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Close the Chapter Podcast with Kristen Boice
Close the Chapter Podcast Episode 137 - Rebuilding Trust After A Betrayal

Close the Chapter Podcast with Kristen Boice

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 42:47


In this episode, Kristen talks about Betrayal and how to rebuild trust so you can move forward and heal the relationship. Subscribe and Get a free 5-day journal at www.kristendboice.com/freeresources to begin closing the chapter on what doesn't serve you and open the door to the real you. This information is being provided to you for educational and informational purposes only. It is being provided to you to educate you about ideas on stress management and as a self-help tool for your own use. It is not psychotherapy/counseling in any form. This information is to be used at your own risk based on your own judgment.  For my full Disclaimer please to to www.kristendboice.com. For counseling services near Indianapolis, IN, visit www.pathwaystohealingcounseling.com. Pathways to Healing Counseling's vision is to provide warm, caring, compassionate and life-changing counseling services and educational programs to individuals, couples and families in order to create learning, healing and growth.

StoryCorps
Paving Pathways

StoryCorps

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 0:59


The StoryCorps Podcast returns with new episodes, featuring stories of courage from people who blazed a path, defied the odds, and changed history for those who came after them.

The Emerging Cricket Podcast
Associate WC hosts, ”qualification” pathways, RIP Super League? Africa T20WCQ review, NED v SA and more!

The Emerging Cricket Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 49:25


HUGE show this week! Bez, Tim and Nick discuss the good and the bad of the new men's global events from 2024 to 2031, look at the upcoming Men's T20WC global qualifier with Uganda taking the final spot, and look to the Netherlands' SL action against SA!

Pathways to Family Wellness
Being There in Labor

Pathways to Family Wellness

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 31:26


In this episode Lauren McClain and Dr. Brendan Riordan will discuss Lauren's article, "Being There in Labor,"  appearing in issue 70 of Pathways to Family Wellness Magazine. Digital and print issues of the magazine can be ordered here: https://store.pathwaystofamilywellness.org/content/subscribe The Better Birth Blog https://betterbirthblog.org

Finding Traction: Recovery from Porn
Ep. 37 - Pathways into Porn (Why we Hire Porn)

Finding Traction: Recovery from Porn

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 26:38


Kanata's Castle Podcast
111: Part II: Pathways to The Book of Boba Fett

Kanata's Castle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 72:53


In this episode of Kanata's Castle, your hosts continue their journey down Boba Fett memory lane with Part II: Pathways to The Book of Boba Fett. They go over Disney Plus Day reveals, and Devon announces that she booked a freighter to Batuu! Follow our own Bala Tik sounding voice artist, Liam Howie @LunaticGrung Intro by the talented Vanessa Marshall - the voice of Hera in Star Wars Rebels. Give a hospitalized child a Starlight Brave Gown — and a huge smile — TODAY Tip Jar is on the Bar! https://www.ko-fi.com/tipmaz Kanata's Castle Podcast LOGO T-shirts are Here!  Huge shoutout to Neil Lowery for our bumper announcements Save 35% On Us via Insight Editions! Outro and Bumper music -  Once Upon A Time In The West by Ennio Morricone https://youtu.be/i3Q8h-fDfEI Podathon link https://youtu.be/9ozFsg6yV-8  

Close the Chapter Podcast with Kristen Boice
Close the Chapter Podcast Episode 136 - The 3 Patterns that Lead to Disconnection

Close the Chapter Podcast with Kristen Boice

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 44:53


In this episode, Kristen talks about how to recognize the three patterns that lead to disconnection and how to stop them.  Subscribe and Get a free 5-day journal at www.kristendboice.com/freeresources to begin closing the chapter on what doesn't serve you and open the door to the real you. This information is being provided to you for educational and informational purposes only. It is being provided to you to educate you about ideas on stress management and as a self-help tool for your own use. It is not psychotherapy/counseling in any form. This information is to be used at your own risk based on your own judgment.  For my full Disclaimer please to to www.kristendboice.com. For counseling services near Indianapolis, IN, visit www.pathwaystohealingcounseling.com. Pathways to Healing Counseling's vision is to provide warm, caring, compassionate and life-changing counseling services and educational programs to individuals, couples and families in order to create learning, healing and growth.

Unyielding
Into the Unknown: What to Expect-Siblings

Unyielding

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 36:43


Episode 5: What to expect: SiblingsHost: Angie FreyHaving a child in crisis affects the entire family. Amid chaos and emotions, it's easy to overlook other family members who may not be directly involved, particularly siblings. Whether we talk about it with them or not, our children are very aware of the changes in the family dynamic and that the stress of the situation impacts us. This episode discusses how we should talk to our children about their sibling's arrest or incarceration.  We also talk about the three things you should consider before having that conversation. Resources: Pathways website: https://pathwaystohopenetwork.org/  (Remember to subscribe!) Resources: https://pathwaystohopenetwork.org/resources/ ____________________________________________________________________________Pathways to Hope Network is a non-profit organization that provides cost-free support and community to parents with youth facing criminal allegations. In Series 1, Into The Unknown, there will be six episodes. In each episode, we walk you through what to expect on this journey and provide you with resources and support.  Learn more about Pathways on our website: https://pathwaystohopenetwork.org/  Discover the community and connect by following us on Facebook and Instagram. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pathwaystohopenetwork Private Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Pathwaysclosedgroup/aboutInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/pathways_to_hope_network/For support, email: closedgroup.pathways@gmail.com 

Pediatrics On Call
Pathways to Pediatrics with Dr. Allison Empey – Ep. 93

Pediatrics On Call

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 15:29


In this episode of the special series, “Pathways to Pediatrics,” hosts David Hill, MD, FAAP, and Joanna Parga-Belinkie, MD, FAAP, interview Allison Empey, MD, FAAP, chairperson of the AAP Committee on Native American Child Health. Dr. Empey talks about balancing her academic work at Oregon Health & Science University with her practice at her rural clinic serving the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde. For resources go to aap.org/podcast.

Pediatrics On Call
Pathways to Pediatrics with Dr. Gary Kirkilas – Ep. 92

Pediatrics On Call

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 18:36


In this episode of the special series, “Pathways to Pediatrics,” hosts David Hill, MD, FAAP, and Joanna Parga-Belinkie, MD, FAAP, interview Gary Kirkilas, DO, FAAP, a general pediatrician at Phoenix Children's Hospital. Dr. Kirkilas talks about using a mobile medical RV to serve youth experiencing homelessness and how he ended up competing on American Ninja Warrior. For resources go to aap.org/podcast.

Circulation on the Run
Circulation November 23, 2021 Issue

Circulation on the Run

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 24:40


Please join first author Yuan Lu and Guest Editor Jan Staessen as they discuss the article "National Trends and Disparities in Hospitalization for Acute Hypertension Among Medicare Beneficiaries (1999-2019)." Dr. Carolyn Lam: Welcome to Circulation on the Run: your weekly podcast, summary and backstage pass to the journal and it's editors. We're your co-hosts. I'm Dr. Carolyn Lam, associate editor from the National Heart Center and Duke National University of Singapore. Dr. Greg Hundley: And I'm Dr. Greg Hundley, associate editor, and director of Pauley Heart Center at VCU health in Richmond, Virginia. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Greg, today's feature discussion is about the national trends and disparities and hospitalizations for hypertensive emergencies among Medicare beneficiaries. Isn't that interesting? We're going to just dig deep into this issue, but not before we discuss the other papers in today's issue. I'm going to let you go first today while I get a coffee and listen. Dr. Greg Hundley: Oh, thanks so much, Carolyn. My first paper comes to us from the world of preclinical science and it's from professor Christoff Maack from University Clinic Wursburg. Carolyn, I don't have a quiz for you, so I'm going to give a little break this week, but this particular paper is about Barth syndrome. Barth syndrome is caused by mutations of the gene encoding taffazin, which catalyzes maturation of mitochondrial cardiolipin and often manifests with systolic dysfunction during early infancy. Now beyond the first months of life, Barth syndrome cardiomyopathy typically transitions to a phenotype of diastolic dysfunction with preserved ejection fraction, one of your favorites, blunted contractile reserve during exercise and arrhythmic vulnerability. Previous studies traced Barth syndrome cardiomyopathy to mitochondrial formation of reactive oxygen species. Since mitochondrial function and reactive oxygen species formation are regulated by excitation contraction coupling, these authors wanted to use integrated analysis of mechano-energetic coupling to delineate the pathomechanisms of Barth syndrome cardiomyopathy. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Oh, I love the way you explained that so clearly, Greg. Thanks. So what did they find? Dr. Greg Hundley: Right, Carolyn. Well, first defective mitochondrial calcium uptake prevented Krebs cycle activation during beta adrenergic stimulation, abolishing NADH regeneration for ATP production and lowering antioxidative NADPH. Second, Carolyn, mitochondrial calcium deficiency provided the substrate for ventricular arrhythmias and contributed to blunted inotropic reserve during beta adrenergic stimulation. And finally, these changes occurred without any increase of reactive oxygen species formation in or omission from mitochondria. So Carolyn what's the take home here? Well, first beyond the first months of life, when systolic dysfunction dominates, Barth syndrome cardiomyopathy is reminiscent of heart failure with preserved rather than reduced ejection fraction presenting with progressive diastolic and moderate systolic dysfunction without relevant left ventricular dilation. Next, defective mitochondrial calcium uptake contributes to inability of Barth syndrome patients to increase stroke volume during exertion and their vulnerability to ventricular arrhythmias. Lastly, treatment with cardiac glycosides, which could favor mechano-energetic uncoupling should be discouraged in patients with Barth syndrome and left ventricular ejection fractions greater than 40%. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Oh, how interesting. I need to chew over that one a bit more. Wow, thanks. But you know, I've got a paper too. It's also talking about energetic basis in the presence of heart failure with preserved ejection fraction, but this time looking at transient pulmonary congestion during exercise, which is recognized as an emerging and important determinant of reduced exercise capacity in HFpEF. These authors, led by Dr. Lewis from University of Oxford center for clinical magnetic resonance research sought to determine if an abnormal cardiac energetic state underpins this process of transient problem congestion in HFpEF. Dr. Carolyn Lam: To investigate this, they designed and conducted a basket trial covering the physiological spectrum of HFpEF severity. They non-invasively assess cardiac energetics in this cohort using phosphorous magnetic resonance spectroscopy and combined real time free breathing volumetric assessment of whole heart mechanics, as well as a novel pulmonary proton density, magnetic resonance imaging sequence to detect lung congestion, both at rest and during submaximal exercise. Now, Greg, I know you had a look at this paper and magnetic resonance imaging, and spectroscopy is your expertise. So no quiz here, but could you maybe just share a little bit about how novel this approach is that they took? Dr. Greg Hundley: You bet. Carolyn, thanks so much for the intro on that and so beautifully described. What's novel here is they were able to combine imaging in real time, so the heart contracting and relaxing, and then simultaneously obtain the metabolic information by bringing in the spectroscopy component. So really just splashing, as they might say in Oxford, just wonderful presentation, and I cannot wait to hear what they found. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Well, they recruited patients across the spectrum of diastolic dysfunction and HFpEF, meaning they had controls. They had nine patients with type two diabetes, 14 patients with HFpEF and nine patients with severe diastolic dysfunction due to cardiac amyloidosis. What they found was that a gradient of myocardial energetic deficit existed across the spectrum of HFpEF. Even at low workload, the energetic deficit was related to a markedly abnormal exercise response in all four cardiac chambers, which was associated with detectable pulmonary congestion. The findings really support an energetic basis for transient pulmonary congestion in HFpEF with the implication that manipulating myocardial energy metabolism may be a promising strategy to improve cardiac function and reduce pulmonary congestion in HFpEF. This is discussed in a beautiful editorial by Drs. Jennifer Hole, Christopher Nguyen and Greg Lewis. Dr. Greg Hundley: Great presentation, Carolyn, and obviously love that MRI/MRS combo. Carolyn, these investigators in this next paper led by Dr. Sara Ranjbarvaziri from Stanford University School of Medicine performed a comprehensive multi-omics profile of the molecular. So transcripts metabolites, complex lipids and ultra structural and functional components of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy energetics using myocardial samples from 27 hypertrophic cardiomyopathy patients and 13 controls really is the donor heart. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Wow, it's really all about energetics today, isn't it? So what did they see, Greg? Dr. Greg Hundley: Right, Carolyn. So hypertrophic cardiomyopathy hearts showed evidence of global energetic decompensation manifested by a decrease in high energy phosphate metabolites (ATP, ADP, phosphocreatine) and a reduction in mitochondrial genes involved in the creatine kinase and ATP synthesis. Accompanying these metabolic arrangements, quantitative electron microscopy showed an increased fraction of severely damaged mitochondria with reduced crystal density coinciding with reduced citrate synthase activity and mitochondrial oxidative respiration. These mitochondrial abnormalities were associated with elevated reactive oxygen species and reduced antioxidant defenses. However, despite significant mitochondrial injury, the hypertrophic cardiomyopathy hearts failed to up-regulate mitophagic clearance. Dr. Greg Hundley: So Carolyn, in summary, the findings of this study suggest that perturbed metabolic signaling and mitochondrial dysfunction are common pathogenic mechanisms in patients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, and these results highlight potential new drug targets for attenuation of the clinical disease through improving metabolic function and reducing myocardial injury. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Wow, what an interesting issue of our journal. There's even more. There's an exchange of letters between Drs. Naeije and Claessen about determinants of exercise capacity in chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension. There's a "Pathways to Discovery" paper: a beautiful interview with Dr. Heinrich Taegtmeyer entitled,"A foot soldier in cardiac metabolism." Dr. Greg Hundley: Right, Carolyn, and I've got a research letter from Professor Marston entitled "The cardiovascular benefit of lowering LDL cholesterol to below 40 milligrams per deciliter." Well, what a great issue, very metabolic, and how about we get onto that feature discussion? Dr. Carolyn Lam: Let's go, Greg. Dr. Greg Hundley: Welcome listeners to our feature discussion today. We have a paper that is going to address some issues pertaining to high blood pressure, or hypertension. With us, we have Dr. Yuan Lu from Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. We also have a guest editor to help us review this paper, Dr. Jan Staessen from University Louvain in Belgium. Welcome to you both and Yuan, will start with you. Could you describe for us some of the background that went into formulating your hypothesis and then state for us the hypothesis that you wanted to address with this research? Dr. Yuan Lu: Sure. Thank you, Greg. We conducted this study because we see that recent data show hypertension control in the US population has not improved in the last decades, and there are widening disparities. Also last year, the surgeon general issued a call to action to make hypertension control a national priority. So, we wanted to better understand whether the country has made any progress in preventing hospitalization for acute hypertension. That is including hypertension emergency, hypertension urgency, and hypertension crisis, which also refers to acute blood pressure elevation that is often associated with target organ damage and requires urgent intervention. We have the data from the Center for Medicare/Medicaid, which allow us to look at the trends of hospitalization for acute hypertension over the last 20 years and we hypothesize we may also see some reverse progress in hospitalization rate for acute hypertension, and there may differences by population subgroups like age, sex, race, and dual eligible status. Dr. Greg Hundley: Very nice. So you've described for us a little bit about perhaps the study population, but maybe clarify a little further: What was the study population and then what was your study design? Dr. Yuan Lu: Yeah, sure. The study population includes all Medicare fee-for-service beneficiaries 65 years and older enrolled in the fee-for-service plan for at least one month from January 1999 to December 2019 using the Medicare denominator files. We also study population subgroups by age, sex, race and ethnicity and dual eligible status. Specifically the racial and ethnic subgroups include Asian, blacks, Hispanics, North American native, white, and others. Dual eligible refers to beneficiary eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid. This study design is a serial cross sectional analysis of these Medicare beneficiaries between 1999 and 2019 over the last 20 years. Dr. Greg Hundley: Excellent. Yuan, what did you find? Dr. Yuan Lu: We actually have three major findings. First, we found that in Medicare beneficiaries 65 years and older, hospitalization rate for acute hypertension increased more than double in the last 20 years. Second, we found that there are widening disparities. When we look at all the population subgroups, we found black adults having the highest hospitalization rate in 2019 across age, sex, race, and dual eligible subgroup. And finally, when we look at the outcome among people hospitalized, we found that during the same period, the rate of 30 day and 90 day mortality and readmission among hospitalized beneficiaries improved and decreased significantly. So this is the main findings, and we can also talk about implications of that later. Dr. Greg Hundley: Very nice. And did you find any differences between men and women? Dr. Yuan Lu: Yes. We also looked at the difference between men and women, and we found that actually the hospitalization rate is higher among females compared to men. So more hospitalizations for acute hypertension among women than men. Dr. Greg Hundley: Given this relatively large Medicare/Medicaid database and cross-sectional design, were you able to investigate any relationships between these hospitalizations and perhaps social determinants of health? Dr. Yuan Lu: For this one, we haven't looked into that detail. This is just showing the overall picture, like how the hospitalization rate changed over time in the overall population and by different population subgroups. What you mentioned is an important issue and should definitely be a future study to look at whether social determine have moderated the relationship between the hospitalization. Speaker 3: Excellent. Well, listeners, now we're going to turn to our guest editor and you'll hear us talk a little bit sometimes about associate editors. We have a team that will review many papers, but when we receive a paper that might contain an associate editor or an associate editors institution, we actually at Circulation turn to someone completely outside of the realm of the associate editors and the editor in chief. These are called guest editors. With us today, we have Dr. Jan Staessen from Belgium who served as the guest editor. He's been working in this task for several years. Jan, often you are referred papers from the American Heart Association. What attracted you to this particular paper and how do you put Yuan's results in the context with other studies that have focused on high blood pressure research? Dr. Jan Staessen: Well, I've almost 40 years of research in clinical medicine and in population science, and some of my work has been done in Sub-Saharan Africa. So when I read the summary of the paper, I was immediately struck by the bad results, so to speak, for black people. This triggered my attention and I really thought this message must be made public on a much larger scale because there is a lot of possibility for prevention. Hypertension is a chronic disease, and if you wait until you have an emergency or until you have target organ damage, you have gone in too late. So really this paper cries for better prevention in the US. And I was really also amazed when I compared this US data with what happens in our country. We don't see any, almost no hospitalizations for acute hypertension or for hypertensive emergencies. So there is quite a difference. Dr. Jan Staessen: Going further on that, I was wondering whether there should not be more research on access to primary care in the US because people go to the emergency room, but that's not a place where you treat or manage hypertension. It should be managed in primary care with making people aware of the problem. It's still the silent killer, the main cause of cardiovascular disease, 8 million deaths each year. So this really triggered my attention and I really wanted this paper to be published. Dr. Greg Hundley: Very nice. Jan, I heard you mention the word awareness. How have you observed perhaps differences in healthcare delivery in Belgium that might heighten awareness? You mentioned primary care, but are there any other mechanisms in place that heighten awareness or the importance? Dr. Jan Staessen: I think people in Belgium, the general public, knows that hypertension is a dangerous condition. That it should be well treated. We have a very well built primary care network, so every person can go to a primary care physician. Part of the normal examination in the office of a primary care physician is a blood pressure measurement. That's almost routine in Belgium. And then of course not all patients are treated to go. Certainly keeping in mind the new US guidelines that aim for lower targets, now recently confirmed in the Chinese study, you have to sprint three cells. And then the recent Chinese study that have been published to the New England. So these are issues to be considered. I also have colleagues working in Texas close to the Mexican border at the university place there, and she's telling me how primary care is default in that area. Dr. Jan Staessen: I think this is perhaps part of the social divide in the US. This might have to be addressed. It's not only a problem in the US, it's also a problem in other countries. There is always a social divide and those who have less money, less income. These are the people who fell out in the beginning and then they don't see primary care physicians. Dr. Jan Staessen: Belgium, for instance, all medicines are almost free. Because hypertension is a chronic condition prevention should not only start at age 65. Hypertension prevention should really start at a young age, middle age, whenever this diagnosis of high blood pressure diagnosis is confirmed. Use blood pressure monitoring, which is not so popular in the US, but you can also use home blood pressure monitoring. Then you have to start first telling your patients how to improve their lifestyle. When that is not sufficient, you have to start anti hypertensive drug treatment. We have a wide array of anti hypertensive drugs that can be easily combined. If you find the right combination, then you go to combination tablets because fewer tablets means better patient adherence. Dr. Greg Hundley: Yuan we will turn back to you. In the last minutes here, could you describe some of your thoughts regarding what you think is the next research study that needs to be performed in this sphere of hypertension investigation? Dr. Yuan Lu: Sure. Greg, in order to answer your question, let me step back a little bit, just to talk about the implication of the main message from this paper, and then we can tie it to the next following study. We found that the marked increase in hospitalization rate for acute hypertension actually represented many more people suffering a potential catastrophic event that should be preventable. I truly agree with what Dr. Staessen said, hypertension should be mostly treated in outpatient setting rather than in the hospital. We also find the lack of progress in reducing racial disparity in hospitalization. These findings highlight needs for new approaches to address both the medical and non-medical factors, including the social determinants in health, system racism that can contribute to this disparity. When we look at the outcome, we found the outcome for mortality and remission improved over time. Dr. Yuan Lu: This means progress has been made in improving outcomes once people are hospitalized for an acute illness. The issue is more about prevention of hospitalization. Based on this implication, I think in a future study we need better evidence to understand how we can do a better job in the prevention of acute hypertension admissions. For example, we need the study to understand who is at risk for acute hypertensive admissions, and how can this event be preempted. If we could better understand who these people are, phenotype this patient better and predict their risk of hospitalization for acute hypertension, we may do a better job in preventing this event from happening. Dr. Greg Hundley: Very nice. And Jan, do you have anything to add? Dr. Jan Staessen: Yes. I think every effort should go to prevention in most countries. I looked at the statistics, and more than 90% of the healthcare budget is spent in treating established disease, often irreversible disease like MI or chronic kidney dysfunction. I think then you come in too late. So of the healthcare budget in my mind, much more should go to the preventive issues and probably rolling out an effective primary care because that's the place where hypertension has to be diagnosed and hypertension treatment has to be started. Dr. Greg Hundley: Excellent. Well, listeners, we've heard a wonderful discussion today regarding some of the issues pertaining to hypertension and abrupt admission to emergency rooms for conditions pertaining to hypertension, really getting almost out of control. We want to thank Dr. Yuan Lu from Yale New Haven and also our guest editor, Dr. Jan Staessen from Louvain in Belgium. On behalf of Carolyn and myself, we want to wish you a great week and we will catch you next week on the run. This program is copyright of the American Heart Association, 2021. The opinions express by speakers in this podcast are their own and not necessarily those of the editors or of the American Heart Association for more visit aha journals.org.

Black Fathers, NOW!
Black Fathers, NOW! Ep: 245-"Pathways out of Poverty" w/ Stan Johnson

Black Fathers, NOW!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 77:30


http://www.BlackFathersNOW.com Episode 245 of Black Fathers, NOW! Podcast is a POWERFUL convo with https://seeedknox.org/ founder Stan Johnson. This Episode will challenge you to Rethink your concept of Wealth and Poverty. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/black-fathers-now/id1230596918 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtczqqU6-ZAwG37LcRpwJ3Q Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/black-fathers-now Follow: https://www.instagram.com/blackfathersnow/?hl=en

Pathways Radio by Paul O'Brien
Pathways for November 18, 2021: A Visionary Guide to Lucid Dreaming

Pathways Radio by Paul O'Brien

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 30:00


Lee Adams is the author of the new book, A Visionary Guide to Lucid Dreaming: Methods for Working with the Deep Dream State. Lee Adams has been actively researching, practicing, and teaching lucid dreaming for more than 20 years. He holds a bachelor's degree in psychology and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. at Pacifica Graduate Institute. He runs the podcast Cosmic Echo as well as the dreamer community taileaters.com [1]. He lives in Port Orchard, Washington [1] http://taileaters.com More information about the guest can be found at taileaters.com

The Pathways to Success with Julian Placino
214: Lawrence King | CEO at Headstorm

The Pathways to Success with Julian Placino

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 42:49


Lawrence King is the CEO at Headstorm, a high-powered technology consultancy dedicated to building innovative technology solutions for Fortune 500 companies, fast-growing startups, and everything in between. Lawrence is a technologist at heart and since learning his first programing language, has had a genuine admiration for software developers. He started Headstorm to provide a way for developers to do their best work and be properly rewarded by empowering them in their professional growth. Today, consultants are Headstorm's most valuable asset - each team member stays ahead of the curve with intense training, knowledge-sharing practices, and an environment that promotes technical growth, teamwork, and a strong understanding of business ecosystems. Social Links https://www.linkedin.com/in/lawking/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/headstorm/ https://headstorm.com/ Pathways to Success is brought to you by: CityCentral: https://citycentral.com/ (Promo Code "Pathways" for 50% off first 3 months)  DeadSoxy: https://deadsoxy.com/?ref=pathways (Promo Code "Pathways" for 30% off)

Your Resource For Success Podcast
Communication Is The Key

Your Resource For Success Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 41:48


Adam Kol is The Couples Financial Coach. He helps couples who love each other make sure the money conversation doesn't get in the way. He also hosts the Couples Financial Coach Podcast.Adam is a Certified Mediator with experience as a Tax Attorney and Financial Advisor. He has a Duke Law degree and a Master's in Tax Law from NYU.Adam is a musician, vegan, and social justice advocate. Through his Pathways to Prosperity Program, numerous couples have achieved financial clarity, teamwork, and peace of mind.Your Resource For Success

The Pathways to Success with Julian Placino
213: ScholarShot Inc. | Dan Hooper & Nathalie Flores

The Pathways to Success with Julian Placino

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 37:52


Dan Hooper is the Founder & Executive Director at ScholarShot. ScholarShot was founded in 2009 by concerned business professionals, educators and community volunteers who saw numerous well-meaning college advisement and “access” programs failing at-risk students. In Texas, 9 out of 10 of these students who get into college drop out. ScholarShot has developed a proven model of academic navigation, personal guidance and financial support that reverses this outcome with 90% of our Scholars succeeding in earning life-changing vocational, associate or undergraduate degrees. Leveraging the success of the ScholarShot model, our Degree Dallas Campaign is on track to produce 500 first generation college degrees from Dallas County. Nathalie Flores graduated from North Dallas High School in 2019. She attended Eastfield College where she graduated with an Associates of Science degree in May of 2021 as a first-generation college graduate. She is currently attending UNT Dallas and majoring in Human Resources. Nathalie completed an Internship with Charles Schwab during the Summer of 2021 and is a Scholar Ambassador for ScholarShot. ScholarShot social links: LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/scholarshot-inc./?viewAsMember=true Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/scholarshot/?hl=en Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ScholarShot/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/scholarshot?lang=en YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCApwDZCdeiGc81_uenPwNOQ Dan Hooper LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dan-hooper-b832923/ Nathalie Flores LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nathalieflores1/ Pathways to Success is brought to you by: Codeup: https://codeup.com/ CityCentral: https://citycentral.com/ (Promo Code "Pathways" for 50% off first 3 months) DeadSoxy: https://deadsoxy.com/?ref=pathways (Promo Code "Pathways" for 30% off) 

The Hamilton Review
A Conversation with Dr. Alice Kuo: COVID Vaccine For Children 5-11

The Hamilton Review

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 26:56


Join us for the latest episode of The Hamilton Review Podcast! In this conversation, Dr. Bob sits down with Dr. Alice Kuo to discuss the COVID vaccine for children ages 5-11. Parents, caregivers and educators - this conversation is for you as the two doctors discuss the common questions and concerns about this important vaccine for children. A must listen episode. Enjoy this important conversation and share with a friend! Dr. Alice Kuo is Associate Professor of Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, and Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, and of Health Policy and Management in the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health. She is also the Chief of the Medicine-Pediatrics Section and Director of the Medicine-Pediatrics Comprehensive Care Center. Her research interests are mainly in early childhood, and she has published in the areas of developmental screening and services, early literacy practices, cognitive and language development in young minority children, hearing screening in early childhood, services for children with autism, and mental health services for children. In addition to her research, Dr. Kuo is heavily involved in educational programs at many levels, from high school to post-graduate fellows. As the co-director of the Training Core for the NHLBI-funded Center for Population Health and Health Disparities, she works with disadvantaged high school students in East Los Angeles, focusing on reduction of cardiovascular risk factors, community capacity-building and career mentoring. She is the Director of the Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB)-funded Pathways for Students into Health Professions for disadvantaged undergraduate students interested in public health and health professional careers. She also teaches the Foundations of Maternal and Child Health course at the UCLA School of Public Health each year. In October 2012, Dr. Kuo joined the NICHD-funded Center for Autism Research and Treatment as its Director of Research Training and Education. In September 2020 she was named as the Project Investigator of the Autism Intervention Research Network on Physical Health, a multi-organizational network dedicated to improving health outcomes of autistic individuals. At the David Geffen School of Medicine, she is Director of the Systems of Care Pathway, a longitudinal program for medical students to learn about the intersection of health care systems and clinical practice. At the post-graduate level, Dr. Kuo is the Program Director of the UCLA Combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics Residency Program. At the national level, Dr. Kuo is currently a member of the Executive Committee of the Council of Community Pediatrics in the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). She was the co-chair of the Community Pediatrics Training Initiative Program Advisory Committee at the AAP from 2005-20008. She was the co-chair of the Advocacy Training Special Interest Group in the Academic Pediatrics Association (APA) from 2004-2007, and Region Co-Chair of the APA from 2007-2010. Clinically, Dr. Kuo sees primary care patients at the Medicine-Pediatrics Comprehensive Care Center in Santa Monica, the first ambulatory practice at UCLA with extended hours in the evenings and on weekends and holidays. She also precepts residents and students at the Simms-Mann Health Center in Santa Monica. She also directs the School Function Program at the Venice Family Clinic, a primary care-based model for addressing learning issues and mental health problems in children. Dr. Kuo received a B.A. in biology from Harvard University, her M.D. from UCLA, and her Ph.D. in educational psychology with a focus on early childhood and special education from the Graduate School of Education and Information Studies at UCLA. How to contact Dr. Bob: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChztMVtPCLJkiXvv7H5tpDQ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drroberthamilton/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bob.hamilton.1656 Seven Secrets Of The Newborn website: https://7secretsofthenewborn.com/ Website: https://roberthamiltonmd.com/ Pacific Ocean Pediatrics: http://www.pacificoceanpediatrics.com/ Share this episode with a friend and leave a rating + review on Apple Podcasts to help others find this content. Thanks so much!

Close the Chapter Podcast with Kristen Boice
Close the Chapter Podcast Episode 135 - The Connection Between Loneliness and Trauma

Close the Chapter Podcast with Kristen Boice

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 46:44


In this episode, Kristen talks to Dr. Sylvia Kalicinski about better understanding the impacts of loneliness, childhood trauma, and healing.  Subscribe and Get a free 5-day journal at www.kristendboice.com/freeresources to begin closing the chapter on what doesn't serve you and open the door to the real you. This information is being provided to you for educational and informational purposes only. It is being provided to you to educate you about ideas on stress management and as a self-help tool for your own use. It is not psychotherapy/counseling in any form. This information is to be used at your own risk based on your own judgment.  For my full Disclaimer please to to www.kristendboice.com. For counseling services near Indianapolis, IN, visit www.pathwaystohealingcounseling.com. Pathways to Healing Counseling's vision is to provide warm, caring, compassionate and life-changing counseling services and educational programs to individuals, couples and families in order to create learning, healing and growth.

MPR News with Angela Davis
Disrupting domestic violence

MPR News with Angela Davis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 50:05


A third of the people killed in Minnesota in 2020 were killed by a spouse, intimate partner or other family member — and the vast majority of these deaths were women. Advocates working to prevent family violence say the stress and close quarters during the pandemic increased violence in the home and calls for help. Is this cycle of violence unbreakable? Programs to help people who use violence, mostly men, have shown that people can change their behavior. The ones that show most promise are groups where men are held accountable and understand how cultural norms and their own past trauma influence their choice to use violence. MPR News host Angela Davis talks to advocates who help survivors heal and abusers change.  If you are being abused and need help, Day One is a network of domestic violence and sexual assault community programs in Minnesota. Their crisis hotline is 1-866-223-1111. Guests:  Melissa Pegrangelo Scaia is director of international training at Global Rights for Women and co-founder of Pathways to Family Peace, a program for domestic violence offenders to work to end their use of violent and abusive behaviors. Amirthini Keefe is executive director of Domestic Abuse Project in Minneapolis, a nonprofit organization that runs advocacy programs for victims and survivors and therapeutic programs for victims and survivors, adults who use violence and children who witness violence.   Biiftuu Ibrahim Adam is the victim, family and community relations coordinator at the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, a new role created in 2020 to support victims and families during crime investigations.  Use the audio player above to listen to the full conversation. Subscribe to the MPR News with Angela Davis podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or RSS.

Talk Supes and CEOs
3.9 Solidifying Career & College Pathways in K-12 Schools with HERDI

Talk Supes and CEOs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 49:48


In this unique gathering of education leaders, Doug and Dr. Toni Cleveland from HERDI* facilitate a discussion with K-12 superintendents, Mr. William Black from Paducah Public Schools, and Dr. Danny Merck from Pickens County School District, and college presidents, Dr. Merrill Irving Jr. from Hennepin Technical College, and Dr. Maureen Murphy from College of Southern Maryland. These leaders discuss the importance of establishing strong programs and curriculum for not only the college-bound student at the K-12 level but also offering career readiness opportunities for those entering various career fields right after graduation. Having college presidents converse with K-12 superintendents opened a dialogue that rarely happens. They share ways in which schools can foster programs to elevate a student's options after graduation. *HERDI - Higher Education Research and Development Institute

Soul of Travel
Turning Periods into Pathways with Celeste Mergens

Soul of Travel

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 48:32


The stigma around menstruation spans the globe, which has far-reaching impacts for people who menstruate everywhere. Celeste Mergens is tackling this issue head-on. Days for Girls prioritizes cost-effective, safe, sustainable and contextually relevant products help women and girls manage their periods and engage in livelihood activities. In this bonus conversation, Celeste and Christine discuss the necessity of communication, what menstrual equity truly looks like, and how menstrual justice benefits not just individuals but families and whole countries.Learn more about Days for Girls here.Learn more about Lotus Sojourns and ways to be a part of the community here.Find Lotus Sojourns on Facebook, or join the Lotus Sojourns Collective, our FB community for like-hearted women.Follow us on Instagram: @lotussojourns or @souloftravelpodcastLOVE these conversations...support the production of this podcast by making a donation here!  Credits. Christine Winebrenner Irick (Host, creator, editor.) Celeste Mergens (Guest). Original music by Clark Adams. Editing and production by Alex Ammons and For The Love Media, LLC.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=Y76XFGFWCMEV8)

The Pathways to Success with Julian Placino
212: Eddy Badrina | CEO at Eden Green Technology

The Pathways to Success with Julian Placino

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 37:57


Eddy Badrina is the Chief Executive Officer of Eden Green Technology. Over the past 20 years, his career has encompassed entrepreneurial, corporate, and government roles. In 2019, Eddy took over as CEO of Eden Green Technology, which, through its vertical farming technology stack, is changing the way we farm our produce, and feed our communities. Since then, retailers, researchers, cities and governments have discovered how Eden Green Technology's turnkey solutions can help them establish food safety, food independence, and sustainable farming unlike any previous AgTech solution. He is an advisory board member for Texas A&M's College of Agriculture, Agrilife agencies and research entities. Prior to Eden Green Technology, Eddy co-founded and led BuzzShift, a digital growth agency for mid-sized brands and organizations. Eddy's leadership, strategic planning, marketing, and management experience have also been honed through roles at the US Department of State, the White House, and two other technology startups. Eddy, a graduate of Texas A&M University, and the Bush School of Government and Public Service, volunteers his time at Watermark Church; is on the board of directors of Seed Effect, an economic development non-profit; Igniter Media, a media production company; and is a past board member of the Great Investors' Best Ideas Foundation Investment Symposium. Eddy Badrina Social: https://www.linkedin.com/in/eddybadrina/ https://twitter.com/eddybadrina Eden Green Technology Social: https://www.linkedin.com/company/eden-green-technology/ https://twitter.com/edengreentech https://www.facebook.com/edengreentech/ Pathways to Success is brought to you by: CityCentral: https://citycentral.com/ (Promo Code "Pathways" for 50% off first 3 months)  DeadSoxy: https://deadsoxy.com/?ref=pathways (Promo Code "Pathways" for 30% off)

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
Everything You Know About the BRAIN is WRONG! Here's How the Brain ACTUALLY Works | Ian McGilchrist

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 76:03


Check out our sponsors: Better Help: Get 10% off your first month at https://betterhelp.com/impacttheoryConversionFanatics: Go to ConversionFanatics.com for a FREE proposal.Audible: Start listening with a 30-day free trial, one free audiobook and access to the Plus Catalog. Visit audible.com/IMPACTTHEORY or text IMPACTTHEORY to 500-500 Backcountry: Go to Backcountry.com/theory and enter promo code THEORY to get 15% OFF your first full-priced purchase.Real Good Foods: Click the link for $25 OFF any order of $25 or more! https://realgoodfoods.com/discount/IMPACTTHEORY Ombre Lab: To get $30 off your Gut Health testing kit and probiotics -- go to: https://tryombre.com/ImpactIain McGilchrist, renowned psychiatrist, author and thinker joins Tom to share some of the key ideas he writes about in his latest 2 volume book, The Matter of Things. Part of what he proposes is that you keep an open mind and be aware that the ideas and images people are so strongly influenced by are in fact myths and stories. The version of what you see in your reality matters to what you decide to see and live your life by.“It doesn't matter what you look at, it matters what you see.” -Henry David ThoreauSo much of what the world is and who we are is not understood. To think you fully grasp the complexities of consciousness, matter, space and time would be wildly ignorant. Iain perfectly quotes psychologist William James, “ignorance is a sea and knowledge is a drop in that ocean” In this conversation Iain explores ideas of how little we truly know about the cognitive function of the left and right hemispheres of the brain. He highlights the beauty and complexity of order in the universe even where we are unable to fully grasp and understand the order. He's calling people to be open to the seemingly random chaos and meaninglessness of life to find a better way to live and a better vision of the world we live in. The path of doing so challenges you to embrace the many paradoxical reactions occurring all around us in nature. Check out Iain McGilchrist's book, The Matter With Things: https://channelmcgilchrist.com/the-matter-with-things/ SHOW NOTES:0:00 | Introduction Dr. Iain McGilchrist2:10 | Split Brain Connection8:50 | Unity of Opposite Hemispheres22:08 | The Brain Shapes Reality27:49 | Objective Reality & Co-Creation35:10 | 3 Pathways to One Vision44:16 | The Sacred and Divine 55:44 | Why Belief Matters1:05:53 | Left Sided Paradox1:10:57 | Neutralizing Left Sided ThinkingQUOTES:“Everything that exists, not just in the brain, but in physics, in the world at large in nature, depends on a combination of division and union [...] There needs to be the synthesis of union with division.” [8:59]“Both hemispheres do everything in some way, but it's all about that ‘in some way'. It's the how not the what. So they do the ‘what' of the same things, but they do the how of them completely differently.” [12:47]“The emotional brain is as much the left hemisphere as the right. It specializes in anger, irritability, and doesn't like being crossed.” [28:43]“Neurology and theology are not at war with one another, they are seeing the same realities just at slightly different levels and in different ways.” [35:42]“If you want to know about a human being, the brain is a pretty central place to start.” [39:32]“I would be giving the wrong impression if I said that I know anything about what God is, or I'm a believer in whatever, but it will also be equally wrong to say, ‘I dismiss this or I don't believe it'.” [56:21]“Belief is not about believing six impossible things before breakfast. It's about a disposition of your mind towards the world.” [57:36]“We need to be able to keep away from this way of reducing our understanding, keeping ourselves open to all and wonder, keeping ourselves with a little humility about what our intellects can actually do, and having compassion for people who disagree with us.” [59:57]“We should live in a world where there is virtually nothing that you can't say, it's how you say it.” [1:11:56]“There are four main pathways to the truth, science, reason, intuition, and imagination. Any worldview that tries to get by without paying due respect to all four of these is bound to fail.” Iain McGilchrist read by Tom [1:16:48]Follow Iain McGilchrist:Website: https://channelmcgilchrist.com/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW0LCKUFTTtgitH33Mx6u-A Twitter: https://twitter.com/dr_mcgilchrist Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrIainMcGilchrist/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-iain-mcgilchrist-b931aa1a2/#

Sales Hustle
#191 S2 Episode 60 - From Busboy to Scaling 0-30M ARR with Four Sales Reps

Sales Hustle

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 35:13


Book Your Free Revenue First Podcast Strategy here!Get Your Free Vidyard Account & State of Virtual Selling Report here!Claim Your Free 200 Leads here! HIGHLIGHTS01:35 Working as a busboy and entering sales by selling knives05:25 Initially sucking at sales and how Ryan reached President's Club11:01 Applying the Perfect Customer Profile: Going from 0 to 30M with just 4 reps18:09 2x your revenue: 2x your deal size or halve the time it takes to close a deal20:50 Update quarterly your Dream 100 and have a balanced portfolio23:09 Referral operating system: Increase deal size in half the time26:18 Four-step framework: Pathways, Peaks, Process and Persuasion33:51 Connect with Ryan QUOTES10:36 "Information is aggressively accelerating that things change so fast that, what you take is something that's just like brushing your teeth or putting on deodorant, is life-changing to someone else who specialized in a different area."13:36 "If you are listening and you are serious about doubling the deal size for your business, you want to write this down now. Okay, so it's called the Perfect Customer Profile...  it's like if your ICP had a baby with Pareto's principle, the 80-20 rule where 20% of what you do creates 80% of your results."15:27 "You look at the five biggest clients that you've closed, the five fastest clients that you've closed, and the five biggest losses that you've had. And then, what you do is you look at it and you look at the ownership structure across those, the functional areas, the biggest result that you created for them." 24:38 "Create a referral operating system. And that referral is beautiful because it helps you close deals in half the amount of time. And the deal size is, once again, it's 125, 150%, and that's just by leveraging all the investments you've already made and then systemizing it so you continually get warm leads."29:14 "90% of what we do as adults, I think it's once you get past the age of 30, is hardwired and based in our subconscious. So it's tapping into that subconscious and aligning that the right way and saying the right thing at the right time."If you enjoy the Sales Transformation Podcast, please subscribe, share, and send us your feedback. Please make sure to rate us and leave a review on Apple.  Learn more about Ryan in the links below:LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/ryan-staley/Website - www.ryanstaley.ioPodcast (Spotify) - https://open.spotify.com/show/39FMS44jbijarB1VR55klaLearn more about Collin in the link below: LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/collin-saleshustle/Also, you can join our community by checking out @salescast.community. If you're a sales professional looking to take your career to greater heights, please visit us at https://salescast.co/ and set a call with Collin and Chris. 

Podcast for Healing Neurology
#54 Alan Cash: Using Oxaloacetate (Benagene) to support failing mitochondrial energy pathways & scavenge glutamate

Podcast for Healing Neurology

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 61:06


Alan Cash got curious about why our energy pathways fail us. Armed with an MS in physics, he's found himself innovating commercial production methods for oxaloacetate, a metabolite in the citric acid cycle that sits squarely within our mitochondria and are fundamental in producing the ATP that fuel every energy-requiring process in the body. In this episode, we review the nitty gritty details of energy production from the perspective of how oxaloacetate (brand names Benagene and Jubilance) can impact us from the systemic perspective. We don't typically discuss one commercial product on our show, but we have many patients using oxaloacetate and wanted to give a much more complete picture than we can in a clinic visit. Taking oxaloacetate has been shown to decrease NF-kB activation, reduce fasting glucose by ~25% (research from the late 1960's), increase NAD to NADH ratios, increase AMPK, decrease emotional symptoms of PMS (as the product Jubilance) and favorably shift cellular redox. Preliminary data from Mr Cash's current research is showing reduction in fatigue for CFS/ME patients. Remarkably, oral oxaloacetate seems to be able to cross the blood brain barrier (it's a very small molecule!) and can decrease brain glutamate levels. Most remarkably, taking exogenous oxaloacetate can mimic caloric restriction and has increased the lifespan of laboratory animals. It's been used in doses ranging from 100 to 6000mg daily (like for glioblastoma) and has been well-tolerated even at high doses. It's important to know that the commercial products Benagene and Jubilance contain the same ingredients: 100mg of oxaloacetate stabilized by 150mg of vitamin C. To answer another common question, there's no mechanism to turn oxaloacetate into the undesirable 'oxalate' compound in the human body. This tiny molecule really can pack a molecular and anti-inflammatory punch- listen in to find out more! Resources: https://benagene.com/ https://jubilance.com/ Oxaloacetate to reduce emotional symptoms in PMS: placebo-controlled, cross-over clinical trial with 48 women (2020): https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7073356/ Safety and target engagement profile of two oxaloacetate doses (500mg & 1000mg twice daily) in 15 Alzheimer's patients (2021) showed the higher dose increased frontal & frontoparietal brain glucose & glutathione per FDG PET scanning despite no changes in serum levels or cognitive scoring. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32715609/ Oxaloacetate activates brain mitochondrial biogenesis, enhances the insulin pathway, reduces inflammation & stimulates neurogenesis (2014) in mice injected with 1-2g/kg once daily dosing x 1-2 weeks. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/25027327/ Oxaloacetate supplementation increases lifespan in Caenorhabditis elegans (roundworms) by 25% median & 13% maximal lifespan through an AMPK/FOXO-dependent pathway (2009). https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1474-9726.2009.00527.x Oxaloacetate: A novel neuroprotective for acute ischemic stroke (2012) via modulation of the glutamate pathway which would also be applicable for other types of brain injury, like TBI (traumatic brain injury). https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/22085530/ Neuroprotective effect of oxaloacetate in a focal brain ischemic model in the rat (2015) through pathways of glutamate scavenging. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24807461/ Neuroprotective effects of oxaloacetate in closed head injury in rats is mediated by its blood glutatmate scavenging activity (2009). https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/19543002/ Effect of alpha-ketoglutarate & oxaloacetate on brain mito DNA damage & seizures (2003). https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/12749815/ Oxaloacetate acid supplementation as a mimic of caloric restriction: https://benthamopen.com/contents/pdf/TOLSJ/TOLSJ-3-22.pdf

Close the Chapter Podcast with Kristen Boice
Close the Chapter Podcast Episode 134 - A Big Factor Keeping You Stuck

Close the Chapter Podcast with Kristen Boice

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 38:30


In this episode, Kristen talks about what keeps many people stuck, paralyzed, and unclear in their goals and ambitions. Subscribe and Get a free 5-day journal at www.kristendboice.com/freeresources to begin closing the chapter on what doesn't serve you and open the door to the real you. This information is being provided to you for educational and informational purposes only. It is being provided to you to educate you about ideas on stress management and as a self-help tool for your own use. It is not psychotherapy/counseling in any form. This information is to be used at your own risk based on your own judgment.  For my full Disclaimer please to to www.kristendboice.com. For counseling services near Indianapolis, IN, visit www.pathwaystohealingcounseling.com. Pathways to Healing Counseling's vision is to provide warm, caring, compassionate and life-changing counseling services and educational programs to individuals, couples and families in order to create learning, healing and growth.

Pathways to Family Wellness
Men and Menstruation

Pathways to Family Wellness

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 22:42


In this episode Dr. Brendan Riordan and Lauren McClain will discuss Meredith Ashton's article, "Men and Menstruation,"  appearing in issue 70 of Pathways to Family Wellness Magazine. Digital and print issues of the magazine can be ordered here: https://store.pathwaystofamilywellness.org/content/subscribe

Unyielding
Into the Unknown: What to Expect in Your Marriage/Relationship

Unyielding

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 32:59


Studies show that couples argue more during their child's teen years than they do any other time in their child's developmental years. In episode four, we take at look at some of the ways having a child in crisis can impact your marriage/domestic relationship. From different parenting styles to the slippery slope of “Don't tell dad,” I share a few lessons I had to learn the hard way. The show wraps up with a great practical trip to help keep you both on the same team.  Resources: Pathways website: https://pathwaystohopenetwork.org/  (Remember to subscribe!) Resources: https://pathwaystohopenetwork.org/resources/ ____________________________________________________________________________Pathways to Hope is a non-profit organization with a mission to provide hope and healing to families with children in the juvenile justice system by offering support, resources and community. Learn more about Pathways at our website: https://pathwaystohopenetwork.org/ Discover the community more about our community by following our Facebook and Instagram pages.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pathwaystohopenetwork Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pathways_to_hope_network/Email: closedgroup.pathways@gmail.com 

Citizen Heights
Seven Pathways of Peace

Citizen Heights

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 40:27


In life, there are many unexpected twists and turns. Join Pastor Michael Giroux as we explore what the Bible says about peace, how to get it and more importantly how to keep it. In a world full of chaos and unknowns ... in Jesus, we can Find Peace.

FUTURES Podcast
Pathways to a Flourishing Future w/ Jeremy Lent

FUTURES Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 83:41


Author Jeremy Lent shares his insights into the importance of developing alternatives to the modern western worldview, how recognising our deep interconnectedness to all life could lead towards a new ecological civilisation, and how integrating science and traditional wisdom might help us avoid the global crises threatening humanity. Jeremy Lent is the award-winning author of The Patterning Instinct: A Cultural History of Humanity's Search for Meaning. A former internet company CEO, he is founder of the non-profit Liology Institute dedicated to fostering an integrated, life-affirming worldview. He lives in Berkeley, California. Find out more: futurespodcast.net CREDITS Produced by FUTURES Podcast Recorded, Mixed & Edited by Luke Robert Mason FOLLOW Twitter: twitter.com/futurespodcast Facebook: facebook.com/futurespodcast Instagram: instagram.com/futurespodcast

Kanata's Castle Podcast
110: Pathways to The Book of Boba Fett

Kanata's Castle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 72:11


In this episode of Kanata's Castle, your hosts begin their journey down the pathways to The Book of Boba Fett. Part One of "Pathways to The Book of Boba Fett," your hosts go over some history behind the helmet of Boba Fett. They discuss George Lucas, The Holiday Special, animated "Beatles" Boba Fett, and the Expanded Universe. So, for the next few months, Becca and Devon will count their way down to The Book of Boba Fett by revisiting this iconic character through deep-dive discussions.  Follow our own Bala Tik sounding voice artist, Liam Howie @LunaticGrung Intro by the talented Vanessa Marshall - the voice of Hera in Star Wars Rebels. Give a hospitalized child a Starlight Brave Gown — and a huge smile — TODAY Tip Jar is on the Bar! https://www.ko-fi.com/tipmaz Kanata's Castle Podcast LOGO T-shirts are Here!  Huge shoutout to Neil Lowery for our bumper announcements Save 35% On Us via Insight Editions!  https://starwars.fandom.com/wiki/Mandalorian_Mercs#:~:text=Talon%20Clan%20became%20the%20first,Raider%20and%20Storm%20Raider%20clans. Outro Music By https://youtu.be/6ITYN8yYs8I

Journey Beyond Divorce Podcast
Life After Divorce: Stop Chasing Sleep and Engage in the The 7 Pathways to Rest with Sondra Kornblatt

Journey Beyond Divorce Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 37:55


When navigating divorce our monkey minds are often going crazy. At bedtime our mind chatter makes it hard to fall asleep or stay asleep. We've all been there. With lack of sleep comes inability to think, remember things, and handle our emotions.    If you are in the midst of divorce or navigating single parenthood, you are probably juggling career, money, kids, and life. You may hope that by staying up late and waking up early, you can balance everything. But that just leads to stress and exhaustion which leads to a path towards unhealthy choices.    Sondra Kornblatt is a Certified Sleep Coach and an author of four books. Join us as we discuss how to change your relationship with your mind, body, and emotions using Sondra's 7 Pathways to Rest.    Website: https://restfulinsomnia.com/ First Steps to deeper Rest: https://restfulinsomnia.com/newsletter-signup/ Free consultations:https://restfulinsomnia.com/free-consultation/     Request a Free Jump Start Call at https://www.jbddivorcesupport.com/jumpstart   For more information on Journey Beyond Divorce visit:  www.jbddivorcesupport.com

Pathways Radio by Paul O'Brien
Pathways for Nov. 4, 2021: The Change Code

Pathways Radio by Paul O'Brien

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 30:00


https://youtu.be/U3CRbNUnt0A Monica Bourgeau is the author of the new book, The Change Code: A Practical Guide to Making a Difference in a Polarized World. Monica is an entrepreneur, coach, speaker, and healthcare executive who leads and researches personal and organizational change. She believes we each have a duty to help leave the world a little better than we found it. More information about the guest can be found at http://www.monicabourgeau.com

The Pathways to Success with Julian Placino
211: Lieutenant Colonel Allen B. West | Texas Gubernatorial Candidate

The Pathways to Success with Julian Placino

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 41:49


Lt. Col. Allen West (R.) Lieutenant Colonel (Ret) Allen B. West is a Christian constitutional conservative, combat veteran, and former member of the US Congress. He is the third of four generations of military servicemen in his family. During his 22- year career in the United States Army, Lieutenant Colonel West served in several combat zones and received many honors including a Bronze Star, three Meritorious Service Medals, three Army Commendation Medals, one with Valor device, and a Valorous Unit Award. In 1993 he was named the US Army ROTC Instructor of the Year. In November of 2010, Allen was elected to the United States Congress, representing Florida's 22nd District. As a member of the 112th Congress, he sat on the Small Business and Armed Services Committees and was instrumental in passage of the 2011 and 2012 National Defense Authorization Acts. He is a NewsmaxTV Contributor, Senior Fellow of the Media Research Center, and author of Guardian of the Republic: An American Ronin's Journey to Family, Faith and Freedom, Hold Texas, Hold the Nation: Victory or Death, and We Can Overcome: An American Black Conservative Manifesto. He is the former Executive Director of the National Center for Policy Analysis in Dallas Texas, and a former Director of the Booker T. Washington Initiative (BTWI) for the Texas Public Policy Foundation. In July of 2020, Mr. West was elected Chairman of the Republican Party of Texas by and overwhelming majority of State delegates. West is an avid distance runner, a Master SCUBA diver, and in his spare time he enjoys cheering his beloved Tennessee Volunteers. Lt. Col. West is a former commissioned officer in the Texas State Guard. Lt. Col. West is a legacy life member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, life member of the American Legion, life member of the Association of the United States Army, the Society of the First Infantry Division, 4th Infantry Division, and 101st Airborne Division. He is Patriot Life Member (Benefactor) and Board of Directors member of the National Rifle Association and Life Member (Benefactor) of the Texas State Rifle Association. Lieutenant Colonel West is an inductee into the University of Tennessee Army ROTC Hall of Fame. He is on the Board of Advisors of Amegy Bank, Dallas Region. In 2016, Lt. Col. West was appointed by Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick to the Texas Sunset Advisory Commission. He is married to Dr. Angela Graham-West, a financial adviser, and they have two daughters, Aubrey, a Board-certified Physician Assistant, and Austen, a nursing assistant. He is also the proud grandfather of a grandson, Jaxton. Social: https://west4texas.com/ https://www.facebook.com/West4Texas https://twitter.com/West4Texas https://www.instagram.com/allenbwest/ Pathways to Success is brought to you by: CityCentral: https://citycentral.com/ (Promo Code "Pathways" for 50% off first 3 months)

Close the Chapter Podcast with Kristen Boice
Close the Chapter Podcast Episode 133 - Loving Someone with Disordered Eating With Dr. Dana Harron

Close the Chapter Podcast with Kristen Boice

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 39:27


In this episode, Kristen talks with Dr. Dana Harron about being in a relationship with someone with an eating disorder and how to understand and support them in their journey. Subscribe and Get a free 5-day journal at www.kristendboice.com/freeresources to begin closing the chapter on what doesn't serve you and open the door to the real you. This information is being provided to you for educational and informational purposes only. It is being provided to you to educate you about ideas on stress management and as a self-help tool for your own use. It is not psychotherapy/counseling in any form. This information is to be used at your own risk based on your own judgment.  For my full Disclaimer please to to www.kristendboice.com. For counseling services near Indianapolis, IN, visit www.pathwaystohealingcounseling.com. Pathways to Healing Counseling's vision is to provide warm, caring, compassionate and life-changing counseling services and educational programs to individuals, couples and families in order to create learning, healing and growth.

Med-Surg Moments - The AMSN Podcast
Ep. 67 - Unexpected Pathways to Med-Surg Nursing Wisdom | LIVE from the 2021 AMSN Virtual Annual Convention

Med-Surg Moments - The AMSN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 23:32


Alissa, Caroline, Chelsea, and Evie share their own stories of med-surg nursing wisdom gained during this special LIVE from the 2021 AMSN Virtual Annual Convention episode.  CO-HOSTS Caroline Ashman, MSN, RN, CMSRN was born and raised in England. She had two dreams in life – to become a nurse and live in the United States. She accomplished the first task in 1985 and then in 1991, immigrated to America. She currently serves as a Division Director for Medical-Surgical Education for HCA. She has also been afforded the wonderful opportunity to teach Med Surg Review Courses across the United States and in Europe for AMSN. Collecting air miles and sharing stores along the way, she is thrilled to join the Podcast team and recognize that the specialty of medical surgical nursing is alive and well. Caroline lives with her husband Jimmy, in Tampa, FL and has two grown daughters, Jennifer & Emily.     Alissa Brown, BSN, MSN, RN is a clinical nurse educator from the University of Utah Health. She has been working in the health care industry for almost 12 years, and started her nursing career as a med-surg bedside nurse on an Ortho, Trauma, and Surgical Specialty Unit. It was through that experience in the med-surg unit where she discovered a passion for education, and pursued a master's degree. She is a lifelong learner, and loves to teach.  Born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah, she's not all work, and definitely enjoys play! She loves to travel, and tries to plan as many vacations each year as she can with family and friends. Alissa loves to read, listen to podcasts, and geek out to documentaries and crime shows on the weekends. She's a total fair weather fan when it comes to Utes Football, but will cheer in all the right places, or get mad when her husband tells her to during a game. Alissa is looking forward to conversations together on this AMSN podcast!     Evie Harris, BSN, MA, RN, FNE lives and works in Baltimore, MD and has been an RN for 4 years, and is also a Forensic Nurse Examiner. She works on a busy med-surg unit in the roles of staff RN, Charge RN, unit education council representative, & preceptor. Evie has previous careers in management, teaching, & on-air radio co-producer/co-host. Her future career goals include nurse management & nurse administration, as well as nursing entrepreneurial endeavors. Evie enjoys spending time with her daughter, traveling, laughing at all things, and anywhere there is music, you will find her singing & dancing, even at work, with her patients & colleagues.      Chelsea Parker RN, BSN, CMSRN was born and raised in Newport News, Virginia. She attended the University of Virginia and graduated in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Since then she has pursued geriatric and palliative care nursing and developed a love for general medicine, which is where her foundation for med-surg nursing was built. As a young nurse looking for ways to bridge engagement between generations of nurses, she is excited about what this podcast will mean for AMSN.   

CLS's The Weighing Machine
Pathways to Business Growth with Mike Van Wyk

CLS's The Weighing Machine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 22:38


In today's episode, Rusty and Robyn talk with Mike Van Wyk, Vice President of Research and Insights for Capital Group. Mike has studied human behavior throughout his two-decade career to better understand what truly drives consumer behavior and business growth. Whether it be packaged goods or financial services, Mike brings game-changing insights to the table. His research helps others skyrocket the growth of their business or their professional career. Mike talks with Rusty and Robyn about the difference between a “sage” and “caregiver” advisor and the three success factors of existing high-growth firms. "Every financial professional has to have a side that's more quant-focused and can talk the numbers, but you also have to be able to connect emotionally with your clients and be there as a support for them. Those who are most successful are those who understand there's an aspect of being a sage that they need to bring to the job daily, and there's an aspect of being a caregiver that needs to be present there as well.” ~ Mike Van Wyk Main Takeaways  Three success factors of the highest growth firms are the always-on acquisition factor, relationship alpha, and strategic skills. All habits, behaviors, and practices during client engagement should be refined to achieve high performance and increase revenues. Spend more time on high-value business activities. Advisors easily get distracted with small tasks, when they should be spending their time on growth creation. Advisors need help, too. It's best to tap into resources about advisor-client engagement that are backed by robust data. There are two types of advisors: the ‘sages' who like numbers and the ‘caregivers' who like helping people. An effective advisor has to find a balance between these two. Links Mike Van Wyk on LinkedIn Capital Group PracticeLab Coca-Cola Walmart Proctor and Gamble Capital System Pathways to Growth: Advisor Benchmarking Study Noise: A Flaw in Human Judgment by Daniel Kahneman What Retirees Want: A Holistic View of Life's Third Age by Ken Dychtwald Hidden Brain Podcast Connect with our hosts Rusty Vanneman Robyn Murray Subscribe and stay in touch Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts 2731-OPS-10/25/2021

CPS Teach Chicago Podcast
The Opportunity Schools Case Study

CPS Teach Chicago Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 37:55


Episode Summary:Season 2 hosts Noelle and Kyriako make their debut with a topic near and dear to both of them—hiring teachers.  Listen now as they dive into a new Case Study on the Opportunity Schools initiative within CPS. Special guests include Ben Felton—Executive Director of Teacher Recruitment, Pathways, and Equity Strategy for CPS, and Jasmine Thurmond—Principal at King Academy of Social Justice.Episode Resources:Opportunity Schools Case Studyhttp://www.cps.edu/opportunityschoolsEpisode Bell:Richards Career AcademyTeacher Appreciation Schools:Hamilton ElementaryRandolph Elementary

High Adventure Scouting Podcast
Rocky Mountain High Adventure Base with Samuel Ahlstrom

High Adventure Scouting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 38:53


This edition of the High Adventure Scouting Podcast features an interview with Samuel Ahlstrom, Senior District Executive and representative of the Rocky Mountain High Adventure Base from the Pathways to the Rockies Council in Colorado.Located in the high mountains of Southern Colorado, Rocky Mountain High Adventure Base (RMHAB) offers whitewater rafting, backpacking, and other exciting experiences with some of the most breathtaking views of the Rockies.This high adventure program offers a diverse range of activities to meet the needs and desires of all. This includes whitewater rafting, climbing & rappelling, mountain biking, and summiting a peak in the Rocky Mountains. Rocky Mountain High Adventure Base truly does embody what it means to be a high adventure experience.https://rockymountainscouts.org/rmhab/

The Fix Productions
Ep. 165 - "Spooky Pathways"

The Fix Productions

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 86:12


In a spoooky Halloween episode, Ari and Naro discuss the fallout from the accident that took the life of alleged mobay cult pastor Kevin O. Smith and a police officer. They also discuss Skillibeng's Crocodile Teeth album sales, Shabdon getting arrested, Khago's domestic dispute with his wife/manager and Jah Cure's Dutch jail stint continuing until January 2022. Buss Di Utes songs of the week: Ari: Valiant, Chi Ching Ching - Young N Ah Dweet: https://bit.ly/2ZxSyVr Naro: MiliFlow - One Up: https://bit.ly/2ZwpmP1

Close the Chapter Podcast with Kristen Boice
Close the Chapter Podcast Episode 132 - How Self-Compassion Heals All Of Our Parts

Close the Chapter Podcast with Kristen Boice

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 42:48


In this episode, Kristen talks about being compassionate to our selves as we often do with others.  Subscribe and Get a free 5-day journal at www.kristendboice.com/freeresources to begin closing the chapter on what doesn't serve you and open the door to the real you. This information is being provided to you for educational and informational purposes only. It is being provided to you to educate you about ideas on stress management and as a self-help tool for your own use. It is not psychotherapy/counseling in any form. This information is to be used at your own risk based on your own judgment.  For my full Disclaimer please to to www.kristendboice.com. For counseling services near Indianapolis, IN, visit www.pathwaystohealingcounseling.com. Pathways to Healing Counseling's vision is to provide warm, caring, compassionate and life-changing counseling services and educational programs to individuals, couples and families in order to create learning, healing and growth.

Unyielding
E.3 Into the Unknown: What to Expect From Yourself

Unyielding

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 33:05


Podcast Info: Title: E. 3: What to expect: From yourself Release Date: Month, Day, 2021Speaker: Angie FreyIn Episode Three, we discuss the importance of understanding trauma while walking through this journey. We hear the advice of other moms who have walked this very same road, those who have faced this trauma, and hope to help strengthen you as you are walking through your own journey. Resources: Pathways website: https://pathwaystohopenetwork.org/ Blog: https://pathwaystohopenetwork.org/2021/10/28/33-moms-with-something-to-say/The Body Keeps the Score- Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma  https://www.amazon.com/Body-Keeps-Score-Healing-Trauma/dp/0143127748/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=the+body+keeps+the+score&qid=1627001361&sr=8-1  ____________________________________________________________________________Pathways to Hope Network is a non-profit organization that provides cost-free support and community to parents with youth facing criminal allegations. In Series 1, Into The Unknown, there will be six episodes. In each episode, we walk you through what to expect on this journey and provide you with resources and support.  Learn more about us on our website: https://pathwaystohopenetwork.org/ Discover the community and connect by following us on Facebook and Instagram.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pathwaystohopenetwork Private Facebook Group Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Pathwaysclosedgroup/aboutInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/pathways_to_hope_network/For Support, Email: closedgroup.pathways@gmail.com 

Order Up
Investing in Diverse Communities

Order Up

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 34:41


When businesses are represented by leaders from within the communities they serve, those businesses thrive. PepsiCo and the National Restaurant Association have been honoring successful restaurant industry professionals of diverse backgrounds for 14 years now with the Faces of Diversity Award. Today on Order Up, Merary Simeon, VP of global diversity, equity, and inclusion at PepsiCo, and Elisia Flores, CEO of L&L Hawaiian Barbecue, join us to discuss the importance of recognizing the health and economic disparities that disproportionately affect minority communities, investing in these communities to counter this, and ensuring diverse voices are represented within every organization.  (01:49) -https://chooserestaurants.org/Industry-Involvement/Awards/faces-of-diversity-awards ( Faces of Diversity Awards) (04:43) - American dream come true (06:28) -https://www.hawaiianbarbecue.com/ ( The comfort food of Hawaii) (08:00) - Generational passion (09:59) - Angel in disguise (12:11) - Rejoining L & L (15:18) - A big unknown (16:50) - Staying in the fight (19:59) - Franchisee focused (24:50) -https://mfha.net/pathways-to-black-franchise-ownership-program/ ( Pathways to Black Franchisee Ownership Program ) (27:04) -https://www.hawaiianbarbecue.com/franchise/ ( Become an L & L Hawaiian Barbecue franchisee) (28:16) - Diversity, equity, and inclusion This podcast is not intended to provide medical or legal advice, and nothing in this podcast shall be deemed to create or grant any rights to any third parties. Podcast listeners are encouraged to do their own research, and where appropriate, obtain the advice or guidance of legal counsel or the input of other experts with respect to their practices and/or applicable laws. Listeners are encouraged to consider the applicability and suitability of the information provided for their own individual circumstances, and the National Restaurant Association, Multicultural Foodservice & Hospitality Alliance and their affiliates cannot warrant the applicability of the information to any particular listener or party. Given the rapidly evolving nature of the pandemic, guidance may change as our understanding of unique challenges that COVID-19 poses within each country, state, and locality evolves. If you'd like to receive new episodes as they're published, please subscribe to https://www.restaurant.org/events/learning/podcasts/order-up (Order Up) in https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/order-up/id1511211971 (Apple Podcasts), https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zaW1wbGVjYXN0LmNvbS9IcFhHRHhqVQ (Google Podcasts), https://open.spotify.com/show/3SOAkud8tkbaLCaU8W4Ne5 (Spotify) or wherever you get your podcasts. If you enjoyed this episode, please consider leaving a review in https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/order-up/id1511211971 (Apple Podcasts). It really helps others find the show. https://www.dante32.com/ (Podcast episode production by Dante32.)

The Way Out Is In
Healing Our Inner Child: Pathways to Embrace Our Suffering

The Way Out Is In

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 72:15


Welcome to episode ten of The Way Out Is In: The Zen Art of Living, a podcast series mirroring Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh's deep teachings of Buddhist philosophy: a simple yet profound methodology for dealing with our suffering, and for creating more happiness and joy in our lives.In this episode, presenters Zen Buddhist monk Brother Phap Huu and lay Buddhist practitioner and journalist Jo Confino are joined by special guest Zen Buddhist nun Sister Sinh Nghiem (Adornment with Liveliness). Together, they look deeply into healing childhood wounds.  All three further discuss: inner healing, from healing the child within to collective healing and how to face our challenges, traumas and suffering to find a way through; the possibility of transformation and healing past relationships; the original fear. Brother Phap Huu expands upon: the importance of understanding the source of inner wounds in order to start healing them; Thich Nhat Hanh's teachings on childhood traumas; the Four Noble Truths; his own experience of being bullied as a child and its consequences; understanding and compassion for those we think are responsible for our suffering; apologizing and forgiveness; stopping the cycle of hate.Sister Sinh Nghiem shares insights about: her journey to becoming a nun, from escaping Vietnam on a boat with her family after the war, to her career as a psychologist, and finding Thay through another teacher in the Theravada tradition; how the practice of mindfulness helped her deal with abuse suffered as a child; healing her inner child after she became a monastic. She also discusses specific spiritual practices that helped her healing process, like reconnecting with the body, and mindful movement.Jo recollects a workshop by John Bradshaw on healing the inner child and the deep experience of transformation. He further muses on childhood and creative visualization, defense mechanisms, and the importance of understanding the context of our parents' lives. Finally, Brother Phap Huu ends the episode with a guided meditation on generating love for our own selves. Co-produced by the Plum Village App:https://plumvillage.app/ And Global Optimism:https://globaloptimism.com/ With support from the Thich Nhat Hanh Foundation:https://thichnhathanhfoundation.org/ List of resources  Plum Village Communityhttps://plumvillage.org/The Inner Child (short guided meditation)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zauJYihF2fQ  Stream Entering Monasteryhttps://plumvillage.org/practice-centre/stream-entering-monastery/ John Bradshawhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Bradshaw_(author) Theravada traditionhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theravada Understanding Our Fatherhttps://plumvillage.org/articles/understanding-our-father/ The Four Noble Truthshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dy-RI3FrdGA ‘The 16 Exercises of Mindful Breathing'https://plumvillage.org/library/songs/the-16-exercises-of-mindful-breathing/ Qigonghttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qigong Tai chihttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tai_chi Engaged Buddhismhttps://plumvillage.org/series/engaged-buddhism/     Quotes “I’ve always been very impressed with Thich Nhat Hanh because he has integrated the very depths of Buddhist teachings with Western psychology. And he focuses a lot of his teachings on healing our childhood wounds, and that the wounds we receive as children tend to stick with us throughout our lives.” “In Buddhism, we always practice in order to have liberation – but liberation has to be the liberation of something. Much of the time, as an adult, we want to understand our suffering. And in Buddhism, we have to shine light into the reality of what is happening in the here and now. In meditation and in mindfulness, when you are aware of yourself, you can start to recognize what is causing you pain and what is causing you suffering.” “When suffering is present, happiness is also there. These opposites go hand in hand. If there is happiness, then we know that suffering is also present – and we have to understand that suffering is not solely negative, because if you truly look deeply into it, you start to understand yourself more.” “When we meditate on our suffering, we can recognize that it is a continuation of the past. A lot of us experience early suffering as a child. If we didn't have the chance, as a child, to transform it or to have a breakthrough and be free from it, then that suffering will still be very present with us today.” “I had all the knowledge and all the wisdom and all the understanding to be able to go and sit with myself as a child and start that healing process.” “Tai chi and qigong for me are not just about the movement, but about learning to be mindful in my movement.” “We may forget about the event itself, the situation, the story, but the body remembers the wound; the body remembers the events that happened.” “Even though our practice is to learn to dwell in the present moment and not be carried away by the future or be swept away by the past, in meditation itself we have to also visit the three times. The three times means we have to know how to reflect on the past, no matter how miserable it can be; it can be a lesson, it can be an insight that allows us to stop because we recognize that what has happened to us gave us so much suffering. And if we don’t transform this, we will offer the same suffering to the next person that is close to us.” “If we don’t let go, then the perpetrator continues to make us suffer; we never break that cycle.” “I have learned through Thay’s teaching that, as an adult or as a parent, as an elder brother, as an elder sister, an uncle, an aunt, or a friend, our way of being is a teaching. The way we interact is a transmission in its own right. So my suffering has given me a lot of awareness about how I behave, and that has an immediate impact.” “We’re all on that path, we are all hurt, we all suffer; Thich Nhat Hanh talks about this original suffering existing from birth. It’s not that we must have had a traumatic experience growing up, but that, actually, birth itself is a traumatic experience.” “I realized it’s so important to be able to heal through these very simple things, like being able to reconnect with your body to relax and release the tension in it.” “Our teacher emphasizes a lot about brotherhood- and sisterhood-friendship. This is one of his messages to all of us: that we need communities as individuals. Yes, we can recognize our own suffering, but sometimes our own dark corners are too big for us to illuminate. We need friends to help us see the blind spots so that we can step out of our suffering, to recognize and transform it.” “This present moment is creating the past. This is one of the keys that helped me become more free in this present moment. If we live it deeply, it will become the new past.” “When you come here for the practice, you learn to bring the practice into your daily life, so that you become more solid, more stable, and more peaceful, in order to embrace the really difficult stuff – because you need that. If you don’t have a solid foundation of peace and connectedness and groundedness, then when your suffering comes up, you are automatically carried away. You are overwhelmed by the past and are not able to be grounded in the present moment with your breath. And that is a really, really important daily practice, which enables you to heal deeper wounds.”

English L'Abri
Cynicism and Romanticism, Ways we avoid Reality Part II—Pathways to Maturity

English L'Abri

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 103:06


To download this lecture on your mobile device, click “Listen in podcast app.”In part I, Marsh described how we become cynical or romantic to avoid the pain of reality. In part II we will ask how we get beyond cynicism and romanticism to begin the journey to encounter the real.For more lectures, visit the L'Abri Ideas Library at labriideaslibrary.org. The library contains over one thousand lectures and discussions that explore questions about the reality and relevance of Christianity. We ask you to respect the copyright for this audio file which belongs to L’Abri Fellowship. Please note that views expressed in the lecture and discussion times do not necessarily represent the views of L’Abri Fellowship. Get on the email list at englishlabri.substack.com

Pathways to Family Wellness
Sunlight: How to Profoundly Increase Mood, Health, and Nighttime Sleep

Pathways to Family Wellness

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 25:03


In this episode Dr. Brendan Riordan and Lauren McClain will discuss Ginny Yurich's article, "Sunlight: How to Profoundly Increase Mood, Health, and Nighttime Sleep,"  appearing in issue 70 of Pathways to Family Wellness Magazine. Physiology of the Pineal Gland and Melatonin: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK550972/ Digital and print issues of the magazine can be ordered here: https://store.pathwaystofamilywellness.org/content/subscribe

A Health Podyssey
Pathways to Equitable and Anti-Racist Maternal Mental Health Care

A Health Podyssey

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 28:00


Systems of oppression like racism, sexism, and classism lead to poor health outcomes. These factors are a source of poor mental health and have particular implications for pregnant and birthing people.Black women who face multiple axes of oppression experience higher rates of maternal mental health conditions than the population as a whole. Yet maternal mental health issues among black women are under reported and often under addressed.Isabel Morgan, director of the the Birth Equity Research Scholars Program at the National Birth Equity Collaborative, joins A Health Podyssey to discuss the affects of structural racism on black birthing people's mental health and how we can do better.Morgan and coauthors published a paper in the October 2021 issue of Health Affairs - which is dedicated to the topic of perinatal mental health - describing what they call pathways to equitable and anti-racist maternal mental health care. Through interviews with black maternal and infant mental health individuals, they identify five key pathways.Listen to Health Affairs Editor-in-Chief Alan Weil discuss those pathways with Isabel Morgan and other opportunities to improve maternal mental health issues among black women.If you like this interview, order the October Perinatal Mental Health Theme Issue.Subscribe: RSS | Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | Google Podcasts

The Pathways to Success with Julian Placino
210: Shay Rowbottom | CEO at Shay Rowbottom Marketing

The Pathways to Success with Julian Placino

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 40:33


Shay Rowbottom is a digital marketing entrepreneur specializing in helping companies create organic video content to grow their social media, and attract inbound leads to increase their revenue. She has a unique approach to marketing involving a great deal of confidence work, and teaching people how to embrace who they really are on camera. Through her own journey of adversity in life, Shay recognized several other entrepreneurs struggling with the same insecurities, and so built her marketing business around addressing those things as they pertain to business growth, video creation, and marketing. She has grown a following of over 600k+ professionals on LinkedIn and holds the record for most organic video views ever on this platform from one single creator. In less than 2 years of posting on LinkedIn, she built a 7 figure business, all without running one single ad. Social: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shayrowbo... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shayrowbottom/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX5d... Pathways to Success is brought to you by: Codeup: https://codeup.com/ CityCentral: https://citycentral.com/ (Promo Code "Pathways" for 50% off first 3 months) DeadSoxy: https://deadsoxy.com/?ref=pathways (Promo Code "Pathways" for 30% off)

Optimal Finance Daily
1677: Debt Freedom Is Great But Payment Freedom Is Better by Chris of Keep Thrifty on Pathways to Payment Freedom

Optimal Finance Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 9:51


Chris of Keep Thrifty talks about why payment freedom is even better than debt freedom Episode 1677: Debt Freedom Is Great But Payment Freedom Is Better by Chris of Keep Thrifty on Pathways to Payment Freedom Chris and Jaime live in the suburbs of Madison, WI with their three daughters. While living the typical suburban life, they are challenging the norms by living outside the box and creating the freedom they desire. At Keep Thrifty, they share their journey and bring you inspiration and tools to help you create your freedom. They've got articles and success stories to help inspire you to think differently about your dreams and your finances. They've also created a money tracking app to help you take control of your finances and make those dreams a reality. The original post is located here: https://www.keepthrifty.com/payment-freedom/  If you're looking to supercharge your investment search and want to close on better deals while investing less time, head over to Awning.com/ofd  Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com  Interested in advertising on the show? https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalFinanceDaily

Optimal Finance Daily
1677: Debt Freedom Is Great But Payment Freedom Is Better by Chris of Keep Thrifty on Pathways to Payment Freedom

Optimal Finance Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 10:21


Chris of Keep Thrifty talks about why payment freedom is even better than debt freedom Episode 1677: Debt Freedom Is Great But Payment Freedom Is Better by Chris of Keep Thrifty on Pathways to Payment Freedom Chris and Jaime live in the suburbs of Madison, WI with their three daughters. While living the typical suburban life, they are challenging the norms by living outside the box and creating the freedom they desire. At Keep Thrifty, they share their journey and bring you inspiration and tools to help you create your freedom. They've got articles and success stories to help inspire you to think differently about your dreams and your finances. They've also created a money tracking app to help you take control of your finances and make those dreams a reality. The original post is located here: https://www.keepthrifty.com/payment-freedom/ If you're looking to supercharge your investment search and want to close on better deals while investing less time, head over to Awning.com/ofd Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalFinanceDaily