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Join Lara for a conversation with Lynn Schulte, PT, founder of the Institute for Birth Healing and pelvic health physical therapist. Her specialty is helping women have an easier birth by preparing their body for birth and helping them recover more completely after birth. Using energetic techniques of craniosacral therapy and visceral manipulation, Lynne helps clients to find the real issue causing their problems. As a physical therapist for over 30 years and a Women's health specialist for more than half of that she brings a lot of experience and wisdom to her offerings and to this discussion.In this episode, you'll learn about:1. The importance of the pelvis and pelvic floor muscles.2. Discovering patterns in the postpartum pelvis.3. The “open birthing pattern” - and how it can lead to issues after birth for the mother. 4. How to resolve symptoms from the open birthing pattern and ways for healthcare and wellness practitioners to learn these strategies.5. How to massage your C-section scar. 6. How birth can result in trauma. To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: lytyoga.com/blog/category/podcasts/Guest Resources:Website - instituteforbirthhealing.com/YouTube - youtube.com/@instituteforbirthhealing-l520How to Massage Your C-Section Scar video - https://youtu.be/p-VfUJ6JcWoInstagram - @instituteforbirthhealingFacebook - facebook.com/InstituteForBirthHealingConnect with Lara Heimann, The Redefining Yoga Podcast, and LYT Yoga:Lara Heimann Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/lara.heimann/ Redefining Yoga Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/redefiningyogapodcast/ LYT Yoga Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/lytyogamethod/Sponsors:Visit relationshipschool.com/lara to get 50% off your first month of relationship coaching.Visit herbalfacefood.com and use code Lara20 for 20% off! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In her latest book, Free and Fully Alive: Reclaiming the Story of Who You Were Created to Be, popular faith-leader, speaker, and certified life coach Karrie Garcia shares something most Christians can identify: “I was taught that God wants us to live freely, but I never understood what that kind of freedom meant or felt like. It seemed like a good idea in theory, but elusive—I had no idea how to grab hold of it.” In Free and Fully Alive, Karrie draws on her own experiences and expertise to create a dynamic, practical guide for readers to learn how to embrace their past and discover a deeper connection to themselves, God, and others. What is the difference between being free versus being free AND fully alive? What's the first step someone needs to take to embrace his/her story – and why is it so crucial? How does understanding trauma help us understand sin and brokenness? Why do we need to lament our places of wounding? Though it's difficult—as you note—why is it necessary to talk about the Enemy? How does he use isolation, doubt, and chaos to trap us? How can you determine if you're caught in a “cycle of false freedom”? What's the harm in these often benign behaviors? What are some biblical references that underscore the power of invitation?
Finding success in overcoming pornography, you can be so difficult for many people because they don't know the best way to approach it. It can feel so discouraging and isolating going through this journey, which is why, I wanted to share a success story to help not only give you hope, but for you to also hear the specific things that have been working for men to find freedom. In this episode, I interview Kevin who went through my program a few months ago and he wanted to come back and share with him some of his biggest takeaways in hopes that you can apply the same tools in your life and see progress. In this episode, we talk about the things that he tried in the past that never worked for him, and what he started to do instead, which is where he had a breakthrough. He shared his most effective strategy to deal with triggers, so they don't linger. And as a side benefit, it strengthened his relationship at the same time. He also had a big success in working through his negative beliefs about himself, and he shares with you a couple of the ways that he did that. Tune in to hear all of this and more, and leave, feeling more hopeful about the possibility of you overcoming this as well. For therapy with Sam: Send an email here to get more information – email@example.com Follow Me on Instagram for daily tips and tools you can implement to overcome pornography addiction Join the free, private men's Facebook community here for Q&As, live trainings, tools, and support: https://www.facebook.com/groups/toolstoquit Want access to a free course I created for my podcast listeners? Simply go to www.coupleshealing.org and in the course you'll learn some top strategies to find healing from addiction and trauma, rebuild trust, experience freedom, and begin to reconnect with each other in the relationship.
Are your digital devices controlling your life? It's time to discover the power of knowledge stacking, self-forgiveness, and setting digital boundaries to regain control. Our candid conversation delves into the concept of knowledge stacking, drawing from two insightful books, ‘Think Like a Monk' by Jay Shetty and ‘Mantra on the Map' from a yoga meditation event. As entrepreneurs, we know the challenge of balancing digital demands with the need for rejuvenation. Let's explore how you can create a healthier balance.As we navigate through digital overload, we find solace in yoga, meditation, and self-reflection. Learn from our recent workshop experience, where we discovered the art of uninterrupted thought, the value of love, and the power of self-forgiveness. We delve into the spiritual and scientific aspects of forgiveness, highlighting how being kind to ourselves can boost our resilience against digital stress. Finally, we underline the significance of setting digital boundaries and forming consistent routines. Let's explore simple yet profound daily practices, such as meditation, reflection, and conscious consumption, to give you more command over your digital life. We'll also emphasize the fundamental role of sleep and exercise, often overlooked in our screen-dominated lives. So, plug in your headphones, and let's unlock the secrets of a healthier, balanced digital life.Support the showCheck us out and send us a message on our instagram, Tik Tok and Youtube platforms @the.needle.moverswww.theneedlemovers.xyz
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You have exactly the time you need to focus. If you're an entrepreneur, you're probably familiar with hustle culture. You've probably even been sucked into that place of hustle - doing all the things all at once with little to no rest, hoping for extraordinary results. Oftentimes, only find fatigue, burnout, and wondering where we've gone wrong. What if instead of hustling harder, we focused more? What if it's not about getting more done? What if we actually did less, but did it better? These are the questions posed by Megan Flatt in her new book, Focused: Reclaim Your Time, Ditch Overwhelm, and Do Less Better. Megan is a dear friend, client, and collaborator of mine that I'm thrilled to introduce you to. She is a business growth strategist who's on a mission to make the entrepreneurial journey a whole lot easier! Megan firmly believes in having it all—a thriving business, a tight-knit community, and a well-rounded life. And guess what? She knows that the secret isn't about having more time; it's about having more focus. Her book is all about showing you how to be more impactful in your work, relationships, and day-to-day actions while celebrating your wins. This episode is full of strategies and practical tips to apply today to deepen your focus to make a bigger impact by doing less. As always, I want to know your thoughts on everything we're talking about in this episode. Be sure to leave a comment or head over to Instagram to let me know. In this Episode: What leads to burnout Time vs. To-do list: impact > busy What actually belongs on your to-do list? Strategies to find your focus Connect with Megan focus-sessions.com letscollective.co @focussessions.
Today I'm joined by Lisa of the beautiful platform the Bare Female, whose work is rooted in Yoga, somatics and feminine embodiment. I am a massive fan of her membership and her Yoga work in general, so you can image how excited I am to share this episode with you! In this episode, Lisa & I talk about: 1. What feminine embodiment & sensual Yoga actually mean - and how simple that gets to be (!) 2. What it's like building a business and brand around something that can be a little 'out there' 3. The importance of returning to your inner knowing - and how Lisa has done that throughout her own life It's continues to blow my mind (even though it's happened a fair few times on this pod and within our community already!) that so many of us walk such a similar, inspiring path of life - and that we can be very no-BS about our spirituality & empowerment. I hope you can appreciate that from our conversation too! ~ Find out more about Lisa's offerings (thebarefemale.com) and follow her on Instagram (@the.bare.female) ~ Let's hang out on Instagram (@thespiritualfem), send me an email with your thoughts (firstname.lastname@example.org) and click around on the website for all the current offerings ~ The Spiritual Feminist is an online platform and a welcoming space for women who'd like to dive deeper into spirituality and female empowerment. This podcast is about exploring a deeper connection within ourselves and with everything around us. ~ Nothing is missing, you are already whole. Everything you need, you already carry within you.
