Here's some good advice: SLOW DOWN! This episode begins with a list of things you do every day that you would actually do better if you did them slower. Source: Debbie Mandel, author of Addicted to Stress https://amzn.to/45kCGDc Traveling today can be difficult. Still, people like to travel. So, if you are heading off on vacation or taking a trip of any kind, you will enjoy hearing my guest, Patricia Schultz. She is a veteran travel journalist who has accumulated a knowledge base of travel hacks and tricks and otherwise great advice that she joins me with to share with you. And a lot of what she has to say, you probably haven't heard before. Patricia is author of the book Why We Travel: 100 Reasons To See The World (https://amzn.to/45twsAW) Is there intelligent life elsewhere in the universe? People have been asking that question for a long time. And the answer seems to be – we just don't know. Still, the idea of alien life captures our imagination. If it has captured your imagination, you are really going to like listening to my guest, Jaime Green. She is a science writer, editor, and teacher, and author of the book The Possibility of Life: Science, Imagination, and Our Quest for Kinship in the Cosmos (https://amzn.to/45iVumb) How many times have you heard that you should never wash your good kitchen knives in the dishwasher? Why? What's the worst that could happen? Actually, that's just one of several pieces of kitchen wisdom that I tackle in this episode and the explanations may come as a surprise. https://www.consumerreports.org/dishwashers/things-to-never-put-in-dishwasher/ PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS! Zocdoc is the only FREE app that lets you find AND book doctors who are patient-reviewed, take your insurance, are available when you need them and treat almost every condition under the sun! Go to https://Zocdoc.com/SYSK and download the Zocdoc app for FREE. The Dell Technologies' Summer Sale Event is on, with limited-quantity deals on top tech! It's the perfect season to power your passions during Dell's Summer Sale Event. Save today by calling 877-ASK-DELL. Discover Credit Cards do something pretty awesome. At the end of your first year, they automatically double all the cash back you've earned! See terms and check it out for yourself at https://Discover.com/match If you own a small business, you know the value of time. Innovation Refunds does too! They've made it easy to apply for the employee retention credit or ERC by going to https://getrefunds.com to see if your business qualifies in less than 8 minutes! Innovation Refunds has helped small businesses collect over $3 billion in payroll tax refunds! Let's find “us” again by putting our phones down for five. Five days, five hours, even five minutes. Join U.S. Cellular in the Phones Down For Five challenge! Find out more at https://USCellular.com/findus Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Rae McDaniel (they/them) is a non-binary Speaker, Author, Therapist, Certified Sex Therapist, Coach, and Transgender Diversity and Inclusion Educator. Rae helps audiences gain the sheer audacity to be themselves in the world through play, pleasure, and possibility. Their book Gender Magic, coming out on May 31st, is a first-of-its-kind practical guide to achieving gender freedom with joy, curiosity, and pleasure for transgender and non-binary individuals, gender explorers, and those who love them. They have been featured in The New York Times, The Chicago Tribune, Time, and Women's Health, and spoken at Rutgers University, University of Chicago, University of Illinois Chicago, Soho House, The Wing, and Rachel's Rodgers' Millionaires Summit. Rae is also the founder and CEO of Practical Audacity, a Gender & Sex Therapy practice in Chicago, serving over 300 clients yearly. When Rae isn't educating audiences and bettering the world, they can be found drinking too much coffee, snuggling with their dog Gizmo (who might actually be a gremlin), or sipping whiskey with a good book. Listen in to hear Rae share: How their journey as a queer, non-binary person inspired their work How their work as a therapist serving trans & non-binary people inspired their book, Gender Magic The significance of integrating Play, Pleasure, and Possibility in gender exploration The importance of knowing/understanding what we are moving toward vs what we are running from, when considering our own choices and/or when we are considering the choices of those around us What the spectrum of gender expression looks like - well beyond the binary of only male and female How our gender evolves as we evolve over the course of our lives How freedom around gender expression deeply enhances and impacts the entire world Question to ask yourself if you're struggling to accept or understand non-binary, trans people The importance of being the loudest advocate and ally you can be right now Links mentioned: Rae on SMA Episode 516: Taking The Suffering Out Of Transitioning for Trans People Connect with Rae: http://www.rae-mcdaniel.com Get the book: Gender Magic: https://www.gendermagic.com Rae's Therapy Practice: https://www.practicalaudacity.com Instagram: @theraemcdaniel and @practicalaudacity Rae on TikTok Rae on FB We love the sponsors that make this show possible! You can always find all the special deals and codes for all our current sponsors on our website: https://shamelessmom.com/sponsor Interested in becoming a sponsor of the Shameless Mom Academy? Email our sales team at firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sadhguru discusses the fundamentals of spiritual growth, philosophies and belief systems. Conscious Planet: https://www.consciousplanet.org Sadhguru App (Download): https://onelink.to/sadhguru__app Official Sadhguru Website: https://isha.sadhguru.org Sadhguru Exclusive: https://isha.sadhguru.org/in/en/sadhguru-exclusive Inner Engineering Link: isha.co/ieo-podcast Yogi, mystic and visionary, Sadhguru is a spiritual master with a difference. An arresting blend of profundity and pragmatism, his life and work serves as a reminder that yoga is a contemporary science, vitally relevant to our times. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the 1940s, as digital communications ramped up, Claude Shannon codified basic concepts of how to send and receive information along digital channels. His abstract model of communication goes like this: the message source creates a message in an encoding language, transmits the message, and then on the other end it is decoded by the message receiver. If there is a message with any coherence to it, there must be a message source. DNA is an extraordinarily coherent message. It's encoded in nucleotide bases, decoded by first RNA and then transcribed into proteins, which then fold in 3-D shapes that determine their functionality based on the chemistry of the protein sequence. A classic argument is the infinite monkey theorem: this is the idea that if you gave a monkey a typewriter, given infinite time, he might at least once by happenstance write Shakespeare's MacBeth (or War and Peace, or pick your favorite work of literature). Of course, one major problem is that no one argues that there was infinite time--most secular scientists believe the earth is a mere 4 billion years old. The probability of any combination of events occurring in sequence with one another requires multiplying the probability of each individual event--say, a correct first letter out of 26, times the probability of a correct second letter out of 26, times the probability of a correct third letter out of 26, and so on. The probability thus shrinks exponentially. Hamlet is around 130,000 letters. The probability of a monkey typing all 130,000 letters in the correct sequence is thus 1 part in 3.4 × 10^183,946. To put that in context, there are only 7 x 10^27 atoms in the entire universe, and 10^80 protons (since atoms are made of both protons and neutrons bound together in the nucleus). Even if every one of those protons was a monkey who had been typing at random continuously from the estimated time of the Big Bang (usually supposed to be some 13.7 billion years ago), it would still be statistically impossible for one of those protonic monkeys to accidentally produce Shakespeare's Hamlet. In order to have even a one in a trillion probability, we'd have to introduce the multiverse once again--there would need to be 10^360,641 universes, each filled with protonic monkeys typing at random for 13.7 billion years (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem#cite_note-10). So for all intents and purposes, the supposition of the Information Theorem is absolutely correct. If there is a coherent message, there must have been a mind to generate it. Information doesn't come from nothing. It cannot. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Back2Basics: Reconnecting to the essence of YOU
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In this episode of the Female Athlete Nutrition, I talk with Patti Phillips, CEO of Women Leaders in College Sports, the nation's premier organization that develops, connects, and advances women working in collegiate athletics. Patti has been involved in athletics since her childhood, first as an athlete, then coach, and in various leadership positions since. This episode is a little different from our usual conversations about training and nutrition as we focus on empowering women to be fearless leaders and dream big. Patti and I discuss the gender disparity and lack of diversity in athletic leaders and how Patti and Women Leaders in College Sports is changing that narrative. We talk about the opportunities and programs that Women Leaders in College Sports provides for future and current leaders, from mentorship to job searching, as well as how everyone can get involved. Leadership is a skill that can be learned, and we believe the world needs more female leaders! Patti leaves listeners with advice for building confidence, pursuing big goals, and taking risks, and we highly recommend you check out Women Leaders in College Sports at https://www.womenleadersincollegesports.org/ Check out Patti's TEDx Talk on the “Zone of Possibility” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALcHyVIcx00 Follow Patti on Twitter @pattiphillips10 and Women Leaders in College Sports @WomenLeadersCS Follow me, your host Lindsey Cortes, on Instagram @female.athlete.nutrition We have a huge announcement! We are launching patreon! Female Athlete Nutrition podcast patreon is now LIVE and we are excited to offer our community unique perks. Join today and receive bonus episodes, merch, monthly recipes, access to an exclusive community message board, and have the chance to ask Lindsey your questions and get a podcast shoutout, and more! Head to patreon today patreon.com/femaleathletenutrition Need help with your fueling? Want to get in touch with Lindsey? Interested in the Female Athlete System of Transformation? Head to www.RiseUpNutritionRUN.com to learn more & book a call! THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS: Previnex: https://www.previnex.com/ use code RISEUP for 15% off at checkout InsideTracker: www.insidetracker.com/riseup for 20% off the entire store for a limited time only! THIS PODCAST IS ALSO SUPPORTED BY: Orgain, head to www.orgain.com and use the code RISEUP30 for 30% off your first order. Repeat customers can use the code OA2203 for 25% off future orders. Practice Better Click the link below to view plans and get a 14-day free trial. Then use the code RISEUP20 for 20% off your first 4 months: https://practicebetter.grsm.io/runp Jen & Keri: https://jenandkeri.com/ use code RISEUP10 for $10 off your order In this episode we talk about: 7:00 Patti's start in athletics as an athlete and coach 11:15 Title IX and women's sports 16:30 Viewership and being a fan of women's sports 20:45 Opportunities for female leaders in athletics and the current gender disparity 23:15 Increasing diversity in leadership roles 30:00 Teaching and empowering female leaders; networking and mentorship 33:30 Women's Leaders In College Sports and ways to get involved 36:30 Being fit and healthy to lead 38:40 Advice for empowering women and girls to take risks, have confidence, and dream big 40:45 End of the podcast questions
We're talking with Chris Ward. He's an adventurer… podcaster… and now… filmmaker!!! Chris is also a middle school science and leadership teacher in Colorado. He's also an awesome husband and father to 3 kiddos. Chris has a fun podcast called, “Like a Bigfoot.” where he interviews inspiring people and adventure athletes on topics like Adventure, Motivation, Mindset, Positivity, Endurance, Health, Perseverance, and Possibility! Most recently… Chris is the co-director of his very first movie called, “A Long Way From Nowhere." It's the powerful story of a 150 mile “Desert Rats” Stage running race in the Utah desert. He made this incredible film with his friend… and experienced screenwriter/showrunner Paul Scheuring. It's so powerful… and inspiring… and we'll add a link in the show notes so you can watch it. I'm so excited to have this conversation… so let's get to it! MORE ON CHRIS: Check out Chris's Documentary: A Long Way from Nowhere Check out Mitch's NEW Daily PODCAST: ENCOURAGING THE ENCOURAGERS You can now check out Mitch's new DAILY podcast called “ENCOURAGING THE ENCOURAGERS” anywhere you listen to podcasts. It's specifically designed for coaches, speakers and content creators and provides quick doses of inspiration, strategy AND… of course… encouragement! Check out: www.encouragingtheencouragers.com! Find it on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/encouraging-the-encouragers/id1652168710 Find it on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1OqXYYif08gdLQCJKkHSkN Find it on Anchor: https://anchor.fm/encouragingtheencouragers Find it on Google: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9iZDI2NzNhOC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw RELATED PODCAST DREAM THINK DO EPISODES: If you like THIS interview… you might also enjoy: The episode Chris and I talk about with Calvin Johannsen: 75 Summits in 75 Days! This episode with Adventurer and Cancer Survivor Rob Marsh: How to Live in the Moment… No Matter What! LET'S HEAR FROM YOU! I loved this conversation so much but… I'm curious. What's something that clicked with you? More importantly… what's something you're going to DO as a result? I want to hear from YOU! Leave a comment and let's hear from YOU! And hey… keep bringing YOUR awesome!!! Mitch
Lisa Canning is a Catholic wife, mother and business woman who seems to be able to do it all. Yet Lisa shares that doing it all herself is impossible--for this "Possibility Mom" all things are only possible with God. In this Easter Podcast, Lisa shares how she is constantly being sharpened as she re-surrenders her life, business and plans over to God and trusts in a future filled with hope (Jeremiah 29:11). One of the greatest gifts Lisa has learned is to loosen her grip of control and open her heart to being loved in ways she never could have imagined.
A miserable New England day had avid cyclist Eric Janszen dreaming of better indoor riding. Together with co-founder Eric Malafeew, he launched VirZOOM which now has 40,000 users on its virtual reality platform with great engagement. Fascinating conversation about virtual games becoming sport. Highlights: · VirZOOM Gets Grant from Major VR Player for a Joint Development Project · Sal Daher Introduces Eric Janszen, Co-Founder of VirZOOM · Ongoing Crowdfunding Raise on StartEngine · VirZOOM Meets the Challenge of Helping People Enjoy Exercise · Technical Co-Founder Eric Malafeew Worked on Big Hits at Harmonix Music · VirZOOM Tech Lets Users to Do Cool Things Without Getting Motion Sickness · Broke Out of the Limitations Imposed by Being a Bike-Based Platform · “It sounds like you could actually play Quidditch on this.” · How the Pivot Came About · “Where we're heading is 100% without a bike.” · Making It a Sport Rather than a Game Has Huge Economic Consequences · Sal Speculates on the Possibility of VR Sport Slowing Cognitive Decline · “What gets us up in the morning is all of the reviews that we get from our customers...” · Average VirZOOM Customer Exceeds CDC Recommended Weekly Exercise · The Cost of Getting on VirZOOM Is Modest: $300 for the Quest Headset & $12 per Month
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Are you seeking greater agency and power over your life? Do you want to leave a positive impact on future generations? Claiming your power of sovereignty and leadership can create a ripple effect that can last for years to come. Maybe one day your great-great-grandchildren will be getting a coronation of their own, because of you. Who knows? In this podcast episode, the speaker, Kimberly Spencer, discusses the importance of sovereignty and leadership. She talks about the significance of Coronation Day and how it highlights the human desire for sovereignty. She encourages listeners to tap into their natural desire for greater agency and power over their lives and to step into leadership positions. Spencer emphasizes the need to think generationally when creating and building for the future, and the importance of being an aspirational leader that inspires others to discover their own sovereignty. She concludes by asking listeners to consider the change they wish to create and how they need to embody that change so that the empires they build today will be the generators of wealth for millennia to come. Listen to the episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, or your favorite podcast listening platform. You can also watch the episode on Youtube. Quotes: "What if you are the start to the generational wealth that you're creating for your families and for future generations? What if you are the one who changes the generational trajectory for years to come?" ~ Kimberly Spencer "It's up to you to look at how you want to be the sovereign of your life. What is the generational ripple that you want to lean into? So that whatever it is that you're doing today, whatever it is that you're creating, it goes beyond you." ~ Kimberly Spencer "Choosing to lean into their divine purpose and create a ripple effect that lasts for generations." ~ Kimberly Spencer Moments of Note: Coronation Day [00:01:01]The speaker questions why people still celebrate royal bloodlines and discusses the impact of coronation day on culture. Desire for Sovereignty [00:02:18]The speaker talks about the human desire for sovereignty and how it relates to power and responsibility. Generational Impact [00:09:54]The speaker encourages listeners to think about the impact their business will have on future generations and to lead themselves in sovereignty. Preparing for the Future [00:15:34]Discusses how traditional education may not be preparing children for the future, with a focus on AI and technological advancements. Generational Ripple [00:20:26]Encourages listeners to think generationally and create a ripple effect that goes beyond themselves, with a focus on being an aspirational leader and creating a sustainable ecosystem. Coronation and Sovereignty [00:22:36]Encourages listeners to become humble servant leaders and set the pace for what is possible for others, creating a new system of operating that ripples forth generationally. Sharing the Message [00:24:48]Encouraging listeners to share the podcast with someone who wants to step into their power and purpose. Choosing to Step into Sovereignty [no timestamp given]The concept of sovereignty and leadership is discussed. Creating a Ripple Effect [00:24:48]Encouraging listeners to lean into their divine purpose and create a ripple effect that lasts for generations. Mentions + Resources: The Wall Street Journal article about AI and job loss: 00:16:43: https://www.shrm.org/resourcesandtools/hr-topics/technology/pages/300-million-jobs-on-ai-chopping-block.aspx Correction, this was a Goldman Sachs economist who predicted this. TED Talk by Kimberly Spencer, "Becoming a Warrior for Possibility" 00:22:36: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IzwbvqzbmRk Transcript: For a full episode transcript, it can be found here. Sharables: For sharable images, quotes, and other social media posts to add some royal sparkle to your socials, they can be found here.
Robert Pardi is the author of the book "Possibility in Action," which is the theme of this week's interview. Today we discuss what "possibility in action" looks like and how someone can find purpose after facing loss. Tune in to find out more about Robert's incredible story and how he found purpose after the loss of his beloved wife to cancer.
Jake and guest host Debarati Das are joined by Jaime Green, author of the new book The Possibility of Life: Science, Imagination, and our Quest for Kinship in the CosmosTopicsOff-Nominal - YouTubeEpisode 107 - He's Got a Butt (with Debarati Das and Jaime Green)Follow JaimeJaime's WebsiteThe Possibility of Life: Science, Imagination, and Our Quest for Kinship in the CosmosFollow Off-NominalSubscribe to the show! - Off-NominalSupport the show, join the DiscordOff-Nominal (@offnom) / TwitterOff-Nominal (@email@example.com) - Spacey SpaceFollow JakeWeMartians Podcast - Follow Humanity's Journey to MarsWeMartians Podcast (@We_Martians) | TwitterJake Robins (@JakeOnOrbit) | TwitterJake Robins (@JakeOnOrbit@spacey.space) - Spacey SpaceFollow DebaratiDebarati Das (@SpaceWicca) | TwitterOff-Nominal MerchandiseOff-Nominal Logo TeeWeMartians Shop | MECO Shop
Do you feel tethered to a life that doesn't light you up?This feeling is so dang normal. And yet, it's exactly what's keeping you stuck. That's because the more time you spend focused on things you don't want, the more you are digging yourself into the discomfort of your current experience. It is SO possible for you to soar into the most amazing possibilities and to leave this current, tethered reality behind. And it happens the moment you start looking for solutions instead of problems. Like Mr. Worldwide, Mr. 305, Miami boy till the day he dies, yes Pitbull himself says, "You've gotta go from a negative to a positive."And this happens by shifting your focus away from the stuckness and onto what lights you up. As you shift that focus, you magically unleash your gifts, and share your sparkly, creative magic with the world. You get to fly.There is so much possible for you.And yet, you're keeping yourself uncomfortable and stuck in the tethers.Take your focus away from the tethers and put it onto the joy. Stop spending your focus, attention, and time on things you've outgrown, things you've fallen out of love with, things that aren't supporting you to expand into your highest and best. You do not create from this space!Shift your energy into the things that light you up.This is how you intentionally craft a life where you step into the most amazing possibilities that you couldn't possibly imagine for yourself.Complete the activity from this episode:List 5 things you love to do, things that light you upWrite down the feelings you experience while doing each of those thingsNotice overlap and whittle these feelings to a small list of 5-7Focus on feeling each of these feelings every dayWatch the tethers fall away_______________Ready to shine your brightest without burning out? Work with Jen! Made for More coaching program: Get on the waitlist.Release your tethers with breathwork: JenLiss.com/BreatheFollow, Review, and Share Untethered with Jen Liss. If you enjoyed this episode, share it with a friend. Tag Jen on Instagram @untetheredjen Follow/subscribe so you get updates of new episodes! Connect with Jen Website: JenLiss.com IG: @untetheredjen Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Send in a Thursday Thread jingle:Create a
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In this episode, we hear the story of Jonathan Grant Brown. Jonathan grew up in foster care after having been abandoned by his mother at an early age, which led to behavior issues and struggles in school. But his teachers never gave up on him. Jonathan talks about the “consistent and unwavering determination by educators to just keep helping, no matter how disruptive I was. No matter how many times I cursed or hurt a teacher's feelings, they just wouldn't quit on me.”Jonathan's story is both heartbreaking and inspirational. Through the efforts and actions of his teachers, he graduated from high school, college, and grad school to become a successful public speaker and communications expert, now serving as the Community Engagement Manager for AVID Center. These experiences have taught him to pay it forward. He encourages educators to “be brave in activating your community around you and ask for help. And help those who need it, because together, there's nothing we can't overcome, and there's not a student we can't impact.” Visit AVID Open Access to learn more.
A Witch, A Mystic & A Feminist ... The Podcast
Join Marlena, Christy, and Daizy in this thought-provoking episode of A Witch, A Mystic & A Feminist, as they discuss the intriguing topic of alien life. In this conversation, the ladies explore the possibility of humans having alien DNA, the implications of artificial intelligence, and whether we may have lived past lives as extraterrestrial beings. Tune in to this fascinating discussion as they share their insights and perspectives on these complex and fascinating subjects.Medical Disclaimer Have questions or comments for A Witch, A Mystic & A Feminist? Send us a message at https://www.wmfpod.com/contact/. Also you can subscribe to receive updates at https://www.wmfpod.com.
Austin Walker is the IP Director at the game studio Possibility Space. He has an extensive background in gaming journalism and criticism. He holds a Masters in Aesthetics and Politics from CalArts and also served as the Editor in Chief for Waypoint and Host of Waypoint Radio. Since 2014, Austin has hosted the popular tabletop roleplaying podcast Friends at the Table, and co-host the Star Wars podcast A More Civilized Age.We talked with Austin about his approach to criticism, his move to game development, and the absolute state of games journalism. This conversation was recorded before the announcement that Waypoint would be shut down. Hosted by Phillip Russell and Ben ThorpYou can follow Austin Walker here.Visit our website: Originstory.showFollow us on Twitter @originstory_Do you have feedback or questions for us? Email us email@example.comCover art and website design by Melody HirschOrigin Story original score by Ryan Hopper
When was the last time you thought about your goals? When was the last time you wrote them down?When I began working for lululemon in 2006, I was introduced to the world of goal setting, and as an overachiever, I was hooked on the process.A few months into my time there, I met a woman named Susanne Conrad, a woman who would change my life. Susanne was the Director of Possibility at lululemon, and she co-developed lululemon's renowned leadership program there. Since then, Susanne has coached thousands of leaders at hundreds of companies, including TOMS, Kit + Ace, Earls Kitchen + Bar and imagine1day.If you've been feeling stuck in your life - particularly in motherhood - you're going to get a lot out of today's episode!On the show today, we talk about being the author of your own story, especially the one you're currently starring in as "mother."Susanne gives some valuable insight and exercises for you to begin stepping into the vision of what you want your life to look like, including how to deepen your presence and joy within your motherhood experience.It's time :)Follow along on Instagram @themomfeedpodcast Sign up for our newsletter for weekly inspiration and advice on motherhood and beyond.Remember to subscribe to the show if you don't already! xoxo
Beyond the Diagnosis with Dr. Kylie
How would you react if your doctor told you to bid your goodbyes because you're minutes away from certain death? For most people, this is very shocking news. Hearing it from your doctor can still be extremely upsetting. But that should not be the end of it. You have the power to shape your destiny. Today's guest is a perfect example that anything is possible when you put your mind to it.Rachel Rose suffered from a traumatic brain injury after a snowboarding accident. Her doctor was convinced there was no hope. But Rachel Rose wasn't ready to give up. With the help of a Holistic Neurologist who gave her hope, a supportive family, and a positive mindset, she beat the odds. If you need inspiration and living proof that you can change the course of your life, you will find it here. So tune in to a story of radical resilience. “If you want a positive outcome, you have to start off with a positive outlook.”- Rachel RoseIn This Episode:- Rachel Rose shares how a snowboarding accident led to a traumatic brain injury - Asking for help when you need it can make a HUGE difference, not only for you but for the person helping you- How to heal from a severe medical condition and thriveAnd more!Resources:- Grab Rachel Rose's Blueprint to Reclaim Your Power, Positivity, and Possibility! - https://rachel-rose-cb15.mykajabi.com/opt-in- Join the FDN Certification Program - https://www.functionaldiagnosticnutrition.com/?afmc=25&utm_source=Affiliate&utm_medium=burton&utm_campaign=affiliate-referral- Get the Right Supplements for You - https://drkylieburton.com/supplements- Why Are My Labs Normal? Your guide to reading your own blood work; no medical background needed - https://www.amazon.com/Why-Are-Labs-Normal-background-ebook/dp/B09SF9PXRQ- Join the 90-Day Coaching Program with Dr. Kylie Burton - http://drkylieburton.com/programs/Connect with Rachel Rose:- Website - https://rachelrose.live/- Facebook - https://web.facebook.com/rachel.rosenberg.1441Connect with Dr. Kylie:- Website - https://drkylieburton.com/- Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/drkylieburton/- Facebook - https://web.facebook.com/drkylieburton/- TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@drkylieburton- YouTube -
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Do you believe there's something Out There? What do our ideas of aliens say about what life is, how life could look and act? And what does it say about us, about what we think life needs, wants, and should be? We're talking with Jaime Green about her new book: The Possibility of Life: Science, Imagination, and Our Quest for Kinship in the Cosmos.
In this week's episode of the Interplanetary Podcast, host Matthew Russell sits down with Jaime Green, a renowned science writer, essayist, and series editor of The Best American Science and Nature Writing. Jaime discusses her latest book, "The Possibility of Life," which dives into the captivating history of our understanding of extraterrestrial life and its potential locations in the cosmos.
Bryan Kohberger will stand trial for the murder of Xana Madison, Kaylee and Ethan. As of now, he is due to be tried in Latah county. However, there is a lot of speculation that his legal team will attempt to get the trial moved to a different county.In this episode, we take a look at the probability of moving the trial to a different county and what sort of impact all of the media attention will have on the decision to keep the trial in Latah county or move it and on the trial overall.(commercial at 8:43)to contact me:firstname.lastname@example.org:Key Bryan Kohberger Defense Play Unlikely To Succeed—Attorney (newsweek.com)
Dr. Stephanie Seneff has joined Sinclair Kennally to discuss how autism can be reversed. She explains that the brain is protecting itself from damage by turning off and that it's a sort of hibernation. There are adults who have successfully reversed their autism as adults, giving others hope that it can be done. She also encourages and informs people on what to do to help their kids. Dr. Seneff is an esteemed researcher on the topic of glyphosate, having published over 100 papers in her lifetime including a few dozen on toxic chemicals. She is the author of 'Toxic Legacy: How the Herbicide Glyphosate is destroying our health and the environment', which took her two years to write. The book is well-received and contains numerous insights. The two discuss the autism epidemic, which they are both passionate about addressing, and Dr. Seneff expresses how she is glad they are tackling the root causes together. Glyphosate is the active ingredient in the herbicide Roundup, which is commonly used in gardens and on crops as a weed killer. Glyphosate is extremely toxic, yet the government does not bother to test it despite its ubiquity in the food supply. Mothers can use it on their lawns while their children are playing, and eating it in food is unavoidable. Certified organic food is often free of glyphosate, but even this is not a guarantee as it can still be found in some organic food due to being sprayed on nearby farms. The health issues associated with glyphosate are numerous, but it is linked most strongly to autism. Rates of autism have risen drastically in recent years, and many people now know someone who has autism. It is devastating for those affected and the problem is only becoming more pervasive. This conversation focuses on the large impact of autism, especially as the rates of the condition continue to increase. The speaker shares their experience meeting a 16-year-old girl who had been diagnosed with autism and whose mother had found a way to reverse it. The speaker expresses their sadness at the burden of adult autism, as they know that many of them will not be able to support themselves. They praise the mothers who have taken it upon themselves to research and find ways to help their children. They also point out that the brain seems to be protecting itself from damage by shutting down. TIMESTAMPS 0:00:03 "Exploring the Possibility of Reversing Autism with Dr. Stephanie Seneff" 0:02:17 Conversation with Dr. Stephanie Seneff: Exploring the Impact of Glyphosate on Health and the Environment 0:04:02 Heading: Overview of Glyphosate and Its Impact on Health 0:07:10 "The Impact of Autism on Society and the Possibility of Reversal" 0:08:12 "Exploring the Role of Glutamate Toxicity in Autism: A Conversation" 0:09:40 "Glyphosate-Induced Glutamate Excytoxicity and Its Impact on Metabolism" 0:12:58 Exploring the Link Between Glyphosate Exposure, Vegan Diets, and Autism Symptoms 0:14:42 "The Link Between Glyphosate and Autism: An Interview with Dr. Stephanie Seneff" 0:16:17 Exploring the Health Effects of Glyphosate Exposure 0:17:37 The Health Risks of Glyphosate Exposure: A Discussion on Obesity, Diabetes, and Other Diseases 0:21:34 The Role of Gut Microbes in Gluten Intolerance and Allergies 0:24:24 Discussion on Glyphosate's Role as a Glycine Analog and Its Impact on Human Health 0:27:59 "Exploring the Impact of Sulfate Deficiency in Autism and the Messenger RNA Vaccines" 0:31:25 Analysis of Messenger RNA Technology for SARS-CoV-2 Vaccines 0:33:05 The Potential Long-Term Health Risks of mRNA Vaccines 0:36:42 "Exploring the Long-Term Implications of the SARS-CoV-2 Spike Protein" 0:41:09 Potential for Vaccinated Individuals to Transmit Spike Protein via Exosomes 0:42:37 Impact of Vaccination on Cord Blood and Placental Health 0:44:10 The Dangers of the COVID-19 Vaccine: Spontaneous Abortions, Sperm Counts, and Exosomes 0:48:19 Adverse Reactions to COVID Vaccines and Potential Treatments 0:51:19 Treating COVID-19 Symptoms 0:53:30 Benefits of Sunlight for Health and Healing HIGHLIGHTS There's an ayurvedic medicine from India I'm familiar with. I have a friend who's in the process of developing and marketing this similar medicine because I sent him information about Victor's medicine, my husband's medicine, and he said, a lot of the same stuff. So there's a lot of overlap between ancient Indian medicine and ancient Chinese medicine. I think that's actually a really good option because these are all-natural. These are natural products, not synthetics. I think people who are aware of ivermectin hydroxychloroquine as a way to treat COVID, early treatment for COVID, of course, that's a big controversy as well. But those people are also thinking that you could take those after you've got the vaccine, to take those to help you to deal with the symptoms of the vaccine. And that's probably sort of the same thing that's happening with the vaccine. So you can get essentially long haul COVID and things like glutathione, and vitamin C, there are some natural nutrients that can help, I think, also ayurvedic medicine. And in fact, my husband is Chinese and he learned from some Chinese friends in Taiwan about the herbal medicine that the Taiwanese had developed specifically for COVID-19... And it has like twelve different ingredients that are ancient Chinese medicine ingredients that are specially chosen for the COVID-19 situation. And he's been taking that prophylactically off and on continuously. And then he finally got COVID a couple of months ago and you would expect him to be in the category of people who would be very sensitive to and he has no vaccine, so you would think, oh my God. Let the rest of the cells see what they can do with it. And it's basically spreading the poison all over the body, and that's just really frightening. So it's so clear that this vaccine is far more toxic than any other vaccine. There are 27 times as many reports of virus for the COVID vaccines as for the flu shot. If you normalize by the number of shots that were delivered. So it's a 27-fold increased risk of having an adverse reaction to these COVID vaccines. And sometimes it can kill you. I mean, I know of cases where they start developing symptoms shortly after the second vaccine, and a year later they're dead, or three months later they're dead with a severe case of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease. I know of cases like that, and I also know of cases of ALS. I get people that send me emails. There were specific kind of stem cell that was four times four-fold reduced in level in the cord blood from these vaccinated women. So that's really quite terrifying to me. That means, of course, also for the baby, right? Because the cord blood is what's supplying, just working with the communication between the mother and the baby and blood supply, not having that defective version of the cord blood is bound to have an impact on the fetus as well. So that's really frightening. And of course, we've got high rates of spontaneous abortion. Studies on mice have shown they just expose the mice to S one which is a piece of the spike protein. It's a toxic piece that has the ace two binding. It has a receptor site, ace two receptor sites, and S one is very toxic all by itself. And S One can get broken off from the spike protein at the fear and cleavage site. So it's got this special segment in it called the fear and cleavage site that is a unique form of the spike protein in the SARS CoV Two that allows it to be cut off into S One and S Two. And S One can just break loose and circulate. So the immune cells in the spleen are busy making spike protein because they've picked up the vaccine and then they're displaying that spike protein on their surface, but they're also releasing it inside exosomes. These are little lipid particles that are the communication network of the body. And those exosomes travel very well along nerve fibers. And so they're traveling along the vagus nerve up to the brain, up to the heart, over to the liver, and all of those organs are becoming inflamed and then getting sick. And you have this myocarditis, which is a nightmare, especially among the male athletes, young male athletes, myocarditis, and that's being caused by the inflammation that's induced by the spike protein. I think that's being delivered in the form of these little exosomes being spat out by those immune cells in the spleen that are furiously making spike protein. They can't stop themselves. It's really, really scary. Subscribe to the Podcast here: Apple | Spotify | Stitcher Connect with Sinclair Kennally: Instagram: @detoxrejuvenation Website: https://detoxrejuvenation.com/
This episode is being brought to you by Forecast Salon, located in Homewood, Alabama. Forecast is a hair salon on a mission to shape a movement in the beauty industry, focusing on education, fashion, and creativity. Forecast strives to train stylists with the latest in education to provide their guests with the latest trends. Follow them on Instagram at Forecast Salon, or find them online with their new online store at www.forecastsalon.com. As this podcast goes to air, we are right on that full Moon Luna eclipse energy that is all around us in the cosmic forces. This is the second of the two eclipses and one that can feel a little more intense. It's in Scorpio. Scorpio is that deep psychic energy that goes deep into the secretive parts, the hidden resources of our soul. Schedule a Spiritual Makeover Call with me. Energy Mastery Membership On today's episode, I wanted to continue this discussion of ways to empower your spiritual practice so that you can learn more about your spirit, and your soul energy. At this time, I'm gonna be talking about bringing two powerful modalities together. This is one of the reasons I love podcasting so much is because I get to learn and then share this information. There are new ways, new technologies, and transmissions of energy that are coming into us right now. Knowing and working with these new transmissions of energy is possible. We are complex humans and sometimes it takes more than one way to help us understand our soul blueprint in this lifetime. Last week, we talked with Raven about how she's using Human Design to help you understand your empath energies and ways to strengthen yourself through this modality. Previously I've had Robin Winn on the show with her books, “Understanding Human Design" and also “Understanding the Centers in Human Design”. Robin Winn is the founder of the Human Design Certification Training for Professionals. Her books include Understanding Your Clients Through Human Design: The Breakthrough Technology; and Understanding the Centers in Human Design: The Facilitator's Guide to Transforming Pain into Possibility, and Understanding the Profiles in Human Design: The Facilitator's Guide to Unleashing Potential. Her upcoming book is Human Design and Essential Oils: The Facilitator's Guide to Using Plant Prana to Align with Type, Strategy, Authority, Profile, and Centers. She lives on Maui with her wife Yarrow, and their cat Kali Ma. Greg Toews has been a full-time healer and clairvoyant for more than 30 years with more than 100,000 clinical hours of experience. He is the founder of Plant Prana Oils, the CEO / President of Astara Spiritual Organization, and has created almost a hundred different classes in holistic and esoteric practices. Greg specializes in practices associated with mysticism and its principles. Greg's complete bio. #1 Bestseller Get your free Human Design chart. This combination of modalities is a Terma. It is a way to move beyond the ego of the mind to allow for your vibration to shift so that you can notice the energetics that occurs, and then the mind will fall in place without all that analyzing. You get to have the experience first. Embody the frequencies coming in. Allow the practical applications of plants and their essences to blend with the essences of you... all for the highest good. We need the highest good right now. Check it out if you're working with oils, astrology, chakras, yoga, IChing, cosmic forces, kabbalah... any or all, or just wanna learn more. Be sure to check out the book as well as Greg and Robin's information classes and what they offer, and especially those oils on Greg's site. Plant Prana Human Design - Robin Winn Human Design Free Book Human Design & Essential Oils - free digital book Plant Prana Facebook Instagram YouTube Upcoming Class Sign Up Your energy matters in how you show up, right now. We as a society, need to move beyond the mind. We need to open our hearts and feel the joy our soul brings us. Tap into that authentic self, the self that you came in with. Not the false self you've been running around with, but your true, authentic self. It's time. It's time to come out of isolation, let go of the loneliness of these past few years, and find the strength within you to monetize your energy, to live an abundant life. Thanks again for listening. To your Spirit, Terri Follow Terri on Instagram Episode Credits: Sound Engineer: Laarni Andres https://www.facebook.com/laarni.andres.7
Jason also welcomes Mike Simonsen of Altos Research as they discuss the factors that keep people from selling their homes and how federal and tax policies contribute to the shortage in housing inventory! Moreover, these factors create more upward pressure on rents! For more detailed information on the charts discussed in the show, visit AltosResearch.com. Key Takeaways: 0:28 Introducing Mike Simonsen of Altos Research 1:20 Mike's macro view and insights on the current housing market 4:20 There will be sellers who won't be selling above the 5.5% mortgage rate 6:00 Factors that keep a lid on inventory for a long time- including fed and tax policies 10:20 Creating more upward pressure on rents 12:00 Total inventory home for sale – US Single Family 14:15 What is the chart not telling us? 17:32 Buyers have stopped buying especially at the 5% threshold 20:06 Median homes list prices – US Single Family 22:00 Where these pricing data come from and the median price on new listings 23:37 Possibility of larger homes not coming into the market in this time of the year 25:30 Weekly inventory change – US Single Family homes 31:00 Standard of living will give in; people will go down the socio-economic ladder 34:14 San Francisco Inventory: Weekly Single Family 35:09 Percent of homes taking price reductions, single family homes US national 37:48 Application for sellers and buyers; going ahead of the curve in your local market 41:09 Where do we go from here? Follow Jason on TWITTER, INSTAGRAM & LINKEDIN Twitter.com/JasonHartmanROI Instagram.com/jasonhartman1/ Linkedin.com/in/jasonhartmaninvestor/ Call our Investment Counselors at: 1-800-HARTMAN (US) or visit: https://www.jasonhartman.com/ Free Class: Easily get up to $250,000 in funding for real estate, business or anything else: http://JasonHartman.com/Fund CYA Protect Your Assets, Save Taxes & Estate Planning: http://JasonHartman.com/Protect Get wholesale real estate deals for investment or build a great business – Free Course: https://www.jasonhartman.com/deals Special Offer from Ron LeGrand: https://JasonHartman.com/Ron Free Mini-Book on Pandemic Investing: https://www.PandemicInvesting.com
On the local news roundup, the city unveils a budget with raises for employees but one that is revenue neutral. City Council makes some decisions on what's happening at Eastland Yards and we have an update on the Charlotte Area Transit System. There may be an extension to our hotel and food tax, and our state's abortion law may be about to change. Those stories and more.
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This week on The Maris Review, Jaime Green joins Maris Kreizman to discuss her new book, The Possibility of Life, out now from Hanover Square Press. Jaime Green is a science writer, essayist, editor, and teacher, and she is series editor of The Best American Science and Nature Writing. She received her MFA in Creative Nonfiction from Columbia, and her writing has appeared in Slate, Popular Science, The New York Times Book Review, and elsewhere. She lives in Connecticut with her husband and son. Her new book is called The Possibility of Life: Science, Imagination, and Our Quest for Kinship in the Cosmos. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What if you choose to live in the world of possibility and lean into the feeling of empowerment? I feel like when our 3D doesn't match the vision we have for our lives, it's really easy to get discouraged. Don't get me wrong, this isn't easy, but what if instead you looked for proof in other people creating what you desire? Use that as proof to live in what's possible for you. I'm willing to bet that if you look around at women around you, you can truly find those that have built that life they love with kids in tow and I will tell you, they don't have anything you don't. They just made a choice and you can make that same choice + change your life too! I'm a mentor for ambitious moms and I love supporting you on your journey in this space and through my breathwork and coaching practices! You can find me here: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amandaclarkstudios/ Website: https://www.amandaclark.biz/ Snag a freebie: https://www.amandaclark.biz/daily-breather
Jaime Green has just published her first book, The Possibility of Life: Science, Imagination, and Our Quest for Kinship in the Cosmos, where she discusses whether there is life out there, and, if so, whether we will ever know. Show notes: Jaime Green (https://www.jaimegreen.net) The Possibility of Life: Science, Imagination, and Our Quest for Kinship in the Cosmos (https://www.jaimegreen.net/book) Merlin Sheldrake, Entangled Life (https://www.merlinsheldrake.com/entangled-life) Learn more about Scrivener (https://www.literatureandlatte.com/scrivener/overview), and check out the ebook Take Control of Scrivener (https://www.literatureandlatte.com/store). If you like the podcast, please follow it in Apple Podcasts (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/write-now-with-scrivener/id1568550068) or your favorite podcast app. Leave a rating or review, and tell your friends. And check out past episodes of Write Now with Scrivener (https://podcast.scrivenerapp.com).
After two and a half years of lockdown, Arijit Ghosh, a fitness-freak and running enthusiast, sets out to create a global platform connecting athletes with coaches and inspiring positivity through fitness in a pandemic-world. In this episode, you will learn: 1. How Arijit Ghosh successfully adapted to the pandemic and embraced the digital age. 2. How Arijit Ghosh is creating a global platform for coaches to meet athletes. 3. How Arijit Ghosh uses his passion and willpower to achieve his goals and create positivity in the world. Resources: www.facebook.com/beingarijitofficial (Page) www.facebook.com/atghosh (Account) www.instagram.com/beingarijitofficial www.twitter.com/atghosh https://www.facebook.com/groups/958107528336266/?ref=share (Group) Connect with me: Attention all aspiring podcasters and content creators! If you want to take your skills to the next level, there is no better time to join the Resilient Reboot Productions community than right now. Our community is filled with like-minded individuals who are eager to share their knowledge and experience with you. Not only will you gain access to exclusive content and resources, but you'll also have the opportunity to connect with industry experts and fellow creators. But don't wait too long to join us. This free community will not be free for long. Take advantage of this incredible opportunity to learn, grow, and thrive as a podcaster while you still can. Join Resilient Reboot Productions today and let's create something amazing together! https://resilient-reboot-productions.mn.co/plans/286481?bundle_token=177904ef4934f7414d634f15896405f1&utm_source=manual
Critical hope helps educators navigate the both/and of criticality and possibility while avoiding the harms of deficit mindsets, toxic positivity, and cynicism. In this episode, leading scholars of critical hope, Jeffrey Duncan-Andrade and Kari Grain, discuss the what, why, and how of critical hope.
Wondering about the world of writing children's books and the impact that has on generations to come? Diante Lawrence is this week's Intern Whisperer guest and is a powerhouse of purpose and intentionality. Tune in to hear how he got started in the real estate business, migrated to becoming a children's book author, and has future plans to turn the stories into TV series and merchandise. This entrepreneur will inspire you to look at negatives as positives that leaves you smiling and looking at life differently. The Intern Whisperer Podcast is brought to you by Employers 4 Change - Increasing diversity through #Skills based #DiversityEquityInclusion #recruitment and #management for #interns and #employees alike. Apply today to be an #Employer4Change that invests in #intern #talent and #employees. Want a break? Play Intern Pursuit Game on Steam. Thank you to our sponsor Cat 5 Studios.
In this episode of The Silent War."Falsification Of History": Egypt Goes Ballistic On Netflix Over Cleopatra's Race. Utah Biotech Company Implants Brain Chips In 50 People To Cure Depression, Blindness, Paralysis. Man Convicted of Raping 7-Year-Old Girl to Be Sent to Women's Prison After Changing Pronouns to She/Her Thanks to AG Garland's Policies. Ireland Set to Pass “Hate Speech” Laws – Will Make Possessing “Hateful” Content on Your Devices a Jailable Offense – Elon Musk Weighs In. Second Largest US Bank Failure In History: First Republic Bank Seized By FDIC, Sold To JPMorgan. ‘Paraguay Has Triumphed, Jesus Has Triumphed': Paraguayan Patriots Defeat WEF/CIA Election Coup. It's Spreading: FOX News Primetime Ratings In COMPLETE COLLAPSE Following Tucker's Exit. BREAKING: Far-Left Vice Preparing to File For Bankruptcy. (Buzzfeed went last month!) NOT MAKING HEADLINES: Pregnant North Carolina Woman Loses Unborn Child After Being Shot by Gang Member.Associated Press Poll Finds More Than Half of Americans Don't Trust Media, Blame Press for Dividing the Country. FDA Approves First Oral Pill Made from Human Poop.US Allies Are Preparing for Possibility of War Over Taiwan.Newly Released Records Show That George Soros Is Even More Influential In American Politics Than You Think… Fox attempting to salvage its reputation by throwing us a bone - Jesse Watters: “It's Never Been More Clear. Epstein Was an Intelligence Asset. Not Only Was He Working with the CIA, Israeli Intelligence, Maybe Even Russian.
Many believe that Bitcoin is “just one of thousands of cryptoassets”—this is true in the same way that the number zero is just one of an infinite series of numbers. In reality, Bitcoin is special, and so is zero: each is an invention which led to a discovery that fundamentally reshaped its overarching system—for Bitcoin, that system is money, and for zero, it is mathematics. Since money and math are mankind's two universal languages, both Bitcoin and zero are critical constructs for civilization. In this series, we explore Breedlove's written work: “The Number Zero and Bitcoin.” Article: https://breedlove22.medium.com/the-number-zero-and-bitcoin-4c193336db5b// SPONSORS // In Wolf's Clothing: https://wolfnyc.com/iCoin Hardware Wallet (use discount code BITCOIN23): https://www.icointechnology.com/CrowdHealth: https://www.joincrowdhealth.com/breedloveWasabi Wallet: https://wasabiwallet.io/Join Me At Bitcoin 2023 in Miami (use discount code BREEDLOVE): https://b.tc/conference/Casa (use discount code BREEDLOVE): https://keys.casa/Bitcoin Apparel (use discount code BREEDLOVE): https://thebitcoinclothingcompany.com/ Feel Free Tonics (use discount code BREEDLOVE): https://botanictonics.comCarnivore Bar (use discount code BREEDLOVE): https://carnivorebar.com/ // OUTLINE //00:00 - Coming up01:08 - Intro02:29 - Helping Lightning Startups With In Wolf's Clothing03:15 - The Macroeconomic Games of Finite and Infinite08:46 - Free Market Capitalism vs. Centrally Planned Socialism14:35 - Bitcoin is an Irrefutable Schelling Point in the Game of Money17:42 - The Economic Value of Absolute Scarcity22:18 - Secure Your Bitcoin Stash with the iCoin Hardware Wallet23:14 - Take Control of Your Healthcare with CrowdHealth24:16 - A Bitcoin Wallet with Privacy Built-In: Wasabi Wallet25:07 - The Five Fundamental Traits of Money27:52 - How Bitcoin Ticks All the Boxes32:34 - Definition of a Perfect Monetary System34:00 - Why is Bitcoin Immune to Disruption35:26 - The Possibility of a Bitcoin Killer36:58 - Scarcity is the Most Significant Property of Money38:46 - A Chance to Win Discounted Tickets to the Bitcoin 2023 Conference and 10M SATS39:40 - Hold Bitcoin in the Most Secure Custody Model with Casa40:28 - The Fundamental Properties of the Number Zero43:20 - Bitcoin is the Ultimate Solution to Monetary Socialism47:11 - The Correlation between the Number Zero and Social Wellbeing51:49 - The Unstoppable Duo of the Number Zero and Bitcoin // PODCAST //Podcast Website: https://whatismoneypodcast.com/Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast...Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/25LPvm8...RSS Feed: https://feeds.simplecast.com/MLdpYXYI// SUPPORT THIS CHANNEL // Bitcoin: 3D1gfxKZKMtfWaD1bkwiR6JsDzu6e9bZQ7 Sats via Strike: https://strike.me/breedlove22Sats via Tippin.me: https://tippin.me/@Breedlove22Dollars via Paypal: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/RBreedloveDollars via Venmo: https://account.venmo.com/u/Robert-Breedlove-2The "What is Money?" Show Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32843101// WRITTEN WORK // Medium: https://breedlove22.medium.com/ Substack: https://breedlove22.substack.com/ // SOCIAL // Breedlove Twitter: https://twitter.com/Breedlove22WiM? Twitter: https://twitter.com/WhatisMoneyShowLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/breedlove22/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breedlove_22/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@breedlove22All My Current Work: https://vida.page/breedlove22
Do you often gain information and then wonder, "How do I integrate this into my life?" I mean, it all makes sense but then what? Yes, it all starts with new information but there is a difference between having a new mindset and integrating new skills into daily living. In today's episode we are exploring how to BRIDGE the gap: *From drama to empowerment * From the old model (of blame and defense) to the new model (of ownership and connection) * From power struggles to collaboration *From "I'm not good enough" to "I am worthy." * From anger to compassion *From dysregulation to self-regulation On today's episode we will discuss how reinvention coaching is the bridge. So, POWERFUL! Reinvention allows you to see yourself, others and the world from a new lens AND supports you in integrating AND embodying new skills. So you not only know them, you live them. POSSIBILITY is just a call away. Schedule a free 30 minute call to see if Reinvention is right for you: https://www.dianesorensen.net/
Francisco Rojas recaps last night's loss against The Houston Astros, but has incredible news on the update to Bryce Harper's injury status. Also, Francisco previews tonight's game against The Dodgers & tells us where The Phillies are ranked in MLB.com's recent power rankings.
Psychedelic pioneer and living legend Dr. James Fadiman shares his expansive wisdom on how to get the most out of an intentional microdosing protocol. There is an explosive cultural phenomenon of people using “micro” doses of psychedelic medicine to boost mood and energy levels; Dr. Fadiman breaks down why and the mechanism at play here, illuminating the wondrous Possibility in microdosing for health, well-being, expansive creativity, and deeper connection(s). Show Notes Dr. James Fadiman: We Discuss; -Massive surge in microdosing: Cultural phenomenon [6:30] -Microdosing for depression [9:30] -Microdosing and Connection/Sex/Intimacy [12:00] -Neuroplasticity: Massive leverage point [15:30] -“Start low, go slow & take time off” [16:45] -Safety of psychedelics and microdosing [18:00] -Placebo effect [24:00] -Pharma's failure: Depression keeps rising [33:00] -Fadiman's pioneering psychedelics for creativity studies from 1960s [34:30] -Practice of envisioning [41:30] -Psychedelics vs. Pharma model [47:20] -Dr. Fadiman's latest book: Your Symphony of Selves [54:00] Connect with Dr. James Fadiman: https://www.jamesfadiman.com https://www.psychedelicexplorersguide.com https://jordangruber.com/your-symphony-of-selves
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Authentic vulnerability becomes the gateway to power and possibility. It calls us to be who we are and creates the space for others to do the same as we all move through the exciting adventure of transformation. That's when we intentionally step into the power and possibility that being authentic and open brings.
Darrin Tulley's perspective completely changed at one point in his career, when he discovered a new world of possibilities for himself. Since then, he's been hard at work, sharing his message of “Live Your Possible” with the world, and in this episode, he tells his tale and talks about how we can all find possibilities in ourselves.
Robert Pardi is the author of the book "Possibility in Action," which is the theme of this week's interview. Today we discuss what "possibility in action" looks like and how someone can find purpose after facing loss. Tune in to find out more about Robert's incredible story and how he found purpose after the loss of his beloved wife to cancer.
Steelers Podcast - The Terrible Podcast
April 24, 2023 - Season 13, Episode 118 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the can. In this Monday morning show, Alex Kozora and I get right to talking about the annual pre-draft press conference from earlier in the day that included general manager Omar Khan and Mike Tomlin.We focus in on several main talking points to come out of the Khan/Tomlin press conference and that includes the likelihood of the team trading up in the first round of the 2023 NFL Draft and down from the 32nd overall pick, the first selection in the second round.We go through several different scenarios related to the trading of early round picks and how the main takeaway from Monday morning is that the Steelers really probably want to move out of the 32nd overall selection.We discuss what weas said Monday morning about defensive lineman DeMarvin Leal, the offseason status of new wide receiver Allen Robinson II and inside linebacker Cole Holcomb when it comes to them both rehabbing from 2022 injuries and subsequent surgeries and much more from the press conference.Alex and I talk quite in-depth about the 2023 draft class when it comes to offensive players. We go through each offensive position group and discuss numerous players in this segment.We save some time to talk about players that Alex listed in a Sunday post that we would have liked to have seen the Steelers show more visible interest in during the pre-draft process.We answer several listener questions late in this show to close things out. We mix in other Steelers talk throughout this episode that is not noted in this recap post.
All Things Covered with Patrick Peterson & Bryant McFadden
A very special episode of All Things Covered welcomes 2023 NFL Draft prospect Joey Porter. Jr to the show. Now Jr.'s dad is one of the few players to play with both BMac and Pat P, so that makes the chat even better! JPJ discusses looking up to Patrick Peterson when he was younger and the possibility of them becoming teammates this week. He highlights his history with the Tomlin family but when it comes to working out and interviewing with the Steelers, it's all business. The Penn State product discusses why he thinks he's the best CB in this class and breaks down some strong points of his game. Porter Jr. mentions some of his favorite memories of his Dad, what his draft night swag could look like before answering Superlatives! All Things Covered' is available for free on the Audacy app as well as Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Visit the All Things Covered YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/allthingscovered You can listen to All Things Covered on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the All Things Covered podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the All Things Covered podcast." To purchase All Things Covered merch, visit: https://paramountshop.com/collections/all-things-covered Like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/AllThingsCoveredPod Follow Pat on Instagram and Twitter Follow BMac on Instagram and Twitter Follow All Things Covered on Instagram and Twitter and TikTok Produced by: @E_DeBerardinis For more NFL coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On 25th April 2012 (Yom Ha'atzmaut 5772) Rabbi Sacks gave an inspirational address at the Bnei Akiva UK service at Finchley Synagogue, Kinloss Gardens, as we celebrated 64 of the State of Israel. Find the full video of this talk here: https://www.rabbisacks.org/videos/power-of-possibility-yom-haatzmaut-5772/ For more on Israel and Yom Ha'atzmaut, in celebration of 75 years, please visit https://www.rabbisacks.org/israel-75/
In the first episode in our series Climate, Hope and Science, we explore how embracing uncertainty enables us to move beyond climate anxiety and despair to hope and action, with author and activist Rebecca Solnit. What does it take to be aware of what's really happening, without falling into despair? How do we find hope? Do small, individual actions really matter? What happens to our minds and hearts when we connect with nature, and how can that actually protect the climate? We find the links between crisis, hope, happiness, and action. Look for new episodes April 27 and March 11. Plus, we'll share climate-focused Happiness Breaks in the weeks following those episodes. Episode summary: When you think about climate change, do you feel hope? On this episode of our special series, Climate, Hope and Science, we examine what it means to feel hopeful for the future of our planet. Renowned writer and activist Rebecca Solnit joins Dacher to share why she loves uncertainty, what gives her hope, and how hope empowers her. Later, we hear from climate scientist Patrick Gonzalez about why he believes climate hope is scientifically sound, and how much power we truly have to create meaningful change. Today's guests: Rebecca Solnit is an award-winning author and activist whose works have explored numerous themes including technology, feminism, the environment and social change. Her latest book, which she co-edited, is It's Not Too Late: Changing the Climate Story from Despair to Possibility. https://www.nottoolateclimate.com/ Learn more about Rebecca: http://rebeccasolnit.net/biography/ Read Rebecca's article “Ten ways to confront the climate crisis without loosing hope”: https://tinyurl.com/2p92e2h6 Follow Rebecca on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RebeccaSolnit Follow Rebecca on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rebeccasolnit/ Follow Rebecca on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rebecca.solnit Patrick Gonzalez is a climate scientist and forest ecologist at UC Berkeley. His work inspired numerous policy changes focused on forestry protections around the world. Learn more about Patrick and his work: http://www.patrickgonzalez.net/ Follow Patrick on Twitter: https://twitter.com/pgonzaleztweet?lang=en Follow Patrick on Google Scholar: https://tinyurl.com/mvn98ear More Resources on Climate Hope: Greater Good Mag - More Resources on Science Center https://tinyurl.com/ytna663b University of Michigan - Climate crisis: 4 reasons for hope in 2023: https://tinyurl.com/5n7hhpu8 United Nations - 8 reasons not to give up hope - and take climate action: https://tinyurl.com/3wzrebyy Australian Psychological Society - Coping with climate change distress: https://tinyurl.com/43jhkbjw How do you feel when you think about climate change? Where do you derive hope? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the hashtag #happinesspod. Help us share The Science of Happiness! Leave us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts and share this link with someone who might like the show: https://tinyurl.com/2p9h5aap
Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
In this episode of "Body Bags," we unravel the harrowing story of Shaye Groves, a woman consumed by her obsession with serial killers and ultimately implicated in the brutal murder of her boyfriend, Frankie Fitzgerald. Delving into the chilling fascination that permeated her life and relationships, the hosts uncover the disturbing evidence that led to the gruesome crime. Hosts Joseph Scott Morgan and Dave Mack explore the challenges investigators face when encountering an unfamiliar crime scene and the unsettling environment they discover including a macabre collection of serial killer images and the couple's history of violent, videotaped sex acts. They discuss Shaye Groves' possible premeditation of the murder, her manipulation and blackmail of previous partners through recorded sex acts, and her meticulous execution of the crime, such as using bleach to clean up the scene. Subscribe to Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan : Apple Podcasts Spotify iHeart Shownotes: 00:20 - Intro to case. 02:10 - Dave Mack gives background and overview of case. 04:10 - What impact did having serial killer images in her home have on Shay Groves and her mindset? 05:25 - The disturbing nature of Shay Groves' obsession and how it relates to the crime and her life. 07:10 - Shay Groves and Frankie Fitzgerald's romantic relationship and Shaye's controlling nature. 09:25 - Challenges investigators face when entering an unfamiliar crime scene and disturbing evidence and how their first impressions can impact their investigation. 11:50 - The couple's history of violent sex acts captured on video and how this escalated. 14:00 - The use of bleach in morgue cleanups and how the smell of bleach can linger, connecting it to the crime scene. 15:10 - Possibility of Shea Groves planning the murder and the use of bleach to clean the crime scene. 19:50 - Shea's obsession with serial killers, dark imagery, and the types of knives used in the murder. 21:55 - JoScott talks about the differences between single-edged and double-edged knife wounds. 24:40 - The catastrophic loss of blood that led to Frankie's death and Shaye's possible motives and methods during the attack. 26:40 - Determining if any wounds were inflicted post-mortem and whether the crime was a torture event or a dark fantasy acted out by Shaye. 28:54 - Outro.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.