMI YACOUB:As a songwriter and producer, Rami Yacoub has been involved in some of the biggest pop hits of the last twenty years. Raised in Sweden by Palestinian parents, Rami's first massive international hit was Britney Spears' “Baby One More Time,” which he co-produced with Max Martin. He and Martin went on to score additional hits with Spears, including “Oops…I Did it Again,” “Stronger,” and “I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman.” Additionally, he wrote and produced The Backstreet Boys' Top 10 single “Shape of My Heart” and NSYNC's “It's Gonna Be Me,” which was the group's only single to reach #1 on the Billboard pop chart. After co-writing P!nk's “U + Ur Hand,” he found massive success writing and producing for One Direction, including the hit singles “What Makes U Beautiful,” “One Thing,” “Live While We're Young,” and “Kiss You.” Additional hits Rami has written include “Starships” and “Pound the Alarm” by Nicki Minaj, “One Last Time” by Ariana Grande, “Unstable” by Justin Bieber, and the double platinum #1 hit “Rain on Me” for Lady Gaga, which was one of more than half a dozen songs he co-wrote for her critically acclaimed Chromatica album in 2020. The long list of artists who've recorded Rami's songs includes Demi Lovato, Celine Dion, Carl Rae Jepson, 5 Seconds of Summer, Avicii, All Time Low, Selena Gomez, Jason DeRulo, and Madonna.  

MyHeart.net
Disparities in Cardiovascular Care with Dr. Antoine Keller and Dr. Stephen Clarkson

MyHeart.net

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 63:09


How can the medical community cross the divide caused by disparities in care, and where can those lines be drawn? Dr. Alain Bouchard is joined by Dr. Antoine Keller at Baton Rouge General and Dr. Stephen Clarkson at UAB in a discussion of racial, geographic, and socioeconomic divisions affecting cardiovascular care for our communities.About the HostDr. Alain Bouchard is a clinical cardiologist at Cardiology Specialists of Birmingham, AL. He is a native of Quebec, Canada and trained in Internal Medicine at McGill University in Montreal. He continued as a Research Fellow at the Montreal Heart Institute. He did a clinical cardiology fellowship at the University of California in San Francisco. He joined the faculty at the University of Alabama Birmingham from 1986 to 1990. He worked at CardiologyPC and Baptist Medical Center at Princeton from 1990-2019. He is now part of the Cardiology Specialists of Birmingham at St. Vincent's Health System, Ascension.Medical DisclaimerThe contents of the MyHeart.net podcast, including as textual content, graphical content, images, and any other content contained in the Podcast (“Content”) are purely for informational purposes. The Content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read or heard on the Podcast!If you think you may have a medical emergency, call your doctor or 911 immediately. MyHeart.net does not recommend or endorse any specific tests, physicians, products, procedures, opinions, or other information that may be mentioned on the Podcast. Reliance on any information provided by MyHeart.net, MyHeart.net employees, others appearing on the Podcast at the invitation of MyHeart.net, or other visitors to the Podcast is solely at your own risk.The Podcast and the Content are provided on an “as is” basis.

The Boy Mom Podcast with Monica Swanson and Friends
Ep. 120: Helping Kids Recognize God's Truth from the Enemy's Lies.

The Boy Mom Podcast with Monica Swanson and Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 32:13


What our kids believe will create a roadmap for the choices they will make for the rest of their lives. Teaching kids to discern God's voice from the enemy's lies is one of the greatest ways we can help them form right beliefs which will lead to good choices.  After a traumatic life experience, Charity Rios learned what it means to "tend her heart", replacing the enemy's lies with God's Truth. Now that she has four sons, Charity is teaching them these same concepts. Charity shares how to do this in her new children's book, My Heart's Garden, which has concepts simple enough for young children to understand, but deep enough to impact adults as well. In today's conversation, Charity shares her story, gives the simple steps to tending your heart, and offers examples of how we might walk through these steps with our kids. I think you'll find it practical and encouraging! Show notes: www.monicaswanson.com/episode-120

