Practice or behavior or habit generally considered immoral, depraved, or degrading in the associated society
Kari Schwear is a perpetual life-learner, a 7-time career-path conqueror; a speaker, writer, coach, and entrepreneur! She's also a former gray area drinker that struggled with understanding how and why she landed there...and she's here today to help you have a better relationship with your vices and ultimately with YOURSELF! Kari is the Founder of GrayTonic and the Question the Drink℠ movement. Follow Kari: Website: https://www.graytonic.com/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/gray_tonic/ LI: https://www.linkedin.com/in/karischwear/ TW: https://twitter.com/graytonic1 FB: http://facebook.com/kari.schwear Follow Mike: IG, FB, LI, Clubhouse: https://linktr.ee/mikedicioccio 7 Tips to Launch Your Podcast by Social Chameleon: https://www.socialchameleon.us SUBSCRIBE, SHARE & LEAVE A REVIEW!
Welcome to the RMPodcast! Reviews:Venom: Let This Be Over (@ 8:40)Scooby-Doo (@ 30:32) Vices Segment (@ 1:13:56) It's time for Halloween movie reviews once again, and this year we review only family friendly Halloween films! Before we dive into our first Halloween review however, we discuss Venom: Let There Be Carnage! ScarJo and Disney settle, while IATSE members are poised to go on strike. Who is IATSE and how could this lead to possible film and television production shut downs? Well, you'll only know if you listen in…or Google it, but we'd much prefer you listen in! So sit back and laugh with us as we discuss all of the Hollywood news before finishing off the night with our Vices segment; What Vices have you given up? Remember to catch us LIVE every week at 9 pm EST on Facebook or YouTube. Have a question about the IATSE strike? Are you happy to see Disney and ScarJo settle? Want to share your opinion on our reviews? Well you can by emailing us at email@example.com! Be sure to check out all Red Moon has to offer by visiting our website: www.redmoonproductions.com Headlines: Film and TV productions set to cease ScarJo and Disney settle Venom has $90 million debut
On this episode we're joined by King EL, Omar, Dashawn, and Darius talk about what's been going on the last few weeks. They offer a quick Meek Mill album review. (11:46) The guys started off by having a hilarious convo of being a dad / coach to their younger kid athletes(35:07) they continue with what's your vice / habit that u may have (1:00:00 ) guys go further an discuss could you consider dating a stripper (1:14:30) The conversation gets heated when king El ask the guys “how important is sex in a relationship”…? & how long can they go without sex in a relationship.?
On our last week of "Vices," Joshua Celestin dives deep to help us understand why a dissatisfied heart will always lead to a disappointed life, as exemplified in 1 Timothy 6:6-10. His reflection of this theme comes with practical application points that guide us into seeking godliness and contentment.
This week on Theology Simply Profound, Rob and Bob continue a discussion of John Bunyan's, The Pilgrim's Progress, Book 2. In this episode, we discuss the Pilgrims' another story from old Mr. Honest about Mr. Self-will, who believed “that a man might follow the Vices as well as the Virtues of the Pilgrims; and that if he did […]
Continuing the "Vices" series, David Branch shares with us his personal story of how jealousy has impacted his life. We reflect on 1 Samuel 18 while looking for ways to identify jealousy in our own lives and respond, in order to build God's Kingdom, not our kingdom.
Monologue…; It's about love…; not about the vices; Border mess…; Mark from Houston, TX says we should not demonize those that disagree. --- Back to Malik… Rest on the border…; Robert from the Netherlands wonders if no man is good how can they be evil.
If you are exhausted by what you have to do or feel that you are never doing enough, this episode is for you. This week, Carlie and Lex explore personal and professional burnout, delve into the root causes, and discuss actionable ways to help you process and get through it. The answer is NOT just self-care. Take some time to pour back into you and add these tools to your toolkit.This week's shoutout is Band of Vices, a Black-owned art gallery in the West Adams district of Los Angeles. They have a show featuring Black and POC artists from all around the world until the end of October. Follow them on IG here and support the amazing artists.
In this week's sermon, we navigate Lust and sexual sin. We invite you to "leave shame at the door," as we process what lust looks like for different people, and what are the steps towards the healing that Jesus provides.
Weaponized Vice How often have you heard people say that all sins are equal? If that's the case, committing genocide is the moral equivalent of copying your friend's homework in fifth grade. Yes, both are sins. Yes, both can be mortal sins if one doesn't repent. Yes, both break the commandments (the former the fifth, the latter the seventh) - and yes, someone is going to point out that other commandments are involved here too. But even the most dogmatic Lutheran will be forced to admit that there are indeed worse sins than others. There is a category of sin that is known as “vice.” Vices are sinful personal failings that are not acts of aggression against someone else. One could call them “victimless” crimes. And yes, I realize that there are unintended “victims” of vices (such as family members of a father with a gambling addiction) - but there is a categorical difference between a man who physically rapes a woman vs. a passing lustful thought. Even the most doctrinaire Lutheran would probably not want people jailed or sent to the gallows for gossip or for coveting thy neighbor's Mercedes. There is a danger that Pharisaic people make a big deal out of vices for the purpose of pointing to their own self-righteousness. A teetotaler may enjoy gossiping about the crowd gathered in the bar for happy hour. Someone with no interest in gambling may scowl at the betting going on at horse races. The war on vices has led to blue laws and even national alcohol prohibition, not to mention the horrific unintended consequences of the War on Drugs. Censorship has now come full circle and is being used to stifle the free speech of conservatives and Christians. Examples of vice abound. Every family and every community have examples of those who go a little overboard with the drinking. Aunt Sally may not be face down in the ditch, but maybe she has one or two too many and begins to embarrass herself. Your brother in law Bill may foolishly blow his tax refund at the casino, but he's a young single guy with a lot of money, so it's not that big a deal. Nobody is calling for his excommunication or for a police investigation. And in days past, everyone had an uncle who was unmarried, who always seemed to have a close male friend hanging around, who went out to bars on the weekend. Everybody knew that he had same-sex attraction issues, but nobody berated him for it, but neither did anyone condone it. So, he wasn't ostracized from the family - he was your uncle after all - but neither did he bring up sodomy at the Thanksgiving table. There was a social arrangement. And as long as he stayed away from underage young men, there was a sense of tolerance toward his vice. The pastor may have even given him communion because his sexual proclivities were so well hidden that he genuinely didn't know. Or maybe your gay uncle knew that this was a sinful lifestyle. Maybe he even confessed to the pastor and struggled against this sin - you wouldn't know because it's none of your business, and the pastor probably knows more than you think he does. But we live in a different era. It is as if everything before 2015 was the age of black and white television and Marcus Welby doling out paternal advice on “Father Knows Best.” Today, homosexuality is no longer considered by society as a whole to be a vice, but a virtue. It is a point of pride. It is socially celebrated without exception in movies, TV, music, and every aspect of popular culture. There are local holidays and lurid celebratory parades. It is venerated by mental health professionals and politicians, and now the celebrated category even includes people with sexual fetishes, gender dysphoria, and a host of subjective sexual issues. But nearly every sexual vice has been metamorphized into being the the moral equivalent of, if not the superior to, heterosexuality. At this point, even pedophilia and bestiality are losing their stigma. And there is a concerted effort to normalize sexual deviancy even to pre-school children. I recently saw a back-and-forth on social media between a rostered LCMS male teacher at a Lutheran high school whose FB profile includes a pro-LGBT statement and the six-color rainbow. He also happens to champion Critical Race Theory. When he was challenged on it, he did not address the questions, but simply retorted that “there are gay members of the LCMS” and that people “seem awfully hung up on one sin out of millions.” He never answered the question about whether this view of sexuality was congruent with the Scriptures. He ended up just deleting the thread. In this day and age when Critical Theory and the endorsement and celebration of violations of the Sixth Commandment have become the norm in the secular world, parents who don't want their children “educated” in this manner either homeschool or put their children in Christian schools. They especially turn to LCMS institutions, given our confession of the infallibility of Scripture and the role of the Word of God as the “norming norm” to which we unconditionally submit. For this is not the case with denomination after denomination that has surrendered to the world. So why do we have a rostered teacher who is openly flouting and celebrating adultery? That's what homosexuality and other sexual proclivities celebrated by the secular culture are according to our Small Catechism. Sexuality is a matter of holy matrimony - between one man and one woman for life. In the church, we don't wave flags celebrating divorce. We don't throw a party when a man is unfaithful to his wife. We don't tell an unrepentant woman that she is “courageous” for admitting that she cheats on her husband and has no intention of stopping. We don't have a parade to laud people for looking at pornography. But the vice is now a virtue. It is no longer a vice. This alternative morality, this rejection of Scripture, is being normalized even in our churches. We had at least one Concordia in our university system that had a student club dedicated to the breaking of the Sixth Commandment: an adultery club that met with the blessing of the former university president. Why not a pro-abortion club? Why not a club dedicated to profaning the name of God? Why not a club dedicated to character assassination? Why not a club mocking the idea of church attendance? This teacher's line of reasoning that the Sixth Commandment is being treated differently than all the others is actually true. One could not imagine him promoting Atheism or lusting after his neighbor's wife or committing acts of aggression against other people or even killing them - without incurring the ire of the school's administration or the District President. But this teacher's advocacy of adultery - specifically the socially acceptable variation of sexual inclinations and behaviors that are not heterosexual - seems to be just fine. What we are seeing all around us is weaponized vice. The old social contract of not persecuting your “happy” uncle so long as he was not making it public and keeping his activities between consenting adults has been torn up. Now, your uncle is on a rampage. He will compel business owners to violate their consciences. He will sue them and harass them. He will show up at your church with his friends and protest outside. He will call you names and make you out to be the moral reprobate. He will dox you at your job and try to render you impoverished and socially ostracized. Some of his friends will insist on their right to expose their genitals to women and girls in a spa. He will argue in court for the right of school children to use whatever bathrooms and dressing rooms that they like, and will argue that you parents have no say in the matter. He will make sure that the virtue of violating the Sixth Commandment makes its way to children's TV shows, cereal boxes, and even on the flagpole at the hospital where Christian families may be dealing with illness in the family. He will make sure that his flag flies alongside of national and historical flags - even at American embassies. He will successfully agitate so that federal government jobs include a day set apart to honor the violation of the Sixth Commandment and that all employees will take part. Any Christian who so much as winces will be written up or fired. And now, he will also insist that rostered LCMS teachers celebrate the breaking of the Sixth Commandment, and the school administration and the District President will either pretend not to see it or openly support it. In time, we will get new pastors and seminary professors who will read the Sixth Commandment - and all of the Bible - with a different hermeneutic, one befitting of a hashtag campaign. In time, our churches will redefine marriage to conform to the state and to the New Orthodoxy. And whatever pockets of resistance that are left will just be marginalized and bulldozed over. And who's to say the Nine Commandments in our catechism won't become the Eight Commandments, or the Two Commandments, or the Zero Commandments? We either hold to our confession, or we change it. He either hold our RSOs and DP's accountable, or we will not. We either believe the Holy Scriptures and submit to them, or we don't.
Welcome to the RMPodcast! Review:Shong-Pow Kow-lee and the ancient mythology of finger jewelry counting in 10 or. . . Shang-Chi & The Legend Of The Ten Rings (@ 11:00) Vices Segment (@ 56:31) Marvel's latest film breaks Labor Day weekend records, and once again Marvel has managed to make a hit out of a relatively obscure character. With Shang-Chi raking in the cash, what does this mean for Disney and how they plan to release films in the future? Was Shang-Chi the “experiment” that paid off? We have the answers to these questions and more, and will even share them with you, but you have to listen in! What's better than listening? Why watching of course! Because that way you can see and hear this week's Vices segment - What things are you indifferent towards that you shouldn't be? How do you watch? By catching us LIVE on Facebook and YouTube every Tuesday at 9pm EST of course! . If you'd like to share with us your opinions on Shang-Chi, how movie studios should continue to release new movies, tell us what you're indifferent towards, or would even like to spew profanities at us in writing then please do so by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org! Be sure to check out all Red Moon has to offer by visiting our website: www.redmoonproductions.com Headlines: Shang Chi bests Box Office expectations Telluride film festival wraps with some Oscar hopefuls Michael K. Williams Passes at 54
This week we are introduced to the first specific Vice in this series: Gossip. We look at Proverbs to process what gossip is, why we do it and how we can respond as followers of Jesus, to bring unity in relationships that might have been divided by gossip.
Harpartap and Whytli met during their senior year of high school while participating in first week ice breaker activities. From that day forward, many unforgettable memories were made and introspective conversations were had.Harpartap is currently living in France where he is studying to one day become an architect. In his free time, he lets his artistic juices flow along with diving deeper into his Sikh beliefs and practices. Post high school, the two have continued to stay in touch through penpal letters and the occasional video call.In this episode, Harpartap and Whytli discuss their beliefs and insights about religion and spirituality. He gives a peek into his Sihk faith and practices. We cover the following topics:Myths or misunderstandings about religion & spiritualismDifferences between organized religion & spirituality His Sihk faith, beliefs, & principlesHis personal spiritual practices & meditationMessage to those struggling with their spiritualityTune in to hear the rest of his story and perspectives!//Resources (Provided by Harpartap):5 Vices in Sihkism4,000 Year History of TurbanPositive Affirmations MeditationJup Ji SaheebNanak Naam Courses Song: 100 Days by AJR//Connect with Harpartap & his work:Website: harpartap.frInstagram: @turbanathor//Follow along with the rest of my journey.Instagram:@whytli@inthewakewithwhytliFacebook: Whytli RogersTwitter: @whytliPinterest: WhytliTikTok: @whytli@inthewakewithwhytliLinkedIn: Whytli RogersWebsite: whytli.comContact me here.Support the show (https://paypal.me/whytli?locale.x=en_US)
Introducing the new series, Isaac defines Vices as "addictions and habits that have a grip on our lives." He encourages us to embrace the reality of our brokenness while providing practical steps to aim towards God's ideal design for us. This week's sermon was out of Romans 7:14-25–8:2. To dive deeper on the topic, we recommend "Changes That Heal" by Dr. Henry Cloud: https://www.amazon.com/Changes-That-Heal-Everything-Everyone-ebook/dp/B000SEPHPQ
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Chaque soir, Olivier Delacroix vous ouvre la Libre antenne. Pas de jugements ni de tabous, une conversation franche mais aussi des réponses aux questions que les auditeurs se posent. Un moment d'échange et de partage propice à la confidence pour repartir le cœur plus léger.
Chaque soir, Olivier Delacroix vous ouvre la Libre antenne. Pas de jugements ni de tabous, une conversation franche mais aussi des réponses aux questions que les auditeurs se posent. Un moment d'échange et de partage propice à la confidence pour repartir le cœur plus léger.
You cannot argue with a man that has a story they say. Evangelist Christian Chukwuka, a man who pushed drugs in Sweden for over twenty years and spent about 8 years in prison UNTILL SOMETHING HAPPENED. He has something to share to every one who has a drug story out there. It did not start with you, but you can make a life changing decision today. #Podcastondrugabuse #DrugAbuse #Drugs
Every one is born to be someone great, someone with the capacity to influence and affect nations, beyond making money. Some women, and men go all the way to survive, including selling their bodies for money. This does not help such an individual become what God has made him or her to be. We have Pastor Shalom Chukwuka who has helped a lot of ladies who do this for money come out and begin the journey to becoming everything that God wants them to be. Share this with someone, who is at the verge of becoming a sex worker...there is more.
C.H. believes in fate, destiny, and love at first sight. C.H. fell in love at first sight when she was seventeen. She was married for 41 wonderful years until her husband lost his battle with cancer. Soul mates, their hearts will be joined forever. They have three grown children—one son-in-law, two grandsons, two rescue dogs, and two rescue grand-cats. Her characters rarely follow the synopsis she outlines for them…but C.H. has learned to listen to her characters! Her heroes always have a few of her husband's best qualities: his honesty, his integrity, his compassion for those in need, and his killer broad shoulders. C.H. writes about the things she loves most: Family, her Irish and English Ancestry, Baking and Gardening. Take a trip back in time to Regency England for her new series: The Lords of Vice, or venture back to the Old West with her bestselling Irish Western Series. Fast-forward to the present, stopping at the Circle G Ranch in Pleasure, Texas, before finally landing in Apple Grove, Ohio–Small Town USA–for a slice of Peggy McCormack's Buttermilk Pie! C.H. loves to hear from readers! https://www.chadmirand.com And for more about host Lisa Kessler visit http://Lisa-Kessler.com Book Lights - shining a light on good books!
Doobie Brothers - What Were Once Vices Are Now Habits On this episode, we review an album that is famous for one song but we talk about way more than that song only. It's retro time for us, in a sense. Kick back and enjoy our fun bantering. Our tracks of the week are Chicago's "Wishing You Were Here" and Peter Frampton's "Alright". Our closing track is Lee's song "Honky Tonk Disco." Go to your used record stores, find something you never heard before, buy it and enjoy! Cheers, everyone.
This week VÉRITÉ sits down with artist, songwriter, producer and creative director, Mothica. They discuss her recent success with her single "Vices" and how that's changed the trajectory of her career. They talk about her fierce independence and how that translates into the creation and distribution of her art and how she's learned to trust her gut instincts. Anatomy of an ArtistCreated by VÉRITÉ Produced by Vanessa MagosMusic & Editing by VÉRITÉ Podcast research by Ysenia Bonilla Follow VÉRITÉ:Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/verite/Twitter - https://twitter.com/veriteFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/veritemusicSpotify - Apple Music - https://music.apple.com/us/artist/v%C3%A9rit%C3%A9/900063435Website - http://veriteofficial.com/Contact - email@example.com
Chaque soir, Olivier Delacroix vous ouvre la Libre antenne. Pas de jugements ni de tabous, une conversation franche mais aussi des réponses aux questions que les auditeurs se posent. Un moment d'échange et de partage propice à la confidence pour repartir le cœur plus léger.
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The Pitch -- Opening Set the Scene Two Great Commandments What is the whole point of your life? What is your mission and purpose? What is the most important thing for you to do? Really think about that for a minute. What is your ultimate goal on this planet as a Catholic man or woman? All of us serious Catholics want to love God and neighbor. 36 “Teacher, which is the great commandment in the law?” 37 And he said to him, “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind. 38 This is the great and first commandment. 39 And a second is like it, You shall love your neighbor as yourself. 40 On these two commandments depend all the law and the prophets.” Matthew 22:36-40 Mitch and Sri CCSS "Together, the two love Commandments sum up the Ten Commandments, three of which delineate our responsibilities toward God and seven of which concern our duties toward others." Luke 10:25-28 25 And behold, a lawyer stood up to put him to the test, saying, “Teacher, what shall I do to inherit eternal life?” 26 He said to him, “What is written in the law? How do you read?” 27 And he answered, “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul [being], and with all your strength, and with all your mind; and your neighbor as yourself.” 28 And he said to him, “You have answered right; do this, and you will live.” Highest obligation of every person. Romans 13:8-10 8 Owe no one anything, except to love one another; for he who loves his neighbor has fulfilled the law. 9 The commandments, “You shall not commit adultery, You shall not kill, You shall not steal, You shall not covet,” and any other commandment, are summed up in this sentence, “You shall love your neighbor as yourself.” 10 Love does no wrong to a neighbor; therefore love is the fulfilling of the law. The Hurdle -- a problem we're all facing. Simple, right? But it's not that simple. My Catholic Life With this statement, Jesus gives a complete summary of the moral law found in the Ten Commandments. The first three Commandments reveal that we must love God above all and with all our might. The last six Commandments reveal that we must love our neighbor. The moral law of God is as simple as fulfilling these two more general commandments. But is it all that simple? Well, the answer is both “Yes” and “No.” It's simple in the sense that God's will is not typically complex and difficult to comprehend. Love is spelled out clearly in the Gospels and we are called to embrace a radical life of true love and charity. However, it can be considered difficult in that we are not only called to love, we are called to love with all our being. We must give of ourselves completely and without reserve. This is radical and requires that we hold nothing back. And that's the kicker -- to love God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your strength, and with all your mind. With all of us. Think about what that means. Pablo Gadenz CCSS Luke "The idea is that the commandment to love God embraces every aspect of one's being." Every fiber of our being, every last little bit of ourselves. If we really think about this commandment -- what are the implications To love God in every internal experience -- every thought, emotion, body sensation, intention, impulse attitude, belief, assumption, every desire -- every internal phenomenological experience oriented toward loving God. That requires harmony inside. That requires interior integration for Catholics And Interior Integration for Catholics just happens to be the name of this podcast. And this whole podcast is all about helping to you to get so much closer to loving God and neighbor and yourself with your whole heart, your whole soul, your whole strength and your whole mind, with all of you -- and that is the whole mission of our online outreach Souls and Hearts at soulsandhearts.com Intro -- Welcome to Interior Integration for Catholics I'm clinical psychologist Peter Malinoski and I am here to help guide you toward loving God, neighbor and yourself in an ordered, healthy, holy way. And how do I do that? By focusing on your natural level impediments, your psychological obstacles to tolerated being loved and to loving God, neighbor and ourselves in the best ways possible That is the mission of this podcast -- it's all about your human formation and what you need on the natural level going forward in your life. John the Baptist is the patron saint of this podcast because he prepared the way for the Lord. I'm here to help you get ready by shoring up your natural foundation for the spiritual life This is Episode 72, entitled What Keeps You from Loving? Is it Really Only Your Vices? (Spoiler Alert: No!) Chess analogy -- so the two great Commandments are both simple and complex -- like chess. One Level -- Chess is a simple game -- the rules are really clear and can be learned in five minutes, and the trickiest part of the rules is castling -- rook/king switcheroo thing. Or maybe the en passant pawn capture. On another level, chess is complex -- people spend their professional lives learning to play. Grandmasters learning into old age. Love Your Neighbor as yourself We are supposed to love ourselves Command is not to love our neighbor more than ourselves Not because Jesus is lax: Mt. 5:48 You, therefore, must be perfect, as your heavenly Father is perfect. No one can love you in lieu of you. Doesn't make sense if you think of a person has having monolithic, homogeneous personality -- no space for relationship there. In order to love ourselves other and God, we need interior peace. Fr. Jacques Phillipe: Searching For and Maintaining Peace It is of the greatest importance that we strive to acquire an interior peace, the peace of our hearts. p. 5 The more our soul is peaceful and tranquil, the more God is reflected in it, the more His image expresses itself in us, the more His grace acts through us. p. 5 Quoting St. Seraphim of Sarov "Acquire interior peace and a multitude will find its salvation through you. p. 8 p.11 Very frequently, spiritual combat consists precisely in this: defending one's peace of heart against the enemy who attempts to steal it from us. p. 12. The first goal of spiritual combat, that toward which our efforts must above all else be directed, is not to always obtain a victory (over our temptations, our weaknesses, etc.), rather it is to learn to maintain peace of heart under all circumstances, even in the case of defeat. p. 13 The reasons why we lose our peace are always bad reasons. The reason for Catholic interested in mindfulness -- Greg Bottaro's books Recollection According to the Catholic Encyclopedia, “Recollection, as understood in respect to the spiritual life, means attention to the presence of God in the soul. It includes the withdrawal of the mind from external and earthly affairs in order to attend to God and Divine things. Consequence of a lack of interior peace -- self-absorption Starving waiter syndrome Burning castle analogy. Spiritual approaches to peace -- Fr. Jacques Phillipe -- master of this. Natural approaches to peace You can keep going on the way you are. But what about adding the dimension of interior integration on a natural level -- wouldn't that be fascinating. Interior Integration Dimensions of Understanding Others or Ourselves. 0 Dimensions -- single point in space, -- geometry, no dimensionality. Personalizing it -- you are nothing to me. He who cut me off on the freeway. Bad to me. Totally in orbit around me, no separate identity, not even really human. 1 Dimension -- line -- "Loser" to the person who cut you off on the freeway -- no depth, no dimensionality. Only one quality -- loserliness. Still very personalized. 2 Dimensions -- plane -- "Loser" or maybe a person who is having a bad day. Less personal Cardboard Cutout-- person has a shape, not well understood. 3 Dimensions -- taking into account the emotions, thoughts, body sensations, spiritual aspects, impulses, desires -- person on the way to the hospital More complete snapshot of a moment in time Person has Personality style Needs -- attachment needs and integrity needs Emotions Body sensation. Belief. Thought Intentions Desires Attitudes Impulses. Interpersonal style World view 4 Dimensions -- out of basic geometry now and into physics. The four dimension is physics assesses an object's position in time. Analogy to a person's position in time. Dynamism of the person. Can be one way in one moment and another way in another moment 5th Dimension -- Not the champagne souls band from the late 60s and early 70s with Marylin McCoo -- big Album Age of Aquarias. No new agey stuff here. dimension unseen by humans where the forces of gravity and electromagnetism unite to create a simple but graceful theory of the fundamental forces -- where electromagnetism and gravity unify --- understanding the other person in terms of self and parts -- unity and multiplicity Part of him in a real hurry -- fears his wife will be angry at him if he is late again. Self absorbed. Part of him is fiddling with the radio to distract himself from the fear. Not really about me at all. 6th Dimension -- no longer in just the natural world. Seeing him as a Child of God through the eyes of Faith, as God sees him. Requires supernatural grace Three Dimensional Chess Loving Others Wholly -- all their parts in their complexity. Understanding others Fr. Corapi Jean Vanier of the L'Arche community. Acceptance of reality. Not endorsement. Episode 66 Elements of love -- Benevolence, Capacity, and Constancy Benevolence -- bonae voluntatis in Latin, good will. Capacity Understanding the other Operating in the mode of the receiver Dependent on us understanding ourselves Mistaking what is coming from who Unconscious Capacity to choose the good -- Freedom. Well-governed self Regulated Organized Calm. compassionate Possessing virtues Constancy. Need peace and interior integration. Review of the IFS model of a person - real strength of IFS IFS person = self+parts+body Self: The core of the person, the center of the person. This is who we sense ourselves to be in our best moments, and when our self is free, and unblended with any of our parts, it governs our whole being as an active, compassionate leader. We want to be recollected, we want the self-governing all of our parts Like the conductor -- leading the musicians in an orchestra Like the captain -- leading and governing all the sailors on a ship. When we are recollected, in self, 8 C's Calm Curiosity Compassion Confidence Courage Clarity Connectedness Creativity Kindness Parts: Separate, independently operating personalities within us, each with own unique prominent needs, roles in our lives, emotions, body sensations, guiding beliefs and assumptions, typical thoughts, intentions, desires, attitudes, impulses, interpersonal style, and world view. Each part also has an image of God and also its own approach to sexuality. Robert Falconer calls them insiders. Each part has Personality style Needs -- Episode 62 Attachment needs Integrity needs Emotions Body sensation. Belief. Thought Intentions Desires Attitudes Impulses. Interpersonal style World view Often have burdens Parts have different attachment styles, different ways of connecting. Parts have a different love languages -- Five different Love Languages -- Gary Chapman. Words of affirmation Quality Time Acts of Service Gifts Physical Touch So many parts are hidden. Consider themselves or are considered by other parts to be unacceptable, unlovable, unworthy, dangerous, harmful, inappropriate, or whatever. I don't know myself when I don't know my parts. I don't know my neighbor when I don't know his or her parts. I don't love myself when I don't love my parts I don't love my neighbor when I don't love his parts. IFS turbocharging our understanding of parts, thus enabling us to love all our parts -- dark regions within us, unknown regions within us. This frees us to love others much more completely, in all their parts. Experiential Exercise --Increasing recollection, self energy, Caveats. Quiet place. 8 Cs Calm Curiosity Compassion Confidence Courage Clarity Connectedness Creativity Kindness Closing: Does this podcast really resonate with you? Does it really make sense? Do these experiential exercises Do you want to be with likeminded Catholic who are serious about not only our Catholic Faith but also human formation -- who want to learn more about loving God, loving neighbor and loving self is a psychologically-minded way, drawing from the best of our understandings of the human person from both the spiritual and the natural worlds? Resilient Catholic Community at Souls and Hearts, grew up around my podcast Integration for Catholics -- a place to do that -- registration is open each year in June and December soulsandhearts.com/rcc If you are committed to this podcast, I want you to learn about the Resilient Catholics community. Come with me, come with us -- we are pioneers together on this pilgrimage. Come with us, join us on this adventure on this hard road to life. Questions: Conversation hours -- 317.567.9594 -- email firstname.lastname@example.org. Our community is small and personal. I am looking forward to meeting you. People are surprised when I answer the phone in conversation hours. Go to soulsandhearts.com/rcc -- check out the community. We are open for the month of June or until our 80 spaces are filled -- discerning. Tune in next week -- Is Internal Family System Really Catholic? Blurb for Transistor: Dr. Peter goes right to the core of the Catholic life, our mission to love God and love neighbor and how those depend on us loving ourselves in an ordered way. He discusses seven levels with six dimensions of understanding others, ranging along a continuum of developmental maturity and closes with an experiential exercise to help you discover why you lack interior peace.
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(English) Drugs, violence, killing and so on, most of which derive from ignorance and poverty, are the reasons of much suffering in this world. To stop this vicious cycle, governments should take their role in helping its people get rid of poverty, and family education is of utmost importance here. Supreme Master Ching Hai encouraged all parents, and even grandparents, using their inner wisdom, to guide their off-spring to live an independent and virtuous life. In addition the Supreme Master also explained the ...
What did you learn about parenting from your parents that you want to repeat with your kids? What do you not want to repeat?The answers to those questions are extremely valuable in helping you become the best parent you can be. But sadly, most of us don't dig deep enough. Today, we do by talking about:Our experiences as new parents with babies who haven't been born yetOur fears about becoming parentsAnswer: Do we feel more confident about marriage or parenting?6 things kids need from their parents and how to fill those needsReflect on lessons learned from our parents, good and bad, and how we want to parentHas Restored helped you? Let us know how.Shownotes
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In this weeks episode of the Won Percent Podcast. Beans steals the show! Mike and The Jeff are just trying to get in where they fit in. We have two special guest this week. marlo_da_great & and billionaire_boyz on IG. Hit us up email@example.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/won-percent/support
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A vice is something we turn to when we are feeling BLASTED (Bored, Lonely, Anxious or Angry, Hungry, Sar or Stressed, Tired, Excited, Depressed) and we have run "out of gas". We can turn to our vice when we want to escape these feelings and trade them in for something exciting, rewarding, pleasurable, and when we need to just "numb out". And after bariatric surgery, we actually NEED to buy new clothes because our old ones are falling off our frame. But many of us walk a fine line between need and want, quickly finding our bank accounts drained and the old feelings of shame and guilt returning. Colleen @discoveringcolleen has confronted head-on her post-op shopping vice and is taking steps to overcome this behavior. In this episode, she opens up about her shopping vice and describes what it looked like in her own life. She recalls her "ah-ha" moment and then tells us how she is finding control once again. Episode Topics: Defining vice and understanding how to know if you have one Shopping: past, present, and future Tools for overcoming a vice Reading Recommendations: Kelly McGonigal The Willpower Instinct James Clear Atomic Habits Laurence Heller Healing Developmental Trauma Jessica Ortner The Tapping Solution Bessel Van der Kolk The Body Keeps the Score Judson Brewer The Craving Mind: From Cigarettes to Smartphones We also encourage you to VIEW this podcast on our YouTube channel. We shared some graphics and images that aid our visual learners who listen and enjoy listening! If you like what you hear and see, follow/subscribe to the feed and leave us a review! Our goal is to create content that is of value to our community. If you have a topic, idea, question, or threat you would like us to explore in-depth, please leave us a comment on whatever platform you are listening to or watching from or message us directly on Instagram! We are @east2west_wls and welcome your feedback! Please like, share, and review this podcast- your review helps us grow and reach more people. Where to follow along: Instagram: @east2west_wls YouTube: East2West_WLS Jason: @tha_smithsonian April: @actively_april --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/east2westwls/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/east2westwls/support
Trigger Warning: Alcoholism and Death Bariatric patients face an increased risk of many health issues after surgery. But Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) is one of the least discussed issues, even though it increases our chances of major complications and even death. Study after study has shown an increased risk of AUD, leading to severe complications and death three years post-op. The medical community is not in agreement on why this happens, so many years post-op. But understanding that we are at an increased risk after surgery is all we need to know to better equip ourselves to recognize the warning signs of alcohol dependence and addiction to ensure we do not find ourselves on the wrong side of the statistics. We had the opportunity to sit down with Ryan and his dad Greg to talk about their mother, Lynee. She was one of the first patients to undergo RNY over 20 years ago and died 10 years after her procedure due to chronic and severe medical conditions. A few years after her procedure, she developed AUD and become dependant on alcohol, exhibiting many of the signs of alcoholism. Her drinking dramatically impacted her physical and emotional health, as well as strained relationships with her family. Ryan and Greg directly link her death to her alcoholism. We are so thankful to get to know Lynee through Ryan and Greg. And we are grateful that they are willing to share their personal and intimate moments of their lives with us, to help us all understand the risks we take undergoing bariatric surgery and how we can find lasting success when we think we are "healed". We also encourage you to VIEW this podcast on our YouTube channel. We shared some graphics and images that aid our visual learners who listen and enjoy listening! If you like what you hear and see, follow/subscribe to the feed and leave us a review! Our goal is to create content that is of value to our community. If you have a topic, idea, question, or threat you would like us to explore in-depth, please leave us a comment on whatever platform you are listening to or watching from or message us directly on Instagram! We are @east2west_wls and welcome your feedback! Please like, share, and review this podcast- your review helps us grow and reach more people. Where to follow along: Instagram: @east2west_wls YouTube: East2West_WLS Jason: @tha_smithsonian April: @actively_april --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/east2westwls/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/east2westwls/support
This week after sharing our excitement to be a five-star podcast at last (review us on iTunes please?), we talk a bit about our War on Fescue. Then, we have a conversation about a great talk by Fr. Mike Schmitz at a men's conference in 2018 (linked below).Fr. Mike Schmitz's talk on YouTube - a wonderful 1-hour listen.We are looking forward to saying "why hello" to you by email: CatholicHitch@gmail.com.The intro and outro songs are used under a licensing agreement, and licensed for use on this podcast; they are both by one of our favorite bands: Estradasphere.Podcasts we love:Catholic in a Small TownThe Bible in a Year (with Fr. Mike Schmitz)This Is JenClerically SpeakingThe After Dinner ScholarWord on Fire
Last autumn, we gathered a few of our consumer experts for a discussion on vices. At the time of the original air date, we were in the thick of the COVID-19 pandemic and many of us were months into indulging our vices in order to make it through. Today, we're revisiting that conversation. With some economies opening up and regaining a bit of normalcy, meanwhile, others are experiencing devastating third waves and stalled vaccination programs, how consumers are managing their mental health, finding catharsis, and redefining their sense of community and culture is important now more than ever. And vices have an important role to play - from indulgent food and drink to enticing gaming and gambling. The question is, how do marketers identify their brand's role in all of this? Listen now to find out. Host: Edward Bergen, Consultant, EMEA. Guests: John Poelking, Senior Gaming Analyst, Mintel Reports US. Marcia Mogelonsky, Director of Insight, Mintel Food and Drink. Jonny Forsyth, Associate Director, Mintel Food and Drink.
Our brains are wired to keep us safe when we sense danger. If we are experiencing physical or emotional pain, our brains work every possible scenario until it finds the most effective and efficient way out of the pain. What our brains do not understand is that sometimes those pathways out of pain actually create more lasting and long-term pain because they negatively impact our overall quality of life. Wendy defines a vice as something we turn to when our emotional or physical resources are low. It is something we do to escape, numb, cope, or provide us the temporary relief. Something becomes a vice when it interferes with your quality of life and impacts it negatively. Most vices start out as something pleasurable or something healthy, but when done to excess, cross into the vice category. Identifying and addressing our vices is an important step to finding our happy, healthy weight and overall contentment after bariatric surgery. These vices will eventually lead to weight regain because vices make us feel shameful or guilty, which then draws us back into our old eating habits. We must identify our vices and work to cope with stress and discomfort in different, healthy ways. Episode Topics: Defining vices. Describing how vices impact our lives before and after bariatric surgery. Finite vs infinite vice resources. Learning how we can identify our own vices and how we can get to the root cause of the vice. Tools that we can use to replace or vice with healthy coping skills. Wendy Rawlings is an amazing Licensed Mental Health Counselor who seems patients all over the nation. Visit Wendy online at www.wendyrawlings.com We also encourage you to VIEW this podcast on our YouTube channel. We shared some graphics and images that aid our visual learners who listen and enjoy listening! If you like what you hear and see, follow/subscribe to the feed and leave us a review! Our goal is to create content that is of value to our community. If you have a topic, idea, question, or threat you would like us to explore in-depth, please leave us a comment on whatever platform you are listening to or watching from or message us directly on Instagram! We are @east2west_wls and welcome your feedback! Please like, share, and review this podcast- your review helps us grow and reach more people. Where to follow along: Website: www.east2westwls.com Instagram: @east2west_wls YouTube: East2West_WLS Jason: @tha_smithsonian April: @actively_april --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/east2westwls/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/east2westwls/support
durée : 00:05:54 - Blockbusters - par : Frédérick Sigrist - La tribune des militaires à la retraite qui appelle à l’insurrection dans Valeurs actuelles, l’anniversaire de la mort de Napoléon, un peu de pop culture. Vous mélangez, et vous obtenez le film de SF culte de Paul Verhoeven : "Starship Troopers".
Welcome back pocket amigos! Wifey and Hubby are back this week and ready to talk vices. With May being Mental Health Awareness month we knew this could be something you can relate to! Let's get real. PodShout: What I'd Tell My Younger Self @witmys
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This week I sit down with Matt Lathan and Matt Watkins from the dynamic metal-core band CAPITAL VICES. The Matt's and I discuss the making of their new E.P. "ZENITH", and what brought CAPITAL VICES to creating an Astrological concept album. The Matt's give us a look behind the proverbial curtain of what it takes to build a complicated expansive metal sound. Our discussion takes us on a crazy winding road with stops along the way that range from Kenny G to a Wendy''s dining room. Whether you are a "GEMINI", "LEO", "CANCER or "TAURUS", just know you will never be "LEFT ALONE"!!!
Ed Latimore is a former professional heavy weight boxer, a chess player, a professional writer and an interesting character. Latimore came on the podcast and discussed with Vance Crowe what it was like to grow up in the projects, tells how he flunked out of college and then became a professional boxer, got a degree in physics and was in the Army.The two discuss how men are not being talked about fairly in society, how nuance is lost in the war between the sexes and why men are being lost.3:04 | Start5:32 | Growing up in the projects8:38 | How Ed got into boxing15:13 | "Any boxer can become a pro"21:46 | What is the Red Pill?25:04 | The problem with how we're raising boys and girls in 202131:10 | We may never see soldiers on the battlefield again34:03 | How much does Alcohol contribute to abuse?36:06 | Why aggression lowers after marriage42:07 | Why does Ed hate weddings?46:44 | Talking about Prenups49:50 | "Women are kicking men's ***"
Football - aka Gianni Infantino’s tasty gobstopper - stops for no one. Especially Pete and Jim, who are back in the studio with Kate to talk Chelsea and West Ham’s latest scalps!On the way, we discuss why Leeds are tapping up LL Cool J and what is being claimed to be one of the worst games of football ever played in the Bundesliga. Mustafi was involved, shock.There’s also time for the world’s most cryptic round of Portmantonio Conte, whose villainous administrators can only be rivalled by Andrea Agnelli and his insidious plans for the Champions League.Search ‘Football Ramble’ on social media to find us, and email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org.***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We have our good friend, Pat Flynn, back on the show to discuss the virtues and vices associated with the fitness world. Scroll to the bottom of the page for the show transcript https://thecatholicmanshow.com/store/ (Check out our store and find TCMS stocking caps and hats) https://thecatholicmanshow.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/TCMS-Hat-Slider-2.png () ENJOY THE SHOW AND WOULD LIKE TO SEE MORE? SUPPORT TCMS, GET AWESOME THANK YOU GIFTS, AND HELP SPREAD THE WORD. http://www.patreon.com/thecatholicmanshow (Become a Patron! Over 40 interviews, a course with Karlo Broussard, a 10 part series on the domestic church, and free thank you gifts for supporting the show!) https://selectinternationaltours.com/catholicmanshow/ () Travel to Italy, the Holy Land, Scotland, or Europe. Take a Catholic pilgrimage cruise or mix in Faith and Food or Faith and Fitness. No matter where you travel with Select, you will be embraced by faith. All our trips feature daily mass, unparalleled access to sacred sites, local guides that speak your language, and excellent accommodations. We have been helping pilgrims put their feet in the places their faith began for over 30 years. We want to help YOU experience the fun and faith-enriching power of pilgrimage. https://selectinternationaltours.com/catholicmanshow/ (Click here) About our drink: https://cooperstowndistillery.com/spirits/beanball-bourbon/ (Cooperstown Distillery - Beanball Bourbon) A hand-crafted blend that adds a degree of softness on the palette while creating layers of depth and complexity. Our distiller decided to bump this up slightly in proof in order to accentuate the finish notes on this thoroughly enjoyable spirit. About our gear: https://www.amazon.com/Introduction-Kettlebells-Minimalists-Blasting-Boosting-ebook/dp/B07WRD6FL7 (Pat Flynn's, "Introduction to Kettlebells: A Minimalist's Guide to Blasting Fat and Boosting Muscle") You never outgrow the fundamentals. You simply move more deeply into them. For anyone - the kettlebell novice to the 15-year veteran - this short (read: just 30 page) ebook provides the perfect foundation or refresher of the fundamental kettlebell techniques, including the kettlebell swing, goblet squat, snatch, Turkish get up, clean, and military press. Each movement has detailed instructions plus step-by-step photos to help the reader understand the movements as well as safely and effectively execute them. After we discuss the hows of each of the basic movements, we move into applying what we've learned with a simple, straightforward kettlebell program for strength, muscle, mobility, conditioning, and (for those who want it) weight loss. This 7-day program can be run through just once as a refresher or for up to six weeks as a standalone program. About the Topic: This week we talk about the importance of staying fit and the virtues and vices that are associated with the fitness world. Pat Flynn is a try-hard at a lot of things: Writer. Philosopher. Business and Fitness Coach. https://youtu.be/Z59Dx8ljkQM (Guitarist). Tae Kwon Do Black Belt. https://youtu.be/ShYjmeNEnkY (Catholic). Check out his https://www.chroniclesofstrength.com/category/podcast/ (podcast)! The Catholic Woodworker: Check out The Catholic Woodworker's https://catholicwoodworker.com/collections/home-altars (home altars). USE PROMO CODE “TCMS” for 10% off and so they know we sent you! https://catholicwoodworker.com/collections/discount-rosaries (Volume Discounts (15% off 3, 20% off 5, 30% off 10)) https://catholicwoodworker.com/collections/home-altars/products/home-altar?variant=32517953781834 (Home Altar) https://catholicwoodworker.com/collections/prayer-resources/products/prayer-card-sets?variant=32540766666826 (Prayer Card) https://catholicwoodworker.com/collections/discount-rosaries () [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AZrmvnb2tOg] TIME CODES: If this is your first time listening to... Support this podcast