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Justify Your Existence
11/29/21: Post-Egg Bowl conversation with Matt Wyatt

Justify Your Existence

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 35:26


With the 2021 Egg Bowl in the books, Parrish Alford and Matt Wyatt take a look back and share their thoughts on what's to come. They talk Matt Corral vs. Will Rogers, assess where Mike Leach is in year two at Mississippi State and ponder whether a coach that was 0-5 in the Egg Bowl (as Jim Harbaugh was against Ohio State going into Saturday) would get a sixth try at it. They also discuss Lincoln Riley's jump from Oklahoma to USC. Be sure to follow more from Matt Wyatt on Twitter and MattWyattMedia.com. For more coverage from Parrish, follow him on Twitter or in our

Big Gay Fiction Podcast
Ep 348: Big Gay Fiction Book Club November 2021: "The Lights on Knockbridge Lane" by Roan Parrish

Big Gay Fiction Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 50:43


Jeff & Will discuss the delightful holiday romance "The Lights on Knockbridge Lane" by Roan Parrish. As always, in our book club chat there are spoilers ahead so keep that in mind if you haven't read the book yet. Make sure you keep listening after our discussion to hear the first chapter of the audiobook, narrated by Michael Dean. Complete shownotes for episode 348 along with a transcript of the show are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com. Big Gay Fiction Podcast is part of the Frolic Podcast Network. Find many more outstanding podcasts at frolic.media/podcasts!

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
Gonzaga blasts UCLA. Next up: Duke on Friday. Plus: picks, previews for all Thanksgiving weekend (College Basketball 11/24)

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 59:50


The epic clash between no. 1 ranked Gonzaga and no. 2 ranked UCLA was much flatter than expected. In fact, Gonzaga dominated. Parrish and Norlander break down what went right for the 'Zags in their Las Vegas showdown. Plus, is the WCC good enough to deserve four teams this year? The guys break that down as well PLUS give their Final Four and one picks a few days early to prepare for the first LIVE podcast that hits on Sunday. Watch and Subscribe to the Channel HERE: https://t.co/ntPj2TeEuG (1:20) Gonzaga demolished UCLA (19:38) Can the WCC get four teams in the big dance? (28:22) Cincinnati...improved already? (33:28) Parrish and Norlander make their Final Four and One Picks (55:10) Must Watch Holiday games Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Justify Your Existence
11/22/21: Egg Bowl preview

Justify Your Existence

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 42:43


It's Egg Bowl week, and the whole crew is together to preview the 118th gridiron battle between Mississippi State and Ole Miss. Parrish Alford, Stefan Krajisnik and Michael Katz answer the big questions heading into Mississippi's biggest football game of the season: How healthy are both teams going in? In what ways are both teams different since the start of the season? Which team has the better quarterback? Who wins the battle between Charles Cross and Sam Williams? For more coverage this week, follow Parrish, Stefan, and Michael on Twitter Follow the latest news in our exclusive Ole Miss and

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
Big Ten (and ACC + Pac-12) off to a rough start; Big East and Big 12 soaring; weekend picks + preview (College Basketball 11/19)

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 72:15


The Big 10 as a whole has had a rough start to the college basketball season as the Gavitt Games have left a bunch of bruises on some resumes. Parrish and Norlander break down what this could mean for the season at large PLUS the Final Four And One picks for this weekend. (00:45) The Big Ten is in T-R-O-U-B-L-E (22:05) How has Gary's Top 25 plus one changed since March (27:02) Norlander's Nuggets (40:49) Final Four And One previews and Picks Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Baylor Connections
Danielle Parrish

Baylor Connections

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 23:00


As a young social worker in the 1990s, Danielle Parrish noticed significant gaps in the support provided to young women in the juvenile justice system. She's since dedicated her career to changing that. Dr. Parrish today serves as a professor at the Houston campus of Baylor's Diana R. Garland School of Social Work. In this Baylor Connections, she shares the needs faced by this at-risk population and how advancing beyond siloed care can lead to better outcomes for their future.

The Black Shutter Podcast
Ep 45 - Parrish Lewis

The Black Shutter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 67:08


Tune in to Episode 45, where we speak with Chicago-based portrait, commercial and unit stills photographer, Parrish Lewis about taking leaps, betting on himself, and answering to his calling. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blackshutterpodcast/support

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
No suspension for Duke's Paolo Banchero; Big East, WCC off to great starts; the Big Ten is suspect already; Loyola Chicago to A-10 (College Basketball 11/17)

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 70:09


It's the second Tuesday in the college basketball season and the day was loaded with news and notes -- and then games happened! Michigan becomes the first top five team in the country to lose a game, the Virginia Cavaliers get stomped by the Houston Cougars and BYU looks like an unstoppable wrecking machine early in this season. But first, Parrish and Norlander must discuss Duke's Paolo Banchero and his citation for aiding and abetting DWI of his own jeep. Plus, Sister Jean and the Ramblers of Loyola Chicago are moving to the Atlantic 10. Check out Matt Norlander's piece on the Missouri Valley possibly expanding HERE: https://www.cbssports.com/college-basketball/news/missouri-valley-conference-loses-loyola-chicago-but-pursuing-murray-state-ut-arlington-and-kansas-city/ (02:15) - Duke's Paolo Banchero gets cited with aiding and abetting DWI and still plays against Gardner Webb! (21:48) - Michigan loses to Seton Hall at home. (29:05) Illinois/Marquette recap (36:00) UNC tested by College of Charleston (41:32) UVA spanked by Houston (45:31) BYU rolls Oregon (51: 37) Loyola Chicago to the A-10! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
Drew Timme + Gonzaga romp Texas; UCLA-Villanova was awesome; recapping the rest of opening weekend (College Basketball 11/15)

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 76:01


The opening weekend of College Basketball didn't give us just one but two awesome games this weekend, but first Norlander and Parrish discuss broken water heaters, long cross country flights and Sunday night Dwight Yoakam concerts. The guys then recap Texas taking an L when they visited no. 1 ranked Gonzaga, add in a "Drew Timme is likely the National Player of the Year Conversation" and get to Friday night's UCLA/Villanova game and more! (08:00) More teams should play ranked opponents (13:55) Gonzaga/Texas recap (17:29) Drew Timme is awesome (37:57) GP gives parenting tips (40:46) UCLA/Villanova recap (50:52) Florida/Florida St recap Read Norlander's piece on Drew Timme HERE: https://www.cbssports.com/college-basketball/news/gonzagas-drew-timme-the-top-player-in-the-nation-had-his-best-game-to-lead-the-no-1-zags-over-no-5-texas/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
Nova-UCLA, Texas-Gonzaga lead our first weekend preview and picks; NCAA fires back at Oklahoma State (College Basketball 11/12)

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 60:56


The College basketball season's first weekend starts with a massive slate of games that will determine how we see a bunch of the contenders. But first, Parrish and Norlander dive into the NCAA reprimanding Oklahoma State fans for sending threats to NCAA officials. Also, the first college basketball weekend also means the return of the Final Four plus one! Find out who Parrish and Norlander have picked to emerge victorious this weekend! (1:01) Oklahoma St. gets reprimanded by the NCAA (11:59) Jim Hayford resigns (23:00) SMU at Oregon Preview (30:00) Nova vs UCLA Preview (36:00) Texas at Gonzaga Preview (44:00) Florida State at Florida Preview (51:00) SDSU at BYU Preview Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Power Trip
HR 3. - Parrish Falls Asleep - The Power Trip

The Power Trip

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 39:57


Mark Parrish talks about the Wild being the comeback kids as of late, Marney Gellner talks about the timezone change and how it affects pro athletes with the help of former NHLer Mark Parrish, and Mark Parrish goes In The Box!

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
The season is finally here!: Champions Classic recap and other news and notes (College Basketball 11/10)

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 46:59


The Season is HERE, Norlander is recording from Madison Square Garden and Parrish is recording from his hotel room. They open with an important life question for us all: when is it not okay to eat leftover pizza? Then they break down the main event of the Champions Classic -- Duke vs Kentucky. Did everyone underestimate what the Blue Devils can be this season? Is Paolo Banchero the real deal? The guys answer these questions and more. Plus other news and notes from a very noisy opening night in College Basketball. Watch and subscribe to the Eye on College Basketball Youtube Channel HERE (4:12) - Duke/ Kentucky recap (11:20) - Paolo Banchero is awesome (19:55) - Kentucky takeaways (26:00) - Kansas/Mich St. breakdown (36:26) - Other news and notes from opening night Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
The season is (almost!) here: Champions Classic picks/preview for Kansas vs. Michigan State, Duke vs. Kentucky (College Basketball 11/08)

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 64:57


t's the first college basketball YouTube podcast ever! (Don't fact check that.) The season is nearly here, as Parrish and Norlander open the show with a mention of the first game of the season: Manhattan vs Manhattanville, of course. Then they get to the real stuff: breaking down the awesome slate of Champions Classic games. First: No. 3 Kansas Jayhawks vs. the Michigan State Spartans, then the final matchup between Coach K and Coach Cal, as No. 9 Duke takes on 10th-ranked Kentucky. The pod closes with a few college hoops headlines from over the weekend and the other games to know for opening night.  0:00 Intro (13:31) - Parrish and Norlander break down Kansas vs Michigan State (30:00) -The guys break down Kentucky/Duke (49:02) - New Rule changes come to College basketball Subscribe to the Eye On College Basketball Youtube Channel! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeFb_xyBgOekQPZYC7Ijilw Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
Time for our big predictions: NCAA Tournament, Final Four, national champ, plus sleepers and more (College Basketball 11/5)

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 65:44


Subscribe here to the brand-new Eye On College Basketball Youtube Page Spoiler alert! Parrish and Norlander give their picks on the Final Four, championship game and who will win it all. The guys then dive into this year's crop of tournament sleepers, as well as some of the teams that might not make the tournament at all! The episode closes with Norlander giving a dozen regular season and tournament predictions for this upcoming year. 9:10 - Parrish and Norlander make their Final Four picks 22:00 - Title game picks 29:30 - Tournament sleepers 38:00 - Season predictions Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
College hoops picks, predictions, season preview: Gonzaga leads our best-of-the-rest teams for '21-22 (College Basketball 11/02)

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 55:37


Our final conference-related preview for the 2021-22 season hits on a sweet 16 set of teams you need to know about now that there's -- you ready? -- just ONE week until the season begins! Parrish and Norlander open the show by discussing what would prevent Gonzaga from being a No. 1 seed/living up to expectations, and then at the 19-minute mark, the guys get into Norlander's list of the 15 best non-Gonzaga teams from outside the power-conference structure. Come here to find your future Cinderellas, but even more than that, some of the veteran-laden mid-major teams that will work their way near or into the top 25 this season. ALSO: Eye on College Basketball will be both a podcast in audio AND video form beginning next week. We'd love if you tuned into the show on YouTube. Tap here to subscribe to the channel and get alerts every time the podcast goes up. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Normandy FM
Final Fantasy X, Episode 7: The Snap feat. Ash Parrish

Normandy FM

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 120:12


It's time for the turning point of Final Fantasy X, as we head into Macalania Temple. Ash Parrish returns as we talk through Wakka's racism, Yuna's transformation, and Seymour's truth. Enjoy the show! Become a Normandy FM patron: http://patreon.com/normandyfm Follow us on Twitter: Normandy FM: @normandyfmshow Eric: @seamoosi Kenneth: @shepardcdr Ash: @adashtra

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
League preview, picks, predictions: The SEC (College Basketball 10/29)

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 51:57


Our final big conference preview homes in on a league that could send as many as eight to the tourney. Parrish and Norlander save their longest league preview for last, as the SEC has eight compelling teams with realistic chances of making the 2022 NCAA Tournament. The league breaks down into three tiers: some combination of Alabama, Kentucky, Arkansas and Tennessee. Then a quartet of Alabama, Mississippi State, Florida and LSU. And then the other six teams, of which at least one could reasonably be the surprising breakthrough and finish in the top half of the conference. Let's dive in. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Power Trip
HR. 2 - Fogged And Wet - The Power Trip

The Power Trip

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 36:59


Hawk and Parrish talk about Derek Boogaard, Marney Gellner joins from Milwaukee where she talks Wolves, including the very nice interview with Patrick Beverley she had recently, and Marney describes a Halloween costume!

American History Tellers
Roaring Twenties | Anxious Decade | 5

American History Tellers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 50:30


The Roaring 20s are often described as a time of optimism and decadence, teeming with flappers, jazz and bootlegged liquor. It was the decade that birthed modern America. But with that birth came growing tensions over civil rights, the urban-rural divide and other culture wars.Historian Michael E. Parrish captured the period in his book Anxious Decades: America in Prosperity and Depression, 1920 -1941. In this episode, Parrish joins host Lindsay Graham to discuss Ponzi schemes, the birth of celebrity culture, and how the lessons learned from the ‘20s still resonate today.Better Help- American History Teller listeners get 10% off their first month: betterhelp.com/tellers.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Bad Science
MYSTERIOUS PLANET w/Jeff Parrish + Andy Richter

Bad Science

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 47:37


On this week's episode of The Good, The Bad, and The Science we are talking to Andy Richter and Jeff Parish all about the Discovery Plus Original "Mysterious Planet"! Listen now to learn more about Komodo Dragons, Spectral Tarsiers and more incredible animals! Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/goodbadscience to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Our Missouri
Episode 56: ”A History of Missouri” – William Parrish (Bicentennial Book Club, Part 16)

Our Missouri

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 32:58


In honor of the state's 200th birthday, Our Missouri will feature a series throughout 2021 entitled "Bicentennial Book Club," which highlights influential books related to Missouri and examines how scholars, historians, and authors dissect major topics in the state's history. So, join the "Book Club" to hear about award-winning publications that detail the state's diverse history, as well as the stories behind the stories featured within their pages. In this episode, William Parrish discusses his writings on Missouri's Civil War and Reconstruction history, the origins of the multi-volume "Missouri: The Heart of a Nation" and "A History of Missouri," and the evolution of scholarship over his sixty-plus year career. About the Guest: William Parrish holds a PhD in History from the University of Missouri. He is Professor Emeritus of History at Mississippi State University. He is the author of several books, including "David Rice Atchison of Missouri, Border Politician," "Turbulent Partnership: Missouri and the Union, 1861-1865," "Missouri Under Radical Rule, 1865-1870," and "Frank Blair: Lincoln's Conservative."

Classic 21
Save My Soul - Dean Parrish - Purple Mountain Majesty - 25/10/2021

Classic 21

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 7:50


Dean Parrish, un cas atypique, puisque chanteur blanc, et qui deviendra icône de la scène northern soul avec ''I’m On My Way''. Dean Parrish nous a quittés cette année. ---Replongeons dans cette période bénie, entre sixties et seventies, une époque où les 45 tours se vendaient par millions, et parmi ces quantités astronomiques de galettes, des disques tantôt rares, tantôt introuvables, que les DJ’s de l’époque faisaient tourner dans les clubs branchés et spécialisés en soul music. ''Save My Soul'' avec Jean-Yves Louis, le lundi à 13h45 sur Classic 21 dans Lunch Around The Clock.

TAC Talks
Program Management in Acquisition

TAC Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 35:17


The application of program management best practices within the acquisition framework increases transparency, empowers business owners and stakeholders to drive key decisions, and enhances VA's efforts to efficiently and effectively acquire goods and services within the established cost, schedule and scope of the procurement.  Not only does this support VA in effectively meetings its mission, it enhances the Veteran experience through successful execution and delivery of products and services that support delivery of care and benefits.     In this episode, we are joined by Mr. Michael Parrish, who was appointed Principal Executive Director for the VA's, Office of Acquisition, Logistics, and Construction (OALC) on March 1, 2021. Mr. Parrish also serves as Chief Acquisition Officer, and senior most advisor to the Secretary, managing and overseeing all acquisition activities for the Department. Mr. Parrish has over 35 years of senior leadership experience in military, government, corporate, and non-profit organizations. A retired Colonel, Mr. Parrish served for 14 years on active duty and 21 years in the U.S. Army Reserves as a Senior Army Aviator and Army Acquisition Corps Officer, serving as an Air Operations Officer during Desert Storm.  Joining Mr. Parrish on this episode's panel is his Deputy, Mr. Phillip Christy, the Deputy Executive Director for the VA's, Office of Acquisition, Logistics, and Construction. Mr. Christy serves as an advisor to Mr. Parrish on acquisition, logistics, and construction issues. He has served in multiple senior acquisition, construction, and logistics positions during his 20-year career. He is responsible for the day to day operational management of OALC's Office of Procurement, Acquisition and Logistics which is made up of the Technology Acquisition Center, the National Acquisition Center and the Strategic Acquisition Center. In addition, Mr. Christy is a retired U.S. Army Medical Service Corps Officer.

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
League preview, predictions, picks: The American Athletic Conference (College Basketball 10/19)

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 36:27


We're again loading up our preseason podcast schedule by delivering you episodes almost every weekday from now up until the opening day of the season. The first of our league previews is on the American, which has two Final Four contenders (Houston, Memphis), three more NCAA Tournament hopefuls (Wichita State, SMU, UCF) and then a drop-off in the bottom half of the league. Norlander and Parrish spend the first half of the episode discussing the top two, then get into the need-to-knows with the other teams. A fun unexpected music discussion wraps this episode, spurred by a controversial ranking from Norlander that has nothing to do with basketball teams. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
Parrish and Norlander give quick reaction and analysis of the 2021-22 preseason AP Top 25 poll (College Basketball 10/18)

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 33:20


Monday brought about the latest bit of news that has us geeked for the season to get going: the release of the preseason AP Top 25. GP and Norlander detail who made the rankings, what surprises -- if any -- and give some time to St. Bonaventure, which finds itself with an AP ranking next to its name for the first time since 1971! The guy also discuss the KenPom rankings getting released over the weekend, and at the end of the pod, make their picks for unranked team most likely to break into the top 10 and ranked teams most likely to miss the NCAA Tournament. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Power Trip
HR. 1 - Rock You Like A Hurricane - The Power Trip

The Power Trip

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 67:58


No Cory this morning but Sauce, Hawk and Halvy share what they thought of the Vikings thrilling win over the weekend, Gophers VOX Mike Grimm recaps the Gophers win including the winning score that helped him fulfill his obligations to the Power Trip, and Sauce talks about not getting Gopher Hockey tickets through Parrish!

Pensacola Expert Panel
10/18/21 - Chamber Connection - President Todd Thompson

Pensacola Expert Panel

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 25:25


Dr. Jerry Parrish joins the Chamber Connection to discuss the economy in Florida since the start of Covid, and how we are seeing growth despite the pandemic. Dr. Parrish also attributes it to the tourism industry.

Two Guys and a Podcast
Paranormal Investigation: High Hill Church

Two Guys and a Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 44:36


We have Special Guests along Jarred Aaron and Martha Saloma, As we investigate High Hill Church in Parrish, AL --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/twoguypodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/twoguypodcast/support

Big Gay Fiction Podcast
Ep 338: Christmas Lights and Halloween Scares with Author Roan Parrish

Big Gay Fiction Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 48:22


To kick off the holiday season, Jeff & Will welcome Roan Parrish. The conversation starts with Christmas and Roan's holiday romance "The Lights on Knockbridge Lane." The book, the third in the "Garnet Run" series, is historic in that it's the first time an m/m romance has been a part of a Harlequin series line. Roan talks about the romance between Adam and Wes, writing about pets that aren't cats and dogs, as well as writing her first ever child character. Shifting gears to Halloween, we discuss Roan's Audible Original "Strange Company." This collection of creepy short stories includes a mix of old and new stories perfect for the season. Roan shares her love of Halloween and scary things, as well as the experience of working with her girlfriend, Timmi Meskers, who composed the music for the production. Complete shownotes for episode 338 along with a transcript of the show are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com. Big Gay Fiction Podcast is part of the Frolic Podcast Network. Find many more outstanding podcasts at frolic.media/podcasts!

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
Coaches dish on cheating in college hoops, best new hire and who replaces Coach K as the biggest coach in the sport (10/07)

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 70:02


Welcome to the the final slow news week for college basketball until the middle of April. Parrish & Norlander take you inside more of their exclusive conversations with coaches by discussing the results of their Candid Coaches series, which is wrapping this week. Links to the stories are posted below. The ep opens with coaches' belief that Oklahoma and Texas leaving for the SEC is bad for college basketball. Then: Why is cheating clearly increasing (14:10) even though NIL is now a fabric of the sport? Topic No. 3: Will the G League Unite program and Overtime Elite (32:00) appreciably impact the viability and appeal of college hoops? Best new hire (46:15) was a blowout; Texas' Chris Beard won big. And with Coach K leaving, who will become the most prominent face of college basketball (54:00) going forward? • Best coaching hire? • Is cheating getting worse in the age of NIL? • Will G League and Overtime meaningfully worsen college hoops? • Oklahoma and Texas leaving the Big 12: good or bad for the sport? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Broads You Should Know
Half-Hanged Mary — The Woman Who Survived Multiple Witch Accusations and a Puritan Lynching Attempt [Caitlin Parrish]

Broads You Should Know

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 34:52


This week, special guest Caitlin Parrish tells us the story of "Half-Hanged" Mary Webster. Accused of witchcraft more than once in her lifetime, she does not escape the noose - but you'll have to listen to find out the rest! Her story predates the Salem witch trials by several decades and she is an ancestor of Margaret Atwood's, inspiring her poem "Half-Hanged Mary" and one of the dedicatee's of The Handmaid's Tale. — A Broad is a woman who lives by her own rules. Broads You Should Know is the podcast about the Broads who helped shape our world! 3 Ways you can help support the podcast: Write a review on iTunes Share your favorite episode on social media / tell a friend about the show! Send us an email with a broad suggestion, question, or comment at BroadsYouShouldKnow@gmail.com — Broads You Should Know is hosted by Sara Gorsky. IG: @SaraGorsky Web master / site design: www.BroadsYouShouldKnow.com — Broads You Should Know is produced by Sara Gorsky & edited by Chloe Skye

Moore Success Team Calls
Jimmy Parrish B2B

Moore Success Team Calls

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 17:42


Mr. Parrish is a $250,000 Ring Earner & was recognized at this month's international convention for the following 2020 honors: The Production Achievement Award for 19,000 personal sales; Top 10 for Power Team Retention; & Top 10 Solutions Trainer of the Year. Jimmy is also a Millionaire Club member, Regional Trainer for the South Central […]

Insert Credit Show
Ep. 204 - Hoodie Bones, with Mathew Kumar and Ash Parrish

Insert Credit Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021


Leading game industry professionals and Insert Credit Show regulars Mathew Kumar and Ash Parrish rejoin the panel for Mario voice cast announcements, Bayon3tta, and esports.

Teen Wolf ReWolf Podcast
Episode 91: Said the Spider to the Fly

Teen Wolf ReWolf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 51:13


Christian and Julia are back for the super senior season of the Teen Wolf ReWolf, Season 6B. Kicking it off with the season opener, Said the Spider to the Fly, they begin their conversation through the theme of responsibility and inevitably move on to talking about Parrish's flame-retardant pants. That's the way it is, Wolf Pack!

Straight From The Cutter's Mouth: A Retina Podcast
Episode 313: Discussion with Dr. Richard Parrish, Academic Publishing and Building an Academic Career

Straight From The Cutter's Mouth: A Retina Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 25:14


You can now claim CME credits via the AAO website. Visit https://www.aao.org/browse-multimedia?filter=Audi

Market Proof Marketing: New Home Builder Marketing Insights
Ep 167: The Nationals with Lisa Parrish

Market Proof Marketing: New Home Builder Marketing Insights

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 39:26


Kevin Oakley is joined by Lisa Parrish, Chief Creative Chick at Team PMP - Peter Mayer Productions, who has been producing homebuilding industry awards shows on a national level for over 35 years. They discuss why every sized builder has either a person, a place, or a space worth being recognized and how to submit and enter to win The Nationals awards. The post Ep 167: The Nationals with Lisa Parrish appeared first on Online Sales and Marketing for Home Builders - DYC.

Market Proof Marketing: New Home Builder Marketing Insights
Ep 167: The Nationals with Lisa Parrish

Market Proof Marketing: New Home Builder Marketing Insights

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 39:26


Market Proof Marketing · The Nationals with Lisa Parrish Hello new podcast format! Let us know your thoughts as we experiment with having our guest episodes as stand-alone episodes. Also be sure to check out Kevin's recent "Digging Deeper Into Buy Online with Denise Dersin from Professional Builder" interview and learn more about the upcoming Market Proof Marketing Academy happening on December 1-3, 2021 here >>> www.marketproofacademy.com Kevin Oakley is joined by Lisa Parrish, Chief Creative Chick at Team PMP - Peter Mayer Productions, who has been producing homebuilding industry awards shows on a national level for over 35 years. They discuss why every sized builder has either a person, a place, or a space worth being recognized and how to submit and enter to win The Nationals awards. They also discuss: How entering the awards helps builders present, make a case, and make a compelling story to present what you have accomplished. How a builder was originally reluctant to enter their project for awards ended up entering, winning, and then was able to utilize their awards to get more market share where they build. How to become a judge either at a local or national level. The shift to virtual events, virtual hybrids events, and the return to in-person events. The Nationals deadline to submit for entries is October 18, 2021, Enter Here: www.thenationals.com/entry-information Questions? Comments? Email show@doyouconvert.com or call 404-369-2595 and we'll address them on the next episode. More insights, discussions, and opportunities in the Market Proof Marketing Facebook group. Subscribe on iTunes —> https://now.doyouconvert.com/mpm-itunes Follow on Spotify —> https://now.doyouconvert.com/mpm-spotify Listen on Stitcher —> https://now.doyouconvert.com/mpm-stitcher  A weekly new home marketing podcast for home builders and developers. Each week Kevin Oakley, Andrew Peek, and others from Do You Convert will break down the headlines, share best practices and stories from the front line, and perform a deep dive on a relevant marketing topic. We're here to help you – not to sell you! The post Ep 167: The Nationals with Lisa Parrish appeared first on Online Sales and Marketing for Home Builders - DYC.

Annoyed Not Offended
EP 47: Life of a Wife with Jazzmine

Annoyed Not Offended

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 37:02


Back and better after a cute 2-week break! However, we have a great explanation as to why we were missing in action. It just so happened that we were a part of a wedding! Syd is joined by longtime friend and newlywed, Jazzmine aka Mrs. Parrish. We can say that the wedding was pretty much the event of the year and a beautiful occasion. Yet, despite the joy in the air we knew a few annoyances would lurk in the shadows. For this episode we'll quickly chat about how people go about annoying newlyweds with probing questions. Don't think those annoying questions will stop once you say "I do", there are a whole host of new questions people will annoy you with. If you're curious to take a peak at those gorgeous wedding photos we discussed, give Mrs. Parrish a follow on Instagram at @JazzParrish__ If you haven't already, make sure to follow the podcast on Instagram and Facebook @AnnoyedNotOffended. https://linktr.ee/AnnoyedNotOffended  Let me judge your annoyances both big and small to see if you should be annoyed or offended. Email them to AnnoyedNotOffended@gmail.com.

MMA Fighting
We Got Next, Ep. 1: Ben 'Big Tuna' Parrish & Matt Bessette

MMA Fighting

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 82:55


On the debut episode of We Got Next, MMA Fighting's Mike Heck speaks with Ben Parrish (6:13) to recap his upset KO win over Christian Edwards to kick off the main card of Bellator 266 this past weekend in San Jose, proving the doubters wrong, how he got started in the sport of MMA, the genesis of his "Big Tuna" nickname, not currently being signed to the Bellator roster, his interest in fighting veterans such as Quinton Jackson and Yoel Romero, his mom getting booted off of MMA Reddit for defending him, and much more. Matt Bessette (45:24) discusses his dominant third-round submission win over Ryan Dela Cruz to capture the lightweight title and become two-division champion in the main event of CES 64 on Friday night and subsequently announcing his retirement, when he made the decision to call it a career, a painful injury he's been dealing with for the last several years that he's never publicly revealed before, if anything would get him back in the cage, the most memorable fights of his career, and more. Follow Mike Heck: @MikeHeck_JR Subscribe: http://goo.gl/dYpsgH Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/u8VvLi Visit our playlists: http://goo.gl/eFhsvM Like MMAF on Facebook: http://goo.gl/uhdg7Z Follow on Twitter: http://goo.gl/nOATUI Read More: http://www.mmafighting.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

MMA Fighting
We Got Next, Ep. 1: Ben 'Big Tuna' Parrish & Matt Bessette

MMA Fighting

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 82:55


On the debut episode of We Got Next, MMA Fighting's Mike Heck speaks with Ben Parrish (6:13) to recap his upset KO win over Christian Edwards to kick off the main card of Bellator 266 this past weekend in San Jose, proving the doubters wrong, how he got started in the sport of MMA, the genesis of his "Big Tuna" nickname, not currently being signed to the Bellator roster, his interest in fighting veterans such as Quinton Jackson and Yoel Romero, his mom getting booted off of MMA Reddit for defending him, and much more. Matt Bessette (45:24) discusses his dominant third-round submission win over Ryan Dela Cruz to capture the lightweight title and become two-division champion in the main event of CES 64 on Friday night and subsequently announcing his retirement, when he made the decision to call it a career, a painful injury he's been dealing with for the last several years that he's never publicly revealed before, if anything would get him back in the cage, the most memorable fights of his career, and more. Follow Mike Heck: @MikeHeck_JR Subscribe: http://goo.gl/dYpsgH Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/u8VvLi Visit our playlists: http://goo.gl/eFhsvM Like MMAF on Facebook: http://goo.gl/uhdg7Z Follow on Twitter: http://goo.gl/nOATUI Read More: http://www.mmafighting.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Sarah's Book Shelves Live
Bonus Episode: Double Booked with @gilmoreguide (A New Podcast Series for Patrons)

Sarah's Book Shelves Live

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 58:24


Today, we're bringing you a sneak peek of a new podcast series for patrons!  Double Booked is a monthly series where a co-host (Catherine of Gilmore Guide to Books and Susie from Novel Visits will alternate months) and I will each share our own book recommendations in the same format as the big show (2 old books we love, 2 new books we love, 1 book we didn't love, and 1 upcoming release we're excited about). Moving forward, these episodes will be available to “Superstars” patrons for $7 / month (join here). This post contains affiliate links, through which I make a small commission when you make a purchase (at no cost to you!). Announcements Along with this Double Booked bonus episode series, “Superstars” patrons will get: My 2022 Rock Your Reading Tracker (normally $14.99) Summer Reading Guide Supplement (additional summer reading recommendations from patrons and hopefully previous podcast guests). Everything in the “Stars” tier ($5 /month) Highlights Our ongoing search for the right word to replace “love” when talking about books that deal with really tough topics.  A chance in Catherine's reading preferences. If there should be a word count limit on book titles. The fiction trend Catherine is sick of. Sarah's Recommendations [8:39] Two OLD Books She Loves Plague Years: A Doctor's Journey Through the AIDS Crisis by Dr. Ross Slotten | Buy from Amazon | Buy from Bookshop.org [8:47] The Defenseby Steve Cavanagh | Buy from Amazon | Buy from Bookshop.org [18:49] Two NEW Books She Loves When I Ran Away by Ilona Bannister | Buy from Amazon | Buy from Bookshop.org [27:43] Nowhere Girl by Cheryl Diamond | Buy from Amazon | Buy from Bookshop.org [34:43] One Book She DIDN'T LOVE Razorblade Tears by S.A. Cosby | Buy from Amazon | Buy from Bookshop.org [41:39] One NEW RELEASE She's Excited About Beautiful Country by Qian Julie Wang (September 7, 2021) | Buy from Amazon | Buy from Bookshop.org [48:48] Catherine's Recommendations [5:49] Two OLD Books She Loves The Last Mrs. Parrish by Liv Constantine | Buy from Amazon | Buy from Bookshop.org [14:35] Other People's Housesby Abbi Waxman | Buy from Amazon | Buy from Bookshop.org [23:47] Two NEW Books She Loves Margreete's Harbor by Eleanor Morse | Buy from Amazon | Buy from Bookshop.org [31:37] Hamnet by Maggie O'Farrell | Buy from Amazon | Buy from Bookshop.org [38:11] One Book She DIDN'T LOVE In My Dreams I Hold a Knife by Ashley Winstead | Buy from Amazon | Buy from Bookshop.org [44:58] One NEW RELEASE She's Excited About The Book of Magic by Alice Hoffman (October 5, 2021) | Buy from Amazon | Buy from Bookshop.org [53:04] Other Books Mentioned The Great Believers by Rebecca Makkai [12:07]  The Prettiest Starby Carter Sickles [12:07]  The Two Mrs. Grenvilles by Dominick Dunne [17:26] Thirteen by Steve Cavanagh [19:07] The Plea by Steve Cavanagh[23:11] Sorrow & Blissby Meg Mason [30:50] The Northern Reachby W.S. Winslow [31:44]  Commonwealthby Ann Patchett [34:06]  Blacktop Wastelandby S.A. Cosby [42:41]  The Girls are All So Nice Here by Laurie Elizabeth Flynn [46:03]  Practical Magic by Alice Hoffman [53:50]  Magic Lessonsby Alice Hoffman [53:56]  The Rules of Magicby Alice Hoffman [55:48]  About Catherine Gilmore Blog | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Catherine started The Gilmore Guide to Books over 6 years ago after wrapping up a career as a corporate librarian. She loves books and reading (surprise!) and currently lives in Ann Arbor, MI.