The Witch Daily Show
August 24th, 2021 - Ouch, My Heart

The Witch Daily Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 23:20


The Witch Daily Show (https://www.witchdailyshow.com) is talking Ouch, My Heart   Our sponsor today Is Siobhan Duncan (http://www.siobhanduncan.com/witch)   Want to buy me a cup of coffee? Venmo: TonyaWitch - Last 4: 9226   Our quote of the day Is: ― "Summer was on the way; Jem and I awaited it with impatience. Summer was our best season: it was sleeping on the back screened porch in cots, or trying to sleep in the tree house; summer was everything good to eat; it was a thousand colors in a parched landscape; but most of all, summer was Dill." —Harper Lee, To Kill A Mockingbird   Headlines: (https://www.romper.com/life/these-religions-dont-celebrate-halloween) Other Sources: (https://www.healthline.com/health/food-nutrition/lemongrass-tea)   Sarah May Bates: http://www.yaywithme.com/    Thank you so much for joining me this morning, if you have any witch tips, questions, witch fails, or you know of news I missed, visit https://www.witchdailyshow.com or email me at thewitchdailypodcast@gmail.com If you want to support The Witch Daily Show please visit our patreon page https://www.patreon.com/witchdailyshow   Mailing Address (must be addressed as shown below) Tonya Brown 3436 Magazine St #460 New Orleans, LA 70115

First15 Devotional
God's Patient Heart

First15 Devotional

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2021 10:12


Today we're going to look at how incredible patient God is with us, as we begin our second day in a week long focus on the story of the prodigal son. So often we judge ourselves, we can be our own worst critic. But today, if we'll open our hearts and minds to listen and receive, we'll find a patient God whose never surprised by our mistakes, and who never casts us out in the midst of our failures and shortcomings. May the patience and love of God transform your heart today, as we spend time in his presence, engaging with his word. Our Scripture for today comes from Psalm 86:15, and today's worship is Keeper of My Heart by Kendrian & Lauren Dueck. Check out our Worship for the Weekday playlist on Spotify! ______ Are you tired? Worn out? Burned out? Something needs to change! So, we're launching the First15 Digital Retreat to help address the challenges we face in connecting with God in this frenetic cultural moment. When we look to Jesus, we see this exciting, life-giving invitation: “Are you tired? Worn out? Burned out on religion? Come to me. Get away with me and you'll recover your life. I'll show you how to take a real rest.” –Matthew 11:28 MSG Through the First15 Digital Retreat, you will make space to come, rest, and recover. Join us and speakers like Craig Denison, Aaron Niequist, Strahan Coleman, Charaia Callabrass, Ashley Abercrombie, and several more, as well like worship by First15 Worship artists like Nikki Moltz and Rachel Denison. Register today for this digital First15 Retreat at www.first15retreat.org, and get your tickets today!

The Daily Promise
Saturday Review

The Daily Promise

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2021 5:49


Saturday is review day on The Daily Promise. Every Saturday, we review the promises of the week so we can allow them to go deep into our hearts and lives. Here are the promises we covered this week. Philippians 4:11 - I Am Content in Christ. Hebrews 10:23 - I Hold Onto the Promises of God Psalm 16:11 - Jesus Gives Me Overflowing Joy. 1 Corinthians 15:22 - I Am Alive in Christ. Psalm 37:4 - God Gives Me the Desires of My Heart.

Magic Minds Podcast
yup the Flats Episode 3- Paul Mc Keown

Magic Minds Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 99:13


Hello What's the craic. Welcome back to the magic minds podcast" Stories that have the power to inspire". We are liberties number one podcast. The best podcast in Dublin 8 I'm proud to say. Today is our third episode of our Yup the flats series. on the show is Paul Mc Keown. Paul McKeon is a Higher Executive Officer in the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission in the Civil Service. He is a Equality Legislation specialist with demonstrable experience of driving change through a Legal, Policy and Civil Society context across a range of issues relating to Housing, Education, Sport, Disability, Employment, Decent Work and Socio-economic issues. Most notably, his work around the case for the inclusion of a socio-economic status ground in Irish Anti-Discrimination Equality Legislation led to a commitment in the Programme for Government 2020 for its inclusion. Have a listen and let us know what you think and we would love to hear your feedback. EXCITING NEWS- Matt's Mindfulness and gratitude activity journal "My Head to My Heart" is now available to purchase. https://magicmindsfoundation.company.site/fbclid=IwAR1zp1r4CdFU2tOxmohGNLuCLAj247w91kFxHo90Xn2L2ugis5fLoeUt37o If you enjoy our work and would love to support us with the Publication of Matt's book then please subscribe to our Patreon Page. If you can afford to buy us a coffee or a pint once a month we would be delighted but if you cant that's ok too, you can listen for free. https://www.patreon.com/user?u=42505663. LOVE & KINDNESS TO YOU XXX Huge thank you to our Sponsors and Charities. I want to thank Niall Reilly and the team at Rooney media graphics. Also we have Liberty photos who is owned by Andy who is Matt's trusty side kick on the podcast. So if you need any photographs for weddings or birthday parties then Liberties Media Hub is the place to go. Shannon's helpline, Don't forget check out our website for more information on our previous interviews http://magicminds.ie/ Special thanks to our: Sponsors: Niall Reilly- www.rooneymedia.com Andrew O'Connell- www.libertiesphoto.ie Supports: Shannon's Hopeline - www.shannonshopeline.ie Magic Minds Podcast Team Matt Burke- Host Andrew O'Connell- Video Production & social Media Hannah Burke - Social Media --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/magic-minds/message

Need-Hope.com Podcast
God's Song In My Heart

Need-Hope.com Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2021 9:08


God's Song in My Heart. Let's talk about the words that play like a song in our hearts and minds. Whatever we dwell on reveals itself in our speech and actions. What song will you choose?

Magic Minds Podcast
yup the Flats Episode 2- Mick Finnegan

Magic Minds Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 60:10


Hello What's the craic. Welcome back to the magic minds podcast" Stories that have the power to inspire". We are liberties number one podcast. The best podcast in Dublin 8 I'm proud to say. Today is our first episode of our Yup the flats series. on the show is Mick Finnegan. Mick is Mental Health professional and a survivor of sexual abuse. Have a listen and let us know what you think and we would love to hear your feedback. EXCITING NEWS- Matt's Mindfulness and gratitude activity journal "My Head to My Heart" is now available to purchase. https://magicmindsfoundation.company.site/fbclid=IwAR1zp1r4CdFU2tOxmohGNLuCLAj247w91kFxHo90Xn2L2ugis5fLoeUt37o If you enjoy our work and would love to support us with the Publication of Matt's book then please subscribe to our Patreon Page. If you can afford to buy us a coffee or a pint once a month we would be delighted but if you cant that's ok too, you can listen for free. https://www.patreon.com/user?u=42505663. LOVE & KINDNESS TO YOU XXX Huge thank you to our Sponsors and Charities. I want to thank Niall Reilly and the team at Rooney media graphics. Also we have Liberty photos who is owned by Andy who is Matt's trusty side kick on the podcast. So if you need any photographs for weddings or birthday parties then Liberties Media Hub is the place to go. Shannon's helpline, Don't forget check out our website for more information on our previous interviews http://magicminds.ie/ Special thanks to our: Sponsors: Niall Reilly- www.rooneymedia.com Andrew O'Connell- www.libertiesphoto.ie Supports: Shannon's Hopeline - www.shannonshopeline.ie Magic Minds Podcast Team Matt Burke- Host Andrew O'Connell- Video Production & social Media Hannah Burke - Social Media --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/magic-minds/message

Podcast – iKings Media: Kingdom Mentor Academy
How To Go From Worry To Refresh

Podcast – iKings Media: Kingdom Mentor Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2021 15:02


He who refreshes others will himself be refreshed.The verse I'm referring to me is one that has been a reminder to keep myself full Of Him so I can pour that out as He sees fitIt might be a podcast.It might be a IGAnd it might be a simple text.It's this “The generous man will be prosperous, And he who waters will himself be watered.”‭‭Proverbs‬ ‭11:25‬ ‭NASB1995‬‬So ... I was pondering all this and He said to me....but I think He is really saying this to you.Ready.Listen to The VinedresserDear beloved...I see how you continue to walk in trust and rest. I love how you pour your life out to bless others. How you water and tend to what I have given you.It may seem small to you. But it is not. I see you being faithful with what you think is little. It is not in My eyes.Do you know that as you water others I will move to water and refresh you?Yes child.  My love for you always moves and aides to your greatest good. Release your worrying and brooding emotions that are stuck in the trauma of years gone by or even days ago. I'm here to breath in you new life and hope. My wind will blow through your mind with My Presence and lift you up off the ash heap.If you find yourself worrying, release that to me so we can together build a new thought constructively. What is it child?I see you wring your hands and run your hand through your hair in terror and anxiety.Let me have your hands. Do you feel me caressing your face with them...rubbing your arms...lifting your face to see me through the veil that's lifted...My Face smiling .,flowing with grace.Go ahead. I'm ready for long walks and long talks with you. I am here with what feels like healing or destiny delay. You are not hidden child. I am working all things behind the scenes so you will continue be that flowing oil to share with others.Keep being full of Me and do refresh others. Remember. I take care of the lilies in the field. How much more will I care for you. My love for you is bigger that the mountains you feel.Believe. Therefore speak child.You have the message, the prophetic word, the hope for a worried soul. Beauty and splendor...radiates in you. You reflect my majesty and the intentionality of My Heart.Why? How?You are the message. You become the revelation pouring forth the prophetic, My words. You represent the design and frequencies of heaven. You are Jesus with skin on.So stop striving dear one. Begin abiding.Love the Vinedresser©Theresa M CroftJust for you...also just for you I'm opening a few spaces..It's the Find Your Voice Market Your Voice Identity Blueprint...You can find out more ...please do this... at https://iKingsmedia.com/blueprintI'd love to meet you. Ask some questions...and see if we can not find some extra ordinary solutions for your voice, your dreams, your visions.So click here to learn more.

Church For The Wild
Don't Listen To Me Episode 83: "My Heart"

Church For The Wild

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2021 75:00


On Don't Listen To Me Episode: "My Heart" Nerd, Mally & Misa discuss Drake & AUU Moms, Nerd visiting a Palm Reader, Dipset vs LOX & plenty more. With music by DJ No Answer, enjoy!

Crazy Cool Family
My Heart's Garden with Charity Rios

Crazy Cool Family

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 43:28


Every kid has emotions and often times parents do not know how to help their kid's process through them. Can you relate? This week's podcast equips all parents with an amazing tool called Tending Your Heart. Charity Rios, the author of My Heart's Garden, shares how her heart healing journey led her to write a children's book. Her freedom is beautifully written to teach kids how to take their emotions to God and replace lies for truth.  You will want to buy this book after listening to Charity! Why? Because our world is going crazy! We need God's truth to be a voice in our kid's heads and hearts. This week's podcast can equip all parents (no matter what age your kids are) to help their family walk out of the enemy's lies and into God's healing truth!  Here are links to buying the book + CCF resources:  Check it out! Go buy the book + journal!  www.charityrios.com Instagram: @claritywithcharity Facebook: Charity Rios, author www.crazycoolfamily.com  www.instagram.com/crazycoolfamily 

