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Within a year, Kelsea Ballerini is the 3rd female singer to release a divorce themed concept album: 'SUBJECT TO CHANGE'. (In 2021, Kacey Musgraves did 'Starcrossed', and ADELE reflected in '30'. ) Including current single "HEARTFIRST", I created a top 10 of her hits. Theme Song: "Dance Track", composed by Jessica Ann CatenaKelsea Ballerini discography: https://open.spotify.com/artist/3RqBeV12Tt7A8xH3zBDDUF?si=d5pNjVZ8S-2IcTrvms58nwPlaylist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3EKdYiuCz3gzhSohKeCVIA?si=8a50eba587f4404c&pt=cc295baad085ead073312def1ef8758c10. "I Hate Love Songs" (2017, 2018)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IQ46DXEQn-Y&list=PLWOIavvdAWstbnZQ4b_zZC6uh6FuU7VLD&index=159. "half of my hometown" feat. Kenny Chesney (2020-2021)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=abYaq2tWGYs&list=PLWOIavvdAWstbnZQ4b_zZC6uh6FuU7VLD&index=68. "Dibs" (2015-2016)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3lCzEOy5xs&list=PLWOIavvdAWstbnZQ4b_zZC6uh6FuU7VLD&index=127. "Miss Me More" (2017-2018)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ll1DrlZgqk&list=PLWOIavvdAWstbnZQ4b_zZC6uh6FuU7VLD&index=106. "homecoming queen?" (2019-2020)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PC0nSbgwAqw&list=PLWOIavvdAWstbnZQ4b_zZC6uh6FuU7VLD&index=135. "HEARTFIRST" (2022)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h_ep_lYEoKs&list=PLWOIavvdAWstbnZQ4b_zZC6uh6FuU7VLD&index=14. "Love Me Like You Mean It" (2014-2015)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2r6N2JQQwg0&list=PLWOIavvdAWstbnZQ4b_zZC6uh6FuU7VLD&index=113. "Legends" (2017-2018) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nGa2-kOW810&list=PLWOIavvdAWstbnZQ4b_zZC6uh6FuU7VLD&index=192. "hole in the bottle" (2020-2021)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZUHQ0j6qrCM&list=PLWOIavvdAWstbnZQ4b_zZC6uh6FuU7VLD&index=141. "Peter Pan" (2014, 2016)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JmU0b8bxlG8&list=PLWOIavvdAWstbnZQ4b_zZC6uh6FuU7VLD&index=9Interviews: Good Morning America: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fGmjjK8nFIUPeople magazine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zft6NmjJMpkYahoo Music: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ERjBRumnpbIKelly Clarkson Show: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_BHGyO0-jaMiHeartCountry: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VjwSzIZ7Fhc"What I Have" @ Kelly Clarkson Show: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_BHGyO0-jaM"HEARTFIRST" @ CMT Music Awards: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yMaUN2bOj3g"HEARTFIRST" @ CMA Fest: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4oMcK3IvBGcMusic Notes with Jess' social media:http://www.facebook.com/musicnoteswithjesshttp://www.twitter.com/musicnotesjesshttp://www.instagram.com/musicnoteswithjessSpotify account: https://open.spotify.com/user/1263063395?si=8237d9f88a8f45b7My Twisted Pulp Magazine interview is in issue #17: https://www.amazon.com/Twisted-Pulp-Magazine-Issue-17/dp/B09ZCQTWK7
In this week's episode we are happy to be joined by the DLWeekly Podcast. We discuss the announcements of the D23 parks panel as well as the differences (good or bad) between some of your favorite attractions in Disneyland and Disney World. Who has the better version of fan favorites such as The Haunted Mansion and Pirates of the Caribbean? How good is the queue for Peter Pan in Walt Disney World? And is Dinosaur a good or bad? Find out on this week's episode of the Quick Dis Takes Podcast.
This one takes an unexpected emotional turn discussing heroes specific to us and the blessing of multi-generational friendship. We find out who reigned as regional champions in the 80s at the Hagerstown Mummers' Parade, reflect on Halloween costumes of the past, talk about pets and dig up some memories about a friend's pet piranha named Meatball. Show notes: Sides of the couch, unity and listeners Do you have a memory of a favorite childhood Halloween costume of your own and/or is there a Halloween costume either of our kids have been in that you are particularly fond of? Cleopatra https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cleopatra Mummers' Parade (Hagerstown, MD) https://www.mdtheatre.org/mummers Making It https://www.nbc.com/making-it Ruhl Studios, Cumberland, Maryland Tiger Shark https://www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/fish/facts/tiger-shark Posh Spice, Spice Girls https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0120185/characters/nm0065751 Peanut M&Ms https://www.mms.com/en-us/mms-peanut-milk-chocolate-candy/p/mms-peanut-chocolate-bag Frozen/Elsa https://frozen.disney.com/ Peter Pan & Tinkerbell https://movies.disney.com/peter-pan Curious George and the Man with the Yellow Hat https://www.curiousgeorge.com/history Star Wars https://www.starwars.com/ Darth Vader https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Darth_Vader The Imperial March https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-bzWSJG93P8 Newsies https://www.newsiesthemusical.com/ What is the best age to introduce a pet to your family? Toy poodles https://www.akc.org/dog-breeds/poodle-toy/ Leopard Geckos https://www.thesprucepets.com/leopard-geckos-1236911 Pet Piranhas https://fishtankmaster.com/how-much-do-piranhas-cost/ Cracker Barrel https://www.crackerbarrel.com/ Why is it important to consider having multi-generational friendships? Other than family members, can you name a few super heroes that are specific to you? FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) https://www.fca.org/ Jason Flame – Master Motivation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P46Bky8O_9k Couch crumbs: rained out soccer game, high school classmates still stuck in high school cliques Prop your feet up: doing a broad range of speaking engagements over a period of eight days including a correctional institution, leaving work early to fish with dad and son Gary Vaynerchuk https://www.garyvaynerchuk.com/ You are welcome, not “You're Welcome,” Maui reference https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=79DijItQXMM --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
- Egotistical Narcissists as as the the Stupidity Police are not doing their job. Chinese living in ROTTING properties Some amazing technicals - historic in fact. WOW! The lowdown on Pumpkin Spice latte.. Big Business! PLUS we are now on Spotify and Amazon Music/Podcasts! Click HERE for Show Notes and Links DHUnplugged is now streaming live - with listener chat. Click on link on the right sidebar. Love the Show? Then how about a Donation? Follow John C. Dvorak on Twitter Follow Andrew Horowitz on Twitter Warm Up - Egotistical Narcissists - The Stupidity Police are not doing their job - Chinese living in ROTTING properties - We have another FRAMEWORK - Sending Kamala to the DMZ line Market Update - B A D - Things are starting to break - Confidence lost as things are breaking (Currencies) ---- Fed needs to chill - and I have a few tings to say.. - China opening up Macau (Casino stocks fly) - Technical indicators!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! NEXT WEEK - YOM KIPPUR - NO SHOW Rate Update - High grade money markets >2.4% - 2 year muni bond >2.5% 3.5% - 12 month treasury >4.3% - 10-year taps 4% today - 1 year CD > 3.5% JCD - FYI - DJIA @ 30,706 29,500 29,134!!!! Tropical Storm/Hurricane - Storm looks nasty - in the middle of some of the bans right now Technical as of Monday Morning (Charts) - Some very severe oversold conditions - KRI (-7) - only seen one time in recent history and that was 12/24/2019 when market bottomed - RSI all over sold - McClellan - LOW (-400) - Spearman LOW (-98) - 11 New 52 week highs -(most inverse ETFs) - VIX >30 - 447 SP500 below 200 DMA Boneheads - Huge tax cuts in the UK apparently decided on overnight and the approval of massive debt issuance. - Do we miss Boris Johnson Yet? - More things breaking The Cable More on Brit Pound - That currency move is NOT normal and should give a cold-water-slap-upside-the-head-punch-in-the-mouth wake-up call to Team Powell. - The moves that they are making and the hard line they are shaking is a bit over the top. - Unfortunately they have a much bigger regard for themselves than then should. - In fact, it appears that Team Powell is made up a gaggle of egocentric narcissists that need to come down off their collective perch's and take a look at what is really going on and why we are seeing historic moves in some financial markets. Sending Kamala - Vice President Kamala Harris will visit the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) separating the Koreas on Thursday in a bid to show Washington's commitment to the South's security - The DMZ visit will underscore the strength of the alliance between Seoul and Washington "in the face of any threats posed" by North Korea - Does not seem like a show of strength FEELINGS ON THE FED (Not due to markets, due to policy) - A bunch of two-toned, zebra headed, slime-coated, pimple-farming, paramecium brain, munching-on-their-own-mucus, all suffering from PETER PAN? ENVY!!! AND - lewd, crude, rude, bag of pre-chewed food, dudes! Lying, crying, spying, prying ultra-pigs! (From the movie Pan - Robin William) China - Rotting - A movement of home buyers around China who have moved into what they call "rotting" apartments, either to pressure developers and authorities to complete them or out of financial necessity. - Shanghai E-House Real Estate Research Institute estimated in July that stalled projects accounted for 3.85% of China's housing market in the first half of 2022, equivalent to an area of 231 million square metres. Can't Even - Pumpkin spice latte (PSL) - PSL industry was worth >$500 million - - Starbucks has sold more than 600 million since inception PSA - Don't cook your chicken in NyQuil - FDA now warning about this new TikTok challenge - Possible that brands are behind this insanity? - A number of videos challenged people to cook chicken in NyQuil, which contains acetaminophen,
🎟️ Ven a La Ruina en directo: http://www.laruinashow.com La Ruina desde Madrid con Ignasi Taltavull (@ignasitf), Tomàs Fuentes (@cap0) y Victoria Martín invitada a una suite de hotel. Las ruinas del público de Madrid incluyen un lorito, un disfraz de Peter Pan, una llamada en mal momento y una sorpresa para alguien del público. Ignasi Taltavull: http://www.twitter.com/ignasitf http://www.instagram.com/ignasitf Tomàs Fuentes http://www.twitter.com/cap0 http://www.instagram.com/cap0 📲 La Ruina sigue en redes: @laruinashow http://www.twitter.com/laruinashow http://www.instagram.com/laruinashow www.laruinashow.com
EPISODE 36 Your hosts Briony, Georgia and Ellie are back with break from our Throne of Glass coverage with a smut buster and a special guest, Tayla @taysreads! The girls embark on a dirty retelling of Peter Pan - The Never King by Nikki St. Crowe. Yes you did read that right. Peter Pan. With his Lost Boys in search of some lost pussay. There's uncomfortable brotherly bonding, surprising references to our late monarch as well as Briony's uncanny likeness to another childhood character, Lightning McQueen. There are no fan art references this week - for obvious reasons you sickos. If you want more Book & A Bev chaos find us on TikTok and instagram @abookandabevpodcast
The continuation of the sixth chapter of the magical, timeless tale and the Lost Boys becoming acquainted with Wendy and building her a house with Peter in Neverland. Written by J.M. Barrie and narrated by The Library Fairy with voices, song and memorable characters. Chapter 6 (part 2 of 2) and slightly abridged for all ages. Please visit The Library Fairy at Patreon to support the show and keep it free and accessible for children, parents and educators, while promoting literacy and the love of stories. Support the show
This week, Brian and Frank have an in depth discussion about which super powers are the best and Brian shares his plan for world domination. The they break down the ageless monster that is Peter Pan and discuss how old is too old when you always look young? Then Brian tries to get to the bottom of a burning question: What is Frank's favorite Disney movie? Support our sponsor GetThingsPrinted.com!: Go to GetThingsPrinted.com/WickedFunnyPodcast and use Promo Code WICKED at checkout to recieve 20% off! SUPPORT the podcast by joining our Patreon and get access to a special extra episode a week! https://patreon.com/wickedfunnypodcast Check out our Website: https://wickedfunnypodcast.com Follow Wicked Funny: IG: https://www.instagram.com/wickedfunnypodcast Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/wickedfunnypodcast FB: https://www.facebook.com/wickedfunnypodcast Follow Brian: IG: https://www.instagram.com/beaudoinbrian Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/beaudoinbrian Follow Frank: https://www.facebook.com/FrankGazerro/ https://www.instagram.com/frank_gazerro
If you follow me on Instagram you may have seen that I absolutely lost my mind over the book “Darling Girl” a couple of weeks ago. It's a modern day examination of the Peter Pan fairy tale, in which Wendy Darling's granddaughter Holly must take on Peter Pan in order to save her daughter's life. I think it's such a clever take on the story, with fresh characters and a mature, nuanced look at the real heart of the story. Today, the author of that marvelous book, Liz Michalski, is here to talk to me about the original Peter Pan and why she wrote her take on it. Along the way we discussed her love of the fantastic in every day life, the joy and grief of sending our adult children into the world, the often tragic life of author J.M. Barrie and how it influenced his strange literary world, and why “Peter Pan” is the Best Book Ever. Follow the Best Book Ever Podcast on Instagram or on the Best Book Ever Website Host: Julie Strauss Website/Instagram Guest: Liz Michalski Website/Instagram/Twitter/Facebook Want to be a guest on the Best Book Ever Podcast? Go here! Discussed in this episode: Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie Darling Girl: A Novel of Peter Pan by Liz Michalski Fun with Dick and Jane The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis Little House on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder The Crystal Cave by Mary Stewart The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien Taproot: A Story About a Gardener and a Ghost by Keezy Young Disney's Peter Pan Peter Pan (2003 Live action movie) If you are looking for more iterations of Peter Pan, there is also a sort of prequel 2015 movie with Hugh Jackman, and of course, Hook with Robin Williams. They all have really different vibes! The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman The Marriage Portrait by Maggie O'Farrell Other Birds by Sarah Addison Allen Garden Spells by Sarah Addison Allen (Note: Some of the above links are affiliate links. If you shop using my affiliate link on Bookshop, a portion of your purchase will go to me, at no extra expense to you. Thank you for supporting indie bookstores and for helping to keep the Best Book Ever Podcast in business!)
In this episode of Your History Your Story, we will be speaking with Enrique “Ric” Prado, author of New York Times bestselling book “Black Ops, The Life of a Shadow Warrior”. Ric, who was born to a middle class family in Cuba, was ten years old when his family sent him alone to the United States to save him from the abuses of Fidel Castro's Marxist regime. Ric's parents, whose property and business had been confiscated by that regime, would not be able to join their son in the US for eights long months, during which time Ric lived in a Colorado orphanage. Once reunited with his parents, he and his family quickly embraced the US as their new home, settling in Florida. Ric will be sharing many exciting stories about his life and twenty four year career with the CIA (Central Intelligence Agency), where he operated in the shadows at various locations in the world during the Cold War Era and the Age of Terrorism. Ric eventually achieved the rank of CIA Counterterrorist Chief of Operations, the CIA equivalent of a two star general. This is Ric's story of incredible dedication, patriotism and courage. Photo(s) Courtesy of Ric Prado and YHYS Podcast Music: "With Loved Ones" Jay Man Your History Your Story links: https://linktr.ee/yhyspodcast Black Ops book on Amazon (our affiliate link): https://amzn.to/3CrXPPF Time Stamps 2:20 Ric's early years in Cuba, parent's coffee roasting business 6:00 Castro's regime moves in and family moves to Havana 11:20 Ric leaves Cuba with the Peter Pan program at age 10, memories of leaving parents at airport, Orphanage in Pueblo, CO, Reunited with parents after eight months. 19:00 Family settles in Florida, moving forward in the US, Ric's education and becoming citizens of the US. 23:45 High School days and getting in the "wrong crowd", hippie story & the American Flag 31:30 Paramedic / EMT / Fire and Rescue training, Applying to the CIA. 38:30 What does Black Ops mean?, Keeping his cover and assignments all over the world, Spy school. 47:00 Scary moments & staying alert, being aware of your surroundings. 51:00 Shift from communism to terrorism, Bin Laden task force, 9/11 and witnessing the planes hitting the WTC towers. 1h 7m End of Ric's career with the CIA, retirement and reflection. Why Ric wrote Black Ops, 139 stars on wall of fallen CIA agents.
In this episode, Tory and Grace are joined by Josh Taylor from the YouTube channel Modern Mouse to discuss the Silver Era for the “Brackets of the Ages” series. This episode features the Silver Era (1950-1967) with Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, Lady and The Tramp, Sleeping Beauty, One Hundred and One Dalmatians, The Sword in the Stone, and The Jungle Book.Whatchu Watchin?!Grace - Dreamlight Valley (video game)Josh - The Little Mermaid & SplashTory - The Woman KingModern Mouse YouTube channelhttps://www.youtube.com/c/ModernMouseModern Mouse's “Disney Animation's Silver Era Explained”https://youtu.be/gmXkXSwl4-0Modern Mouse's “Disney Animation's Silver Era Explained Part 2”https://youtu.be/KRO-Vthnmp4One Cool ShotLady and the Tramp - “Tramp's illuminated silhouette inside the house”dRUNK dISNEY: Cinderella- Drink for every time someone mentions a slipper or shoe- Drink any time someone is mean to Cinderella- Drink any time a song beginsPlease rate, review and subscribe to Disney Versus on iTunes and Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Google Podcast. Follow us on Facebook at Facebook.com/DisneyVs, @DisneyVs on Twitter and @DisneyVersusPodcast on Instagram
Mark interviews Gama Ray Martinez about his recent novel GOD OF NEVERLAND, his writing life, and more. Prior to the main segment, Mark shares an extremely brief personal update, and a word about this episode's sponsor. You can learn more about how you can get your work distributed to retailers and library systems around the world at starkreflections.ca/Findaway. During their conversation Mark and Gama talk about: How Mark and Gama normally only see one another once per year at Superstars Writing Seminars in Colorado in Feb each year Gama always wanting to be a writer, and in school turning in stories instead of descriptive essays The first story that Gama sold, which won 2nd place in a David Farland anthology Taking several of David Farland's workshops Writing a "purple unicorn" story involving a potato based on a parody cover James A. Owen had crafted The background of the "purple unicorn" story Value that can come, both professionally and personally, from attending in person conferences like Superstars Writing Seminars The inspiration for writing God of Neverland which came from the epilogue of the original story of Peter Pan Embracing both traditional publishing and indie publishing Having support from both family and close friends The audiobook version, which took home an audio award The forthcoming sequel, Queens of Wonderland, which ties in to the classic Lewis Carroll book The GamaVerse of this series and how it will connect even more classic texts Writing with something on the TV in the background, but it having to be something that he has seen countless times Advice Gama would offer to other writers and beginning writers How Gama shoots for one plot point per 1000 words when greating a rough outline for a writing project Gama's goal to do a half-marathon in every state, and the Disney marathons he has participated in The feeling of walking into a bookstore such as Barnes and Noble and seeing your books on display And more... After the interview Mark reflects on the years of hard work and investment Gama put into his writing to get to where he is today and the important of getting that first draft DONE. Links of Interest: Gama Ray Martinez Website Facebook Twitter Instagram Buy Mark a Coffee Patreon for Stark Reflections Best Book Ever Podcast Lovers Moon Podcast The Relaxed Author Buy eBook Direct Buy Audiobook Direct Publishing Pitfalls for Authors An Author's Guide to Working with Libraries & Bookstores Wide for the Win Mark's Canadian Werewolf Books This Time Around (Short Story) A Canadian Werewolf in New York Stowe Away (Novella) Fear and Longing in Los Angeles Fright Nights, Big City Lover's Moon Hex and the City The Canadian Mounted: A Trivia Guide to Planes, Trains and Automobiles Gama Ray Martinez lives near Salt Lake City, Utah, with his wife and kids. He moved there solely because he likes mountains. He collects weapons in case he ever needs to supply a medieval battalion, and he greatly resents when work or other real-life things get in the way of writing. He secretly hopes to one day slay a dragon in single combat and doesn't believe in letting pesky little things like reality stand in the way of dreams. The introductory, end, and bumper music for this podcast (“Laser Groove”) was composed and produced by Kevin MacLeod of www.incompetech.com and is Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
One of the most challenging things someone can do is have tough conversations when they know there will be hell to pay. Little boys walk on eggshells, and little girls run and hide when it gets too hot in the kitchen. You there! The reader…you know what I'm talking about. How many times have you done it? - kept quiet about the elephant in the room because to address it would mean experiencing immediate discomfort. Very few of us can summon the courage and have the discipline to follow through with a committed relationship with the truth. I'm talking about a quest to know what is true…what is real…what is ACTUAL…at all costs…to forsake all others…to fuck WHAT IS with all the passion and commitment one can muster. If we aren't committed to the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth…all that's left is living a lie…and that, my fair-weathered friends, is no life at all. Living a lie is death…dead as a rusty rotten doornail. Let the dead bury the dead. Homie ain't got time for that happy horseshit. When confronted with the ugly reality that every result in our lives is our own damn fault, how much longer will we play Peter Pan and never grow up…determined to reside in Never Never Land. Always a “should”...a wish or a prayer…if only blah blah blah. LIARS…all of us…right down to the bone. Of course, I'm not talking about YOU…haha. Integrity Love Will Heresy Please message me, leave a comment, or drop your email at https://thesagesurfer.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week the boys flip the script not once but TWO TIMES!!! Kollin and JMac sip Gin and Juice and discuss the theory that Captain Hook was actually the GOOD GUY in the story of Peter Pan. Get ready for us to drunkenly ruin your childhood! Follow JMax tutorial at the beginning of the episode and come join us! Check out our Video Episodes and go cop some Merch: https://castpie.com/584c6 Follow us on Instagram: @couplepintspod --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Soundscapes: Mickey's PhilharMagic ----- Want More Here With The Magic? Watch the Show: https://www.herewiththemagic.com/show Visit The Website: https://herewiththemagic.com Watch Here: https://www.youtube.com/HereWithTheMagic Connect on Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/herewiththemagic Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/herewiththemagic/ -- In The Magic Kingdom, set amidst more celebrated and popular Fantasyland attractions, is an experience that takes the wonder of the theater and the fantasy of Disney storytelling and intertwines them into one unforgettable performance that I personally think is one of the best attractions in Walt Disney World: Mickey's Philharmagic. From the moment we step into the lobby, the space is abuzz with excitement, full of music and performance posters, all building a joyous anticipation of what's to come! Inside the theater itself, dazzling chandeliers and velvet curtains offer that quintessentially elegant ambience that promises something spectacular to come. As we settle into our seats, the sound of the orchestra warming up brings our anticipation to a crescendo. Mickey's Philharmagic is an immersive experience like no other. Here, we are not only reliving all the nostalgia of these time-honored Disney stories…we are a part of them. Our imaginations are awakened and our senses held spellbound as we follow Donald through a montage of Magic…and mayhem. Listen for the chime of Big Ben and feel the cool night air of London as we fly away to Neverland with Peter Pan. Indulge in the aroma of French delights as Lumière and his enchanted ensemble serenade us. Sing along with Simba and Miguel, Ariel and Aladdin as we soar over Agrabah, swim to the depths of Atlantica, and discover what it means to be truly Here With the Magic. Now sit back, relax, and put on your “Opera” glasses. The show is about to begin!
If you have a dream that you are on the fence about pursuing, THIS will inspire you to just GO FOR IT! Did you know that Bart Millard quit college to pursue music?! I didn't either. Listen to the bravest thing he's ever done, and MORE! Don't miss moments on this podcast: Lesson One: Quit What Isn't Working[2:58] Bravest thing Bart has ever done...the moment he QUIT college! He is still a sophomore! Lesson Two: Kick the Door Open Until God Closes It[9:40] Best advise to someone who wants to take drastic action to chase down a dream: "Just kick the door open before God closes it. -Barry Graul (Mercy Me Guitarist) "If you can do anything else do it...because we need people that cannot walk away from it." -Bart Millard Lesson Three: Embrace the Beauty of the Unknown...the roller coaster[22:29] Breaking through fear is what brings you life! Bart shares how it would it be to know every step of our journey...no fun! "My favorite quote of all time is from Peter Pan is on my wall: "But what if I fall? Oh but what if you fly?" The most thrilling part of this podcast was the end of it! THE Bart Millard from one of the greatest songs of all time, "I Can Only Imagine" told me I had good questions... the best! Yay! Maybe it was because we didn't just talk new music, we talked taking risks... and living a brave life!Did you get your free gift yet? Download Free Brave Life Planner Mercy Me's Website https://mercyme.org/Mercy Me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/themercyme/ Bart Millard on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/bartmillard/Bary Graul on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/barrygraul/Amanda Carroll's Instagram https://www.instagram.com/amandacarrollshow/I would LOVE to know what you think of the Get Your Brave On podcast! Rate Review and SUBSCRIBE on Apple Podcasts“Get Your Brave On” is inspirational to me! I can relate to Amanda and her guests on so many levels! Her spiritual journey is similar to mine in that she grew up going to church every Sunday but didn't truly develop a relationship with God until she was down on her knees as a mom. Listening to her weekly podcasts ignites fire and determination in my soul to further my trust and relationship with God and to continue to share my story with others! If that sounds like you, please consider rating and reviewing my show! This helps me support more people — just like you — life a strong and courageous life and build back better after any plot twist they face. scroll to the bottom, tap to rate with five stars, and select “Write a Review.” Then be sure to let me know what you loved most about the episode!Also, if you haven't done so already, SUBSCRIBE to the podcast. I'm adding a bunch of bonus episodes to the feed and, if you're not following, there's a good chance you'll miss out. Follow now!NEED MORE HELP TO GET YOUR BRAVE ON? I've got you! Get UNLIMITED ACCESS to Brave Prayers, Brave Meditations, and Brave Devotionals anytime you want about any topic you need! Join the BRAVE BABE Exclusive Access Membership! Get daily prayers, devotions, and meditations to help you #GetYourBraveOn at www.getyourbraveon.info
Armando Matteo"Convertire Peter Pan"Il destino della fede nella società dell'eterna giovinezzaAncora Librihttps://www.ancoralibri.it/Peter Pan ha trionfato. Ha trionfato nel cuore degli adulti e delle adulte del nostro tempo, ne ha anestetizzato il senso di prossimita? e di responsabilita?, convincendoli che fuori dalla giovinezza non c'e? salvezza. E li spinge, giorno dopo giorno, a non risparmiare alcuna energia per restare giovani a ogni costo. Anche al costo di un loro plateale rimbecillimento e della messa a repentaglio del bene delle generazioni che ora vengono al mondo.Questo e? quello che ci ha rivelato pienamente il tempo della pandemia. Questo e? il “caso serio” con il quale i credenti debbono coraggiosamente confrontarsi: la “conversione giovanilistica” delle generazioni adulte, che manda in soffitta la categoria del “credente non praticante” e rende le chiese sempre piu? vuote.Il saggio individua in due appassionati discorsi di papa Francesco alla Curia romana la road map per dare vita a un cristianesimo all'altezza della sfida dell'ora presente: un cristianesimo che sappia fare i conti con il cambiamento d'epoca, con la fine della cristianita? e con l'urgenza di un rinnovamento pastorale e missionario.Nel tempo in cui la giovinezza e? diventata il senso unico e l'unico senso della vita umana, e? ancora possibile essere cristiani? Quale spazio resta al Vangelo nell'epoca del trionfo di Peter Pan?Armando Matteo, nato a Catanzaro nel 1970, è docente di Teologia fondamentale alla Pontificia Università Urbaniana di Roma. Nell'aprile 2022 è stato nominato da papa Francesco segretario per la Sezione Dottrinale del Dicastero per la Dottrina della fede. Dal 2005 al 2011 è stato assistente ecclesiastico nazionale della FUCI e dal 2019 al 2021 direttore della rivista «Urbaniana University Journal».IL POSTO DELLE PAROLEAscoltare fa Pensarehttps://ilpostodelleparole.it/
The sixth chapter of the magical, timeless tale detailing the Lost Boys meeting Wendy, Michael and John who arrive in Neverland led by Peter Pan. Written by J.M. Barrie and narrated by The Library Fairy with voices, song and memorable characters. Chapter 6 (part 1 of 2) and slightly abridged, with suspense and themes more appropriate for children ages 10+. Please visit The Library Fairy at Patreon to support the show, and keep it free and accessible. Support the show
Jim, Bones, and Spock set off on another adventure where they start off feeling old, one of them dies at the hands of an old enemy seeking revenge, and we make some reference to Peter Pan by the end of the whole thing. And he screams "KHAN." That's the famous bit everyone knows. William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, and Ricardo Montalbán star in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. Get more bonus content and support the show at www.30podcast.com/donate. Get the Director's Cut Blu-ray: https://amzn.to/3DKete8 10-Movie Stardate Collection on Blu-ray: https://amzn.to/3DNn7sl 4K UHD: https://amzn.to/3qTqS7R Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oJ7BZ30CAoc
Creator of the Re-Sourcing MethodTM Jenna Smith provides a tangible framework for people to access their untapped resources in order to live a life of purpose, deep confidence, and self-trust. An in-demand speaker, professional singer, coach, and author. Jenna is known as the “real deal” to get you past trying and fixing, to fully living as your ideal self — permanently. How? Because she aligns people back to their nature: As confident, worthy, creative, successful beings. Cutting through half-baked Woo-Woo and Ra-Ra self-development, Jenna provides concrete easy-to-learn tools for tangible results that last a lifetime. Jenna Smith trained in Spiritual Psychotherapy, Ontological Coaching, Peak Performance, Oneness, as well as Shamanism and Intuitive healing from Peru, India, Africa, Ireland, and North America Contact Info and Links: Website: www.jennasmithcoaching.com Follow on IG: @adventuresinjennaland Intro Guy 0:00 Your journey has been an interesting one I'm to hear you've questioned so much more than those around you. You've even questioned yourself as to how you can have grown into these thoughts. Am I crazy? When did I begin to think differently? Why do people in general appear so limited in their thought process? Rest assured, you are not alone. The world is slowly waking up to what you already know inside yet can't quite verbalize. Welcome to the spiritual dough podcast, the show that answers the question you never even knew to ask, but knew the answers to questions about you this world the people in it? Most importantly, how do I proceed? Now moving forward? We don't have to have all the answers but we sure do love living in the question. Time for another head of spiritual dove with your host Brandon Handley. Let's get right into today's episode. Brandon Handley 0:43 One Hey, there's spiritual taupe. I'm on here today with Jenna Smith. She is the creator of the resourcing method, Jenna provides a tangible framework for people to tune into their untapped resources in order to live a life of purpose with deep confidence and self trust. An in demand speaker professional singer coach and author Jenner is known as the real deal to get you beyond trying and fixing to fully living as your ideal self permanently. Jenna has been trained as spiritual psychotherapy, Ontological Coaching, peak performance oneness, as well as shamanism and intuitive healing from Peru, India, Africa island in North America. Jenna what's going on? Jenna Smith 1:28 It's always interesting listening to that. I'm hanging out in southern Ontario, Canada, a little snowy right now. Brandon Handley 1:36 Well, I mean, you're lucky I love the snow, even a lot of snow. I've never really had to spend much time much further than Maine for winter, which, which was cool enough for me, I think that might be my limit. But who knows. I still like the snow and ice. Anyways, thanks for being here today. With us, we, we connected you and I connected over on pod match. I love it. It's like Tinder for podcasts are so different. And, and we get the opportunity to you know, see if there's a good fit beat. And before we hop on the call, and we did that actually, we still hopped on one just make sure was a good fit and really looking forward to the conversation to Jenna Smith 2:18 me too excited. Brandon Handley 2:20 So Jenna out, I always like to start these off with the whole idea that you know, you and I are conduits for your creative source source energy. I think you know, coming from shamanism, what you hear in shamanism is like being the hollow bone or something like that, right. And there's always something kind of flowing through us and whatever is flowing through us really ease isn't even for us, most likely it's for somebody else. And and there's a message that's coming through you today at this moment that somebody's gonna hear on the other end of this podcast. What is that message today? Jenna Smith 3:01 I feel like well, when you said sometimes it's not even for you, I feel like it's also always for you. But, um, I'm feeling like freedom is an inside job is is the two and I'm hearing right now. Like just dialing in our capacity to feel free from the inside. And then how that reflect in the outside world. And to dream like dream, our dream into being versus react from what's being already there, or other people are doing, you know, to be a creator. So that's, that's the vibe. Brandon Handley 3:43 I love it, right? The whole ideas that we're here creating our lives and, you know, one way or another, we're active participants. And hopefully we're willing, active, knowledgeable participants, creating something that we actually want in our lives versus being you know, being like, I think you said reactionary, right versus like, oh, shit, this is showing my life, I better tend to get out here freedom's an inside job, though, to your point. So I think that's a great message and a great way to start us off. So, you know, I know that we connected over the fact of you, you're, you're doing your coaching and you're in space of doing, you've done like many years of psychotherapy, you've done many years like peak performance. And you also ended up doing well call like just Aboriginal right? Healing, right. This is the the type of healing work that you'll find in native spaces. Yeah. Indigenous, there's no word. That's indigenous. So, you know, let's talk a little bit about your journey. You know, what do you think has been what has led you to this more spiritual space? Outside of the general? I'll just call it the general grind. Let's talk a bit about how you landed where you are today. And what are some things we could share with the audience? So it'll help them to step out of the grind and step into themselves, right? Jenna Smith 5:27 Yeah, yeah, and come with it. Sometimes the language I'll use is like 3d and five d, and maybe your audience would be familiar with that. But essentially, like a 3d existence, dimensional d dimensional, you have a job, and you have to do what's in front of you. And you follow these rules, and you kind of just don't have your own voice, and you don't have any freedom and power, really, you're just doing what's in front of you. And that's it. And that's true for many people. And whereas, like a five D reality is the acknowledgement that you're co creating, and you just slowly start to step out and out and out of systemic oppression and things that aren't there to, to empower humans. So just, I just thought I'd say that in case they say 3d and 5g, but how I got here was I think I came in at five D was like wtf is happening. So I mean, nothing extraordinary. My dad worked in the salt mine, my mom was a grade one teacher. But I was always an empath. I was always feeling other people's feelings and aware of things. And I could feel at home in nature. And eventually, when I got more and more to music, and eventually that was like, Oh, that makes sense. Because that's just creator, unencumbered, like nature, music, creation, anything in that creative realm where we're the intermediary of creation, right? So I was raised Roman Catholic, though. And that, that something felt off to me when I was, you know, kneeling and sitting and standing and mumbling the thing you're supposed to say at the time, you're supposed to say it without any connection to it. And I was like, hmm, this doesn't. This doesn't make sense to me. So that's, that's sort of like, the origin of knowing that there's something else at a really young age and then life presented new things. I was in a car accident when I was 15. And sustained, like soft tissue injuries, absolutely everywhere, nothing broke, but everything hurt. And that created a sleep disturbance. So I had like, no restorative sleep and chronic pain. And that created something called prevalent algea, or chronic pain syndrome. People might be aware of that. Basically, you're just always in pain, your brain doesn't work as well, all these kinds of things. And the doctors are like, yeah, so no, this is just how it is. You're just gonna have to deal with being in pain and there wasn't any options. And again, my voice in my head was like, really, like, you know, I didn't know the other option. But essentially, that led me to learning Reiki, Reiki got me connected to the energy world, like my Reiki teacher was like, hey, I can help you. And so my teachers, so over time to make a pretty long story short, teachers came to me the more that I was receptive to them. So what I would notice is I would create this opening of like, maybe there's another way or I think there's another way, and then a teacher would come. I didn't like, seek things. Often. My teachers found me. My teachers came to me so my Reiki teacher was a synchronistic event where I mentioned the word Reiki, and then someone's like, I'm taking Reiki I'm like, Okay, I'm gonna go to that thing. It was completely non forced. They always came to me. And then with shamanism, it just made sense to me. So energy made sense. To me. Reiki made sense to me. Oh, we're energy. And it's just, you know, when something sounds right, it that there's like, yeah, this makes sense that energy can come through. And this feels good. Oh, cool. Look at how I can sense things with my hands. And I kind of always knew were there. And then just kept getting more and more refined. And then in the real world, like, oh, I should have a job. So I love singing, and I was good at singing. And I went to university for singing, because apparently, that's gonna get you a singing career, which it won't. So that's not a thing. It'll get you in debt. And then you'll be like, Oh, what's, what's the plan for this? So that led me to being a personal trainer and doing these jobs and being in that 3d world, like, oh, had to pay my rent level up, but all the while I'm doing spiritual development. And I need my shaman mentor, random guy named Chris. You know, like, he doesn't have a special shaman name. Brandon Handley 9:51 I'm just assuming. Yeah, I mean, we all know Jenna Smith 9:56 Chris is actually his shot. I was like, No, that's wrong. His shaman He was left foot. But normal looking dude named Chris at a music festival looks at me strangely. And I was like, what's that about? Then we did an energy exchange and he helped me put my spirit back in my body. He's like, do you want to put your spirit back in your body? Yes. Brandon Handley 10:18 Do I know what that means? Yes, Chris. That'd be fantastic. I'm guessing you're the you're the person that does this. Jenna Smith 10:24 Yeah, like he had a t shirt and everything. So So I actually joke about him like strange, man. I think I was 22. Now he was maybe 3040s. And I was like, oh, yeah, come back to my mom's house. So we'll do an energy exchange of bodywork Brandon Handley 10:40 Did Did you tell your mom that that's what was happening? Oh, didn't Jenna Smith 10:44 tell her all I'm just like these, this free creature. Luckily, my spirit guides are like, we've got to just corral this chick until we get her tuned up. So. So either way, he put my spirit back on my body we did. It was at a traditional healer, heal me lie on a table, they heal you, right. That's what I was used to. I go and get Reiki, I go and get healed, I go see a healer. This was you know, weird to kind of like Tai Chi movements. And then you access something in the spirit world as a shaman and then you can blow it, it's another way to move into the physical through your breath, to blow that energy back into where it belongs. Or to blow out energy that is not in the highest. So there's no good or bad in shamanism, it's usable energy and usable energy. So when that happened, I felt a distinct shift because a bunch of we did a heart thing. And so a bunch of ex boyfriends popped up, like, called me something is like, out of nowhere, like one week in the one week period. I had a dream about you to learn. I'm like, okay, strange, but so so it's like evidence, right? Like, this isn't a coincidence. This would not have happened otherwise. And then my actual like, fiance type person living with me left, I went back home and there was a posted, I'm, I here's the key, like insects in the city. So I was that I quit. Yeah, like, I can't like something like I couldn't do as in person. Something something and I was so devastated. But this spirit in my body new vibrational muscle that I had was like, just curious, just wandering, and not freaking out. So both happening simultaneously. So I call Chris. Um, why did you do? What, by the way, he said, you know, she said, His Spirit stuff that I now say to my clients of like, you need to see each other with new eyes, blah, blah, blah. But it was just evidence to me, it was just intangible world that was just so powerfully boom, like, superhero landing, made tangible, like this energy shift. Did that recalibrating my life to match my spirit more? Brandon Handley 13:26 Right? Right, right, right. You energetically aligned right? Your spirit was like in your body and present and kind of an awareness of the Spirit in of itself, right? Just be like, Oh, shit, like Peter Pan, right? You So you found your shadow and you sewed it back on? Jenna Smith 13:44 Just just just that space was filled and and and now I could see through those eyes. So sort of like bambi legs, though. Oh, I don't know what I'm doing yet. Brandon Handley 13:57 We have to get like three or four more Disney references. And by the end of the podcast, Jenna Smith 14:02 we'll get sponsored. I love Disney movies. And I sang right and I like talk to animals. So I'm like, I wanted to present a Disney princess like obviously there should be a movie made about me. So anyway, that introduced me to shamanism that introduced me to the world of indigenous medicine which then more again, same thing, met mon Daza, from Zimbabwe who's a peacekeeper medicine man. So cool. He was taught how to be a medicine man from his ancestors through his dreams. So dragged about all the herbs and everything his feet were hanging over riverbank, seeing all the herbs without any instruction he went and got the herbs that he Oh this looks like this and didn't know what they were. Next stream was basically an encyclopedia of feeling like this is for this in this is for that. And then people started coming. So he tells this isn't like some guy on TV trying to make money like This is like he has nothing to prove. So like this Is this legitimate other good five d, where you're given instructions, you are being trained, you're being receptive, you're participating in your training, which is also very important. And then the people come, then you're then you're a magnet, right? Then you have that magnetic quality. So then the right people came, the people who needed him came and etc, etc. So learn from him a little bit and then just followed by spirit, just follow like, oh, go to Peru. Oh, go to these things. It wasn't like, Unknown Speaker 15:36 I should go to Peru so I can get a selfie on Machu Picchu, and then that'd be super cool. And it'd be super spiritual. Like, Jenna Smith 15:42 none of that voice guided my journey. And I think that's why like, Now this stuff is really cool. Like, when I was in high school, I'm 39. This was not cool. Like, this was like weird. And, you know, like, oh, like it wasn't Oh, neat. Tell me about chakras. Like, oh, my gosh, you're a shaman meet like before? Brandon Handley 16:08 It's definitely it's definitely interesting to see this kind of surge in the space. I mean, I think that Ayahuasca has a lot to do with it. I think that the Jenna Smith 16:22 entrepreneurs, tech startups, well, Brandon Handley 16:25 and a lot of, you know, I think, you know, plant medicine being legal now, like everywhere, right? Like, so with that coming to the forefront, there's like, it's become just a little bit more mainstream and acceptable, right. To your point to you've got tech entrepreneurs and people with high profiles, it'd be like, Yeah, I asked him for life, bro. And so, you know, it's bringing it to the forefront and making it this kind of cool thing. But what I think and you know, love to hear your part on this. And thoughts on this as well, is we got to be real careful, right? This is like a veneer, right? This is just the surface level of, you know, the spirituality, right, like just saying your spiritual wearing all the clothes and doing all this shit. Doesn't necessarily mean that you are, you know, connected to yourself. Right. I actually kind of had a question earlier. You know, where's the disconnect in general religion, right? Traditional religion, and want to make sure that we don't go down that same path again. Jenna Smith 17:38 Yeah, I believe in there's many rivers to the same ocean. Energy about spirit religion, as long as it's like, the not the human vs. Right. So the human vs of like control and power, and we both can't be right at the same time. That is when you need to call BS because Spirit is we're all right, all the time. So there's, there isn't that war energy, there isn't any separation, there literally isn't in that frequency. And we can't get there from the mind. We can't get there from a cognitive mind. Unknown Speaker 18:24 So yeah, Brandon Handley 18:25 well tell me more about that. Jenna Smith 18:28 Yeah, so the mind naturally will separate to the mind will naturally see good and bad, it's a good thing. It's like, that smells bad. Don't eat it. Like it's a good tool for life and for relationships and for unity and oneness and CO creating a world that doesn't suck. Not a great tool. Like it's limited. So the cognitive mind is bound to what has been, and what's been told to you. Brandon Handley 18:58 And the target in mind, again, cognitive mind, again, is what's bound and what Jenna Smith 19:04 it's bound to only what has been, and what's right in front of you. So it's what they are doing and what has been done. So it's not the place of innovation and creation and possibility. And unless someone has the courage to bring that in, but the cognitive mind is not the place where you create new things, or you create deep connection. It's a tool. It's just simply a tool, but it's not meant to be what we live from dominantly Brandon Handley 19:37 does so now of course, the follow up question is where are we supposed to live? dominantly. Jenna Smith 19:43 So, I believe we have the capacity to use our mind as a tool. And our body is a gateway to intelligent information through sensation and our heartspace which can also be used with emotions, it's a space. You know, when you there's no words, right? This is where music comes in, this is where poetry comes down. This is where art comes in, where it's trying to translate that thing that you can't bring words to what we try. And it's a beautiful trying, when we do it artistically. The dot space is the space of love and creation, where there is no noise of thoughts, because the thought is meant to be a tool. It's very reductionist, what I'm saying but it's, it's to help make sense of something make sense of where we could go with it. And we can increase our capacity of feeling with sensations in our body, we can increase our capacity, feeling the space of the heart and living from it more and more and, and going to fill up fill up in this space. Um, we just aren't, we're taught, we just weren't taught but the Ayahuasca is in the plant medicines are also those gateways, those access points that clean off our receivers. So but I like to make it really grounded and really easy, and like something preschool kids could do. So then that means adults could do it to feeling like they would be dumb if they dried, but your body and your heart. And so there's this place called your center, where all of it is there, like you can feel the body sensations, the mind has something to say, the heart is giving us data, it's all data. And then there's a space in between, there's a space in between all of that where we are. Hmm. And that's, that's where if we go from there, we're good. No matter the circumstances or conditions, this is what I've come to find. You know, my dad's committed suicide, I've been through a tornado killed chronic pain, blah, blah, blah. And it's, it's this, it's this place where I don't break where it is unbreakable, you know. So that center place where you have access to your body, your heart, and your mind, and then your spirit. All working at the same time. Brandon Handley 22:13 I want to use the word like resilience for this place where you don't break. But is that a good word? Is there a better word that you can think of that would describe that place? Jenna Smith 22:24 Hmm, I mean, I call it I call it this is the resourcing method. This is but it's not the best word either source like to resource to is the method of how to get there, but I would call this space like resilient is is a it's like a, you know, it's like an ad it's like your will get resiliency. Brandon Handley 22:44 Right. Right, exactly. But I think that there's I think that if what I'm understanding is that this is really a space where where you're connected, this is the place where you're connected, right, where you realize just in a moment that you're connected with source and in that space, right. Where you won't, you can't break. Right. I love you know, Bob Proctor. I haven't listened to him for a while. But one of the lies that he said, that really resonated with me back in the day was your spiritual DNA is perfect. Right. And so since then, I've always had to agree with him. So this is a place where you're spiritually connected, and you can't, it's impossible to break. So that would be I guess, where I would land that. Would you agree? Disagree? Jenna Smith 23:42 Yeah, there's no wrong or bad. There's no behind or forward. You know, you're not like, you know, people like, Oh, I'm dealing with this again, on like, two steps back with no Brandon Handley 23:54 users right here. Always here. Right? Jenna Smith 23:58 Yeah. And, and we heal in a spiral. Right. So sometimes the you that's a new new expression of yourself looks at an old date with new eyes with new capacity with new resourcing. In order to bring it fresh consciousness, bring it fresh, bring it Love, bring it attention, we don't have to add fancy words bring attention to something that was too hard to be with before. Okay, there's something wrong with that. So yeah, I like all that. Brandon Handley 24:28 And I like the idea to have it being in a spiral. It always makes me think I always think of the golden ratio, right? And just kind of like the growth is the growth is it gets bigger as you go out, but you still TierPoint like you can still see all of the rest of what's happening. So one of the things I want to hit on too, I mean, I'm definitely loving the you know, the indigenous conversation and talking about some of that but also want to just make sure that the people listening because You've also got two degrees in psychotherapy, right? So I mean, it's not like you didn't go to school and study and you just did a bunch of ayahuasca and hung out mud baths for a couple years and came out of it being like, Hey, I'm a healer. You're like, Hey, I also am classically trained, Western style. And then, you know, East meets West. Let's talk about the convergence of the two a little bit and how that's where do you see that convergence? Jenna Smith 25:30 Well, it's a great time, as you said, the hype Enos of plant medicine that can be misunderstood is like a transactional nature, I take this, I get that. No. And so if you don't have discernment, Trump being a trauma informed therapist is, luckily, it's trendy now. Like, it's also gaining trend, which is great mental health and the, there's some missing elements, but to be trained hours and hours and mentors, and it's, it's, it's so small thing, and I'm not like tooting my own horn, I'm just saying. It made sense to me to put that much time and effort into it. And the payoff is I am capable, when someone has something arise to deal with it. Like deep trauma, all of these things, you can't just Life Coach School them. Like there's some cool stuff with that have like habit management, all that kind of stuff. But when we talk about deep healing of human beings, fragmentation and PTSD and addictions and and you know, bringing up suicide, there's like, deep stuff that you don't want to eff with. Like, it is possible, Brandon Handley 26:48 right? And as a coach myself, I'm like, I tap out, I'm like, I'm out. You need somebody you need somebody else to deal with this shit. Jenna Smith 26:56 Okay, it's just like saying, Brandon Handley 26:59 Yeah, this is this, this is this is outside of my purview. But I love that, you know, you're able to, again, you're harnessing many different kinds of facets, right, many different pieces. And just curious again, to where you're seeing this convergence. Okay, right. Shamanism? Yeah. Jenna Smith 27:20 Yeah, I'm seeing in the world. Okay, so I started and then I went off, but there is what I love is the with the internet and the online world, that you're seeing more trauma informed with Gabor Ma Tei. And Thomas Hubel. You know, you never really hear their name out loud. That, that they're starting to have these conversations and those that are interested in seeking and wanting that wholeness are able to access this information, because it's out there. So there is a convergence, because, you know, in psychotherapy, you do inner child work, in shamanism you do. Soul Retrieval, right. So, um, and then there's just inner parts. In general, we have all of these inner parts that are dealt with in the psychotherapy, therapeutic model, that are also seen in the shamanic world, they're just different names. So it's really cool to be a part of both and then this Ontological Coaching and high performance and achievers and all that kind of stuff. And working with that type of personality type is really fascinating, but they all do converge, and how we relate to reality. So with the shamanism, being that creator, and not having it be wrong or bad. And then with psychotherapy, it is to bring Completion to things that haven't been processed before. So essentially, so you're not repeating the pattern, which is the same thing as being a co creator, right? Like, okay, so I tend to attract this kind of thing into my life, how can I be different in order to create an experience a different experience, so they, there is a lot of convergence. And the more you do it, the simpler it gets. That might have been like a lot of words, but what I find the essential truth of these converging is that we are already whole, what arises is what needs attention. And it's the right time if it arises, and you will attract the right people. I've always attract the right teachers, but not if I think I need them. Now, if I'm, you know, like up until 4am, looking for the solution to the problem. Right. Brandon Handley 29:37 Yeah. So, I love that you're hitting on that point. I jotted that down earlier to when you're talking about the you know, being magnetic and having the people drawn to you right, like, you know, and without, without seeking, right we talk about I think we hear a lot in this you know, spiritual just five d See this other space have a life of ease, right? And how things are supposed to be easier. And people are like, No, you got, you got to do all this work and you do all this other stuff. But you're also now you're not. And so this, this part that you're sharing, which I just want to highlight is like, you know, the people showed up when you needed them without like, ultimately seeking them without saying, I need this now in my life. But then when you do, you're like, Oh, my God, where I need, like shamon 101. And I need it like in zip code 19465. Like, oh, I can't find a shaman that fits my needs. Right? Where's How come a shaman won't just show up? Right? It's just energy that we put out thinking, I think that I heard you talk a little bit about this on another podcast, trying to do it from the egoic place. Jenna Smith 30:51 Trying to infer something's missing. So when when we're committed that something's missing, we're going to create, keep creating, something's missing. So we'll, we'll find somebody but they're maybe not great. Or like that you have a weird experience or Brandon Handley 31:03 your lesson? No, Chris, there. No, Chris. Jenna Smith 31:07 Chris, I mean, come on. That's the reality of it. I was gonna be like, what is Chris's Brandon Handley 31:13 name, I need to get ahold of Chris, is that like, Chris? versus shannon.com? Is that what I heard him say? Jenna Smith 31:20 He's gonna love this, it's so much fun. But you know, I do want to touch on that ease part. Because it's a both and you do work, you do do work on yourself, you do have a committed relationship to yourself and what comes your way. But there is ease on the other side of that, in order for you to be your fullest expression. So you can't just dink around, whatever, like, although sometimes I do because that's part of my full expression like, dawdling, it's like a way for me to kind of defragment or like hanging out on my hammock, like the things that make me more me, make me a better healer, make me more present, make me radiate more, so I can help more people, that that isn't the only reason why I'm doing it, I get to live a great life, and I should, as you do, and as should others. And that's sort of like the memo, people need to get like you give from your overflow. And that's what you deserve to have is what is that life that creates those conditions for you to be that, and sometimes that's working more hours for some people, but the ease is in the lack of struggle that you're not? Brandon Handley 32:38 Well, I mean, if you're working harder towards or in a life that you actually want, there's, there's a there's a purpose, there's a meaning there's alignment, right, then, you know, with all of that should come some type of ease in that. And it's not. Because it's your choice, right? Because this is this is like a meaningful, this is what I'm doing. I'm doing it on purpose, versus like, I'm getting up to pay the bills, I'm getting out because this I have to do this and all those things. Jenna Smith 33:09 Nature. So there are ants, right there ants are as a species, right? That that's their jam. Like there are people, and I know them and usually hire them. Like you come work for me. Like because you love doing this. And I thrive with lots of space, lots of space and time to go into cave time. And I need that in order to go out back into the world. And I've tried it different ways. But no, it just it's I would call it to be true to your nature to just assume the tree is going to have what it needs. And you know, the dog depending on where it lives, who's hosting it goes into should have what it needs, that in nature, you're going to have your needs back, just just just the way things are. But why not humans and to me, it's about returning to that that vibration of pay if I was created by a Creator and nature, this intersection of both which they are i There is a life where everything I'm supposed to be is supposed to be here for me. Not because I'm entitled. It's that everyone should essentially be able to come back to that existence because that just makes sense. That just makes sense to me. Brandon Handley 34:21 Right? Right. I think honestly, we're seeing that a lot more out there right now. So I guess the question I would have is, let's let's talk about doing some work with Jana. Right? Like who you know, who you working with? What's uh, you know, somebody who's listening to this podcast is like, Yeah, I'm down to do some spiritual shamanism and let's, let's get in out of the 3d indentified the, what are some of the first steps there? Jenna Smith 34:49 Yeah, so I mean, I mean, like pragmatically My website is Janice with coaching.com. And I work with The people that I have on my website that feel deeply and think big, so they're, you know, the achiever types that they know there's something that they're here for, but they're dealing dissatisfied and that kind of thing. So when I work with people like that, through conversation, it's like transformational conversations we meet as they speak, I can hear where they're out of alignment I can hear where they're battling themselves. In reality, I can hear programs that aren't theirs that third their mom or this and I don't villainize parents, and I don't villainize the programs, it's just like, that's not you. And it's very pragmatic, and that by having those conversations, okay, now, here are the things that you as an individual, individualized things that work for most humans anyway. So that's a bonus that will tune you to you more. And it's like in digestible increments, because that's, again, what makes my my job easy, is I'm tuning in to the intelligence of that person in front of me, knowing that it knows how to guide this person, with all of my gut with all my tools and all of my teaching all, but the biggest thing is to be present with the human in front of me, and listening deeply with presence and go from there. Maybe not the answer you're looking for. But that's what Brandon Handley 36:25 I mean. That's what it looks like. Right? That's what looks like for somebody to come to you and do work with you and to initiate what you know, what is something I guess what is something practical that maybe somebody doesn't have the time to pick up the phone to call Jenna today? Or this week? Do you have anything that they could take a look at themselves some tools that you might offer? Jenna Smith 36:52 Absolutely, yeah, so not sure if you have as a link notes. On my website, you'll see a link to programs and there are free meditations. So the heart breathing meditation is. So the three things I'm always going to recommend our heart breathing, which is meditation to center into the heart space journaling, and sensing the body sensations. So those are the steps to start to strengthen those vibrational muscles I talk about with your body and your heart, managing your mind and accessing your spirit. So they're all on that website. So there's, there's about five free meditations and the heart breathing it but if you were to pick one, I would say take on the heart breathing exercise for a month and start there because that's the muscle. It's like if you only ever did bicep curls, right? If you're into fitness, hi used to be a personal trainer. But you know, like, it's like, that's what we're always doing is our mind, our mind our mind. But you got to start working that muscle that doesn't get enough attention. Yeah, so it's like, definitely start there. I am writing a book right now. So that'll be coming out. So once you join teachable, you will get access to being on my list. So then you'll know when the book comes out as well. Brandon Handley 38:05 Awesome. You mentioned, like I said, check out another podcast and you'd mentioned something that I really liked about journaling, like journaling is what is not necessarily just writing down stuff, it is what Jenna Smith 38:18 it's a technology. So it's a it's an integration technology of merging your mind slowing it down, embodying it, it comes down through the heart space, your heart is connected to your hands energetically. And then as you're writing on paper, ideally, like computer typing isn't the same thing. As you're writing you're you're simultaneously being aware of and you're witnessing your experience. So you're getting all of these things all at once. And most people these days are like, Oh, I can't write as fast as my head. I can't you know, I can't write fast enough. I think it's hilarious. It's like, what do you think the problem? Like? What do you think the solution is? And they very rarely think to write slower. Just see what happens. Brandon Handley 39:08 Right? Right. I know, I've certainly gotten the feedback. Well, you know, if I write that much, my hand or arm is gonna hurt and like, well, I don't know, then maybe write less that day and work your way up to it or Jenna Smith 39:18 whatever, right? It's just the noise of the mind. And so as you start to write in a non hairy, crazy way, that is showing you how your mind is right. You're you're bringing awareness to thoughts and you're bringing awareness to your experience of thoughts through the page. And then as you begin as you journal more and more, it's this relationship with yourself that you're cultivating. You know, do you have the page? And so it's not a Dear Diary, it's uh, you know, you can do a brain dump, which is just blah, My shoulder hurts. It was hard to sleep. And then oh, maybe I'm grateful for this grateful for that. And then sometimes you could do a creation journal where Oh, you know, I'd love to feel inspired today and then just have floated out, like, you have no idea how it's gonna happen. And I've done this before, it's so neat, how creation will play with you, if you play with it. Like if you're I would love to experience I did one time, I'd like to be delighted. Whatever something and I, I hold out this book and then there was a bookmark that said, so are you ready to be delighted today? And it was a Pottery Barn ad. But it was the exact words, Brandon Handley 40:33 right? Well, it's, you know, to me, it's interesting. You know, I was going to ask you do you write down? Do you generally ask people or recommend that they write down some things that they might want? Oftentimes, right, we don't focus on what we want. We tend to just focus on the noise, right? Instead of cutting through it, and just saying, that's a bunch of noise. Here's actually what I, this is what I'd like this to look like. And then when you're writing it down, you're becoming part of that creative process. I think years ago, I called it like, physically, like the cosmic record player of the universe, right? Like the pen being like the needle on the paper being, you know, Jenna Smith 41:12 that's cool. That's a neat record, right? Brandon Handley 41:15 And so, but then it shows up, because now you've like, you've given yourself permission to just see it once. Now you're gonna see it, like, again, I think we talked about in the beginning here, you just talked about seeing the evidence of these things that are showing up in your life. So awesome. No, I love I love that. Is there anything else you wanted to hit on? Before I flip this over to just one more section here? Jenna Smith 41:40 Nope. Other than on my website, there are journal prompts, as well. Okay, so that's like, the brain dump start thing and then some prompts of like, creating and I actually can't remember them right now. But basically, holdings are very good, though. Helping Yeah, they're great. Like carry member one. But two prompts, because if you're new to journaling, you'll just be like, most people can't deal with this blank page to save their life. So confronting and you were so afraid of getting things wrong. But anyway, there's journal prompts, so but I love that record player. I just had a really cool visual when he said that. Brandon Handley 42:20 So I mean, look, when it came to me, like as I was doing it, just that's just how I felt right? I've got a tactile response of the paper to write. I've got a favorite paper to like, I mean, I'm just That's it gets to that point. You're like well, this is my favorite pet and I can't journal with it. Jenna Smith 42:35 is true. Like the these like gel pens that Unknown Speaker 42:40 that? Yeah, yeah. Brandon Handley 42:42 Yep, that and I've got this my papers down there. But I've got like this cotton press paper. That's all tactile and responsive. It's so great. Anyways. I'll share that with you after the fact. Okay. So I like to I like to I like to like in this podcast is kind of like a spiritual speed dating thing, right? Like, because people are gonna tune in and they're checking out like, hey, JENNA SMITH could be my next spiritual speed date. Like, I think, you know, studies also show out there that a lot of people just kind of go through like a 90 day cycle. Like, they're just like, hey, I'm gonna tune into all things Jenna for like, 90 days. So somebody's gonna tune in, you feel like nowadays, spiritual speed dating. There's a question. I'm gonna ask you a couple of questions you get for that. Jenna Smith 43:27 Never Never done this on a podcast before I like it. Brandon Handley 43:30 Alright, so spiritual Bachelorette number one. Describe God. Jenna Smith 43:40 To me, God is the source of everything and always here, but also like your cool uncle that wants all the best for you. And you can just call them and be like, so this is what happened today. And it really sucked, or can you get me a pony? Because I'd really like to have a pony. So I feel like it's not an ego thing. But it's this divine creator parent that intrinsically because you've been created wants you to be your fullest expression. Brandon Handley 44:15 Like, who wouldn't want that for their child? Right? Like if I'm if listen, if I'm taking a one in 400, Chilean shot, ascended jennasmith down to this dinky planet, or I'm not sending her that I have a shitty experience as a parent, right? Yeah. That's just my take as a parent, and you know, if you put it into the context that you're putting in, like, what are we also afraid of? Right? Like, you talked a little bit about like, even just getting to this prompt like getting to a journal and be like, I don't know what I was supposed to write. Right and like being afraid of writing the wrong thing. What are we what are we also afraid to Jenna Smith 44:53 do that we're not enough? We're so afraid that we'll get it wrong. We're not enough and were worthless, like the worthless Unknown Speaker 45:04 virus Jenna Smith 45:06 is just the worst. It's just the worst. It's like it's couldn't be further from the truth of who we really are. I had it too, I call it toxic shame. But feeling worthless is the antithesis of who you really are. And the it feels so terrible that you also don't share it with anybody. So it stays hidden and Off, off we go in this pain loop. But it's just not true. It's the feeling of worthlessness is so terrible, because it's not true. It is my belief. Brandon Handley 45:37 Get it? You know, just not even being worthy of something decent to write down that somebody would want to read type of thing? Jenna Smith 45:45 Well, you get it wrong. Like if you're wrong. You're wrong. Not you're not you're you don't have a journal yet, or this is new. Brandon Handley 45:52 Listen, I think that even sometimes my own gratitudes are wrong. I'm like, well, that doesn't I'm not sure if that was the right gratitude for today. Am I doing this right? I get it, I get it. And I also think that in conjunction with that, that's one of the things that people are afraid to make decisions, right. There's like the paralysis of what if I make the wrong choice? What do I make that what? Good? Well, no, Jenna Smith 46:17 I was, it made me think, you know, we also our children, we don't stop having an innocent, vulnerable self when we're 19 and then figure out what job we should have and who should we should marry and started like, it's so stupid. We're always vulnerable. And so this acceptance of our vulnerable self will also help with that too. And like, Unknown Speaker 46:38 Ooh, I'm scared of this, but it's okay. It's okay. Brandon Handley 46:43 To love that, to me, I'm definitely working through sounds sounds like you know, inner child work. What was the shamanism version of that? Jenna Smith 46:53 Oh, soul retrieval, Brandon Handley 46:55 soul retrieval and Shadow Work could all kind of be Jenna Smith 47:00 like, it's just basically saying like, Hey, it's okay to be like I call it being humaneness and beingness. The humaneness realm is the inner child and the shadow and the ego and the relationships and I would never be like Hitler. Brandon Handley 47:16 Speed balls, cocaine and heroin. You never know. Right? So yeah, Jenna Smith 47:21 the just the humaneness has its own thing. And then the Beingness has its own thing. And we're both Right, right. Brandon Handley 47:26 Which is super awesome. having you on here today. Love that. There's lots of free material that can help others along their journey. Where should we send people to to connect with you? Jenna Smith 47:38 Definitely. JENNA SMITH coaching.com. And I'm on Instagram, at Adventures in Jenna land. Brandon Handley 47:47 All right, awesome, awesome people that are Intro Guy 47:50 cool. I really hope you enjoyed this episode of the spiritual dove podcast. Stay connected with us directly through spiritual dove Dotco. You can also join the discussion on Facebook, spiritual and Instagram and spiritual underscore. If you would like to speak with us, send us an email to Brandon at spiritual dove.co. 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Fuzzies! We're back this week to chat about Robin William's 1991 film, Hook. A flick that follows a middle aged Peter Pan, now a workaholic lawyer, who's forgotten who he is. We also chat about Old People's Home for 4 Year Olds, Shane's new obsession with the Royal family, a certain gap-toothed bitch and our upcoming holiday plans! If you like the show, please subscribe and leave us a review! 5 stars please :) If you're on Anchor, leave us a voice message with your favourite nostalgic.. anything! We want to hear from you! Follow us on TikTok @warmandfuzzy_podcast Hit us up in the DMs @warmandfuzzy_podcast Connect with Amelia @ameliasingson Connect with Shane @shanino_
We back, and we back, and we back....for season 4! So much has happened in the interim, and we've missed you all so dearly. In our season premier, the boys open up about their personal lives, Justin finds a troubling billboard, and Peter Pan gets an Anime makeover! Featuring special guests Morgan Reilly and Keland Sarno. As always, big thanks to Peter Charney for our incredible theme song, and Nick Proto for our awesome logo. If you liked this episode, don't forget to leave us a rating and review, and be sure to check out past seasons as well!...Or...at least season 3...For more content and episode release announcements, follow us on Instagram @pitchthispod or Twitter @Pitch_this_pod and as always, wash your dogs twice a a day.
When I say “F-boys” we all know the exact type of person I'm talking about. These are the guys who have Peter Pan syndrome. They never grow up, they play games, they don't want a real relationship, and sometimes it can feel like they are the only men that you are attracting. And now you want to know how to stop attracting those dicks so you can begin to find your ideal person. I can tell you, even when you're doing the work and it feels like you're doing everything right, those F-boys are still going to show up. So in this episode, I share with you how I coach my clients who keep attracting those F-boys, and what your work is so that you don't fall into a victim mentality and you stay focused on creating the result of finding Mr. Right.I believe that we all have blind spots. Maybe you feel like you're doing the work, and it just isn't working anymore. Or maybe you're looking to take your work to the next level and really invest in healing your heart and calling love in. I would invite you to buy my course or apply for my one-year group coaching program, both with the same title as this podcast. Through the course and the program, I guide you through healing your heart, falling in love with you, and finding someone better. To learn more and apply, visit my website: https://clairetheheartbreakcoach.com/Topics In This EpisodeThe results you create when you have a victim mentalityWhy it is so critical to understand how your mind works and know your triggersThis work applies to much more than just F-boys in your dating lifeYour willingness to create the result you're looking forBelieving that you can't handle the unavailable menBeing unattached to the when, the how, and the who, while also being willing to attract the fuck boys Looking for the lesson you should be learningResourcesEpisode 5, My Heartbreak Story PLEASE NOTE: Claire refers to her exes and the listener's ex as a “he,” based on her own personal experience as a heterosexual female, but this work can be applied to ANYONE going through heartbreak. ALL genders and sexual orientations are encouraged to listen and apply Claire's tools into their own lives!Editing and show notes by Roth Media
Teri Bolo joined by to discuss the lack of Groundling representation on my podcast; her first vivid memory of seeing Peter Pan on TV; going to see Pollyanna and being told she looked like Hailey Mills; her and her aunt going to Gary Austins improv class, which became The Groundlings; what it means to teach improv or to take improv classes; the rules of improv; whether characters are created or fine-tuned in improv; Laraine Newman; "Tunnelvision"; "If You Don't Stop You'll Go Blind"; The Dating Game; The Gong Show; her role in "Carrie"; being on a big time movie set; the famous shower scene; working with George Burns and John Denver in "Oh God"; being cut out of "Animal House"; going to movie locations while on vacation; Gary Austin; Del Close; improv being collaborative and not competitive; Robin Williams; Fred Willard; "The In Laws"; "Mommie Dearest"; my dad meeting Faye Dunaway and my mom meeting the bank robber from the "7-Ups"; making out with a girl for a scene i "Scarface" that you can only see her arm in; "Pee Wee's Big Adventure"; being a stand in for Julia Duffy and The Love Boat; the Newhart episode where she and Julia Duffy played twins; Bob Newhart not getting recognized at the gate; Don Rickles visits Newhart set; 24; "Little Miss Sunshine"; when to approach celebrities;
In this episode of "I FREAKING LOVE THAT MOVIE", Robert Fike and Andrew Sears journey back to Neverland with special guest, Jessica Sears, as the trio talk HOOK.Whether it's the fandom around the movie, fun facts and trivia, OR the moments we FREAKING LOVED, there's something here for everyone. And if you already love Hook, you're going to FREAKING LOVE this episode!Synopsis:When his young children are abducted by his old nemesis, Capt. Hook (Dustin Hoffman), middle-aged lawyer Peter Banning (Robin Williams) returns to his magical origins as Peter Pan. Peter must revisit a foggy past in which he abandoned Neverland for family life, leaving Tinkerbell (Julia Roberts) and the Lost Boys to fend for themselves. Given their bitterness toward Peter for growing up -- and their allegiance to their new leader, Rufio -- the old gang may not be happy to see him.Where can you find it:- Stream it on the Starz app or wherever you rent/buy your movies!Follow us on Twitter at I FREAKING LOVE THAT MOVIE (@IFLTMovie), Rob Fike (@robfike), and Andrew Sears (@searsandrew) for even more banter and love for movies! And a special thanks to Jessica Sears (@stuffiesears) - the creator of the REBOOTED Podcast!Join our facebook group for lively discussions, memes, and polls at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ifreakinglovethatmovieGo to our link tree to request movies and so much more!https://linktr.ee/ifltmThis podcast was produced by Andak Media. Andak is dedicated to helping creatives find community and support for their creative passions. You can find more info about Andak Media at andak.us. If you've enjoyed our content, you can offer support on Patreon at patreon.com/andak. We offer perks for all of our patrons, including excuslive podcast episodes, podcast episode polls, monthly AMAs, and exclusive patron-only merchandise.Support the show
Missed Disney's Expo Event this year? Fear not! Alex & Dan have you covered! In true TL;DR style, they bring you their highlights from the MCU, the animated and the live action genres. Discussing the announced line ups of The Thunderbolts, Echo, Daredevil: Born Again - the dynamic duo discuss the future of the MCU and what this means for Phase 4 and beyond! They also cover non-Marvel announcements - from The Little Mermaid (and the idiocy of the internet!), Inside Out 2, Elemental and Peter Pan & Wendy; Alex & Dan get nostalgic as they once more discuss whether Disney should continue to convert their much-loved-for-generations animated films for live action (are you for it? Let us know!). Sit back, relax as they give you all you need to know to mark your calendars for the near future of Disney & Marvel entertainment! #GITS
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On this weeks E&P episode, Ash and Alex give a love/hate letter to the popular Peter Pan-Wendy Darling retelling The Never King by Nikki St. Crowe! Come on this exciting adventure as Winnie Darling gets taken by Peter Pan and the Lost Boys in their search for something that has been stolen. We will be spoiling this book through a plot breakdown, smutty chats about the best spicy scenes, our loves and hates, and of course casting the main characters and putting a soundtrack to this book. **Please make sure you check trigger & content warnings because this book does get spicy! Episode Potion: · Neverland's Beach o 2 oz Banana Rum Cream o 2 oz. Nantucket Nectars Banana, Orange, Pineapple Juice o 1 oz Orange Juice o 1 oz cream of coconut or vanilla oat milk if you don't like coconut o 1 cup ice Add ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth. Pour and enjoy! Playlist https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5jptvEzWbLMd0HRCupY7kK?si=dd9a0785a1b44932 Connect with us on the socials https://www.instagram.com/emotionsandpotionspod/ https://www.tiktok.com/@emotionsandpotionspod --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/emotionsandpotions/support
My guest on this episode is Tony Award winning lighting designer Ken Billington who created the lighting for an incredible 105 Broadway plays and musicals, including 21 productions that were directed by Harold Prince. Ken's career spans from his very first Broadway show in 1967 when he was the assistant to legendary lighting designer Tharon Musser, to his most recent Broadway show, the hit musical, Waitress. Along the way he designed the original productions of Sweeney Todd, On The 20th Century, The Drowsy Chaperone, The Scottsboro Boys, The Search For Signs Of Intelligent Life In the Universe starring Lily Tomlin, three revivals of Fiddler On The Roof, two revivals of Sunday In The Park with George, and the still running 1996 revival of Chicago for which he received the Tony Award. I have had the great pleasure of knowing and working with Ken for more than 40 years, and it is always fascinating, and always a delight to speak with him. Theatrical lighting design is a very young art form. Its history begins primarily in the early 20th Century -- just as the Broadway musical was being invented. Lighting design's earliest innovators include the American actress Maude Adams – most famous today for her performance as Peter Pan – and producer, director, playwright, and theater owner David Belasco. One of the recurring themes of this podcast, and one of my obsessions, is how the art and craft of the Broadway Musical has been handed down directly – first hand – from artists to artists, from craftsperson to craftsperson. Ken Billington's long career and especially his early experiences as the assistant to the pioneering designers Peggy Clark, Pat Collins, Tom Skelton, William Rittman, and Tharon Musser make him the ideal guest for this episode. And of course, after Ken stopped being an assistant, he eventually became one of Broadway's most acclaimed and most prolific lighting designers. And we'll hear the story of how that came about on the next episode of Broadway Nation! You can learn more about Jean Rosenthal, Tharon Musser and other great women lighting designers on Episode 8 of Broadway Nation, which is titled, “Agnes DeMille & The Women That Invented Broadway”. It's a fascinating episode and I encourage you to check it out. Broadway Nation is written and produced by me, David Armstrong. Special thanks to Pauls Macs for his help with editing this episode, to KVSH 101.9 The Voice of Vashon, and to the entire team at the Broadway Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The continuation of the fifth chapter of the magical, timeless tale detailing the Lost Boys, pirates and meeting Captain Hook who makes a surprise discovery at night in Neverland. Written by J.M. Barrie and narrated by The Library Fairy with voices, song and memorable characters. Chapter 5 (part 2 of 2) and slightly abridged, with suspense and themes more appropriate for children ages 10+. Please visit The Library Fairy at Patreon to support the show, and keep it free and accessible. Support the show
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Jordan Barrow is currently making his Broadway debut as the principal role of Boq in "Wicked", making him the first black actor to play the role in North America. He talks about how he got into performing—from joining a theatre camp to doing voiceover work and getting his first professional job when he was 13. He shares how didn't sing until he was 11 and even cried after getting the role of Danny Zuko and finding out he had to sing in front of people for a Grease musical in a summer camp. Jordan explains why he decided to go to school instead of pursuing acting right away (his agent ended up dropping him eventually). He shares his career journey from auditioning for Shakespeare in the Park in 2015 to booking a guest starring part on “POSE”. Jordan gets real about how the pandemic affected his work, wherein he lost 14 weeks of work removed, but despite that, it was also during the pandemic that he auditioned for "Wicked" and got the role of Boq. He shares that it was his fifth time auditioning and that he did not give up thanks to his mindset of how every audition is an audition for the next thing. He recalls his Broadway debut and what the experience was like, doing spot-check rehearsals, and what makes his work exciting and fresh. Jordan Barrow is an actor based in New York City currently making his Broadway debut as the principal role of Boq in "Wicked". He graduated from the University of Michigan in the Musical Theatre program and holds a certificate from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts Shakespeare in Performance program. His other stage credits include "Sousatzka", "America V 2.1: The Sad Demise and Eventual Extinction of the American Negro", "Witness Uganda", "Hoagy Carmichael's Stardust Road", "The Tempest", "Hairspray" and "Peter Pan". He has appeared in several movies and tv shows, including "POSE", "Broad City", and "Amy and Peter are Getting Divorced". Connect with Jordan: Twitter: @jordant_b Instagram: @jordant_b Website: jordan-barrow.com Connect with The Theatre Podcast: Support us on Patreon: Patreon.com/TheTheatrePodcast Twitter & Instagram: @theatre_podcast TikTok: @thetheatrepodcast Facebook.com/OfficialTheatrePodcast TheTheatrePodcast.com Alan's personal Instagram: @alanseales Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I want to know what you think. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Everything New for Disney Parks and Resorts from D23 Expo 2022 So What's Next for Disney Parks?You won't believe what's coming behind Big Thunder Mountain at Walt Disney World This is Disney's Blue Sky sneak peak of what's coming down the road for Disney Parks. This portion of the D23 Expo had the biggest cheer of anything announced in 2022.First though, Josh D'Amaro announced what's happening with Dinoland at Disney's Animal Kingdom Park. It has been languishing and looks forgotten so the announcement of a big transformation coming was welcome. Zootopia and Moana will share the space currently occupied by Dinoland. But the biggest news of all... Disney Villains are Finally Getting a Place to Call their OwnMagic Kingdom will feature new frontiers and it's all hiding on the other side of BTM. The little town of Santa Cecilia will come to life as Coco gets a Magic Kingdom presence. And if you do want to talk about Bruno, you're in luck because you may be able to walk right into the Madrigal's casita. But all is not fun and flowers in this new land...as what if the Disney villains took up residence there as well...beyond Big Thunder Mountain.This was presented as conceptual and would likely be 10 years down the road, but Disney would not share it in this way if it weren't going to happen. Big news for Walt Disney World and Magic Kingdom. -- There's More Coming to Walt Disney WorldA new nighttime show for EPCOT will debut in late 2023 to kick-off the 100th Anniversary of the Walt Disney Company. Moana's Journey of Water and the rest of the World Celebration area at EPCOT will open in late 2023. So we'll have to bear with those construction walls for another year it seems.Figment is returning in a brand new form for a meet and greet at EPCOT. That will be in place by the end of 2023. In Magic Kingdom, the perennial favorite Hatbox Ghost will materialize once again in the Haunted Mansion. And we now know that Tron Lightcycle Run at Magic Kingdom will debut in Spring 2023. We were hoping it would be sooner, but apparently they are working on finishing touches right now. No specific date, just "spring." Finally, in 2023, a new version of Happily Ever After will return as part of a new Magic Kingdom nighttime show. This received a good amount of applause. What's New and Coming to Disneyland Resort The DVC Villas at Disneyland Hotel will be called the Villas at Disneyland Hotel. How creative. On October 16, 2023 Disney 100 kicks-off and it promises to be the biggest celebration ever for Disney. Under the theme of a Boundless Future the following announcements were made: The Mandalorian and Grogu (aka Baby Yoda) will be onsite starting in Mid November 2022 at Disneyland Galaxy's Edge Over at the Avengers Campus in Disney California Adventure Park, Kevin Feige, President of Marvel Studios, noted "we're just getting started." A new giant Hulk will be at Avengers Campus in California "next week." Plus, they're bringing the Multiverse to Avengers Campus. Disney is expanding the campus to include a new attraction. In the new attraction you will battle alongside all the Avengers against all the foes from anywhere. You will fight King Thanos. This is a new Thanos -- a Thanos who won. And the Avengers are not too happy about that and you have to help them. More news to come. Also new to Disney California Adventure, they are reimagining Pacific Wharf into San Fransokyo from Big Hero Six. You'll be able to meet Baymax there. Finally, they are reimagining Paradise Pier Hotel, as it will become Pixar Place Hotel. It will feature a Finding Nemo splash pad and more characters. All in all, Disney promises that the hotel will feel completely new. Over at Downtown Disney more than a dozen new or reimagined locations are in the works. More announcements coming over the next year. But the big news locally is a that SoCal favorite bakery Porto's is coming to Downtown Disney. RunDisney at Disneyland is coming back in 2024. More details coming soon. It's been awhile for Run Disney as the last one took place in 2017. Mickey's ToonTown Mickey and Minnie's Runaway Railway are coming along. It was good to hear that it will be a slightly different version of Runaway Railway than the WDW edition, to fit into the Disneyland ToonTown story. It's all opening in 2023. Tiana's Bayou Adventure will open in late 2024 in both Walt Disney World and Disneyland. The story for the ride is that it picks up where the film (Princess and the Frog) left off. In the new story, Princess Tiana is an entrepreneur and community leader in the year 1927. She is hosting a party for the community and we need to help Tiana to find a special ingredient that she's missing. Disney promises that the latest tech is being implemented to really enhance the outside of the whole area at night. Mist will be used like a painter's canvas. "True bayou magic." The attraction is to be a love letter to New Orleans. Guests should feel the story is authentic to the city. Another great piece of news is that the original cast will be lending their voices to the new attraction. --What's new at Disney Cruise Line The sixth ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet is all about adventure...celebrating Walt's love for exploration. The new Disney Cruise ship is called Disney Treasure. The Disney Wonder is heading to Australia and New Zealand late 2023. The island of Eleuthera and Lighthouse Point will be the new Bahamas port for Disney Cruise. 90% of the power will come from solar.What's Coming to Disney Parks Around the Globe Zootopia is opening at Shanghai Disneyland. World of Frozen at Hong Kong Disneyland will open in the second half of 2023, featuring a Wandering Oaken sleigh coaster. Disneyland Paris' Frozen Arendelle land is coming along and Disneyland Hotel is being fully reimagined -- opening in 2024 At Tokyo Disneyland, Disney Fantasy Spring will feature Peter Pan, Tangled and Frozen. Plus a totally reimagined Space Mountain will open by 2027 at Tokyo Disney. Pixar We Belong Together will be debuting at Walt Disney Studios Park at Disneyland Paris next year. The DLP 30th Anniversary celebrations will be continuing until September 2023.--Thank You for Listening to the Disney Travel PodcastThank you very much for listening to this episode, Amelia and I hope that you enjoyed it. 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Amazon's New Kindle 11th Generation Links Click here to buy the new Kindle for $99.99 - ships October 12, 2022 Kevin Keith on TKC 533 October 19, 2018 - New Kindle Paperwhite! Steven King at launch of Kindle 2 - February 10, 2009 (YouTube) Full Press Release: Introducing Kindle and Kindle Kids: Now with 300 ppi High-Resolution Display, USB-C Charging, and 2X Storage The lightest and most compact Kindle provides a glare-free, 6-inch, high-resolution display, up to six weeks of battery life and USB-C charging, adjustable front light, dark mode, and 16 GB of storage—all for only $99.99 Kindle Kids comes with a kid-friendly cover, one year of Amazon Kids+ providing unlimited access to thousands of age-appropriate books, and a two-year worry-free guarantee—for only $119.99 A free, four-month Kindle Unlimited membership is included with Kindle for a limited time, offering access to over 2 million titles, thousands of audiobooks, and more SEATTLE—September 13, 2022—Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) today announced the next generation of Kindle—the lightest and smallest Kindle. Starting at just $99.99, the new Kindle combines premium features with an affordable price, including a 300 ppi high-resolution 6-inch display, USB-C charging, longer battery life of up to six weeks, and room for thousands of books with twice the storage. The same features also come with Kindle Kids, which includes a one-year subscription to Amazon Kids+ that provides kids with unlimited access to thousands of books. Kindle and Kindle Kids pre-orders start today and will begin shipping October 12. Learn more at http://www.amazon.com/kindle. “With a high-resolution display that delivers three-times more pixels than our previous base Kindle, USB-C charging, 16GB of storage, and built-in adjustable front light, the new ultralight Kindle is the latest example of how we continue to bring premium features to our entry-level devices for even more customers to enjoy,” said Kevin Keith, vice president of Amazon Devices and Services. “And since we launched Kindle Kids three years ago, kids have logged nearly 3 billion minutes reading on Kindle devices. The new Kindle Kids provides an even better reading experience to help kids become lifelong readers.” All-New High-Resolution Display Kindle and Kindle Kids feature an all-new 6-inch, glare-free, 300 ppi high-resolution display with three-times more pixels for laser-quality text and sharp images that read like paper. Dark mode and adjustable front light provide a comfortable reading experience in all conditions, including bright sunlight or no light at all. The device comes packed with customer favorites like X-Ray, which provides important details about people or places mentioned in a book, and a built-in dictionary to quickly look up any word. Simplified setup on the Kindle app for iOS and Android offers an option to register your device in fewer steps and to jump into a book even faster. Lightest and Most Compact Kindle Kindle and Kindle Kids are the lightest and most compact Kindle models available—carry them in your pocket and comfortably read one-handed for even longer. The device's longer battery life of up to six weeks maximizes the time you can spend reading, and the USB-C port makes charging more effortless than ever. The all-new Kindle comes with 16GB of storage—twice the storage of the previous generation—enough to hold thousands of titles, so you can take your library with you. More for Young Readers Since the first Kindle Kids device debuted three years ago, kids have logged nearly 3 billion minutes of reading time on their Kindle devices, with no distractions on their devices from games, videos, social media, or apps. In fact, when the average kid reader sits down with their Kindle, they read more than an hour a day, making Kindle Kids the perfect reading companion for kids between 7-13 years old. Every Kindle Kids comes with a one-year subscription of Amazon Kids+, providing unlimited access to thousands of books, from timeless classics to newer, popular page-turners. Kids can explore and discover their favorite titles from a large selection of content, opening new opportunities to fall in love with reading. The Amazon Kids+ experience on Kindle Kids includes: · Latest hits and award-winners: Explore popular titles like Divergent, Artemis Fowl, and Diary of a Wimpy Kid; books from series like Big Nate, Percy Jackson, Enchanted Forest Chronicles, and Harry Potter; and titles that have won the Newbery Medal, Coretta Scott King Award, Children's Choice Award, and other awards, all in the Amazon Kids+ library. · Add from your library: Get instant access to new releases and bestsellers, plus over a million titles, each $2.99 or less to add even more stories to your child's Kindle Kids library. · Switch between reading and listening: When kids want to listen to a book instead of reading one, they can use Bluetooth-enabled speakers or headphones with Audible. With Amazon Kids+, hundreds of Audible books are available, including gaming and tween books like Escape from the Overworld, classics like The Secret Garden and Peter Pan, and Audible Originals like Interview with the Robot and The Mystwick School of Musicraft. The Amazon Parent Dashboard for Kindle Kids also provides complete control for parents to set reading and bedtime schedules. Kids can request books for parents and guardians to add to their library, while literacy tools like Word Wise and Vocabulary Builder assist with showing definitions of unfamiliar words and enriching vocabulary through flashcards. With the lightweight design, kid-friendly features, and longer battery life, Kindle Kids makes reading fun, easy, and convenient. The World's Best eBook Store All Kindle devices come with instant access to the world's best eBook store, which includes: Massive selection—Discover millions of books, including the latest best sellers on Amazon Charts and reading recommendations from the Amazon Book Review. Kindle Unlimited—Get unlimited access to an ever-growing selection of over 2 million eBooks, thousands of audiobooks, and more. For a limited time, Kindle will come with a free four-month Kindle Unlimited membership. Amazon Original Stories—Read or listen to binge-worthy short fiction and nonfiction from best-selling authors, acclaimed storytellers, and new voices including Dean Koontz, Mindy Kaling, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Margaret Atwood, Taylor Jenkins Reid, and Andy Weir, all included at no additional cost for Prime and Kindle Unlimited members. A diverse set of voices: Access a variety of stories from millions of self-published authors around the world with Kindle Direct Publishing. Additionally, Prime members can read from a rotating selection of thousands of books, magazines, and more—at no additional cost to their Prime membership. Designed with Sustainability in Mind The all-new Kindle and Kindle Kids were designed with sustainability in mind and carry the Climate Pledge Friendly badge, acknowledging further reduction in carbon emissions from previous product generations. Both devices were thoughtfully sourced and built with 90% recycled magnesium. Plus, following our goal to make Amazon device packaging 100% recyclable by 2023, for the first time ever, Kindle device packaging is 100% recyclable in the U.S. and is also made of 100% wood fiber-based materials from responsibly managed forests or recycled sources. In addition, Kindle accessory covers follow suit with packaging made from 99% wood fiber-based materials. Amazon continues to reduce impact on the planet through decreasing waste and providing more-sustainable options, and our efforts with Kindle and Kindle Kids are no different. Pricing and Availability The all-new Kindle will be available starting at $99.99 in 16GB and in Black or Denim colors. New fabric covers for Kindle will be available in Black, Rose, Denim, and Dark Emerald. Kindle Kids will be available starting at $119.99 in 16GB in Black. Customers can select from three kid-friendly cover designs: Space Whale, Unicorn Valley, and Ocean Explorer. Each Kindle Kids device comes with a two-year, worry-free guarantee and one year of Amazon Kids+, an award-winning, all-in-one kid-friendly content service with thousands of ad-free books, games, videos, apps, and Alexa Skills from brands like Disney, LEGO, and National Geographic. On Kindle Kids, Amazon Kids+ provides access to thousands of age-appropriate books. Amazon Kids+ auto-renews after one year starting at $4.99 a month and can be canceled at any time. Both devices are available today for pre-order http://www.amazon.com/kindle. About Amazon Amazon is guided by four principles: customer obsession rather than competitor focus, passion for invention, commitment to operational excellence, and long-term thinking. Amazon strives to be Earth's Most Customer-Centric Company, Earth's Best Employer, and Earth's Safest Place to Work. Customer reviews, 1-Click shopping, personalized recommendations, Prime, Fulfillment by Amazon, AWS, Kindle Direct Publishing, Kindle, Career Choice, Fire tablets, Fire TV, Amazon Echo, Alexa, Just Walk Out technology, Amazon Studios, and The Climate Pledge are some of the things pioneered by Amazon. For more information, visit amazon.com/about and follow @AmazonNews. ### If you'd like brief updates on technology, books, marriage, and puppies, you can follow along with my Morning Journal flash briefing. tFrom your Echo device, just say, “Alexa, enable Morning Journal.” Then each morning say, “Alexa, what's my flash briefing?” I post a five-minute audio journal each weekday except usually by 8 a.m. Eastern Time. Right-click here and then click "Save Link As..." to download the audio to your computer, phone, or MP3 player. If you'd like brief updates on technology, books, marriage, and puppies, you can follow along with my Morning Journal flash briefing. tFrom your Echo device, just say, “Alexa, enable Morning Journal.” Then each morning say, “Alexa, what's my flash briefing?” I post a five-minute audio journal each weekday except usually by 8 a.m. Eastern Time. Right-click here and then click "Save Link As..." to download the audio to your computer, phone, or MP3 player.