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
Duke lands huge get in 5-star Dereck Lively Jr.; with JJ Redick retiring, we rank the 10 most famous college basketball players from this century (09/21)

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 45:11


READ: Parrish's column on Jon Scheyer | Norlander's column on 50 things to know 50 days before the season starts Just who are the 10 most famous men's college players of the past 20 years? We answer that question on this episode, and it's because JJ Redick — who is certainly one of the 10 — announced his retirement from the NBA on Tuesday. But before that, other Duke news: the Blue Devils landed five-star big man Dereck Lively Jr. Monday night, a huge coup for Jon Scheyer. Parrish and Norlander lead on that, then get ranking the biggest names in the sport, and wrap with Norlander talking the season ahead. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Bloody Babbles
Ep. 73 The Case of Geraldine Parrish

Bloody Babbles

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 34:01


Another Nate suggested episode! This one was short but man what a dick she is!!! Promo is our friend at Stolen From Me Podcast! Angry Gnome Apparel link: https://angrygnome.shop/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bloodybabbles/support

Touchdowns and Tangents
The Aura is in the Execution ft Journalists Nick Hamilton and Lukas Parrish

Touchdowns and Tangents

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2021 94:04


#LetsTalkAboutItRIP David PattenSpecial Guest Nick Hamilton Raiders vs RavensThursday Night Football Football news#CollegeFootballNewsOregon upsets Ohio State in OhioAlabama vs Florida. Saban is 23-0 against his assistants12th ranked UCLA vs Fresno StateArkansas beat TexasBig 12 official adds members #TakeOrTangent Colts will take place with the first ever in-Season Hard Knocks. Taylor Lewan tweets, “Thanks for exposing me Chandler Jones.” #TouchdownOrTurnoverDisney streaming football Tune in to find outwww.touchdownandtangents.com

Spiritual Dope
Lisa S. Johnson

Spiritual Dope

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2021 65:21


From the photographer of the critically acclaimed 108 Rock Star Guitars comes a new collection of beautifully shot guitar photos, documenting the legendary instruments of B.B. King, Kurt Cobain, St. Vincent, The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix and more than one hundred and fifty legendary rock icons. Armed with a macro lens, an incredible eye for detail, and a truly inspiring vision, Johnson and her guitar art are taking the world of fine art photography on a rock and roll ride. Far from still life, Johnson's work conjures the abstract yet also possesses a very sensual and ethereal aura, illustrating the intimate wear and details of each instrument featured.Johnson's debut book, 108 Rock Star Guitars, received rave reviews and in Immortal Axes, she raises the bar even further, capturing the imagination of music fans everywhere. Each intimate photograph is accompanied by a touch of musical history, an anecdote or great personal storytelling moments, making this stunning book a must-have not only for guitar lovers but for every reader who wants to know more about their favorite guitarists and the instruments they cherish. Additional artists and bands include: Jimi Hendrix, Elvis Presley, Peter Frampton, Steve Hackett, Metallica, Black Sabbath, Jimmy Page, Albert Lee, Glen Campbell, Johnny Cash, Tom Petty, Lita Ford, Susanna Hoffs, Eric Clapton, Keith Richards, Malcolm Young, Dave Grohl, Nancy Wilson, Michael Anthony and Suzi Quatro to name a few.  Lisa S. Johnson's stunning photos and her body of work have led to collaborations with the Malibu Guitar Festival, Museum of Making Music, and Museum of Design Atlanta. She collaborated with former Editor-in-Chief of Guitar World magazine and author Brad Tolinski for Immortal Axes. Johnson lives in Las Vegas, Nevada with her partner and two boxer dogs. She is also an avid Kundalini yoga teacher on her instagram platform @Cosmic_108. Connect with Lisa at www.108RockStarGuitars.com and on insta @cosmic_108 Brandon Handley 0:40 It is crucial dope. I'm on here today with Lisa s. Johnson. She is coming here to us by way of a guest you may or may not recall from the game here. with fresh Shaw, that's how you and I connected Lisa and Lisa. She's got a couple of really awesome books, guitar and books that she's put on the winners on all about those two here in a second. And she also does a weekly Kundalini course on Instagram under cosmic 108. But this one should tell us a little bit about who you are. What made you feel a spiritual dove was is a place for you to be right now. Lisa S Johnson 1:15 Well, hey, Brandon, thank you so much for having me on as a guest today. I really appreciate it. And it was really cool that we did meet through Paresh who I know through Kundalini Yoga, we went through Kundalini Yoga training together. And he's also rock and rollers. So it was interesting that he and I really connected in class before we even know, we were both into rock and roll. So. So that's how things weave together. And that brought me to you spiritual dope, which I love that name. Because it's kind of telling of the times and connecting to the youth generation really, because to say spiritual dope, kind of, you know, get the younger person interested. And we can talk about things spirituality, and things that are going on in the world in more of a hipper way. So it's really fun to take part in that. My background is that I come from a musical family in northern Canada, where I grew up until I was 23. And I was born in California, though, so I have my California roots until age seven, and then lived in Canada, then moved to Florida. And I ended up going to college for photography, which led me to a job for 10 years with the Eastman Kodak company. And I ended up living in Memphis, Tennessee, and going to the Unity Church. And my father growing up told me I was not allowed to date musicians. And so I he was a musician, so and still is. And so I was at the Unity Church picnic, and the guitar player from church asked me out on a date, and I accepted and we started dating. So I called my dad and said, Hey, Dad, I'm, I'm dating a musician. However, he is the guitar player at church, and he owns a vintage guitar store. And my dad being a guitar player said, Hey, if he ever gets in and gets a mandolin, I've always wanted one. And you know, he's not a touring musician. So that doesn't matter. You can you can date him. So that was the beginning of my photographing guitars, because my boyfriend then Hank said, I told him about this request of a vintage mandolin. And he got one in two weeks later, and I said, how much I want to buy that from my dad. And he said, You can't afford it. But if you photograph some guitars, for me, I have to sell that I don't want to sell, I'll trade you for the mandolin. So that was it. And I photographed these amazing vintage guitars for him and I fell in love with my photography for the first time. So I really was drawn into photographing guitars in a spiritual way, because I was going to the Unity Church, which is a non denominational church and what attracted me too, it was that they would always read a passage out of Chicken Soup for the Soul, you know, Joseph Campbell, and, and, and they would relate it to a passage in the Bible. So it wasn't you know, like this indoctrinated you know, where I grew up in the Catholic Church, you know, it was fun, at the end would always sing a song holding hands, the whole congregation, let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me. And so that was the beginning of my spiritual journey. And at that point, I was probably 2425 Ah, you know, and of course, my spiritual journey did begin when I grew up, I started in the Catholic Church. By the age of 14, I already realized that God was within me, that I didn't need to go to church to be with God. And that gave me a lot of peace. And I always felt God with me and I've always prayed. But then when I found the Unity Church, I actually because it was more of a spiritual feeling. And I they had a bookstore there and I my first spiritual books that I bought was Wayne Dyer, and Louise Hay and Shaco Wayne. And these books really and you know, the first really spiritual book that I read before that even at 18 was thinking go Grow Rich, by Napoleon Hill. And if you read Shakti, Wayne's creative visualizations, basically, it's the same concept. You know, you, you are what you think, you know, what you speak manifests into reality. And that was Napoleon Hill's whole premise. You know, if you think you're going to be negative and talk negative all the time, that's what you're going to attract. And if you talk positive, and think positive and and visualize your goal, then that's what's going to manifest. And so this is how I've lived my life and manifest in my life since I was 18 years old. So just to conclude, I, I went to college for photography, and I ended up moving to New York City. And I got this job with Kodak. So I was in New York, and then Memphis. And I ended up shooting those guitars in Memphis. And then I got sent back to New York. And I thought, if I'm going to shoot guitars, I may as well shoot famous ones. So Les Paul played every Monday night at the Iridium room in Manhattan, and I started going down there, and I eventually met him and he let me photograph his guitar. So that was the first famous guitar I photographed. And then 12 years later, he ended up writing the foreword for my first book, 108 rock star guitars. And then I ended up in a car crash in between all this and my neck got jacked. After, after I moved to Las Vegas from New York City. And that led me to a chiropractor who told me that Vikram yoga would be really good for me. And so I started taking their chrome yoga classes became a victim yoga teacher, studied yoga philosophy, read Autobiography of a Yogi, and it totally changed my life. And then, almost 20 years later, I was introduced to Kundalini Yoga. Through the modern day priestess training that I started that I, I took, I'm a modern day priestess as well. And we did Kundalini Yoga every day. So that's how I ended up in the Kundalini, cosmic 108 Saturday morning classes to share the yoga technology and the tools of yoga to help us previously, just in regular times, but now especially even more in these really trying times on the planet. Brandon Handley 7:25 of the story, I love the journey that you know, I mean, first time, Ed, a musician, of course, is when the dad says no. Right? And that's the that's right. There's your proven out of principle, right out of thinking Grow Rich, like whatever you focus on what manifests sure very. So you know, he's focused on for you was what manifested for you. So he played a part in that. And that, you know, the journey towards photography and photographing these these guitars, right, and cars is going for it. Just saying this is this is what kind of sets my soul on fire, and looking for ways to make that happen. Exact so cool. Yeah. So thanks. Thanks for the background. Right. So what I like to start this off with is the idea that, hey, we're all spiritual beings. Right? And that source speaks through us right now I sources speaking through you, to me, to somebody on the other end, that is listening to this podcast today. What is something what's a message that can only be delivered through you to that person today? Lisa S Johnson 8:38 Okay, well, I'm just going to go with what channels right through instantly, that's where you got to go. And so mine is via channel, B channel. So ask your higher guides, or whatever God is for you, make me a channel of a higher will. This is how we received the messages from the universe and from our guides and angels, through our, our cosmic antenna, our auric field, which the ark line is a part of our bigger auric field. And so the ark line is the seventh body of consciousness that we have out of 10 light bodies of consciousness, the 3d body, the gross body, that's only one body, we have seven additional. So the Arc Line is, is the seventh body. And it's the way that we send and receive signals to each other, that can be sent even over vast spaces of time, you know, for one country or area or planet to another. And it's important to keep your antenna clean and clear. If it's dirty, it's got a lot of static in there. You can't send your signal and you can't receive signals. So that means I'm not communicating effectively or I can't receive others communications effectively. So this is one of the reasons why we do spiritual work meditation and movements. So that we can clean and clear all of our bodies, including that that radar antenna, the Arc Line. So that is how I would channel something that no one else could receive from any other place other than through me, because I'm sending it through my Arc Line through my channel to your listeners right now. And I have often asked my guys make me a channel of a higher will, so that I can hear and see the unseen. Brandon Handley 10:32 What is Oh, I think that's fantastic. open yourself up to be a channel to begin with, say, Make me your channel, allow me to be a channel. I've been trying to do this whole thing myself this entire time. What else kind of let it flow through me? What's a way that we can clear tailor my sales of this? Boy, how do I clean my sale? Lisa S Johnson 11:00 It's easier than you think. I mean, people say I can't meditate. Oh, I can never meditate. Okay, so yes, everyone can meditate. And everyone can clear their channel. And here's how. First of all, you can sit and you have to make meditation, super simple and easy, especially in the beginning. And while you're meditating, you're cleaning your arclight. Okay, so this is the same answer for both things. So first of all, you sit and we you invoke you do an invocation to clear the space, stage yourself, you know, stage the room with Palo Santo or stage what happens. Then you do an invocation, bringing in your guides and teachers, and then you do movements. So for example, one way to clear your Arc Line, your antenna is inhaling and turning your head to the left, and exhale and turning your head to the right, because that's cleaning and clearing the space right in front of your face and to the left into the right. And then if you tuck your chin into your chest, you rotate your head around a big neck circles. This is cleaning the Arc Line, you're going in a circle and it's clean exactly that area in your in your Arc Line in your auric fields. Then we use breathwork inclusively, you know a lot of deep inhaling, exhaling or rectifier pumping the belly and equal pumps. And this is distributing energy in the body and sending your Kundalini energy from the base of your spine, all the way up to the top of your crown chakra. So all of your chakras are getting a burst of energy as you're pumping the belly in. So and then you quiet the mind you do the work, the movement opens the body and allows you to sit in meditation and be more calm. And still, even when you're super calm. You can close your eyes, look into your third eye center, your sixth chakra, and that that stimulates activates your pineal gland, which is your your tool your gland for extrasensory perceptions, and how we can learn to connect and with our subtle body with using extrasensory perception so we can feel energy around us more we can hear what someone is saying without them actually saying it. And all of this clears your archive and your intent just to very quickly, you know, give you a summary of how you how you clear it. So it's through breath movement, meditation. Brandon Handley 13:29 That's great. So you got a twofer there. Alright, you can do a little bit a little bit of both at the same time. One thing that definitely has been hugely impactful for me this past year has definitely been the breathwork. And it sounds like that's a big part of Kundalini Yoga. We're a couple that with Autobiography of a Yogi, right, is this Kundalini Yoga? associated? Specifically with like I was at the Southeast Asia foundation. Yeah. Through. You went through the priestess Lisa S Johnson 14:05 training? I did. Yes. So, Yogi, paramahansa Yogananda. He was a Kriya. Yogi. So that's what we do include aleni we do Kriya Yoga. And that means that we do yoga postures from the 84 Classic asanas that Austin as is of your means yoga posture, we do we pull from there. And on top of that, we also always use mantra, meditation mudras. We use our our throat or our throat. To every class, we incorporate these aspects. And this is called Kriya Yoga. So guys like guru Singh, who's been a longtime kodaline Teacher, he also come through lineage of Yogananda, and so to why so I really kind of relate to him in that way. So we're doing Kriya Yoga. But the thing about Kundalini that makes it more advanced is that it's really teaching the science of yoga, and yoga as a technology as tools that we use for self healing. First, we heal the self, then we can heal others, and we heal others through our energetic field. So as we amplify and expand our electromagnetic frequency, through the movement, and the meditation and the breathwork, and all that, we're expanding our electromagnetic field and our auric field gets bigger and brighter and stronger, and more radiant, and more attractive to other people. And it then it starts to just attract all the right people to and it spells all the negative stuff out. And then there's no room for any negative anymore. So even when the worst shit is flying around this planet, right now, you can learn and use these tools to be able to stay calm, in the midst of this chaos that we're in and send your light out in every direction. super big and super powerful. And when we sit and meditate, especially on full moons, and new moons, because these are the the doors of the portals of the planets when the planets line up when the Moon and the Sun and Earth are lining up. And they're lining up with other stars that happen throughout the year. These create portals, we just had the big Lionsgate portal on August 8. And this is a time when energy frequency and vibration funnels into the planet and upward levels, our DNA and our our electromagnetic frequency and our ESP and our overall consciousness on the planet. So right now, we're going through hell. But we're going through hell to get to heaven. Because heavens on the way. And it's on the way, and I know it is because I study the yugas. And that's what Yogananda used to teach the yugas and his his teacher Shri you test guar. He's the one who wrote the book, the science of yoga, and he speaks all about the yoga so we can get into that if you'd like it's just one of my favorite topics. Brandon Handley 17:18 Well, yeah, I mean, we absolutely get into that we have a lot. I love the concept. And I think I remember like, first of all, you know, Autobiography of a Yogi, what a great book write a really, really great book, fun to read. And so it was like being on that adventure with them as as he kind of goes through his life. And then I think he did talk about it. Did he talk about yoga technology, and there are not likely to finish it up with that. Lisa S Johnson 17:47 Remember, you remember him specifically saying yoga as a technology? But I bet he did. Because you shriek test suar he saw I'm sure the technology because of these. The the chart of the yoga is that he created and I mean, they they knew the science of yoga. So Brandon Handley 18:07 Oh, yeah, that's, that's not new to that. No, it's not it's not new to them. And by that, I mean, like, the whole Indian Lisa S Johnson 18:16 culture, and just like how people are way more advanced than us. 100% Brandon Handley 18:20 I mean, look, I mean, we're, I mean, we're like crawling, right? And in terms of like, our just general conscious capabilities. That's my thing. Right? I just kind of where we are in terms of, of civilization like that. It's really learn how to as you I think you talked a little bit about harnessing your mind right, and just really getting in there. So you also need to talk about these portals. I want to just hit on. I love Lionsgate, right. Just just I love Lionsgate portal, mostly because of the memes and the social media that come along with it because it's very entertaining. But I think it also offers like, you know, through through the entertainment edutainment, right like it's so opens that up to somebody even if they laugh at it or joka. Like it becomes a seed somewhere. Right. So, what tell us a little bit about more, right if I was about Lionsgate Okay, we'll talk about that. Yeah, sure. Yeah. Lisa S Johnson 19:24 Well, there is a star named Sirius. I'm sure you're aware of it most. Everybody knows about the star Sirius. It's also called the dog star. And it is the brightest star in the sky. It's the North Star. So the Sirius star in August from July 26 to August 12. The dog star begins to rise in the morning with our son. So there's two suns in the sky. So you may have seen recently a lot of photos with two suns in the sky and people are going What's up, there's two sons. Well, this happens every year because the Sirius star is rising with the sun. So that is in alignment of Sirius that is supposedly a planet where the Syrians come from. And they that planet Sirius is aligned now with our sun, which is aligned with our Earth. So that is creating a shaft, a portal, it's going straight through to planet earth, showering the planet earth with that energy frequency and vibration. What was really extra special this year was that we have the new moon exactly in the path. So with serious sun, moon, earth, so this was especially powerful. Just like on the new moon and the full moon, those are especially powerful times and for us to set intentions. So that's why we do new moon and full moon intention setting and clearings. So, in on top of this, the Sirius star is in alignment with Orion's belt that has three stars. And those three stars were aligned with the tip the points of the three pyramids in Giza. So, I mean, why were the pyramids built? Who built the pyramids? You know, did they build them exactly to line up with, you know, Stargate Ryan, you know, was that how serious came in and maybe maybe people for, you know, whatever you want to call them, aliens. Other other types of beings came down, and were able to access Planet Earth, and maybe they that's how, you know, when we when we send the shuttle off, for spaceships off, it has to coincide in line with, you know, the planets and things moving around in the sky. So it's the same thing, if another entity wants to come on a spaceship to Earth, maybe there has to be certain portals that takes for them to come down. And maybe that's why the pyramids are pointing up to those three stars. So that's what happened on August 8, so July 26, to August 12. That is the portal opening and closing. So begins just like you see, you know, the moon, the moon slowly going from full moon to you know, New Moon, we have that energy shift as well, during that date, but August 8 is the apex of that alignment and the most powerful day. So that's where everyone does a ceremony on August 8, but we really do the work from July 26, all the way through to August 12. To get that full, you know, you can utilize the energy, this is what we have to use to upgrade our consciousness, we need to utilize these tools that are given given to us by God really through the makeup of our cosma cosmos, we're really need to utilize the tools which we've forgotten to use because they've dumped us down with freaking TV with even Disneyland. I mean, it's the dumbing down of our society. I mean, they just finished some state just passed the law that you don't have to be able to know math or read to pass your high school examination. Really. And there's there's no lot of modesty anymore. Every album cover every every video, you see, it's just people wearing hardly anything. It looks super hot and sexy. Hey, yeah, I get it. I see it. But it's not. It's not serving our youth culture. They're growing up thinking what do you want to be when you grow up? Oh, I want to be a rock star. Brandon Handley 23:40 Well, I always I always make that joke. My own joke anyways about like tipper gore and our board back in the day, right? When they were trying to you know, kind of pull back some like to live crew and and all those other albums. But this isn't really this isn't benefiting anybody. And then it was a freedom of expression man and you know, but really, it's a you know, there's this interjection right injection of just kind of like this, this continues to type and this this. Why would we encourage Lisa S Johnson 24:20 that? Well, it starts to encourage disrespect or kind of a lack of respect. I think it's Brandon Handley 24:29 respect even. Yeah, Lisa S Johnson 24:31 I mean, talk to any kids today about dating, and how to date I mean, it's dating online, they meet online or, and what do they do? They share pictures back and forth. And you know, how many pictures and how kinds what kind of pictures you know, and languaging that goes on online and just the music I mean, last year, the Best Song of the Year, was, like the most vocal vulgar title ever like I can't even I can't even think of what it is right now. But it's like really bad. Brandon Handley 25:07 Is it that cardi B song? Like fat or something like that? Alright. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it's interesting where that's, that's, I agree, right? It's kinda like was, was that gonna be enough? But anyways? Look, it is what it is, in that regard. Lisa S Johnson 25:29 I'm gonna have to change, things are gonna have to change because I believe you're right, you're breaking down the morality of our whole society. And, hey, pick up my boxers. You can see one of them there. Yep. Brandon Handley 25:45 But I'm just like you were saying earlier? Do you see like kind of having on the horizon? Right? Are you seeing a change and a shift in consciousness yourself? Lisa S Johnson 25:55 I am. And I'm hopeful. Because even though things don't seem like they're elevating, I see a lot of things changing. I haven't see a lot of people doing yoga. I mean, of course, I've been in I've been doing yoga and teaching yoga for 20 years now. And the yoga community is a billion dollars, something like a $70 billion business. So there's a lot of people doing yoga, and even if they're not doing meditation, it's the precursor to meditation. Because doing the movement of yoga, if you're going to Chaga class or, you know, Bikram yoga class or vinyasa of some kind, what have you, you're going through the motions, you're doing the physical aspect, just know that that's only one aspect of doing your. So But yeah, I think a lot of people are doing yoga, and that is helping them to find some sense of their body, feeling their body and feeling their extrasensory perceptions. And that over in time is going to lead people to self inquiry. And if that self inquiry expands your consciousness, and we learn how to deal with ourselves and calm ourselves, and then we can learn to deal with the next person in our family, or brother or sister or spouse, whatever, we get to practice every day, the tools of yoga, being patient and compassionate and just with not only with other people, but with yourself. And that transcends to when you go to the grocery store and working with that person at the slow with the tail, and you're in a hurry. And, you know, trying to deal with that emotions, the emotions and the irritation that you have, and, or, you know, watching the news, and you know, seeing the world being Polaroid rise right now. And just learning how to look at it on a macro level. So you don't get all caught up in the details in the micro level in your world and allow it to upset your world and upset your body and upset your body to a point of this discomfort and disease and disease. And, and, you know, I think that's been happening on our planet for a long time. And we're we've got a disease on this planet right now. We're really diseased in more ways than one being personified by a disease COVID right now. And we're polarized on that subject, too. So it could help. We're going to help us through all of that and get to the other side. Brandon Handley 28:30 That's the cleaner. Yeah. The antenna cleaner. Yeah, that's it right. And get it all get it all situated. I mean, you got to start somewhere. And I think that it's impressive to see just how fast Yoga has taken into the US. Right. And it's been growing, I think at a fairly rapid clip. Understanding is my real low level understanding since I've been in the States, you know, since around 1900, or when whenever Yogananda came over, give or take, yeah, correct. Yeah. Now, I want to use HostIn while you were talking about the serious story, he talks about the Syrians. Was that like, you know, what he's saying there? Lisa S Johnson 29:15 Well, there's no way that we are the only intelligent and living life in the entire cosmos in the entire Milky Way. Galaxy number one, and then there's something like 100 million, probably infinite number of galaxies, and then every galaxy has like 500 billion stars. I mean, there's just no way we're the only living I mean, at one point dinosaurs rule for planet Earth. Reptiles that didn't speak English that look pretty freakin scary. So there could be, you know, the Draco's, they say is if species. They look like lizards or what have you, and they might just come down on the earth. That would be kind of scary. They might eat people we don't really know. Do I believe they're Pleiadians? Yeah, I do. I think that's a star. And I do think that there are living entities there and why maybe they're the ones coming down here and doing this crop circles, because the crop circles are a, I believe a phenomenon of UFO within me difficult. You've seen recordings of the little white balls that fly around and suddenly and, you know, very quick speed of lightning time, there's this amazing geometrical, perfectly mathematical structure that humans can do. They tried in the middle of the night to do it in the middle. And you know, there's no way I mean, it doesn't it's not a sophisticated and they can tell the difference of the grass. So why they haven't been able to help us out a little bit more? I think because we have to help ourselves out of it. Because otherwise, how is our consciousness going to change, like, what we're trying to get off this planet, so we can just develop another planet and kill the all life on that planet to? Like, you know, I think that we're, we've shot down spacecraft, they need to be careful about how they make any approach into they have to get us to where we're more friendly, and willing to accept them. I understand as well, that there are our races that are already living on the planet Earth, and they've been living in the middle of the earth. And you know, the earth could be hollow. You know, if you look at, if you look at the toric field, a Taurus, it's a circular motion, and it's hollow in the middle, isn't it? So the energy can go around what's what isn't there a hole at the top of Antarctica and the bottom of the Northwest Territories, you know, the top and the bottom of the earth? The note? Brandon Handley 31:52 No, I feel like that's a Google that. So that leads us Lisa S Johnson 31:56 to Google Google, Richard bird. Richard bird was a captain and he was up in Antarctica time. And he went on a plane ride. And he got diverted, and he ended up somewhere in Shangri La. And he wrote about it, and he was forbidden to talk about it while he was still in the army. And when he died, his journal revealed it. So there could be something in the center of the earth. And there certainly are other intelligent beings in our soul, our solar in our, in our galaxy, the Milky Way galaxy, and in other galaxies beyond probably the infinite number of planets with living beings. Brandon Handley 32:36 For sure, I agree. I just want to make sure I caught that, you know. And then last thing he talks about was outside of our gross body, right? Key share a little bit more about that. Lisa S Johnson 32:51 Sure. Okay, so the gross body, that's the three dimensional body in which we live, it's our vessel is what we came into we birthed into through the top of our head, they say we have the soft spot in your head, that's where your soul enters. That's called the Vindu the sarga. And when we meditate, we can connect with that and actually drip the nectar into the brain and through the body. And one of the things that the breathwork does is helps to hold that nectar in the throat chakra by pumping the the energy up to the top of the crown and keeps that energy here and that helps you to heighten your awareness and your cosmic consciousness. We are we also have, we have 10 bodies of like consciousness. So the first body is your soul. That's the soul body that that comes in through you. It's the heart, it's what speaks to you, it's your inner voice, your soul body, then you have three minds, there's the positive mind that weighs the positive things that are around you in a situation so you have to weigh out is this a good thing? Or is it a bad thing? So that so it tells you that it's a bad thing is the negative mind see the positive mind telling you good things, the negative mind telling you Beware, beware danger danger. And then the fourth body is your neutral mind which is your third eye where it takes the positive and the negative aspects of any situation and weighs them within nine seconds, your your third eye, your fourth body, your neutral mind makes a decision and it will make it if you are clean and clear in your neutral mind through meditation. That's how you clean and clear it. You got to meditate. You can make an accurate decision within nine seconds. Then the fifth body that's that's your physical body. That's your 3d. Then you've got your your sixth body, which this is going to be your your breath because you got to breathe, you got your product body, your lifeforce, then your your seventh body, we have the our climb your auric field. Then you have your rain. To hit body, that's the 10th body. And you have the nice body is the subtle body. And this is the one that helps you to give and receive with the subtle mind and the subtle, subtle body without thinking or saying, without saying anything out loud, you can utilize your subtle energy, you can will your will to, for that person to move a little to the left, so that I can see the guitar player on the stage better, right? You just like you're driving down the road, and somebody's going way too freakin slow. And you're just like Dude, to the right. And then they go through flicker goes on and they move into the right hand lane. This is willing your will through your cell body and speaking your language with your attendants all in unison. So when all of those 10 bodies are balanced, that means your shoppers are going to be balanced too. And then there's an 11th body and it's called parallel use in this and that's what all 10 bodies are aligned. And so my my my neutral mind, where I've made that decision that I want that guy to move to the right works with my subtle body, willing my will and energetically telling him to move and my Arc Line going VPP radar reader reader out you go Whoo, bro. xover. Or I go, you know, I need to call Nancy, I just keep forgetting to call her that I looked down on my phone A minute later, there's Nancy calling. Like, this is how it works. When you're in the nod which crash always is talking about, you know, I'm in the NA, you'll call me up with these stories, you know how something happened. And that's what that is being in the flow. As you said earlier, Brandon Handley 36:35 your flow state, I think there's an ease with with all that can happen if you allow for it. To write sounds like to me, once you've got these things in alignment, and you allow for it to happen, it happens with ease, actually, these things only happen. Well, they don't only happen when you're in an ease state, but they're less likely to happen when you're deceased. Right. And so there's like this forest, and there's a out of balance of, I guess all of these bodies, I've never heard them all. So it's visually great to hear that and thanks for sharing that. But uh, you know, once you have these in alignment, things you begin to live in a state of ease would be my guess Lisa S Johnson 37:23 you don't have to do anything anymore. You don't have to do, you just set your intention, and the portals are open, and it flows in. So you don't have to struggle, I got to get this new job, or I have to, you know, I need more of this or that or the next thing. It's just all comes flowing in, in divine timing, one of my favorite Montt affirmations that I've been working with for the last couple of years, and it's so powerful, kind of like preamps, anything else, it's, I am aligned with the highest expression of my future now. So the now is bringing it into the now into the present moment right now, not yesterday, not today, not tomorrow, it's like right now. And I'm aligned with the highest expression of my future, in all ways. So in my relationships, and my health and my finances, in my career, I'm aligned with the highest expression for my future now. So what's best for my future is what I'm what I need to align with. And I'm aligned, I'm telling myself, I'm aligned with the highest expression. So I don't have to say, other mantras and other affirmations that say, I now have the right amount of finances in my bank, I now have the perfect publisher, I now have like, that's a good way for moon ceremonies and something to write it like that. And I've just eliminated the need to have to do that on a daily basis. Because I used to say in the mirror doing near meditations, I used to say in the mirror, my mom long list of, of affirmations, and now I just say I'm aligned with the highest expression of my future now. It's all done. Brandon Handley 39:07 So right, this is kind of the end in mind, right now. And if you've got that end in mind, right now, then all those other sub things take care of themselves. Right? You don't need that long list, because like, you wouldn't have this one statement. If the rest of these underneath of it. Were kind of already done and Lisa S Johnson 39:30 working. Yeah. And you know, I do that with the planet Earth too. I do say that our planet Earth is aligned with the highest expression of its future now. So that's my greatest prayer for the planet. And when you say that things in the energetic field start to align. And that's what I love about sacred geometry. I actually brought a couple pieces. This is the this is the flower of life. Most people know the flower of life and this is the blueprint of creation. And within it are all the platonic solids. And like the 64 tetrahedron, you can't really tell. But this actually, when they when you invert the flower of life into a three dimensional, it's, it looks like this, it's there 64 triangles, which there are here in here. And then, you know, Megatron fits into the flower of life as well, which is all different. You can't really see the triangles, but they're in there, the tetrahedrons made up of 13 Circle points. And so if you meditate on these, this is metal strong, the triangle pointing up and down. And then there's one that's pointing back or forward, depending if you're male or female. And this is your your meta Tron or your merkabah, the light spirit vehicle. So you asked about the 3d body, or 3d bodies, our vehicle, it's how we move from A to B and move around the planet. But we can also move it when we're meditating and spiritually and go into the cosmos. And this is actually three dimensional and it spins. So this is only a one dimensional, but it actually is a three dimensional and it spends. So if we look at these sacred geometries, which can also be referred to as a Yantra, with a geometrical line shape, and if I meditate on if I look at it straight ahead, and then I close my eyes, I'm going to see the imprint of this flower of life in my mind's eye. And then that imprints it on to me on a cellular level, it all goes in that implantation goes into me on a cellular level, all my cell cells get a burst of that. That light of the of the sacred geometry, whether it's the Firefly for the Sri entre is my favorite one is the entre for manifestation. And so this is how we get it into us on a cellular level. And this is what they've been doing with TV manipulating us forever, you know, with symbols and signs, and you see that and it goes into our consciousness. And then we get, you Brandon Handley 42:05 know, what's in there? Yeah, yeah, but we Lisa S Johnson 42:09 can change it, we can restructure the geometry, and launch Brandon Handley 42:13 sacred geometry monitors, meditation, taking your attention off of those things, right, that you allow them for so long, and realizing that they're already there. And it's like a garden or some weeding today, right? Yeah. That one's that one's there. We got it. And it's still you know, sometimes like, just like in a garden, you feel like you got all the all the weeds out. But like, you know, you come back with the next day, like, I swear to God, I pulled that thing. Right, it's still there. Lisa S Johnson 42:43 analogy I know, and then you get to practice. Oh, you know, let me fix that. You know, but that's the start of being aware and consciousness because you've become aware and conscious of it, and then you change it the next time, just like, you don't beat yourself up. If you get into an argument with your partner, you know, or yell at somebody, then you gotta hurry up, I really was kind of out of line there. Now, I'll get another opportunity to practice that in the next time, I'll do better. So you don't beat yourself up. Brandon Handley 43:09 That's in alignment with the two arrows and Buddhism, right? We talked about the first arrows, that's already there. The second arrow is the one that you deliver yourself. Right? Like, kind of jerk was if you can eliminate it just by the example you just gave. So I think that's a great example. I wanted to go real quick back to two pieces here. First of all, you know, I love your, your, your mantra, slash affirmation, slash prayer, because you pronounce it more like a command, then I'll request is that intentional? Or is that just how you are with it? Lisa S Johnson 43:51 I guess that's just how I am with it. I didn't notice that. I said, it's more as a command. Well, the affirmation I definitely say as a command. Is that what you mean? I'm aligned with the highest expression of my future now? Yeah. Brandon Handley 44:05 Absolutely. If I don't get I feel like if I'm not getting in line with that, I might actually get in trouble. Lisa S Johnson 44:10 Yeah, so I'm telling the universe. Hey, all right. Right. Up here. Brandon Handley 44:16 So that's also alignment with Um, I don't know if you ever listened to or read Blaine hills? devil Book Three. Oh, no. So he's got one that like was released, like post mortem and even to release it was kind of like, don't do that. And basically, it's talking to the devil, whatever. But and that was talking to him, like how do you talk to what's in versus like, don't ask for it, you command it, you demand it right? Like that's yours by like, you know, the vine right and also other stuff. So as I was just curious, kind of where the command part was coming from. Definitely. Lisa S Johnson 44:55 Also comes from my teaching with the chrome choudry because I studied For many years, he was my first yoga teacher. And he Bikram yoga class is very commanding. So you've got to get bodies to move in unison. You want everyone moving together and flowing together in a in a Bikram yoga class. And then it's really a moving meditation. Everyone's flowing together. And it's beautiful breathing together. And to get people to move together, you have to be really commanding arms over your head, interlock your fingers, release your index finger stumps cross, no weight in your heels, hips forward, upper body back, no gap between biceps, arms and ears inhales. So long stretch up hold. And then do your right hand side. Like you have to talk like that, to get them to freakin do it on time with you. Then when it comes to Kundalini, we do mantra, and it's different. It's not commanding, it's it's very calming. And like, for example, like I just wanted, I loved your analogy about you know, planting the seeds and growing because there's a meditation that I'm actually doing right now we practice. I'm in my fourth level two training out of five modules. So I'll be a level two Kundalini trading teacher soon. And would they require us to do a 90 day meditation. So you know, it's a challenge, every day you have to meditate is a 30 minute meditation, it's not three minutes, five minutes, 11 minutes, you know, it's 30 minutes that you have to sit and take out if your day doesn't seem like very long, but sometimes it it seems like a long time in the day taking that 30 minutes out anyway, you. It's a commitment, and it gets you to, you get to where you would miss doing a meditation if you didn't do it. So that's good, because you really want to meditate every day in twice a day, if possible. But then you just get to where you're meditating all the time you're driving, you're meditating, we can always be meditating in the background, because we do the mantra, and the mantra becomes like that, you know, you get that song song stuck in your head. That's what happens when you're doing a mantra every single day. And the one that I'm doing right now is a three part. Meditation for 90 minutes. There's a mudra involved where you interlock your to you put your both hands and Gyan Mudra, which is the thumb and index finger touching, which is the seal of knowledge, the Seal of consciousness, and you interlock them, which now makes sacred geometry the vesica Pisces. So I really love this part of having this as a sacred geometry mudra then there's three mantras. The first one is bond bond, and this one is invoking the Divine Mother, this the spiritual mother, the Adi Shakti, the creator. And then we move into the second mantra, which is don don ROM das guru. And this one is all about making the impossible possible. It's called crossing the crisis. So the world's in crisis right now. So that's why I'm doing this meditation. So we're recreating with the vesica Pisces, this is the symbol of creation, the vesica Pisces so we're creating a new world. So the second mantra is all about making the impossible become possible through miracles and believing in miracles. We see miracles every day. And the more I do this mantra, I'm seeing miracles happen right before my very eyes all the time. It's amazing. Okay, and then the third mantra is heart Hooray, howdy. Which means planting the seed, watching the flow of planting the seed of infinite creativity. Hari Hari Hari Hari is watching the flow of creativity. parkeri hari is manifesting that creativity. And how can a Petit WaheGuru WaheGuru is wow, and being taken from the darkness into the night that light that's what a guru is goo is the dark room with the light. So why he is wow, I'm being taken from the dark into the light Waheguru and I'm watching the beautiful process of how everything is unfolding from the seeding of planting to the flow of the growing of the creation to the manifestation and to the final harvest. So that's where we're at right now on the planet and and everybody that's meditating everybody who's doing yoga, they're planting these the seeds of a new world. Not a new world order, bro, a new world Love and Light and peace and truth and higher consciousness and compassion for each other without any kind of division, you know, just acceptance of each other, knowing the truth of what is right what is wrong so that we are in right relationship and doing right action for ourselves and for our planet and animal kingdom. And when we can find that balance, which I believe that we will because I was talking earlier a little bit about shriek Heswall, he wrote the cycles of consciousness, we have what's called the yugas. And it takes the 26,000 year cycle for a for a full Yuga that goes from the Iron Age, Silver Age, the Bronze Age and the Golden Age. And that's the Age of Enlightenment. And so we have come out of the Kali age and have entered into the the Bronze Age, which is the dwapara Yuga. And that's where we are right now. And we are on the A sending part of that. So the you guys have a 13,000 year, a sending cycle and a 13,000 year descending cycle. So it takes 26,000 years. So we're on a sending we've come out of the dark ages, we've come out of a really dense low level consciousness area. And now there's we're only going to go up now, but like a friend of mine says, gorgeous Sufi he's he's someone you might want to interview some time gone just Sufi, he's cool. He's a recording artists you can check out I'll send you a link to some of yours. He says you could go through hell to get to have so for sure are in hell right now, but on our way to happen. Brandon Handley 51:12 For sure, for sure. And I think that I think that we're in an accelerated accelerated pace. So we're gonna plug in real quick here, you know, cosmic wantaway on Instagram. Sounds like she might know her stuff a little bit on some yoga and and some of the background and sacred geometry. So I know that that's something I wanted to get more into with you. And I don't think we're gonna have time for that. But I do want to call out the fact that I believe you got some sacred geometry intertwined on some of your book covers, if I'm not mistaken, and you want to toss out, you know, what about what is it about cosmic one away and let's share a little bit about the book so that we can Lisa S Johnson 51:52 have, okay, so I have two books, the first one came out called 108, rock star guitars. And when you when you first look at the cover, it's, it's it doesn't have a guitar on the cover, it has motifs of guitars on it, and like a guitar headstocks and guitar bodies and but it looks it's all formed in the shape of a lotus flower. And it's all intertwined with the number 108, which totals nine in numerology, one plus zero plus eight. So there are nine, guitar headstocks to go around the flower petals, and around the circumference of the book. And when you first open up the book, the Sri Yantra sacred geometry artwork is inside of it. And it asks the question, why 108 and then I get to infuse the spiritual cosmic message of the number 108 and yoga philosophy. because music is spiritual, you know, music can take you to Nirvana. So I wanted to invoke that cosmic philosophy of 108 into the book. So that's 108 rock star guitars. And now on September 28th, this year, my new book called immortal axes will be coming out. And the cover is similar. It's no guitar on the cover, but there's a skull that has the vesica Pisces sacred geometry in his forehead in the third eye. And his eyes are made up of the diamond inlay headstock on a Gibson Guitar. And that's going around in his eyes and his nose is an upside down Flying V. And then he's surrounded by little guitar bodies with gold. They're all laid and gold sparkles. You know, it's very sparkly, and it's called immortal axes. Because when a musician makes music, he makes it on that wire and wood and that memory of that work is embedded in that wire and wood. And when the artist passes on, the guitar still is holding the notes and holding that music within it. And so that's immortalizing the song memorializing that artists, just like the song itself when it's recorded immortalizes the artists so there are about 47 artists in this book that have passed away. There's 157 artists featured in this book including David Gilmore's $4 million black strap that just sold and Rory Gallagher's Fender super famous Fender Pete Townsend's number nine Les Paul is in this in this book. Peter Frampton wrote the foreword and Suzi quatro wrote the afterword, some very, very happy to present this book to the world and hope that people enjoy it as much as I can as much as as much fun with as I have photographing it traveling around the world. Brandon Handley 54:46 So one thing you know, for the people that are listening, and don't get the chance to see the pictures and the artwork and the artworks amazing on these these covers, and I love what we were talking I love it for seen pictures but hadn't seen the hadn't seen it in somebody's hands. Book and somebody says the book is large. What's the dimensions on Lisa S Johnson 55:11 108 rocks in our guitars weighs about nine pounds. And it's let's see, 11 inches by 13 is that you know, a and then the second book is a square book it's 11 and a quarter I think by 11 and a quarter plus the the rock star of the cars one is a red leather leather rat, press press leather rat and this immortal axes is a black cover with gold and silver sparkling motifs on it have guitar motifs on it. Brandon Handley 55:51 I think the artwork is so cool. And I think anybody would anybody into guitars Classic Rock, rock and roll this face would be you know, this would be such trying to sell. This would be like such a new gift. Something so cool. I love what you've done with it. Give me like one story of like maybe the most challenging guitar to get to, or like the one that you felt like, was like the pinnacle for you. Lisa S Johnson 56:16 Yeah, well, one of them I have to say is Joan Jett, because you know she's a woman and rock and she rocks really hard and she's paved the way for a lot of women in music. Before even her there was Suzi quatro, Suzi quatro actually paved the way for Joan Jett. And Joan will will say that it was really hard to get to Joan. She's not super happy to have a lot of photographers around. And so I think that was one of the issues that I kept requesting. And they just, they don't really have photographers around, and I usually shoot before after shows. So I finally was getting finished with this book. And I really want to Joan and I've asked several times, because for me, she's the most important woman to have in the book and as a female artist, because she influenced so many. And of course, Suzi quatro, she wrote the the afterword for the book, so I'm just so important to mean, and so amazing that she did that. But finally, I was rounding up, I was just finishing the book, and I really wanted Joan. And I just couldn't not not have Joan. And so I finally realized, you know, I've worked with the heart Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for so many photoshoots and I was there doing a shoot, I think it was it was before the David Gilmore shoot Anyway, it was one of the shoots. And I said, by chance do you guys happen to have a Joan Jett guitar? In the rock hall? And they said, Well, well, yes, we do, actually. And so then I realized, you know, I'm just gonna find out if they'll let me photograph the guitar. They don't have to do B here. It's not before after a show. And so we went back to them and said, Hey, you know, how about just let me photograph the guitar that's at the rock Hall. And she'll do the rest. She'll make all the arrangements. And they said, Yes. So it's Brandon Handley 58:07 very cool. I just want to give the idea to that. This is a kind of like a life that you follow your bliss, kind of thing. Right? You followed your kind of journey followed your heart, and does this production is a display of that. Lisa S Johnson 58:26 Yeah, it wasn't easy. I have insecurities just like anyone else. And you know, when you're putting your neck out there for yourself, like, you know, I'm a photographer, and this is my work. You're putting your soul out on the line, you're showing your photos and it's something that you like, it may not be that somebody else likes, you know, so you you get a lot of nose. I've had to hear no, a lot. And then I've had a lot of yeses, and I've had way more yeses than I've had knows. And it was because of perseverance and just not taking no for an answer. I mean, I asked, had to ask Billy Givens people many, many times until I finally met him under the stage at Rolling Stones concert and said, Hey, Billy ever trying to get through to you, you know, and then the next time I requested I got a yes. So and then just saying, like, I don't have Mark Knopfler yet. And he's one of my all time favorite guitar players in the world ever, ever, ever. And I'm not going to give up on Mark even though they've told me no. They've said no. Many times. Brandon Handley 59:30 Hold now for what's your now for so I think the story is great. I love I love what you've done. I really want to say thanks for stopping Jose. I do have one more question for you today. We'll say a little bit of spiritual speed dating. I figured somebody is on here and they're looking for their next like spiritual date and you could be it. Okay, so that's where we're at number one. What was the specific one? I think it fits what's the relationship between science and Religion. Lisa S Johnson 1:00:01 It's getting closer and closer. I think that CERN has certainly helped to view the science experiments they've been doing at CERN. Trying to find the God Particle. I think that's been important. And I think that science is finally recognizing, they never get to find. Because you can't see that with your eyes. That's something you have to feel. And science is finally starting to understand that. And I know that they are because even quite a few years ago, they put Ken Wilber on the cover of science and spirituality magazine. I think it was. And he was he's ahead, you know, if you haven't studied Ken Wilber, he's someone really interesting. And I learned a lot from him and and now that's correlating with somewhere. So I mean, yeah, Brandon Handley 1:01:00 I know. I know. He's on the list. Okay. He's on my list. Lisa S Johnson 1:01:04 But yes, yeah. Listen to the CD series called cosmic consciousness cosmic with a K. That's all you need to do. Just get that series you can. I think you can download it on iTunes now or cosmic consciousness. Ken Wilber. It's one of the most important things you could listen to. And there you'll see science meatsuit spirits rally and what he talks about. And you can watch shrieve testhorse book, the science of yoga, and that is bringing science and spirituality together, check out what cern is doing. And of course, students at CERN has gotten really weird. So there's some strange stuff going on at CERN, too, but Brandon Handley 1:01:45 black holes, Lisa S Johnson 1:01:47 I suppose. Yeah. A lot of stuff has happened over there. Brandon Handley 1:01:51 Oh, man, that would be cool. That would be cool to know more. Well, he's so much fun. Where should I send everybody to go check out your books. Lisa S Johnson 1:02:01 Okay, so to check out the books, go to my Instagram, at LS j for Lisa s Johnson at lsj rock photos. lsj rock photos is where you'll find me on Instagram. And there's a link there my link tree that allows you to both of my books, and for cosmic wantaway for yoga classes comm and rock your Kundalini with me every Saturday from 10 to 11am PST, that's Los Angeles time. And it's just a one hour long class from 10 to 11. And we get into all the subjects that we've been talking about. And we do a Korea for about 30 minutes, and we do meditation and it opens with some context around what the class is about and what the meditation will be about. And then we go right into it. And we have a gong bath, or a sound bath afterwards, because the gong is very important. It's the most powerful meditation, it clears the subconscious mind. So we do a gong wrap at the end of every class. So come and rock your Kundalini with me at cosmic 108. It's cosmic underscore 108. Brandon Handley 1:03:08 And you have made how many Saturdays in a row Lisa S Johnson 1:03:14 since COVID started so we've gotten a year and a half now, isn't it? You know, started in February or March of last year. So March, April, May, June, July, August. Yeah. So it's a year and five months, every single Saturday, I've only had one class covered for me by one of the teacher and that would be our friend Parrish. He's, he's jumped in when I when I needed him to come and teach a class and he's very fun. Have you taken this class? Brandon Handley 1:03:41 I've taken a couple of his, like zoom classes. Yes. Lisa S Johnson 1:03:45 Yeah. Yeah. He's very funny. He's fun. And he's, he's ahead. You know, he really with that Harvard education, his brain like, Brandon Handley 1:03:54 you know, for sure. For sure. Lisa, this has been so much fun. I'm so glad that we we finally we finally got the chance to put the time and again, I love I think the artworks amazing photography is fantastic. I love the size of them, write your books and just don't Kundalini, I think of bringing that out to the world and letting people do that with you. And that's just on the set. As you said, You're helping so Lisa S Johnson 1:04:24 I'm here to serve. That's what we're here to do on the planet. Follow our be creative. And follow your heart, listen to your heart, and be creative and then everything falls into place. So and being in service with your creativity. So that's what I'm trying to do bringing joy into people's lives just because they get to see their favorite guitar Unknown Speaker 1:04:45 up quarterly. Hope you enjoyed this episode of the spiritual dove podcast. stay connected with us directly through spiritual co You can also join the discussion on Facebook and Instagram and spiritual underscore go if you would like to speak with us. Send us an email to Brandon at spiritual dove calm and as always thank you for cultivating your mindset and creating a better reality. This includes the most thought provoking part of your day. Don't forget to like and subscribe to stay fully up to date until next time me Conyers zone and trust your intuition Transcribed by https://otter.ai

