We all reach a phase in our lives where we are at a crossroads and are unsure of what we want. We're lost, and there's a part of our existence that feels empty, and we yearn for anything to fill that void. Unfortunately, we sometimes waste our time and energy trying to fill that emptiness with things, habits, or people who will eventually ruin us. Making ill-advised actions and decisions for the sake of superficial fulfillment often leads to our demise. When we take the time to fully understand what it is that we truly want and have clarity on our true purpose in this world, we will not waste our time and energy and will instead fill the void with so many beautiful and good things that only God can provide that are truly worth our time and energy. The North Star Goal is one of High Noon's programs that can help us start working on ourselves and our goals no matter where we are in life. There has been a higher level of success with the North Star Goal approach by identifying one's purpose, goals, and how we want to show up in life. In this episode, Andrew talks about how to figure out what we really want, what our purpose is, as well as where we should devote our time and energy. He also discusses how the North Star Goal, as well as other High Noon programs, can help us in starting to focus on ourselves and our goals in order to fill the void in our lives. What is it that you actually want? It may seem like an easy question, but it is the most difficult to answer, as even ourselves don't know what we want, but we are willing to sacrifice everything to figure it out and get the wholeness we seek in our life. This phase or journey can be difficult, lonely, and painful. But one thing is certain: it will be beautiful as long as we hang in there and surround ourselves with people who can help and guide us, like High Noon, on this rocky road called life. Listen to Episode 123 to learn more! Show Notes High Noon's Programs [1:18] The North Star Goal [2:18] Turning the void in our lives into something we're passionate about [4:44] Vessels to help us reach our full potential? [7:32] Figuring out what we truly want [13:35]
Hello Dear Shaman College Community,Today's sharing is from the Earth Prayers meditations in which we access the movement of breath to open our channels of energy and communication.The teaching here continues on a theme that our embodiment itself is a healing.Everything has been given to us - from the Universe, from Mother Earth, from the Divine. Gratitude, observation, inner exploration, listening and sharing too... are needed.Slowing down, staying steady - like a drumbeat... we ride the journey-horse, over trails through the woods...Let us meet at the Great Tree.Sending many blessings out to all,Kimba and the Shaman College Teamhttps://www.shamancollege.com/blog/you-have-a-communication-vessel
This is Eric Golden and my guest today is Reed McGinley-Stempel. Reed is the co-founder and CEO of Stytch, which is on a mission to eliminate friction and improve security on the internet. Stytch started with passwordless authentication and Reed does a great job explaining why this is so important to businesses. We discuss the power of using Ethereum to sign on to any website and, towards the end of the conversation, Reed shares their newest product, Vessel - a wallet solution that eliminates the need to memorize 12 word seed phrases. Please enjoy my conversation with Reed McGinley-Stempel. For the full show notes, transcript, and links to the best content to learn more, check out the episode page here. ----- This episode is brought to you by Coinbase Prime. Coinbase Prime combines advanced trading, battle-tested custody, financing, and prime services in a single solution. Clients have used our comprehensive investing platform to execute some of the largest trades in the industry because we are the only publicly-traded company with experience trading and custodying crypto assets at scale. Get started with Coinbase Prime today at coinbase.com/prime. ----- Web3 Breakdowns is a property of Colossus, LLC. For more episodes of Web3 Breakdowns, visit joincolossus.com/episodes. Stay up to date on all our podcasts by signing up to Colossus Weekly, our quick dive every Sunday highlighting the top business and investing concepts from our podcasts and the best of what we read that week. Sign up here. Follow us on Twitter: @Web3Breakdowns | @ericgoldenx | @patrick_oshag Show Notes [00:02:18] - [First question] - The history of people using passwords online [00:05:34] - How the password structure we use today came to be [00:08:22] - How attack vectors open up and what hackers do to get your information [00:11:49] - His time at Plaid and how it led to him co-founding Stytch [00:15:20] - What it means to be passwordless for the company and the N users [00:18:17] - How they decided where to put their focus when starting Stytch [00:21:24] - What companies did before Stytch to handle different levels of security [00:22:19] - What the authentication of logging in with Google, Apple or email is [00:25:11] - Their ethos on building for developers and being an API first company [00:28:30] - The pros and cons of being an API company and a SDK company [00:31:45] - His first exposure to the Web3 space and how Stytch plays a role in it [00:36:31] - His thoughts on Web2 and if they will adopt the security measures of Web3 [00:40:14] - How Stytch will make it easier to attend something based on token gated access [00:42:52] - What a passport of the internet is and what Stytch is doing with it [00:47:17] - Their onboarding process for users from the Web2 space [00:54:00] - What he's most excited to see built over the next six months and the next six years
#meditation #ascension #soullossHere I explain about how our body vessel is in a constant flow and flux on our path towards embodiment ,Signup to receive info on all Free Ceremonies, courses and events with Sarita Sol online or at SolHenge:https://mailchi.mp/361ada56f047/events-and-coursesBecome a Patron and enjoy benefits such as Q and A sessions, community guided meditations, free downloads and much more, plus you can help me assist those in need to receive free classes, healings and retreats.https://www.patreon.com/Sarita_SolFor online Virtual Meditation Classes, Manifesting and Healing Retreats, Personal Mentoring, Distant Quantum and Shamanic Healing with Sarita email: firstname.lastname@example.org or go to www.solhenge.com. LBRY@Sarita_SolHengeFor MP3s of courses and guided meditations to download go to: http://www.solhenge.comAvailable Vimeo :https://vimeo.com/user119022760Brand NEWTUBE:https://brandnewtube.com/@saritaBitchute :https://www.bitchute.com/channel/MAbzen5yUKaE/Subscribe our channel : http://bit.ly/3bebvQNFollow on Twitter : @solhengeInstagram : https://www.instagram.com/sarita_solhenge/All Playlist :Accessing the fifth dimension. 5D:http://bit.ly/2JVV5RIHeal Thyself- Body mastery:http://bit.ly/3nsiTdMThe Cosmic Heart Series:http://bit.ly/39hpsuDDimensions within you, Energy Centers Upgrade Series:http://bit.ly/2XqIPvuHeart centered mindfulness techniques:http://bit.ly/2LvvAXSExplore consciousness:http://bit.ly/2MHMLGdManifesting techniques:http://bit.ly/3nsbStxHealing Meditations:http://bit.ly/3osrIpcOracle of Pythia:http://bit.ly/2LhZvD3The Ancient Art of Dream Weaving:http://bit.ly/2XtSbGR
In this fan favorite episode from 2018, Rebecca shares the stories of her three children's births in a hospital setting. Rebecca was diagnosed with Gestational Diabetes with her first two pregnancies and was able to control it with diet. She also talks about her first baby having a two vessel cord, meconium in the water and a short NICU stay as well as her second baby refusing the breast at just two months old. With her third pregnancy Rebecca found research regarding a vitamin that helps prevent Gestational Diabetes and was able to avoid another GD diagnosis. Sponsor: Milkies is generously offering 15% off all Milkies products with the code BirthHour15 at www.fairhavenhealth.com. Know Your Options Online Childbirth Course Beyond the First Latch Course (also comes free with KYO course) Support The Birth Hour via Patreon!
In Christ Jesus, we are heirs to the vast fortune of our loving heavenly Father simply by being born into the royal family. In "Heirs of God" Pastor Lester speaks on how we've been transferred from the dead (no hope) to an inheritance incorruptible, undefiled, living hope. You're able to follow along with the notes on our website and watch the sermons and lessons on YouTube (Learn More). We're looking forward to hearing your testimony! Do you want to sow a seed? You're able to sow a seed on our website. (Sow a seed)
Episode 104. Week in and week out, our standard gear for tasting and evaluating sake is a simple wine glass. This works really well and almost everybody has one nearby. But in Japan, there are a wide variety of shapes, materials and sizes used to make cups for drinking sake. That got us wondering if we should take some other cups out for a test drive and compare them to our usual stemware. This week we are exploring the most common and widely used sake cup: the work-a-day ochoko. Ochokos are small, standard sake cups most often made of ceramic, but also coming in metal, glass and even wooden varieties. These cups can be seen dotting izakaya tables across Japan and are an everyday staple for sake lovers around the world. But how do ochoko stack up against our trusty wine glass? Listen now to our second sake vessel smackdown! #sakerevolutionSupport the show
Welcome to a brand new series I created where I'll be "scoring" what herbs sound like energetically - how these medicinal plants would be heard and felt sonically. Before we start - What is smudging? Smudging is traditionally a ceremony for purifying or cleansing the soul, mind or space of negative energy. In many Native cultures, plants are more than living things, they have a soul, a spirit. If you have been following me on my socials, I talk about the necessity of rebuilding a relationship with Mother. Burning sage is a way of communing with the spiritual realm and connecting to the Spirit of the plant from the earth. By burning the sage with intention, you are asking the Spirit of the sage to lend its cleansing and protective energy into your space, body, energy, etc. The goal for this series is to capture the plants energy, essence and spirit in frequency & melody. Use this sound to remove unwanted energies that take up space in your home, body or mind. You are more than welcome to use this while you actually smudge. Lastly, as an important reminder - INTENTION is everything when partaking in these moments/exchanges. Set the intention. Welcome the spirit of the plant, and visualize the medicine moving through the room or body. Sending love and light to you all! Thank you for support on this channel. -finn --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/saint-finnikin/support
In this conversation, we discuss The Incarnation Cross and share our experiences with each of our Crosses.We break down how we understand Right Angle Crosses and Left Angle Crosses, and what we've seen with those who are Juxtaposition. We share our understanding around “karma” and “destiny” and share perspectives from each of our Crosses: Rachel's Vessel of Love, Aycee's Cross of Rulership, Jasmine's Cross of the Sleeping Phoenix and Vaness's Cross of Healing. We also discuss some other common crosses we've seen.You can find the full episode exclusively in the Spacious App available in the App Store & Google Play.Find Aycee Brown hereFind Rachel Lieberman (Pure Generators) hereFind Jasmine Kenna hereFind Vaness Henry here
Welcome to The Monthly Paradigm with Tom Simak & Sharna Harrington.This is where we talk about the biggest news stories, all things climate change, veganism, fitness, what we're cooking up, wins of the month and everything in-between.Video version: https://youtu.be/Q_Ou6ClDvmIThe key topics in today's episode:02:00 - Tasmania07:00 - Being efficient with minerals11:00 - Half marathon PB14:00 - Election in Australia18:00 - Closing power plants early23:00 - How Corrupt is JBS27:00 - Meat pumped with Carbon monoxide33:30 - Exploding oil Vessel in Nigeria38:00 - Sea Otters and climate change42:30 - Irrawaddy dolphin populations46:00 - 3,000 sq meters of dead fish found52:00 - Fishing fuels the rich01:00:00 - Whale hunting01:03:00 - Humpback Whales01:05:30 - Great Barrier Reef Bleaching01:09:00 - Sustainable tips01:14:00 - Lottery winner opens foundation01:15:30 - Okra removing microplastics01:17:00 - Less culling of chickens in Germany01:21:00 - Vegan athlete wins01:22:30 - New phone cable laws01:24:00 - New vegan school menusResources:JBS Corrupt - https://www.instagram.com/p/CcwTfjvvdST/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=Meat and CO - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5848116/Trinity Spirit Explosion - https://www.proshareng.com/news/Oil%20&%20Gas/SEPCOL-Provides-Update-on-the-Explosion-that-Engulfed-the-Trinity-Spirit-FPSO/61159Irrawaddy Dolphins: WWF ArticleDead Fish in France: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-02-05/floating-carpet-of-dead-fish-found-off-french-coast/100807580Fishing fuelling the rich: https://www.instagram.com/p/CbtJtX4B7j4/Iceland Whale hunting: https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2022/feb/04/iceland-to-end-whaling-in-2024-demand-dwindlesHumpback whales: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-02-26/humpback-whales-no-longer-listed-as-endangered/100862644GBR Bleaching: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-australia-60870239Orka Correction: In the episode I said that it sequesters 400 million tonnes, in fact checking myself it's actually 4,000 tonnes: https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2021/sep/09/worlds-biggest-plant-to-turn-carbon-dioxide-into-rock-opens-in-iceland-orcaThesis on Okra: https://www.proquest.com/openview/beff74237ea08df46c9462a651da4d7a/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=18750&diss=yConnect with me:Instagram | @plant.paradigmYouTube | The Plant Paradigm
A paranormal investigation on the ghost ship so haunted the crew would not stay on-board. When a captain took control of a new navy vessel he laughed off the warnings that it was haunted. Little did he realise that he would soon experience all manner of poltergeist-like activity, and things really escalated when a full-body apparition manifested while at sea. What was the cause of this paranormal activity, and had the phantom come to a gruesome end as some suggested? Explore the lore with author Mark Rees (Ghosts of Wales) as he investigated the weird and wonderful on the Ghosts and Folklore of Wales podcast... if you dare! What is the Ghosts and Folklore of Wales with Mark Rees podcast? The "Ghosts and Folklore of Wales" podcast explores Welsh ghost stories, lore, myths and legends. Launched by author and journalist Mark Rees in early 2020, this weird and wonderful podcast takes a fascinating look at the country's countless curious subjects by combining decades of research and insights from many books and articles with long-lost tales from dusty old tomes. Ranging from "real life" encounters with the uncanny to fantastical tales from the Mabinogion, new episodes are uploaded on Thursdays (weekly most of the time, biweekly when book and media deadlines are looming) and feature everything from pesky poltergeists to fire-breathing dragons. Along with the regular stories you can also expect the odd special guest, an occasional "live" ghost hunt, and all sorts of crazy ideas. Seasonal specials include the dark and Gothic Halloween (Nos Calan Gaeaf) traditions of old, to everyone's favourite skulled-skulled Christmas visitor, the Mari Lwyd herself. Dare you explore haunted Wales? Think of it as opening the Welsh The X-Files, along with some tenuous Ghostbusters links! Be sure to subscribe so you never miss a spooky episode, and for more details and to get in touch with Mark Rees, please visit: Mark Rees homepage Mark Rees on social media Books by Mark Rees Ghosts of Wales podcast
Episode 205: An influx of superb roots artists from Michigan to Nashville has been good for Music City, with Billy Strings, Lindsay Lou, even Jack White. Rather new to the city are The Accidentals, the highly-skilled and daring roots pop trio from Traverse City. Since emerging five years ago, they've toured like crazy and built a large and loyal fan base. They got on a pandemic co-writing tear with some of the greats, including Mary Gauthier and Tom Paxton. And they made their most ambitious and exceptional album yet with 2021's Vessel. I talk with multi-instrumentalists Sav Buist and Katie Larson about the journey from school orchestra as teens to this run of acclaimed, edgy folk music.
In advance of the Montgomery Prayer Breakfast on May 5, 2022, the National Day of Prayer, Jo Hancock of His Vessel Ministries & Kyle Searcy of Fresh Anointing House of Worship shared a preview of the event and commented on the importance of prayer. You can learn more at hisvessel.org.
The major parties have spent the day accusing each other of scare campaigns based on fictious claims and outdated policies. Labor says the Coalition is using unreleased and inaccurate figures to suggest its 'Rewiring the Nation' policy, to upgrade the energy grid will push up electricity prices. The Prime Minister says Labor is spreading a disgusting lie about plans to put age pensioners on an income management card. Guest: Rex Patrick, Independent Senator for South Australia
189 - Sebastian Derosia is an alchemist, founder of the Seattle Psychedelic Society, and owner of The Vessel, a community apothecary in Maltby, WA. Topic discussions include:-Sebastian's introduction into alchemy and early explorations into expanded consciousness -The correlation between the psychedelic experience and freedom movements -Shadow work and spiritual bypassing -How to use psychedelics for a tool of expanded awareness -The necessary death and rebirth of mankind into a new paradigm of freedom Connect with Sebastian:The VesselConnect with Evan:Subscribe on Substackevanmcdermod.orgWork With Me:Homeschool Curriculum SupportTeaching/Tutoring ServicesMasculinity CoachingSpiritual AscensionTarot ReadingsSupport my work directly:Donations: PayPal | Venmo | CryptoThe Fifth Dimension ShopSocial Media:InstagramTelegramTwitterYoutubeEvan's book The Story of Interconnectivity: A Guide to Awakening to Your Natural State is available now! Purchase a copy below!Lulu | Amazon | Barnes & Noble | E-bookIf you like the show, please subscribe & leave us a Review :)Theme Music:Highland Song by Alexander Nakarada | https://www.serpentsoundstudios.comMusic promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.comAttribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/evanmcdermod)
We're back on our Yinzer Game! We are joined by owner Ben and head brewer Lauren from Necromancer Brewing in the good ‘ol 412. We talked about how Necromancer got started & their mission of resurrecting beer styles. We also discussed how Lauren got started brewing, our mutual hate for untappd, and Dan quizzes us on the BJCP. Support the podcast by donating at Anchor.fm/bestbestfriendspod Check out the live stream at Twitch.tv/bestbestfriendspodcast Save $10 on your first box of $25 or more on Tavour with Promo Code BESTBESTFRIENDSPOD Follow Necromancer on Instagram @necromancerbrewing The featured beers of the episode: Rag and Bones (English Golden Ale) by Necromancer Brewing Pacific Gravity (West Coast IPA) by Necromancer Brewing Remember to Subscribe, Rate and Review UNTAPPD - @Bestbestfriendspod INSTAGRAM - @Bestbestfriendspod FACEBOOK - @Bestbestfriendspod TWITTER - @BBFPod EMAIL - BestBestFriendsPod@gmail.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bestbestfriendspod/support
Sex disparities in acute ischemic stroke outcomes are well reported with IV thrombolysis. Despite several studies, there is still a lack of consensus on whether endovascular thrombectomy (EVT) outcomes differ between men and women. In this podcast, we discuss the Selection for Endovascular Treatment in Acute Ischemic Stroke (SELECT) study, in which women had similar discharge outcomes as men following EVT, in a propensity-matched cohort, but the improvement from discharge to 90 days was significantly worse in women, suggesting the influence of post-discharge factors. JNIS Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Felipe C. Albuquerque, interviews Johanna Fifi (Department of Neurosurgery, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York) and Amrou Sarraj (Department of Neurology, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Cleveland, Ohio). Paper available online: https://jnis.bmj.com/content/early/2022/02/28/neurintsurg-2021-018348. Please subscribe to the JNIS Podcast via all podcast platforms, including Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher and Spotify, to get the latest episodes. Also, please consider leaving us a review or a comment on the JNIS Podcast iTunes page: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/jnis-podcast/id942473767. Thank you for listening!
Palm Sunday is the celebration of when Jesus arrived in Jerusalem just before he was to be crucified and resurrected. It's the celebration of the arrival of the King. A King who calls us to live holy lives honoring God's will. This episode was recorded on April 10, 2022, during our 10:30am Palm Sunday worship service. Today's speaker: Carlos Cedeño Translation: Sergio Zurita Audio Engineer: Oliver Kaufmann Theme Music by: Giancarlo Cordon Produced by: William Hartz ========== Christ Fellowship of Elizabeth is a Christian community whose mission is to love God, make disciples, and change the world. We hope you enjoyed this week's message. Make sure you subscribe in Apple Podcast, Google Play, Spotify, or your favorite podcatcher so you never miss an episode. Follow us online: Website: https://cfofelizabeth.com Instagram: https://instagram.com/cfofelizabeth Twitter: https://twitter.com/cfofelizabeth Facebook: https://facebook.com/cfofelizabeth YouTube: https://youtube.com/ChristFellowshipofElizabeth Subscribe to our other podcasts at: https://cfofelizabeth.com/podcasts You can join us in person every Sunday. We gather for worship at 10:30am at The Liberty Center at 1121 Elizabeth Ave, Elizabeth, NJ. You can also join us virtually on our livestream by visiting cfofellizabeth.com/live or visiting our YouTube page. To give your tithe or gift online, you can visit: https://tithe.ly/give_new/www/#/tithe or text "Give" to 856-317-6679. To contact the church by phone, call 908-289-6322. If this is your first time with us or you just want to learn more about our church, please visit: http://www.cfofelizabeth.com/im-new ========== ©2022 Christ Fellowship of Elizabeth Love God. Make Disciples. Change the World. Special Guest: Sergio Zurita.
When we as clay have been marred He makes us into another vessel. What is He making in you? Jeremiah 18:3-6 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/encouragingchristians/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/encouragingchristians/support
Tandy Gutierrez joins us today to discuss Our Bodies as a Fitness Vessel. Fitness can look like many different things—it doesn't have to be boiled down to running long distances or lifting heavy things. Small muscles, slow movements, and rest can all be just as important to our fitness and our results. Noticing what feels good to our bodies can be hard to do but can be so helpful in the long term. Tandy says, “less is the new more!” So, how can we listen better to our bodies? Tandy Gutierrez is the founder & creator of Unicorn Wellness, an online studio that has been bringing Tandy's unique blend of wellness & fitness to her monthly paying subscribers throughout the US, Europe, Asia & Australia since 2013. She has built a community of thousands of women, many of whom belong to her private Facebook group, and who share and support each other in their wellness journey in a brave and safe space. Unicorn Wellness is a lifestyle, as well as a journey, that continues to cultivate a deeply connected community of like minded magic makers (Unicorns) empowering not only themselves, but each other daily and influencing a constructive change in the world in the process. Tandy can be found on Instagram at @tandy_gutierrez, on her podcast called The Magic Spark, and on her website at https://www.unicornwellnessstudio.com/. She is offering our listeners 30 days of free access to her online wellness studio, which you can access here: https://www.unicornwellnessstudio.com/30-day-guest-access Dr. Hammerstedt and her lifestyle coaching team can be found at www.wholisthealth.com and @wholisthealth on Facebook and Instagram as well as the Facebook group Curate Your Health. Wholist helps high performing women and men lose weight for the last time, with an innovative food and mindset coaching program to blueprint YOUR optimal body and mind, with real food, real work, real results… and no products or BS. Come curate YOUR sustainable health future, and personal and professional dynasty. And remember, Who you choose to be Matters. You are valuable, You are worth this, You are your WholeYou.
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Cappy Thompson is an internationally acclaimed Seattle artist known for her mythopoetic narratives on glass created via the grisaille painting technique. Early in her career, she was drawn to the images and symbols of the medieval period, inspired by the Christian tradition of Western Europe as well as the content of Hindu, Pagan, Judaic, Buddhist and Islamic painting. In more recent years, the artist has moved away from mythological narrative and toward compositions on vessels that draw upon images and themes from her personal life. Thus began an autobiographical exploration of world culture and spirituality that continues to the present. Thompson states: “For me, as a narrative painter, the issue has always been content. The issue wasn't glass, the material that I chose some 45 years ago. Nor was it the painting technique—grisaille or gray-tonal painting—that I taught myself to use. My work—which spans several decades and a variety of scales from the intimate to the monumental—has always been driven by content.” Born in Alexandria, Virginia, in 1952, Thompson grew up in Seattle and attended the Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington, where she received her BA in 1976 in painting and printmaking. Basically self-taught, her first professional exposure to glass came in 1975 when she worked for a small studio in Olympia. For several years she learned and worked in solitude until her reputation brought her to the attention of glass artists Charles Parriott, Therman Statom and Dale Chihuly. In 1984 Thompson moved back to Seattle, and her subsequent exposure to artists at Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood, Washington, led her to painting on vessel forms. Thompson's work can be found in collections worldwide, including those of the Corning Museum of Glass, Tacoma Art Museum, Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art, the Chrysler Museum of Art, Museum of Art and Design, and the Microsoft Corporation. Recent exhibitions include Indie Folk: New Art and Songs from the Pacific Northwest, held at The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at Washington State University, Pullman, 2022; The Schneider Museum of Art, Ashland, Oregon, 2022; and Fluid Formations, Whatcom Museum, Bellingham, Washington, on view in 2021. Public commissions include large-scale installations at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, Evergreen State College, and Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts. In 2019, Thompson designed, fabricated and installed eight painted glass windows for Salk Middle School, Spokane, Washington, a project commissioned by Washington State Arts Commission in partnership with Spokane School District. A recipient of an NEA fellowship, the Libensky Award, and Pilchuck's John Hauberg Fellowship, Thompson has also been artist in residence at Pilchuck and at Toyama City Institute. She has served on the Bellevue Arts Museum Advisory Council, the Board of Directors of the Glass Art Society and Pilchuck Glass School's Artistic Program Advisory Committee and continues serving on the Board of Directors for Pottery Northwest. She has taught workshops around the world at Bildwerk, Frauenau, Germany; California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland, California; Canberra School of Art, Canberra, Australia; Centro del Arte Vitro, Monterrey, Mexico; Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, Virginia; International Glass Center, Dudley College, Stourbridge, England; National Sculpture Factory, Cork Ireland; National College of Arts and Design, Dublin, Ireland; Northlands Creative Glass Center, Lybster, Scotland; Penland School of Crafts, Penland, North Carolina; Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood, Washington; and many more. Though each piece tells its own story, there is one general message Thompson tries to convey with her work: “I see now, after more than three decades of work, that I am like those medieval painters striving to express magnificence and beauty. But my expression focuses on the human experience of goodness, of hope and of love.”
We had a fabulous chat with Donna Green in Utopia Gallery, Waterloo, surrounded by her beautiful exhibition, Vessel, which is on at the gallery from 2nd April - 30th April. Go have a look at these amazing ceramics, collages, and drawings, all speaking to each other in a visceral way. We talked to Donna about living in New York, how she came to ceramics, the technicalities of making her work, being a woman in the art world, and all things art! What a lovely woman, talented, humble, and forging new paths with her art! Very exciting to see. She is very inspiring! 'Donna Green's ceramic vessels, although seemingly abstract, are all based on vases and urns that permeate human cultural history.Thrown and altered, the bulbous shapes are melded into contorted, ambiguous forms. Glazes rich in colour, metallic or glossy, matte or layered, drip and pour over the surfaces.Donna Green is included in the current "Clay Dynasty" exhibition of Australian Ceramics at the Powerhouse.' - Whats on Sydney
Keith and Chemda continue with the fallout over The Slap Heard Around the World, including if Keith and Chemda should be allowed to discuss issues involving black people. They discuss the Academy Awards meeting to determine Will Smith's position in the academy and Chris Rock beginning his comedy tour Ego Death. The duo also discusses platinum-selling artist Eric Church canceling an arena show last minute to see his Tar Heels play Duke in the Final Four. Bruce Willis has retired from acting due to aphasia, and KATG remembers his greatest hits and misses.
This week Amy and Katie chat with Susy Schieffelin, a.k.a The Copper Vessel. This episode starts off with a 1 minute sound bath for you to enjoy. The three then discuss the origin of sound bath healing benefits, plus the differences between sound bath yoga, crystal sound baths, and more. Susy shares her story of addiction recovery and long battle with alopecia, plus her cause of alopecia. Listen as she shares her emotional healing journey. Stay till the end to hear Susy tell Amy and Katie how she maintains her daily nirvana, one of the strongest, most enlightened tips the Nirvana Sisters have heard yet.Susy Markoe Schieffelin is a Los Angeles-based sound healer, reiki master, Kundalini yoga teacher, and inspirational speaker who has led sound baths viewed or attended by millions of people all over the world. Susy has brought healing to employees at companies such as Google, Pandora, and Nordstrom, has played crystal bowls with notable artistsincluding Leann Rimes and the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and has been featured in publications such as WSJ, VOGUE, USA TODAY, and Los Angeles Times. Susy is known for her light-filled presence and ability to guide people towards radiant and empowered lives characterized by self-love, serenity, abundance, and joy. She is the founder of the Sound Healer's Academy, an innovative Crystal Alchemy Sound Healing and Spiritual Business Mentorship training, serves as a self-love advocate for brands, has created custom product lines, and offers deeply restorative crystal alchemy sound bath ceremonies and healing rituals both in person and online. Follow on Instagram @thecoppervessel www.thecoppervessel.com The Sound Healers AcademyFind us at www.nirvanasisters.comFollow us @nirvanasisters on InstagramSay hi at email@example.comPlease subscribe, rate, review and share
To use a vessel on Pesah that was used during the year for Hames, it must first undergo koshering through Hag'ala, which literally means to extract or purge the Hames that has been absorbed in the vessel. The method of extraction depends on how the vessel was used. The famous rule of the Gemara is "K'bol'o Kach Polto"- the way the vessel absorbed Hames is the way it extracts. That is, if the vessel was used only with fire without water, it must be made Kosher with fire. If it was used with boiling water, then it must be extracted through boiling water. The type of extraction is based on "Rov Tashmisho"-the majority type of use. For example, it is possible that a fork was used directly with Hames in the fire, but the majority of times the fork was used to stir liquid in a pot. Therefore, it is sufficient to Kosher the fork with boiling water. The question is how can the lesser form of extraction, boiling, work, if even one time it was used directly in the fire? The Rama MiPano (R. Menachem Azaria, 1548-1620, Italy) says in his Responsa (97) that he was asked this question by his students. One answer he brings from the scholars in the Yeshiva is that this rule is limited to cases in which there is only a possibility that it was used directly in the fire, but if there was even one certain instance, it would require extraction via fire. The Rama MiPano brings proof that this rule of the majority applies even to cases in which it was certainly used with fire. Therefore, he offers a new answer to the question and says that the rule applies only to cases in which the vessel hasn't been used in the last 24 hours, i.e. it is not "Ben Yomo, and therefore by Torah law any Hames absorbed in the vessel is already "Pagum"-lost its effectiveness. Since it only needs koshering by Rabbinic law, "Hem Amru V'Hem Amru"-they instituted the problem and they determined the solution, whereby the extraction follows the majority use of the vessel. This approach is also taken by the Peri Hadash ((Rav Hizkiya Da Silva, 1656-1695)It follows that if the vessel had been used for Hames in the last 24 hours, then it would be koshered according to the strictest use done with it, even if only one time. In short, by waiting 24 hours since the vessel was used with Hames, the vessel may be koshered with the method based on its majority use.
Former lawyer and current comedian Tom Delgado joins Keith and The Girl to cover the fallout of the infamous Will Smith Oscar Slap including attorneys citing The Will Smith Defense in violent crimes, the majority of Americans blaming Chris Rock, Jada and Will Smith's Instagram announcements, Chris Rock's ticket sales, and the Academy Awards conducting an official review of what they aired on TV. (Hopefully they recorded it.)
Michael Murphy believes in architecture that promotes connectivity, collectivity, and health, in the broadest sense of the term. As the founding principal and executive director of MASS Design Group, a 14-year-old nonprofit architecture and design collective with main offices in Boston and Kigali, Rwanda, he creates buildings with the aim of aiding individuals and communities, and addressing complex issues—particularly ones exacerbated by politics and time. In addition to hospitals and health centers around the world, MASS has created schools, public and private housing, farms, campuses, and other projects centered around healing and hope. This focus shines in some of the firm's recent efforts, including MASS's Restorative Design Justice Lab, which seeks to design decarceration, and its Covid-19 Design Response team, which provides resources to vulnerable populations, such as Indigenous communities and those in senior housing. “Design and Healing: Creative Responses to Epidemics,” an exhibition at the Cooper Hewitt (on view through February 20, 2023) that MASS curated and designed, highlights how architecture can serve people in moments of crisis. MASS's work on memorials further illustrates the firm's dedication to creating affecting architecture. The practice's designs for the National Memorial for Peace and Justice (2018) in Montgomery, Alabama; the Gun Violence Memorial Project (2019); and “The Embrace,” a sculpture created with artist Hank Willis Thomas that will rise from the Boston Common this year, offer visceral, multisensory experiences. On this episode, Murphy talks with Spencer about creating a “Slow Space” movement, architecture as a storytelling device, and why the most successful memorials are those that offer tools for collective engagement.Special thanks to our Season 5 sponsor, L'ÉCOLE, School of Jewelry Arts. Show notes:Full transcript[03:15] MASS Design Group[21:30] The Architecture of Health: Hospital Design and the Construction of Dignity[21:30] “Design and Healing: Creative Responses to Epidemics”[22:10] Michael Murphy's 2016 TED Talk [34:30] Restorative Justice Design Lab[44:39] National Memorial for Peace and Justice[44:39] “The Embrace”[47:21] Kigali Genocide Memorial—African Center for Peace[55:18] Gun Violence Memorial Project [01:06:30] Butaro District Hospital
Our show is renewed with our Generation X attitude and energy. Yes, of course we are talking about Will Smith slapping Chris Rock...why it happened, what could be behind it, and how to be a Vessel of Love. Plus, why Taylor Hawkins' death hit Nate and other Gen X folks so hard and others, like Jason, barely at all. One of Nate's favorite bands ends their hiatus...and we hear a dog whistle...well, a racist dog whistle. Enjoy our renewed Gen X attitude.
Recently, Jeremy was at an event helping a homeless ministry and a man asked if he could share a poem with the group. Jeremy at first didn't expect much but after hearing the poem he shared, he found himself very moved by it.
Ashley Gavin joins KATG to help discuss Foo Fighters' Taylor Hawkins' drug overdose, Dolly Parton being up for a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction whether she likes it or not, and the 2022 Academy Awards featuring The Slap with Will Smith and Chris Rock. It truly is the most wonderful time of the year.
"You are a vessel, built and restored by God, to be filled with the Spirit, so that you can pour the Spirit into the lives of everyone you meet." Sounds great, right? Like a mission of mercy, laid out before you every day and everywhere you go! Well, how many of us understand that this includes our home? In fact, it must start in our home. God has given us family and connection so that we can be patient, loving, merciful encouragers of one another. The qualities Jesus prescribes for being a light to the world must first be shining in our homes. We use our home as a training ground, a proving ground, for godly behavior. Or at least we should. Why is it people treat their families worse than total strangers? How do we all learn that no amount of kindness matters if we aren't kind to our spouse, our kids, our parents and our siblings? Let's dig in on why that is important and what it should look like in the home.- Why do some of us show less patience in our homes than with total strangers?- How is kindness in the home actually needful to be a light in this world?- What are the four qualities in place for everyone on Missions of Mercy?- How must I implement them first and foremost in my marriage and family?- If I practice all of this at home, what affect will that have on all my relationships?
We've all had adverse experiences that have shaped who we are in the present. Like mud in a vessel, they are hard to remove and scrape off. They block our sight and steer us in the wrong directions. Sadly, not many people are able to carry out the journey towards healing intentionally. But spiritual transformation takes time and conscious effort, and it starts by looking inwards. Once you do, you'll start seeing the light once blocked in your vessel.In this episode, Ryan Blair, serial entrepreneur and CEO of AlterCal, joins us to talk about his journey to cultivating his resilience and spirituality. Ryan shares the internal work that led him to the path he walks today. He delves into the concept of removing the mud in the vessel in his spiritual work. Ryan also discusses the spiritual warfare he went through and how it has transformed him. Finally, he shares a miracle he witnessed with his son upon going through spiritual work. If you want to know how to start your spiritual and healing journey, this episode is for you! This episode is brought to you by: CareOfFor 50% off your first Care/of order, go to www.takecareof.com and enter the code: loved50Auratewww.AurateNewYork.com/lovedFor 20% off your first Aurate purchase! Use promo code: lovedChromadexVisit www.truniagen.com/loved use the promo code LOVED to get 20% OFF your first purchase! BabbelGet a 3-month Babbel subscription for FREE that's 6 months for the price of 3. Visit www.babbel.com and use promo code: LOVEDHere are three reasons why you should listen to the full episode:1.Discover the experience of stepping in internally in the healing journey.2.Understand the long and complex process of spiritual warfare and transformation.3.Find out why love should be our end destination.Resources●Contact Ryan:○ AlterCall - https://altercall.com/ ○Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/realryanblair/ ○Twitter - https://twitter.com/ryanblair○LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/ryanblair/●Nothing to Lose, Everything to Gain by Ryan Blair - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004IYISMQ/●Rock Bottom to Rock Star by Ryan Blair - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B010N18KZC●FREE workbook! Apply the lessons you learn from this episode as you listen! https://www.radicallyloved.com/episode-show-notesEpisode Highlights[0:58] Ryan's Journey to Cultivating Resilience[5:35] Using External Accomplishments as a Drive[6:57] Stepping in Internally [8:24] The Path Ryan is in Today[10:43] Removing the Mud in the Vessel[14:16] The Role of His Mom in His Healing Journey[17:11] Giving Himself Grace[19:34] His Spiritual Warfare Experience[23:26] Healing Journey for People Without a Good Support System[25:50] Transformation is a Process[27:40] On the Question of Accessibility[29:29] Entrepreneurship as a Skill[31:21] Witnessing a Miracle in His Son[31:18] Choosing to Believe[38:05] Our Journey to Love and Feeling Radically LovedEnjoy the Podcast?If you felt radically loved from listening to this podcast, subscribe and share it with the people you love! Transformation is a process; help us show people the beauty of healing and spiritual work.Love to give us 5 stars? If you do, we'd love a review from you. Help us reach more people and make them feel loved.Know someone who wants to go into the spiritual journey? A simple way to give advice is to share what you've learned today on social media.Don't forget to follow and message us on these platforms!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/radicallylovedrosie/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/rosieacostaInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/rosieacosta TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@itsrosieacostaThanks for listening! To feeling radically loved,Rosie
One of the hardest things to do as a man is to keep your heart open. And it is in times like these that it's also the most critical. There is an incalculable amount of grief that needs holding and help right now. Will you answer it's call? Did you enjoy the podcast? If so, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or Podchaser. It helps us get into the ears of new listeners, expand the ManTalks Community, and help others find the self-leadership they're looking for. Are you looking to find purpose, navigate transition, or fix your relationships, all with a powerful group of men from around the world? Check out The Alliance and join me today. Check out our Facebook Page or the Men's community. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify For more episodes visit us at ManTalks.com | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles spoke in October 2013 general conference on acknowledging and confronting mental illness. “Though we may feel we are ‘like a broken vessel, … we must remember, that vessel is in the hands of the divine potter,'” said Elder Holland. This episode of the Church News podcast features a licensed psychologist and Latter-day Saint who has spent his career helping individuals struggling with anxiety and mental illness. David T. Morgan, a counselor, author and motivational speaker, uses gospel insights and real-life applications to explore strategies — secular and spiritual — to forge emotional resilience. This podcast continues the previous Church News podcast conversations about mental health, which include “Church News Podcast Episode 37: Sister Aburto on mental, emotional health and the power of turning to the Savior for comfort,” and “Church News Podcast Episode 16: Anxiety and a Church resource for Life Help.” The Church News Podcast is a weekly podcast that invites listeners to make a journey of connection with members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints across the globe. Host Sarah Jane Weaver, reporter and editor for The Church News for a quarter-century, shares a unique view of the stories, events, and most important people who form this international faith. With each episode, listeners are asked to embark on a journey to learn from one another and ponder, “What do I know now?” because of the experience. Produced by KellieAnn Halvorsen. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.