Magic Minds Podcast
yup the Flats Episode 1- Liz O Connor

Magic Minds Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 35:34


Hello What's the craic. Welcome back to the magic minds podcast" Stories that have the power to inspire". We are liberties number one podcast. The best podcast in Dublin 8 I'm proud to say. Today is our first episode of our Yup the flats series. on the show is a liberties legend Liz O Connor. Liz has being working as a volunteer in the community all her life. she is an amazing lady and is loved in the flats. Have a listen and let us know what you think and we would love to hear your feedback. EXCITING NEWS- Matt's book "My Head to My Heart" is now available to purchase. https://magicmindsfoundation.company.site/fbclid=IwAR1zp1r4CdFU2tOxmohGNLuCLAj247w91kFxHo90Xn2L2ugis5fLoeUt37o If you enjoy our work and would love to support us with the Publication of Matt's book then please subscribe to our Patreon Page. If you can afford to buy us a coffee or a pint once a month we would be delighted but if you cant that's ok too, you can listen for free. https://www.patreon.com/user?u=42505663. LOVE & KINDNESS TO YOU XXX Huge thank you to our Sponsors and Charities. I want to thank Niall Reilly and the team at Rooney media graphics. Also we have Liberty photos who is owned by Andy who is Matt's trusty side kick on the podcast. So if you need any photographs for weddings or birthday parties then Liberties Media Hub is the place to go. Shannon's helpline, Don't forget check out our website for more information on our previous interviews http://magicminds.ie/ Special thanks to our: Sponsors: Niall Reilly- www.rooneymedia.com Andrew O'Connell- www.libertiesphoto.ie Supports: Shannon's Hopeline - www.shannonshopeline.ie Magic Minds Podcast Team Matt Burke- Host Andrew O'Connell- Video Production & social Media Hannah Burke - Social Media --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/magic-minds/message

Radio Record
Megamix by DJ Peretse #2357 (09-07-2021)

Radio Record

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2021 50:45


01. Yves V, Hugel – Finally 02. Serge Legran – Bugatti 03. Nelly Furtado, Quarterhead – All Good Things (Come To An End) 04. Calvin Harris Feat. Rihanna – This Is What You Came For 05. David Guetta Feat Raye – Stay (Don't Go Away)(Mephisto Remix) 06. C–Bool – C–Bool – Dj Is Your Second Name (Giang Pham)(G–Love & Igor Frank Remix) 07. Capital Cities – Safe And Sound 08. Max, Johann – Hotel Room Service 09. Bastard! – You Lose 10. Major Lazer Feat. Nyla, Fuse Odg – Light It Up (Feat. Nyla & Fuse Odg) 11. Moses, Emr3ygul Feat. Alexiane – A Million On My Soul 12. Filatov & Karas – Technono 13. Ava Max – My Head & My Heart (Dj Trojan Remix) 14. Vanotek, Denitia, Arroy. Sergey Raf – Someone 15. Kshmr, Tigerlily – Invisible Children 16. Calvin Harris – My Way 17. Masked Wolf – Astronaut In The Ocean (Eric Deray & Aivann Sachs Remix) 18. Tyga, Dj Peretse – Ayy Macarena 19. Adam Lambert – Ghost Town (Dave Winnel Remix) 20. Ilkay Sencan, Vintage Culture, Yoelle, Dimitri Vegas – Superpowers 21. Oneil, Nalyro – How Deep Is Your Love 22. Feder, Ofenbach, Dawty Music – Call Me Papi 23. Sigala, Rita Ora – You For Me 24. Robin Schulz Ft. Harl? – All This Love (Amice Remix) 25. Jason Derulo – Take You Dancing (Jenia Smile & Ser Twister Remix) 26. Jonas Blue Feat. Joe Jonas – I See Love (Ruslan Rost & Rakurs Remix) 27. Hook N Sling, Galantis, Karen Harding – The Best 28. Cat Dealers, Swanky Tunes – Bring & Boy 29. David Guetta & Sia – Let's Love (Charlie Lane Remix) 30. Vinai – Touch 31. The Parakit Feat. Alden Jacob – Save Me (Feat. Alden Jacob) 32. Tesher – Jalebi Baby (Amice Remix) 33. Amor – Children 34. Tim3bomb Tim Schou – Nothing Compares 2 U 35. Calvin Harris Feat. Ellie Goulding – Outside 36. Le Pedre – Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight) 37. Mario Joy – Can T Get You 38. Zenit – Noises In My Head 39. Jaova – So Far Away 40. Shouse – Love Tonight 41. Audiosoulz, Kazadi – Let The Music Play 42. Tomcraft, Moguai Feat. Ilira – Happiness 43. Dzeko, Torres, Delaney Jane – L'amour Toujours (Tiesto Remix) 44. Thomas Gold – Pump Up The Jam 45. Loud Luxury Feat. Brando – Gummy 46. Kungs, Cookin' On 3 Burners – This Girl (Kungs Vs Cookin' On 3 Burners) 47. Duke Dumont, Channel Tres, Imanbek – Alter Ego 48. Gorgon City, Katy Menditta – Imagination 49. Modern Clvb, Katana Angels, Dayana – On The Floor 50. Lost Frequencies – Are You With Me 51. Tones & I – Dance Monkey (Dj Noiz Remix) 52. Chael – Don't Speak (Feat Kaii Amice Remix) 53. Dj Peretse, Jane Santiago – Billie Jean 54. Martin Garrix – Animals 55. Ida Corr, Fedde Le Grand – Let Me Think About It (Celebration Mix) 56. Hayden James, Running Touch – Better Together 57. Audiosoulz – Dancefloor 58. Fedde Le Grand, 22bullets – Bang Bang 59. Axwell & Ingrosso – More Than You Know (Reznikov Remix) 60. Rompasso – Take 61. J. Balvin, Skrillex – In Da Getto 62. Drenchill Feat Indiiana – Never Never 63. Steve Aoki Feat. Icona Pop – I Love My Friends 64. Klaas, Jona Selle – Daylight 65. Noize Generation, Stefy De Cicco – Faded 66. Meduza Ft. Becky Hill, Goodboys – Lose Control (Andy Jarvis Remix) 67. R3hab, Jolin Tsai – Stars Align 68. Oneil – You're My Heart 69. Hugel, Stefy De Cicco, Hugo Cantarra, Nikol Apatini – 4 To The Floor 70. Dj Peretse X Koysina – Sky 71. Bodybangers – Again 72. Inna – Oh My God 73. Stylezz, Rude Boy – Make You Fly 74. Ally Brooke Feat. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie – Lips Don't Lie (R3hab Remix) 75. Avicii – Levels 76. Matt Nash – Know My Love 77. Aronchupa – The Woodchuck Song 78. Calvin Harris, Rag'n'bone Man – Giant (Amice Remix)

Exactly Enough Time
Tech Stories

Exactly Enough Time

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2021 14:13


I have this cute air freshener that hangs in my car that says, “Do more of what makes you forget to look at your phone!” The other day I was thinking how absolutely absurd that would have sounded to someone living before the year 2000. I mean why on earth would they be looking at their phone or perhaps not wanting to look at it too much?As we daily navigate this constantly evolving and advancing digital and media-rich world, we are witnesses to unprecedented technological changes AND change is always the genesis for story. Today's micro show is an opportunity for you to think about your personal tech story. What are the moments, events, purchases and interactions that are most memorable looking back now and what are the details you don't want to forget in the future?

The Cabral Concept
1947: Heart Health, PEMF Hertz, Weak Legs, Multiple Sclerosis, Baked Potato Dangers, High Iodine Diets (HouseCall)

The Cabral Concept

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2021 24:26


Welcome back to our weekend Cabral HouseCall shows! This is where we answer our community's wellness, weight loss, and anti-aging questions to help people get back on track! Check out today's questions:  Jen: Hi Dr. C! Do you have any knowledge or history working with patients with Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Dysplasia (ARVD)? I'm wondering if you have any advice on natural ways to support the body. Thank you for all you do! Karen: Hi there Dr. Cabral and thank you for all you do! I have listened to your previous podcast on PEMF mats and appreciated the information. I don't fully understand how PEMF works but recently read that 10-15 gauss is required to stimulate adenosine receptors to reduce inflammation. The Healthy Line website for the PEMF mat you recommend states that their PEMF operates at 7.8 hertz but makes no mention of gauss. Can you explain the difference and help me to better understand what I should be looking for in a PEMF mat? Thanks a ton! Kathy: Dear Dr. Cabral, I've run the big 5 labs and done all the protocols with Equilife to address my imbalances, so I feel really great thanks to you! I have a recent concern I cannot solve. I've danced flamenco for a couple years now and we always do intense footwork, but only recently I find that all my leg muscles feel extremely weak after only 5 minutes of work, to the point where I'm in significant pain - it's like I have no muscle strength or energy in them - and the next day I'm super sore. Up until a few months ago, I never had this weakness, pain or soreness. I do the foundational protocol level 3, and also take the cal-mag 2 - 4 caps per day (based on my HTMA results). I've tried adding creatine but with no change. Can you point me toward what can be causing this? Is it possibly a mitochondrial issue or perhaps metabolic? Thank you and I appreciate you so much! -Kathy Pip: Hi Dr Cabral, Would love your thoughts on my questions about Multiple Sclerosis. I’ve had a search on your podcasts page but didn’t find exactly what I was after. I know that you believe that all (well most!) diseases can be prevented, so what would you say to someone who was showing multiple symptoms of MS but hadn’t been formally diagnosed yet, but the possibility of it had been mentioned. There’s obviously no cure for MS so what would you suggest if this was one of your family members in this situation? Thanks so much, I appreciate your thoughts! Maria: Forever grateful for your knowledge ! I recently heard that baking potato (starchy foods) causes the formation of a harmful substance‘ acrylamide’, which can be carcinogenic. Apparently it is from the chemical reaction of certain sugars and the amino acid asparagine from high temp cooking. Furthermore, if you eat Baked potato it is recommended to not eat the skin, or just better to steam or boil. I’ve never heard of this before so was wondering of if you have ! Thank you Sarah: Hi Dr Cabral, Thanks so much for providing us all with such great information. I constantly recommend your podcast, You are a superstar! I have bradycardia. My Heart rate is consistently around 55... and drops below 50 during sleep. I’m awaiting my thyroid panel blood results. I am certain that I am hypothyroid, my TSH was 3.65 and I’ve just convinced my doc to run further tests. I have had mixed information about iodine, I have listened to podcasts suggesting supplementing with iodine but after reading Dr Christiansons book ‘the thyroid reset’, he explains that there is too much iodine in the diet.. and I do feel less fatigued after reducing it. I just wondered what your thoughts were on this and also is there anything I can do to bring my heart rate up to a normal range? Thanks so much, Sarah x Thank you for tuning into today's Cabral HouseCall and be sure to check back tomorrow where we answer more of our community’s questions!  - - - Show Notes & Resources: http://StephenCabral.com/1947 - - - Get Your Question Answered: http://StephenCabral.com/askcabral   - - - Dr. Cabral's New Book, The Rain Barrel Effect https://amzn.to/2H0W7Ge - - - Join the Community & Get Your Questions Answered: http://CabralSupportGroup.com - - -  Dr. Cabral’s Most Popular At-Home Lab Tests: > Complete Minerals & Metals Test (Test for mineral imbalances & heavy metal toxicity) - - - > Complete Candida, Metabolic & Vitamins Test (Test for 75 biomarkers including yeast & bacterial gut overgrowth, as well as vitamin levels) - - - > Complete Stress, Mood & Metabolism Test (Discover your complete thyroid, adrenal, hormone, vitamin D & insulin levels) - - - > Complete Stress, Sleep & Hormones Test (Run your adrenal & hormone levels) - - - > Complete Food Sensitivity Test (Find out your hidden food sensitivities) - - - > Complete Omega-3 & Inflammation Test (Discover your levels of inflammation related to your omega-6 to omega-3 levels) - - - > View all Functional Medicine lab tests (View all Functional Medicine lab tests you can do right at home for you and your