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Rad Season Podcast - Action Sports and Adventure Show
Jimmy The Giant — YouTuber on Parkour, Building an Audience and Content Creation

Rad Season Podcast - Action Sports and Adventure Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 45:52


Kieren Owen, otherwise known as YouTuber Jimmy The Giant or The Internet's Louis Theroux is a storyteller, musician and sub culture enthusiast.Kieren got hooked on two things at an early age, parkour and making videos. Growing up he had a group of mates who he would practice parkour with and film. They created a parkour lifestyle brand called Marrero Gang. The company fell apart after a few years. He still wanted to make videos and had built a name for himself as Jimmy The Giant through music. He took over the Marrero Gang YouTube Channel. His first documentary on the new channel called ‘How One Man Nearly Destroyed Parkour' went viral. Jimmy The Giant continued to create documentary style videos about parkour. He then expanded out into content on interesting sub cultures and action sports targeting a larger audience. He's now gone full time as a content creature building his YouTube channel to 229k subscribers and over 41 million views. We talk about...→ Content strategies he used to grow his YouTube Channel,→ Covering Action Sports events around the world→ Advice for starting your own YouTube Channel→ Content Creation and broadening out by not staying in a niche You can follow what Jimmy The Giant is up to on Instagram at jimmythegiantuk and be sure to check out his YouTube Channel. Like what you hear?  Please consider subscribing on Apple Podcasts or Spotify and leave a short review. It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference.The Rad Season Action Sports Podcast come out across all podcast players with a new episode every Monday.For show notes and past guests, please visit: radseason Past guests on The Rad Season Show include Chris Berkard, Gerry Lopez, Stacy Peralta, Bob Haro, Bob McKnight, Wim Hof, Garry Fisherm, Graham Jarvis, Mike Corey. Contact Rad Season On our website radseason.com On Instagram at radseason and olirussellcowan On LinkedIn at olirussellcowan Email us at info@radseason.com Thanks for listening & keep it rad!

Doing Gentle with an edge
04. Present to what?

Doing Gentle with an edge

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 5:40


First published on my blog on January 25, 2021. Read the post here → The bottom line: I get to experience that which I am present to, and not experience that which I am not present to, as I cannot be present to everything all at once. I'm sitting in bed. It's 8:24 am and I've just completed my regular Wim Hof breathing practice. Before that, I did a seven-minute pelvic exercise in my morning gown, standing in the kitchen awaiting the kettle coming to a boil. Just drank the by-now lukewarm cup of water, grabbing my iPad to do a bit of morning writing before getting up, for real. Open PAGES, look at the screen. Blank. Raising my head, I look out the two windows facing me as I sit, propped up by pillows in my bed, and it's snowing. Big flakes. Surprised, I immediately put fingers to keyboard and start to write, only to look up again three minutes later… no snow.Snow flakes have given way to raindrops. Huh Go figure. In an instant. There. And then, not there. If I hadn't looked up. I would have missed them, the snow flakes. Makes me wonder. How much do I miss? And… kind of like the question if a tree that falls all by its own out in the forest actually makes a noise even with no one around to hear, I wonder if it actually matters? Do I miss out on things, if I do not know they exist? If I had missed out on seeing these snow flakes, not knowing that there was a brief interlude of heavy snowfall, just for a minute or two… would I really have missed out? Doesn't the missing-out-aspect require me to know what was, and know that I did not get to experience it? Is knowledge a prerequisite to missing out on something or other? Hah! It's now 8:33 and as I raise my head (this is what I do when I look for inspiration, my head and eyes tend to veer towards upper left), guess what? Yeah. Snowing. Again. I cannot be present to everything all at once. I cannot be present to everything, period. And what I am not present to I cannot experience. What I am present to, I experience. And the better I get at being present, the deeper those experiences impact me. It's as if I am thrown a piece of string, with each experience, a piece of string that I can then follow, outwards, beyond. To more experiences, to a wider perspective. Snow. Rain. Snow. Must be around freezing for that to happen, or perhaps a few degrees above. But not more. And definitely not less. Will it cause slippery streets and pavements? Will people hurt themselves on account of this? Might it snow enough for kids to be able to start a snow ball fight, make a snowman or even go sledding? Will I have to shovel snow when I leave the house later today, for a walk? Might it turn colder, affecting the five pieces of maple logs D brought this weekend, logs we intend to inoculate with mushroom mycelium? Is winter finally coming? What will we do with the logs then, how to keep them from freezing? 8:44. Again. No snow flakes falling. Part of a dance that might well continue if it wasn't for the fact that I have a Zoom-meeting starting in fifteen minutes. I tear myself away from my musings, as I realize it's high time to get out of bed to get ready. What might I miss out on as a result? And what might I experience? To what am I present?

Talk Stupid 2 Me
171 - Superhumans

Talk Stupid 2 Me

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 46:20


This episode of TS2M is about people with seemingly insane abilities and attributes that might qualify them for comic book character status.  Support the show

Spiritual Dope
Giten Tonkov Biodynamic Breathwork

Spiritual Dope

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 42:17


  Giten Tonkov The creator of the Biodynamic Breathwork and Trauma Release System BBTRS. Co-founder of the Integral Body Institute and the director of the Energy of Breath Institute (http://www.energyofbreath.com) in New York. Giten was born in the Ukraine, and has been living in New York since 1988, though his many travels make him a citizen of the world. His path to “self-knowledge” began in the early 1990s. Giten has extensive experience in therapy focused on bodywork and breath work. Since 1994 he has been a licensed massage therapist (Swedish Institute of Massage and Therapy in New York) and since 2001 a certified Breath Therapist (Osho Multiversity, Pune, India). He has worked as a therapist at the Osho Multiversity (Osho International Meditation Resort in Pune, India) where he ran a group “Your Body – Your Emotions”. Giten is a Sannyasin (a student of the Indian mystic Osho). He is an experienced leader, running workshops and training courses all over the world. After over 20 years of searching, studying, experiencing and working with multiple clients, both individually and in groups, he created the method of Biodynamic Breath work and Trauma Release System BBTRS. He also created a unique therapy Breath Work on the Ball™. Currently, Giten leads “Biodynamic Breath work and Trauma Release” training courses in the United States, India, Taiwan, China, Russia, Ukraine, Colombia, Costa Rica, Greece and other countries. Thanks to IBI he is also in Poland. https://www.biodynamicbreath.com/ https://www.gofundme.com/f/ukraine-traumaresilience-project     Introduction to today's episode. 0:00 The six elements of biodynamic breathwork. 1:53 Breathwork is a body-oriented therapy. 6:50 What is a natural release system in the body? 13:58 An example of an external resource. 21:21 What's it like to be able to provide a modality for people to work through their trauma. 28:07 The training is divided into two parts. Part of it is online and part is in-person. 30:53 How do you experience this resource in your body? 36:27 Intro Guy 0:00 Your journey has been an interesting one up to hear you've questioned so much more than those around you. You've even questioned yourself as to how you could have grown into these thoughts. Am I crazy? When did I begin to think differently? Why do people in general, you're so limited thought process Rest assured, you are not alone. The world is slowly waking up to what you already know inside yet can't quite verbalize. Welcome to the spiritual dough podcast, the show that answers the question you never even knew to ask, but knew the answers to questions about you this world the people in it? Most importantly, how do I proceed? Now moving forward? We don't even have all the answers, but we sure do love living in the question. Time for another hit of spiritual dub with your host, Brandon Handley. Let's get right into today's episode. Brandon Handley 0:42 Hey there spiritual dope. I'm on here today with Giten Tonkov who is the founder and director of biodynamic breathwork and trauma release Institute. He's a co founder and director of the integral body Institute in Poland and lead facilitator in BV T ri screenings, I came across Gaetan by by way of trying to learn more about breathwork and came across his book, which was feel to heal releasing trauma through body awareness. And I chased them all around the world, asking him to come on to the podcast, Keaton, thank you for being on here today. So, you know, let's talk a little bit about, I think, just your work as it pertains to breathwork. And your work is multiple disciplines involved in it. And I believe you've got what we call six pillars in your that illustrate the modalities, would you mind sharing that with the audience, and we dig a little bit into it from there. Giten Tonkov 1:53 Absolutely. So biodynamic breathwork is a multi modal approach, it brings together the six elements. The first one is deep connected, breathing, conscious, connected breathing. And the way that we use the breath is to activate our sympathetic response, or D activate the sympathetic response that to bring into parasympathetic activation. So breath is used in many different ways in this modality. So when we're beginning to go into a deeper breath, we are activating the system, and then the charge that's stuck in the body has a chance to to complete the interrupted response. So this is the first element, the element of breath, the second element is movement, the movement is kind of ingrained into breath. So when we're fully deeply breathing, there is so much movement already happening in our body of this diaphragm moving, there's lungs expanding, contracting, there is all auxiliary muscles that assist in the breathing are involved. So we take that internal movement that's already happening in our physical body and express it through the outward movement, a lot of it is on the winding of the spine. So this way, we are actually engaging the fascia, the deep core tissues as well to release to support the release of tension that's at the core of the body that's related to past traumatic event. The next element is the element of touch. And touch is used as in a form of body work, as well as in the form of resourcing to assist in the session. So touch can support the release of tension. And touch can bring the person back into the deeper connection with themselves. So there's ways that we use touch in the, in the in person workshops when we do hands on assist, and there's also self touch that's involved in the online setting. So it's very important element is touch. So the next element is sound. So we have breath, movement, touch and sound, the sound is used in the form of our own voice, as well as external sound in the form of music that supports the session that supports and bringing up emotion as well as live instruments that actually impact the body through the sound healing the vibration of the sound when it enters the body. It's of course it impacts ourselves. But the most powerful musical instrument we have is our own voice. So the voice really is reports that layers of release and expression, as well as letting go, as well as the vibration of the sound is healing from the inside out. So if you have the elements of breath, movement type sound, this combination supports the emergence of the next element, which is emotional expression. When we begin to release the tension in our physical body, the emotional charge that lives in that physical tension begins to come up to the surface. So moving those stuck emotions that are related to past unresolved experiences to past traumas, this is the key to creating more freedom in the body, more relaxation in the body. So we are moving through all these different various elements, breath movement, sound, tai chi, emotional expression, to support the emergence of silence, the last element is the element of meditation. So when we are clearing ourselves from past trauma, from busy mind, we are completing interrupted impulses, which trauma is actually in its essence, interrupted impulses that are stuck in the physical body. So we are coming into a place of silence, which is naturally emergent. So this gives us an opportunity to look at ourselves objectively, to allow anything that needs to still complete, to compete in the physical body. So this kind of in a nutshell, the six elements of biodynamic breathwork Brandon Handley 6:49 I love, I love this, because if you take a look at your history, you know, you started with, you know, kind of hands on doing massage therapy, you joined a couple of breathwork sessions if I recall correctly, you would attended an Osho event as a facilitator as a translator for somebody who was Russian there. And that was like one of your first taste to that and then you you figured out ways to incorporate that in other modalities and you put these all together for one complete and cohesive kind of packaging system. So I think that that's that's super interesting one of the things that I really need to go ahead get getting Giten Tonkov 7:54 I was gonna say it's a 20 Brandon Handley 7:55 years. And this is this isn't something that you just came up with either as I believe, right around 20 years of active work on this is that correct system? Giten Tonkov 8:22 Yes, it's around 20 years of working with these modalities and experimenting, seeing what works, what doesn't work, how they support each other. Brandon Handley 8:32 And one of the things that I think that you found was really were was the idea and the concept. Maybe not you but you stumbled on it in one area, it's the seven bands of tension. Right? Could you talk to us a little bit about this seven bands of tension and how they might even aligned to the chakra system? Were was the idea and the concept? Maybe seven bands of 10 Right. Talk about this? Giten Tonkov 9:03 Chakra. Yes. So the seven belts of tension is the whole western body oriented psychology is actually rooted in the concept of Reichian approach which German therapist will Unbreak who was student contemporary of Freud found that the the past traumatic event manglik mainly developmental trauma is distributed in the form of tension in the body in we're in seven bands of tension. And sure enough of these seven Bell bends of tension are more or less in exactly the same areas of the chakra system. But the way that we work in the seven belts of tension, it's actually the biodynamic breathwork is it is a body oriented therapy. So we took that as, as a foundation, the working with the, with the distribution of physical tension in the in the body, and how these bands hold that developmental trauma effects in our physical body. So their ocular belt of tension that is involves the eyes, the forehead, the top of the head. And then we move down into the oral belt of tension with you, which is a jaw and the mouth and the back of the head. And then moving down into cervical, which is our throat expression and creativity also blocking our expression through our throat is very common, then moving down into a thoracic belt, which includes the chest, the heart, the lungs, this, this kind of armoring that we build to protect our heart, from feeling pain, pretty much this is this, all of these belts are in essence have formed for us to feel protected from feeling emotional pain, pretty much. So this in essence, creates this physical armoring that she has right talked about a lot and this physical armoring blocks the flow of energy through our our physical body. So moving down through the through the body, under the thoracic belt of tension is diaphragmatic belt, which includes our diaphragm, our ribcage. And of course, the movement of the diaphragm is very important. The big range of movement of the diaphragm is important because it controls the flow of impulses from the sex to the heart. So as well as how intensely we feel, the more you want to block your feelings, the shallower you will breathe. So that diminishes the movement of the diaphragm and brings the tension around the ribcage, of course. And then moving down into the belly, we have abdominal belt of tension, which includes the abdomen, all the organs, it houses as well as the lower back. And of course, the base is our pelvis, our sex organs, our reproductive organs, and of course, our legs, which is all involved in the in this belt of tension. So the theory behind the Reich's formation of personality structures that the Sexual Energy wants to arise from the pelvis it wants to move up into the belly into the heart and the flow higher turned into expression. But we are conditioned to block these impulses. And because these impulses are blocked, for whatever reason, the physical tension is created. And then after some years, this physical tension is settled in the body in this form. So what we do with biodynamic breath work, we approach working with these belts of tension in very specific order to support the release of tension, the emotion that they this tension holds, as well as supporting the flow of natural impulses through the physical body. In this way we complete the interrupted impulses and heal from developmental trauma as well as any form of trauma. It could be a shock trauma, it could be acute traumas. So this approach works pretty much for a wide variety of Brandon Handley 13:58 offers is great, you've got all the you know what I think is really cool. First of all, I'm thank you for walking through the the belts attention. It's, it aligns so closely to the chakra system, and you know, Eastern medicine and the way they look at the body, that I was pretty shocked to find that and your book. The other thing that I thought that was really neat in your book is that even the very beginning talks about what you're talking about, right? Is this this tension that gets trapped in our bodies, and how animals have a natural release system. And humans, I guess, we tend to do to whatever conditioning, we're kind of blocking and trapping this energy within us. Can you talk a little bit about that? And like what would be Have you found what a natural release system may be for humans if we go through all of this, biodynamic, you know, work and we get the tension releases? What is a natural release for us? Giten Tonkov 15:17 Well, we are in like all mammals are programmed to release the tension in more or less the same way to release the shock to release the trauma and more or less the same way by completing the response that that naturally is released in the term into in time of the traumatic event. But we are as humans are the only ones that learn to interrupt that natural impulse and the impulse is to shake to tremor. So when we work with biodynamic breathwork, we actually support the practitioner, the participants to complete the interrupted response to tremor, a lot of the times the interrupted response comes in tremoring. And other times it comes in the movement in, Brandon Handley 16:15 so we're talking, I lost you like, right around, I guess, you know, some of the tremoring and allowing that movement to complete to run through its motions. And that would be the natural thing. Whereas we typically we've been trained to kind of interrupt that. Giten Tonkov 16:31 So we we somehow, as humans interrupt that natural response for the body to complete the activation. And the key for our work is to support this natural response to complete the activation to come back. Because it's still there, no matter how long the activation has been interrupted in the body, our body looks for chances to complete it. And once our body is given that chance, it will take it. So pretty much what we provide in the session is the chance for our physical body to complete the activation, therefore, move in out of living as a traumatized individual. Brandon Handley 17:24 So releasing all that stored trauma in the body, right, letting that energy dissipate, right, you're allowing for for, it's kind of like coming back, and just, you know, turning the machine back on to allow for it to turn the faucet back on or whatever, it just allows for that energy to flow out. Yeah, Giten Tonkov 17:43 pretty much, pretty much yes, it's the the response. Like I said, no matter how long it's been stuck in the body, it's, it's still there. And it's settled in the form of change, which is pretty much Brahma is interrupted response. If the response is that the moment of the traumatic event, there is no trauma, we move through it. But the fight or flight is, is that's been interrupted, that turns into freeze, which is still has fight or flight running under the freeze. So this is the way to work with with this modality like any other trauma oriented modality. Brandon Handley 18:34 I love it. And then one of the things that you talk about is resourcing in the book and you brought it up today. Let's know a little bit more about that. I think I got a little bit confused, especially like if we're trying to self resource in a breath working space, can you bring it talk us through what resourcing is and what that would look like in a full in person session as well as a you know, at home session. Giten Tonkov 19:02 So, resource is pretty much based on the concept that we use Pendulo ation within the session ventilation meaning that we move between activation, we create the support the activation in the body, that kind of so we have something to work with. And then after sustaining this activation for a certain amount of time, as long as the person is able to be with this activation without feeling overwhelmed. After a while we move the attention back to the place in the body which feels safe and connected which is called internal resource which For this we use the concept of felt sense. So we sense our physicality without attaching much meaning to it. We just look for physical sensations that feel comfortable this as a resource, so we have internal resource which can be located within the physical body. And we have external resource, which is something from outside of ourselves that can be also translated into how it affects us physically. So, in the use of this, of the resources gives an opportunity to feel safe within the session. So we're not going into a place where we feel overcharged or overstimulated, so we can go through the process of releasing without feeling overwhelmed. This is the reason for using a resource. And it's very, it's a very effective way to release trauma because usually, trauma means that we are disconnecting from our physical sensations, it's too much to experience, a lot of the times they're painful. So we disconnect from physicality. So now we're providing an opportunity to come back into feeling our physical bodies in safety. So resource provides that. Could you Brandon Handley 21:21 give me an example of like, what some people might use as an outside resource? Giten Tonkov 21:26 Nature is a fantastic external resource, going into a tree being with the tree, touching a tree, getting your feet, in the sand or on the ground, feeling how that actually feels for you. A memory from the past where you can remember yourself, feeling very good physically. Pat's friends saw their people are amazing, external resources. So anything from the outside that makes you feel safe and connected to your physical body in a positive way? No, thank you. Brandon Handley 22:11 I appreciate that. Because again, you know, like you're saying, if we're going through this trauma, we want to stay connected. I think that you've also mentioned it in the book and some several videos. We don't want to go into a state of catharsis where we disconnect, right? Because then we're not working through that trauma and releasing it. And since it is such a deep is sensation, does processes seeing the trauma, when we connect and have a place of safety to go to that would be what you consider a resourcing. Right, that would be the thing that we can use to help us through that situation. Okay, thank you. Thank you. That's perfect. So there's a couple more pieces I want to get get to here for you. One of the things is, you know, this is a modality that what you what you brought, is something to heal through trauma, and there's trauma and a lot of different ways throughout the world. And one of the things that's happening right now is the War of the Ukraine. And we did not mention the beginning here. I believe that your your Ukrainian descent, and you've recently just come back from there where you've been raising awareness, as well as teaching others in Ukraine, how to leverage this to work through their traumas. Would you like to share a little bit about that? Giten Tonkov 23:30 Yes. Thank you for asking Brandon. Yes, I'm originally from Ukraine. I left Ukraine as a refugee. In fact, when I was 18 years old, and with my parents, we were leaving from my ethnic persecution in Ukraine, and back then it was Soviet Union. And as well as political persecution. So when this conflict started when Ukraine was attacked, completely unprovoked by by Russia, we, I was in Poland and we had already running training for biodynamic breath work and trauma release training, so we to couple of Ukrainian students on scholarship to, for them to bring this work more into the into the field. And once the training is was finished, this was already we were going on to about three weeks of conflicts at that point. And we set up in Warsaw in Poland, a hub for Ukrainian refugees to come and receive the trauma release technique. So we created a very special approach which is geared for acute trauma. which is mostly the trauma that people are experiencing now with this situation. So this, this project is still ongoing, the hub is operational in Warsaw. And now we are in contact with the US State Department, an organism in organization that is subdivision for US State Department, that is actually bringing the work going to bring the work to a Ukrainian aid workers. So we are sending a team going to be sending a team in Warsaw, again, as well as in western Ukraine. And we've so this is a very much needed response. And this is where the modality gets to show up in in actual action, where it's needed most for people that are dealing with a very acute trauma. And as well as the aid workers, they're, they're exposed to, first of all, through vicarious traumatization through through the people that they're helping, as well as being on the territory of Ukraine. It's, it's a very traumatic situation for the entire country for the entire population. Right now, there's over 5 million refugees that left Ukraine, and many of them more than half of them are in Poland. So that's why we set up this hub in Poland, specifically more so. But now, with First of all, we have no idea how long this conflict is going to last. And there are still people are fleeing Ukraine, there are still people that are traumatized, and for sure, we want to, as much as possible avoid for the trauma to continue to build within the country. So it we no matter how you look at it, there will be long lasting consequences from this conflict. And so my organization, biodynamic breathwork, and trauma release Institute, we are fully committed, and we are also started the foundation. Based on this project, we're fully committed to support people who are on the front line, as well as the refugees as well as the people who've been in active combat, to support them to do whatever is possible to release the effects of this horrible events from their physical body. So we don't have to pass it on to future generations. We know how it all ended up after World War Two, and many conflicts that followed. Throughout the world people hold this trauma did becomes generational, and we pass it on to our children and their children's children. This it doesn't go away, just simply with time it gets passed on. Brandon Handley 28:07 Yeah, and so I think that it's great that you're able to get out there and provide a modality like this something that they can do, by themselves, both the refugees and the frontline workers that are out there, and something that, you know, they can do as a community, right. It's a visual, it's something that, you know, shows community and I think that in, given the circumstances, to be accepted into a community like that, and then the work through that, and probably to release that. And that's got to be a moment in their lives that that they end up being eternally grateful. So for for you to do that. I know you've got a I think it's a GoFundMe set up, that I'll be able to share out as long as that's going. And I can share out some links about the ongoing work that you're doing. And I think that that's, it's tremendous that you've been able to find something throughout these years. And as unfortunate as this event is now you're able to go home as it were to provide this incredible resource. Giten Tonkov 29:14 Thank you. Thank you, Brendan. Yes, we have a GoFundMe account, one of the it's for for another week or so until next Friday, so it would be awesome to to receive some donations to support this project. And yes, this is this is real help in action. It's support to the people that really need it. And the it's great that I mentioned community. Community Building is part of what we're doing, bringing people together where they can share in a safe environment where they can share in the environment where they when they speak They are supported in that process. Storytelling is also used as we brought it in as part of one of the tools that are very creative trauma, healing storytelling, where people can tell their stories without feeling. Like they're being re traumatized by telling it. So this is a very specific way that we included in it as well. Wonderful. Brandon Handley 30:31 And so, you know, let's say that I wanted to train in this, I think this modality speaks to me, I've tried other modalities like Wim Hof, you know, getting the heileman supply, but I feel like there's more, you know, and as his work has been great, so is this, talk to me a little bit about, you know, what it would look like to train with you, and how would I go about doing that? Giten Tonkov 30:53 Yes, we have a training running for many years, the training is divided in two parts, part of it is online, and part of it is in person. So it though, in person workshops are happening in Poland, US and Mexico. So pretty much, we're also adding in one in Australia, we had it going in Australia as well. So people pretty much it's accessible from anywhere in the world, whether it's in the in the Americas or in Europe. And so that's an in person part, and there is an online, five months training that just that is part of the practitioner training. Next enrollment, it begins in September. I mean, the enrollment is already happening now. But the next course begins in September. And the training is very flexible to people can go first in person and then continue online or start online and then continue in person. So altogether, it's around 400 hours of training. And it's certified training was certified by Australian breathwork Association as well as international breathwork Foundation. And the it's a registered us continuing education courses by licensing divisions of massage therapy and acupuncture. So this is a very serious training program, especially now when after COVID. So many people left their jobs and looking for a career change and something new in their lives. This is a fantastic way to stay connected to yourself to heal your own body and learn a very valuable modality to support others in their growth. Whether you are already a practitioner of any body oriented modalities or a psychology, this will definitely add to your training that's awesome. Brandon Handley 33:19 Thanks for Thanks for sharing that. One of the use a couple pieces here to left in my mind. One is you've got an exercise, I believe that can help to release like some of the myofascial tissues, right, like and some of the tension. What is that exercise? Would you mind sharing with the audience? Something they could do at home by themselves to try and relieve some of the tension in their body? Giten Tonkov 33:43 Yeah, I absolutely the exercise I can, I can guide the audience for the next five minutes into the exercise and the exercise. It's called tans release, unwind. So there is a certain process happens in our physical body. If we consciously tense the tissues, hold it for 30 seconds, and then release that holding. So the energy that's been held in the body releases and it releases to the deeper tissues as well. So once the release is happening, we take that energy, this bio energy and move it through the body with this unwinding, undulating movement. So this exercise can be done at any time of day. It can be done at any areas in the body. You can start with the face, you can do it the holding your jaw, you can hold your shoulders and then release and then unwind. So the three major step is tensing, holding for 30 seconds, letting go of the holding, releasing, and the final step is to unwind to laugh that movement come up as an expression of the energy that the body is releasing. So let's take a moment you can sit or be standing and take a few deep, full breaths, one after the other. Bring your attention to where the breath is flowing in your physical body. Be aware of the felt sensations that are present in this area. And now let's start by bringing our attention to our shoulder. So I want to ask you to raise your shoulders up to your ears and tense that area and hold that tension. And let's hold it for about 30 seconds. And I'm gonna time it for 30 seconds, and then I'll let you know when to release. And hold it, hold it, hold it. And now let's begin to bring that holding to a peak. Let's hold it tighter. And you have about 10 More seconds left. And 54321 now releasing the tension, letting your shoulders flow down, releasing, relaxing, and let your body softly move, letting that movement come from the inside out. Especially bring in that movement into your spine. So moving your shoulders, moving your head and neck, let this movement come down your spine. Now bringing the breath back, breathing deeply in through the nose, out through the mouth. Deep full breath in through the nose out through the mouth, and let your body softly drop into this movement. There's still this energy that wants to move you if you simply let go of your control, the body will move on its own Yeah, very good. The brain some movement into your neck and head into your lower face into your jaw. Yeah. And take another deep, full breath. Noticing how the when the breath comes in, it fills you up from the inside. It's kind of DISRE rubber ball that expands with the breath. And when you exhale, letting yourself go dropping letting the the gravity work and letting the movement arise. Your body naturally wants to release tension by movement. Yes. And then now the deep full breath. Being aware of your physicality of your whole body as a one unit as a whole. Being aware of your felt sensation, being aware of the place of comfort that we talked earlier about resource How do you experience this resource in your physical body and take a deep full breath and once again, shift your attention to just outside of yourself and whenever you're ready, you can open your eyes even short few minutes of practice already make a difference Brandon Handley 39:44 feel tingly? You know I feel great. Even just even with just short exercise and the reminder to the guidance is always great. The reminder to kind of find the resource is absolutely wonderful and Um, you know, just feeling that kind of release, right, letting that natural movement happen. So that's, that's, that's definitely feels wonderful. So I appreciate you sharing that with me walking me through it myself and, and doing it once like that. So listen, you know, I know we've got a short period of time today's thank you for hopping on today. Hopefully, we recorded and we did everything we're supposed to do it it all works out Where Where should I send some people to connect with you Giten Tonkov 40:31 biodynamic breath.com is our website it has ways to get in touch with our organization, there's contact form at the schedule of all the events. There's links to videos and many resources. It's biodynamic breath.com We'd love to see you at our workshops. We have a weekly class free, free, biodynamic, breathwork session running every Sunday. And you can sign up on our website through it to receive the link and join us every Sunday for free for 490 minutes of breath exploration, myself and our teaching staff running these sessions as they're happening regularly on 10am pacific time on Sunday. Brandon Handley 41:30 So that's very generous of you to offer that and host that thank you so much Keaton and appreciate you taking the time here today and excited to see how this work continues for you. Thank you. Intro Guy 41:46 I really hope you enjoyed this episode of the spiritual dope podcast. Stay connected with us directly through spiritual dove.co. You can also join the discussion on Facebook, spiritual and Instagram at spiritual underscore Joe. If you would like to speak with us, send us an email there Brandon at spiritual dove.co And as always, thank you for cultivating your mindset and creating a better reality. This includes the most thought provoking part of your day. Don't forget to like and subscribe to stay fully up to date. Until next time, be kind to yourself and trust your intuition Transcribed by https://otter.ai

Rad Season Podcast - Action Sports and Adventure Show
Martina Russo — Action Sports Translator on Translation, Working Remotely and Protect Our Winters Italy

Rad Season Podcast - Action Sports and Adventure Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 46:42


Martina Russo is the Founder of Action Sports Translator and Co-Founder of Protect Our Winters Italy. Martina grew up in Milan, Italy but always new the city life wasn't for her. She spent her winter and summer months in the Alps. Studying translation at University Martina moved to Germany and Switzerland and hasn't been back for 14 years. We talk about...→ Martina's background and how The Action Sports Translator was born.→ How they ended up working with some of the world's most iconic actions sports and outdoor brands like Patagonia, Salomon, O'Neill and more.→ What are the struggles to run such a hyper-specialized translation agency for the outdoor industry (and how outdoor brands struggle with translation).→ How she manage the entire business remotely while living out of a van/tiny house on wheels for part of the year, and often have meetings while rock climbing or snowboarding. → How she ended up co-founding Protect Our Winters Italy and why.→ Other bits and bobs about life at the intersection of action sports, adventure, the outdoors and languages. You can follow what Martina Russo is up to on Instagram at martina_translates and be sure to check out their website theactionsportstranslator.comLike what you hear?  Please consider subscribing on Apple Podcasts or Spotify and leave a short review. It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference.The Rad Season Action Sports Podcast come out across all podcast players with a new episode every Monday.For show notes and past guests, please visit: radseason Past guests on The Rad Season Show include Chris Berkard, Gerry Lopez, Stacy Peralta, Bob Haro, Bob McKnight, Wim Hof, Garry Fisher. Graham Jarvis. Contact Rad Season On our website radseason.com On Instagram at radseason and olirussellcowan On LinkedIn at olirussellcowan Email us at info@radseason.com Thanks for listening & keep it rad!

Stretford To Singapore Podcast
A Reflection on Bravery

Stretford To Singapore Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 22:01


In this episode, I change our standard interview format and reflect upon the concept of bravery. Not being a brave person myself, I've been inspired by the bravery of my guests, and this episode features two astonishingly courageous women.The first is Angela Bently, a certified Wim Hof instructor who channels her passion for the cold to support people with their physical, mental and emotional health.Angela works tirelessly to overcome her anxiety to become a beacon and guide to those who want to be brave but need a helping hand.  Bravery can manifest itself in many ways. One of my bravest guests was the artist Kate Hughes, who talked fearlessly of her battle with the depression she suffered after she was prescribed the mini pill after the birth of her second child. Her reflections on her debilitating depression and her incredible creative drive reveal her to be a true warrior.  ReferencesReach Angela Bentley at:  https://theicewarrior.com/Reach Kate Hughes at: https://outsidethelines.org/ Reach me at my website: https://www.ifannecan.com/

Welcome To The Winners Circle
#108. Tim Barlow - Laughing Lion Therapy Returns

Welcome To The Winners Circle

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 65:41


On episode 108 of Welcome To The Winners Circle, Derek Pang and co-host Bianca Léger interview Tim Barlow (IG: @laughingliontherapy, @barefootim) a laughing Yoga teacher, illusionist, inner child consultant, songwriter, musician, Wim Hof enthusiast and father on a mission to raise the vibration of humanity. Here are some of the subjects we touched on: - what he has been doing since our last podcast in December 2020 - helping people find joy - his recently released “Laughing Yoga Musical” (now available on Spotify!) - writing a script and applying to present at the Winnipeg Fringe Festival - destabilizing the matrix - what holds people back from connecting with their inner child - how people can expect to feel when leaving a laughing Yoga session - how laughing Yoga became a part of his mission - mental health stigma - the chronic fatigue syndrome his wife experiences - being affected by the vibrations of laughter - origin of Barefootim's “Heartbeat Song” - how to get yourself out of a rut - hugging trees - quantum entanglement - the inspiration behind his song “Ripples in Time” - how he processes emotion - what he's learnt sharing his gift - finding the most authentic version of himself I hope you guys enjoy this podcast as much as we did. We are all on the same path, The Hero's Journey, just at different points along the way. Thank you so much for listening! Connect with us on Instagram: WTTWC Podcast: @wttwc Derek Pang - @pangyoga Bianca Léger - @bee.leger https://www.welcometothewinnerscircle.com

Blue Door Daily
Breathe and Think Better LIVE Episode 31

Blue Door Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 28:41 Transcription Available


How long should I meditate? How should I breathe during exercise? We answer these and many more questions in episode 31 of Breathe and Think Better LIVE. Listen to Dr. Andrew Huberman's Podcast on the science of Meditation.Check out Pilgrimage of the Heart, a meditation and Yoga studio located in San Diego, CA.For more information on breathing during exercise, listen to our podcast with Rhonda Holman the Airway Champion. Access to our guided box breathing exercise. You can register for all of our LIVE  shows on TikTok @breathebluedoor.For free Meditation exercises, check out The 1 Minute Meditation and Breathe Blue Door.If you would like FREE access to our 30-Day Meditation Course, just send us an email! team@bluedoormedia.coAnd for more information on Breathwork and Meditation visit www.breatheandthinkbetter.comIntro music: The Right Direction by Shane Iver 

Growth Minds
Robin Hanson: Why Our Generation Are Having Less Kids & Lies We Tell Ourselves

Growth Minds

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 80:14


Robin Hanson is a research associate at Oxford University, economist, and author of The Elephant in the Brain. In our in-depth conversation, we talk about the history of status and how that's changed in modern times, breaking down attraction and reverse dominance hierarchy, psychological human bias we have (and how you can can overcome it), and more. Learn more about Robin: Blog: https://www.overcomingbias.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/robinhanson Elephant in the Brain (book): https://amzn.to/3EeK45Y If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes and a rating on our Spotify show? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews! Subscribe on YouTube: http://bit.ly/38bZNAY Listen on Apple Podcast: https://buff.ly/2PycRL1 Listen on Spotify: https://bit.ly/growth-minds Follow me on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/heyseankim Learn Spanish by speaking it for free: https://www.jumpspeak.com Past guests on Growth Minds include: Robert Kiyosaki (Rich Dad Poor Dad), Steve Aoki, Robert Greene, Dr. Jason Fung, Dr. Steven Gundry, Neil deGrasse Tyson (StarTalk), Dennis Rodman, Wim Hof, Robin Sharma, Vanessa Van Edwards, King Bach, Daniel Pink, Dr. William Davis, Doctor Mike, Lewis Howes (School of Greatness), Tom Bilyeu (Impact Theory), Andrew Yang, Dr. Paul Conti, Charles Hoskinson (Ethereum), Dr. Drew (After Dark), Jo Koy, Jordan Belfort (Wolf of Wall Street), Gad Saad, Adam Carolla, Louis the Child, Vishen Lakhiani (Mindvalley), Bret Weinstein (DarkHorse Podcast), James Nestor, Dave Rubin, Scott Adams (Real Coffee with Scott Adams), Dave Asprey (Bulletproof Coffee), Gabby Reece, Rich Roll, James Altucher, R3hab, and more.

OPTIMIZE with Brian Johnson | More Wisdom in Less Time

At Least I Hope You Are, Hero!   In our last +1, we talked about Abigail Adams and her letter to her son, John Quincy Adams.    As you may recall, she admonished the 12-year-old who would become the sixth U.S. President to LIVE WITH VIRTUE.   And, as we discussed, she wisely declared: “These are the times in which a genius would wish to live. It is not in the still calm of life, or the repose of a pacific station, that great characters are formed. The habits of a vigorous mind are formed in contending with difficulties. Great necessities call out great virtues. When a mind is raised, and animated by scenes that engage the heart, then those qualities which would otherwise lay dormant, wake into life and form the character of the hero and the statesman.”   As part of that +1, I mentioned the fact that I think she and her family would have been part of our Heroic movement—encouraging their kids to cultivate their virtue while doing the same on our Heroic app.   I also mentioned the fact that I think Benjamin Franklin would have either created something similar to our Heroic app to track HIS virtuous targets or joined the cause to help us win our current war between vice and virtue.   Then…   I typed “Benjamin Franklin” into my Mac's search thingy to see if I could find a Big Idea from a PhilosophersNote on him and his commitment to virtue.   And…   I hit the jackpot.   Not only did I find a Big Idea featuring Benjamin Franklin and his idiosyncratic awesomeness, I ALSO found a reference to John Adams in the SAME Big Idea.   Fantastic!   The references were from Alan Cohen's Spirit Means Business.   Franklin and Adams showed up in an Idea about helping us embrace our inner weirdos.     Alan Cohen tells us: “Being a misfit is not a defect. It may be your key to success. When I hear that a person is well adjusted, I ask, ‘Well adjusted to what?' Learning how to find your way around a mental institution does not make you sane. Real sanity rests in authenticity. ...   Maybe you're not so weird after all. Maybe your weirdness is your greatest asset. Maybe what you thought was wrong with you is what's right with you. Just because you are out of the mainstream doesn't disqualify you from vast achievement. You are in your own stream. World change agents do not apologize for their eccentricities or try to hide them. Idiosyncrasies come with the package. So just get on with your creations and make your contribution regardless of any oddness your personality has picked up along the way. Don't wait until you are normal before you claim greatness. Normality and genius are rare bedfellows. As Walt Whitman proudly proclaimed, ‘Not a particle or an inch of me is vile . . . I celebrate myself.'”   That's from a chapter in which we learn about some of history's most awesome weirdos.   Get this: Did you know that Benjamin Franklin started each day with an “air bath,” standing naked outside for 30 minutes? Yep.    And, that fellow American hero John Quincy Adams swam nude in the Potomac river at 5 A.M. every morning, even in freezing weather. (Cold plunge for the win! Wim Hof would approve!)   Then we have Nikola Tesla and Steve Jobs with their whole array of idiosyncratic behaviors (and genius inventions).   Oh! And, let's not forget about Albert Einstein.    Did you know that he didn't even speak until he was three and, as an adult, would stop his car, pluck a grasshopper and EAT IT. Yep. That's normal.     Then we have YOU.    How's YOUR weirdness?   Alan tells us:   The Myth: Being a misfit is a defect you must correct. The Reality: Your nonconformity is your pathway to fulfillment.   And...    So much of that passage is so eminently quotable.    There's this: “Learning to find your way around a mental institution does not make you sane.” (Hah!)    Plus, this is worth a quick repeat: “Normality and genius are rare bedfellows.”   Then we have the whole “Well adjusted to WHAT?” conversation which—as you might be able to guess by this stage—reminds me of Krishnamurti's wisdom that being well-adjusted to a PROFOUNDLY SICK society is no measure of health.   In a world where “normal” is so astonishingly sub-optimal (from a mental, physical and emotional health standpoint), why, my dear friend, should we aspire for “normalcy?”   Much better to lean into our weirdness and entertain the possibility that, perhaps, “your weirdness is your greatest asset.”   Here's to echoing Whitman's proclamation as we celebrate every particle and inch of ourselves.   Not someday.   TODAY.    btw: Whitman also told us that “In the faces of men and women, I see God.”   You know what I see and what we encourage our Coaches to see in the faces of men and women?    HEROES.   Yes: I'm looking at YOU, Hero!!!

It's All Related
Episode 71: It's Time to Take a Break and Take Stock on What's Important

It's All Related

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 48:46


The eclipse is happening and everything has been giving Sonia C. epilepsy moods. This is the perfect time to take stock of what's important. It's always around these times where it feels right to just check in and see what's working for you. Sonia T. has been having a bit of an uprooted week lately as well and she was finally able to get in touch with her grounding exercises to feel more centered and at peace with life's fast-paced attitude.    This week's theme is about: Do not take those around you for granted.    Highlights: Sonia C. is loving the Wim Hof breathing method that Sonia T. introduced her to, but she's not ready for cold showers. [3:15] Sonia C. believes in her past life she died in the atlantic and is just allergic to the cold water! [3:40] Sonia C. had someone in the family pass away recently. Grief is in the air. [4:55] How did Buddy's passing impact Sonia T.? [6:00]  This man was a stable force in the family. He was able to handle the empathic types in the family with such grace. [9:05]  So many empaths write in asking for advice on what to do when they're partner is not embedded in this world like they are. Buddy wasn't an empath, but he had a grounding presence. You don't always need another empath to keep you grounded. [10:50]  Living in the moment can be one of the hardest things you can do for your spirit. [15:35]  What were the beautiful gifts that were given to you by some of your family members and ancestors? [21:35] Death is just a gateway to the spirit world. [25:25]  Do you have a steady Eddie in your life that you've taken for granted? [31:00] Sonia C. never feels alone because she's connect to those in the afterlife. [35:25] Tool of the week. [36:30] Question of the week. [40:00]    Death and grief can strike at any time and that's when so many of us take a pause, but really the biggest lesson here is it's important to let the people around you know how meaningful and great they are to you while they're still alive to hear it and appreciate it. Sonia C. knew Buddy for over 50 years and realizes the great grounding presence the man had for the empaths in her family. He was able to artfully hold space for them without shaming them for being ‘different' or ‘too sensitive'. As Sonia T. says, he was able to let them play.    Sonia C. talked to a woman in grief today. Her husband had passed away and she was trying to find a new identity now that he is gone. She spent her whole life devoted to him, and now she's not sure what's next. She feels selfish to enjoy life ‘alone'. She feels selfish to just go on adventures without being in service to someone else. The ability to enjoy life alone or temporarily do your own thing alone is a spiritual quality we can all benefit from. This is one of the ways you find your intuitive self!    Question of the Week: What are some of the challenges you faced growing up in a psychic family?   Tool of the Week: Send your loved ones a message.    Continue on Your Journey: More Sonia Choquette at www.soniachoquette.com More Sonia Tully at www.soniatully.com Connect with Sabrina at www.sabrinatully.com Join Sonia Choquette's Vibe Tribe Follow Sonia Choquette on Instagram Follow Sonia Tully on Instagram Buy Sonia and Sabrina's Book You Are Amazing Ask your intuitive questions at: itsallrelatedpodcastquestions@gmail.com Masterclass: You're Glorious Life by Sonia Tully Heart-Centered Intuition Workshop with Infinity Foundation The Wim Hof Method: Activate Your Full Human Potential by Wim Hof

Untaming
71. Emily Pt. 2: Readings & Recommendations

Untaming

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 62:46


Conclusion of Part 2. This is a continuation of the previous episode. They follow on from Episode #70 . For ease of listening, Part Two has been split up into multiple episodes. Emily is the host of the Untaming Podcast and an advocate for rewilding children. She was previously an international classroom teacher; a live-in and live-out nanny and a mental health support worker for teenagers and adults. Emily and her husband Nick have travelled extensively, living in Canada, Germany and Portugal. They now reside in Marlborough, New Zealand with their three children. Show Notes: Sterna Suissa: IG: @sternasuissa Website: https://sternasuissa.com/ Arthur Haines: https://www.arthurhaines.com/ Steven Lin: https://www.drstevenlin.com/ Ben Hewitt: https://benhewitt.net/ Nicole Apelian: https://nicoleapelian.com/ Ken Robinson: https://www.sirkenrobinson.com/ Wim Hof: https://www.wimhofmethod.com/ Erwan LeCorre: https://www.movnat.com/movnat-team/erwan-le-corre/ Issy: https://starkravingdadblog.com/ Ginny Yurich: https://www.1000hoursoutside.com/ Angela Hanscom: https://timbernook.com/about-timbernook-sensational-outdoor-play-experiences/ John Holt: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/1792210.John_C_Holt# John Taylor Gatto: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/41319.John_Taylor_Gatto Suzanne Humphries: https://www.goodreads.com/en/book/show/18336700-dissolving-illusions Neil Z. Miller: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/980010.Vaccines?ac=1&from_search=true&qid=7E9VxMOEzn&rank=3 Leslie Manookian: https://www.amazon.com/Greater-Good-Leslie-Manookian/dp/B008CI71RW Miriam Kalamian: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/32761098-keto-for-cancer?ac=1&from_search=true&qid=9yj3S6O7ve&rank=1 Robtel Neajai Pailey: https://www.robtelneajaipailey.com/ Alegra Ally: https://www.prm.ox.ac.uk/event/into-motherhood#:~:text=Alegra%20Ally%20is%20an%20award,and%20beliefs%20of%20indigenous%20women. Gabor Mate: https://drgabormate.com/ Gordon Neufeld: https://neufeldinstitute.org/ The Indigenous Anarchist: @theindigenousanarchist William Von Hippel: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/381274.William_Von_Hippel Jon Young: https://www.jonyoung.online/ Matthew Walker: https://www.sleepdiplomat.com/ Layla Abdel-Rahim: https://theanarchistlibrary.org/category/author/layla-abdelrahim Christa Whiteman: IG: @primaldoc Klee Benally: IG:@kleebenally Kanahus Manuel: IG: @kanahus.tattoos Deana Dartt: https://liveoaknative.com Arthur Firstenburg: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/18015553.Arthur_Firstenberg Johann Hari: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/321601.Johann_Hari Janelle Howell: IG: @vaginarehabdoctor Katherine Winter-Sellery: https://katherinesellery.com/ Erin Royer-Asrilant: https://www.yourvillageonline.com/author/erin-royer-asrilant/ James Nestor: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/2997428.James_Nestor?from_search=true&from_srp=true Peter Gray: https://www.psychologytoday.com/nz/contributors/peter-gray-phd Lyla June: https://www.lylajune.com/ Untaming Contact: FB: https://www.facebook.com/Untaming-396582437559159/ IG: @untaming_podcast Twitter: @UntamingP Email: untaming.podcast@gmail.com https://anchor.fm/emily033

Rad Season Podcast - Action Sports and Adventure Show
Mike Cessario — Liquid Death Mountain Water Co-Founder & CEO on Branding, Humor and Growing the Company to $700 Million in 3 Years

Rad Season Podcast - Action Sports and Adventure Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 56:14


Mike Cessario is the Co-Founder & CEO of Liquid Death Mountain Water. Mike always knew he wanted to start his own company. He saw a gap in the healthy beverage market for a water company built around brand humor. In January of 2019 Mike launched Liquid Death Mountain Water an aluminium canned water from the Austrian Alps. With damn right hilarious savvy marketing campaigns and a death to plastic approach they have gone full throttle in the CPG space and produced the raddest merch. Most recently LD have partnered with Martha Stewart on a Dismembered Moments Candle and Bert Kreischer's Body By Bert. They raised $70 million in a series D round valuing the company at $700 million. Tune in to find out how Cessario started Liquid Death, getting investment, disrupting the healthy beverage market, building the team in hyper-growth mode and what his plans are for thirst murdering global domination! You can follow what Liquid Death is up to on Instagram at liquiddeath and be sure to check out their website liquiddeath.comLike what you hear?  Please consider subscribing on Apple Podcasts or Spotify and leave a short review. It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference.The Rad Season Action Sports Podcast come out across all podcast players with a new episode every Monday.For show notes and past guests, please visit: radseason Past guests on The Rad Season Show include Steve Stix Nilsen, Stacy Peralta, Bob Haro, Bob McKnight,  Gerry Lopez, Scott Delorme, Wim Hof. Contact Rad Season On our website radseason.com On Instagram at radseason and olirussellcowan On LinkedIn at olirussellcowan Email us at info@radseason.com Thanks for listening & keep it rad!

The Arner Adventures Podcast
A Spark in Our Lives: Joe Bains- Biohacker, Author, & Comedian

The Arner Adventures Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 55:48


Joe Bains completely destroyed his health and became disabled for 6 months with type 2 diabetes. The hospitals couldn't help him and finally discharged him. He needed 24/7 care; putting him to bed, changing his clothes, showering him, and taking him to the toilet. He then spent the next 3 years rebuilding his body and health from the inside out and made himself able-bodied again. He was so successful at this that now aged 54 he is at his healthiest and has boundless energy, more than he ever had even in his 20s and 30s. Joe is a self-proclaimed health freak, does biohacking, and is currently practicing Intermittent Fasting, Keto, cold showers/baths/ wild bathing, and Wim Hof breath work. He has also written a book on healthy living. Full show notes are available HERE. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

WELLPOWER
EP. 40: TRANSFORMING WINE CUTURE & CONSCIOUS DRINKING with TODD WHITE

WELLPOWER

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 60:08


Sugar and alcohol are prominent in the top 20 best-selling wines in the United States.  In that case, is it possible to drink wine regularly while staying healthy?  If you are concerned about what you are putting into your body and its implications on your wellness, longevity, or body shape, how can you solve this problem? Joining Kristin on the podcast is Todd White. As the founder of Dry Farm Wines, a writer, speaker, and a leader in the organic/Natural Wine movement, Todd White has widely educated communities on conscious consumption.  Todd is a self described biohacker who practices daily meditation, Wim Hof breathing, cold thermogenesis, a ketogenic diet, and daily 22 hour intermittent fasting. He is also a frequent speaker on topics including meditation, and the Dry Farm Wines unique company culture. Built on a foundation of honesty and peace, Dry Farm Wines has seen remarkable growth, making it one of the fastest growing private companies in the U.S., without any debt or investors. Dry Farm Wines is endorsed by many leading U.S. performance influencers with pure Natural Wines that are lab tested  to ensure each bottle is sugar free (0-0.15g per glass), lower in sulfites, and lower in alcohol (under 12.5% alc/vol). The wines are friendly to low carb, Paleo, ketogenic, and low sugar diets.  Dry Farm Wines is proud to be the largest Natural Wine merchant in the world, bringing awareness to Natural Wine consumption and supporting farmers who honor the soil. In this episode, he expresses his concern with modern winemaking practices, namely using harmful additives to speed up production and boost profitability and the lack of transparency. He details differences in commercial, organic, and natural wines, elaborating on how they are made, the pros and cons of each. Todd then discusses important considerations to make when selecting healthy wine. Therefore, pay close attention to learn some of the trade's most closely guarded secrets. Highlights (01:33) The growth of non-alcoholic and low-ABV beverages  (02:19) Why you need to be careful what you drink (04:05) Todd's take on wellness, longevity, and lifestyle (04:33) Implications of wine's social aspect for wellness and longevity  (05:47) The need to support small-production family wine farms (11:36) How the market favors unhealthy but cheaper and more profitable wines (13:40) Why Todd calls his wine ‘Natural Wine', not ‘Clean Wine' (13:50) Biodynamic vs. Organic Farming (16:25) The difference between natural and commercial wines (19:18) The value of bacteria in natural wine (20:03) Todd's take on sulfur dioxide in wine (25:35) Wine's most toxic ingredient   (28:03) The dark secret of commercial wine additives (31:28) The truth about irrigation in winemaking  (40:42) Factors to consider in determining healthy wine (41:30) Wine ingredients transparency loopholes (47:36) Todd's biohacking advice   Thank you to all the brands I use personally and to my clients that champion this podcast with their support. LINKS to LISTENER DEAL: dryfarmwines.com/wellpower  Social Media: @Instagram: instagram.com/dryfarmwines/ For WELLPOWER listeners:  Dry Farm Wines is offering an extra bottle in your first box order for a penny (because it's alcohol, it can't be free). See all the details and choose your wine consciously with: dryfarmwines.com/wellpower Supporting these brands by purchasing anything using my links or codes, continues to pay it forward to support the WELLPOWER podcast with any purchase you make AND will save you some cold hard cash in the process!” Other Podcast Partners: NOOTOPIA - Unlock Your Brain Potential with Nootropics! This brand gives you the gateway to a variety of different usage nootropics to shift your brain into the state you need to feel limitless. Understand your body, and the effects of each style as you are educated about the best way to boost creativity, energy, focus and concentration. #nobaddays  nootopia.com/wellpower BiOptimizers - Magnesium, Enzymes and Nootropics that ignite your brain and change the way you process stress and protein: https://bioptimizers.com/wellpower  LIGHTPATH LED -  Want the absolute BEST red light therapy panel on the market? I am crazy about the results I see with any of these panels, most especially the LIGHTPATH LED Large Pulsed Pro Series version, which I own:  https://lightpathled.com/?afmc=WELLPOWER   DRY FARM WINES: dryfarmwines.com/wellpower  Dry Farm Wines is offering an extra bottle in your first box order for a penny (because it's alcohol, it can't be free). See all the details and choose your wine consciously with: dryfarmwines.com/wellpower

Growth Minds
Dr. Kelly Starrett Shares How to Live Longer With Less Pain Using This 10 Min Routine

Growth Minds

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 70:21


Dr. Kelly Starrett is the world's top expert on the intersection of mobility, movement, and human performance. He has been described as a "celebrity" and "founding father" of CrossFit, as well as ranking on Greatist's 2017 list of the 100 most influential people in health and fitness. Dr. Starrett is the New York Times Bestselling author of Becoming A Supple Leopard, Ready to Run, and the WSJ bestseller Deskbound. He has worked with top athletes & coaches in the NFL, NBA, MLB, and the US Olympic team, including Laird Hamilton, George St-Pierre, Joe Rogan, Barry Zito, and more. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes and a rating on our Spotify show? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews! Learn more about Dr. Kelly Starrett: The Ready State: https://thereadystate.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thereadystate/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/thereadystate Subscribe on YouTube: http://bit.ly/38bZNAY Listen on Apple Podcast: https://buff.ly/2PycRL1 Listen on Spotify: https://bit.ly/growth-minds Follow me on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/heyseankim Learn Spanish by speaking it for free: https://www.jumpspeak.com Past guests on Growth Minds include: Robert Kiyosaki (Rich Dad Poor Dad), Steve Aoki, Robert Greene, Dr. Jason Fung, Dr. Steven Gundry, Neil deGrasse Tyson (StarTalk), Dennis Rodman, Wim Hof, Robin Sharma, Vanessa Van Edwards, King Bach, Daniel Pink, Dr. William Davis, Doctor Mike, Lewis Howes (School of Greatness), Tom Bilyeu (Impact Theory), Andrew Yang, Dr. Paul Conti, Charles Hoskinson (Ethereum), Dr. Drew (After Dark), Jo Koy, Jordan Belfort (Wolf of Wall Street), Gad Saad, Adam Carolla, Louis the Child, Vishen Lakhiani (Mindvalley), Bret Weinstein (DarkHorse Podcast), James Nestor, Dave Rubin, Scott Adams (Real Coffee with Scott Adams), Dave Asprey (Bulletproof Coffee), Gabby Reece, Rich Roll, James Altucher, R3hab, and more. #TimFerriss #JoeRogan #JordanPeterson

Here's The Thing
HTT 56; The Wim Hof Method, K.I.S.S Algorithm , and How To Not Get Old

Here's The Thing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 29:50


This week we talk about the breathing method of the man himself, Wim Hof. How keeping it simple may be the way to reach any goal, and how you can defy aging and getting old with these few tips! Try and keep up: Find all of my links to all socials, website, AND SO MUCH MORE! : https://linktr.ee/B3FIT Questions or comments on the show?

A Gutsy Girl
How to Deal with Overwhelming Emotions {in order to heal your gut} {Episode 58 with Kimberly Lucas}

A Gutsy Girl

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 43:35


ResourcesTeal Swan: The Completion ProcessJoe DispenzaWhat is the Vagus Nerve?Emotional Healing (Episode 3 of the podcast)The Emotion Code: How to Release Your Trapped Emotions for Abundant Health, Love, and Happiness (Updated and Expanded Edition)The Secret Language of Your Body: The Essential Guide to Health and WellnessKimberly's website HEREKimberly on Instagram HEREWork with Kimberly HEREWe need to be in our body to heal our gut.Kimberly LucasDon't Miss These ThoughtsWho is Kimberly Lucas?What did Kimberly go through in order to start truly healing?What are chakras, why are they so important for the physical body, and what are the 3 most relevant chakras for gut healing?Ways we can begin to address internal healing? Kimberly gives the practical steps.What are some resources for learning more about the connection between mind and body?How important are diets and supplements in a gut healing journey?How does our self-talk influence our gut?How do we separate our identity and our illness?“Through every trauma lies an innocent child ready to break free. In order to free the child one must be willing to face their trauma and take back their power.”Kimmy Althauser-LucasA Little AnecdoteKimberly Lucas grew up with chronic stomach conditions that started when she was around 14.In addition to crippling stomach issues she also dealt with candida, acne, and thyroid issues.Despite turning towards the naturalistic route and eating clean, taking supplements, and working with practitioners, nothing was working for her.Sound familiar?She hit a rut.Finally in her 30's she discovered the power of healing her own emotional trauma through her inner child.She now deals with NONE of her past symptoms and continues to practice what she preaches everyday.All because she healed her mind. And then her physical health followed.What we feel internally always manifests externally.Kimberly LucasPhysical Symptoms and EmotionWe already know the connection between the nervous system and the gut, but what about emotional health?How does the quality of our mental health relate the the health of our gut?In the podcast Kimberly mentions chakras, which are basically energy centers within your body.These chakras are meant to flow through our body system, similar to a waterfall.But when emotions aren't properly dealt with these energy bodies can become stuck and create physical issues.Each chakra has their own location as well as core emotions that attach themselves there.Here are the 7 chakras, simplified:Root chakra- this chakra is located in the tailbone region and is important for foundational bodily functions like eating and sleeping. It also is our physical and spiritual connection to the Earth itself. This chakra is focused on the emotion of peace.Sacral chakra- this chakra is in your deeper pelvic area and centers around who you are. It includes enjoyable parts of living like sexual freedom and creativity. This chakra is focused on creativity and discovery.Solar plexus chakra- this chakra is located around the intestinal region. This focuses on your self “warrior” or response to stressful situations.Heart chakra- this is obviously, in your heart area. This focuses on love and its byproducts.Throat chakra- this is in your throat (another shocking one I know). It is your means of how you express yourself both physically and internally. It helps you tell your own truth.Third eye chakra- this is between your eyebrows. This is an area of energy that helps you go past regular human thinking and explore the spiritual world.Crown chakra- top of your head. This is simply your consciousness. When it is balanced though, you reach the full discovery of yourself and your place in the world.Of course we want these chakras to be freely flowing through our body and perfectly in balance with one another.Unfortunately, they are very easy to get blocked.Red flags that can signal a blocked chakrachronic sicknessmentally stuck in a rutphysical soreness and stiffnessloss of a sense of controlAs Kimberly says, any physical pain is simply a messenger.It is our body's way of telling us that something is out of line and some reflection needs to be done.Sources: HERE and HEREGut chakrasKimberly goes into depth in three of the chakras in particular that connect with our Gutsy issues.1. Root chakra (lowest, tailbone area): safety and security-do you feel safe and secure in your body?-crucial for this to be in balance, without we can not fully heal our gut2. Sacral chakra (middle, pelvis)- marriage, relationships, joy, sexuality, happiness3. Solar plexus (highest, stomach)- trust, authentic self, power, confidenceAll three of these chakras are essential to get rebalanced, especially the root chakra.It is here that the root question of- do YOU believe you can heal comes in to play.If you don't truly believe it, you won't heal.DIG MORE INTO THIS TOPIC OF ‘DO YOU BELIEVE YOU CAN HEAL?' BY CLICKING HERE.Steps To Addressing Internal Emotions“Physical, emotional, and mental pain are all sign posts to a greater storyline within you”It is so easy to get trapped in our heads, and our inner trauma.Kimberly notes that in order to truly heal we must face the issues we tend to shy away from.Here are the 3 steps:Acknowledge that your pain is more than just physical (physical symptoms indicate deeper issues). Btw – this first step is an absolute GAME CHANGER.Stay curious- open yourself up to areas of depth.Allow yourself to FEEL your pain.The last one is scary, I know, but necessary to heal.Kimberly mentions in the podcast that allowing yourself to feel will bring forward an emotion that you can reflect on.You must face these in order to continue making progress.A lot of the time these can also bring forward memories, which can be hard to work through.Allow yourself the time and space to deal with these potentially difficult emotions.Remember that this is a great way to make strides towards your future health.Healing the Inner SelfNow that we have dug up all this emotion, what do we do with it? Kimberly describes the importance of facing and working through your trauma head on in the podcast.If they aren't addressed, these problems will continue to root themselves in the physical body.“What we feel internally will always manifest externally.”Kimberly LucasIf we don't heal our mind we will never heal our gut.The good news is this is entirely feasible. There are a number of ways to make these internal shifts.Change the way you talk to yourselfOne quick way Kimberly suggests to start is to change the way we talk to ourselves. Instead of feeding ourself constant negative feelings, change the way you talk to yourself. Try telling yourself mantras everyday that reflect a headspace of healing and positivity. Eventually this can become a regular practice that can encourage positive emotions. Even small things like this can make a huge change in your healing journey.2. Disconnect your identity from your mental/ physical issuesAlso remind yourself that you are NOT your illness or mental trauma. This is the best way to build a foundation for working through your inner-self in a healthy way.3. Take ownership over your healing journeyWhile having professional help can be extremely beneficial in improving mental health, it all comes down to YOU.Therapists can provide helpful coping strategies and lead you on your journey, but it truly is in your hands.It takes hard work and dedication, but removing this negative energy from your body is critical.Further LearningKimberly recommends a couple resources to dive more into each section of the inner-healing process.The Completion Process (how to heal your inner child)The Emotion Code: How to Release Your Trapped Emotions for Abundant Health, Love, and Happiness (Updated and Expanded Edition) how to release trapped emotion from your body)The Secret Language of Your Body: The Essential Guide to Health and Wellness (emotional component to your symptoms)These books help further dive into the connection between traumatic events and physical manifestations.To wrap it all up, Kimberly mentions three things she believes to be absolutely crucial to gut healing: Self confidence, self trust, and self forgiveness.Notice how all 3 start with the “self.”Healing is in your hands if you are willing to take it.More from A Gutsy GirlWant to learn even more about the gut and ways to heal it?Learn all the secrets via my signature book, A Gutsy Girl's Bible: a 21-day approach to healing the gut. Grab your copy on Amazon HERE. Welcome to A Gutsy Girl PodcastHang out on InstagramBFF's on YouTubeFree resource: The Master Gutsy SpreadsheetRated-G Email ClubWrap UpTime to wrap this up. As always, a huge goal for this show is to connect with even more people. Feel free to send an email to our team at podcast@agutsygirl.com. We want to hear questions, comments, show ideas, etc.Did you enjoy this episode? Please drop a comment below or leave a review on Apple Podcasts.Bio: Kimberly LucasMy name is Kimberly Althauser-Lucas, but most refer to me as Kimmy. I've always had a strong intuition, but never knew the extent of it until I started my spiritual journey. It wasn't until December 2013, when reality hit me in the face.I was 24 years old and my best friend was found dead. When I received that phone call I hit rock bottom and started to experience a heavy amount depression and started second guessing life and if I am meant to be here.From that day on I knew I needed help.My childhood wounds began to haunt me even more. Memories of the past of being sexually abused and my parents drunk and fighting began to surface and take over me.I started to seek external help and began to put my mental and physical health as a priority.I started incorporating daily prayer, Wim Hof breathing, reiki, acupuncture, weekly therapy sessions with a psychiatrist, and seeing a Native Hawaiian Healer to heal my trauma.In July 2018, the Voilà Method found me and I found it. It was a perfect modality I started to use daily to heal my own inner wounds. The Voilà method helped me heal my inner child and I started to become pain free physically and mentally.In April 2021, I began to expand my knowledge in self healing and took the Completion Process by Teal Swan.Today, I now guide others out of pain by healing not just the body, but the mind and soul.If you liked this episode, you might also enjoy:Self Healing {through healing letters}Anxiety Self Care Checklist {Episode 46 with Kerri Axelrod}What Role Does the Gut Play in Mood and Brain Health {Episode 37 with Tina Anderson}Xox,SKH

Better than Yesterday
191. Taylor Reber - CrossFit, Being an affiliate owner, Wim Hof breathing for athletes

Better than Yesterday

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 53:24


Taylor Reber is a CrossFit affiliate owner (Einhorn CrossFit) and athlete. She has goals of qualifying for the 2023 CrossFit Games. Taylor's Instagram | Video mentioned in intro Podcast Instagram | Angelo

The Anxiety Project Podcast
209 | What Makes Success in Recovery and in Life?

The Anxiety Project Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 23:25


In this episode, I talk about the common traits of the enlightened mind. Do you follow people like: Wim Hof, Tony Robbins, David Goggins, Jordan Peterson? What's common amongst all these great teachers? Today, I talk about those traits and why you need to integrate them into your life. 

Growth Minds
How to Make More Money By Being Contrarian | Raoul Pal

Growth Minds

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 59:29


Raoul Pal is a co-founder of Real Vision, a financial media company offering in-depth video interviews and research publications from the world's best investors. He has run a successful global macro hedge fund, co-managed Goldman Sachs' hedge fund sales business in Equities and Equity Derivatives in Europe, and helped design the BBC TV program Million Dollar Traders, training participants in investment and risk management strategy. Raoul retired from managing client money and now lives in the Cayman Islands, from where he manages Real Vision and writes for The Global Macro Investor, a highly regarded original research service for hedge funds, family offices, sovereign wealth funds, and other elite investors. --- If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes and a rating on our Spotify show? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews! Learn more about Raoul: Real Vision: https://www.realvision.com Raoul's Twitter: https://twitter.com/RaoulGMI Subscribe on YouTube: http://bit.ly/38bZNAY Listen on Apple Podcast: https://buff.ly/2PycRL1 Listen on Spotify: https://bit.ly/growth-minds Follow me on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/heyseankim Learn Spanish by speaking it for free: https://www.jumpspeak.com Past guests on Growth Minds include: Robert Kiyosaki (Rich Dad Poor Dad), Steve Aoki, Robert Greene, Dr. Jason Fung, Dr. Steven Gundry, Neil deGrasse Tyson (StarTalk), Dennis Rodman, Wim Hof, Robin Sharma, Vanessa Van Edwards, King Bach, Daniel Pink, Dr. William Davis, Doctor Mike, Lewis Howes (School of Greatness), Tom Bilyeu (Impact Theory), Andrew Yang, Dr. Paul Conti, Charles Hoskinson (Ethereum), Dr. Drew (After Dark), Jo Koy, Jordan Belfort (Wolf of Wall Street), Gad Saad, Adam Carolla, Louis the Child, Vishen Lakhiani (Mindvalley), Bret Weinstein (DarkHorse Podcast), James Nestor, Dave Rubin, Scott Adams (Real Coffee with Scott Adams), Dave Asprey (Bulletproof Coffee), Gabby Reece, Rich Roll, James Altucher, R3hab, and more. #TimFerriss #JoeRogan #JordanPeterson

The Journey of My Mother's Son
Timmy Gallagher – Change Becomes Choice

The Journey of My Mother's Son

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 38:26


In this episode of “The Journey of My Mother's Son” podcast, I sit down to talk with Timmy Gallagher. Timmy has been described as executive coach that is a combination of Jocko Willink, Wim Hof, the Dalai Lama, and Robert F. Kennedy. His experience, knowledge, and wisdom has evolved from his various roles as a government servant, corporate leader, not for profit volunteer, college level educator, endurance athlete, spiritual elder, caring father and loving husband. The totality of his roles and experiences revealed his calling to share his desires and talents as a coach. Certified as a professional leadership and performance coach from the Brown University - School of Professional Studies and a Mental Fitness Coach with Positive Intelligence. This unique patina of positions and purpose has empowered him to show up as the singular most positive and transformative coaches on the vast coaching scene. In his own words, Timmy says: “I am Timmy Gallagher and coaching has evolved for me as a calling to be of service to others in their evolution of performance and leadership. My wisdom and experience, of over 30 years, in law enforcement, corporate, government, education, not for profit, spirituality, endurance athletics, and coaching certification allow me to be agile and present in our coaching conversations. Coaching will be a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires you to maximize your personal and professional potential.” To find out more about Timmy, check out his website at www.evoluteperformance.com.

ManTalks Podcast
Wim Hof - Breathe, Motherf***er

ManTalks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 53:55


There are moments in the podcast life that aren't just a highlight, they straight-up blow your mind. Wim Hof has been an inspiration for me and many friends and men I've worked with for years now. I finally got him on the show to talk about what led to him discovering cold immersion therapy and breathwork, what happens to the body and the nervous system during breathwork or when you're feeling fear, its effects on inflammation, and the ultimate purpose of men. Do. Not. Miss. This. Also, in honor of this episode, I partnered up with TheColdPlunge.com, whose work I love. I use mine daily and the simplicity is an absolute game changer. Use the promo code MANTALKS to save a good chunk of money and join me in the plunge! Connect with Wim -Website: https://www.wimhofmethod.com/ -Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iceman_hof/ -Twitter: https://twitter.com/iceman_hof -YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxHTM1FYxeC4F7xDsBVltGg -BBC Series: Freeze the Fear: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p0bwtn6q   Did you enjoy the podcast? If so, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or Podchaser. It helps us get into the ears of new listeners, expand the ManTalks Community, and help others find the self-leadership they're looking for. Are you looking to find purpose, navigate transition, or fix your relationships, all with a powerful group of men from around the world? Check out The Alliance and join me today.  Check out our Facebook Page or the Men's community. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts  | Spotify For more episodes visit us at ManTalks.com | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Keto Kamp Podcast With Ben Azadi
Dr Oz Garcia | How This Doctor Overcame Debilitating Long Haul Covid Symptoms KKP: 476

The Keto Kamp Podcast With Ben Azadi

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 71:03


Today, I am blessed to have here with me Oz Garcia. He is recognized as a leading authority on age reversal and healthy aging. As “nutritionist to the stars” Oz is the go-to nutritionist for A-List celebrities and Fortune 100 CEOs.  His unique and customized approach to nutrition and anti-aging coupled with more than 30-years of experience has made Oz one of the most recognizable names in the industry. He has lectured all over the world and has been a pioneer in the study of nutrition and anti-aging. Oz is the bestselling author of four books: The Food Cure for Kids, The Balance, Look and Feel Fabulous Forever, and Redesigning 50: The No-Plastic-Surgery Guide to 21st-Century Age Defiance (HarperCollins).  He has been voted best nutritionist by New York Magazine and is frequently called upon by some of the most respected names in medicine and news media for his up-to-the-minute views on nutrition and its role in aging and longevity. Oz has been featured in prestigious publications like Vogue, Elle, Travel and Leisure, W Magazine, and The New York Times.   He has also made numerous network and cable television appearances, including NBC's The Today Show, CBS Morning Show, Good Morning America on ABC, 20/20, 48 Hours, The View, The Doctors, Access Hollywood and Fox News. In this episode, Oz speaks about balancing mTOR and autophagy when building muscle, staying fit, and extending your life. After suffering from debilitating migraines, Oz discovered the power of fasting to cure his severe health symptoms. Tune in as we chat about how unprocessed trauma gets stored in the body, recovering from long-haul Covid symptoms, and the importance of a good night's sleep to recover, retain memories, and reduce stress.   Get Oz Garcia's Book After Covid: https://amzn.to/3EQD9Ch Message me on Instagram www.instagram.com/thebenazadi with the word ENERGY to learn more about coaching from me. / / E P I S O D E   S P ON S O R S  Paleo Valley beef sticks, apple cider vinegar complex, organ meat complex & more. Use the coupon code KETOKAMP15 over at https://paleovalley.com/ to receive 15% off your entire order. Upgraded Formulas Upgraded Magnesium & Charge Electrolyte Supplements: http://www.upgradedformulas.com Use KK15 at checkout for 15% off your order.  Text me the words "Podcast" +1 (786) 364-5002 to be added to my contacts list. [08:00] Balancing mTOR and Autophagy To Build More Muscle and Stay Fit  After getting Covid, Oz lost 40 pounds of muscle. Luckily, Oz took supplements that helped him build and repair his cells. As you get older, you need to balance building and repairing times.  If you eat too often, there will be consequences and health problems.  You will build better muscle mass if you learn how to back off of eating.  Oz Garcia recommends reading The 7 Principles of Stress: Extend Life, Stay Fit, and Ward Off Fat--What You Didn't Know about How Stress Can Reboot Your Mind, Energy, and Sex Life: https://www.amazon.com/Principles-Stress-Extend-Fat-What-Reboot/dp/1623171814/benazadi-20 [10:40] Debilitating Migraines: How Oz Garcia Used Fasting To Cure His Health Problems  Oz read the book The Miracle of Fasting: Proven Throughout History for Physical, Mental, & Spiritual Rejuvenation: https://www.amazon.com/Miracle-Fasting-Throughout-Spiritual-Rejuvenation/dp/0877900396/benazadi-20 Oz used to suffer from migraine headaches. After reading the book, Oz did a two-day water fast during a migraine. The fast got rid of his migraine, making him feel incredible!  Next, Oz did a three-day carrot juice fast. Later, it became routine to do seven-day fasts.  As Oz started evolving his points of view, he would go to the sauna and have an even deeper detox.  [22:45] Therapeutic Peptides Can Help Normalize Your Brain Chemistry  Certain peptides actually will regulate the brain chemistry of somebody who's overweight or obese. Oral peptides can be taken that profoundly affect normalizing brain chemistry.  With the right peptides, the body can regulate appetite and sugar.  Learn more about peptides from Jay Campbell: https://jaycampbell.com/ [39:20] Unprocessed Trauma Gets Stored In The Body Through Neurological Tissues  Trauma builds up, and it lives in neurological tissue. Some theorists would tell you that trauma lives in different body parts, and we hold that somatically in muscles and ligaments. Trauma accumulates throughout a lifetime.  PTSD is an extreme expression of trauma.  Covid left Oz with a lot of trauma and PTSD.  [42:10] Long Covid: Recovering From These Exhausting Symptoms Oz suffered from intense joint pain after Covid.  Plus, he also had insomnia.  Severe exhaustion was the biggest problem Oz had after Covid.  So, Oz tried to rebuild his energy back. He had to teach himself how to breathe all over again.  Learn more about Wim Hof: https://www.wimhofmethod.com/ [48:40] Sleep Strengthens Your Memories and Helps Repair Your Body  Want to know how to improve your sleep? Oz says to check out Matt Walker: https://www.sleepdiplomat.com/ If you're going to recover from Covid, you must get religious about your sleep practice.  Your body will repair during sleep, and that's the only time you will recover.  Going to bed earlier in the night and getting up earlier in the morning have a terrific effect on every aspect of your biology. Memory consolidation takes place during deep sleep.  Your room needs to be cold when you are sleeping.  AND MUCH MORE!   Resources from this episode:  Check out Oz Garcia: https://ozgarcia.com/ Get Oz Garcia's Book After Covid: https://amzn.to/3EQD9Ch Follow Oz Garcia Twitter: https://twitter.com/ozgarcia Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ozwellness/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ozgarciahealth The 7 Principles of Stress: Extend Life, Stay Fit, and Ward Off Fat--What You Didn't Know about How Stress Can Reboot Your Mind, Energy, and Sex Life: https://www.amazon.com/Principles-Stress-Extend-Fat-What-Reboot/dp/1623171814/benazadi-20 The Miracle of Fasting: Proven Throughout History for Physical, Mental, & Spiritual Rejuvenation: https://www.amazon.com/Miracle-Fasting-Throughout-Spiritual-Rejuvenation/dp/0877900396/benazadi-20 Jay Campbell: https://jaycampbell.com/ Wim Hof: https://www.wimhofmethod.com/ Matt Walker: https://www.sleepdiplomat.com/ Join the Keto Kamp Academy: https://ketokampacademy.com/7-day-trial-a Watch Keto Kamp on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUh_MOM621MvpW_HLtfkLyQ Message me on Instagram www.instagram.com/thebenazadi with the word ENERGY to learn more about coaching from me. / / E P I S O D E   S P ON S O R S  Paleo Valley beef sticks, apple cider vinegar complex, organ meat complex & more. Use the coupon code KETOKAMP15 over at https://paleovalley.com/ to receive 15% off your entire order. Upgraded Formulas Upgraded Magnesium & Charge Electrolyte Supplements: http://www.upgradedformulas.com Use KK15 at checkout for 15% off your order.  Text me the words "Podcast" +1 (786) 364-5002 to be added to my contacts list. *Some Links Are Affiliates* // F O L L O W ▸ instagram | @thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2B1NXKW ▸ facebook | /thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2BVvvW6 ▸ twitter | @thebenazadi http://bit.ly/2USE0so ▸ tiktok | @thebenazadi https://www.tiktok.com/@thebenazadi Disclaimer: This podcast is for information purposes only. Statements and views expressed on this podcast are not medical advice. This podcast including Ben Azadi disclaim responsibility from any possible adverse effects from the use of information contained herein. Opinions of guests are their own, and this podcast does not accept responsibility of statements made by guests. This podcast does not make any representations or warranties about guests qualifications or credibility. Individuals on this podcast may have a direct or non-direct interest in products or services referred to herein. If you think you have a medical problem, consult a licensed physician.

One Radio Network
10.14.22PJT One

One Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 76:26


Patrick on Why the body heals Part one ORN It Takes A Long Time To Get Young show notes 10/14/22 Patrick In Your Pocket coaching. Zoom call with Patrick, then email followups. Benefits of dry fasting. Intermittent fasting, e.g. one meal a day, increases stem cells, autophagy. Eating meat goes right to muscle. Unsaturated fats are inflammatory. Most seed oils are rancid. Saturated fats are essential - supply CLA, Omega 3, stearic acid. Many cancer programs promote vegan eating. Why? Most cancer patients waste away. Hard to get enough nutrition from vegetables. What we eat, think and believe is what affects our health and longevity. Grass-finished beef vs. not. They're all grass-fed. A dearth of studies about the difference. Do what you can afford. TREAT20 for 20% off Surthrival colostrum and digestive bitters. Until midnight 10/31/22. Contemplation – most secret part of yourself in conversation with the most secret part of yourself. Trying to get to the truth of things. The mind knows nothing. It can only spit out what's been input. The good stuff comes from God. Our culture doesn't encourage critical thinking. We're offered programming. How does the body heal? Nutrition is incredibly important. But you don't have a disease, the body is displaying an imbalance. It's just a dark cloud of energy. Stay connected with spirit. Sing HU. Look from a soul perspective. Then you won't feel pain because you're not feeling the body as real. The body is trying to get back to balance. It can't if you're unconsciously holding on to the issue. Can't feel cold or pain if you're choosing not to. If you can't feel it, it's not there. It's how Wim Hof endures the sustained cold. Puffy bags under the eyes? They're from stress - an adrenal reaction. Water accumulates in the kidneys. Support adrenals with royal jelly. The way we deal with disease is just wrong. As long as you think your thyroid is wrong, it will be. Let go of that idea and it will come back into balance. The only thing worse than not knowing the truth is ignoring it. Listener asks: Who are Patrick's spiritual masters? Questioning how to use photographs of distant islands to prove flat earth with no curvature. Listener asks how to cure his brain fog. Try eating more choline foods (eggs, liver, sunflower lecithin) or supplement it. What are Patrick's thoughts on chemtrails? They're there. US govt has a 5 year study plan for modifying sunlight. Re: Heartbeat law. Heart starts beating shortly after conception. Can you be dead if your heart is still beating? What to do for breakfast? Eggs, bacon, cholostrum, tallow. Patrick demonstrates how to sing HU, which is a spiritual exercise to hear the audible light stream. A love song to God.

One Radio Network
10.14.22 PJT Two

One Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 78:50


Patrick on How the Body heals, part two ORN It Takes A Long Time To Get Young show notes 10/14/22 Patrick In Your Pocket coaching. Zoom call with Patrick, then email followups. Benefits of dry fasting. Intermittent fasting, e.g. one meal a day, increases stem cells, autophagy. Eating meat goes right to muscle. Unsaturated fats are inflammatory. Most seed oils are rancid. Saturated fats are essential - supply CLA, Omega 3, stearic acid. Many cancer programs promote vegan eating. Why? Most cancer patients waste away. Hard to get enough nutrition from vegetables. What we eat, think and believe is what affects our health and longevity. Grass-finished beef vs. not. They're all grass-fed. A dearth of studies about the difference. Do what you can afford. TREAT20 for 20% off Surthrival colostrum and digestive bitters. Until midnight 10/31/22. Contemplation – most secret part of yourself in conversation with the most secret part of yourself. Trying to get to the truth of things. The mind knows nothing. It can only spit out what's been input. The good stuff comes from God. Our culture doesn't encourage critical thinking. We're offered programming. How does the body heal? Nutrition is incredibly important. But you don't have a disease, the body is displaying an imbalance. It's just a dark cloud of energy. Stay connected with spirit. Sing HU. Look from a soul perspective. Then you won't feel pain because you're not feeling the body as real. The body is trying to get back to balance. It can't if you're unconsciously holding on to the issue. Can't feel cold or pain if you're choosing not to. If you can't feel it, it's not there. It's how Wim Hof endures the sustained cold. Puffy bags under the eyes? They're from stress - an adrenal reaction. Water accumulates in the kidneys. Support adrenals with royal jelly. The way we deal with disease is just wrong. As long as you think your thyroid is wrong, it will be. Let go of that idea and it will come back into balance. The only thing worse than not knowing the truth is ignoring it. Listener asks: Who are Patrick's spiritual masters? Questioning how to use photographs of distant islands to prove flat earth with no curvature. Listener asks how to cure his brain fog. Try eating more choline foods (eggs, liver, sunflower lecithin) or supplement it. What are Patrick's thoughts on chemtrails? They're there. US govt has a 5 year study plan for modifying sunlight. Re: Heartbeat law. Heart starts beating shortly after conception. Can you be dead if your heart is still beating? What to do for breakfast? Eggs, bacon, cholostrum, tallow. Patrick demonstrates how to sing HU, which is a spiritual exercise to hear the audible light stream. A love song to God.

Love Sober Podcast
Love Sober Podcast -Guest Ellie Crowe - Perimenopause & Menopause Sober

Love Sober Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 51:10


Kate talks sober menopause & perimenopause with Ellie Crowe of Pump up the Present and Sober & Present podcast in honour of World Menopause Day 18th October 2022. Ellie Crowe is a Senior Certified This Naked Mind Coach, a Certified Gray Area Drinking Coach and co-host of the Present & Sober Podcast.  Her coaching practice helps overwhelmed and sleep-deprived mums parent peacefully and happily, without needing alcohol to escape at the end of the day. Focusing on both mind and body aspects, Ellie works with mums who want to drink less and be able to manage stress without drinking.  She teaches how to make alcohol small and irrelevant in your life, whilst showing how to get in control and build emotional strength and resilience.  Running both 1:1 and group programs, Ellie has a curiosity-driven approach, knowing the power of understanding ‘why' in sparking transformative change and expanding life potential. Ellie lives with her husband, three young kids and three hounds in a very old pub in Cambridge, England.  She's a passionate yogi, Wim Hof-fer and gymnast (back in training!). You can find out more about Ellie at www.pumpupthepresent.com and follow her at @pumpupthepresent on Instagram and Facebook. https://podcast.presentandsober.com (Apple podcast link here: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/present-and-sober/id1569061067)   This is the link to our Facebook community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/presentandsoberpodcast/

Jiu-Jitsu Outlet
Jiu-Jitsu Outlet #26: Nick Wingo - How To 15x Your Oxygen Production

Jiu-Jitsu Outlet

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 27:11


Training in martial arts like Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ), Judo, wrestling, & Muay Thai is my outlet for improving my mental health and becoming a better person. Want to download our new ebook that teaches 7 lessons learned from the martial arts? Click here and enter your email when the popup prompts you to do so. On this twenty-sixth episode of the podcast, I chat with Nick Wingo. Nick specializes in helping people master their breathing. Nick is a breathwork coach who helps his students understand how to incorporate powerful breathing exercises into their daily routines. After spending his youth training in combat martial arts like Muay Thai and Jiu-Jitsu, Nick became a firefighter. Motivated by service, Nick chose to become a first responder and help his community. Life on the front lines of service can bring demons after retirement. Eighteen years of firefighting left Nick with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and a host of other mental health issues. Through discovering the power of breathwork, Nick was able to change his life and pull himself out of the darkness. Now, after discovering the power of Soma breathwork, Nick has dedicated himself to sharing this life changing information with humanity.  On this episode, you will learn about the basics of Soma breathwork and why you should incorporate daily breathing practices into your life. We dive into the science behind the breath and why practices like chanting mantras can be powerful ways to boost oxygen production.   This is an episode you do NOT want to miss. Favorite Quote: "Science has found that when you 'OM' chant, you produce 15x as much oxygen as when you breathe through your mouth." Learn more about Nick's breathwork training program and book a call to learn about Soma breathwork by clicking here. Connect with Nick Wingo on Facebook here or Instagram here.  Listen to the podcast that Nick and his wife have created about marriage by clicking here. Want to support the show and the research we are doing into the societal impacts of martial arts? Go to JiuJitsuOutlet.com to shop our exclusive line of apparel made for the Jiu-Jitsu athlete. Follow us on social media: Facebook: Instagram: YouTube

Heavily Meditated
Seriously Deep and Fun Meditation Conversations with Kara Goodwin

Heavily Meditated

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 66:51


In This Episode:Kara and I talk about her story of coming to meditation and how we connected via Neo Positivity's Thoughts Become Things Summit (2:55)Kara shares a deeply personal story about how meditation helped her navigate a series of traumatic events while living abroad in Italy (5:55)If you ever had questions about how to find a meditation practice and a teacher that works for you, be sure to listen to this part of the interview (9:40)I share some wisdom nuggets about what meditation can do for you and how it can be your rock and your anchor during challenging times (12:35)We dive deep into different methods and techniques that can help you find flow with your personalized practice (18:00)If you have an incredibly busy schedule and are looking for ways to maximize productivity and raise your energy levels, be sure to give this a listen (24:00)Listen as we talk about how to reconnect with our child-like ability to use our imagination to create all new realities (28:00)Kara and I talk about powerful breathing techniques we use during our meditations, including the use of the Wim Hof method, which helped me overcome an illness (38:00)Kara tells us a little more about her podcast The Meditation Conversation and its ties to Sweden as she hits over 200 episodes since 2018! (46:00)Kara also talks about some of the amazing interviews she has done on the show, including talking with Caroline Cory, the award-winning filmmaker and producer responsible for such movies as A Tear In The Sky and Superhuman, among others (48:00)Listen to Kara's answer to the question of how to maximize your human potential (1:01:45)

In Your Pants with Dr. Susie G
The brain, immune system, and chronic pain

In Your Pants with Dr. Susie G

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 51:08


Even if the body and pain is complex, the strategies we can use to recover from pain doesn't have to be! We're going on a “Magic School Bus” ride (cue 1994 PBS nostalgia) to our cellular systems on the nanomolecular level. Jump to 34:40 for simple biohacks to reset a hypersensitive biological system that happens during chronic pain. “Change is inevitable, how you change is not.” Huge things are possible when we know how our body works and actively use that knowledge to make changes to our cellular systems. Mark reminds us that without trust, transformation in finding relief from chronic pain is really hard. Professor Mark Hutchinson is the Director of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Nanoscale BioPhotonics (CNBP), an Australian Research Council Future Fellow, a Professor within the Adelaide Medical School at the University of Adelaide, and President of Science and Technology Australia, the peak body in Australia that represents 90,000 scientists. Mark explores the “other brain” and has pioneered research which has led to the discovery of novel drug activity at innate immune receptors. We cover topics like: Why we experience pain Strategies that speak the same language as our cellular systems Why our cells remember pain We have hundreds of cellular systems that turn on and off hundreds of switches in our body to stay in control and keep us safe. These switches determine why, when, and how much pain we experience in response to stimuli. When we feel a feather against our skin or step on a Lego, we're experiencing nociception. Over time, our baseline of what turns these switches on and off becomes more sensitive, resulting in hypernociception and allodynia that are caused from stimuli that normally wouldn't cause pain, but now does. Strategies that work with how our cellular systems function include: Eating well (eating plants borrows their defense mechanisms!) Going on a walk outside Playing in nature Having deep meaningful conversations (talking actually changes the structure of the central nervous system) Creating a positive and supportive environment Drinking hydrogenated water Mindfulness practices, “thinking well” breathing practices like Wim Hof supercharges your immune response and resilience When exploring strategies, your mindset matters! Having an expectation that the strategies can work influences the outcomes. It's critical to have a positive mindset that you can shift your pain, even it's only by a little bit. RESOURCES: Free sex and pelvic pain resources https://drsusieg.com/resources-for-pelvic-pain-in-men Online Pelvic Pain Relief Program for Men https://drsusieg.com/pelvic-pain-in-men-online-program CONNECT WITH MARK HUTCHINSON: Twitter: Prof_Hutchinson Science Technology Australia https://www.youtube.com/c/ScienceTechnologyAustralia Centre of Excellence for Nanoscale BioPhotonics https://www.mq.edu.au/research/research-centres-groups-and-facilities/innovative-technologies/centres/arc-centre-of-excellence-for-nanoscale-biophotonics CONNECT WITH ME (DR. SUSIE): Website: https://drsusieg.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr.susieg/ 15-minute call: https://drsusieg.com/pelvic-pain-specialist-15-minute-call   Disclaimer: This information is not intended to substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of a healthcare professional with any questions you may have regarding treatment, medications/supplements, or any medical diagnoses. This information is intended for educational purposes only and is in no way to substitute the advice of a licensed healthcare professional.

Mindfulness Mode
Joy, Hope, and Positivity with Gurdeep Pandher

Mindfulness Mode

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 14:32


Gurdeep Pandher is the topic of my solo episode today. I became familiar with fellow Canadian, Gurdeep Pandher through a radio story that caught my attention. It explained how this man is dedicated to bringing joy and hope to the world through Bhangra dance. He's inspired soldiers on a Navy warship and has taught firefighters at a firefighting training base. Mostly, he records videos from his home in the Yukon and shares them online. He records short videos and his posts have had over 25 million views on social media. So Listen & Subscribe on: iTunes / Stitcher / Podbean / Overcast / Spotify Who is Gurdeep Pandher? He is a fellow Canadian, who is dedicated to bringing joy and hope to the world and does it through dance. Gurdeep uses social media as his way to share. He inspired soldiers on a Navy warship and taught firefighters at a firefighting training base. He records short videos. And his videos have had over 25 million views on social media. And he continues to spread positivity around the globe. He lives in the northwestern corner of Canada in the Yukon. His joy just spills out. Bhangra is the type of dance he teaches. In short, he teaches you how to do it in some of the videos. One of his social media followers posted this message; “I'm subscribed to your channel and you always brings a smile to my face. Bhangra is such a joyful dance, it should be a part of everyone's day.” Gurdeep Pandher believes that joy, hope, and positivity will lift you up and give you a boost. He wants to spread joy throughout the world. Gurdeep is currently touring Canada and tonight he's visiting the nearby town of Stratford, Ontario. He already went to Quebec and Toronto and he's been featured on NBC News nation, CBC, BBC, and so many other networks as well. Joy, Hope, and Positivity Quote “I think if we put some effort into it, we can all bring joy, hope, and positivity into our lives. It's not always easy. But there are ways we can do it.” – Gurdeep Pandher Connect With Gurdeep Pandher Youtube https://www.youtube.com/c/GurdeepPandher Instagram https://www.instagram.com/gurdeeppandher/ Twitter https://twitter.com/GurdeepPandher Tiktok: gurdeep pandher bangra Gurdeep Pandher Feedback One of his social media followers posted this message: “I have been subscribed to his channel for a few months and he always brings a smile to my face. Bhangra is such a joyful dance it should be a part of everyone's day.” Bruce's Comments About Positivity  I enjoy an hour every day walking or running doing breathing exercises. It's just wonderful to be able to do Wim Hof breathing and other practices that energize and make me feel great. Most importantly,  it helps me to celebrate my life. For the past two days I've had the pleasure of spending time with twenty-five inspiring kids in a school near me. As you know, I often spend time in schools covering for teachers who are absent and the last two days have been extraordinary. The children understood mindfulness like so many children do; they simply live it and breathe it; not necessarily because it has been formally taught, but because it is a natural part of how children see the world. I believe this is why I connect with Gurdeep and his videos. They are a pure expression of mindfulness and positivity. Suggested Resources Book: The Success Principles by Jack Canfield Book: Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki Book: Change Your Paradigm, Change Your Life by Bob Proctor App: Insight Timer Related Episodes The Mindful Movement; Sara Raymond Mindful Movement In Addiction Treatment; Kendra Kirane Experience Transformation With MindTravel; Murray Hidary Are you experiencing anxiety & stress? Peace is within your grasp. I'm Bruce Langford, a practicing coach, and hypnotist helping fast-track people just like you to shed their inner bully and move forward with confidence. Book a Free Coaching Session to get you on the road to a more satisfying life, feeling grounded and focused. Therefore send me an email at bruce@mindfulnessmode.com with ‘Coaching Session' in the subject line. We'll set up a zoom call and talk about how you can move forward to a better life.

HEALING VIBES
Lambda State | Himalayan Tibetan Monks Tradition Meditation | Complete Oneness And Wholeness

HEALING VIBES

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 60:08


Lambda State | Himalayan Tibetan Monks Tradition Meditation | Complete Oneness And Wholeness Frequency: Lambda waves oscillate at a frequency of  100-200 Hz. * Oscillate means to move or swing back and forth in a regular rhythm. Overview: Lambda are very high frequency waves, much higher than the Gamma frequency range, and even higher than the Hyper Gamma range, which is around the 100Hz mark. As mentioned in the introduction, Lambda waves are closely related to Epsilon waves. Interestingly, if you zoom in far enough you would see that embedded within the slow Epsilon wave is a very fast Lambda wave. The Epsilon wave is essentially riding on the Lambda wave. Lambda waves are associated with experienced meditators, such as the Tibetan monks, who are able to meditate in the Himalayan mountains for hours without succumbing to the very low temperatures. Similarly, you may have heard of a man known as the ‘Iceman', who is able to control his core body temperature and withstand freezing temperatures. It is thought that he is able to tap into the Lambda waves brain state for a prolonged period of time. Wim Hof, the Iceman. Like the Himalayan Tibetan Monks he is able to meditate at extremely low temperatures. Lambda is therefore associated with a much higher level of consciousness, beyond simply deep meditation or spiritual consciousness. It is more a state of complete oneness and wholeness. Benefits: The Lambda state seems to be an almost a secretive one, one that is somewhat shrouded in mystery. And that would make sense considering it is incidentally tied to the Tibetan meditation tradition. Lambda is often associated with a moment of discovery and insight that is indescribable, an “aha” moment, so to speak. I guess the best way of putting it would be if you suddenly understood the meaning of life: you'd be able to feel it and sense it, but unable to put it into words. SUBSCRIBE NOW

The Positive Perimenopause Podcast

Back in August I did something I thought I'd never do.  I lay in a bath FULL of ice for 2 minutes!Having always had a dislike for the cold, it was only after I'd read about the benefits of cold water therapy, particularly for women going through menopause, that I thought I'd see what it's all about so when I saw that there was a Wim Hof workshop happening locally, I signed up.The workshop was run by the brilliant Heather Ashely who led us through some breath work, movement and to finish with, an ice bath!I found the experience truly transformational and the best bit was the five day natural high the following week!I'm now a cold water convert and am so delighted that I got to chat to Heather on the podcast.As well as being a Wim Hof Method instructor, Heather is also a Health coach, nutritional therapist, PT and last but not least, a healthy habit creator.I loved this episode as Heather shares so many practical tips how you too can experience the benefits of cold water therapy, even if you don't live near the sea! Come and have a listen to discover: How and why Heather got into cold water therapyWhat the Wim Hof method isThe benefits of cold water therapyHow cold water therapy is particularly helpful for women in peri/menopauseHow to get started with cold water therapy even if you don't live near the seaHow long you should stay in forHow to warm up safelyTo get in touch with Heather and find out more about her Wim Hof Method workshops:https://heatherashleyhealthfitness.com/https://www.instagram.com/heather_ashley__/You can send your questions for my World Menopause Day Special episode to info@pollywarren.com or DM me at https://www.instagram.com/pollywarrencoaching/To register for my brand new workshop 'HOW TO SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCE OR ELIMINATE YOUR MENOPAUSE SYMPTOMS' go to https://www.pollywarren.com/workshop

Blue Door Daily
Breathe and Think Better LIVE Episode 3

Blue Door Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 33:42


In this episode of Breathe and Think Better LIVE Jake and Danny discuss the Tibetan meditation technique of Tummo, the Wim Hof Method, and the two "sides" of meditation practice. To join the next show LIVE on TikTok, you can register here. For free Meditation exercises, check out The 1 Minute Meditation and Breathe Blue Door. And for more information visit Breathe and Think Better. 

Growth Minds
Are We Producing Weaker Men? | Warren Farrell

Growth Minds

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 60:38


Warren Farrell is an American political scientist, activist, and author of seven books on men's and women's issues, including The Boy Crisis. Farrell has been described as the "father of the men's movement." In our conversation, we talked about why boys are struggling, definining what it means to be a man today, how it's evolved over time, and questions that can improve relationships between men & women. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes and a rating on our Spotify show? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews! Subscribe on YouTube: http://bit.ly/38bZNAY Listen on Apple Podcast: https://buff.ly/2PycRL1 Listen on Spotify: https://bit.ly/growth-minds Follow me on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/heyseankim Learn Spanish by speaking it for free: https://www.jumpspeak.com Past guests on Growth Minds include: Robert Kiyosaki (Rich Dad Poor Dad), Steve Aoki, Robert Greene, Dr. Jason Fung, Dr. Steven Gundry, Neil deGrasse Tyson (StarTalk), Dennis Rodman, Wim Hof, Robin Sharma, Vanessa Van Edwards, King Bach, Daniel Pink, Dr. William Davis, Doctor Mike, Lewis Howes (School of Greatness), Tom Bilyeu (Impact Theory), Andrew Yang, Dr. Paul Conti, Charles Hoskinson (Ethereum), Dr. Drew (After Dark), Jo Koy, Jordan Belfort (Wolf of Wall Street), Gad Saad, Adam Carolla, Louis the Child, Vishen Lakhiani (Mindvalley), Bret Weinstein (DarkHorse Podcast), James Nestor, Dave Rubin, Scott Adams (Real Coffee with Scott Adams), Dave Asprey (Bulletproof Coffee), Gabby Reece, Rich Roll, James Altucher, R3hab, and more.

Tangentially Speaking with Christopher Ryan
546 - Stanley Krippner at 90

Tangentially Speaking with Christopher Ryan

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 87:36


I've known Stanley Krippner since the mid-1990s, when he invited me to join him on a three week trip to Brazil. He's a world-famous researcher and author who has has hung out with everyone from Timothy Leary to Alan Watts to the Grateful Dead. He and I have traveled together to all over the planet, from a shamanism conference in Bavaria to a Psychoneuroimmunology conference in Buenos Aires to an adventure in search of the desert spirits in Morocco. We entered the “Sistine Chapel of Prehistoric Art” together at Lascaux, France and visited religious scholars in Kerala, India. I'm leaving out A LOT. He's been a close friend for 25 years, and was one of the first (and most frequent) guests on the podcast. Here are links to previous episodes: 5, 24, 82, 169, 211 (with Wim Hof), and 263. He celebrated his 90th birthday yesterday. This conversation was recorded (with Anya Kaats) recently. As you'll hear, he's sharp as ever and full of wisdom and humor.Intro music “Brightside of the Sun,” by Basin and Range. “A Memory from a Past Life Keeps Calling Me Back,” by The KLF; Outro: “Homens,” by Manu Chao.And now for something extra, just for Substack subscribers, Stan discussing gender and sexuality from an anthropological perspective: This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit chrisryan.substack.com/subscribe

Terrain Theory
Dr. Rob Williams on breath as a super power, LSDD, and why 90% of us are breathing incorrectly

Terrain Theory

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 82:55


Dr. Rob Williams is the co-founder of Peak Flow, a breath organization that uses a holistic approach to respiratory training and peak performance. Dr. Williams is a certified Level 1 Wim Hof Method instructor, Buteyko Institute breath coach, Oxygen Advantage (OA) instructor, and certified BEMER representative.In our conversation with Dr. Williams we discuss:Why the vast majority of humans on the planet are breathing sub-optimallyHow to test if you are among that groupThe health impact of dysfunctional respirationWhy we need to breathe through our noseHow to go about reclaiming optimized respiration through habit building...and more.Dr. Williams also leads a short but powerful guided "LSDD" breath work session early on in the episode, so get comfortable! Learn more about Dr. Williams at thepeakflow.com. Terrain Theory episodes are not to be taken as medical advice. You are your own primary healthcare provider.If you have a Terrain Transformation story you would like to share, email us at ben@terraintheory.net.Learn more at www.terraintheory.net.Music by Chris Merenda

Dreamers & doers // Passion & purpose, meditation & mindfulness, personal growth
#144 - Ripped Fruitarian in NYC about fruitarianism & breatharianism - Bryan Mirabella

Dreamers & doers // Passion & purpose, meditation & mindfulness, personal growth

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 94:27


Chapters: 0:00 Intro & what we'll talk about 4:41 Bryan's story, growing up in a toxic environment and his healing journey 19:09 Bryan's nutrition journey towards fruitarianism 24:28 Being a fruitarian in New York City and the impact of the environment 28:07 The power of beliefs to be healthy and not living in fear 30:50 Why you should NOT do the Wim Hof method and the right way to do breathe 44:34 Talking ice baths, samadhi states and when we stop breathing 52:35 His fruitarian journey, including detox and marine phytoplankton 58:30 Could he have built such a physique on fruits? 1:00:28 The place of fats & protein on a fruitarian diet 1:02:25 The willpower needed to move to fruits, depending on the environment, and how the lockdowns actually helped him 1:10:15 Being in a relationship with a non-vegan 1:13:01 What is Marine Phytoplankton and how to get it? And a few other additional foods he adds to the fruitarian diet 1:19:45 Distilled water & urine therapy 1:23:38 The health tests he does and how he knows what parasites he has 1:25:55 The possible transition from fruitarian to breatharian 1:31:08 “Bryan, do you still ejaculate?” & talking sexual energies 1:31:59 Conclusion: greetings, resources & how to follow LINKS: THE LIGHTLEADERS PODCAST: Telegram: https://t.me/thelightleaders & https://t.me/newearth Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thelightleaders FROM BRYAN: His site: https://www.quantumfitness.org/ His Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breath_verse/ His Breathing Method: https://oxygenadvantage.com/ Marine phytoplankton: https://www.ascendedhealth.com/nutrigenomics/phytoplankton/ Sea Water: https://quintonmedical.com/quinton-plasma Ormus: https://www.ascendedhealth.com/ormus/index_ormus.htm #fruitarian #fruitarianism #breatharian #breatharianism

Body Breaking Free
69. Personal Notes on Surrender Experiment / MBSR / Kundalini Yoga / Wim Hof Breathwork

Body Breaking Free

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 42:40


This episode I wanted to share my personal take on a few wellness practices I have been doing lately -  MBSR, Surrender, Kundalini Yoga and Breathwork. Don't forget to *subscribe* to the podcast so you get all the new episodes. SIGN UP FOR THE NEWSLETTER: updates, workshops & freebies: katiekaygraham.com/newsletter EPISODE REFERENCES:Untethered Soul by Michael SingerSurrender Experiment by Michael SingerMBSR Utah + Online: https://www.mindfulnessutah.com/classesMBSR Mindfulness and Health Institute: https://mindfulnessandhealthinstitute.org/?utm_source=fromMCB&utm_medium=fromMCB&utm_id=programspageKundalini Yoga:    IG - @charisma.whitefeather    Website - https://www.kundaliniwithcharisma.com/recordings/ BreathHouse: @breathhouseofficialSUPPORT US:Fill out the Feedback FormRate & Review: (1) Go to Library (2) Go to Show *not episode* (3) Scroll down to "Ratings and Reviews (3) Click "Write a ReviewShare it with a friend! Support by spreading the word!ADD ME ON:Website: https://katiekaygraham.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/katiekaygraham/Join The Newsletter (email list for updates/freebies/support): katiekaygraham.com/newsletterBODY BREAKING FREE LISTEN ON:Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/body-breaking-free-with-katie-graham/id1558936181Spotify Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/7sAzGLATt4hiGqe819iH8z?si=-pC8KPimQ269BYjJbUcLOQ&dl_branch=1Audible: https://www.audible.com/pd/ITEM_NAME-Podcast/B08NW3SG87

This Is Your Brain With Dr. Phil Stieg
Finding Your Soul in Ice

This Is Your Brain With Dr. Phil Stieg

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 26:59


Extreme athlete Wim Hof has set records for immersion in icy water, and he recommends it for physical and mental health. Find out why his wife's suicide drove Hof to master controlled hyperventilation -- in breathtaking cold -- to become happy, strong, and healthy. (Everything else, he'll tell you, is BS.) Surprisingly, heart and brain science just may support the Wim Hof Method.   http://www.wimhofmethod.com/ Plus...contrasting ice and fire, with a firewalking story courtesy of Jim Metzner www.pulseplanet.com    

Growth Minds
History of Money, Crypto Investing & Avoiding Money Traps | Robert Breedlove

Growth Minds

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 79:47


Robert Breedlove is the Founder & CEO of Digital Parallax, host of the What Is Money show, and author of Thank God for Bitcoin. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes and a rating on our Spotify show? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews! Learn more about Robert here: https://linktr.ee/breedlove22 Subscribe on YouTube: http://bit.ly/38bZNAY Listen on Apple Podcast: https://buff.ly/2PycRL1 Listen on Spotify: https://bit.ly/growth-minds Follow me on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/heyseankim Learn Spanish by speaking it for free: https://www.jumpspeak.com Past guests on Growth Minds include: Robert Kiyosaki (Rich Dad Poor Dad), Steve Aoki, Robert Greene, Dr. Jason Fung, Dr. Steven Gundry, Neil deGrasse Tyson (StarTalk), Dennis Rodman, Wim Hof, Robin Sharma, Vanessa Van Edwards, King Bach, Daniel Pink, Dr. William Davis, Doctor Mike, Lewis Howes (School of Greatness), Tom Bilyeu (Impact Theory), Andrew Yang, Dr. Paul Conti, Charles Hoskinson (Ethereum), Dr. Drew (After Dark), Jo Koy, Jordan Belfort (Wolf of Wall Street), Gad Saad, Adam Carolla, Louis the Child, Vishen Lakhiani (Mindvalley), Bret Weinstein (DarkHorse Podcast), James Nestor, Dave Rubin, Scott Adams (Real Coffee with Scott Adams), Dave Asprey (Bulletproof Coffee), Gabby Reece, Rich Roll, James Altucher, R3hab, and more.

Always Better than Yesterday
Ep 191 Interview Sessions with Mike Maher | Take a Deep Breath

Always Better than Yesterday

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 70:23


On episode 191 I am joined by Mike Maher, breathwork coach and host of one of the most popular breathwork channels on YouTube, Take a Deep Breath. After Mikes marriage ended in 2016, lost and curious, Mike spent a week with Wim Hof after hearing him on the Joe Rogan and Tangentially speaking podcasts. The Ice Man introduced Mike to Ice Baths, Climbing freezing cold mountains in only shorts and of course, breathwork. Mike was obsessed and ended up quitting his corporate job if 15 years and Walked Across Spain for El Camino then went onto traveling then around the world and starting a YouTube channel all about breathing. Mike Maher is now the founder of TAKE A DEEP BREATH, a breathwork channel on YouTube and host of the Breathwork podcast BREATHCAST, Mike has trained as an Oxygen Advantage Instructor & Buteyko Practitioner under Patrick McKeown, Mikes YouTube Channel has over 200 videos dedicated to breathwork, the channel is one of the largest in its field with over 143k subscribers and 19 million views, all of Mikes breathwork content is free and available for people to go and try. In this episode you will hear: 03:30 Take a Deep Breath 05:00 you'd follow Wim Hof into a volcano 09:00 Mike's breath journey 11:00 stress and de-stress 13:00 mentored by the world's breathing experts 15:00 the Oxygen Advantage 19:00 breathwork tips for parents 24:00 terrified of the ocean but goes free-diving 29:00 we breath too fast, shallow and through the wrong hole 32:00 breathing affects the way you think and feel 35:00 the importance of nose breathing 43:00 oxygen and co2 48:00 the power of grace 52:00 where to see Mike live 55:00 try these exercises with us 60:00 the only negativity we need is nature 1:02:30 Mike's heartprint I hope this interview inspires you to take a deep breath. Please do subscribe, leave a little review, and share it with someone you wish to inspire too. Always love Ryan Connect with Mike Websites: https://www.takeadeepbreath.co.uk/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TAKEADEEPBREATH IG: https://www.instagram.com/takeadeepbreath.co.uk/ Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/take-a-deep-breath-with-mike-maher/id1519472365 Connect with Always Better than Yesterday Website: www.abty.co.uk Instagram: www.instagram.com/alwaysbetterthanyesterdayuk TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@abty_uk LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/abty Discord: https://discord.gg/Apm3Ja465j Facebook Community: www.facebook.com/groups/weareABTY Thank you to our friends at Elevate OM, proud supporters of the Always Better than Yesterday Interview Sessions. Head to www.elevateom.com for Online Marketing & Web Design services that are affordable, bespoke & awesome. Please email your questions and comments to podcast@abty.co.uk

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