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RESURRECTION CHURCH PODCAST
PSALM 150 // THE PRACTICE OF PRAISE // NATE PARRISH

RESURRECTION CHURCH PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 48:52


Green & Red: Podcasts for Scrappy Radicals
G&R 110: Minnesota Police Blocking Release of Info on Pipeline Protests w/ Will Parrish and Charlotte Grub

Green & Red: Podcasts for Scrappy Radicals

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 44:59


Indigenous women led movements have continued to disrupt the construction of Canadian oil giant Enbridge Energy's Line 3 pipeline with over a thousand arrested. Police have escalated in a multitude of ways (felony charges, high bails, rubber bullets, tear gas, etc) against water protecting pipeline opponents. We know through the bold investigative journalism of The Intercept that Enbridge has created a fund through the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission to finance local and state police for pipeline security. The company and state collusion has essentially privatized the police for a Canadian oil company. The journalism has been so embarrassing for Enbridge and the state of Minnesota that they've been begun to erect barriers to release of public information. We talk with investigative reporter Will Parrish and researcher Charlotte Grubb about this. Will Parrish (@willparrishca) is an investigative reporter whose work is rooted in tradition of muckraking journalism. His reporting appears in The Intercept, The Guardian, The Nation, East Bay Express, Counterpunch, Shadowproof, and other online and print venues. Charlotte Grubb (@CharlotteGrubb) is a freelance researcher, writer and climate justice organizer. Her work focuses on stopping fossil fuel projects and creating a just transition that centers decolonization and building power outside of state institutions. She is currently based in New Mexico. Links// Will's website: www.willparrishreports.com The Intercept: Minnesota Law Enforcement Agency Blocks Release of Public Records About Surveilling Pipeline Opponents (https://bit.ly/3zPYRkj) The Intercept: Paid by the Pipeline. A Canadian Energy Company Bought an Oregon Sheriff's Unit (https://bit.ly/3kVqD8P) The Intercept: Dakota Access Pipeline Company Paid Mercenaries to Build Conspiracy Lawsuit Against Environmentalists (https://bit.ly/3n1nw1F) Follow Green and Red// Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GreenRedPodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/PodcastGreenRed Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/greenredpod... YouTube: https://bit.ly/GreenAndRedOnYouTube Please follow us on Medium! (https://medium.com/green-and-red-media). Donate to Green and Red Podcast// Become a recurring donor at https://www.patreon.com/greenredpodcast Or make a one time donation here: https://bit.ly/DonateGandR This is a Green and Red Podcast production. Produced by Bob (@bobbuzzanco) and Scott (@sparki1969). “Green and Red Blues" by Moody. Editing by Isaac.

AmeriPod - A Podcast for The Resistance
aPODcalypse Series: Nelson Parrish - AmeriPodcast.com

AmeriPod - A Podcast for The Resistance

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2021 50:12


  On this episode of the aPODcalypse Series, we feature Nelson Parrish, the Lead-Communication Specialist for the Flight For Life Comm-Center at St. Anthony Hospital in Lakewood, Colorado. (04.18.2020)

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
Where will Emoni Bates go: Memphis, Michigan State, Oregon or the G League? (College Basketball 08/18)

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 37:12


A big decision awaits in the coming days/weeks for one of the most famous high school prospects of the past 15 years. Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander offer the latest on Emoni Bates, who is taking visits to Memphis and Oregon this week/weekend. A decision in the next week or two is expected. Norlander puts percentages on each option, and then Parrish explains why Overtime Elite -- and not the G League -- has emerged as a more immediate challenger to plucking players away from the college game. Did you know: A player ranked in the 40s in the class of 2023 was just paid north of $1 million to join OTE? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
Special mailbag show! Big 12's future, Gonzaga in Pac-12, 2022 title dark horse, Big Ten tourney teams (College Basketball 08/11)

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 70:26


We are in the thick of the summer, so what better time to finally introduce a long-overdue mailbag ep? Parrish and Norlander take a lengthy stroll through your questions. Have a question you'd like answered on a future mailbag special? Head to our Apple Podcasts page and leave your Q in the review section. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices