This is a very special episode. Yekaterina Siebelewsky zooms in from the Netherlands to share her wisdom and experience being a Wise Woman. We have deep conversations about how she creates the beautiful content on her instagram feed, what witchcraft is, the history and reason why the word "witch" has such a charge, how to connect with ancestors behind the veil and so much more. Follow Yekaterina for more resources on her website- www.houseofthewisewoman.com Or on her Instagram feed @houseofthewisewoman Or her Youtube channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/HouseoftheWiseWoman
In this episode, I sit down with the Founder and CEO of The Sculpt Society, Megan Roup. Megan and I discuss mental health struggles throughout pregnancy, adjusting expectations of ourselves postpartum, and navigating work-life balance as a new mom. We talk about the most enjoyable aspects of motherhood and learning to accept help and support from people in our lives. We also dive into appreciating and practicing gratitude towards our bodies and trying to let go of the constant need to achieve. Key Talking Points: Mental health struggles throughout pregnancy Readjusting expectations during postpartum Work-life balance as a new parent The most enjoyable aspects of motherhood Practicing gratitude towards our bodies Join the Freckled Foodie Mamas Facebook Group Buy the Super Attractor card deck we mention here Follow Megan Roup and The Sculpt Society: Instagram: @meganroup @thesculptsociety TikTok: @meganroup Website: thesculptsociety.com (use code FRECKLEDFOODIE25 for a 7-day free trial and 25% off your first month) Follow me: Instagram: @freckledfoodie Website: freckledfoodie.com TikTok: freckledfoodie Twitter: @freckledfoodie Youtube: Cameron Rogers / Freckled Foodie Pinterest: Freckled Foodie This episode was edited by Tim Flanzbaum
(Gaia House) This recording also includes Laura Bridgman
Practice Your Psychic Ability By Trusting Your Intuition We've all heard and read fairy tales, legends, and folklore. Whether passed on by word of mouth or read from worn pages of old books, we are aware of the concepts of magic and . Witchcraft, tarot readings, rituals, and spells — people often view these practices as something to be feared and avoided. But we will learn that there is untapped power within each of us that we can use to create connections and guide us to answers. With Alex Naranjo and Marlene Vargas, we look into the world of intuition. As founders of the House of Intuition, they share how their intuition led them to the lives they enjoy today. Amidst stereotypes and negative experiences, they use their voice to show the side of magic often ignored. Are you interested in unlocking your psychic ability, magic, and intuition? Listen in to Rosie, Alex, and Marlene as they share their fresh perspective on the world of magic. Here are three reasons why you should listen to the full episode: Explore your psychic ability, and be confident in your power! Discover what's beyond the box with magic. Don't let yourself be constrained. Find out how intuition can lead you to answers and give you a deeper connection. Resources Your Intuition Led You Here, by Alex Naranjo and Marlene Vargas Order your book “Your Intuition Led You Here” on presale here! Participate in the book's launch on October 20, 2021, in Los Angeles! More about the psychic Suzanne Jauchius Visit any of the House of Intuition's store locations or their website! Connect with Rosie Acosta on Instagram and Twitter. Check out Rosie's YouTube channel. Subscribe and leave a review on iTunes for Radically Loved. Episode Highlights About the House of Intuition The House of Intuition (HOI) came from Alex and Marlene's experimentation and their journeys alone and together. The book is an attempt to change people's negative perceptions of spirituality and psychics. Despite being seen as taboo, Alex and Marlene want to show that this is not the case. The two met in 2007 during the start of the Great Recession. It was a time when people lost their businesses and much of their property. With their material world shaken, they wanted to look beyond religion for answers. A Different Perspective on Magic Through an enlightening experience with tarot readings, Marlene realized the power of intuition. Tune in to the full episode to hear how Marlene found hope! Alex grew up in a religious household but felt constrained by religion. She reached beyond the limits to find what felt right for her. Writing the book was important to them because it gave them a voice to share people can do magic beyond the box society placed it in. Everything about HOI's design and how it's run has an intention. HOI wants people to learn that you don't have to believe what everyone tells you to. Marlene shares her father's experience with limpia (traditional Latino cleansing) and how it ended up not helping him in the full episode. Being in a Vulnerable State Looking for guidance when in a bad situation can leave you vulnerable and open. Some readers will only tell you what you want to hear and not what you truly need to hear. Being vulnerable allows you to fall into a trap that often costs much but helps very little. Though most readers often start with good intentions, humans can fall to the temptation of taking advantage of their popularity. Readers should be a medium of communication, not the ones giving the message to the people. The House of Intuition's Purpose HOI wants to encourage people to be confident in their power to determine truth from lies. The shop is a place for authentic readers and teaching others how to tap into their power and control, especially during a reading. A reader wants to connect you to what you truly need. If a reading isn't resonating with you, it's better to stop and perhaps find someone else who can better connect you. But also consider that a message that isn't true may yet come true in the future. Marlene and Rosie share their experiences with readings that came true in the full episode. Practicing Your Psychic Ability Everyone has a psychic ability that they can strengthen through use and practice. Alex and Marlene's psychic nights include practicing the ability by trying to connect with your partner's thoughts. One of their practices is the little psychic circle. This practice involves sitting in a circle and using breathing techniques and meditation to practice the psychic ability. The psychic ability is also built on confidence and knowing that you have a connection. Exploring Your Intuition Manifesting your intentions into the material world can happen with asking and focusing. Thoughts are powerful. When you spend time cultivating what you want in your mind, you can manifest it into reality. You can develop your intuition to understand if something you want will serve your highest good. Practicing your ability helps you understand the communication spirit has with you. Marlene and Alex give more examples of practices to build your strength in your intuition in the full episode. On Writing Their Book Society often viewed magical concepts with fear and avoidance. They wanted to write in a way that encourages readers to explore and strengthen their psychic ability. We all can use magic as a tool to use as we want to. Don't be afraid of it and what you can do with it. 5 Powerful Quotes from This Episode [11:13] “Magic shouldn't be put in a box either. Just like religion, you shouldn't have to follow a recipe that's 300 years old when we're in modern times.” [14:00] “You don't have to believe what everybody tells you. You have to empower yourself enough to know whether what somebody is telling you is true or not. If it resonates, great. If it doesn't, then it doesn't.” [14:49] "Most of the time, when you go seeking for answers, you are already in a vulnerable place. Not only are you in a vulnerable place, if you're going to get guidance. . . you're not only vulnerable, you're open." [18:35] “If the message isn't true, just put it in your back pocket. Don't chuck it yet, because it might come true in three months.” [21:41] “Remember, your psychic ability is just a muscle that needs to be strengthened. We all have it, and it's like going to the psychic gym.” About Marlene and Alex Alex Naranjo and Marlene Vargas are the founders of the House of Intuition, which aims to bring hope, guidance, and power to those who feel lost and lacking. Established in 2010, the House of Intuition has only grown and become a source of knowledge for spiritual seekers. Open to all, they offer an array of magical items and services. They also hold classes and events for those who want to learn. Alex and Marlene have also written their first book, Your Intuition Led You Here. Their own experiences and practice with magic have truly changed their lives for the better. Using their voice, they want to encourage many more to explore their spirituality just like they have. If you want to learn more about Marlene, Alex, and the House of Intuition, you can visit their website. The House of Intuition is in Los Angeles, with more branches in locations all over the country. This episode brought to you by Uprising Foods $10 OFF the starter bundle! www.uprisingfood.com/loved This episode brought to you by Magic Mind www.magicmind.co/loved Use code: loved20 for 20% off Enjoy the Podcast? If you felt radically loved from listening to this podcast, subscribe and share it with the people you love! Love to give us 5 stars? If you do, we'd love a review from you. Help us reach more people and make them feel loved. Magic isn't all curses and voodoo. It is also intuition and seeking guidance. Do you want to encourage others to discover the wonders of magic? A simple way is to share what you've learned today on social media. Don't forget to send us messages on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Thanks for listening! To feeling radically loved, Rosie
In this week's episode we give our insight and picks on NFL Week 7. We go game by game determining the winner of each game. We also look back at Week 6 and look forward to the big games in Week 7. We start on Ben Simmons and what has escalated in Philadelphia. We also get into the Lakers choking on Opening night.
I have admired today's guest for a very long time! Kim Kashkashian is an internationally recognized and decorated violist who has worked tirelessly to broaden the range of technique, advocacy, and repertoire for the viola. Our conversation is absolutely filled with information and inspiration, including: Her musical journey and how her artistic path has unfolded, focusing heavily on conquering her fears and belief in chance (3:24) Why pursuing an objective view is essential to your growth (9:48) How Kim defines mindful practice... (11:26) ...and how focusing on the entire production of your sound (including resonance, energy, and what you send out) maximizes your practice (12:51) Kim's suggestions to exercise expressive playing, including knowing exactly what a piece means to you by personifying the music (and letting how you transmit that message to an audience come second) (15:36) How the difference between intention and desire relates to the tension in performance (22:56) The distinction between being judgmental and making good differentiation, and the impact of each (29:55) Kim's advice to current music students on broadening your perspective, learning the language of music (separate from the craft of playing your instrument), and knowing the historical context of pieces (33:36) The doubt and resistance Kim has faced on her own journey (36:38) The importance of listening to yourself with love, knowing yourself and what you want to say, and knowing how to say it (37:50) MORE ON KIM KASHKASHIAN: YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=kim+kashkashian+viola Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100063660876526 Kim Kashkashian, internationally recognized as a unique voice on the viola, was born of Armenian parents in Michigan. She studied the viola with Karen Tuttle and legendary violist Walter Trampler at the Peabody Conservatory of Music in Baltimore. Since fall 2000 she has taught viola and chamber music at New England Conservatory. Following Grammy Award nominations for several previous recordings, Kashkashian received a 2012 Grammy Award in the "Best Classical Instrumental Solo" category for Kurtág and Ligeti: Music for Viola, on the ECM Records label. Kashkashian's recording, with Robert Levin, of the Brahms Sonatas won the Edison Prize in 1999. Her June 2000 recording of concertos by Bartók, Eötvös and Kurtág won the 2001 Cannes Classical Award for a premiere recording by soloist with orchestra. In 2016, Kashkashian was elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Kashkashian has worked tirelessly to broaden the range of technique, advocacy, and repertoire for the viola. A staunch proponent of contemporary music, she has developed creative relationships with György Kurtág, Krzysztof Penderecki, Alfred Schnittke, Giya Kancheli, and Arvo Pärt, and commissioned works from Peter Eötvös, Ken Ueno, Thomas Larcher, Lera Auerbach, and Tigran Mansurian. Marlboro and the Viennese school represented by her mentor, Felix Galimir, were major influences in developing her love of chamber music. Kim Kashkashian is a regular participant at the Verbier, Salzburg, Lockenhaus, Marlboro, and Ravinia festivals. She has long-standing duo partnerships with pianist Robert Levin and percussionist Robyn Schulkowsky, and played in a unique string quartet with Gidon Kremer, Daniel Phillips, and Yo-Yo Ma. As a soloist, she has appeared with the great orchestras of Berlin, London, Vienna, Milan, New York, and Cleveland, and in recital at the Metropolitan Museum of New York, Kaufmann Hall, New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall, as well as in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Frankfurt, Berlin, Paris, Athens, and Tokyo. Kashkashian's musicianship has been well represented on recordings through her association with the prestigious ECM label in a fruitful collaboration that has been continuous since 1985. Kim Kashkashian has taught in Bloomington, Indiana, and in Freiburg and Berlin, Germany, and now resides with her daughter in Boston. Kim is a founding member of Music for Food, an initiative by musicians to fight hunger in their home communities. B.M., Peabody Conservatory of Music; M.M., New School of Music Philadelphia. Viola with Walter Trampler and Karen Tuttle. Former faculty of University of Indiana and conservatories in Freiburg and Berlin, Germany. LINKS: "Performing and Music Communication" Barbara Hannigan live in Berlin on Sarah´s Horn Hangouts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0lFs1C_ewiE PRACTICING FOR PEAK PERFORMANCE: I'm excited to tell you that Practicing for Peak Performance is now available for download! Go to MindOverFinger.com for access to all the tools that will help you transform your practice, gain confidence in your process, and start performing at your best. With the purchase of PPP, you gain: Access to all recorded content - over 7 hours of instruction Guidance in effective high-performance systems Detailed handouts For a limited time only, a free 30-minute consultation with me. PPP alumnus Karmen Palusoo has this to say about it: “For a long time I have had this belief that learning an instrument is difficult and hard work or that it has to be, and there is no other way. Only a few weeks after PPP, I am starting to feel that change! My everyday practice sessions are now filled with freedom and ease!” THANK YOU: A HUGE thank you to my fantastic producer, Bella Kelly, who works really hard to make this podcast as pleasant to listen to as possible for you. Most sincere thank you to composer Jim Stephenson who graciously provided the show's musical theme. Concerto #1 for Trumpet and Chamber Orchestra – Movement 2: Allegro con Brio, performed by Jeffrey Work, trumpet, and the Lake Forest Symphony, conducted by Jim Stephenson. Thank you to pianist-singer-song-writer Louise Kelly for the introduction! You can find out more about Kelly and her creative work by visiting louisekelly.com. MIND OVER FINGER: As we head into this new season, I encourage you to visit MindOverFinger.com for a plethora of resources on mindful practice and information on how to work with me. 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Atlanta Falcons cornerback AJ Terrell joined Dukes & Bell to talk about his season so far, what the team learned from practicing and playing the Dolphins in the preseason, and what's wrong with AJ's Clemson Tigers? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Join our latest orthohub see one / do one episode with our distinguished guest Professor Sithombo Maqungo, where we find out all about practicing surgery in South Africa.Sithombo is the Head of the Orthopaedic Trauma Service at Groote Schuur Hospital and Professor at the University of Cape Town (UCT), internationally recognised for clinical excellence, research outputs, and training opportunities.As well as being the Lead for Trauma Care and Injury Prevention at UCT, Sithombo is also President of the South African Orthopaedic Trauma Society, faculty for AO South Africa & AO Europe, the founder and Chair of Cape Town International Trauma Conference. He was previously an AO Gordon Siboto travelling fellow and has also recently been made an ABC Fellow.His charity work includes advocating for a "Gun-free South Africa" and child safety.In this wide-ranging conversation, we cover many different aspects of his life and career including:how playing tennis (and his friend's hi-fi system) was instrumental in his becoming a doctorhis experiences of being a medical student as APARTHEID ended and Nelson Mandela became presidentwhat was surgical training like in Cape Town during the noughties and his medical experience as he travelled the world and how have things developed since thenhow much of trauma surgery still takes place overnightwhat does surgical training look like in South Africawhat are the biggest challenges of practicing orthopaedics in South Africa interfacing with bone-setters, rural practices, and state-of-the-art equipmentand the impact of gun violence, as well as measures to try and reduce this and focusing on injury preventionPlease subscribe on your podcast player and leave us a rating and a review!You can also find us on YouTube, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and at www.orthohub.xyzTwitter:@orthohubxyz@kashakhtar@petebates
This week's guest is Karyn Ross. Karyn has been on the show quite a few times and each conversation is packed full of lean insights. This time, Karyn discussed her new book, The Kind Leader, and what it means to practice kind leadership. An MP3 audio version of this episode is available for download here. In this episode you'll learn: The quote that inspires Karyn (3:16) Karyn's background (3:48) Karyn's new book, The Kind Leader (5:01) What kind leadership means (7:49) The difference between kindness and niceness (12:21) Behind the title (19:57) Balancing accountability with kindness (24:22) How Karyn deals with being hurt by others (31:18) What Karyn would do if an employee was stealing from her (41:47) Podcast Resources Right Click to Download this Podcast as an MP3 Karyn's Consulting Site Karyn on LinkedIn The Kind Leader on Routledge Big Karma and Little Kosmo Help Each Other Think Kindly - Speak Kindly - Act Kindly Stories From the Fox Continuous Improvement Team The New School for Kind Leaders The Love and Kindness Project Foundation What Do You Think? Describe an act of kind leadership you've witnessed or experienced lately.
Yoga is more than a physical practice. The asanas can be made accessible for everyone, and yoga practitioners are responsible for creating a community that welcomes everyone to the yoga mat. But is yoga for everyone? The spiritual readiness of the student is very important when it comes to taking the first steps on this journey, and not everyone is willing to wake up early every morning to practice. Before you start your journey, you need to ask yourself - is yoga right for me? This isn't a workout routine, although it can help you lose weight and live healthy. Yoga practice also isn't a trend. It's a spiritual faith that has been practiced for many centuries and passed on from generation to generation. Practicing yoga means joining the chain of thousands of practitioners who came before you. To step onto this path is not to step lightly. Physical adjustments can be made for the asanas, but the spiritual and mental adjustments that need to be made for your spiritual growth must come from within. Are you ready to face the spiritual journey each day? Some people aren't there yet, and maybe they won't be in this lifetime. But yoga is for the student who is willing to show up every day and put in the work. You're the only one who can bring yourself to the mat every day, and you're also the only one who can carry the practice with you in your daily life. Patanjali's teachings say that we must practice yoga without a break, but that doesn't necessarily mean being on the mat every hour of every day. The yoga sutras should inspire every part of your life, from the way you speak to others and the way you speak to yourself, to how you participate in society. I sense a big shift coming to the yoga community and the way we interact with our practice and travel this spiritual path. As the generation of teachers begins to change, I invite you to think on the spiritual roots of the yoga practice and how you have grown on this journey. If you would like to share what you've learned on your yoga journey, get in touch with me at firstname.lastname@example.org. You could be invited to guest spot on The Yoga Inspiration Show. Keep up with my yoga journey on Instagram at @kinoyoga and @omstarsofficial, and follow my blog at Kinoyoga.com. If you would like to attend my yoga classes, sign up on Omstars.com. Use code: PODCAST for a free 30-day membership.
Devoney is a therapist, life coach, workshop facilitator, and podcast host. She is wildly passionate about helping women be authentically themselves and create an intentional life they love thru faith & mental wellness practices. You can find her podcast, Free & Well, here -> https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/free-well-self-discovery-self-compassion-self-care/id1490918997 Her Instagram is @freeandwell_ Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe! Grab access to the Freebie Library here: nikiferguson.com/library I love hearing from you! If you resonated with this episode, share it with me on Instagram (@wildly_worthy). Other places we can hang out online: Instagram: instagram.com/wildly_worthy If you'd like to work with me, schedule your free discovery call here -> https://nikiferguson.as.me --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/niki-ferguson/support
Anu is a consultant to high-level organizations and their leadership teams. She's an incredible woman who has literally been a leader since the age of 6. But right now she is holding back from telling these leaders what they REALLY need to hear. So, I have to step into leadership myself. I need to model for her the power of saying, "Here's what I require of you..." By the end of the conversation we are both fully energized. Sometimes being on mission is scary. But you've got this. Not everyone needs to like you. But you need to speak truth to power. That's how we change the world. In today's episode you'll also learn about Transition Excellence—a program for high-level leaders who want to be high-level coaches and consultants. https://transitionexcellence.com/?utm_source=rich_litvin&utm_medium=list Love. Rich P.S. For most of human history, it wasn't called coaching. It was called leadership. Download an FAQ for great leaders who want to be great coaches - with a handful of high-performing, high-fee clients. https://richlitvin.com/rules
Danny J and her good friend Ashly Rae sat down in our Tulum studio to talk about living in alignment with your true self and embodying your core values. We are all born with an innate knowing of who we are. You know, you know, you know. You've always known. Ashly thinks its about time we all get back to that. @todaywithashlyrae Join The Becoming on Facebook How shitty situations can turn into opportunities [1:29] Practicing embodiment [9:20] Living in alignment with who you are 18:38] Start to notice, and you'll find power [25:22] Starting from scratch [30:43] Our pain is the making of us [34:41] There is no more space for fear [36:40] There's no way that works for everyone [41:22] See what works for you [49:34] thehappinessdiet.com Get 20% OFF Organifi products at organifi.com using code ‘thebestlife' Don't forget to leave us a review and subscribe so you never have to miss an episode! Comments and questions can also be sent to email@example.com, and you can head to thebestlifepodcast.com to join our Facebook Group. FOLLOW US ON IG: @TheBestLifePodcast FOLLOW JILL: @jillfit FOLLOW DANNY J: @dannyjdotcom You can also follow us on Facebook @Jill Coleman @Danny-J
Practicing the willingness to say no to ourselves and to things in order that the command to love God and men may have real meaning is a tremendous challenge for us due to our fallen nature. We all experience the natural inclination to focus on ourselves and what we want, and not to deny ourselves. Since the fall of humanity, we are inclined to do everything we canto put ourselves at the center of the universe. This is where we naturally want to live. And this is precisely the environment that we're saturated with in this age, isn't it? In our effort to live the Christian life, to engage in true spirituality, we must face this fact head on. Even as a Christian I am prone to be focused on myself and my pursuit of things and my own victories, regardless of the cost to those around me, so it's inaccurate not to feel as if I were smashing against a wall when I consider the call to this negative. And if I stand in the normal perspective of fallen humanity - especially the normal perspective of our modern age - I will feel as if I am having a high-speed collision with the hull of a battleship. But if I shift my perspective, the whole thing changes, and that is what we are after here - to shift our perspective. --- For more resources from and information on how to contact Pastor Johnny, please visit the following sites: https://www.invictusmaneopress.com https://www.thoughtoutfaith.com --- Attributions: "Hope" and "Dawn" by Kazukii. https://soundcloud.com/ohthatkazuki https://ohthatkazuki.bandcamp.com "Nycterine" from Echo Grid. https://soundcloud.com/echogridmusic https://echogrid.bandcamp.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/john-armstrong4/support
WHATS IN TODAYS EPISODE:Lopa van der Mersch (Founder and CEO of Rasa) joins Natalie for a conversation around living your values in a profit-focused world. Whether she's pushing the envelope of earth-friendly compostable packaging, building a forward-thinking sustainable supply chain, or re-imagining a new level of customer care, Lopa is always working to be a socially conscious entrepreneur. Her effort paid dividends: her adaptogenic coffee alternative company, Rasa, has seen triple-digit growth every year since their launch. Within this episode you will be provided with value, insights and education that can help you to embody and practice consciously sustainable practices within your personal and professional life by someone who is already doing the thing!QUOTES FROM THIS EPISODE:We respond to our bodies in many ways that we do the earth, where we are extracting more resources that is sustainable and not putting enough back in. Integrity is about energy. Living out of integrity to our values is a tremendous energy leak. If you're being unsustainable to yourself your business is going to come out being unsustainable in some shape or form. Remember to take breaks from the game and be really attentive to stewarding your energy. When you are more connected to source you will have that right motive much more naturally in terms of the decisions you make in being a sustainable business.LEARN MORE ABOUT LOPA AND HER WORK:Lopa van der Mersch is many things: Serial entrepreneur. Mother of two. Sustainability advocate. TEDx speaker. Recovering cult member. Three years ago, she added a new chapter: Founder and CEO of Rasa, the adaptogenic coffee alternatives revolutionizing people's relationship to energy. 2015 was what Lopa now calls “her own personal 2020” — she left a cult, had emergency surgery while pregnant, lost a family member, and had a traumatic birth. Beaten down and exhausted, she needed a source of energy that could sustain her without burnout, crashes, or jitters. What she needed didn't exist, so she worked with a clinical herbalist and Rasa was born: adaptogen-rich blends that nourish & energize while providing enough rich, roasty flavor to convert even the most devoted coffee fanatic. What started with a mom elbow-deep in herbs in her kitchen is now a movement, with triple-digit YoY growth and over 100K customers worldwide.https://wearerasa.com/Facebook + Instagram: @wearerasahttps://www.linkedin.com/in/lopa-van-der-mersch/Help support Rasa! The first functional coffee alternative: energize with adaptogens, not caffeine!https://wefunder.com/rasaACCESS A SPECIAL DISCOUNT FOR RASA PRODUCTS:Visit wearerasa.com and use the code ALIGNED to receive $10 off $50 or more of RasaHOW TO SUPPORT THE WILDLY ALIGNED PODCAST:-Drop us a review and help support the podcast in getting its value out to more people!-Join our newsletter to stay in touch and receive ongoing value: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/60638337156ede3509fb364fABOUT NATALIE BRITE:I'm an educator, mentor, writer, and speaker for topics of ethical entrepreneurship and sustainable development. I specialize in strategic planning and systems integration, branding, marketing, service development and delivery, and social entrepreneurship. Learn more about Natalie here: https://www.nataliebrite.com/about-pageSupport the show (https://www.nataliebrite.com)
Watch the full video interview on YouTube here: https://bit.ly/moby436 Moby (IG: @moby) is a musician, entrepreneur, activist, and philanthropist who is informally known as “the godfather of veganism.” His album Play sold more than 12 million copies worldwide. He's released fourteen solo albums in total. A serial side hustler, Moby opened the vegan restaurant Teany in New York City in 2002 and has since opened Little Pine, a unique, contemporary vegan restaurant in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles. In this episode, we discuss: Being an animal rights activist Living in a culture that prioritizes selfishness Hitting rock bottom and getting sober Making music is a spiritual practice Growing up poor and being hungry for fame Forming a love for animals Transitioning from a vegetarian to vegan lifestyle in 1987 Missing a sense of community and friendships Moby's relationship with religion over the years From squatting in an abandoned factory to buying a five-level sky castle Fame and wealth don't create happiness When was the happiest time in your life? The ‘90s were the last period of general optimism The rise of the internet A self-care practice supported by evidence Eating 95% vegan organic whole foods Nature is healing Connecting with our awkward self Practicing metta meditation How to be an animal activist Moby's daily routine Supporting local musicians and artists Show sponsors: LMNT
Doing trick training with your dog can be an extremely enjoyable experience for both you and your dog. And of course, everyone loves to be able to show off their dog's favorite tricks when guests come over! But there are some unexpected benefits to trick training that will make you want to prioritize doing trick training every day with your pup! Let's dive into it! One quick note. Trick training doesn't have to be crazy, complex tricks! It can be as simple as tricks like shake, roll over, speak, etc. It's more important to try it out than getting hung up on trying to learn extremely difficult tricks! Unexpected Benefit #1 – Improved Communication One of the biggest challenges with raising a dog is that we don't speak the same language. Yes, dogs can pick up and learn words, but there is a ‘language barrier' when it comes to our dogs. Every moment of interaction with your pup involves trying to communicate what you're wanting and expecting from them. And of course, they often try to communicate back how they're feeling and perceiving situations (often with body language). A huge benefit of trick training is that your communication will have to be precise! Marking, shaping, and reinforcing tricks learned takes a high level of focus on communication. You have to key in on the exact moments your dog does what is being asked of him or her. Trick training forces us as humans to think and communicate more clearly and effectively with our dogs. As I've done more trick training with my dogs, I've found my ability to communicate with them much improved. It also has helped that communication become more second-nature, even when compared to just ‘normal' behavioral training sessions! Unexpected Benefit #2 – You'll Have Fun I know that sometimes it doesn't feel this way, but raising a dog should be fun! Too often we get hung up on the ‘bad' parts of our dog. It can be frustrating, feel like progress is slow, and sometimes feel like there isn't a solution to the challenges of raising a dog. I've been there! And that's why it is so important to do things with your dog that are fun. Doing fun things, like trick training, with your dog can unlock the positive experiences with your pup you might be searching for! Taking the time to practice tricks can be an extremely welcome break from the ‘behavioral training sessions' you and your dog are used to. Plus, I've found it can be a helpful reset for my dogs if they are becoming frustrated during those ‘behavioral training sessions'. If you're looking for a fun way to bond with your dog, do trick training! Unexpected Benefit #3 – Improved Behavior While working on tricks isn't going to make your dog stop barking through the fence right away, it can help his or her behavior generally. So much of training comes down to practicing how we communicate with our pups. And as I mentioned previously, trick training is a great way to improve communication with your dog. When communication improves, behavior often does as well. With my own dogs, for example, I've found doing fun things like leg weaves can get them more excited about being around me and more attentive to what I'm asking. In turn, when we go out on walks that makes them want to be attentive, even if just a little bit more! And in dog behavior, every incremental bit of success is valuable and important. Dog behaviors don't change overnight or with one training session, but rather, gradually over time. Practicing trick training can help your dog's ability to listen, focus, and therefore indirectly improve their general behavior and manners. Get access to 40 tricks Thanks for listening, please a review! Download the Pupford app here: https://pfrd.site/kxapp-free --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/perfect-pup/message
Do you struggle to forgive? In this message, Renee Hanna talks to us about the life of Jesus and the ways he forgave. If we are to live in the ways of Jesus, forgiveness has to live at the centre of everything.
Host: Mindy McCulley, Extension Specialist for Instructional Support, University of Kentucky Guest: Dr. David Weisenhorn, Extension Specialist for Parenting and Child Development Episode 11, Season 4 Practicing gun safety protects everyone in your home, especially those who have not been properly trained in the use of fire arms. On this episode of Talking FACS, Dr. David Weisenhorn shares some basic, practical safety tips that can protect those you love from gun related accidents. For more information about the 4-H Shooting Sports program, click the link below: 4-H Shooting Sports
Nancy Stevens is Mom to 4 sons age 14, 16, 23 and 24. She is married to a Grammy award winning music producer. Becoming a more grateful and an everyday grateful person began when she took her first yoga class and the practice of being grateful through mindfulness was introduced. She often felt a covering of negativity and frustration and realized that this was not how she wanted to be and live. This way was emotionally crippling. The open door of a non judgmental yoga class placed her on the path of healing and gratitude growth. Nancy is a healer and uses her expertise as a yoga teacher, yoga trainer and wellness coach to help people. Gratitude in her own words and experience: "Practicing gratitude on a personal and professional level has changed me from the inside out, literally."
In today's episode of Business Planning 101, Jon shares about practicing and role-playing talking points, transition statements, and key open-ended questions. Connect with Jon Dwoskin: Twitter: @jdwoskin Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jonathan.dwoskin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejondwoskinexperience/ Website: https://jondwoskin.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jondwoskin/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Get Jon's Book: The Think Big Movement: Grow your business big. Very Big!
For the third week of our Acts study, Amanda talks with John Mark Comer, a bestselling author, executive director of Practicing the Way, and apprentice of Jesus from Portland, Oregon. Together, they look at what the early Church was like, how it grew, and the Holy Spirit's work through God's people. We hope you walk away with a renewed gratitude for Christ's message of salvation—the good news that unites everyone, both Jews and Gentiles alike.Read with Us: This episode corresponds to Week 3 of the She Reads Truth Acts reading plan found on the She Reads Truth app and SheReadsTruth.com. Shop the Acts collection at ShopSheReadsTruth.com. Show notes can be found at shereadstruth.com/podcast/acts-week-3-with-john-mark-comer
Here are a few of the topics in this month's Q&A: Information about the Reiki Lifestyle Distance Reiki Share. Moving with the momentum of the current time and astrological influences and being thoughtful about next steps. Listening inside and healing opinions. Practicing with Reiki symbols and their energy. Striking a balance between allowing Reiki to do the work and being involved in sessions or treatments. An invocation is at 4:35. Colleen and Robyn can be reached at: ReikiLifestyle.com email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Social Colleen: Facebook: @reikilifestyle Insta: @colleenbenelli Social Robyn: Facebook/Insta: @robynbenellireiki
This is Your Anxiety Toolkit - Episode 206. Welcome back, everybody. How are we doing? We are on week 3 of the Self-Compassion Challenge. So welcome if you are new and you haven't caught up with our Self-Compassion Challenge. We are doing a 30-day Self-Compassion Challenge for everybody, so everyone can dabble in their self-compassion practice, maybe strengthen their self-compassion practice, and hopefully thrive with their self-compassion practice. Today, we're going to talk about the roadblocks to self-compassion. Now, this is coming directly from my new book called The Self-Compassion Workbook For OCD. However, even if you don't have OCD, this will apply to you. I did a poll on Instagram with almost a thousand people who wrote in and polled on the biggest roadblocks that they're having, and I've compiled it. Thankfully, I used it in the book. The cool news is there were so many people who agreed on those top eight roadblocks. So I wanted to share them with you today. We're going to go through each and every single one. But before we do that, I would like to first do the “I did a hard thing” segment. Now, for those of you who are new, welcome. The “I did a hard thing” segment is where you write in and you tell me the hard thing that you have done. Today's is from anonymous, and they have said: “I just got on a ship for a daily trip and I forgot to take with me my medication. I don't use the medication that much, but I do feel safe when I have them with me. This makes me anxious, but I am choosing to manage my anxiety.” How cool is that? Sometimes things don't go as we plan, and we have to rely on all of our tools and it sounds like Anonymous is doing that in an amazing way. All right. I have been doing a review of the week for people who submit a review for the podcast. However, as I'm recording this, the reviews have started to come in for the book and I couldn't help myself but share the very first review for the book. It made my heart explode. I was taking a walk. My friend called me to tell me there was a review, and I basically burst into tears. So here we go: “I've read a number of books on OCD in the past, but Kimberley's emphasis on self-compassion and its place in the ERP process is so, so refreshing and so very important. This is a must-read for anyone with OCD or anyone helping a loved one through OCD. It is a beautiful day to do hard things.” Thank you so much for that amazing review. The reviews literally are changing my life. Oh my goodness, I can't tell you, when you write a book, there is so much anxiety involved, at least there was for me. And so to have people enjoy the book is just literally the most amazing thing. The most amazing thing. I had no idea. Number one, total massive respect to any author of any kind. Writing a book is very, very hard. And so, I'm just honored to be able to help people in that format as well as this format, and in addition to CBT School and in my practice. What a joy. All right. Let's get to the show. Let's talk about the Common Roadblocks to Self-Compassion. Now, the first one is related to OCD. Like I said, if you don't have OCD, stay with me because the rest are really going to maybe resonate with you, but this one is very much hands down, was the number one roadblock people reported who have OCD to have a roadblock with self-compassion. 1. “I do not deserve self-compassion because of the content of my obsessions.” In the book, we go through each and every one of these in detail, but today I'm just gonna quickly knock each one of them out. So here we go. Your obsessions do not determine whether you are worthy or deserving of self-compassion. The minute you say that, you're giving too much importance to your thoughts, feelings, sensations, and urges. So the big thing to remember here is, your job is to have these obsessions and not respond to them as if they're important, and to practice taking care of yourself, whether you have them or not, that this idea that you're not deserving of them is completely false. In fact, we talk a lot about calculations in the workbook. Some people like we have these weird algebraic calculations where we go, me + obsessions = undeserving, or me + intrusive thoughts = I'm a bad person. I want you to keep an eye out for these little nuanced calculations that you have in your mind because they are dead wrong. Your thoughts are thoughts. Your feelings are feelings. Your sensations are sensations. You are not disqualified from being treated with respect and kindness because of them. 2. “I am not worthy of self-compassion because I have a mental illness.” Now in the book, we use a case study where we talk about this idea of stigma around mental illness. I really want to urge you, as I do in the book, to start to break this belief that there is anything wrong with you for struggling with a mental illness. We have to be the change here. We have to lead by example. If you have a mental illness and someone has shamed you, or you've experienced the stigma of that, your job is to be the change by treating yourself how you would treat anybody else who was struggling with a mental illness. And that would be with kindness and respect and care and nurturing. You're not disqualified, again, because you have a mental illness. There is nothing wrong with having a mental us. That doesn't mean you're less worthy, less valuable, less successful, less lovable. We have to break through all of those faulty beliefs we have around mental illness because it's no different to a medical illness. In my belief, the more you suffer, the more you tend to that suffering with kindness. It's not like, oh, well, some suffering is okay. We'll give some of my suffering kindness, but not the ones with mental illness because society has told me that there's something wrong with that, which is absolutely incorrect. 3. “I am too preoccupied with anxiety, panic, and uncertainty to practice self-compassion.” This is a common one, and I fall into this category as well. Sometimes when we're anxious, we rush too much, we speed along, we try to push it away, and we don't stop to go, “Wait, maybe I could be just kind. Maybe I could just be really gentle with myself while I feel anxious. Maybe I could slow down and tend to my anxiety.” Maybe that's the answer instead of trying to push it away or have it be gone, because that is the answer. 4. “It feels wrong to practice self-compassion.” Now, this is a really good definition of what we would call “emotional reasoning.” It goes under the cognitive distortion that, just because I feel it, it must be true. Now, just because things feel wrong doesn't actually mean they're wrong. It's often because you've been taught for many years based on society or your family about what's right and wrong, and we've never stopped to question, is that even true? Because it's not wrong to practice self-compassion. In fact, it's effective to practice self-compassion. It's helpful to practice self-compassion. We've already sort of declared you're worthy and deserving of practicing self-compassion. So your job is, even though it feels wrong, do it anyway. Do it anyway. It might feel awkward and weird to start with, do it anyway. It might feel bizarre and self-centered, do it anyway. That's what we want to do. 5. “Self-criticism and self-punishment are how I motivate myself.” Whoa, this one is so strong for some people. So many of my patients and clients have told me in the past, “If I don't beat myself up, I'm going to turn, you know, it's the only way I get myself to do things.” And I often say, “Okay, maybe that's true. It might work. You might find that self-punishment and self-criticism does motivate you. But is there possibly a more effective way? Is there possibly another way that you can motivate yourself? And yes, self-compassion can be used as a motivational force. Is there another way you could do it that actually doesn't create more problems?” In the book, one of the main concepts I talk about is compassionate responsibility, which is where you honor what your needs are, and sometimes that you do need to get things done. So you practice motivating yourself using what we call a kind coach voice instead of a critical voice. Both have the same outcome. Both are motivational. One tends to bring you down and the other one tends to cheer you on and make you feel empowered. Let's choose the latter. Let's choose the voice that says “You can do it. Keep going. You've got this. Keep trying. It's okay that you fell down. Just one minute at a time, get up and keep trying,” instead of the critical voice and the punishing behaviors and voices. 6. “What if self-compassion makes me lazy?” This goes together with the last one. A lot of people are afraid that if they're self-compassionate that they'll just become some sloth that doesn't do things and lets themselves go. I'm here to say, no. If that's what happens, that's not self-compassion anyway. Self-compassion is doing what you need to live a good life. It's not letting yourself off the hook all the time. Sometimes it can be to say, “You've had a rough day, it's time to rest.” But a lot of the time it's saying, “Yeah, you've got some hard things to do.” Let's be so gentle and so encouraging of you as you do those hard things. The whole phrase “It's a beautiful day to do hard things” is a self-compassionate statement. You just didn't know it yet. We didn't call it that, but that's what it is. The thing to remember here is, maybe you want to check your definition of lazy and weak. For me, this has been a huge part of my recovery, especially having a chronic illness and mental struggles. Is taking time off to rest really the definition of weak and lazy? No, it's just what human beings do. Humans need to rest so that they can restore themselves to go and do amazing hard things. Sometimes we're taught to believe that you should never rest, and you should never be lazy. And so you don't give yourself that basic need of restorative rest. So, so important. 7. “What if practicing self-compassion makes me snap or lose control?” Now, this is a big one, particularly for people with anxiety. This comes under the misconception that we must constantly brace ourselves for the worst. We must constantly be hypervigilant and hyper-aware of all the possible dangers. And so we have to constantly be scanning for danger, looking for danger, what's going on, what could go wrong. We know, number one, that that's compulsive in nature. It keeps you stuck in anxiety. But it also is a block, a roadblock to your ability to tend to your suffering, tend to the sensations that are uncomfortable, the feelings that bring pain to you. So an exposure, we want to actually practice not engaging in those hypervigilant behaviors and practice being uncertain on whether you will snap or not, or lose control or not, and just tolerate the uncertainty of that. Sometimes self-compassion is an exposure in and of itself because when you're practicing self-compassion, you're not engaging in those compulsive rituals that keep you stuck in that cycle. It's really, really cool that it can be both an emotionally intelligent behavior, but also be an exposure. It's like to bang for your buck, I guess. 8. “Practicing self-compassion makes me self-centered.” Now, we've had amazing guests on the podcast who have addressed this, but I will address it again. Being self-centered is not the definition of self-compassion. Self-centeredness is this idea that we're egotistical and everything has to be about me and so forth. What I have found in my own practice is, the more self-compassionate I am, the more I'm able to tend to other people's needs and be aware of other people's struggles and difficulties because I'm connected to my suffering. The more I am aware and meet my suffering, the more I can acknowledge and be in relation with other people when they're suffering. I can sit with them and go, “Yes, me too.” I can tend to their pain without having to make it about me because I'm there for myself. I don't need other people to make it about me anymore because I have already tended to my needs. I have unconditionally been there for myself, so I can be there for other people. It's so, so important. So that is the top 8. In the workbook, I have room for others. There's lines where you could add your own and you might find you have your own roadblocks. They are valid too. Identify them and keep an eye on them. The main work here is once you catch them, and you know they're happening, you can then move on to dismiss them and correct them and move towards tending to your discomfort, being kind while you ride the waves of uncertainty and anxiety and discomfort. It's so, so important. It's so, so important. Let me go right to the top. You deserve this. YOU. Yes, you. I'm talking directly to you. I'm looking you right in the eye. I'm going to conclude this episode by saying YOU DESERVE SELF-COMPASSION. You are valuable. Your pain matters. You deserve kindness and respect and tenderness in your suffering. Your suffering is important. It's not irrelevant. It's not silly. It's not childish. It's important. You deserve to tend to that kindly. I'm talking to you right now. I hope you're listening. All right, folks sending you so much love. I hope that you're finding this Self-Compassion Challenge helpful. Continue to follow on the lives on Instagram. That's where we're doing tons of live work. Continue to look at the emails. If you're not signed up for the newsletter, please do. You can go to cbtschool.com and click on Resources and we can sign you up there. Or you can click on the show notes, we have links there where you can sign up and you will get all the challenges that you need for each day and each week. They're Monday through Friday, we take the weekends off because that's the self-compassionate thing to do. All my love to you. Really go and be gentle. Go and be kind. Go and honor and respect your own experience. It's so important. I'll talk to you soon.
The Manifest Episode #70: Choosing & Practicing New Beliefs Hey, there manifestor! Do you have a belief plan? That is: a plan to choose and integrate your beliefs so that they become second nature? Do not leave this to chance because it just won't happen. If you're serious about what you want, then you need to put some time into shifting your mind to match what you want. Luckily, today's training is here to help you do that! So dive on into it: In This Episode: + Find out why beliefs are so essential for manifestation + Learn a simple process to find the right beliefs for your desires + Start practicing your new beliefs today! + Much more -------------------------------- Welcome to The Manifest! A Podcast For Spiritual Rebels | Hosted by Jenn Stevens: Bestselling Author of The Mindful Witch, Spiritual Life & Business Coach & creator of The Aligned Life -------------------------------- ABOUT JENN A few years ago, I hit my rock-bottom. I lost my partner, my business and my home overnight, and ended up living in my parents' basement. It was my lowest moment--but one that ultimately reunited me with my own power and potential as a Conscious Creator. These days, I'm a Bestselling Author and Spiritual Life & Business Coach living my dream life, in Berlin, Germany. Shifting my mindset transformed my world! And now I'm here to help you to the same. The Aligned Life is where I help thousands of smart people (just like you!) ditch their fears & limitations so they can manifest their dream life & business. Welcome dear Conscious Creator! I'm so happy to have you here. -------------------------------- SHOW NOTES: https://www.themanifest.co/70/ THE MANIFEST: https://www.themanifest.co/podcast/ FREE MANIFESTATION PLANNER: https://www.thealignedlife.co/free-manifestation-planner/ JOIN RECODE: https://alignedlife.teachable.com/p/recode/
On today's episode we're joined by a number of special guests: Dr. Christopher Booth and Dr. Adam Fundytus of Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, Dr. Manju Sengar of the Tata Memorial Centre, and Dr. Aaron Goodman of the University of California at San Diego. We talk about their new papers: "Access to cancer medicines deemed essential by oncologists in 82 countries: an international, cross-sectional survey", "Practicing on the edge of oncology: when standard of care feels uncomfortable", and "Has the Current Oncology Value Paradigm Forgotten Patients' Time? Too Little of a Good Thing". Cancer Medicines: doi.org/10.1016/S1470-2045(21)00463-0 Edge of Oncology: doi.org/10.1038/s41571-021-00550-9 Value Paradigm: doi.org/10.1001/jamaoncol.2021.3600 Back us on Patreon! www.patreon.com/plenarysession Check out our YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/channel/UCUibd0E2kdF9N9e-EmIbUew
https://youtu.be/baPXDveUOFI Larry Long Jr is the Director of Collegiate Sales at Teamworks. He is also the Founder and CEO of Larry Long Jr LLC, which focuses on sales motivation, inspiration, training & coaching, and the host of the ‘Midweek Midday Motivational Minute'. Larry is an experienced sales leader with a demonstrated history of success in SaaS sales. He is extremely passionate about coaching, and helping professionals take their game to the 'next level'. Larry brings a unique perspective to the table and understands many of the challenges faced by sales professionals. His areas of experience include Sales Training, Team Development, Leadership, & Motivation within organizations of all stages (start-up to publicly traded). Practicing what he preaches, Larry continuously seeks opportunities to learn & grow. Contact Info email@example.com Social Handles / Web Links LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/longjr7/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/larrylongjr YouTube: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCtHsbn_-WhhtnEtCksm-UhA/videos?flow=grid&sort=p&view=0 Welcome to The Lyon Show Do you want a 1 on 1 meeting with Robert Lyon to help you achieve your goals - Book a Consultaion - https://go.oncehub.com/1on1ValueBombMeeting https://linktr.ee/lyonshow Donate To Help Save The Earth - http://saveearthproject.com Check Out Our Website - http://thelyonshow.com Check Out The Podcast - http://lyonshow.com Wanna JV a DEAL? Send it to - firstname.lastname@example.org ------------------------------------------------------------------------- USE COUPON CODE "LYON" ON BATCHLEADS AND GET 50% OFF! Use Batchleads for Skip tracing and Text Blasting http://www.batchleads.io?deal=6l98i -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Use Batchdialer For Cold Calling https://www.batchdialer.com?fpr=robert-59 ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Join Our Free Facebook Group - http://www.facebook.com/groups/thelyonshow/ Check Us Out On TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@thelyonshow?lang=en Don't Click This - https://www.youtube.com/c/thelyonshow?sub_confirmation=1
You have probably heard about IQ before. You may even have taken some free online quiz that promises to reveal how smart you are compared to Albert Einstein or Stephen Hawking. So, exactly what is IQ? How is it measured? And does it really matter? That's what I'm going to chat with Tom Corley about in today's Rich Habits Poor Habits podcast. And you'll be pleased to learn that your IQ or your intelligence isn't fixed. There are things you can do to increase it and other things that you may be doing that could decrease it. Let's start with a quick disclaimer… Having a lower IQ doesn't mean a person is unable to have a high quality, successful life, and vice versa. Most people have the capacity to learn regardless of their intelligence quotient score. However, some are simply able to learn more quickly or more easily than others. Some people may struggle in one area and have a weakness in one or more types of intelligence while they're very successful in other areas. I love Albert Einstein's famous quote when he said: Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid. Can You Really Increase Your IQ? There's science behind the idea that you can grow your IQ. Certain activities that force your brain to work can increase the number of dendrites your brain cells produce, as well as the number of branches on the axon trunk. Activities that grow your IQ include: Exercise, particularly aerobic exercise Learning activities (auditory, kinetic, tactile, and visual) Practicing existing skills Novel activities Traveling Learning something new Activities that decrease your IQ include: Watching TV Not reading Scrolling social media Sleeping too much Inactivity Wasting time Being close-minded It's easier to increase your IQ when you're younger, and it's more difficult as you get older. However, it is definitely possible even as you get older. It's really your habits that determine your genetics. Links and Resources: Tom Corley - Rich Habits Michael Yardney - Metropole Get your own copy of our international bestseller Rich Habits Poor Habits Get the team at Metropole to help build your personal Strategic Property Plan Click here and have a chat with us Shownotes plus more here: Yes, it's true! Here's how you can improve your IQ | Rich Habits, Poor Habits with Tom Corley Some of our favourite quotes from the show: “It's not really a competition with other people, how you compare. We don't want to do it that way.” –Michael Yardney “Your IQ isn't fixed at birth, and it's really your habits, not your genetics, that are going to determine your intelligence.” – Michael Yardney “Nothing's as painful as being stuck where you don't belong.” – Michael Yardney PLEASE LEAVE US A REVIEW Reviews are hugely important to me because they help new people discover this podcast. If you enjoyed listening to this episode, please leave a review on iTunes - it's your way of passing the message forward to others and saying thank you to me. Here's how.
Practicing connection has the power to provide a structure of stability and support and inspire creativity and growth - it creates a space to belong. In this episode, Amanda Hanzlik explores the power of connection and offers suggestions for how to create a space where all students belong and connect - to themselves, the group, and the world. Learn more about Amanda Hanzlik: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1xPLTV3SP3hHKI3k-nklAWrWt7-BedXAtxVmsKwaVV10/edit?usp=sharing Connect with state, regional or national ACDA: www.ctacda.netwww.ACDA.org Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/B7JTz4e-5AI **Show music originally written by Mr. Todd Monsell**Show photography provided by Dr. Dan Biggerstaff
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WE ARE BACK!!! Season 3 of Real Beauty with FD... Kicking off the season I am joined by the inspiring Rob Mack. Rob helps individuals, couples and organizations achieve an energizing balance of authentic personal happiness and effortless professional success, based on ivy-league science & transcendental wisdom. His work has been featured on Oprah, Vanessa Williams and many others, he has been seen on Good Morning America, The Today Show, Access Hollywood, E! and more! Rob's first book 'happiness from the inside out: the art and science of fulfillment' is out now! You can go follow him on Instagram under: @robmackofficial Thanks for listening, hit me up at @choosandfashiondoos
Welcome to JazzPianoSkills; it's time to discover, learn, and play Jazz Piano!Every JazzPianoSkills weekly podcast episode introduces aspiring jazz pianists to essential Jazz Piano Skills. Each Podcast episode explores a specific Jazz Piano Skill in depth. Today you will discover, learn, play with special guest, Josh Walsh. In this Jazz Piano Lesson you will:DiscoverJosh Walsh, Jazz Pianist, Educator, and EntrepreneurLearnAbout Josh's musical journey from being the founder and CEO of The Refinery (an e-commerce consultancy) to launching a Jazz Education WebSite Jazz-Library.comPlayVarious practice approaches used by Josh Walsh to discover, learn and play jazz pianoEducational SupportCommunity ForumSpeakPipeVisit JazzPianoSkills for more educational resources that include a sequential curriculum with interactive Jazz Piano Courses, private and group online Jazz Piano Classes, and a private jazz piano community Jazz Piano Forums.If you wish to support JazzPianoSkills with a donation you can do so easily through the JazzPianoSkills Paypal Account.Thank you for being a JazzPianoSkills listener. It is my pleasure to help you discover, learn, and play jazz piano!Warm Regards,Dr. Bob LawrenceJazzPianoSkills.comSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=ZZEBGDF38VFNS)
Everyday you have the chance to show up for yourself, your family and your community in a myriad of ways. On hard days, showing up feels nearly impossible. Heck, some days it is impossible. As we endure the most relentless of seasons, there are a number of ways you can show up, one small step at a time - to keep up your drive, your sense of self, and a bit of momentum. Showing up in small ways over a long period of time makes a really big difference in the entire trajectory of your life. How do I know this?? Because I'm the poster child for showing up in small ways one million times over again. It's what I do. It's how I built an award winning fitness business. It's how I built this podcast (that's nearing 600 episodes), it's how I kept going when infertility felt like it would win over and over again. Showing up doesn't have to be a big production. It can be small, simple steps that keep you moving forward just a bit at a time - enough to help you see that you are actually moving forward. In this episode, I share 7 simple ways you can show up for your life. Practicing any one of these will have great impact over time. Let's keep showing up, my friends. Link mentioned: Join Traci and me for Traci's virtual book launch on October 20th: Social Justice
M.E. Heald graduated 2006 with a double major in Criminal Justice and Psychology, and in 2010 with a masters in Criminal Justice specific to gangs and youth offenders. She has worked all over the place, including food service, sales, a few years as a promotional and advertising model, a year as a Miller Light Gal, she has also been an advocate at a sexual assault center and has spent the last 7 years as a corrections officer, the last 9 as a case manager. She trains new staff in self-defense, control tactics, crisis intervention, motivational interviewing, scenario-based trainings, conflict management, negotiations and more. In this episode, M.E. Heald and I discuss: Practicing situational awareness Understanding the criminal mind Crisis intervention and negotiations Safety tips to use when travelling Key Takeaways: Be aware and listen to your gut - it will save you from a lot of trouble. Understanding the criminal mind will help you keep yourself safe and be one step ahead of predators. People are complicated, there are a lot of things that happen that make people who they are - choices they made and choices that were made upon them. Give people a way out, if it's an option, when intervening in a crisis and you might get to them more effectively. "Know your surroundings, know your go-to places, let the people you trust know where you're going, know who you're with" — M.E. Heald Connect with M.E. Heald: Website: https://500rising.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mheald10/?hl=en CONNECT WITH CYNTHIA: If you'd like to chat with Cynthia, sign up for your Personal Safety Preparedness Consultation with her today! Remember to subscribe to "Born to Be A Badass" so that you don't miss a single episode, and join us in the "Born to Be A Badass Collective" group on Facebook. While you're at it, won't you take a moment to write a short review and rate our show? It would be greatly appreciated! If you work in the self-defense world, are a survivor, a healer or otherwise BADASS woman and you would like to be interviewed by Cynthia, reach out at email@example.com To learn more about previous guests, listen to past episodes, and get to know your host, go to Apple Podcasts or here. Connect with me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Linkedin
All of us come into the choice point of our lives, but in order to be sustainable we need to find the root cause. Most of the wounds that we have originates from our childhood experiences and there's that inner child in us that wants to get out and wants to be seen and heard. Wonderful and full of insightful conversation here of Patricia with Susan Burrell, an intuitive healer and spiritual guide in the crossroads of life, in this episode of Live Your Dreams Awake. She talks about the new era of Light Leaders that is shaking the world now and so much more. Don't miss this episode and be sure to listen all the way to the end. REMEMBER - "If you are advising someone something, listen to what you are telling them because you often need that advice yourself." This week's tip is to repair or remove broken items from your home. Take an inventory of anything that's broken in your home. This is depleting, your energy is broken, so it is not enhancing your home. It's time to let go of anything that you haven't fixed in the last six months, or go get it repaired. Otherwise, it's time to say goodbye. HIGHLIGHTS OF WHAT WE COVER DURING THIS EPISODE: The background of Susan Burrell and her journey growing up The Freeing, the awakening of self and having the courage to take the road less travelled A brand new paradigm called ”The Divine Feminine Energy” The new form of leadership from the Light Leaders What the physical body needs is the deep inner dive to heal the physical body of the wounding Practicing what you preach LINKS & RESOURCES: Book mentioned by Patricia: The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma by Bessel van der Kolk M.D. https://www.amazon.com/Body-Keeps-Score-Healing-Trauma/dp/0143127748 Book by Susan Burrell: Live an Empowered Life! A 30-Day Journey Book https://www.amazon.com/Live-Empowered-Life-30-Day-Journey/dp/1733033505 Guided Meditation by Susan Burrell: uploaded at Insight Timer app https://insighttimer.com/ Free gift: Meditation called Out of the Box Thinking https://www.susanburrell.com/free-gift-meditation CONNECT WITH SUSAN BURRELL: Website: https://www.susanburrell.com/ Podcast: Empowering Chats with Susan Burrell https://www.susanburrell.com/podcasts CONNECT WITH PATRICIA: Pop-Up Powerhouse Party Instagram YouTube Website Twitter QUOTES: "I was tired of not being seen and heard and so I worked diligently with all my different spiritual skill sets to really develop my self-esteem."- Susan Burrell "It does free you, if you stay awake, if you stay conscious, if you tell yourself and source energy, the universe, whatever you call a Higher Power, I'm ready to change."- Susan Burrell "It is important to have a circle of support with you because we are in the beginning of a brand new paradigm that the entire group of humanity has not seen in centuries."- Susan Burrell "It is important to really find your truth with love and speak it out."- Susan Burrell "The physical develops diseases and things because of the mental and the emotional."- Susan Burrell "I teach what I've already learned or what I am currently in the process of learning."- Susan Burrell "If you are advising someone something, listen to what you are telling them because you often need that advice yourself."- Patricia
In this episode, Kimberly and Richard discuss yoga, spiritual teachings, finding balance within, honoring lineages and history, and community-focused practices versus individualized ones. They discuss the impact of the pandemic on various communities such as the yoga community, acknowledging our shadow selves, and turning our individual yoga and spiritual practices to tangible ways to support and better communities and our world. This episode is rich with Richard's wisdom and understandings of various yogic, Hindu, and Buddhist teachings and principles, his experiences traveling and learning about these lineages, and philosophies for balancing our inner and outer selves to ultimately benefit others. Bio Richard Freeman has been practicing yoga since 1968. He has taught yoga and trained yogas all over the world. His work joins together a vast array of teachings and perspectives, in keeping with the richness of this ancient tradition. You can find more information on Richard's teachings on his website. What He Shares: --Impact of pandemic --Fracturing in yoga communities --Acknowledging and finding balance between our shadow and light selves --Understanding histories and lineages in ancient traditions and practices --Teacher/student power-issues in yoga --Contributing to social good through individual practice What You'll Hear: --Fracturing in yoga community over pandemic --Predispositions toward polarity and fundamentalism --Opposing groups coming together over common enemy --Dealing with unknown and uncomfortable not knowing regarding pandemic --Finding common ground when understand the “other” --Pratipaksha the other wing, bhavana (contemplate the other wing) --Different obstacles where one wing is associated with heavy emotions and cause suffering, contemplate opposite wing of emotion --Practice which visualizes the other in order to cultivate empathy and understanding --Applicable for serious and miniscule problems --Mind slips anything into ego-centered --Not hurting others or yourself --Shadow sides can be projected out or not recognized within oneself --Acknowledging not suppressing shadow potential of own minds --Many yoga/spiritual practices avoid this intellectual honesty --Feel negative emotions in context with other social support to hold and observe --Embody it in a way that doesn't destroy you or others --Discerning intuition, multiple realities, and fundamentalism --Being open to feedback --Balancing and feeling the middle path physically and intellectually --Experimenting physical practice with intellectual/interior life --Impact of social media on brain/mind/energetic system overall --Some social media beneficial in yoga world --Ego/mind are creative and can be used for good or destruction --Social media fast-paced, scary, and mind-blowing --Done in context of ancient historical traditions of insight done slowly over thousands of years --Benefits of social media for community --Convenience and pace of convenience are part of issues regarding community, climate, etc. --Describes time in India through Middle East and Europe during 1970s --Similarities in people of different religions and traditions --Importance of understanding history in religious traditions around the world --Appropriation versus appreciation through understanding history, honoring lineage, and humility --Dynamic of teacher/student relationship in yoga --Discerning teachers, practices, and other aspects of yoga within commodification --Finding the true Teacher (Beloved) in the heart --Many teachers are attracted to power of being the expert --Good teacher encourages you to stay open minded --Epidemic of problem teachers in yoga and spiritual traditions --Hindu teachings on discernment principles --Two-wing image, supportive of each-other, because of intelligence as one --Patterns of immediate sensation giving birth to story lines and labels --Under-pinnings of practice individual work not necessarily impacting the collective --Practicing for self-improvement or for community improvement --Conceding comfort for tangible benefit of other people --Individual practice branching out to ever-expanding environments --Chant together Resources Website: https://www.richardfreemanyoga.com/
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In this episode of By Any Means Necessary, hosts Sean Blackmon and Jacquie Luqman are joined by Ryan Cooper, National Correspondent for The Week magazine, and cohost & producer of LeftAnchor podcast to discuss findings from the Senate Judiciary Committee report on the January 6th attack on the Capitol, including former President Donald Trump's attempts to overturn the election by staging a coup at the Department of Justice, how many of the people willing to go along with Trump's coup attempt dominate the Republican establishment and the threat that poses in the future, and whether the Democrats are able to combat that threat in 2022 and 2024.In the second segment, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Dr. Rabab Abdulhadi, Director and Senior Scholar, Arab and Muslim Ethnicities and Diasporas Studies, San Francisco State University to discuss efforts to censor the voices of Palestinians and people who support the liberation of Palestine by Zoom and San Francisco State University, the censorship of the Arab and Muslim Ethnicities and Diaspora Studies program, and the threat to academic freedom that these incidents highlight.In the third segment, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Nate Wallace, co-host of Red Spin Sports to discuss the indictment of 18 former NBA players in a health insurance fraud scheme, the broader systemic scam that is private health insurance, the damage that players' bodies experience as a result of playing professional basketball, and the Fair Play movement that opposes the exploitation of Minor League Baseball players.Later in the show, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Claudia De La Cruz, Director of Culture for The People's Forum to discuss the pandemic's outsized effect on children and how that reflects the capitalist system's ill treatment of poor and working people in many different areas, how the pandemic exacerbates the scourge of patriarchy amid attacks on the right to make reproductive choices and the longstanding oppression of women under capitalism, and the spiritual aspects of the coming struggle.
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Today's guest on the show is Rachel Breton, a sports psychologist, MLS videographer, professional soccer player, and true master of all trades. Through her work, she shows us what it truly means to be the best version of yourself daily. That's a true Forever Athlete approach to life isn't it? Rachel and I are working on an upcoming book project that will be published in the coming months, Forever Athlete: How to Tap Into Your True Identity Daily. Today, Rachel shares what she's done to find meaning beyond the pitch and live into her best self. It's a powerful one, we discuss everything from Whoop trends to sports psych practices. If you're curious to learn more about the book project, Whoop, or anything else going on, text 301-747-0718 and we got you. A quick reminder you can call in questions as well via that same number, again 301-747-0718. We Cover These Topics Today: - Holding ourselves accountable I/we/me - Making it a positive and giving back - Finding our own success - Meditation and getting thru - Finding Balance - Hunger for Knowledge - Yes' and No's - Practicing what you preach --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cory-camp/message
Let's practice using all our new Spanish vocabulary! We'll use some real-life Spanish sentences to see how these words integrate in Spanish conversation. Want FREE access to all of our learning materials, including videos, dialogues, and quizzes? Head over to www.spanishinonemonth.com. Follow us on Instagram @acceleratedspanish for daily Spanish translation practice and other learning tools. For additional resources beyond the 12 free Spanish lessons mentioned above, visit us on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC71luKNIbkqQ1PBisxKEyEw
As humans, we are all wired for connection and to feel like we belong. No one, even the biggest introvert on the planet, doesn't want to feel connected with others. But many of us find there is a gap between the connection we crave and the way we experience our relationships. We might have a loving marriage, a thousand Facebook friends, and a busy social calendar but something still feels empty. That's because to truly connect at a deep level, we have to get real and vulnerable with each other...and vulnerability is scary! Few of us really “go there” in our relationships, and this leaves us wanting something more. But like anything else, vulnerability is a practice. It's something we can all work to grow in our lives and start getting the relationships we really want. In this episode, I'm sharing with you the benefits of vulnerability, how to find safe people to practice vulnerability with, and the steps you can take to grow vulnerability and connection in your relationships. Listen to discover: What vulnerability is Why vulnerability is a strength The benefits of vulnerability When to be vulnerable and when not to be vulnerable Scripts for practicing vulnerability in relationships If vulnerability still feels a bit scary, that's ok! Practicing vulnerability is all about taking baby steps and increasing your comfort level with sharing with others. And as you begin to lead with vulnerability, you will automatically invite others to be vulnerable with you, building deeper connections and transforming your relationships! “When we start sharing on that level, we have the potential and the ability to then connect with others on that level.” - Michelle Chalfant “The deeper I can go within myself and get in touch with what's going on inside myself, the deeper relationships I can have outside of self.” - Michelle Chalfant “As a good friend, it's my job to mirror for her what's going on.” - Michelle Chalfant “Vulnerability fosters intimacy.” - Michelle Chalfant “When we are vulnerable, there's compassion for who we are.” - Michelle Chalfant “Humans are wired for connection and the feeling of belonging. Being vulnerable with another human being creates exactly that.” - Michelle Chalfant LINKS & RESOURCES 30-Day Journaling Challenge - Sign Up Now (starts in November) https://theadultchair.com/30days/ TAC Circles® https://theadultchair.com/taccircles/ P&G Hair Food https://hairfood.com/ Or find at Bed Bath & Beyond, Amazon, Target or Walmart MORE ADULT CHAIR The Adult Chair® Website https://theadultchair.com The Adult Chair® Membership https://theadultchair.com/membership/ The Adult Chair® Workshop https://theadultchair.com/events/ The Adult Chair® Coaching Certification https://theadultchair.com/certification TAC Circles® https://theadultchair.com/taccircles/ STAY CONNECTED Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/michelle.chalfant Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MichelleChalfantFanPage/ The Adult Chair® Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/theadultchair/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/Michellechalfant
How To Practice Radical Acceptance In All Areas Of Life | This episode is brought to you by BiOptimizers, MitoPure, and Athletic GreensIt can be really scary to be alone with ourselves and our thoughts. The stories that keep us suffering can sometimes get louder than ever when we aren't embracing distraction, and we usually try to push them away. But what can help break this pattern is to stop being at war with the moment, just letting our feelings be without buying into the beliefs that come with them. This is one part of the process of radical acceptance, a topic I was excited to dive into today with the one and only Tara Brach. Tara Brach holds a PhD in clinical psychology and teaches meditation internationally. Founder of the Insight Meditation Community of Washington, DC (IMCW), Tara is the author of the bestsellers Radical Acceptance, Radical Compassion, True Refuge, and her new book, Trusting the Gold. Tara's weekly podcasts are downloaded over two million times each month. This episode is brought to you by BiOptimizers, MitoPure, and Athletic Greens. You can try BiOptimizers Magnesium Breakthrough for 10% off by going to magbreakthrough.com/hyman and using the code HYMAN10. For a limited time, BiOptimizers is also giving away free bottles of their bestselling products P3OM and Masszymes with select purchases. MitoPure, from TimeLine Nutrition, regenerates mitochondria and supports cellular energy production. Right now, you can get 10% off MitoPure, which comes in a capsule, powder, or protein blend, at timelinenutrition.com/drhyman.Right now, Athletic Greens is offering my listeners 10 free travel packs of AG1 when you make your first purchase. Just go to athleticgreens.com/hyman to take advantage of this great offer.Here are more of the details from our interview: How suffering and “the trance of unworthiness” led Tara to mindfulness (6:14)The power that cultural conditioning has over our thoughts and beliefs (12:37)The type of beliefs that cause the most suffering (18:41)Practicing radical acceptance of what is, without buying into thoughts and beliefs about what is (19:52)Accepting and facing the fear of pausing to sit with what is (31:28)Changing our brains, minds, hearts, and consciousness through the practice of RAIN (38:58)The pervasiveness of disassociation, trauma, and PTSD in our society and how we can move through it to come back to our body and access our wholeness (49:10)The greatest gift we can give to each other (1:04:10)Practicing radical acceptance in the context of a troubled and divisive world (1:08:01)Learn more about Tara Brach at https://www.tarabrach.com/ and on Facebook @tarabrach, on Instagram @tarabrach, and on Twitter @tarabrach.Get your copy of Trusting the Gold: Uncovering Your Natural Goodness athttps://www.amazon.com/Trusting-Gold-Uncovering-Natural-Goodness/dp/1683647130/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.