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In this episode we look at Chen Weiming's account of Yang Lu Chan's death, then we look at the Tai Chi Classic "The root lies in the feet, which originates in the legs, dominates at the waist, and manifests in the fingers." from Bai Hua's book. In this week's Patreon we continue our look at the Guiyuan Neigong portion of the book and the Lu Tong Bin 100 Character Tablet.
Darrell Gooden has led such an interesting life, helping businesses and corporations become more heart centered, more conscious of their behavior, their values as a person and how that can help a business. This is why I call him the Corporate Healer. About the guest: Sifu Darrell Gooden, Ph.D. is President and Head Master Instructor of the Mountain Institute for Kung Fu and Tai Chi, a non-profit organization. He has providing instruction to martial arts students from all walks of life, from at-risk youths to seniors in rehabilitation facilities and everyone in between. His classes are currently held at the Ojai Recreation Center. Classes offered include children and adults. The Mountain Institute for Kung Fu and Tai Chi has sponsored several field trips to Beijing China over the years. While in Beijing Sifu Darrell and his associates coached teams of Kung Fu students ranging from 74 years old to 7 years old. Most of his students won gold and a host of other medals. Sifu Darrell Gooden was inducted in the Martial Arts Hall of Fame in 2006. He describes the study of Traditional Chinese Martial Arts as learning to work hard, achieving peaceful confidence and being part of a community. The Ojai Kung Fu Club community inspires the student to be good citizens, virtuous, fulfilled, and engaged in their wellbeing. Sifu Darrell martial arts studies began in earnest, in the late 70s, while he was stationed at Kun San Air Force Base. In 2010 Sifu Darrell was promoted to the rank of Master, 8th degree by the Hang Ling Do Federation. His Title of Sigung means teacher of teachers. He has studied various martial art systems including Shotokan Karate, Tae Kwon Do, Bak Shaolin Eagle Claw, Wing Chun and familiarized himself with all the important movements in the martial arts, such as kick boxing and mixed martial arts. Sigung Darrell continues to be a student of the martial arts. He co-wrote and produced Self Defense for Everyone video program. Sifu Darrell holds several University Degrees: 1. Ph.D. Organization Transformational Studies, Adizes Graduate School 2. Master of Science Technology Management, Pepperdine University 3. Bachelor of Science Management Information System, University of Redlands. Guest Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, mountainkungfu.com About the Hostess: Sharmila Mali is a Self-Love Expert, intuitive healer, Reiki Master Teacher, Akashic Records Reader (in addition to being a podcaster). For the past 20 years, she has been teaching Reiki and intuitive healing. She has a 9 month training, the Confident Healer Reiki training program. FB: @SharmilaTheSelfLoveExpert IG: @sharmilatheselfloveexpert Support the Confident Healer: -DONATE, become a patron and donate one time or monthly, it's easy, www.theconfidenthealer.net/support -Share the podcast with someone that needs it. Intro and Outro Music: The Joker produced by Danya Vodovoz, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iz2XCAr0rc0&list=PLq4r2IOXma9DSwR-JOVaCm3uqYrqwhV1x&index=26 Royalty Free Music. Produced Sharmila Mali Edited by Chris Jessup
Welcome to Creative on Purpose, a show about defining, developing, and delivering the difference only you can make. I'm your host, Scott Perry, encore life coach, author of The Art of Encore Living, and Chief Difference-Maker at Creative on Purpose. In today's episode, I speak with Sandra Tjoa, founder of Qi Tai Chi. Click here to learn more about Sandra and the difference she makes. Ready to play your game all in and full out? Visit CreativeOnPurpose.com to get started now!
Join us for an inspiring conversation with Amanda Rees and learn how you can age well and achieve your health and fitness goals. Her company Age Bold, an online pro-aging health community which she founded with her husband Hari Arul, has been featured in numerous publications including Forbes and The New York Times. Age Bold has been proven to help people of all ages prevent falls, improve their balance and strength, prevent pain and promote brain health. Listen in with Amanda as she shares her expertise and experience on aging boldly and living life to the fullest.Thank you for listening. Please check out @lateboomers on Instagram and our website lateboomers.biz. If you enjoyed this podcast and would like to watch it or listen to more of our episodes, you will find Late Boomers on your favorite podcast platform and on our new YouTube Late Boomers Podcast Channel. We hope we have inspired you and we look forward to your becoming a member of our Late Boomers family of subscribers.
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In this episode we look at Barbara Davis' account of Yang Lu Chan and Wu Yuxiang's relationship and continue looking at the Classics. Check out our Patreon for Bonus content and Interviews.
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We're back, baby! Seems like we're always saying that! Daniel and Bonesaw discuss the 2023 New Japan Cup lineup and cast their predictions as they do every year, but with a twist! They're actually in the same room for the first time in 4 years! Who will reign supreme? Hopefully El Phantasmo!
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In this episode we look at BK Frantzis's version of Yang Lu Chan's life and we discuss the Tai Chi Classic "no hollows, no protuberances". There's aslo a sample of our latest Patreon Epiosde where we continue our look at Ba Hua's biography as well as the first section of Guiyuan Neigung portion of the book. Including a look at the concepts of Jing, QI, Shen. www.theneijiaquanpodcast.com https://www.patreon.com/posts/s3ep4-patreon-78648355
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Naked at a Tai Chi retreat, online playing Counter-Strike, at karaoke, and the Home Depot. Geth learns the unexpected ways people have found love on this special Valentine's Day episode. Live from Sirius XM in NYC, Chris speaks with callers about getting dumped, spicing things up with a bidet, what it's like to date a party clown, and more.
In this episode I am once again joined by Bruce Frantzis, world renowned Taoist master and author of books such as ‘Opening the Energy Gates of your Body' and ‘Taoist Sexual Meditation'. Bruce recounts his training as a Taoist priest in an ancient secret society, including psychic training, sexual training, spiritual training, and more. Bruce discusses his training in Taoist exorcism, recalls the first exorcism he witnessed, and tells stories about exorcising trapped spirits in concentration camps and other sites of historical suffering. Bruce goes into depth about his training with Liu Hung Cheh, the Taoist immortal who would become Bruce's most significant master, and shares impressions and memories from that time including Liu Hung Cheh's last great miracle. Bruce also reflects on personal enlightenment, astral projection, the business of religion, compares Buddhism with Taoism, and considers his own legacy as a Taoist master. … Video version: https://www.guruviking.com/podcast/ep188-esoteric-taoism-bruce-frantzis-2 Also available on Youtube, iTunes, & Spotify – search ‘Guru Viking Podcast'. … Topics Include: 00:00 - Intro 01:09 - Wang Shu Jin and Taoist priesthood 03:01 - China's history of secret societies 04:39 - Inducted into a secret society 08:36 - Branches of learning 09:39 - Witnessing an exorcism 10:50 -Bruce's Taoist sex education 11:55 - Secret psychic training 14:16 - Problem with modern presentations of Buddhism, Taoism, and Christianity 16:23 - The role of a Taoist priest 17:16 - Sexual tests 19:39 - Learning qigong tui na 20:45 - Feeling chi and releasing trauma 26:14 - Varieties of enlightenment 29:42 - Personality development and the human condition 34:31 - Becoming aware of what's inside and clearing out trauma 38:39 - Bruce's teachers' extreme methods 42:50 - Enlightenment and the 10,000 identities 47:53 - Internal alchemy after enlightenment 48:23 - Seeing beyond this life 51:33 - Astral body journeys to other planets 53:28 - The life of Bruce's master, Liu Hung Cheh 57:06 - Bruce reflects on Liu Hung Cheh 59:27 - Life with Liu Hung Cheh 01:03:55 - The death of Liu Hung Cheh and leaving China 01:09:36 - Kalu Rinpoche and mystical visions 01:15:49 - Compassion and Bruce's tonglen practice 01:22:00 - Bruce's greatest gift 01:22:04 - The cultural revolution 01:23:26 - Beginning to teach meditation 01:25:03 - Clearing out trapped spirits in concentration camps and comments on Kabbalah 01:27:53 - Comments on Scientology 01:31:18 - Miraculous physical feats of Liu Hung Cheh 01:32:31 - Liu Hung Cheh's final miracle 01:36:39 - Taoist exorcism 01:38:57 - Sex with 1000 women 01:40:37 - Full effort with no force 01:44:44 - Dzogchen vs Taoism 01:47:53 - The martial and spiritual potentials of Tai Chi 01:52:26 - Buddhism vs Taoism 01:54:54 - Beyond happiness 01:53:44 - Difficulties teaching Taoism in the West 01:56:44 - Bruce's legacy 01:57:40 - Taoism is practical … Previous episode with Bruce Frantzis: - https://www.guruviking.com/podcast/ep171-taoist-master-bruce-frantzis To find out more about Bruce Frantzis, visit: - https://www.energyarts.com/ … For more interviews, videos, and more visit: - www.guruviking.com … Music ‘Deva Dasi' by Steve James
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The power and transformative capacity of tonic herbs are far-reaching, yet often overlooked. However, with the growing interest in holistic healing, more and more people are becoming aware of the potential benefits that tonic herbs can offer. Tonic herbs are a type of herbal medicine that is believed to have an overall positive effect on the body by strengthening its energetic systems. Tonic herbs are often used to support one's overall health and well-being, enhance mental clarity and focus, and relieve stress. It can also boost: Immunity and vitality Improve digestion and sleep quality Regulate hormones And reduce inflammation or skin issues such as acne or eczema. The above motivated Brandon Gilbert, an experienced herbalist, to study Eastern philosophy from the age of 14. Brandon is a serial entrepreneur, who started first business in 2006. After going deep in the alternative health field to resolve own health issues, he felt motivated to share his views and experiences with a larger audience. So he created a YouTube channel HyperionTv.com in 2009, built up a following and then launched Hyperion Herbs in 2010 - “because the world's best herbs and teas should be easy for anyone to obtain”. Medicinal mushrooms everyone should be taking According to Brandon Gilbert some of the most popular tonic herbs include: Reishi mushroom (for calming) Cordyceps (for energy support) Chaga (for the immune system) And Lion's Mane (for neurological benefits). He also advises us to be mindful when purchasing these products since not all products are equal. He suggests that we look for products that are made from the fruiting body of the mushroom, which has been grown on wood and is an extract (rather than just a powder). Understanding the traditional roots of herbalism Brandon also emphasizes the importance of understanding the traditional roots of herbalism. He explains that Chinese medicine was not unified until after World War II, and herbalism was a separate branch with its competing schools, philosophies, and languages. He stresses that it's disrespectful to lump all Asian healing practices into one category since they are all distinct and different when explored in depth. For Brandon himself, practicing internal arts – such as Tai Chi – has been one of the most profound forms of holistic healing he's ever experienced. It has helped him to become more resilient against stressors by softening his body while also making it stronger, increasing flexibility, improving digestion, reducing inflammation and allowing him to eat whatever he wants without requiring external sources for support. Overall, tonic herbs have been used for centuries and are known to be powerful tools for healing and transformation. With the right information and guidance, they can be an effective means of improving one's overall health, vitality, and well-being. In this podcast you will learn: Benefits of taking tonic herbs Benefits of cordyceps and reishi mushrooms How can you tell if a mushroom product is effective Things to look for when purchasing a mushroom extract. And so much more EPISODE RESOURCES: HyperionHerbs.comBIO10 - for 10% off the first order HyperionTv Instagram Youtube
Join SP3 and J-News reviewing NJPW The New Beginning in Sapporo Nights 1 & 2 featuring Will Ospreay vs Taichi and Hiromu Takahashi vs YOH for the IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Championship. Welcome to the Tru Heel Heat Wrestling YouTube channel where we cover the sport of professional wrestling including all WWE TV shows (Raw, Smackdown, & NXT), AEW Dynamite/Dark, IMPACT Wrestling, NJPW, ROH, Dark Side of the Ring and more. Our weekly podcast hosted by SP3, Top Guy JJ & Miss Krssi Luv breaking down the weekly wrestling news and present unfiltered, honest thoughts and opinions for wrestling fans by wrestling fans, drops every Saturday. We also include PPV reviews, countdowns, and exclusive interviews with wrestlers from all promotions hosted by a wide range of personalities such as Romeo, Chris G, Ness, StatKing, Drunk Guy JJ, J-News and more. Subscribe and enable ALL notifications to stay posted for the latest wrestling WWE news, highlights, commentary, updates and more. Become a member of Tru Heels Facebook community: www.facebook.com/groups/1336177103130224/ Subscribe to Tru Heel Heat on YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UC0AmFQmsRyQYPKyRm5hDwNg Follow Tru Heels on Twitter: twitter.com/truheelheat Follow Tru Heels on Instagram: www.instagram.com/truheelheat/ Music composed by JPM
I knew in the depths of my soul that all of this had a reason. I knew I was going to get to the other side. -Dawn Kohler Last week's episode was incredibly powerful and so is part 2 of the story of Dawn Kohler, author of the memoir The Messages. www.dawnkohler.com. Now an in-demand executive coach who helps her clients re-awaken their purpose and their passion, Dawn is an incest survivor who has spent decades working through her deep sense of loss and shame. Her testimony in this interview is not graphic, but it is brutally honest, so if you have children nearby who might hear this interview, I suggest that you wait for a time when you are alone or with other adults. In this interview, Dawn explains that the inaudible messages she was receiving right around her own daughter's 5th birthday were triggered by the fact that her father raped her at that very same age. She also discovers that he shared her with other men who were part of a molestation group. Throughout her deep depression and psychotherapy, Dawn's first husband supported her and somehow, she was able to care for her three children. Says Dawn: “The kids kept me alive. There is no doubt about it. I'm sure I dropped the ball on several occasions, but I wanted to be there for them, no matter what.” Enrolled in the same Tai Chi class as the mother and sister of murder victim Nicole Brown Simpson, Dawn explains how Tai Chi relieves muscle tension and releases feelings of loss and grief. Her experience over a 3 day period when the messages culminated in a profound, divine encounter will remind you of our universal responsibility to love one another or perish. For a life-changing story that simply must be heard, hit that download button. If you or someone you love is experiencing sexual abuse, text HOME to 741741 or go to: www.crisistextline.org to speak immediately to a volunteer crisis counselor.
Dr. Roger Jahnke, OMD, is one of the most respected luminaries in the fields of evidence-based mind-body practice, wellness, integrative medicine, and Chinese medicine for self-transformation. He has dedicated his professional life to sharing the ancient holistic empowerment and healing traditions of China, distilled for contemporary times. As the director and chief instructor of the Institute of Integral Qigong and Tai Chi (IIQTC) in Santa Barbara, California, Dr. Jahnke and his IIQTC colleagues have trained over 3000 Tai Chi and Qigong Teachers and Practice Leaders internationally. With 35 years of clinical practice as a physician of acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine, and 10 research tours to China's temples and sacred mountain sites, Dr. Jahnke has emerged as a key spokesperson for and master teacher of Tai Chi, Qigong, and mind-body practice. During this conversation, we discuss: Roger's background within Chinese and Eastern Medicine Homeopathy and how it can be applied, at varying skill levels The transition from clinical practice to training and teaching Implementing Chinese Medicine principles into healing arts, life and more Roger's first book, The Healer Within: Using Traditional Chinese Techniques to Release Your Body's Own Medicine, delivered a revolutionary guide to self-care with simple medical Qigong practices, adaptable for every lifestyle. His second book, the groundbreaking The Healing Promise of Qi: Creating Extraordinary Wellness Through Qigong and Tai Chi, distills the best practices drawn from 25 traditional and modern forms of Tai Chi and Qigong, and offers guidelines to tailor a personal wellness and empowerment regimen to each individual's unique needs.
Join SP3 and J-News for our NJPW The New Beginning in Sapporo Night 1 & Night 2 Preview breaking down the cards for this weekend's two huge shows for New Japan Pro Wrestling and giving their predictions. Welcome to the Tru Heel Heat Wrestling YouTube channel where we cover the sport of professional wrestling including all WWE TV shows (Raw, Smackdown, & NXT), AEW Dynamite/Dark, IMPACT Wrestling, NJPW, ROH, Dark Side of the Ring and more. Our weekly podcast hosted by SP3, Top Guy JJ & Miss Krssi Luv breaking down the weekly wrestling news and present unfiltered, honest thoughts and opinions for wrestling fans by wrestling fans, drops every Saturday. We also include PPV reviews, countdowns, and exclusive interviews with wrestlers from all promotions hosted by a wide range of personalities such as Romeo, Chris G, Ness, StatKing, Drunk Guy JJ, J-News and more. Subscribe and enable ALL notifications to stay posted for the latest wrestling WWE news, highlights, commentary, updates and more. Become a member of Tru Heels Facebook community: www.facebook.com/groups/1336177103130224/ Subscribe to Tru Heel Heat on YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UC0AmFQmsRyQYPKyRm5hDwNg Follow Tru Heels on Twitter: twitter.com/truheelheat Follow Tru Heels on Instagram: www.instagram.com/truheelheat/ Music composed by JPM
In this episode we continue our look at Yang Lu Chan's life and Bai Hua's Tai Chi Classics. In our Patreon episode we begin an in depth look at Bai Hua's Guiyuan Neigong and Lu Tong Bin's 100 Character Tablet.
What if I told you that with 10 hours of hypnotherapy, your whole life could change for the better? Many people face years of anguish and suffering and try a variety of modalities to heal their agony from talk therapy and meditation to healing retreats and specialized coaches. When there are blockages that run deep, sometimes traditional methods don't get to the root cause of our suffering. Hypnotherapist and Executive Director of the Institute of Interpersonal Hypnotherapy, Matthew Brownstein has studied every dimension of healing the mind, body, and spirit from yoga, reiki, and meditation to acupuncture, mysticism, and Tai Chi. The list is extensive and beyond impressive. His learnings span the globe. An ashram, a monastery, a temple…you name it, Matthew has been there. It was when he discovered hypnotherapy that his life changed completely, and he's been able to help others achieve true transformative healing. Visit https://www.instituteofhypnotherapy.com/. You may be a click or phone call away from being forever transformed. This is such an insightful interview! Ways to connect with Coach Dez: Website: https://bornunbreakable.com/ Podcast: https://podfollow.com/bornunbreakable YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@bornunbreakable Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BornUnbreakable/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bornunbreakable/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bornunbreakable/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/dezunbreakable Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Clubhouse: @dezmaya Ways to connect with Matthew Brownstein: Website: https://www.instituteofhypnotherapy.com/about-matthew-j-brownstein/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheInstituteofInterpersonalHypnotherapy Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/instituteofinterpersonalhypnotherapy Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/instituteofhypnotherapy/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/institute-of-hypnotherapy/ Please subscribe to the podcast and rate and review this episode!
Roger Jahnke, O.M.D. is a doctor of Classical Chinese Medicine with thirty years of clinical practice. He is the Founder and Director of the Institute of Integral Qigong and Tai Chi, and serves as a consultant to hospitals, social service agencies, and corporations in Complementary and Integrative Medicine. He has authored several books including The Healer Within and his most recent book, The Healing Promise of Qi. In 2005, Dr. Jahnke was appointed to co-convene a "National Expert Meeting on Qigong and Tai Chi" in collaboration with the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and the National Blueprint for Active Aging. To find out more about Dr. Jahnke, please visit www.FeeltheQi.com, there you can find his books and programs.To Support The Somatic Primer Podcast Please Visit www.somaticprimer.comThank you for listening!Support the show
Curious about Reiki? Interested in Tai Chi? Or what the heck is Quantum Healing?! Join special guest, Josh Case, who will answer all these questions and more!!Josh Case is an energy healer utilizing Tai Chi, Qi Gong, Reiki, and Quantum healing. He helps his patients move through a wide range of physical, emotional, and spiritual transitions in the most efficient and transformative way possible. He is a military veteran and a physical trainer, so he combines energy healing along with focusing on mobility and functionality.To contact Josh for virtual or in-person sessions: http://www.holisticenergyworker.comJosh shared about Dr. Masaru Emoto's study on water. Look at these pictures!!https://thewellnessenterprise.com/emoto/Jaime's mug: There is Nothing More Fun Than Hanging Out with Your FriendsAngee's mug: Girl BossJosh's mug: My Favorite People Have PawsSUBSCRIBE to The Shrink Show Newsletter: http://www.theshrinkshowpodcast.com/Follow us on all the socials: @TheShrinkShowFaceBook, Instagram, YouTube, TwitterA Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on HurrdatMedia.com.
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I'm so excited to introduce you to Emily Jacobson of Healing Roots in River Falls WI. In this episode we get into the story of Healing Roots. How it came to be, the journey of finding her purpose and passion along with creating a community of clients that are her most favorite people. Healing Roots is part of the 4th edition of Healthy in the Valley. Healthy in the Valley is a FREE digital resource for the entire St. Croix Valley. In each publication, you'll find the areas best & leading business owners who are passionate about health and wellness. Helping and serving you live your best life in mind, body and soul. So if you're local to the St. Croix Valley in Hudson WI - I invite you to grab your FREE copy by going to www.healthyinthevalley.com#healthandwellness#stcroixvalley#hudsonwi#stillwatermn#riverfallswi#healthyinthevalley Did you love today's podcast?
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In this episode, Steve and Tananarive talk about their preparation to start working in a television writers' room and the practices they use to keep centered in both mind and body when life gets busy - including Tai Chi. Learn more about the Tai Chi class Steve teaches at www.firedancetaichi.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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If you're looking to add more exercise into your lifestyle why not consider Tai Chi. It's an ancient Chinese martial art – it's sometimes called “meditation in motion”. It's a series of different postures that gently flow into each other in slow movements. One of the big benefits to Tai Chi is that it can significantly enhance the activity of our immune system. And although it looks gentle, it can be a surprisingly good workout! Michael Mosley speaks to Dr. Parco Siu from the University of Hong Kong, who has been studying the health benefits of Tai Chi for over a decade. His research has revealed that Tai Chi can lead to faster brain benefits than other exercises. He also found that Tai Chi was as effective as conventional exercise like moderate-intensity aerobic exercise or muscle strengthening activities for reducing body weight and visceral fat!
Matthew has traveled the world in pursuit of universal truths that all religions seem to point toward. Hypnotherapy, when performed in safe environments with medical supervision, can guide humans to a sense of peace that Matthew strives daily to share with the world. In this episode, you can take comfort in the years of research he is willing to offer free to anyone who takes the challenge to look deeper inside themselves and simply sit.In this episode:
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Calgary immigration lawyer Evelyn Ackah talks to Dr. Brian Abelson, DC, a Doctor of Chiropractic, the developer of Motion Specific Release (MSR), an International Best Selling Author, and founder of Kinetic Health in Calgary, Alberta. He is also Evelyn's chiropractor and friend. Dr. Abelson lives in a multicultural family, is a world traveller, philanthropist, marathon runner and triathlete. He has a firm belief in living a holistic lifestyle. Evelyn and Brian discussed a wide range of topics including:The benefits of curiosity and lifelong learningAging, tai chi and combining art and science as we age Canada's diversity and aging population Attitudes surrounding charity, immigration and politics Managing change and challengesDr. Abelson also teaches Tai Chi on his YouTube channel @KineticHealthOnline. Book Your Free Case Evaluation here
What's one way we can take care of our bodies as we grow older? Dr. Poole and Callie talk through options for gentle activities that can be adapted to a variety of ability levels and exercise needs to keep us moving at any age. For more on how our health care needs change as we get older, check out the full episode. Resources: The views, opinions, and content expressed in this podcast do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions, or policies of Optum.Visit optum.com for more information about how Optum is helping to create a healthier world.
Check out Xero Shoes - https://xeroshoes.com/go/superhuman Steven Sashen is the co-founder and CEO of Xero Shoes. Steven is the visionary and marketer for Xero Shoes. He is a Masters All-American sprinter (one of the fastest men over the age of 50 in the US) and former All-American gymnast. He was also a professional stand-up comic, cognitive psychology researcher, and taught Tai Chi and Zen Archery. Steven is also the creator of Scriptware, the industry-standard word processor for film and TV writers. Connect with Steven & Xero Shoes: Website - https://xeroshoes.com/go/superhuman IG - https://www.instagram.com/xeroshoes/ YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/@xeroshoes -- Connect with Frank and The Super Human Life on Social Media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coachfrankrich/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/584284948647477/ Website: http://www.thesuperhumanlifepodcast.com/tshlhome YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjB4UrpxtNO2AFtDURMzoKQ
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IT'S WRESTLE KINGDOM SEASON, BABY! The year end (or beginning) wrestling extravaganza unfolds on the grandest stage of them all in the Tokyo Dome! Daniel and Bonesaw review Wrestle Kingdom 17, which was already very long, and get sidetracked several times talking about video games they've played (or cheated at) in the past! Which means that this is an extra big ass episode befitting the mantle of the Antonio Inoki Memorial Wrestle Kingdom! Also, Bonesaw books the correct ending to this show!
#OnassisParungao #UFC #UFCHistoryWe found Onassis Parungao in Connecticut, teaching Kung-fu and Tai-Chi, arts that he has dedicated his life to. In the world of traditional martial arts, Parungao is set apart and associated with MMA because of the following:In 1995, he fought an alternate fight at UFC 7, defeating Francesco "Fang" Maturi. The tournament held together and was won by Marco Ruas, but Parungao was standing by to jump in.In those days, traditional martial artists were known to shun the UFC. You can count on just 1 or 2 hands the number of traditional martial artists who stepped up to test themselves. Parungao is undefeated in the UFC at 1-0. Though it is one fight, very few can make that statement.Before deciding to discontinue in his fighting career, Parungao also traveled to Russia and participated in the notorious 32-man Absolute tournament that was won by Renzo Gracie student Ricardo Morais. Parungao went 1-1 that night.Onassis Parungao goes one on one with Miguel Iturrate of the #LytesOut team. This one is for the hardcores...You can visit Onassis at Connecticut's Cheng Yee (Righteous) Kung Fu School.Subscribe to the Lytes Out Podcast: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnyrswDJ9PkNHqFLOMfIdZw Also, don't forget to join our clips channel for more short-form content - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdcebSeWpoMqcotWR_1rHnQ Socials: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/lytesoutpodcast/ iTunes - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lytes-out-podcast/id1568575809 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/3q8KsfqrSQSjkdPLkdtNWb Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/LytesOutPodcast/ Cash App - $mikedavis1231Venmo - Mike-Davis-63ZELLE: Cutthroatmma@gmail.com / ph#: 773-491-5052 Patreon - Lytesoutpodcast@gmail.comFollow the #LOP team on Instagram: Chris - @chrislightsoutlytle Mike - @mikedavis632 Miguel - @iturratemOutro song: Power - https://tunetank.com/t/2gji/1458-power#MMA #UFC #NHB #LytesOutPodcast #LytesOut #MixedMartialArts #ChrisLytle #MMADetective #MiguelIturrate #MikeDavis #MMAHistory #OldSchoolMMA #FightPodcast #FightTalk #DEEPDIVE #FiftyFightClub#MMAPodcast #FightPodcastSupport the show
Arts Interview with Nancy Kranzberg
Anna Lum, Poet and Co-Founder of Herding Cats Collective, stopped by to talk with Nancy about her life, career and poetry. ------ Anna Lum has taught Tai Chi since 1973. She evolved from computer programming to poetry/design. The Urge to Play God, published by MoonShadow Press led to performing her poetry nationally and internationally. St. Louis' first Poet Laureate Michael Castro's anthology “Crossing the Divide” includes her poem “Sitting Down for Yourself”. Volunteering excessively on numerous arts boards she was named St. Louis Woman of Achievement in cultural awareness in 2002. ----- She is also a co-founder of the Herding Cats Collective. ------
Anadolu'nun Şifacı Kadınları'nı sunduğum programın bu haftaki konuğu Uğur Başak Arpacıoğlu. 1972 yılında İstanbul'da doğan Başak, çocukluğundan bu yana sporla iç içe oldu. İTÜ Mimarlık Fakültesi'ni bitirdikten sonra uzun yıllar mimarlık yapan Başak, Uzakdoğu Felsefi Savaş Sanatları ile tanıştı. Tai Chi ve Chi Gong eğitimleri aldı. Zendo Akademi'yi kuran Başak, Tai Chi, Tao öğretilerini ve geleneksel Daoist yolu teorik ve pratik olarak sunuyor. Başak'ın çalışmalarını ve paylaşımlarını https://www.instagram.com/basakzendo/ veya https://www.instagram.com/zendoakademi/ Instagram sayfasından ya da http://www.zendoakademi.com Internet sayfasıdan takip edebilirsiniz. Keyifli dinlemeler :)
In this interview I am joined by Adam Mizner, internationally renowned tai chi practitioner and meditation teacher. Adam recounts how a troubled childhood saw him begin martial arts and meditation training, and he reflects on his childhood psychic visionary experiences. Adam discusses the nature of internal cultivation, the role of standing practice, and provides a detailed analysis of the remarkable abilities and attainments of his teacher, the Thai Buddhist Arahant, Luang Por Jamnian. Adam also shares his current understanding about the true path of meditation, criticises visualisation practices found in Vajrayana Buddhism, questions the efficacy of tummo meditation, and elaborates on the mechanics of his famous push hands abilities. … Video version: https://www.guruviking.com/podcast/ep182-meditation-maverick-adam-mizner Also available on Youtube, iTunes, & Spotify – search ‘Guru Viking Podcast'. … Topics Include: 00:00 - Intro 00:53 - Difficult childhood & psychic visions 03:13 - Are psychic powers actually an ailment 04:26 - Pros and cons of psychic openness 06:10 - Beginning Tai Chi and meditation 08:09 - Hard training 08:54 - Internal cultivation is not gentle 10:37 - Becoming a Tai Chi creature 15:38 - Adam's early training 18:20 - The power of standing practice 21:21 - Harnessing obsessive qualities for practice 23:15 - Leaving fight training 24:24 - Adam's teachers 26:05 - Aversion to lineage 26:48 - Meeting the arhat Luang Por Jamnian 30:34 - The remarkable spiritual feats of Luang Por Jamnian 33:44 - The life and training of Luang Por Jamnian 36:39 - Beyond mind and body 38:28 - How to transcend mind and body 44:29 - Attained people vs charismatic talkers 47:42 - Different types of enlightened people 52:59 - The true path of meditation 58:41 - Cultivate stillness 01:02:42 - Learning to sit still, even with injuries 01:08:27 - Realising your limits 01:10:29 - Acclimatisation vs transcendence 01:14:46 - Adam on morality 01:18:51 - Imaginary enlightenment 01:19:46 - Critique of visualisation practices of Vajrayana 01:24:39 - The secret of metta cultivation 01:28:08 - Adam on the mirage of tummo 01:31:01 - Can authentic tummo be restored? 01:33:44 - Real transformation 01:42:44 - Practice techniques as sectarian conditioning 01:45:11 - Adam on sex and sexual practice 01:49:47 - Ejaculation and orthorexia 01:52:57 - Men vs women on the path 01:54:46 - Men's hormonal tendencies 01:56:26 - Secret to Adam's Fajing and push hands skills 02:07:07 - Advice for the seeker … To find our more about Adam Mizner, visit: - https://heavenmanearth.com/en/adam-mizner - https://discovertaiji.com/en - https://discovermind.com/en … For more interviews, videos, and more visit: - www.guruviking.com Music ‘Deva Dasi' by Steve James
ThinkComputers Weekly Tech Podcast
This week on the podcast we go over our reviews of the ASRock Z790 Taichi Motherboard and SilverStone SETA Q1 Case. We also discuss more NVIDIA RTX 4070 Ti leaks, Intel B760 motherboards, a crazy new keyboard from Finalmouse, a 500 Hz gaming monitor and much more!
On this episode, Luke and Andy discuss Taka + Taichi 50th Anniversary Celebration! Plus voice emails, and more! Follow us on twitter twitter.com/NeverOpenPod Follow Luke @Grumpy2EB Follow Andy @DrewciferTweets Email us at NeverOpenPod@gmail.com Merchandise available here: https://teespring.com/stores/never-open-podcast Please leave us a review wherever you found this, and thank you for listening!
From across the pond, I welcome Tim Hughes as we tackle how to put the social back into selling. Was it ever there to start off with? We'll also talk about digital identity, literacy and pretty much anything that starts with digital! Actually, let's try something special for today. Here are the show notes: 1 19m - Bhutan - ROH = Return on Happiness 2 22m - Community before Commerce (Social Selling) 3 24m - Selling is Social Networking 4 25m - The Digital Trigger Finger 5 26m - Definition of Social Selling (will there be a test?) 6 27m - Walk the Digital Corridors 7 29m - Come across as different (expert, help) 8 34m - Reciprocity 9 36m - BMW - Buyer is more informed than the saleserson 10 38m - The Mobile Phone and Google 11 39m - Tai Chi them to the sale (empowered salespeople) 12 44m - The change maker 13 50m - Buyercentric profile 14 52m - Digital Dominant (digital twin) 15 59m - Black book (end of brand); Inevitability of leaving Join us! Exclusive 1-minute highlights and/or extended clips of this interview, plus behind-the-scenes looks at the show and group chat are now available for subscribers at just 99c/month on my profile, @jaffejuce on Instagram Watch full episodes at youtube.com/c/josephjaffeisnotfamous. Subscribe at bit.ly/subscribetotheshow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Is it better to be mindless, rather than mindful, in some situations? Well, that would depend on what you mean by mindful vs. mindless – and apparently, we're not all talking about the same thing! In this podcast episode, we will look at these terms - mindful vs. mindless - and how they might apply to movement practice. I recently came across an article in Scientific American entitled "Sometimes Mindlessness is Better than Mindfulness" by Alexander Burgoyne. That statement definitely got my attention, but I soon realized that the author was using the terms “mindful” and “mindless” very differently than the way I would use them as a longterm practitioner of Buddhist Mindfulness Meditation. The author's point was how easy it is to get in your own head when you over-focus on a task that doesn't require your constant micromanagement. One example was a golfer who has mastered their swing, and thus performs better when they don't put all of their attention on the mechanical details of that movement. But is it useful to label that over-thinking mode as "mindfulness," and to suggest that the solution is to be more mindless? In this episode, you'll hear about: how mastery of a task (automaticity) is not the same as doing it mindlessly how mindfulness involves paying attention, but it's not really "thinking about" what you're doing or feeling self-conscious qualities that are essential to mindfulness, like curiosity, non-judgment, and non-attachment to the outcome the "choiceless awareness" or "open monitoring" style of mindfulness practice, which goes beyond focusing on a single activity I will also give some examples of what I think mindless movement actually looks like: planning your grocery list during Tai Chi, competing with the person on the next yoga mat, or pushing past what you're actually feeling in your body because of your expectations. True mindfulness practice is not at odds with the value of automaticity or mastery of a skill. In fact, we teach and learn mindfulness through simple, repetitive, and easy-to-learn movements precisely because that allows us to let go of the mechanics and "drop in." If you've ever felt really present while doing a familiar yoga sequence or Qigong flow, you know what I mean - the simplicity makes it possible for the mind to get quiet and receptive. So, join me for this exploration of what it means to be mindful or mindless! -- For more links and resources mentioned in this episode, find the show notes at movedtomeditate.yoga/podcast. And, you can sign up for your "Library Card" to access this month's FREE practices in the Moved To Meditate Class Library! Feel free to reach out through my website with questions or your thoughts on this episode. Or connect with me on Instagram at @addie_movedtomeditate (for mindfulness, movement, yoga, and pictures of PNW nature and my adorable kitty, Mustache).
GUEST BIO: Jay T. Wiles, Clinical Health Psychologist, HRV Subject Matter Expert, Co-Founder and Chief Scientific Officer at Hanu Health. Dr. Jay is currently working as the Health Behavior Coordinator at WJB Dorn VA Medical Center in Columbia, SC and the Greenville Outpatient VA Clinic. He has specialized training in health behavior coaching, health assessment, nutritional interventions for mental and physical health, Motivational Interviewing, applied psychophysiology, and consultation. Dr. Wiles works as a consultant for companies/organizations, practitioners, and individual patients on nutritional psychology, health behavior change, applied psychophysiology, and health promotion/disease prevention via complementary and integrative practices. He is also Board Certified in Tai Chi for Rehabilitation.Biohacker babes, Lauren Sambataro and Renee Belz. Lauren and Renee grew up in a health-driven family that prioritized the fundamentals of wellness and self-care. Their father, Gene Sambataro, The Original Biohacker and pioneer of Holistic Dentistry, taught them the importance of individualization and experimentation from a very young age. Renee, a Certified Nutritional Consultant and Holistic Lifestyle Coach with a Master's degree in Nutrition, and Lauren, a Broadway performer, Corrective Exercise Specialist, and Functional Health Coach, feel a strong passion and drive to not only share each of their journeys toward wellness, but their strategy and motivation to discover our unique bodies through the world of Biohacking. Their podcast, the Biohacker Babes, aims to create insight into the body's natural healing abilities, strengthen your intuition, and empower you with techniques and modalities to optimize your health and wellness.SHOW NOTES:
I am happy to share this discussion I had with Tai Chi & Qi Gong teacher, Sufi Rubia. Rubia teaches a unique form of Tai Chi and we have the chance to share idea about the connections between the ancient practice of Qi Gong and Yoga. During this conversation she shares how she infuses Tai Chi movement into her daily living.Visit Sifu Rubia on her website www.taichiwellness.onlineUse the promo code FREEQI for a 100% discount on her Short Qi Gong Course.You can follow her on Instagram at @weiwutaichiThanks for listening to this episode. Check out:
Gina and Matthew J. Brownstein's take a deep dive into hypnotherapy. Matthew's journey into spirituality, health, and healing began in 1992 with a profound spiritual awakening that made him begin seeking the truths of all the world's great wisdom traditions. This sudden shift into a spiritual view of life led Matthew to change his major in college to Philosophy, yet in time it became clear to him that Philosophy was too intellectual and did not offer the direct experiences that he sought for. Changing his major to Religion, Matthew soon discovered Mysticism and the more esoteric branches which led to his increased spiritual experiences. Not knowing what to do with this knowledge, he then went to his first Acupuncture College to learn more about how energy blockages keep us from health, wholeness, and spiritual realization. CEO of Anahat Education Group, Inc. (AEG), President of the International Association of Interpersonal Hypnotherapists (IAIH), and the Founder and Executive Director of the Institute of Interpersonal Hypnotherapy (IIH), the first State-Licensed Postsecondary Vocational Hypnotherapy Institute through the US Department of Education's Commission for Independent Education – License #3448. Matthew is also the founder of Silent Light Publishers (SLP) and the Interpersonal NLP Society. Matthew also studied Traditional Chinese Medicine at the Southwest College of Acupuncture, yet soon found Hypnotherapy and NLP and became fascinated with the mind's ability to heal the body, clear emotional blocks, and restore one to their true self as Spirit. This led to a journey into Hypnotherapy which became a huge foundation of Matthew's Life's Work. Matthew's primary inspiration and mentor for Hypnotherapy has been the late-great Mr. Gil Boyne. Matthew has in depth training in Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture, Massage, Nutrition, Shiatsu, Reiki Levels I & II, Herbology, Homeopathy, Hypnotherapy, Breathwork, NLP, Yoga, Tai Chi, Chi Kung, Tai Chi Chih, Meditation, Past-Life Regression, Life-Between-Life Regression, Analytical Hypnotherapy, Hypnoanalysis, Gestalt, Ho'oponopono, and Radical Forgiveness. https://www.instituteofhypnotherapy.com/about-matthew-j-brownstein/ wwwe.theliberatedhgealer.com #hypnosis #energy #therapy #suicideprevention #helpothers #kindness #forgiveness #love #herbology Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Qigong and Tai Chi instructor Sandra Tjoa was not interested in marketing her services outside her locality. She distanced herself from the idea of using the Internet and technology. But after joining The Conscious Marketer's Accelerator Program, she was awakened to the endless possibilities of serving her audience online. Tune in to this new episode of The Conscious Marketer podcast — Accelerate Your Marketing with Sandra Tjoa. Key points covered in this episode: [00:19:15] Allow your audience to express their needs. Going the online route was a challenge for Sandra, but she discovered how she could create strong connections and encourage participation even through a screen. [00:23:24] Reach out to your target audience. Sandra began with fliers and had no interest in marketing. The Accelerator workshops guided her to the right path. [00:28:18] Know the true value of your offer. What do you really tap into? What transformation can you help cultivate with your clients? [00:31:37] Every change makes a difference. Take baby steps and seek guidance. Online marketing can be overwhelming, but trying it out will get you to your success. [00:32:56] Share your origin story. Your audience will feel closer to you and will be compelled to share their experiences as well, giving them a chance to be heard. In the modern day, marketers can be vulnerable. [00:38:42] Practice grounding. You can do this for 30-40 seconds daily in the morning and at night while sitting. This helps alleviate stress and tension. ———————————————————————————————— Sandra Tjoa graduated from the University of Guelph with a degree in Human Biology, Human Kinetics, and from the Michener Institute's Respiratory Therapy program. She met her husband in Saudi Arabia, and for 14 years their family lived in several countries in Asia. During that time, she trained in Qi Gong, Tai Chi, Sword Tai Chi, and Tan Tui with a master in Singapore and since then has studied with masters in British Columbia, Washington, and California. Website: https://qi-taichi.ca/ ———————————————————————————————— The Conscious Marketing Movement is all about building a community of conscious leaders, creators, and entrepreneurs. CONNECT WITH US Join Richard and Kylie in their Facebook group so you can learn how to use conscious marketing in your business. The Marketers Path Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/themarketerspath
The Holistic Counseling Podcast
Is your mind and body out of balance? Can Tai Chi and Qigong help you achieve balance and strength?MEET Tish OakleyI help people learn how to re-establish their mind-body relationship by balancing their energies with Tai Chi, Qigong, and Reiki.Find out more about Tish at Earth Monkey Energies and connect with her on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and YouTubeIN THIS PODCAST:What is Tai Chi and how does it work? 5:24What are the psychological benefits of Tai Chi? 16:58What is Qigong? 26:58What Is Tai Chi & How Does It Work?Making Tai Chi a personalized experienceWhat are the benefits of Tai Chi?Different ways and levels to perform Tai ChiWhat are the 3 main principles of Tai Chi?What Are The Psychological Benefits Of Tai Chi?Tai Chi as an alternative to meditation and mindfulnessResetting your brain when using Tai ChiIntegrating other holistic practices with movementUsing Tai Chi to deal with traumaWhat is Qigong?What are the differences between Tai Chi and QigongFinding balance with mind, body and soul with QigongCombining Tai Chi and QigongUsing Tai Chi and Qigong to regulate your energyConnect With MeInstagram @holisticcounselingpodcastFacebookJoin the private Facebook groupSign up for my free email course: www.holisticcounselingpodcast.comRate, review, and subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, TuneIn, Spotify, and Google Podcasts.Resources Mentioned And Useful Links:Find out more about Tish at Earth Monkey Energies and connect with her on Facebook,