Did you know that one of the key ways we experience spiritual warfare is in the fight for our identity in Christ? The enemy works very hard to distract us by convincing us to find identity in other places or things and, in that way, he steals our identity. If you've ever felt caught up in being recognized for your looks or size, you may have experienced it! Grounded in biblical truths, today's episode explores the dangers of attaching our identity to external factors, and the culture's push for us to have more pride as the 'solution' to our struggles. We also discuss self-love versus self-denial and question whether or not the hot topic of self-love is compatible with Christian beliefs. Hear practical advice on how shifting our focus from self-centeredness and comparison to genuine love, appreciation, and gratitude for what God has done for us can unlock genuine and lasting freedom. We also discuss the battle to love others as ourselves as one of biggest way we experience the challenges of walking in the spirit, daily! Are you ready to get free this Fall? Sign up for the new Body Image Freedom Framework online course and coaching program here: https://www.improvebodyimage.com/christian-body-image-course-coaching Interested in the Fearfully Made conference in Dallas? Learn more here: in-his-image-body-image-conference-for-teen-girls-and-women-2023 Discover more Christian podcasts at lifeaudio.com and inquire about advertising opportunities at lifeaudio.com/contact-us.
In today's episode, we give you a unit from GOV 100 of COS University, an educational online platform for COS supporters. Convention of States co-founder and Senior Advisor Michael Farris shares how the Constitution empowers We the People to reclaim our country from the corrupt powerbrokers in D.C. You can take the full course for free by going to www.cosuniversity.com.
Today I discuss the importance of following our joy, living for our legacy and embodying the full spectrum of who we're here to be in the world. I share my personal journey in courageously transforming aspects of my identity and starting to embrace my psychic gifts. We dive into the power of self-awareness and presence in living a fulfilling life and creating a successful and sustainable business, deepening your capacity to trust yourself, and the importance of learning to liberate your self expression to be seen as you shine in your unique brilliance. I also introduce an aspect of my vision, AROARA, which represents the dawn of embodied expression and light. In This Episode: 0:00:08 | Stepping into a new chapter and embracing transformation 0:03:52 | Importance of self-awareness and presence 0:06:19 | Embracing the full spectrum of the human experience 0:08:11 | Rebranding and the journey of AROARA 0:11:19 | Trusting the path and responding to life 0:14:58 | Reclaiming self-trust and embracing the bigger vision 0:16:37 | Introducing the vision of AROARA 0:18:10 | The honor and privilege of facilitating impactful work 0:20:58 | Overcoming limiting beliefs and embracing my magic 0:22:22 | Importance of shining unapologetically and empowering others 0:23:44 | Experiencing synchronistic manifestations and embracing desires 0:25:33 | Channeling psychic gifts through a ceremonial tattoo experience 0:29:40 | Client testimonial of her experience of my psychic gifts 0:33:42 | Recognizing the wisdom of my younger self 0:34:15 | Healing and transformational path as a spiral 0:38:20 | Immeasurable capacity to change our lives and create magic 0:39:42 | Radical self-responsibility and trusting the journey 0:41:12 | Awakening to our wholeness and living for the legacy 0:43:37 | Letting go of the fear of being misrepresented and shining brightly 0:48:22 | Saying yes, following joy, and being a steward for wealth 0:50:24 | More money equals more options 0:52:31 | Define your vision of success and embrace your legacy Key Takeaways: Embrace moments of gratitude and acknowledge the transformation occurring in your life. Self-awareness is crucial for living a fulfilling life and creating a successful business. Embrace your gifts and shine unapologetically, knowing that your impact can create a ripple effect. Remember your wholeness and live for your legacy, taking up space and being seen. Embrace the full spectrum of being human and trust your journey, knowing that challenges are opportunities for growth. Quotes: "We all have gifts, intuitive abilities, and magic within us. Embrace it and shine unapologetically." - Rachael Meeds "True healing is remembering your wholeness in the present moment and building from that place." - Rachael Meeds "Live for the legacy and create a life beyond your wildest dreams." - Rachael Meeds Thank you so much for being here! So excited for you to dive into this week's episode. Try my new Free Hypnosis: Liberating Your Expression ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Connect & Work With Rachael: Instagram TikTok Youtube The Sacred Self Hypnosis Library ($17) Ecstatic (An Ecstatic Dance & Hypnosis Experience) 1:1 Coaching Application (FREE) Liberating Your Expression Hypnosis Blog The Embodied Leadership Newsletter If you enjoyed today's episode, please let me know by leaving a 5-star review on whatever platform you're listening to this, or sharing this episode on your Instagram stories and tagging me! It means so much and helps us reach more gorgeous souls who need to hear these messages!
Episode 262 of the sexy swinger and hotwife podcast, Front Porch Swingers, details a VERY anxious hotwife encounter for Brian. Because of this bull's hot looks and amazing personality, Brenna decided to go forward with a third play date despite how GIGANTIC he is below the belt... Find out how it went! Join us for bonus content as our way of thanking you for supporting the show! https://patreon.com/frontporchswingers See me with this hot man and others here: https://onlyfans.com/frontporchswingers Try Kasidie free for a month by clicking on the Kasidie banner at https://frontporchswingers Get our favorite bedroom wellness products with 10% off at https://promescent.com/fps See all of our upcoming events: https://members.frontporchswingers.com
Are you constantly fighting the clock, feeling overwhelmed, and struggling to find time for the things that truly matter? Join me, Caroline Thor, as I share my personal journey to conquer these time management demons. I'll let you in on how I made exercise an unmissable part of my day, and how setting boundaries and prioritizing tasks transformed my daily hustle. Fancy a clutter-free home that stays that way? I've got a special online workshop just for you that promises to make your home organization dreams a reality!Life can often feel like a juggling act between conserving energy and keeping up with social commitments. I'll share some nuggets of wisdom on how to balance the scales, from making your commutes count to setting boundaries with social commitments. We'll also delve into why self-care isn't a luxury, but a necessity in our busy lives. Yes, even a few minutes of relaxation can make a world of difference. And finally, let's take on the digital beast that's guzzling our time. Listen in as I unveil a tried-and-tested tip from my business mentor on how to keep your focus sharp. We'll also explore ways to manage the distractions our devices bring, and how to create a support system that's got your back. From setting dinner table rules (no phones allowed!) to delegating tasks to family members, you'll walk away with practical strategies to tackle the mental load. So, are you ready to reclaim your time? Join me in this journey of discovery and transformation. Let's get started!Links mentioned in this episodehttps://www.caroline-thor.com/waitlistThanks for listening! For more organizational motivation, support and free resources visit my website www.caroline-thor.com/explore, or come and say 'hi' on Instagram @caro.thor, or on Facebook @carolineorganizer
In this episode, we delve deep into the fascinating world of our brains and how they inform our behaviours. Dr. DeGangi's latest book, “Energy Rising: The Neuroscience of Leading with Emotional Power,” serves as the focal point of our discussion. Together, we explore the concept of emotional power and its counterpart, emotional pain. Dr. DeGangi shares some of the transformative codes she has developed during her tenure, offering valuable insights into how we can enhance our emotional energetics.This conversation is a must-listen if you are looking to elevate your emotional intelligence, whether you're a parent, a partner, a team leader, or a team member. Discover how to lead with love and certainty, in the present and the evolving landscape of future relationships.Hint: If you are a parent, you definitely want to listen all the way to the end.Connect with Dr. Julia on:https://drjuliadigangi.com/https://www.instagram.com/drjuliadigangi/https://www.facebook.com/julia.digangihttps://twitter.com/dr_julia_dg?lang=enhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/juliadigangi/Bio:Dr. Julia DiGangi is a neuropsychologist, who completed her residency at Harvard Medical School, Boston University School of Medicine, and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. She has nearly two decades of experience studying the connection between our brains and our behaviour. Dr. DiGangi has worked with leaders at The White House Press Office, global companies, international NGOs, and the US Special Forces. Her understanding of stress, trauma, and resilience is also informed by her work in international development and humanitarian aid, where she served some of the world's most vulnerable communities. The founder of NeuroHealth Partners, a neuropsychology-based consultancy, DiGangi shows people—at work and at home—how to harness the power of the brain to lead more satisfying and emotionally intelligent lives.Episode Overview:0:00:00 Reclaiming the Power of Emotional Connection0:03:39 Introducing Dr. Julia DiGangi and the topic of emotional power0:13:22 The enduring sense of anxiety and external delegation0:19:46 The Math of Self-Confidence0:28:40 Interfering with our brain and body's emotional toxins0:37:46 Understanding the Different Nervous System States0:44:53 Introduction to Extreme Trauma and Stress0:48:15 Treatment Approach and Unexpected Outcome0:49:44 Overcoming Trauma Through Transformation0:50:10 The Challenge of Communicating Needs in Relationships0:55:02 Choosing Yourself and Plugging the Holes in Your Cup0:58:49 The Power of Emotional Resentment and Annoyance1:02:04 Dealing with Feedback and Powerful Relationships1:08:01 The Brain's Need for Certainty and Overcompensation1:09:58 Pathological Seeking of Certainty and Anxiety1:12:31 External Success vs Internal Fulfillment1:13:28 Finding solace in the power of self-reflection1:14:28 The Power of a Well-Timed Punchline1:14:34 Parents' Fear of Failure and Unrealistic Expectations1:21:15 The importance of letting go and nurturing relationships with children1:24:29 The significance of self-care and emotional availability in parentingWe'd like to thank our sponsors:Inside tracker - get their best deal of 20% off by going to my special link insidetracker.com/drstephanie, and use code ESTEMA20.
Reclaiming the Gospel means sharing the right message with the right motives. Today's episode encourages you to do all you do for the glory of God, thanks to the mercy and grace He offers through Jesus! Download the Transcript of Today's PodcastIt's not a question of if you learned about God from your family, but what you learned about Him. In Pastor Bryan Clark's new best-selling book, God's Not Like That, he addresses the way your childhood influences your beliefs today. Discover what the Bible says about how God intended Himself to be depicted in the home and how you can redeem a right view of our good Father who sustains, comforts, and satisfies you through every season. Get this offer for a gift of any amount today.
In this "Dear Kanu" episode I am answering a listener's letter looking to better manage her emotions and be able to communicate her feelings to her husband of 5 years regarding his female friends. In this episode I answer her question using the following points: self reflection, using "I" statements, active listening and being non-judgemental, seeking to understand first, being vulnerable, building trust and seeking professional help from a therapist. This episode is brought to you by: Candle Consulting Group: www.candleconsulting.net
Read and Sign our Petition to Proclaim the Full Resurrection Story on Easter Sunday: https://futurechurch.org/petition Preaching for the 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Caitlin Morneau offers a reflection on reclaiming connectedness: "Forgiveness is fundamentally an individual act, but with social implications. Every harm has repercussions, rippling impacts through time and community. Really living into the fullness of forgiveness means moving toward as full a reclamation of human dignity and communion as possible. When this becomes the way in which we move and live and have our being, suddenly seven times seventy becomes far more attainable — not a heroic act for the few. But we cannot do it alone. We need to encourage one another daily. And build up systems (legal and otherwise) that create vessels for mercy and grace to shape the labor of justice itself." Caitlin Morneau serves as Director of Restorative Justice at Catholic Mobilizing Network (CMN), the national Catholic organization working to end the death penalty and promote restorative justice through education, advocacy and prayer. Caitlin is a Bernardin Scholar at Catholic Theological Union where she is completing a MA in Ministry with a concentration in Spirituality and holds an MA in Conflict Transformation from the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding at Eastern Mennonite University. Caitlin is a facilitator of peacemaking circles and trained in restorative community conferencing. She lives in Alexandria, VA with her husband, two children, and black lab. Visit www.catholicwomenpreach.org/preaching/09172023 to learn more about Caitlin, to read her preaching text, and for more preaching from Catholic women.
In this week's episode I share a recent experience I had with facing a fear head on, slaying shame and learning self-forgiveness along the way. If you are someone who has had to learn from past mistakes, who has had to face fear and is working to rewrite your story then this episode is for you.My name is Erika Vichcales, the host of the Get Empowered podcast. I am here to help you overcome limitations, step into your power and create your dream life. I have spent the last seven years healing my mind, body and soul and am sharing what I am learning along the way. From healing trauma, to navigating a sober lifestyle and learning how to step into my personal power it has been transformational.If you are looking to heal, to be inspired, to up level your life and become the most empowered version of yourself, you've come to the right place.I created this podcast to help you know you are worthy of rewriting your story and to help you navigate your own empowerment journey. You are worthy of living your most authentic, aligned and inspired life— and I can help you get there. Whether you are diving deep into personal development or just need a weekly pick-me-up, I've got you covered. Thank you so much for pressing play today, I cannot wait to transform together. Let's get empowered!https://www.empoweredwitherika.comFollow along on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/erika.vichcalesFollow along on TikTok:https://email@example.com Follow along on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@getempoweredpod?app=desktop&fbclid=IwAR1YNyBcOsozC-nf_D4kBlOfxvN-e3IlbZmXATmucLiLXq_0LoJZ0GHj1Fs
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In this unique episode featuring Rev. Carol Saunders, we delve into the topic of dismantling the cultural influences that can sometimes alienate us from our inherent innocence. We explore the path to reclaiming this innocence by embracing the practice of the golden rule: treating others as we would like to be treated. Carol explains that by embracing this principle, we can discover the art of transforming all energy into love. For full show notes, please visit: https://www.interviewswithinnocence.com/blog/195
Dr. Holly Richmond is a Somatic Psychologist, Certified Sex Therapist, and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. This unique combination of credentials enables her to focus on clients' cognitive process as well as their somatic health. She works from a sex-positive approach, meaning: “all sex is good sex as long as it's consensual and pleasurable.” An international authority on contemporary sexuality, Dr. Richmond offers a fresh, yet authoritative perspective on today's sexual challenges and tomorrow's erotic evolutions. Seen as a pioneer in bridging the gap between sexual health and technological development, her work positively impacts individual, relational, and societal beliefs regarding sexuality. As a trusted authority on sexual health issues, with a significant media following, Dr. Richmond has appeared on national and international talk shows, and is regularly quoted in publications and media outlets, including the New York Times, CNN, Wired, Forbes, NBC, Vice, Los Angeles Magazine, The Daily Mail, The New York Post, Men's Health, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, Allure, and Health. Dr. Richmond's experiential, therapeutically-driven perspective will legitimatize, normalize, demystify, and remove pathological ideology from today's common sexual concerns. Hey everyone! Welcome to today's episode of the Wright Conversations Podcast! For today's episode, I'm joined by Dr. Holly Richmond to talk about sexual trauma, the parameters of reclaiming healthy sexuality, and when it's the right time to share the details of our stories. We also talk about the common misconceptions around sexual trauma, working through the trauma with the perpetrator, and where survivors can start on their journey of recovery. Let's delve in! In this Episode You'll Learn: [02:21] A bit about Dr. Richmond. [03:22] Getting into sexual trauma. [07:26] Reclaiming healthy sexuality. [13:10] When it's a good time to share the history with a new person. [18:19] BDSM, Power play, and sexual trauma. [21:32] Common misconceptions. [25:18] Working with victims and their perpetrators. [27:48] Where to start your journey. Quotes: “Most survivors of sexual trauma, and I'm going to say most people in general, have no idea what turns them on.“ [09:36] “Sexual trauma does not happen by ourselves. Sexual trauma happens in relationship, therefore it has to be healed in relationship.” [11:20] “Over 85% of sexual trauma is perpetrated by someone known to the survivor, and it is not violent.” [22:10] Connect with Dr. Holly Richmond Website: drhollyrichmond.com. Instagram: @drhollyrichmond. Twitter: @drhollyrichmond. LinkedIn: Dr. Holly Richmond. Connect with Rachel Wright Website: https://rachelwrightnyc.com Instagram: @thewright_rachel Twitter: @thewrightrachel Resources Reclaiming Pleasure. RAINN. Modern Sex Therapy Institutes. Get a 1-day FREE Trial and 40% OFF A Yearly Subscription at Beducated! Use Promo Code: WRIGHTCONVERSATION. Get 20% OFF Your First Order at The Honey Pot! Use Promo Code: Rachel20 WIN A FREE INTIMACY AFTER DARK DECK! Get 30% OFF the NEW After Dark Deck! Use Promo Code: Rachel Get your Zumio Discount! Call to Action Please, if you love this episode, share it with your friends and others. To help this podcast grow, please leave a review, and don't forget to subscribe.
For today's episode, I chatted with Brit Luna, lead singer of the critically-acclaimed Philly ska band Catbite. We discuss her background as a jazz singer, her Latin-American roots, the ska revival, and the duty to protect individuals in our local communities from harm. ✨ MORE ABOUT CATBITE ✨ Catbite are ska champions. Combining the jumping energy of UK two-tone with the high-power attack of third-wave ska, the Philly band has been rapidly expanding their fan base and serving as standard bearers for the 2020's ska revival. ✨ KEEP UP TO DATE WITH CATBITE ✨ Web: catbite.net/ Instagram: instagram.com/catbiteband/ Twitter: twitter.com/catbiteband Facebook: facebook.com/catbiteband Spotify: open.spotify.com/artist/5ZymRXV10TmuDovZVrx2RP Apple Music: music.apple.com/us/artist/catbite/1455762137 ✨ CONNECT WITH IZZY ✨ YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCv6SBgiYCpYbx9BOYNefkIg Website: agrrrlstwosoundcents.com Instagram: instagram.com/agrrrlstwosoundcents/ Twitter: twitter.com/grrrlsoundcents
Listen to this exciting episode where Philip talks with Todd Johnson, executive director of the Johnston County Heritage Center in Smithfield, North Carolina, as they discuss the upcoming September 30th event, Reclaiming the Black Past: An Artifactual Journey. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/artifactual-journey/message
Joy is not only about "big life moments", but also the seemingly mundane ones - like a new moon or a delicious Halloween Oreo. This episode is about the boundless emotion of joy and the value of treasuring small moments. I share my personal journey of embracing joy, happiness, and freedom, and the often overlooked struggle a lot of us face when trying to genuinely feel and express emotions. I also share what I've done to start removing emotional blockages that have prevented me from opening up and feeling joy in the past. This conversation is a gentle reminder that you are deserving of good things in life, and it's okay to let in a little joy, even on the harder days. Instagram: clare_goffxoTikTok: clare_goffEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
It is difficult to think that slavery is still happening during these times. But Sounds of Freedom, has made the world aware there is another side to life that we do not or cannot look at. The president and founder of Life Recaptured, Brandy Crisafulli, has been a champion for victims of abuse, neglect, and […]
We have been given a script on how to feel about our bodies. It limits who we are and the depth of life that we can experience. Kara talks with Hilary Kinavey and Dana Sturtevant the Co-Founders and Co-Owners of the Center for Body Trust and the authors of the book Reclaiming Body Trust. Together they remember stories they were told and how they were made to feel about their bodies and the deconstruction they are going through to change the relationship they have with their bodies. Too many fem bodies and now masculine bodies are feeling like they are never enough. It's time to change that. In 2005, Hillary and Dana founded the Center for Body Trust to offer programs that encourage movement toward a compassionate, weight-inclusive model of radical care to address body oppression, heal body shame and associated patterns of chronic dieting and disordered eating. The Center for Body Trust also offers programs for helping professionals and educators interested in adopting client-centered, trauma-informed, justice-based approaches to healing—including an intensive year-long Body Trust Certification Training. Their work has been featured in The New York Times, Scientific American, Health, Self, Real Simple, Huffington Post, and the TEDx stage, and their book Reclaiming Body Trust: A Path to Healing and Liberation was released in 2023. Hilary Kinavey, MS, LPC (she/her) has supported people who are healing from disordered eating, body shame, and the impact of weight bias and other traumas. Hilary's work as a therapist, educator, speaker, and writer, has been a study of what interrupts our sense of wholeness and how we can return to ourselves in a culture that profits from fragmentation. She has additional training in workshop facilitation, mind-body coaching, and radical relating. She is a sought-after speaker on topics such as weight-inclusive approaches, weight bias, and the intersections of activism and the helping professions. She offers consultation and training for organizations and professionals. Dana Sturtevant, MS, RD (she/her), is a registered dietitian who helps people divest from diet culture and move toward more compassionate, embodied forms of radical care. Her work as a speaker, educator, and trainer focuses on humanizing health care, advancing health equity, and advocating for food and body sovereignty. As a sought-after speaker and writer, Dana is a champion for compassionate, weight-inclusive models of care and offers supervision, training, and consultation for helping professionals and health care organizations. Learn more about Hilary and Dana and their work at: www.centerforbodytrust.com facebook.com/CenterForBodyTrust instagram.com/Center for Body Trust twitter.com/bodytrustcenter
Henry and Josh sit down to talk about the phrase "grace and truth." This is a phrase often used within Christian conversations around sexuality. Is there truth to this phrase? How has it been misused? Also why does it seem to only be used in this conversation? Henry and Josh talk through their experiences with this phrase and what it might look like to reclaim the truth of it.
In this week's episode, Bonnie is joined by past group coaching client, Mary Kate. In today's episode Bonnie & Mary Kate will discuss: Reclaiming the word fat Leaving the shame spiral behind Breaking free of the diet cycle Managing the fear of, “What if they judge me for eating this?” Creating an abundance mindset with food Living your life fully without food and body drama and so much more! Resource mentioned in podcast: Are you living in fear of losing control around food? Take our free quiz here! Apply to group coaching! Leave shame, loneliness, and isolation behind and heal your relationship with food in a group setting. This program was created to transform your mindset around food and dieting, improve your body image, and teach you health-promoting nutritional habits. These 12 weeks provide a safe, confidential, and judgment-free environment for you to deepen your understanding of intuitive eating so you can eat without guilt, obsession, or fear of losing control. Click the link here or go to dietculturerebel.com/group-coaching to apply.
Imagine learning a language that is spoken by only a few hundred people—an Indigenous language that belongs to a people and a land that have been in relationship with each other for countless generations. This is the heart of our episode about Gwich'in language revitalization in the Boreal. Princess Daazhraii Johnson (Neets'aii Gwich'in) is an Indigenous TV and film producer on a patient journey of learning, reclaiming, and revitalizing Gwich'in. The language connects her to the land and to the people who came before her. “Our generation is really making the effort to use the language, and express ourselves in the language, and it's really powerful,” she explains. Princess and her dear friend Alishia Carlson (also Neets'aii Gwich'in) talk with language journalist Kavita Pillay about the struggles of learning Gwich'in, and the joy with which they approach the effort, especially in relation to the language learning of children. Princess is inspiring a whole new generation to be curious about Indigenous languages through her work as a screenwriter on the Peabody award-winning PBS Kids series Molly of Denali. Also in this episode: a celebration of caribou. Content note: The episode touches on the violence of residential schools on Turtle Island and how they contributed to today's language crisis. Learn more: Dinjii Vadzaih Dhidlit: The Man Who Became a Caribou (bilingual book) "Diiyeghan naii Taii Tr'eedaa (We Will Walk the Trail of our Ancestors)" (short film by Princess and Alishia, part of Reciprocity Project) Seedcast Sonic Journey episode featuring “Diiyeghan naii Taii Tr'eedaa (We Will Walk the Trail of our Ancestors)” Molly of Denali (PBS) Subtitle, a podcast co-hosted by Kavita Pillay and Patrick Cox This episode won a 2022 Indigenous Journalists Association (IJA, formerly Native American Journalists Association) award for Best Radio/Podcast Coverage of Native America, Second Place. Host: Jessica Ramirez. Producer: Kavita Pillay. Story Editor: Jenny Asarnow. Special thanks to Michelle Hurtubise and Patrick Cox. Seedcast is a production of Nia Tero, a global nonprofit which supports Indigenous land guardianship around the world through policy, partnership, and storytelling initiatives.Enjoy the Seedcast podcast on the Nia Tero website, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and your other favorite podcast platforms. Keep up with Seedcast on Instagram and use the hashtag #Seedcast.
Are you ready to start living your vision board life? If your answer is hell yes then this is the episode for you because we're having a conversation about what it means to settle in life, why we do it, and how to stop settling so you can start living your vision board life. This episode is kinda like a mini masterclass and you're gonna wanna take some notes and maybe listen more than once but start with once!We also discuss:Reclaiming your personal power Personal responsibility & the power of choiceHow to create clarityQuestions that will change your life& way more than you knew you needed to know!The MF JOURNEY: ApplicationThe MF JOURNEY: Learn MoreLet's Connect! Instagram: @IamKelCal TikTok: @IamKelCal Work with Me:More Info RESOURCES FREE Clarity Session to Get UNSTUCK FREE Get Over Your Toxic Ex Strategy Session Journal Prompts 5 Step Guide to Get Over a Toxic Ex Understand Your Red Flag Style Quiz The Dumb Bitch Journaling Guide to Create Clarity & Get Unstuck Self-Love Love Language Quiz
The energy has felt very heavy recently, but we might feel some relief as we head into a new Season!In a few days we have a New Moon in Virgo, Mercury is about to go direct again, Venus went direct a few days ago, Jupiter just went Retrograde, and we're on the brink of the Autumnal Equinox (or the Spring Equinox for those in the Southern Hemisphere). That's a lot of shifting energies, and in this episode I dive into what it all means and how we can use it on our healing journeys.As we set our intentions during the upcoming New Moon in Virgo, I invite you to reflect on where you are, and where you desire to journey next in your life and in your healing in order to reclaim your sovereignty. In this episode (whether you're listening at the time it's recorded or at any point later on), I share some very practical yet powerful things you can do to align with your values, your desires, and your intentions by utilizing all the energies from the celestial realms.I referenced a photo in the episode. If you'd like to see it, go to my YouTube channel and watch this episode there. While you're there, be sure to subscribe to my channel!Do you have your copy of my free guide, 4 Steps to Connect with Your Higher Self? If not, get yours here!
For many, weekends are for chores. They're also for carting kids to sports games and getting caught up on errands. But amidst all that driving and laundering, where are the opportunities to rest, rejuvenate, and fully live our lives?Feeling rested is so much more than a good night's sleep and on today's show we discuss research-backed ways to reclaim your time and wellness by making weekends work for you. Here's a preview:[3:00] Connections between work, busyness, and feeding the capitalist engine[5:00] The 7 types of rest our bodies and minds need[20:00] What research says about the benefits of active recreation as opposed to passive recreation[24:00] Thoughts on playing catch up on the weekends: Can we minimize our weekend chores? [29:00] Whatever happened to blue laws? Making a case for jumping off the work-spend hamster wheel, at least on the weekend[33:00] Parents, we simply must: Together let's take a critical look at our children's weekend activities Resources mentioned:Take Dr. Dalton-Smith's free rest quizSacred Rest: Recover Your Life, Renew Your Energy, Restore Your Sanity by Sandra Dalton-SmithThe Weekend Effect: The Life-Changing Benefits of Taking Two Days Off by Katrina OnstadRest Is Resistance: A Manifesto by Tricia Hersey--Join our (free!) community here.Find your tribe. Sustainable Minimalists are on Facebook, Instagram + Youtube.Say hello! MamaMinimalistBoston@gmail.com.Our Sponsors:* * Thank you also to Armoire! Use code SUSTAINABLE for up to 50% off your first month.* Thank you to our sponsor, Quince! For free shipping and 365-day returns visit https://www.quince.com/SUSTAINABLEPODCAST/ Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/sustainable-minimalists/exclusive-contentAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
We discuss the potential of a third temple being built in Jerusalem, and the many connections between Zechariah 5 and 2 Thessalonians 2. The Final Abominable Temple Phil's Website – https://philsbaker.com Patreon Page - patreon.com/philsbaker Apple Podcasts Channel - Reclaiming the Faith The Faithful Podcast with Stephanie Baker Contact me – email@example.com Omega Frequency - www.omegafrequency.com Omega Frequency Rumble Page - https://rumble.com/c/c-1265532 The Ante-Nicene Writings - https://www.biblestudytools.com/history/early-church-fathers/ante-nicene/
In this episode, we get down and dirty and nerdy with Paul's long Epistle (letter) to the Romans (more specifically, the early Christian community there). This text has been used to justify bigotry towards LGBTQ+ people and the awful doctrine of penal substitutionary atonement, and to manipulate people into converting, but it also has empowering passages about the love of God, and guidance on how to live in community in the midst of conflicts of belief–the church has been in theological disputes since the very beginning. The very passage that is used against LGBTQ+ people in Romans 1 is a set-up of Paul's message that we should not judge or hold ourselves up as being superior to others! Paul also talks about how our salvation is from the faithfulness of Jesus, not necessarily faith “in” Jesus. Yes, you can't necessarily get away from the language Paul uses about sacrifice and Jesus' death, but this is his interpretation and what he believed would be the best way to present the Gospel to his audience. The beauty of the Gospel is that it can mean multiple things across different cultural contexts, but it all connects back to the goodness and love of Jesus. Resources: James Brownson's book Bible, Gender Sexuality (take what you want, leave the anti-polyamory and anti premarital sex stuff) We have merch! Get your Bible Dyke Energy Tee and more here: https://www.redbubble.com/people/rtgardenpodcast/shop Our social media: @reclaimingthegarden on Insta, @RtGardenPodcast on Twitter, and Reclaiming the Garden on Facebook. Our personal accounts: @thatpunchabletheaternerd, @April_TheWriter (April is on Twitter and Insta). Also, our podcast account follows a bunch of awesome folks + podcasts in the exvangelical/deconstruction world and progressive Christian world, so if you're looking for more resources, that's a great place to start!
Welcome to Wellthy Living conversation. In this epsiode I have an enriching conversation with Lucy Mayes and Ingrid Gaiotto.Lucy: A mother with two young adult children who is transitioning into a new phase of life. She has a background in law but left her law career due to a values disconnect and pursued a career in workplace wellbeing, with a particular focus on healthcare. Lucy has also delved into spiritual personal development work and aims to share her knowledge and experience as she gains more freedom.Ingrid: With a background in Italian heritage and a passion for the arts, hospitality, and travel, has embarked on various ventures, including running a cafe and now a tour operations company. She maintains a deep connection to her Italian roots and channels her skills and passions into creating businesses aligned with her values.Lucy and Ingrid have joined forces for this special episode to discuss their shared passion for personal development, authenticity, and making a positive impact in the world.They also excitedly reveal an upcoming Italy retreat that they are partnering on, promising a transformative and enriching experience for participants.In this conversation we explored the following themes:Personal Development and Authenticity: Lucy and Ingrid share pivotal moments in their lives that have shaped their perspectives and actions. They highlight the importance of pursuing desires and leveraging opportunities to live authentically.Impact of Fear: The conversation delves into the impact of fear on one's actions and choices, emphasizing the need to overcome it with courageous action to lead a fulfilling life.Closing the Gap:The conversation explores the challenge of bridging the gap between ideal values and real-life actions.Both guests highlight the importance of authenticity and generosity and advocate for a balanced approach between rational and intuitive thinking.Balancing Thinking Styles:Lucy discusses the balance between the right and left sides of human thinking and the need to find a bridge between them. She mentions the over-quantification of life in modern society and how genuine quality often emerges from unmeasurable experiences.Definition of Success:The episode concludes with a focus on the definition of success, featuring a quote from Maya Angelou about self-liking and authenticity in one's actions.Enough is enough:The conversation ends with a reference to Lucy's recent TED Talk, where she introduces the concept of taking oneself and others by the hand and boldly declaring "enough is enough."This concept challenges the prevailing cultural narrative that constantly tells individuals they are not enough, urging a shift toward authenticity and self-acceptance.LISTEN NOW to explore the rich insights shared by Lucy and Ingrid, and discover how their experiences and wisdom can inspire you to live authentically and aligned with your values.Lucy's Insights:- Lucy discusses the concept of purpose, noting how it has been commercialized and can create a constant sense of striving and inadequacy.- She emphasizes the importance of personal self-responsibility and highlights the role of systemic changes in creating more humane workplaces.Ingrid's Insights:- Ingrid stresses the significance of identifying one's values and being authentic.- She believes that if everyone were their full authentic selves, the world would operate more effectively and empathetically.Check out the details of their exciting partnership for the upcoming Italy retreat, promising a profound and life-changing experience I hope this enjoyed this epiosde and it inpires you to live a well, connected and meaningful life both personally and professionally.What's your biggest insight or takeaway, leave a comment and let us know. All episodes can be found HERE or on Spotify, iTunes, Youtube, or wherever you listen to your podcasts.To listen to a previous ocnversation I had with Lucy : Wellthy Living Conversations EP 9:Reclaiming hope, heart and healing Please leave a review and share the episode with your network and consider subscribing to the Wellthy Living Conversations podcast on iTunes and Youtube so you can listen to more conversations with wonderful humans whose stories, knowledge, actionable ideas and wisdom can help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life, both personally and professionally.I'm Lisa, a facilitator and coach for life, leadership and workplace welbeing. To find out more about my services you can visit my website www.wellthyliving.com.au or connect with me on all social media channels.
Today, we're delving into the world of erectile dysfunction (ED). In this informative episode, we'll explore various facets of ED, breaking down the facts, dispelling myths, and offering solutions. Join me as we uncover the complexities of ED, from its common causes to effective treatments, everything from medications to implants. We'll also dive into the emotional and psychological aspects that often accompany this condition, highlighting the importance of open communication and support within relationships. Whether you or a loved one are personally affected by ED or you're simply curious to learn more, this episode aims to provide valuable insights and strategies to help individuals and couples navigate this common challenge.
Welcome back to another powerful episode of Warriors Unmasked. If you're seeking an inspiring figure in mental health and empowerment, meet Craig Ball, an Australian mentor with a rich history of transforming lives. With over two decades of experience, Craig's unique approach combines traditional and holistic techniques to help individuals realize their utmost potential. His belief? Every individual has the inherent ability to bolster their mental health and create their life's narrative. Craig isn't just an advocate; he's a testament to his methods. His experiences from being deployed to Afghanistan twice with the regular army put his theories to the test, and his triumphs over personal mental health challenges speak volumes. Alongside mentoring, he's a seasoned speaker, and his book, "Reclaim Your Power," offers a pragmatic look into his system. The "Warriors Unmasked" podcast recently hosted Craig, delving into his background, journey in the mental health sector, and his experiences as an Army reservist. He shared about his introduction to Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT), which now forms a cornerstone of his work. The discussion underscored the importance of therapy as a testament to strength and also an insightful dialogue about the stigma around mental health in sports. When Craig faced a dire financial crisis, he chose to pen a book, both a personal testament and a guide to resilience. Written as a conversation, Craig's narrative demystifies mental health complexities. He stresses the importance of remaining open to change and understanding cognitive distortions like overgeneralization, where one's self-worth is wrongly tied to success or failure. Craig's central message: true resilience isn't just recovery, but thriving through adversity. He encourages recognizing emotions, leading to healing and empowerment. For a heartening chat filled with wisdom and perspective, don't miss Craig Ball on the "Warriors Unmasked" podcast episode. Grab your preferred beverage, and settle in for a conversation that promises to inspire. So, what are you waiting for? Hit play now to learn more! Trigger warning: In this episode, our guest shares his journey with the loss of friends and co-workers to suicide. If you or someone you love has recently experienced the tragic loss to suicide, please feel free to skip this episode during your healing process. We have 100+ other powerful conversations to enjoy at www.warriorsunmasked.com GUEST LINKS: Reclaim Your Power: Creating Better Mental Health and Happiness for Life: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/reclaim-your-power-craig-ball/1141347854 Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/askcraigball/?originalSubdomain=au YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=alL39_Zy97I Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/askcraigball/ LINKS: malarchuk.com/book malarchuk.com www.thecompassionateconnection.com www.warriorsunmasked.com Join Chuck's Text Community: 251-418-7966 Follow us on Instagram Like us on Facebook Subscribe To Our YouTube My Community Contact Episode Minute By Minute: 0:02 What to expect inside of episode 116! 02:47 Welcome special guest, Craig Ball, military veteran, author, and speaker 05:29 Craig shares how he became intrigued with working in the mental health space 07:20 An inspirational psychologist was Albert Ellis and has adopted his teaching style 08:57 Craig talks about rational emotive behavior therapy 10:46 Craig talks about the stigma in Australia of not opening up about anxiety 12:24 Craig opens up about his time in the military and the emotional trauma that comes with it 15:48 The power of speaking to someone and having a safe place to talk 20:31 Craig talks about consulting veterans and allowing space do deal with emotion 25:36 How depression and anxiety are not fixed, but have to be managed daily 30:07 Craig shares about his book and a sneak peak of what's inside 38:57 Craig talks about the power of learning to empower ourselves 43:46 Craig shares the difference between the internal and external focus of control 47:24 How to follow Craig, find his book and keep up with all that he is doing 51:17 Craig's advice to someone who needs to get their power back in their life
Freedom to Roam in Nature is an essential human right. For guest Chad Brown [http://www.Chadocreative.com], mother nature played a significant role in his healing from the war trauma he experienced as a navy service member. In his desire to activate healing through nature, art, and sport, he founded two non profits, Soul River Inc. and Love is King and explores storytelling through his photography and documentary filmmaking. Soul River Inc. [https://soulriverinc.org/about/] focuses on forging strong connections between at-risk inner city youth and veteran mentors, inspiring both confidence and purpose through their programing. We will discuss how they use cultural expeditions, called deployments, to bring these teams to threatened wild spaces, providing mission-driven experiences where advocacy and outdoor education meet. For his nonprofit Love Is King [https://loveisking.org/], Chad's vision is to eliminate the fear of marginalized communities being in nature while developing diverse environmental leaders whose voices are part of natural policy making decisions, such as being at the table of white lead conservation groups. The programing has made them an active voice with the Alaska Wilderness League on protecting the Arctic and their Indigenous communities from oil drilling and development. Chad is also a documentary-style portrait and adventure photographer, with assignments leading him all over the world, and in particular into the Alaskan Arctic. He also makes films; one in particular is called Blackwaters [https://blackwatersfilm.com/], which follows five black outdoorsmen of diverse backgrounds into Gates of the Arctic National Park. For an extended interview and other benefits, become an EcoJustice Radio patron at https://www.patreon.com/posts/chad-brown-89146282 Jessica Aldridge, Co-Host and Producer of EcoJustice Radio, is an environmental educator, community organizer, and 15-year waste industry leader. She is a co-founder of SoCal 350, organizer for ReusableLA, and founded Adventures in Waste. She is a former professor of Recycling and Resource Management at Santa Monica College, and an award recipient of the international 2021 Women in Sustainability Leadership and the 2016 inaugural Waste360, 40 Under 40. Links: https://www.pdxmonthly.com/travel-and-outdoors/2023/08/blackwaters-documentary-film-premiere-chad-brown-soul-river-inc https://flylordsmag.com/new-film-blackwaters-with-chad-brown-james-mills/ Podcast Website: http://ecojusticeradio.org/ Podcast Blog: https://www.wilderutopia.com/category/ecojustice-radio/ Support the Podcast: Patreon https://www.patreon.com/ecojusticeradio PayPal https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=LBGXTRM292TFC&source=url Executive Producer: Jack Eidt Host and Producer: Jessica Aldridge Engineer and Original Music: Blake Quake Beats Episode 189 Photo credit: Chad Brown
Buckle up for a ride with our guest, Dr. Colleen Martinez. A licensed clinical social worker, and registered play therapist, Colleen shares her expert insight into the world of play and its profound impact on children, particularly those who've experienced trauma. Join us as she talks about the power and importance of play that's guaranteed to inspire and ignite the inner child in all of us.Play isn't just child's play - the United Nations General Assembly and the American Academy of Pediatrics, among others, have chimed in on the conversation, highlighting the vital role of play in children's brain development, social behavior, and resilience. We'll unpack their invaluable insights and explore how play can transform the school setting, and how we can advocate for the right of children to engage in this crucial activity. So, lend us your ears and reclaim the power of play with us.www.makewordsmatterforgood.com
Many of the roads, hiking trails and even railroads that crisscross the landscape began thousands of years ago as trails by Indigenous hunters and traders. Many tribes have since lost their connections to those trails. But some are trying to re-connect their strong cultural links to the ancient routes, and tell their own stories about what they mean.
In this episode, Stephanie Winn interviews Samantha Stephenson, the host of the podcast "Brave New Us: Bioethics in the Light of Faith." Samantha shares her unique perspective on the intersection of faith and bioethics from a Catholic standpoint.Stephanie and Samantha discuss the concept of sanctity and the loss of the sense of the sacred in today's society. They explore the ethical dilemmas presented by emerging technologies, such as synthetic embryos and artificial wombs. Samantha emphasizes the importance of understanding the sanctity of life and the potential risks and vulnerabilities associated with manipulating human life in such ways.They delve into the Catholic understanding of sin as "missing the mark" and how it relates to these bioethical issues. Samantha highlights the need for thoughtful exploration and questioning, even within a religious framework, to truly understand and grapple with these complex topics.The conversation also touches on the role of attachment and the significance of the mother-child bond in human development. Samantha raises concerns about the potential psychological and emotional effects on children who are gestated outside of a human womb and the importance of respecting their autonomy and well-being.Throughout the episode, Samantha draws on her background in theology and bioethics to provide insights into the moral implications of these technologies and the need for a deeper understanding of our purpose as human beings. She encourages listeners to consider the long-term consequences and potential risks associated with playing with life in ways that defy our natural design.This episode offers a thought-provoking exploration of the intersection of faith and bioethics, shedding light on the ethical dilemmas posed by emerging technologies and the importance of maintaining a sense of sanctity and respect for human life.Samantha Stephenson is host of the Brave New Us podcast (coming to YouTube Sept. 22!) and author of Reclaiming Motherhood from a Culture Gone Mad. She is a Paul Ramsey Fellow at the Center for Bioethics and Culture and holds master's degrees in theology and bioethics. Her writing has been featured at Public Discourse, Crisis Magazine, The Federalist, FemCatholic, Natural Womanhood, Notre Dame's Grotto Network, Our Sunday Visitor, and Word on Fire. Sign up for her Faith + Bioethics newsletter to receive the latest updates on medical research, technology, and culture, or stay connected via Instagram and Twitter.Books mentioned in this episode:"Reclaiming Motherhood from a Culture Gone Mad" by Samantha StephensonAll books mentioned on this podcast can be found at sometherapist.com/bookshop or by following these Amazon affiliate links. Thank you for your support!Previous episodes mentioned: 60. Informed Consent & Maternity Care with Kallie Fell 52. Surrogacy: Liberation or Exploitation? with Jennifer Lahl Other resources mentioned in this episode: Brave New Us Podcast Ecto Life concept video The National Catholic Bioethics Center - Free Ethical Consults Topic list, timestamped[00:04:13] Resurgence of interest in Catholicism.[00:08:32] Sunset conversations and philosophical debate.[00:11:33] Understanding the symbolism of rituals.[00:17:28] Being rooted in a particular faith.[00:19:05] Questioning and exploring beliefs.[00:23:13] Revolt against our subsistence.[00:29:06] Navigating 21st century problems.[00:30:37] Synthetic embryos and ethical concerns.[00:35:08] What is sin?[00:39:03] Artificial creation of human beings.[00:42:26] Effects of prenatal bonding.[00:46:43] Sociopathy and attachment wounds.[00:51:32] Control and consequences of technology.[00:53:45] Material wealth vs spiritual poverty.[00:57:26] Natural disasters and human role.[01:01:52] Abortion and maternal well-being.[01:06:41] Catholicism and detransitioners.[01:09:28] Virtues and their importance.[01:15:39] The value of sins and virtues.[01:18:11] The language of humility.[01:21:26] Courage and humility.[01:25:11] Recognizing strengths and weaknesses.[01:29:40] Mary, the mother of God; Samantha's favorite Catholic saints. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
5 Cs of History: Complexity, #2 of 4. Josephine Baker's life story - both what we know and what we don't/can't know - is fascinating. For our purposes today, her life story is a perfect case study for complexity in historical thinking. Not only was she an icon of contradictions, but the way she lived and interacted with the world has allowed historians and feminist scholars to really tease out the complexity of her lifetime. Josephine Baker lived from 1906 until 1975. She was both a Civil Rights activist and a performer who used blackface and racialized tropes to entertain. She was both a woman who had intimate (probably sexual) relationships with other women, and exiled an adopted son when he came out to her as gay. She was both a deeply private woman and opened her home to the public like an amusement park. And for most of her life she lived in France, which was both deeply enamored with Black American culture and music and deeply racist. As Josephine Baker shows us, historical moments, like life stories, are rarely simple. Bibliography Jean-Claude Baker and Chris Chase, Josephine: The Hungry Heart, (Random House New York, 1993). Peggy Caravantes, The Many Faces of Josephine Baker: Dancer, Singer, Activist, Spy (Chicago: Chicago Review Press, 2015) 151. Luca Cerchiari, Laurent Cugny, and Franz Kerschbaumer, Eurojazzland (Boston: Northwestern University Press, 2012) Ed. Mae G. Henderson and Charlene B. Register, The Josephine Baker Critical Reader FBI Records: The Vault — Josephine Baker Patrick O'Connor. “Josephine Baker.” American National Biography Online Mary McAuliffe, When Paris Sizzled: The 1920s paris of hemingway, chanel, cocteau, cole porter, josephine baker, and their friends (Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Incorporated, 2016) Alan Schroeder and Heather Lehr Wagner, Josephine Baker: Entertainer (New York: Chelsea House, 2006) Bennetta Jules-Rosette, Josephine Baker in Art and Life: The Icon and the Image (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2007). Phyllis Rose, Jazz Cleopatra: Josephine Baker in Her Time, (DoubleDay, 1989). Jennifer Sweeney-Risko, “Fashionable ‘Formation': Reclaiming the Sartorial Politics of Josephine Baker,” Australian Feminist Studies 2018, VOL. 33, NO. 98, 498–514 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Are you struggling to remember who you are? Do you feel disconnected from your source of life? My good friend Hosanna Wong is joining me to share with us how we can Identify the lies that are holding you back Discover a roadmap to living lighter Reclaim your name Know the truth of who you really are. Learn to heal and grow during your most painful moments by creating healthy rhythms for your life. Become intentional about connecting to the community of faith that will help you create a structure to help you fight your battles. Tag us @hosanna.wong and @biancaolthoff and let us know how you are more than you've been told! Love you friends, B RESOURCES/LINKS GUEST Hosanna Wong Book - You Are More Than You've Been Told: Unlock a Fresh Way to Live Through the Rhythms of Jesus ⋇ RESOURCES/LINKS Order Bianca's new book GRIT DON'T QUIT ⋇ WGT email: firstname.lastname@example.org ⋇ Subscribe to We're Going There on your favorite podcast app so you don't miss out on any of the great topics and conversations. Don't forget to leave a loving review! Apple Spotify Google ⋇ Visit biancaolthoff.com/resources to learn more about books and other resources from Bianca. ⋇ Want to stay connected, join the community today. ⋇ Music by: Brad Tsushima, Instagram: @bradtsushima, email: email@example.com, Spotify: “R.A.D.”
In today's episode, Andy & DJ are joined in the studio by the founder of Red Balloon, Andrew Crapuchettes. They discuss how Biden's unpopularity giving Trump a shot at reclaiming power, an influx of migrant children testing the preparedness of NYC schools, and Barack Obama's gay encounter with Larry Sinclair in the back of the limousine.
Today's History Story: The Crown Act Our people were born wearing crowns – but internal and external barriers exist that might impede us from donning them. Today's guest, however, is harnessing the force of media to highlight the strength within our locks. Lindsey Farrar is an entrepreneur and strategist driven by her mission to shape culture and nurture young leaders. From this she co-founded CRWNMAG, a magazine centered around natural hair and the women who embrace it. Brace yourself for an episode that might lead you to question—and maybe uncover—the profound power residing atop your own head. To learn more about Lindsey's work, visit www.crwnmag.com Black History Year (BHY) is produced by PushBlack, the nation's largest non-profit Black media company. PushBlack exists to amplify the stories of Black history you didn't learn in school and explore pathways to liberation with people who are leading the way. You make PushBlack happen with your contributions at BlackHistoryYear.com — most people donate $10 a month, but every dollar makes a difference. If this episode moved you, share it with your people! Thanks for supporting the work. The BHY production team includes Tareq Alani, Brooke Brown, Tasha Taylor, and Lilly Workneh. Our producers are Cydney Smith and Len Webb for PushBlack, and Ronald Younger, who also edits the show. Black History Year's executive producer is Julian Walker. 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
If you're like us, we are celebrating Labor Day today! We are at the cabin, our kids are going back to school, and we're getting together with friends. With everything we have going on we thought we would bring back one of our most listened to episodes with Nedra Tawwab all on boundaries.Nedra does such a good job of explaining boundaries, the need for them, and how to implement them into your life. Every time we listen to this episode we find ourselves saying “no” so much more often because it makes our “yeses” feel that much better!We read Nedra Tawwab's book “Set Boundaries, Find Peace: A Guide to Reclaiming Yourself” as a group in our Patreon Book Club and in this episode, we dive into the details of her book and boundaries in general. We have answers to the family member who gives you the guilt trip, the friend who keeps testing the limits, and also with finding the power within yourself to make the changes with boundaries needed in the first place. Follow Needra on InstagramNeedra's WebsiteNeedra's Book; Set Boundaries, Find PeaceNeedra's WorkbookSponsor: 10% off at BETTERHELP: http://betterhelp.com/herselfLet's connect!HERSELF SHOP: https://herself-podcast-favorites.myshopify.comHERSELF PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/herselfpodcastHERSELF INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/herselfpodcastMEET AMY: http://instagram.com/ameskieferMEET ABBY: http://instagram.com/abbyrosegreenThis episode was produced and edited by @pivotballchange.