Retirement Talk for Boomers, Seniors, and Retirees
Communicating across generations is something of a challenge that we retired people have to learn. There are no classes, college courses, or how to books on this one. We must all invent our own method. Or, we can just let it happen if it does.
Tawny and Lisa talk about a recent piece in The New York Times entitled, “How to Stop Ruminating.” Rumination is described as that feeling when your thoughts about an event, conversation, or something else are so excessive and overwhelming that you can't stop them, or they are impacting other aspects of your life. Ways to avoid the rumination cycle are 1) divert your attention, 2) set a worry timer, 3) immerse yourself in the moment and 4) avoid your triggers. Rumination tends to impact women more than men, as well as people prone to perfectionism or insecurity. But the cycle can be broken!Music Minute features Carly Simon and the below study on lyrical analysis.Read the New York Times articleCheck out this wild studyImposter Syndrome VideoPre-Order Tawny's book, Dry Humping: A Guide to Dating, Relating, and Hooking Up Without BoozePurchase Lisa's memoir, Girl Walks Out of a BarThis episode is sponsored by the sober entrepreneurs at Sour Humanoid vinegar! Add a splash of these artisanal vinegars to your dinner to brighten up the flavor of your protein and veggies. Order a bottle (or two!) today at sourhumanoid.com and follow them at @sourhumanoid.
Made For This with Jennie Allen
Read along in Restless - Chapters 10 & 11In this episode, Jennie is talking to one of her lifelong best friends Kathryn Maack. Kathryn is the co-founder of Dwell Ministries, and she loves catalyzing ideas and people toward their highest kingdom potential. Listen as Kathryn and Jennie discuss the different parts of ourselves, where we can grow, and how we can approach God with the whole of who we are.Get Kathryn's Book Whole: The Life-Changing Power of Relating to God with All of YourselfFind more information about about DwellingsGet your copy of RestlessDownload the free Restless Book Club KitHELPFUL LINKS: Join the newsletter | Sign up for texts from Jennie and team CONNECT ON SOCIALS: Instagram | Facebook | TikTok | PinterestThank you to our newest partner, Athletic Greens. Visit athleticgreens.com/madeforthis to receive a free 1-year supply of Vitamin D and 5 free travel packs with your first purchase.
If you have suffered a traumatic incident such as sexual, verbal or physical abuse, it may be hard to relate with others. You may feel like an “alien” or an “outsider” to people who share common ties with you. If you are trying to relate with others and find your new normal, listen to today's episode. We will talk about how you can understand how the mind reacts to situations and people post-trauma. **Sharing is caring!
Kylee Brandon (FL) loves work because it's a gift from the Lord, but so is rest. In this episode, Kylee joins Quinton to talk about how they are learning to relate to work and rest. Things can get out of balance if you don't see both as gifts from the Lord and respond accordingly, so […] The post Relating to Work and Rest appeared first on TeenPact.
Tawny and Lisa talk with Ken Middleton, a wellness advocate and author of the upcoming book,“Bamboozled: How Alcohol Makes Fools of Us All.” He is also the editor of the Mediumpublication, “AINYF: Alcohol is Not Your Friend.” Ken helps people build the best versions ofthemselves by demonstrating that alcohol holds us back from living life to the fullest. Hissobriety started as an experiment that ended up turbocharging his business. He educates others on the things he wish he had known earlier.Music Minute features Lil Uzi Vert and EminemOrder Ken's Book hereEmail Ken@kenmmiddleton.com to join the advanced team for “Bamboozled”Find AINYF hereFollow Ken on Instagram here.Pre-Order Tawny's book, Dry Humping: A Guide to Dating, Relating, and Hooking Up Without BoozePurchase Lisa's memoir, Girl Walks Out of a BarThis episode is sponsored by the sober entrepreneurs at Sour Humanoid vinegar! Add a splash of these artisanal vinegars to your dinner to brighten up the flavor of your protein and veggies. Order a bottle (or two!) today at sourhumanoid.com and follow them at @sourhumanoid.
Statement from Rep. Eric Robertson on the failure to bring legislation relating to law enforcement vehicular pursuits to the House floor. He joins Ari to discuss the details
Rev. Briana Lynn is back in the golden hands to bring us some holy fire about what it means to be a cultural deviant and the necessity of us deepening our relationship with our three main lifelines: our practice, our community, and our connection to nature. Briana brings a fresh perspective on who we choose to trust to bring us the proper context and feedback for our own life experience and growth, and how to take conscious relating to the next level through the paradigm of valences. === 0:00 Intro 7:01 Self-sourcing your own validation 9:08 Embracing the inner deviant 19:53 Context is not everything 24:01 Leadership and authenticity 28:57 We need community 49:02 Conscious relating with valences 1:02:58 Breaking down the word deviant 1:15:11 Conclusion === Rev. Briana Lynn is a rebel with a cause, on a mission to bring more love, gratitude, aliveness & deviance into this world. She mentors, coaches, teaches, facilitates, speaks & inspires women, men & others around the globe with her deep inner spiritual practices as her guide for these teachings. She has an undying passion for authenticity, equality, travel, learning, healing & deepening the connection to people, life, nature & The Great Mystery. Her offerings include: - 1-3 Hour Embodied Keynote Speaker (with audience involvement! ) on any of the above subjects - Hosting in-person events (think spiritual, witchy, HILARIOUS, comedic MC!) - Personally Curated Mentorships, Nature Quests & Plant Teacher Ceremonies - discover more here (available around the world) - Sacred Union Ceremonies (Legal Minister, ordained to perform weddings) - Self Love & The Journey of iValueMe - from Victimhood (abuse) to Highly Valued! - Embodiment practices in relationship to sensuality, money & self worth. - Funeral Rites & Death Ceremonies - 1x1 Spiritual Coaching & Mentorship Journeys Orgasmic Oracle Mystery School: https://o2ms.one/ Instagram and Facebook: @revbrianalynn Briana's Website: theearthtemple.com Ritual Oracle Embodiment: theearthtemple.com/roe === ENROLLMENT FOR FLORESCENCE IS NOW OPEN: https://www.florescence.earth/foundational-course BLU: https://www.instagram.com/bluofearth/ https://www.bluofearth.com/ https://www.florescence.earth DONATE TO THE DEJA BLU PODCAST: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=VACWQVBHTCQ3QSupport the Deja Blu Podcast: https://www.patreon.com/dejablupodcastSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Parker is an 11-year veteran of Nike, where he grew lines of business to more than half a billion dollars in annual revenue. While at Nike, he realized the process and principles they use to market and build their brand as something all businesses could do. He got inspired to build his own copywriting and marketing agency that helps mission-driven businesses attract devoted customers. Parker helps you find the right words to talk about your business, clean up your website, and gain total transformation to hit the mark with your messaging and skyrocket your brand. It really comes down to who your ideal customer is and about messaging and how you talk about your business in a way that gets customers to pay attention. Billion-dollar brands spend 80% of the time on who they're trying to reach. Understanding and knowing them. The words you use should be short and sweet. Don't try and explain it all at once. A perfect example of this is Nike's tagline, “just do it”. Apple, back in the day, used two words to revolutionize their marketing which was “think different”. They weren't trying to sell a computer or a laptop, they were selling an identity. Tap into the transformational identity of who your customers want to become because the reason they buy products is to become better versions of themselves. Connect your products to that better version of your customers and this will have a much greater effect on your marketing and messaging. Be clear on the one big promise that you're delivering to your customers. Focussing on the only big motivating factor, desire and need they have. Don't look to people like Tony Robbins or Nike about how many products they have or things they talk about. Think about what they first got popular with. Nike started with one running shoe for field athletes. They have hundreds of thousands of products now, but they started with just one. The next thing is identifying the big problem your customers have. If you're not talking about their problems, they're going to tune you out and ignore you. It's evolutionary that our brains are hardwired to avoid pain and problems and that's why we need to talk about it and identify this big thing that they aren't getting. Then go one step deeper and talk about how that makes them feel. If we can get people to feel the pain that the problem causes, that'll be remembered. Select the right words to use and make sure the problem is pointed at an external factor, if you turn it inwards and make the problem sound like it's your customer's fault, it can actually turn people off. Use a subtle way of bringing in that internal questioning without pointing the finger at them. Relating it back to your own story when you were not doing what you wanted to do, but you got it together. Knowing your customers is all about self-selecting the people that you want to attract and staying focused on the core service that you offer.In this episode:[02:07] How to hit on key principles of great marketingLooking into who your ideal customer or consumer isHow to talk about your business in a way that gets customers to pay attention[05:28] Be really clear on who your customer to sell an identityWords we need to use to get them to pay attentionDo not explain all your products or services at once[09:17] Identify the desire, the big want, or need your customers haveRefining your messaging framework when you're starting outTalk about the big problem your customers have[11:30] Going even deeper and talking about how that makes them feelFeelings get remembered, but facts get forgottenSelecting the right words to use is really important[15:04] Parker explains how to focus on the external factor when highlighting a problemMaking...
Everyone should show love and kindness towards one another like a family. God speaks to us through the Bible, church, and our own hearts. Show love and grace to others in our church family. The post You – Relating to my Brothers and Sisters appeared first on Bethel Mennonite Church - Gladys VA.
Tawny and Lisa talk to Laura Crossett of Soberlink, which provides a hand-held, remote alcoholbreathalyzer, a great tool for accountability and rebuilding the trust of others. Laura is also inlong-term recovery and shares her recovery story out loud. She notes the challenges she hadtrying to earn the trust of family members she alienated when she was using. They talk abouthow alcohol/drug testing can be a helpful way to demonstrate someone's commitment to stayingsober, which in turn can be a huge gift to both the person getting sober and the others in theirLives.Music Minute features Hoobastank and Counting CrowsFind Soberlink here Email Laura at email@example.comPre-Order Tawny's book, Dry Humping: A Guide to Dating, Relating, and Hooking Up Without BoozePurchase Lisa's memoir, Girl Walks Out of a BarThis episode is sponsored by the sober entrepreneurs at Sour Humanoid vinegar! Add a splash of these artisanal vinegars to your dinner to brighten up the flavor of your protein and veggies. Order a bottle (or two!) today at sourhumanoid.com and follow them at @sourhumanoid.
My guest this month is Amba Kulkarni from the Department of Sanskrit at the University of Hyderabad, who has also been associated with IIT Kanpur and the National Sanskrit University. Professor Kulkarni is best known for her work linking traditional Indian linguistic theory (starting with Pāṇini and focussing on aspects such as Śabdabodha and Kāraka theory as studied especially within the Navya-Nyāya/'Neo-Logical' school of philosophy) and AI theories of Knowledge Representation to effect computer-based cognition of Sanskrit texts. Find out more about her recent book 'Sanskrit Parsing based on the theories of Śabdabodha' here. The article by Rick Briggs that she mentions as her inspiration to apply her Computer Science background to Sanskrit is reprinted here, that by Rajeev Sangal and Vineet Chaitanya can be accessed here, and there is discussion of Bhāratīkṛṣṇa Tīrtha's book on Vedic Mathematics here. She has collaborated extensively with Gérard Huet, best known in Sanskritist circles for his Sanskrit Heritage Site (part of which is the Segmenter). Relating to the parsing of the sentence yānaṃ vanaṃ gacchati 'the vehicle goes to the forest', she mentions the factors śabdabodha considers essential for verbal cognition: yogyatā or mutual compatibility, ākaṅksā or expectancy and saṃniddhi or proximity (read some discussion of these here). More on the three types of meaning of a word (abhidhā or literal, lakṣaṇā or metaphoric/extended and vyañjanā or suggested meaning) e.g. here.If you are a Sanskritist interested in working in computational linguistics, Professor Kulkarni suggests a thorough focus in Kāvya/Kāvyaśāstra, Mīmāṃsā, Nyāya orVyākaraṇa.
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Catie Chase is an experienced educational consultant and coach who specializes in helping students with learning disabilities. With a background in psychology and education, Catie provides valuable insights and strategies to help students achieve their academic and personal goals. Listen in! Timestamped show notes 01:41 - Supporting your entrepreneurial teen 05:05 - Helping neurodiverse learners 08:47 - Relating to the students 14:12 - Creating a nurturing environment 19:05 - Giving teens space for their own decisions 21:23 - Insights for entrepreneurial kids entering college 23:06 - Entrepreneurial schools vs liberal arts schools 26:37 - Hiring an independent educational consultant 34:16 - Being a warm demander 37:44 - Confusing acronyms 40:11 - College in the business/entrepreneurial sense 42:38 - Merit-based aid 44:10 - Student and parent coaching Links Catie's Website: https://www.catiechase.com/
Tawny and Lisa finally got their IRL reunion in New York City and are still buzzing about it.Thanks again to everyone who voted for the podcast in the inaugural Signal Awards! Theytalk about hanging out at the awards party, Tawny's new fab apartment, and Lisa speaking atColumbia Law School. And now you can pre-order Tawny's book, DRY HUMPING: A GUIDETO DATING, RELATING, & HOOKING UP WITHOUT THE BOOZE!Music Minute features Peaches & Herb and MadonnaPre-Order Tawny's book, Dry Humping: A Guide to Dating, Relating, and Hooking Up Without BoozePurchase Lisa's memoir, Girl Walks Out of a BarThis episode is sponsored by the sober entrepreneurs at Sour Humanoid vinegar! Add a splash of these artisanal vinegars to your dinner to brighten up the flavor of your protein and veggies. Order a bottle (or two!) today at sourhumanoid.com and follow them at @sourhumanoid.
Regardless of your current relationship to money, this is a conversation you don't want to miss. Jill and I talk about the various money stories people have and reframing them in ways that will actually serve us. Tune in for a conversation about developing a value-based relationship with money so that you have more of you want in life and less of what you don't. Jill shares some specific and tangible approaches that you can implement right now to create more alignment with what you want out of life and how you have and spend money intentionally. If you are ready to create awareness around your relationship with money and engage intentionally with it, let's chat. Go to jessicasmarro.com to schedule a free call with me. If you haven't already gotten your FREE digital copy of The Unblocked Journal, click HERE to grab one. Feel free to share this podcast widely if you think it might be useful to someone, and be sure to subscribe so that you don't miss an episode.Jill Sirianni is a licensed clinical social worker and co-host of the top-rated Frugal Friends Podcast. Through the podcast, Jill helps people overcome impulse spending and reach their financial goals while also exploring the source of behaviors that cause trauma with money. Alongside her co-host she is helping people become better stewards of their money, time, space, and natural resources. Connect with Jill:On Social Media @frugalfriendspodcastPodcast: Frugal FriendsWebsite: frugalfriendspodcast.comLet's Get Unblocked!
Tawny and Lisa catch up with their friend Shari Hampton, a certified life and recovery coach,consultant, and founder of the non-profit Served Up Sober. They talk about what coaching is(self-discovery, accountability, and support) and what it is not (therapy or 12-step sponsorship).Coaching provides tools and ideas to help people reach goals that may feel out of reach.The coach can't do recovery work for someone else or want it more than they do, though.A coach is one tool in the sobriety toolbox.Music Minute features Beyonce and Cory HenryShari's website and InstagramPre-Order Tawny's book, Dry Humping: A Guide to Dating, Relating, and Hooking Up Without BoozePurchase Lisa's memoir, Girl Walks Out of a BarThis episode is sponsored by the sober entrepreneurs at Sour Humanoid vinegar! Add a splash of these artisanal vinegars to your dinner to brighten up the flavor of your protein and veggies. Order a bottle (or two!) today at sourhumanoid.com and follow them at @sourhumanoid.
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Spatial Simulations with AWS SimSpace Weaver In this episode, Peter sits with Rahul Thakkar to discuss the revolutionary AWS SimSpace Weaver, highlighting its unique function and applications across several industries. Rahul Thakkar is the Director and General Manager of Simulation Technologies at Amazon Web Services. Before AWS, he held multiple executive roles at Boeing, Brivo, PIXIA, and DreamWorks Animation. He is an inventor, and global technology executive with a background in cloud computing, distributed and high-performance computing, media and entertainment, film, television, defense and intelligence, aerospace, and access control. His film credits include Shrek, Antz, and Legend of Bagger Vance. In 2002, he was part of the team that won an Academy Award for Shrek as the Best Animated Feature. Again in 2016, at the 88th Annual Academy Awards, Thakkar received a Technical Achievement Award. Notes AWS SimSpace Weaver enables customers to run extremely large-scale spatial simulations without having to manage any of the underlying infrastructure. It also removes the complexity of state management of entities as they move about the simulation. Previously, carrying out such simulations would be done sequentially, in a cumbersome manner over years but now it can be done in parallel in weeks. Different organizations have tried out this functionality for several scenarios and the results have been amazing. This value was largely made possible due to the approach of working with customer feedback. Rahul's interest in the cloud came much later in his career which started initially in the R&D department of the Motion Picture industry where he created many of the complex graphics in movies. He later moved into a small start-up that was developing technologies for satellite imagery and mapping, and from here he moved to aerospace. Generally, he observed the problem that it is very expensive for companies to maintain their infrastructure when dealing with simulations. It also would drain resources and distract from the main focus of the company. Eventually, knew he had to use AWS, and now he works with them. All the other primitive tools within AWS are being consumed to build the service. There is also the ability to write to S3 so that customers can write the simulations out. This helps customers to remember how the simulation played out. Relating this new service to the metaverse, Rahul believes that when it comes to the metaverse, each organization has its vision of what it should be. However, AWS built the tools to empower these organizations to build their metaverses. Despite the possibility of having competition from Azure or GCP, the focus of AWS would remain on the customer and their needs, innovation on their behalf. Identifying new problems that the service would be very applicable for is a great challenge that AWS relies on customers for, to help AWS envision where they want to go with the service. There are definitely many companies running simulations but it is hard to predict how many would migrate to the AWS SimSpace Weaver because it is still a new product. Nonetheless, a lot of industries are interested in this new service. These include smart cities, organizations ranging from local to federal or international, logistics and supply chains, large-scale event planning, or any situation where there is a need to simulate a large problem with digital replicas of the real world. Top Quotes
Latin in Layman’s - A Rhetoric Revolution
Sentio (Latin): 1. Sentience (n.): The ability to perceive and feel things; the capacity to experience sensations. Etymologically, it comes from the Latin root sentio, meaning “to feel”. 2. Sentient (adj.): Capable of perceiving and feeling things; having the capacity to experience sensations. Etymologically, it comes from the Latin root sentio, meaning “to feel”. 3. Sensation (n.): A physical feeling or emotion caused by the stimulation of a sense organ. Etymologically, it comes from the Latin root sentio, meaning “to feel”. 4. Sensory (adj.): Relating to the sense organs; providing or relating to sensation. Etymologically, it comes from the Latin root sentio, meaning “to feel”. 5. Sentiment (n.): An attitude or emotion; a feeling or opinion. Etymologically, it comes from the Latin root sentio, meaning “to feel”. 6. Sentimental (adj.): Relating to or influenced by the emotions; tending to be sentimental. Etymologically, it comes from the Latin root sentio, meaning “to feel”. 7. Sentimentalize (v.): To give a sentimental or emotional character to; to reduce something to melodrama or sentimentality. Etymologically, it comes from the Latin root sentio, meaning “to feel”. 8. Sensibility (n.): The capacity to experience and respond to sensations; keen sensitivity. Etymologically, it comes from the Latin root sentio, meaning “to feel”. 9. Sensitive (adj.): Having a keen awareness of the feelings of others; responsive to the feelings of others. Etymologically, it comes from the Latin root sentio, meaning “to feel”. 10. Sensitize (v.): To make sensitive or responsive to a stimulus. Etymologically, it comes from the Latin root sentio, meaning “to feel”. Video (Latin): 1. Videography: The art or technique of making recordings with a video camera. Etymology: From Latin videō, meaning “I see”. 2. Videotape: Magnetic tape used to record television programs and for other video applications. Etymology: From Latin videō, meaning “I see”. 3. Videocassette: A cassette containing magnetic tape with recorded video images. Etymology: From Latin videō, meaning “I see”. 4. Videodisc: A disc with recorded video images. Etymology: From Latin videō, meaning “I see”. 5. Videophone: A telephone with a video screen. Etymology: From Latin videō, meaning “I see”. 6. Videoconferencing: The transmission of video and audio signals for a meeting between people in different locations. Etymology: From Latin videō, meaning “I see”. Scio (Latin): 1. Sciolism (noun): superficial knowledge of a subject or a narrow range of topics; a display of superficial knowledge; pretentious knowledge; knowing a few facts but not having a deep understanding. Etymologically, this word is derived from the Latin “scio” meaning “I know”. 2. Science (noun): a systematic enterprise that builds and organizes knowledge in the form of testable explanations and predictions about the universe. Etymologically, this word is derived from the Latin “scio” meaning “I know”. 3. Sciography (noun): the technical description of an object or a process. Etymologically, this word is derived from the Latin “scio” meaning “I know”. 4. Scientism (noun): the belief that science provides the only valid method of understanding and knowledge. Etymologically, this word is derived from the Latin “scio” meaning “I know”. 5. Scientist (noun): a person who is engaged in scientific research. Etymologically, this word is derived from the Latin “scio” meaning “I know”. 6. Sciolist (noun): a person who has a superficial knowledge of a particular subject. Etymologically, this word is derived from the Latin “scio” meaning “I know”. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/liam-connerly/support
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Stop making your communication all about you- your need to share information, get feedback or drive different behavior. This episode is all about making an authentic connection and building relationships for better. Always assume positive intent- even if you have a negative reaction. Then engage in a conversation with the other person before inventing your own story about what happened and why. Avoid using violent or combative language that conveys judgement or contains accusations. Being in conflict triggers the fight or flight response, automatically putting you in defensive mode where there is no space for creating solutions. Use language that encourages the other person to engage and relate to you. Start by saying “I notice…” then “I feel…” then “I need…” Don't be afraid to be vulnerable. Vulnerability creates authenticity. Authenticity is needed for trust Trust is the foundation of every relationship. Register for Stressless Success here: https://architecting.samcart.com/products/stressless-success-academy/ Stay Inspired, Angela Join the architecting community: Facebook Group Instagram LinkedIn Clubhouse Interested in sponsoring a show or having me as a guest on your podcast or community? Stop here to get information. Into/outro music Alive by Richard Wasson Copyright 2019
In this installment of The Pocket Coven, we call forth our magic to present to you DIVINING WOMEN, PART 1! This episode has been in the works for a long time and we decided to dive right into talking about wtf divination even is, how we use it, and why it works. Stay tuned for part 2, because it's just too juicy for a single episode. As always, there's even more goodness to this episode if you listen in on Patreon, where we post the extended cuts of every single episode just for members of the Patreon coven. CONNECT WITH THE PODCAST: Stay tuned by following us on Instagram (@pocketcovenpodcast) You can also find us on Facebook. Podcast artwork by the incomparable EJ Landsman. As always, please remember that this podcast is for entertainment purposes only. While we might be professionals in some respects, we are but simple mortal podcasters and should not be confused for your own therapist or doctor. Please seek professional assistance if you are struggling. We recommend our affiliate BetterHelpwith code POCKETCOVEN for 10% off your first month of therapy. We love you! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pocket-coven/support
There’s a new sheriff in town … or well, at least a new Roman Governor. As Festus begins his rule on behalf of Rome, he has a problem that was left to him—Paul’s imprisonment. The Jews want his first act to be handing Paul over to them so they can deal with him as they want. This will gain goodwill for Festus, but previous trials and his own tribunal prove that Paul is not guilty of anything deserving a trial, much less a death sentence. Yet, politics put Felix in a position where he could gain favor over those he is supposed to govern by giving in to their demands. So, Paul drops his trump card—as a Roman citizen he can appeal to Rome, meaning any trial that could result in his death had to be heard in Caesar’s court in the capital city. At this point the Roman government is generally sympathetic to Paul’s arguments and faith and Paul responds with respect, submission, and gentleness. Generally, this should be the posture believers have toward authority. Yet, there are times when the hostility starts with authorities and the government, and believers’ responses might look different. Today we will look at our responsibilities and attitudes as they relate to those who govern and have authority over us.
As we near the end of season 2 of the ESII podcast, we chose our all-time favorite past episodes for you to enjoy. This week, adrienne chose Relating During the Pandemic with Autumn Brown from season 1. Mother, organizer, theologian and writer, Autumn Brown, joins host Mia Herndon on this week's episode of The Emergent Strategy Podcast. In a lively discussion, Autumn talks about parenting during the pandemic, the challenges and positives of relating through technology, and discovers (excitedly) the Hide Self View feature. Transcript found here.
It's Never Too Late with Karen King Untapped Keg Ep 141RJ talks with Karen King, writer, mother, friend, and fellow This Naked Mind Coach In Training. They talk about why it's never too late to begin something new, how you should never give up, and why coaching can help you to make major changes in your life!Do you want to be a part of the show? Go to www.UntappedKeg.com/Community and let us know what your daily mantra or affirmation is to help you get through tough times! You can do so anonymous or read it yourself to hear your voice on the show!When we think about spending money for coaching or mentorship, a lot of the time we scoff at that. Why would we spend money on something that we don't fully understand the benefits of? Well, why not get into what the benefits truly are, how it will help fast track your journey, and what you should look for in a coach or mentor. Why wouldn't you want to INVEST IN YOURSELF?!The very FIRST endorsement for a coach is Jake Yoder of Natural High's Recovery! You can schedule a FREE call with Jake to see if you both would be a fit to work together here: https://calendly.com/naturalhighs/untapped-keg-podcastCheck out Karen's links here:Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/this_alcoholfree_life/Website - www.karenkingcoaching.comEmail - KarenKing@ThisAlcoholFreeLife.comCheck out Untapped Keg's website where you can find all the episodes and social media at: Join The Community: Be Part of the SHOW!!!WebsiteTwitterInstagramYouTubeTime Stamps:0:00 Intro5:00 Karen's Story17:00 Karen NOW27:00 Relating to People32:00 The Power of Community42:00 Vulnerability47:00 Coaching vs Therapy50:00 Karen's TakeawayIf you want some Untapped Keg merch be sure to check out:MerchNeed Help? Dial 988 or:Call Foundations Recovery Networks:confidential and private line at: 877-714-1318 Nationwide Residential & Outpatient Facilities:National Suicide Prevention Hotline 800-273-8255 Games and Online Harrassment Hotline: Just text "SUPPORT" to 23368 https://gameshotline.orgAgain just Text or Dial 988
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If you have believed into Jesus, giving him your life and asking for his, you have the Holy Spirit. You have water aplenty to sustain life. You have that well inside you. You as believers can draw from the very life of God. But, of course, it's not automatic. The refreshment of the living water arises when we pray, “Your will be done.” The Spirit flows in a way we can taste as we offer ourselves to be led, shaped and guided by Christ. His agenda replaces ours. We have to guard this well. To keep it from contamination. To stop listening to so much blather and swill. We have to take the time to draw deep from the well. Reading Scripture. Listening to God in silence. Gathering with his people to worship. Putting his praise on our lips. Learning his Word so we have something to pray. Asking Christ to open our eyes to ways we could love. Accepting his invitation to lay down your will and energy for someone this very day. Aligning your life with Jesus every morning. Filling your mind and words with his words. Drinking deep from him in the Lord's Supper. The well is already there in every believer. Christ Jesus invites us to press deeply into him. To faith into him, drawing on his promises. Drawing on his love. Relating to him. And going forth to love and serve the Lord by loving and serving others.
Bible and Business' Bill English outlines the misguided idea that we can invest into companies with no sin and which churches have the maturity to step into the challenge of elderly care. Aaron Williams, co-author of "Whole: The Life-Changing Power of Relating to God with All of Yourself," shares how the Spirit and the Truth together lead us into right relationship with Jesus. Click here for today's show notes Faith Radio podcasts are made possible by your support. Give now: Click here
With Valentine's Day around the corner, let's visit some of the lunacy that happens in relationships. Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, coach, mediator and trainer, the delightful Matt Ahrens (Self-pres 9), shares his insights into each type's attachment issues. Matt disputes a lot of traditional Attachment Theory and says the whole thing with attachment is a lot more nuanced (which the Enneagram can account for). There are in fact three distinct styles for each type. Get in touch with Matt if this sort of thing lights you up. Instead of episode notes, here is Matt's organisation of the Enneagram types and attachment styles:Core attachment strategy, based on the dominant Center (wounded place)234 - Anxious567 - Avoidant 891 - Disorganised - simultaneous co-arising of both Adaptive style, based on Hornevian groups (the non-wounded place)126 - Anxious 378 - Disorganised 459 - Avoidant Subtype layerSP - Warm (Anxious)SX - Hot (Disorganised)SO - Cool (Avoidant)To summarise: Type 9 - Disorganised/Avoidant + subtypeType 1 - Disorganised/Anxious + subtypeType 2 - Anxious/ Anxious + subtypeType 3 - Anxious/Disorganised + subtypeType 4 - Anxious/Avoidant + subtypeType 5 - Avoidant/Avoidant +subtype Type 6 - Avoidant/Anxious + subtypeType 7 - Avoidant/Disorganised + subtypeType 8 - Disorganised/Disorganised +subtype Find Matthttps://www.linkedin.com/in/mattahrenshttps://themattahrensgroup.com/***Music by Roman Senyk from PixabayPlease leave the podcast a review or rating to help people find it!If you have something to teach me about the Enneagram, please get in touch.Website: www.thepracticalenneagram.comEmail address: rez@thepracticalenneagram
Men, Sex & Pleasure with Cam Fraser
Quicky #10 of the #mensexpleasure podcast. This time I chat with Devin Fredericksen about reframing our relationship with the earth, from Mother to Lover. Devin helps people reconnect to themselves, each other, and Mother Earth in a heart centered path. He supports the Regeneration of the Masculine, with the intention to reunite the global brotherhood. He specializes in sacred sexuality, conscious intimacy, permaculture, and is an ecstatic chef and regenerative farmer. By weaving these elements together, Devin facilitates the process of living in harmonious relationship with ourselves. Devin embraces life with gratitude for every day because of the gift of this opportunity to live life NOW!
In this episode, we welcome back one of Luis's teachers, Maureen Gallagher, a Licensed Psychologist (NY, NJ), Somatic Experiencing Faculty Member, and Inner Relationship Focusing TrainerMaureen and Luis dive deep into Inner Relationship Focusing (IRF), sharing how it has been an integral part to their Somatic Experiencing practices. They explore what it means to have a relationship with various parts of you, in the same way you would with another being. They also explain how IRF helps us connect the "I" we consciously identify with and the other needs or motivations we may have in our body, allowing us to begin to release feelings of shame or guilt and instead pivot to curiosity of these seemingly "out of control" habits and behaviors. Maureen leads us through a brief IRF practice as well as shares details about her IRF course offerings.For more information on Maureen's work, visit: https://embodyingpsychotherapy.com/For more information on Luis' work, visit: https://www.holisticlifenavigation.com/
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YUTORAH: R' Aryeh Lebowitz, Daf Yomi -- Recent Shiurim
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What is colorful relating? In this episode of Wisdom of the Ages, host Ayn Cates Sullivan welcomes guest Leslie Sloane to the show for the third episode of their Color Healing dialogues. They discuss relation color combinations, the feminine and masculine energies in colors, Mary Magdalene and other female-healer archetypes, and using colors to unlock the key to the heart. Do you want to find your colorful key? Then tune in today to learn all about colorful relating!
Please Rate and review if you loved this episode! Thank you for listening! To learn more about working with me please visit www.christinamcarlson.com, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, head over to insta @christinacarlsonlifecoach and follow me! To support me and the podcast with the tap of a button, send me $2.63 (or whatever feels good to you) on Cash app $christyj67 I know we touch on a lot of intense topics in my episodes, but I want to drop a TW here for you just as a reminder. This podcast is explicit in a lot of senses. I trust you to care deeply for yourself In listening, to pause, turn off, leave, care for yourself however you need. Some of these subjects are very intense, and I trust you with you.
In this episode, we welcome back friend of the show, Jeana Brown founder of The Sweet Dark.Jeana shares with us how self-touch and how bringing ritual to self-care or daily hygiene helps to bring us into better communicaiton and relationship with our bodies.She and Luis explore why the intent of self-care and self-touch is not to erase surface-level tension in the body but instead use that tension as a signal or indication of something deeper happening in the body, i.e. coming into right relationship with the body by learning its language.Jeana has generously offered HLN listeners a 20% discount on Tutti, and all-in-one botanical elixir that can be used anywhere you have skin or hair. The discount code is ritual23.For more information on Jeana's work, visit: https://thesweetdark.com/ and on IG @the_sweetdark.For more information on Luis' work, visit: https://www.holisticlifenavigation.com/
Luke 12:13-31In the ‘Parable of the Rich Fool,' Jesus reframes the value of wealth and riches. Far more valuable than worldly wealth is being rich toward God. Relating well to money isn't about the amount of money a person has, but about how content a person is with what he has. Jesus wants his people to be content because he is a trustworthy provider.
Old Testament believers really weren't all that different from believers today. They lived and walked in darkness, they consulted with spiritists and mediums who "peep and mutter," and looked for signs on what to do next in this life. Relating that to today, humans often look to social media, influencers, or the news for advice instead of seeking out what God has already instructed in His Word. Listening to any voice other than God's leaves us distressed in the darkness. However, Jesus appears to us in the darkness and calls for us to "Repent, for the kingdom of Heaven is near." By His death on the cross, we have been released from our darkness and a new Light has dawned. Based on Isaiah 8:19-9:4 and Matthew 4:12-23. If you'd like to leave an offering or monetary donation to our ministry please click here: https://tinyurl.com/stmarcusgive
Awareness That Heals with Robert Strock
This week Robert discusses core childhood relationships and how they can unconsciously affect us in our adult lives. He is joined by his life partner and fellow counselor, and philanthropist, Susan Hough. We are guided on how to use awareness of our feelings and needs by using the Introspective Guides, which can be found at AwarenessThatHeals.org, Robert talks through identifying each of your strongest childhood relationships and the feelings associated with them. It can be shocking what surfaces because our reactions often still reflect our childhood responses. Most of us are in the habit of either suppressing or criticizing those feelings because they frequently don't make sense in our current relationships. People in our original family and the people that we live with experience the most acute responses to our challenging reactions and emotions. The key is not to get rid of feelings, but to do our best to be aware of them, respect them, and foster a response that will support you when they arise. What feelings and sabotaging reactions play out today that are similar to what happened in your childhood? Robert will guide you through a 4-step process of Self-Assessment, Intention to Heal, Inquiry, and Self-Communication. Join Robert and Susan as they share their own childhood experiences to illustrate how these have played out in their own lives. It is important not to compare yourself Read the transcription and listen to this episode at Awareness That Heals.
This spring we as a Church will examine the life, teachings, and commands of Jesus throughout the book of Mark, and explore what it looks like to take our Cornerstone seriously as He provides a foundation of truth across a range of spiritual topics.
Sean Illing talks with Michael Sacasas, an author and teacher exploring the relationship between technology and society in his newsletter, The Convivial Society. This conversation is all about attention: what it exactly is, what its purpose is, and how it is under threat by the technology of modern society and its ubiquitous distractions. Michael calls upon venerated philosophers (like Simone Weil and Iris Murdoch) as well as contemporary writers (like Nicholas Carr and Jenny Odell) to make the case that figuring out how to command our attention is a matter of great moral significance, and is a crucial component of living a good life. Host: Sean Illing (@seanilling), host, The Gray Area Guest: L. Michael Sacasas (@LMSacasas), author of the newsletter The Convivial Society on Substack; associate director, Christian Study Center of Gainesville References: The Frailest Thing: Ten Years of Thinking About the Meaning of Technology by L.M. Sacasas (Gumroad; 2019) "Harrison Bergeron" by Kurt Vonnegut (1961) "Is Google Making Us Stupid?" by Nicholas Carr (The Atlantic; July/August 2008) Understanding Media by Marshall McLuhan (1964) Blaise Pascal on Diversion, from the Pensées (1670) "Reflections on the Right Use of School Studies with a View to the Love of God" by Simone Weil (1942) "The idea of perfection" by Iris Murdoch (1964) "Against Dryness" by Iris Murdoch (1961) Simone Weil, letter to Joë Bousquet, Apr. 13, 1942: "Attention is the rarest and purest form of generosity." "On Two Ways of Relating to the World" by L.M. Sacasas (The Convivial Society, Nov. 22) How to Do Nothing by Jenny Odell (Melville House; 2019) Enjoyed this episode? Rate The Gray Area ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ and leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Subscribe for free. Be the first to hear the next episode of The Gray Area. Subscribe in your favorite podcast app. Support The Gray Area by making a financial contribution to Vox! bit.ly/givepodcasts This episode was made by: Producer: Erikk Geannikis Editor: Amy Drozdowska Engineer: Patrick Boyd Senior Producer: Katelyn Bogucki Editorial Director, Vox Talk: A.M. Hall Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices