Why does it feel like Republicans intentionally go to DC to sellout instead of reforming the castle? Because life is pretty good inside that DC Castle. What's the point of talking about the communist lies if it's not going to change anything? The Covid pandemic was some of the best times for the world's elite. Waking up Norm and Norma is a lifetime's work. Why is Liberal Aunt Peggy obsessed with hating Russia? The communist thrives on idols, good and bad. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Christine Horner, MD is a board certified and nationally recognized surgeon, author, expert in natural medicine, and a relentless champion for women's health. She spearheaded legislation in the 1990s that made it mandatory that insurance companies pay for breast reconstruction following mastectomy. She is the author of Waking the Warrior Goddess: Dr Christine Horner's Program to Protect Against and Fight Breast Cancer, winner of the Independent Book Publishers Award 2006 for “Best Book in Health, Medicine, and Nutrition.” and the author of “Radiant Health Ageless Beauty: Dr. Horner's 30-Day Program to Extraordinary Health and Longevity which won the eLit Award 2017 for “Best Book in Health, Medicine, and Nutrition.” Dr. Horner has become an expert in thermography, working as an interpreter of thermal imaging since 2017, and in 2022, she opened her own mobile thermal imaging business, “Dr. Christine Horner's Medical Thermography Group of Southern California.” In this episode, we chat about: :: Dr. Horner's journey from surgeon to expert in breast cancer prevention :: what thermal imaging is and how it differs from mammography, ultrasound and MRI :: what the read radiation risk is with mammography :: why the US continues to recommend mammography at frequencies higher than the rest of the world :: her tangible advice for every woman regarding breast cancer prevention To learn more about Dr. Horner: www.MedThermSC.com https://www.instagram.com/drchtherm/ https://www.facebook.com/Drchtherm/ For her books: https://www.amazon.com/stores/author/B00FDTVG10/allbooks?ingress=0&visitId=0c081511-2489-4020-99e2-7694527b20fe&store_ref=ap_rdr&ref_=ap_rdr For supplements recommended in the episode: https://medthermsc.com/shop-tabbed/ To find a thermographer near you: https://iamtonline.org/
As a woman, have you ever felt insecure about learning or teaching scripture? Is it because of the lack of experience? Maybe because of the lack of discipleship or opportunity? On today's episode Jackie and I dive into some of the reasons women may feel insecure about learning and sharing scripture. Jackie encourages us to be reminded that we have the holy spirit living inside of us, therefore have been given the capacity through Christ's power to understand His divine word!Jackie Hill Perry is an author, bible teacher, and hip-hop artist. Since becoming a Christian, she has been compelled to use her speaking and teaching gifts to share the light of the gospel of God as authentically as she can. She is the author of Gay Girl, Good God: The Story of Who I Was, and Who God Has Always Been, Holier Than Thou, and Upon Waking Devotional. At home, she is a wife to Preston and Mommy to Eden, Autumn, Sage, and August.Thanks for listening! Don't forget to subscribe to my newsletter to always be the first to be in the know!SHOW LINKS:Upon WakingWhy Can't I Get it TogetherMarvel at the Moon - This 90-day devotional for kids ages 6 to 10 will help them face loneliness, peer pressure, and insecurities with confidence, and learn how to navigate big feelings and negative emotions.Jamie's NewsletterThe Happy Hour Bookclub
Nothing pisses me off more than someone who talks the talk, but doesn't walk the walk. William is someone who failed to back up his words with his actions and wasted my time. I tried my best to get him on the right track, but he wouldn't listen to me. I made the executive decision to let Will go unless he was will to FULLY Commit. Mindset is everything when it comes to becoming a successful real estate agent. If you are looking for a mentor who isn't going to sugar coat things and be direct with you, contact me. Don't let your parents, friends, or anyone else in this world hold you back or kill your self confidence. You can do anything you set your mind to. Don't fall back into the trap of staying in the system. Even if real estate is not your passion, it gives your the freedom to chase your passion later in life. Being a multifamily real estate agent is the fastest way to financial freedom. I know I was hard on Will but I was pissed off by his previous actions and lack of effort. Waking up at 11 am isn't going to cut it at my company.. Subscribe for more free real estate knowledge every Thursday! Being a new real estate agent is tough, and I want to help you. #realestate #realestateagent #realestatebroker
This is a Grave Talks CLASSIC EPISODE! Waking up in the middle of the night to a strange woman standing in the corner. Who is she? What does she want? Why is she there? These are the questions that Tanner Rutledge asked as a child. As he grew older, he would continue to try to find an answer as to what haunted him and what haunts those around us. This is Part Two of his story, today on The Grave Talks. Become a Premium Supporter of The Grave Talks Through Apple Podcasts or Patreon (http://www.patreon.com/thegravetalks) There, you will get: Access to every episode of our show, AD-FREE! Access to every episode of our show before everyone else! Other EXCLUSIVE supporter perks and more!
Carter and teZa discuss the futility of worry and other negative thoughts and self-speak. From their own experiences they offer solutions how they deal with this very human tendency. See tezalord.com and carterlord.com for more about ZLORD's cohosts.
This is a Grave Talks CLASSIC EPISODE! Waking up in the middle of the night to a strange woman standing in the corner. Who is she? What does she want? Why is she there? These are the questions that Tanner Rutledge asked as a child. As he grew older, he would continue to try to find an answer as to what haunted him and what haunts those around us. This is Part One of his story, today on The Grave Talks. Become a Premium Supporter of The Grave Talks Through Apple Podcasts or Patreon (http://www.patreon.com/thegravetalks) There, you will get: Access to every episode of our show, AD-FREE! Access to every episode of our show before everyone else! Other EXCLUSIVE supporter perks and more!
In this episode, Karri and Oriya delve into the concept of waking marriage, exploring what it means to be in a relationship that feels like an arranged marriage by life. They share their own experience of navigating through the challenges and growth that come with waking marriage. From communication and self-discovery, to letting go of expectations and cultivating love and support, they offer insights and advice for couples and individuals on the journey of waking marriage. Tune in for a deep and honest conversation about the complexities and beauty of partnership. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/wakingmarriage/message
Your spiritual journey IS your human journey. In the seemingly mundane, in the obstacles, challenges, heartbreaks, and losses. Waking up, is realizing that and moving through it consciously.In this fourth session with Wey, she's faced with a challenging situation and her protectors have pulled her up in her head and into a survival state of figuring things out. I guide her to speak what's here, to say it all out loud.Listen to discover how you can move from confusion, stress, and stuckness back into your body - and how to move through everyday experiences as your greatest spiritual teacher.This episode is part of a series on the podcast where you get to listen to me coaching Wey as she's moving through my alchemical group program Being Me.For the Black Friday offers mentioned in this episode, head over to my website and drop your email in the Black Friday box!You find show notes in this post on my website
Next time on The State of Belief: Filmmaker Patrice O'Neill. For 25 years, she's been leading The Working Group's Not In Our Town films initiative. She'll be joined by Pardeep Kaleka, who lost his father in the 2012 Oak Creek Sikh Temple mass shooting and a dedicated anti-hate leader profiled in the new documentary Waking in Oak Creek. Also, social-impact media strategist Mario Cader-Frech on the power of film to tell stories in ways that inspire empathy and community. His groundbreaking original content has premiered globally on MTV, Nickelodeon, VH1, Comedy Central, Paramount and elsewhere.
There are four big categories of sleep disorders and today we'll talk about the first two. Number one is hard time falling asleep and number two is hard time staying asleep. Taking a look at your sleep pattern can help you to figure out what is actually causing your bad sleep and how you can fix it. We'll talk about the most common causes of each pattern including melatonin issues, magnesium deficiency, iron deficiency, sedentary lifestyle, pain, histamine, cortisol, blood sugar, anxiety, and waking to pee. 00:00 - intro 00:57 - Difficulty Falling Asleep 01:06 - Low Melatonin 01:27 - Sunlight in the morning 01:46 - Screen Free time before bed 02:02 - Magnesium Deficiency 02:28 - Iron Deficiency 02:59 - Not getting physical activity 03:23 - Pain 03:35 - High Histamine 04:27 - Waking up in the Night 04:42 - High Cortisol 05:08 - Nighttime cortisol spikes 05:43 - Blood sugar 06:28 - Nighttime Anxiety 07:34 - Restless Legs 08:02 - Histamine spikes caused by alcohol 08:31 - Waking to go to the bathroom --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/tohealthwiththat/message
In this episode, Bryan talks about how he woke up feeling like he hated everything that morning. Life Level 1 is a general topic podcast about life from the humorous perspective of Bryan and his broad, Kristen. Bryan has a background in video game development and Kristen has a background in life. The thoughts and opinions expressed on this podcast are those of the individual contributors alone and are not a reflection of their employers.
As Dr. Peter McCullough describes in our full-length documentary Shot Dead, the waking hours and athletic activity are the two most likely times for cardiac episodes. Allen and Taylor Martin describe losing their 18-year-old daughter in the morning of November 9th, 2022, 112 days after getting the COVID shot. The family joins us for a special Shot Dead episode of Faithful Freedom with Teryn Gregson, presented by WeThePatriotsUSA.org. The Martins were one of three families chronicling the loss of their children in our new documentary, Shot Dead. This is the full interview. To watch how their story intertwines with the rest of the families, watch the full feature-length film at ShotDead.org.Join the fight to get justice for the victims by making a donation by visiting www.wethepatriotsusa.org/donateFREE Aluminum, Fluoride, HPV & MMR Vaccine Resource Guides! Subscribe to Teryn's bi-weekly resource newsletter, with data, clean-living tips, recipes, stats from our latest episodes and more and receive your FREE Fluoride, MMR and HPV Vaccine Resource Guides. https://teryngregson.com/newsletterWatch us on Red Voice Media, now available on Roku, Amazon FireStick & Apple TV: https://www.redvoicemedia.com/shows/faithful-freedom-with-teryn-gregson/For Case Updates from We The Patriots USA, Sign up for Breaking News emails: https://wethepatriotsusa.org/subscribe-to-our-email-list/Subscribe to listen to the podcast:iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/faithful-freedom-with-teryn-gregson/id1598602749Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6dKsn0JqtNJfarUUVYuv5v?si=a810d53643fb4017Rumble: https://rumble.com/WeThePatriotsUSA
We are back talking to our good friend, Dr. Alison Kole, Board Certified Sleep Medicine specialist and chronic insomniac turned sleep biohacker, who is on a mission to empower her listeners to improve their sleep naturally. We discuss her journey into Sleep Medicine, the importance of sleep in optimizing overall health and her Podcast, "Sleep Is My Waking Passion."ASKtheSleepMD.com@askthesleepmd on all platforms
Peter Levine is a lecturer, a psychotherapist, and the author of various best-selling books including "Waking the Tiger: Healing Trauma." During our conversation, Peter talks about how our culture deals with and talks about trauma, the oneness of the mind and the body, and viewing trauma from a naturalistic perspective.Peter has been revolutionary in reframing trauma as something physical, something within the body. His somatic experiencing techniques have been created with this outlook, and aim to help those who are suffering to have a way to release trauma and to reconnect with themselves.Peter has written that "traumatized people are not suffering from a disease in the normal sense of the word - they have become stuck in an aroused state." His work, begun many decades ago, has improved our understanding of the nature of trauma and has helped many to live happier, healthier lives.------------Support via VenmoSupport on SubstackSupport on Patreon------------Show notesRate on SpotifyRate on Apple PodcastsSocial media and all episodes------------(00:00) Intro(02:02) How America approached trauma 50 years ago (04:13) Nancy and somatic experiencing (16:14) Changing our understanding of trauma (25:38) Trauma being viewed as a moral failing (36:42) Peter's childhood trauma (42:57) The wounded healer (47:52) Recommendations to work through trauma (50:16) A quote about trauma from Peter(57:07) Viewing trauma from a naturalist perspective (57:49) Various tools for approaching trauma (01:03:53) What individuals can do to improve the world
I am thrilled to welcome Brian Johnson on the podcast today. Brian is a philosopher, coach, author and the Founder & CEO of Heroic Public Benefit Corporation who's helped millions of people worldwide, trained over 10,000 Heroic Coaches from 100+ countries, and created a protocol that science says changes lives. Today, we're talking about his newest book, Areté: Activate Your Heroic Potential, where he sifted through history, extracted invaluable lessons from history's most legendary thinkers, and turned them into a life-hack manual for the 21st century. We'll also dig into what true heroism for our fellow brothers and Dads looks like in today's world and how to be role models to our kids. Whether you're struggling with motivation, seeking inner peace, or just trying to figure out how to be a bit happier in this crazy world, Brian's insights are cheat codes for life. A Wide-Ranging Conversation Through… Life lessons from Dad Laser Tag weekends! The art of messing up and making up How not to ruin your kids' lives Heroic Homeschooling 101 Waking up your inner hero - no cape required Mentoring by Jonah Hill's shrink What a hero does every day Taking a vitamin shot but for bravery No pain, no gain! Small choices add up Shoutout to the real heroes New Day Resolutions Turning “wannabes” into solid men Heroism? There's an app for that Building a community of everyday heroes Get the Full Show Notes Want access to the full show notes, including links to all resources mentioned during today's conversation? Visit FrontRowDads.com/412 More About Front Row Dads Connect with us @ FrontRowDads.com & Instagram Want to hang out with other FRDs in Austin? Watch this 3-min video from our last Front Row Dads Live event. Tickets avail now for December's event. Not able to travel? We got you. Join our next online event, built just for kickass dads who know there's more to learn. FrontRowDads.com/summit FRD is solving a huge problem for dads. Our culture has turned “Dad” into a joke. Go ahead, google Dad and you'll find Dad Bod, Dad Jokes, Dad Weed, etc. Culturally, it's a Homer Simpson mentality, and it's BS. Our community is built for solid men. Men with range. Those who are badass, and know there's still more to learn, together. Most guys find it hard to find “their crew.” Finding other committed men, who are successful in life, and want to put family first – these guys are rare. Is this you? In FRD, hundreds of men from all over the world show up for each other, to share resources and raise the bar of fatherhood (our core values) If you're reading this, you want to grow. Podcasts are great, but guys… when you're ready to stop just listening to content, and want to JOIN the conversations – the FRD brotherhood is ready for you. One more thing… Has this podcast helped you? If so, please tell us how we're doing. Please take a minute and leave a review. Seriously, they matter. Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen. Subscribe to this show on Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify
Karri and Oriya discuss the challenges and rewards of being married with children. They explore their different parenting styles and how they strive to create a nurturing environment for their kids. They also reflect on the ways their children serve as teachers, highlighting areas where they need to work on themselves and grow as parents. Join them as they share their insights and experiences on the journey of waking up married with children. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/wakingmarriage/message
Practicing Emotional SobrietyIn this monthly reflection episode of Stay Grounded, Raj shares his journey towards “emotional sobriety” and liberating himself from destructive mind patterns. He discusses implementing practices like mindfulness, connecting to his body's wisdom, and aligning with his unique inner "prayer" or purpose. Raj explains how emotional sobriety opened him to profound awareness around his codependent patterns and propensity to self-abandon in relationships. He advocates tuning into nature's frequency and trusting life's flow. Raj believes we are living in a time of profound opportunity and there has never been a more important time to connect deeply with compassion for our fellow neighbor.Timestamps: 0:00 - Intro3:00 - Summarizing October 5:00 - Energy gets trapped in your body 8:30 - Finding an addiction to chaos 11:00 - Practicing emotional sobriety 16:00 - The slow life 25:00 - Being in right relationship with self 31:00 - Different types of safety 38:00 - Awareness and looking 46:00 - Waking up into more love Connect with Raj:WebsiteInstagramiTunesSpotifyYouTubeLegal Disclaimer: The information and opinions discussed in this podcast are for educational and entertainment purposes only. The host and guests are not medical or mental health professionals, and their advice should not be a substitute for seeking professional help. Any action based on the information presented is strictly at your own risk. The podcast host and their guests shall have neither liability nor responsibility to any person or entity for any loss, damage, or injury caused or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly by information shared in this podcast. Consult your physician before making any changes to your mental health treatment or lifestyle. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Majka Burhardt is a professional climber, certified climbing guide, conservation entrepreneur, author, and filmmaker; she is also the founder and executive director of the international conservation and development organization Legado and the author of More: Life on the Edge of Adventure and Motherhood, released in 2023. Majka currently lives with her 7 year old twins and her husband, the internationally certified mountain guide Peter Doucette, in Jackson, New Hampshire. About the Book: More: Life on the Edge of Adventure and Motherhood. An intense and emotional epistolary memoir by one of the world's top ice climbers, born at the confluence of motherhood, adventure, career, and marriage. As one of the world's leading female professional rock and ice climbers, Burhardt and her husband led globe-trotting, adventure-seeking lives. When she learns that she's pregnant—with twins—Burhardt at first tries to justify her insistence on pursuing extreme risk in the face of responsibility. But she is ultimately forced to grieve the avalanche of emotions that accompanies any major life transitions along with the physical changes in her own body. Based on the letters and journals Burhardt diligently kept over the course of those six years, More takes the reader on an around-the-world journey as Burhardt explores the transformative, identity-shifting experience of motherhood and its irreversible impact on career, identity, marriage, and self. In the early weeks of her children's lives, Burhardt immerses herself in adoration for her twins and grappling with the tremendous guilt and struggle around having to return to risk-laden work and that ever elusive balance mothers everywhere seek amidst it all. As the newness of her twins fades into a permanent reality, Burhardt turns her attention towards her marriage and the collateral damage as she and her husband, Peter, struggle to navigate their new normal. As anger and resentment threaten the foundation of her family, Burhardt courageously looks to her past—and her own mother's tumultuous and confusing history of success, violence, and ragged divorce—to better understand her own way forward. How will she break free from the legacy of her own childhood to start fresh with her own family? Raw, candid, and galvanizing, More is a passionate and poignant testament to the enduring power of love and our lifelong journey to understand ourselves as we strive to always pursue more. *** Don't miss out on new episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast that are released every Tuesday at 7am UK time! Hit the subscribe button to stay updated. By supporting the Tough Girl Podcast on Patreon, you can help increase the representation of female role models in the media especially in the world of adventure and physical challenges. Visit www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast to contribute. Thank you for your support! Show notes Who is Majka Living in Jackson, New Hampshire Her early years growing up Being very sporty and adventurous The toughen up Majka campaign Doing a 45 day canoe expedition in the Arctic Her love for being on trail Mentors and role models Kitty Calhoun - Alpinist & Activist Lynn Hill Getting into climbing at at 15/16 years old and how it started gradually Taking a year off from college to climb full time Feeling drawn to ice climbing Wanting to make climbing her job Writing for climbing magazines to make money and to combine her passions Climbing in Ethiopia, Africa Climbing a first ascent - The Sandstone Towers of Tigray, in northern Ethiopia. Book: Vertical Ethiopia published by Shama Publishing, an Ethiopian Publisher. Legado Brining in scientists to climb around the vertical granite terrain on Mount Namuli in Mozambique Shifting the focus of Legado from being a conservation organisation to one that activates climate justice with indigenous people and local communities throughout the world Working in Mozambique, Kenya and Peru to help create a thriving future Motherhood and not being sure if being a mum was part of her agenda Meeting her partner, Peter in 2008 in New Hampshire at an Ice Climbing Festival Getting pregnant and finding out it was twins Book: More: Life on the Edge of Adventure and Motherhood. Trying to hold onto her career during pregnancy and motherhood Working with Patagonia Micro moments of balance Training and exercise during and after pregnancy The impact of pregnancy on her core Getting outside and adventuring with the children Writing the book and reflecting back over that time Focusing on showing up and being as present as possible Practical advice and tips for new mothers The importance of friends and community Dividing up domestic labour and having systems Waking up at 5.30am Morning routine Rest and recovery Mantra and words of empowerment Being a warrior goodness How to connect with Majka Final words of advice to encourage women to go after their own dreams Social Media Website: majkaburhardt.com Instagram: @majkaburhardt Facebook: @majka.burhardt Legado Activates the Power of Legacy - So that people and nature can thrive together - now and into the future. Buy the book: More: Life on the Edge of Adventure and Motherhood
Waking up between 2-4 am? Feeling anxious, jittery or fatigued in the afternoon? Difficulty losing weight since you've entered your 30's? You could have a cortisol imbalance. Make sure to listen to this episode for 5 Cortisol Balancing Strategies for the winter. Curious what cortisol imbalance you might have? Take this free quiz to find out To sign up for a dutch hormone panel here!
Welcome to "Waking Marriage," the podcast where hosts Karri and Oriya explore the profound journey of conscious partnership. Join them as they delve into the depths of self-awareness, love, and acceptance within relationships. Through personal experiences and reflective dialogue, they navigate the evolution from "spiritual assholes" to waking marriage, emphasizing the importance of open communication, co-creation, and embracing both the light and shadow within. Discover the transformative power of consciousness, responsibility, and shared presence in relationships on this insightful and thought-provoking podcast. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/wakingmarriage/message
In this episode we dive into Dougs journey. Leaning into addiction, self worth, and health. You never know when you hit your breaking point where it can lead and how it helps you find your purpose. That is exactly what happened too Doug. If you're struggling right now, let this conversation inspire you. Where to find me?! Website http://dylanitsyourtime.com IG https://www.instagram.com/dylanitsyourtime/ Where to find Doug?! IG https://www.instagram.com/dougbopst/ His Podcast The Adversity Advantage https://open.spotify.com/show/2kXk7ZbTzv4Lnf8lxLnnTn Thank you all for being here.
The Day of the Lord is “darkness, and not light” (Amos 5:18, 20) for all who trust in their own righteousness and piety. The Lord will not accept their “burnt offerings and grain offerings,” nor will He look upon their “peace offerings” (Amos 5:22). Instead, He desires a heart of faith that trusts in Him, which lets “justice roll down like waters, and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream” (Amos 5:24) in love for the neighbor. In order for the “lamps” of our lives to burn brightly with such love, we must be filled with the “oil” of forgiveness through faith in our Bridegroom, Jesus Christ (Matt. 25:1–4). Therefore, as we await His coming, wisdom directs us “to the dealers” (Matt. 25:9), that is, to the ministers of His Gospel. Thus we wait upon the Lord, and we “encourage one another with these words” (1 Thess. 4:18). Waking or sleeping, we are prepared to meet Him when He comes “with a cry of command, with the voice of an archangel, and with the sound of the trumpet of God,” and “we will always be with the Lord” (1 Thess. 4:16, 17). ----- Trinity Lutheran Church, School and Child Care have been "Making Known the Love of Christ" in Sheboygan, Wisconsin and throughout the world since 1853 as a congregation gathering around God's Word and Sacraments to receive forgiveness and life everlasting. Trinity is located in downtown Sheboygan, only one block from the Mead Public Library and the Weill Center for the Performing Arts. We invite you to visit us in person! Trinity Lutheran Sheboygan is a proud member of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. Visit their website: https://www.lcms.org/ Music for this production was obtained through a licensing agreement with One License, LLC. The copyright permission to reprint, podcast, and record hymns and songs is acquired through ID Number: 730195-A #LCMS #Lutheran #DivineService
AGU Welcomes Chervin Jafarieh, Founder and Chief Scientific Officer of Cymbiotika, and host of Wake the Fake Up podcast to the show today! Chervin is one of the top most influential health experts in the WORLD. We dive deep into all things supplementation, tips for optimal quality of life, self-love, rising routine for vitality and longevity & SO MUCH MORE. take notes & as always, thanks for coming to class! USE CODE: AGUNIVERSITY for 25% ALL CYMBIOTIKA PRODUCTS :) https://cymbiotika.com/collections/all-products-collection Connect with Chervin here: https://www.instagram.com/chervin333/ Come on my retreat! *2 spots left* https://www.trovatrip.com/trip/central-america/costa-rica/costa-rica-with-anna-grace-newell-feb-29-2024 AG's BOOK CLUB: https://amzn.to/3JxyOEE How To Read The Akashic Records Course: https://anna-grace-newell.mykajabi.com/offers/PfVmbYFN/checkout AGU's Course ~ How to Read Angel Cards: AG teaches you how she connects with her oracle deck to pull cards for readings! https://aguniversitypod.gumroad.com/l/angelcards TAKE AG'S INTUITION ACTIVATION:SOUL NOURISHMENT COURSE https://aguniversitypod.gumroad.com/l/intuition-activation AG's Energetic Protection Courses: https://aguniversitypod.gumroad.com/ AG's free grounding meditation: https://aguniversitypod.gumroad.com/l/groundingmeditation?layout=profile SUPERHUMAN CODE AG for 6 weeks free: https://sign-up.superhuman.app/ag-membership —----- AG's newsletter for more info on readings OR submit a question for her to answer LIVE on the podcast: https://www.annagracenewell.com/newsletter What is AGU? After launching an energy work practice rooted in the Akashic Records, AG uncovered so much information that she needs the world to hear! It's her duty and personal mission to help people get in touch with their intuition and energetic gifts, and ultimately become the brightest and boldest version of themselves! This is your official acceptance letter: WELCOME TO AG UNIVERSITY! AG's Energetic Protection Courses: https://aguniversitypod.gumroad.com/ AG's Book Club: https://www.amazon.com/shop/annagracenewell/list/WD6VUBYE1HFC?ref_=aipsflist_aipsfannagracenewell Sign up for the newsletter if you are interested in doing a reading with Anna Grace, or learning more about her energy work practice. Sessions will ONLY become available here - her booking link will never be shared on any other platforms: https://www.annagracenewell.com/newsletter If you aren't already - you can connect with AG on Instagram and TikTok: @annagracenewell on all platforms! XO
Join Premium! Ready for an ad-free meditation experience? Join Premium now and get every episode from ALL of our podcasts completely ad-free now! Just a few clicks makes it easy for you to listen on your favorite podcast player. Become a PREMIUM member today by going to --> https://WomensMeditationNetwork.com/premium Our daily lives often tire us. They can separate us from joy. But if we let it, night can help. Rest can connect us again. PAUSE… First close your eyes and breathe in deep, Acknowledge the fatigue. Then try to sink beneath it, To the real you waiting below. PAUSE… It's so easy to lose ourselves, Under layer upon layer of effort. And it takes a while to shed that skin, To strip ourselves bare once again. PAUSE… But night is the time to do it, Those magical, restorative hours. It's then we remember why we tried in the first place, And decide we can do it all again. PAUSE… So find that pure you deep within. Greet yourself with a smile. Take your hand and settle in, Get ready for the dance. LONG PAUSE… Feel your essence as you pull in a breath. Feel its power grow as you exhale the excess. PAUSE… It may seem like you've forgotten how To let your soul move with abandon. But the memory of bliss never leaves you. It sits patiently and waits for the call. PAUSE… It remembers what sets your heart on fire. It knows what you long for most. It's ready to leap into action, Whenever you give it the sign. PAUSE… Start with some inner music. Hear the melody of your yearnings. Let the song travel through your body, Waking mind and cells alike. PAUSE… See yourself in motion. Admire your strength and grace. Feel the moves come back to you, Ignited by the power of your song. LONG PAUSE… Enjoy the rhythm of your breathing, the way it lifts you up. Let the nourishing air fill you, then release and make space for more. PAUSE… Why do we forget to dance When life starts its rapid movement? Why do we send bliss into hiding Just when our spirits need it most? PAUSE… It's not just you. We all do the same. The reasons may vary, But the choices look so much alike. PAUSE… But it's time to break the chain. To close your eyes, and see yourself, As a joyful dancing soul. LONG PAUSE… Imagine how you'll feel in the morning, Fresh from a night of gleeful twirling. Glowing and smiling,, Ready to face a fresh new day. PAUSE… Feel that smile deep within, breathe its joy into your chest. Send that smile out into the world, sharing your joy with all. PAUSE… Think about your younger days, The way you used to dance. Picture yourself shaking everything loose, As you move across the floor. PAUSE… Remember how free you used to feel, When you gave in to the music with relish. See your hair flying and your hands fluttering, Your hips swaying, and your heart thumping. PAUSE… Once again, you are carefree. Once again, your soul gets to celebrate, Once again, bliss leads the way. PAUSE… How long has it been since you felt like this? How long have you held yourself in check? How much have you missed such pleasure? How good does it feel to come back? LONG PAUSE… Feel your lungs sing as you breathe in. Feel at one with your body as you breathe out. PAUSE… Think about what might be different, If you let your soul dance regularly. Think about who you might be in the daylight, If you spend your nights feeling free. PAUSE… Perhaps there are other things, You might feel inspired to try. Now that your soul has come to life again, Now that you remember your self expression. PAUSE…
Welcome to Rock Your Shine: After you've been cracked wide open. On this show, I sit down with people from all over the world to hear their transformational stories on their deep grief and loss journeys. In this emotionally charged episode, Tasha opens up about her unique bond with her twin sister, Tanya, who passed away, and how her spiritual awareness helped her navigate the depths of grief and discover a new connection with her twin from the other side. At the heart of this story is a profound loss, as Tasha shares the heart-wrenching experience of losing her twin sister, Tanya, and the impact it had on her life. Discover how a parent's spiritual awareness can shape a child's perspective on life and death and how it influenced Tasha's journey. Exploring the mysterious and deep connection between twins in the womb, a bond that goes far beyond the physical. Learn how grief rippled through her family and how each member coped with the loss in their own unique ways. Tasha shares her personal experiences and insights as she navigated the intricate and often challenging stages of the grief cycle. A profound shift occurs as she begins to connect with her twin sister from the other side, a moment that changes her perspective on life and death. Hear about a pivotal moment in her life when she meets Lisa, someone who understands the depth of her connection with her twin and how it opened up new possibilities. Explore the unique concept of the twin life cycle and how it impacts Tasha's understanding of her own existence. Delve into the intense thoughts and emotions that followed her sister's passing and the process of finding healing and acceptance. Unpack the pressure and guilt of living for both herself and her twin and the impact it had on her well-being. Tasha Cram, known in the twin community as Twinful Twin Tasha, began her twin loss journey just before she turned 4 years old. She spent 36 years of her life ignoring the need to address her complicated grief until she faced a major medical event. The experience finally forced her to confront the unhealed trauma she had suffered from losing her twin (identity). Tasha has since spent well over a decade educating herself about complicated grief, twin dynamics, twin loss, and deepening her spiritual practices. In doing so, she gained insights into tools to aid her in Turning Twin Loss into Living Twinfully. Tasha's book has both aspects of her personal journey through complicated grief, as well as the complete content of her workshop. The G3 Cycle ~ Grief, Growth, Gratitude, which she lovingly shares for the first time with her readers. Turning Twin Loss into Living Twinfully is a culmination of all her research and is filled with proven tools to aid in the grief aspect of our human experience from the perspective of a twin loss twin. Tasha realizes that this is a first of its kind and hopes that it brings encouragement to the twin loss community that has been lacking. You can learn more about her other twin loss support efforts: The Butterfly Ranch (a retreat dedicated to twin loss twins), Journey of 1000 Healing Hugs, and the Twinful Tie Blanket Project, by visiting www.twinful.com. **TRIGGER WARNING** This episode covers sensitive subject matter and is not suitable for all listeners. If this topic could be a trigger for you, listen to this episode with a friend, a sibling, a loved one or a parent so you can talk about any emotions that come up for you. The contents of this episode are not intended to replace therapy and should not be taken as such. If you need immediate help, please call the crisis hotline listed below in our resources. Listen in as we talk about: [3:10] How she lost her twin, Tanya [5:00] The blessing of having a parent who had spiritual awareness [6:20] How twins bond and connect in the womb [15:30] The awareness of grief within her family [19:40] Going through the grief cycle [23:55] Developing a connection to her twin from the other side [30:20] Meeting Lisa and experiencing their connection for the first time [35:10] The twin life cycle [44:00] The deep challenging thoughts she experienced after her twin's death [46:50] The detrimental narrative twins have of 'living for the both of us' [48:45] Grappling with the guilt that radiation caused her sister's cancer [54:00] Feeling into the power of your soul [56:45] What does self love look like for you now? [57:00] Hope is… [58:15] Waking up to the truth of who we are Resources mentioned in this episode: Book: https://www.amazon.com/Rock-Mining-River-Sibling-Grief/dp/1732888892/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=Rock+On%3A+Mining+for+joy&qid=1570199126&sr=8-1 Tasha's book: Turning Twin Loss into Living Twinfully: https://www.amazon.com/Turning-Twin-Loss-Living-Twinfully-ebook/dp/B0CG4XJ4WF/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=Turning+Twin+Loss+into+Living+Twinfully&qid=1692903533&s=books&sr=1-1 Grief Hotline: https://www.griefresourcenetwork Connect with Tasha www.instagram.com/twinfultwintasha www.facebook.com/twinfultwintasha www.youtube.com/twinfultwintasha www.twinful.com Connect with Susan http://instagram.com/susan.casey/ https://www.facebook.com/Susan-E-Casey-101187148084982 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDcl58l8qUwO3dDYk83wOFA https://rockyourshine.com/ https://www.tiktok.com/@leapwithsusan?
Answering this weeks Top 5 Questions! This week's questions highlight the preschool and toddler stage: - Advice on dropping to 1 nap at 10 months, when fighting the second nap- Early wakes, should baby be going to bed later at night?- Fighting the afternoon nap, push the nap time back?- Waking from 4th nap, early bedtime or try for a 5th nap and later bedtime- Bouncing to sleep at 6 weeks, is it worth trying to practice putting down awake for bed/nap at this stage? Or is it unlikely to "catch" this early on? Erin Junker | Paediatric Sleep ConsultantInstagram @thehappysleepcompanyWebsite www.thehappysleepcompany.com
Click to listen to episode (4:53).Sections below are the following:Transcript of AudioAudio Notes and AcknowledgmentsImagesSourcesRelated Water Radio EpisodesFor Virginia Teachers (Relevant SOLs, etc.)Unless otherwise noted, all Web addresses mentioned were functional as of 11-6-23. TRANSCRIPT OF AUDIO From the Cumberland Gap to the Atlantic Ocean, this is Virginia Water Radio for the weeks of November 13 and November 20, 2023. MUSIC – ~28 sec – Lyrics: “What you gonna do when the river runs dry, when there's no more water in your well? You won't know when to give it that one last try, you won't be warned before the final bell.” That's part of “River Runs Dry,” by Blacksburg, Va., musician Kat Mills. The song, in which water sources are metaphors for the songwriter's inspiration, opens a Thanksgiving-season episode featuring expressions of gratitude for literal water sources not running dry. Here are three such expressions, by people from North America, Vietnam, and Kenya. 1. The Haudenosaunee people, an alliance of six Native American tribes that was formerly known as the Iroquois Confederacy, has a traditional “Thanksgiving Address of Greetings to the Natural World.” The address includes greetings to 17 aspects of the world, such as people, plants and animals, the moon and stars, winds and thunder, and the creator. Here's the greeting to The Waters: “We give thanks to all the waters of the world for quenching our thirst and providing us with strength. Water is life. We know its power in many forms- waterfalls and rain, mists and streams, rivers and oceans. With one mind, we send greetings and thanks to the spirit of Water. Now our minds are one.” 2. Vietnamese spritutal leader Thich Nhat Hanh has written many “gathas,” that is, short reflections or meditations, on daily activities. Here is his gatha for “Turning on the Water.” “Water comes from high mountain sources. Water runs deep in the Earth. Miraculously, water comes to us and sustains all life. My gratitude is filled to the brim.” And 3. About 10 years ago, a group of Kenyan schoolgirls wrote a poem in gratitude for a newly drilled well in their community. Here's that poem. Dear water, It was hard to get to you. Waking up at dawn Buckets on our heads Donkeys loaded with jerrycans. Miles we walked In the scorching heat To look for you. Dear water, At last you came. Sweet water Our backs are rested The miles are no more Diseases are gone. For you are closer to us. Dear water, You are such a blessing. One can find countless other expressions of awareness of and gratitude for water's many vital purposes in writings by poets, politicians, professors, prophets, pundits, and plenty of others. For one last, short reading, we return to one of the water metaphors in our opening music, and quote a Benjamin Franklin comment that applies not only to water but also to anything one has and can lose: “When the well's dry, we know the worth of water.” Thanks to people everywhere who know and speak about the worth of water. Thanks also to Kat Mills for permission to use this episode's music, and—with hope that this won't be the case for you or anyone—we close with about 30 more seconds of “River Runs Dry.” Happy Thanksgiving!MUSIC - ~30 sec – Lyrics: “What you gonna do when the river runs dry? Guess I'll have to pack up and leave my home.” SHIP'S BELL Virginia Water Radio is produced by the Virginia Water Resources Research Center, part of Virginia Tech's College of Natural Resources and Environment. For more Virginia water sounds, music, or information, visit us online at virginiawaterradio.org, or call the Water Center at (540) 231-5624. Thanks to Stewart Scales for his banjo version of “Cripple Creek” to open and close this episode. In Blacksburg, I'm Alan Raflo, thanking you for listening, and wishing you health, wisdom, and good water. AUDIO NOTES AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS “River Runs Dry,” by Kat Mills, is on the 2003 album “Long Time,” from Sweetcut Music; used with permission. More information about Kat Mills is available online at https://katmills.com/home. This music was used previously by Virginia Water Radio most recently in Episode 557, 12-28-20. Click here if you'd like to hear the full version (1 min./11 sec.) of the “Cripple Creek” arrangement/performance by Stewart Scales that opens and closes this episode. More information about Mr. Scales and the group New Standard, with which Mr. Scales plays, is available online at http://newstandardbluegrass.com. IMAGES Following are images of some Virginia water bodies for which the Commonwealth's citizens can be thankful. Photographs by Virginia Water Radio. Lake Drummond in Dismal Swamp, April 30 2005.Catoctin Creek at Featherbed Lane in Loudoun County, June 25, 2010.Jeremy's Run near Rileyville in Page County, July 22, 2012.Craig Creek in Montgomery County, April 26, 2015. SOURCES USED FOR AUDIO AND OFFERING MORE INFORMATION AZ Quotes, “Benjamin Franklin Quotes About Water,” online at https://www.azquotes.com/author/5123-Benjamin_Franklin/tag/water. This is the source of the Franklin quote used in the audio. Be Here Now Network, “44 Mindful Moves in Daily Life—Thich Nhat Hanh's Gathas,” online at https://beherenownetwork.com/thich-nhat-hanhs-gathas/. This is the source of the Thich Nhat Hahn quote used in the audio. Borgen Project, “Kenyan Schoolgirls Dedicate a Poem to Water,” by Sarah Sheppard, September 7, 2015, online at https://borgenproject.org/kenyan-schoolgirls-poem/. Columban Interreligious Dialogue, “Being Grateful for the Gift of Water, Cagayan de Oro, Philippines,” online at https://columbanird.org/being-grateful-for-the-precious-gift-of-water/. Abu Amina Elias, “Hadith on Water: Best charity is giving water to thirsty people,” posted by Daily Hadith Online, July, 23, 2017, online at https://www.abuaminaelias.com/dailyhadithonline/2017/07/23/best-sadaqah-water-thirsty/. GoodReads, “Benjamin Franklin/Quotes/Quotable Quote,” online at https://www.goodreads.com/quotes/53013-when-the-well-is-dry-we-know-the-worth-of. Zachiah Murray, “How to Do Gatha Practice,” posted by Lion's Roar, July 25, 2022, online at https://www.lionsroar.com/how-to-practice-gathas/. Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of the American Indian, “Haudenosaunee Guide for Educators,” 2009, online (as a PDF) at https://americanindian.si.edu/sites/1/files/pdf/education/HaudenosauneeGuide.pdf. Thai Plum Village, “Thich Nhat Hanh,” online at https://www.thaiplumvillage.org/thichnhathanh. Thich Nhat Hanh Foundation, online at https://thichnhathanhfoundation.org/thich-nhat-hanh. Saffet Catovioc, “Islamic Texts Related to Water,” posted by Green Faith Water Shield, undated, online (as a PDF) at https://www.faithinwater.org/uploads/4/4/3/0/44307383/islamic_sacred_texts-water-greenfaith.pdf. World Vision, “Video: Schoolgirls share their poem ‘Dear Water,'” May 6, 2019, online at https://www.worldvision.org/clean-water-news-stories/video-schoolgirls-share-poem-dear-water. RELATED VIRGINIA WATER RADIO EPISODES All Water Radio episodes are listed by category at the Index link above (http://www.virginiawaterradio.org/p/index.html). See particularly the “Overall Importance of Water” subject category. Following are links to other episodes for Thanksgiving. Episode 291, 11-23-15 – Thanks for Musical Measures of Water.Episode 343, 11-21-16 – Wild Turkey and Water.Episode 395, 11-20-17 – Thanks for the Water – 2017 edition.Episode 500, 11-25-19 – The Variety of Virginia's Water Story – for 500th episode.Episode 642, 11-21-22 – Thanks for the Water – 2022 Edition. FOR VIRGINIA TEACHERS – RELATED STANDARDS OF LEARNING (SOLs) AND OTHER INFORMATION Following are some Virginia Standards of Learning (SOLs) that may be supported by this episode's audio/transcript, sources, or other information included in this post. 2020 Music SOLs SOLs at various grade levels that call for “examining the relationship of music to the other fine arts and other fields of knowledge.” 2017 English SOLs 5.4, 6.5, 7.4, 8.4, 8.5, 9.3, 9.4, 10.3, 10.4, 11.4 – Symbols, imagery, figurative language, and other literary devices. 2018 Science SOLs Grades K-4: Living Systems and Processes1.5 – Animals, including humans, have basic life needs that allow them to survive. Grades K-5: Earth and Space Systems3.7 – There is a water cycle and water is important to life on Earth. Grades K-5: Earth ResourcesK.11 – Humans use resources.3.8 – Natural events and humans influence ecosystems.4.8 – Virginia has important natural resources. Grade 66.6 – Water has unique physical properties and has a role in the natural and human-made environment.6.9 – Humans impact the environment and individuals can influence public policy decisions related to energy and the environment. Life ScienceLS.9 – Relationships exist between ecosystem dynamics and human activity. Earth ScienceES.6 – Resource use is complex.ES.8 – Freshwater resources influence and are influenced by geologic processes and human activity. 2023 History and Social Science SOLs Grade One: Commonwealth of Virginia1.2 – The student will apply history and social science skills to explain how communities honor local and national traditions and recognize designated Virginia holidays. Grade Two: United States of America2.3 – The student will apply history and social science skills to explain how communities honor local and national traditions and recognize designated Virginia holidays.2.5 – The student will use history and social science skills to identify the geographic location, use of resources, and identify the contributions of Indigenous peoples past and present. Grade 5: United States History to 1865USI.2 – The student will apply history and social science skills to describe how early cultures developed throughout North America. Grade 8: World GeographyWG.2 – The student will apply social science skills to evaluate the significance of natural, human, and capital resources.WG.3 – The student will analyze the characteristics of the United States and Canadian regions by (among other things) analyzing cultural influences and landscapes.WG.7 – The student will analyze the characteristics of the Sub-Saharan African region by (among other things) analyzing cultural influences and landscapes.WG.9 – The student will analyze the characteristics of the South Asian and Southeast Asian regions by (among other things) analyzing cultural influences and landscapes.WG.14 – The student will apply history and social science skills to determine cultural patterns and interactions across time and place. Grade 11: Virginia and United States HistoryVUS.1 – The student will apply history and social science skills to describe the early North America by distinguishing how different Indigenous People of North America used available resources to develop their culture, language, skills and perspectives.Vi
Chapter 1 Dissect the inner meaning of Waking the Tiger"Waking the Tiger: Healing Trauma" is a book written by Peter A. Levine, an internationally recognized expert in the field of stress and trauma. In this book, Levine explores the impact of trauma on the mind and body, and presents a groundbreaking approach to understanding and resolving trauma. He introduces the concept of Somatic Experiencing (SE), a psychotherapeutic technique that focuses on the physiological aspect of trauma release and recovery.Levine explains how trauma can become trapped in the body, leading to a variety of physical and psychological symptoms. He emphasizes the importance of re-establishing the connection between the body and the mind in order to heal from trauma. Through the use of case studies and personal anecdotes, Levine highlights the effectiveness of SE in helping individuals recover from various traumatic experiences, such as accidents, natural disasters, and emotional abuse.By guiding readers through exercises and practices, Levine offers tools and techniques that can assist in the healing process. He illustrates how understanding and addressing the body's response to trauma can lead to profound healing and transformation."Waking the Tiger" is widely regarded as a valuable resource for trauma survivors, therapists, and anyone interested in improving their understanding of trauma and the body-mind connection. It provides insights into the nature of trauma, its effects, and a practical approach to recovery.Chapter 2 Does Waking the Tiger A Good Book deserve a Read?"Waking the Tiger: Healing Trauma" by Peter A. Levine is generally considered a good book on trauma and its resolution. It offers insights into the nature of trauma and provides practical guidance on how to heal and recover from traumatic experiences. The book also explores the connection between trauma and the body, highlighting the importance of somatic experiencing in the healing process. Overall, "Waking the Tiger" is highly recommended for individuals interested in trauma recovery and those working in the field of therapy and psychology. However, individual opinions may vary, so it is always a good idea to read reviews and sample some pages before making the decision to purchase.Chapter 3 Synopsis of Waking the Tiger "Waking the Tiger: Healing Trauma" by Peter A. Levine is a book that explores the impact of trauma on the body and offers a potential path to healing. In this book, Levine introduces the concept of the "freeze response" - the body's natural instinct to shut down and protect itself in the face of overwhelming threat or danger.Levine argues that trauma is not just a psychological experience but also a physical one that gets stored in the body's nervous system. He explains how traumatic events can leave a lasting impact on the body, leading to symptoms such as chronic pain, anxiety, insomnia, and difficulty in forming and maintaining relationships.The book also presents Levine's Somatic Experiencing (SE) method, which focuses on releasing trauma from the body and restoring balance to the nervous system. By reconnecting with the physical sensations associated with the traumatic event and gradually allowing the body to complete the instinctual responses that were interrupted during the freeze response, individuals can begin to release and heal the trauma stored in their bodies.Levine uses case studies and personal anecdotes to illustrate how the SE method can be effective in helping individuals overcome trauma and regain a sense of safety and well-being. He also explores the role of cultural and societal...
Join Julie for Fit & Fabulous Fall with Julie Tussey part 2 as she shares really real talk about choices. Waking up crying and not on top of her game as she grieves the loss of her mom, Julie shares how choosing to speak the word, choosing to go forward and ask God for help, how choosing to focus on the word of god and her health every day no matter the suffering or hardship is where she finds her power to be successful. And just as you too may be facing hardship, suffering, fear, anxiety, whatever it may be, you to can make choices and find God meets you there too. Ultimately the choices we make affect every area of our lives. Be encouraged as Julie prays with you, speaks the word of God over you and encourages you. This is one podcast that you should listen to over and over, even every day for a while! In fact this podcast would make a great daily confession for you to speak over your own life every single day, Email Julie at email@example.com for a transcribed copy of this portion of the podcast.Included in the podcast is one of Julie's Fall/Winter Staple Foods for weight loss, Julie Tussey's Creamy Mashed Cauliflower. Oh Yum! It is so rich, flavorful and creamy, this filling Mash will help you to be satiated and healthy enabling you to reach your health goals! As promised, here is the recipe:1 head of raw cauliflower, cleaned and cut into chunks1 lg box of chicken bone broth (or chicken broth)3 ounces of light cream cheeseFrank's Red Hot or wing sauce (optional ;)Clean and coarsely chop cauliflower. In a large pot cover cauliflower with chicken bone broth and salt and pepper to taste. Boil until fork tender. Drain chicken broth, keeping broth and freezing for next time. (I use my broth two times). Add light cream cheese to cauliflower, and with a mixer or hand masher, mash until creamy. Top with hot sauce if desired. Questions? text 859-407-7673GET OUR FREE APP! SEARCH GJTM (Gary & Julie Tussey Ministries) on your APP STORESupport Julie in her mission on the GJTM APP- click "Giving"Text "SOWNOW" to 888-364-4483BECOME A VIP! VOICE IMPACT PARTNER WITH Gary & Julie Tussey and TheVoice Inc. a 501c3 Non-profit ministry. All gifts are tax deductible-Give Here Also:-The Gary & Julie Tussey Ministries APP-Venmo: thevoiceinc-Cash App: $thevoiceinc-PO Box 263, Richmond, KY 40476BOOKING: firstname.lastname@example.orgLIFE COACHING: To schedule your Life Coaching appointment with Julie email: email@example.comTUSSEY TELEVISION: youtube.com/tusseytelevision Subscribe today!Limitless Live! with Gary & Julie Tussey on Gary & Julie Tussey Ministries APP! SEARCH Gary & Julie Tussey Ministries on your APP STOREJULIE'S SKINCARE, AND WELLNESS: marykay.com/julietusseyTEXT JULIE: 859-407-7673Thank you for listening today and please share, follow, subscribe and/or leave a great review for us today. We appreciate you!!c&p 2023 Julie Tusseyfacebook.com/thejulietusseyshowThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3245015/advertisement
Tess Frame is a mother of two who experienced severe pneumonia in late pregnancy after contracting the flu. Her condition became septic, resulting in organ failure and premature labor. She gave birth by cesarean at thirty-five weeks while comatose, and was intubated in critical care for several weeks after. While in a coma, she experienced and/or perceived traumas she could only begin to unwind after becoming conscious, trying to unravel what experiences were real and what were only imagined in her unconscious state. She was convinced she had been kidnapped and assaulted and struggled to reconcile her conscious and subconscious experiences while in the coma. It was a heart-wrenching twenty-five days before Tess could finally meet her baby, and it took an additional three to four months for Tess to fully feel he belonged to her. She shares her birth story and her ambitious healing journey guided, perhaps surprisingly, by the twelve-step addiction recovery program. Supported by her church and community, she focused on mending her mind, body, and family, ultimately being granted a second chance at life.Tess on Instagram**********Down to Birth is sponsored by:Needed -- Optimal nutritional products for before, during and after pregnancyModern Nursery--Your one-stop shop for eco-friendly, stylish baby gearDrinkLMNT -- Purchase LMNT today and receive a free sample kit.Love Majka Products -- Support your milk supply.Silverette Nursing Cups -- Soothe and heal sore nipples with 925 silver nursing cups.Postpartum Soothe -- Herbs and padsicles to heal and comfort. Connect with us on Patreon for our exclusive content.Email Contact@DownToBirthShow.comInstagram @downtobirthshowCall us at 802-GET-DOWN Work with Cynthia: 203-952-7299 HypnoBirthingCT.com Work with Trisha: 734-649-6294 Please remember we don't provide medical advice. Speak to your licensed medical provider for all your healthcare matters.
Today's conversation is with Charity Cook. Charity is an Associate Evangelist with Global Awakening, an author, and speaker. Join us as Charity shares her story of reconciling loss and trauma with her theology. Listen in and be blessed by her journey of hope and overcoming while trusting God and believing the good news. Find out more information and order her new book, A Heart Like Jesus, at: https://globalawakeningstore.com More resources for your healing journey can be found here: https://equip.identityrestoration.net https://www.faithbygrace.org/identity-restoration https://www.faithbygrace.org/who-do-you-think-you-are_bible-study
Hey Listener, it's supposed to be the last Spooky Season podcast with Jaimie Filer, but he's nowhere to be found. Weird. Dan Ebben from Swine City Brewing is here to talk about his fandom for all things Stephen King. Topics this week include: Owning a brewery and deciding what you want to create. The power of magic. Who is Richard Bachman? What Ya Into? is a very pro Conan the Barbarian podcast. The Body. The Shawskank Redemption and Stephen King. Stephen King: actor. A love letter to Maximum Overdrive. Can I have face on the front of my car? Who Made Who is a killer AC/DC album. Sober King. Someday there will be a payday. When your Godmother introduces Stephen King to you. Carrie's commentary on high school bullying. What's your favorite type of vampire? The Shining, the book vs. the movie. A man made virus that ends the world. Waking up the Girls Gone Wild! Music again. Firestarter is just asking for to much to be believable. Aliens and Bigfoot. This is the show, rants and rabbit holes. Norman Reedus is now Daryl Dixon forever. Converting loveable animals into death machines. Christine, murderous Tesla. Nunchucks vs. toys. I know that Herman Munster is in it. The cultural impact of IT and Pennywise. Give JD a follow. Bugging people online. Getting up and knocking over a mic. Real books or E-books? Dan has hot takes about the Hanks family. The Regulators and Desperation are 2 for the price of 1. Seeing characters in your mind's eye before seeing them in a movie. Do you answer numbers you don't know? Thats the point of robots. Dr. Sleep, more like Dr. No One Cares. Dan loves Stephen King and has things to say. How do you approach medical procedures? Castle Rock. What do you want Stephen King to write about next? Shout out to the Root Cellar.
Over the years, I have traveled extensively around Iceland in a camper van, so the pros and cons I'm sharing in this episode are from personal experience. While the list might not cover every possible pro and con, I think it will give you enough insight about the experience to help you decide if this is something you want to do. Rent a Camper Van in Iceland & Save If you plan to rent a camper van, I highly recommend using Go Campers. I've use two of their campers on long road trips. One was the Go Lite Automatic camper and the other is Go Big Automatic Camper. They currently have a large selection of campers available, great customer service, and competitive rates. When you use my code iceland7, you save 7% and get two free duvets with your GO Campers van rental. Pros of Renting a Camper Van in Iceland 1. Save Money: Renting a camper van can be more cost-effective than constantly checking into hotels or guesthouses every night. By having your accommodation on wheels, you can reduce the expenses of your trip significantly.2. Travel Flexibility: One of the greatest joys of a camper van is the freedom it offers. You're not bound by hotel check-in/check-out times, and you can decide to stay longer in a place you love or move on if you're ready for a change of scenery.3. Icelandic Campsites: While this can also be a con (more on that later), many of Iceland's campsites are situated in breathtaking locations. Waking up to a waterfall, geysers, or vast landscapes can be a once-in-a-lifetime experience. I recommend using the website tjalda.is to find campsites in Iceland.4. Variety of Camper Vans: Whether you're traveling solo, as a couple, or with a family, there's a camper van to fit your needs. From basic models to luxurious ones with all amenities, the choices are plentiful.5. So Many Places to Explore: Iceland is replete with natural wonders, from the Blue Lagoon to the colorful mountains in the Icelandic highlands. With a camper van, you have the convenience of stopping at off-the-beaten-path locations, making your trip even more memorable.6. What Comes with a Camper Van: Most camper vans come equipped with cooking facilities, bedding, and sometimes even Wi-Fi. This means less to pack and a more comfortable journey overall. A heater, electric cooler, a sink and different amenities are available on what kind of van you choose. Cons of Renting a Camper Van in Iceland 1. Icelandic Campsites: Here's the flip side – not all campsites are created equal. Some might be crowded, especially during peak tourist season, and may lack essential facilities.2. Using the Bathroom at Night: Most camper vans don't come with a toilet. So, those midnight nature calls can be a bit challenging, especially if you're parked far from campsite facilities or in more isolated areas.3. Extra Camper Van Costs: While the van itself might seem like a bargain, remember to factor in the cost of fuel, campsite fees, and any additional equipment or insurance you might need.4. Icelandic Weather: Iceland's weather is notorious for its unpredictability. Driving a camper van in strong winds, rain, or snow can be challenging. And even if you're not driving, being cooped up in a small space during bad weather can be less than ideal.5. Confined Space: Even the most spacious camper vans can feel tight after a few days, especially if you're traveling with others. It requires a certain level of adaptability and patience. Here are some packing cubes that are so useful to use for your camper van adventures.6. When Campsites Are Open: Not all campsites are open year-round. If you're traveling during the off-season, you might find limited options, which can pose challenges for where you can legally and safely park for the night. Free Iceland Packing Checklist for Winter & Summer For the full list of essentials of what to pack and wear in Iceland,
Waking up paralysed in 2014 completely turned Jamie McAnsh's life upside down. He lost his job, and his independence, but he was determined to forge a new path and purpose for his life. That included becoming a top disabled athlete, and fulfilling his dream of climbing Mount Everest in 2022. What he realised was that he had a great support network around him, helping him to achieve his goals, and he wanted to create something so that other people could experience that support too. That was when he created his company ‘See No Bounds' with his wife Charlott. Today, Jamie divides his time between speaking all over the world on various topics, and building the See No Bounds global business community. In this show you are going to get some brilliant insights into what it takes to keep going even when your life and world comes crashing down again and again! You are also going to get some great tips from Jamie around how he built his speaking career. Enjoy! (TRIGGER WARNING: PLEASE BE AWARE THAT THIS SHOW CONTAINS REFERENCE TO SUICIDAL THOUGHTS) What you'll discover: How Jamie woke up paralysed one morning in 2014. Why he had a funeral for his ‘able body' in 2015, despite beginning to make a recovery. How Jamie's life was thrown into more turmoil and how he came through it. The lessons he has learned so far from the adversity he has faced. Why Jamie created, ‘See No Bounds' and how COVID nearly took his business. How he got started speaking and why. What he has learned about himself from speaking to audiences about his journey. What Jamie got from his TEDx experience and the lessons he learned. How Jamie prepares for his talks and where storytelling and humour fit in. All things Jamie: www,jamiemcansh.com www.seenobounds.co.uk https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamie-mcansh-see-no-bounds/ https://www.facebook.com/SeeNoBounds/ https://www.facebook.com/Jamiemcanshmotivationalspeak Books & Resources*: Made it Thru the Rain: to light the journey ahead by Beverly Jones Resources: The Hookology Workshop - Making Sure Your Talk is Captivating From the Start Grab Your From Blank Page to Stage Guide and Nail the Topic for a Client Winning Talk Get a Powerful Talk Structure - Join the Masterclass Want to get better at finding and sharing your stories then check out our FREE Five Day Snackable Story Challenge Practice your speaking & test your content in a safe space in The Speaking Club ‘Live' Membership Want to create a signature talk that sells, then check out our Nail Your Signature Talk in 60 Days programme. Want to find out about working with me 121 then book a call here. https://www.saraharcher.co.uk Thanks for listening! To share your thoughts: Share this show on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn. To help the show out: Leave an honest review at https://www.ratethispodcast.com/tsc Your ratings and reviews really help get the word out and I read each one. Subscribe on iTunes. *(please note if you use my link I get a small commission, but this does not affect your payment)
At the tender age of 23, Joey faced the abyss of loneliness so deeply, he tragically attempted to end the pain once and for all. Waking up six days later in the ICU, he discovered the physical cost of his anguish: his right leg. But what led this young soul to such despair? More alarmingly, Joey's story isn't an isolated incident. An astounding 1 in 3 Australians grapple with this gut-wrenching feeling of desolation and disconnection. Documentary filmmaking is a journey of discovery, exploration, and storytelling. Unlike fiction films, which are primarily driven by imagination and creativity, documentaries aim to depict reality, shed light on the truths of our world, or convey a particular viewpoint. The process can be both rewarding and challenging. In this special episode, Shannon Swan and Georgia Fillmore delve into Joey's harrowing journey from that fateful day to his present search for understanding. Through candid conversations, they shed light on the endemic issue of loneliness in our society, its devastating aftermath, and the imperative need for solutions.Join us as we welcome experts featured in the documentary "The Great Separation" who provide insights into the physiological, psychological, and societal aspects of loneliness. Learn about the challenges our modern world poses and discover practical ways to bridge the ever-widening gap of human connection.Please join me for a community event of connection and belonging. I am hosting a private event at the Palace Cinema, Brisbane with a screening of the documentary film The Great Separation: Ambition for a better life together by Shannon Swan, an award winning filmmaker. The star of the film is Joseph Fry. He is making a special trip to meet everyone. The film helps to show ways to end loneliness and is incredibly uplifting. Come to the event on Nov 2nd 6 pm. To find out more about the location and secure a seat please register for a ticket by clicking on the link. There are very limited seats. https://events.humanitix.com/gather-for-good-or-an-ambition-for-a-better-life-together Listen to Joey's amazing story and journey to become the star of the film on episode #151 of the Thriving Minds podcast here. Outside meeting new people and connecting, we are going to be empowering and sending off Joey to begin the next step toward his Australian Paralympics Dream: Train with the Winter Ski Training Camp in USA November 9th 2023. Otherwise please send him off with your kind and generous support. Every dollar is like a million to him, no matter how small. This will mean the world to him. As he said, if you can't, please give him a shout out as he makes his dreams come true. Link here to his GoFundme page. https://gofund.me/aeecbec5 If you can't make the event, the film is currently streaming free on-line on SBS ON Demand. With heartwarming stories of resilience and community, coupled with actionable advice, this episode is more than just a recounting of a tale. It's a call to action – a plea to recognize, confront, and combat the epidemic of loneliness. How can we design our lives, communities, and societies to foster connection and togetherness?Listen in and let's find a way back to each other. Support the showSubscribe and support the podcast at https://www.buzzsprout.com/367319/supporters/newLearn more at www.profselenabartlett.com
Feminine energy is a transformative power. If one looks at history and the history books, there are several powerful women who embodied feminine energy, and I believe there is a reconnection with feminine energy during menopause, a time for women to reflect on whether it is a time to give up or step into power. In this episode, I had the privilege of speaking with a remarkable woman, Mel Ross, who experienced a profound shift in her life and has tapped into her deepest desires during her second season of life - menopause. She shares her personal journey of feeling a shift in her experience during menopause. She didn't have the typical awful symptoms that many women talk about, but she felt like she was channeling valuable information and data. This newfound perspective prompted her to start her own podcast and embrace the extraordinary capacity women have during this season of life to create change in the world. It's a reminder that menopause can be a time of empowerment and growth. Mel is an Executive Mentor and Coach, working with leaders to drive successful transformation at an organizational level, and she encourages women to embrace the changes they experience during menopause and find avenues to create the change they want to see in the world. Whether it's pursuing a new passion, making a difference in their communities, or simply embracing their own personal growth, this episode reminds us that we have the power to create the life we desire. To make this episode even more valuable, Mel generously offers two special gifts for you - documents that share her morning and evening routines. These routines have been proven effective and have been used by her clients' time and time again. If you're looking to establish a routine that works and supports your goals, these resources are a must-have. I encourage you to listen to this episode and share it with your friends who might benefit from its wisdom. Together, let's spread the love and rise to new heights! Key Takeaways: [00:00:03] Feminine energy is power. [00:06:48] Opening up during menopause. [00:07:21] Embrace ancient wisdom and technology. [00:10:17] Getting older and getting stronger. [00:12:14] Reconnect with curiosity and possibility. [00:14:00] Small shifts for transformation. [00:17:16] Harness feminine energy for influence. [00:21:40] Time, energy, and attention management. [00:23:33] Time mastery and mindset. [00:29:45] Importance of morning and evening routines. [00:32:16] Waking up the spinal cord. Memorable Quotes "In terms of ancient wisdom, even when I was a really young child, there was an acknowledgement that the feminine power was real and to be respected by all, young and old and across gender." – Mel Ross "TEA Mastery, so T-E-A, time. energy and attention. And I think, for me, one of the things that I've realized is that T (time), prime energy and attention If we're able to, and actually every single one of us is able to master these elements, then what we're doing is we're giving ourselves the strongest foundations for thriving into the future." – Mel Ross Links Mentioned In This Episode Morning & Evening Routine: https://subscribepage.io/teawithmel LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/melross1/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/modern.mindset.mentor/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@melross1111 Website Living Well Dallas Hormone Reset Betty Murray Socials Facebook Instagram
Ever felt like you're stuck in a loop of excitement and anxiety? @taylorawelch dives into the ups and downs of that rollercoaster. He will be covering the purpose of tension, how it fuels progress, and why you should embrace it. Stay tuned!IF you enjoyed the show please leave us a review to help push this message to more listeners around the world!Please visit Taylorawelch.com to access all of Taylor's socials and content Text Taylor: 615-326-5037Chapters: (01:09) Fear in biology(02:04) Waking up anxious(04:23) Anxiety caused by high standards.(05:47) The role of tension in the mind(06:09) The danger of losing tension
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Answering this weeks Top 5 Questions! This week's questions highlight the preschool and toddler stage: — Moved from a crib to a bed, now getting out of bed— Waking from naps after 30 minutes— Adjusting schedule for 5 and a half month old overtired at bedtime— Dropping a nap around Daylight Saving Time, do it before or after — 5am wakesErin Junker | Paediatric Sleep ConsultantInstagram @thehappysleepcompanyWebsite www.thehappysleepcompany.com
During the fierce persecution of Christians by the Persian King Shapur II, Saint Sadoth succeeded the Martyr Symeon (April 17) as Bishop of Seleucia. His name in Persian, Shah-dost, means 'Friend of the King'; but the earthly Shah saw him as no friend, and the holy bishop knew that his days on earth were numbered. One night in a dream, Sadoth saw a ladder reaching from earth to heaven. At the top stood Bishop Symeon, who called joyfully to him: 'Climb up, Sadoth, and do not be afraid! I climbed up yesterday; you will climb up today.' Waking, Sadoth knew that he would soon be called to martyrdom. He immediately set out to encourage his flock and to exhort them to stand firm for Christ in the coming day of persecution. A few days later the persecutors came in the King's name to arrest the holy Bishop; with him they seized 128 priests, deacons, monks and simple believers. All were held in prison for five months, being brought forth repeatedly and tortured in ways too cruel to describe; but not a single one could be brought to worship the sun. Finally, all were condemned to die by the sword. The 128 martyrs, chained together, sang joyous hymns as they went to the place of execution. They did not cease to sing until the death of the last Martyr. Sadoth himself, however, was taken in chains to the city of Beit Lapat, where he was beheaded a few days later.