27 Burst results for "Amita"

"amita" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:56 min | 2 months ago

"amita" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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"amita" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

07:17 min | 2 months ago

"amita" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

"Ahead tonight i'm gonna talk about development of the mind mental development tissue. Nike this in a sense this idea of developing the mind is one of the buddhist discoveries. He understood that it's possible to do such a thing as developing the mind and you may think. of course. it's possible but in fact it's not as obvious as you might think that this actually can be done and we'll talk about that maybe towards the end of the talk why it is not so obvious but the first thing is basically that mental development is a wonderful wonderful discovery because so many people spend all their lives trying to develop their happiness trying to develop their contentment trying to develop their lives. Always my external things always by earning more money by social position possessions. By all this kind of things this is normally the things up. Try to develop in our lives and very few people actually spend enough time. Weren't they instead directly on the mind instead of always trying to find satisfaction in happiness indirectly using external things. And if you're thinking about if you're really going to be happy. It is much wiser to do it. Directly working on the mind ran trying to gain that happiness through external stimuli indirectly. First of all. It's much more efficient. Because you're working directly with a source of things and secondly if you're working on the mind rather and having an indirect happiness you can actually change the mind directly. We should never signed by things by using possessions or fame or whatever else. It is actually change your mind. You're skimming the mind. The stimulus with makes a happy for a very short period of time so working directly on the mind as much. wiser much more far-reaching. Emotional powerful tool that we can use imply and the buddha said. It is possible to develop the mind. This can't be done so that if it wasn't possible to develop the mind i wouldn't give this teaching. It is because it's possible because it can be done that. I teach dhamma in the way that i do. It's possible to develop. Wholesome states of mind is possible to develop luminous mind a beautiful mind a peaceful mind. And it's possible to get rid all this negative tendencies that we have inside of us and it's precisely because it's possible that i teach the way i do. I'll give this teaching to you. And i have to admit in my own life as a monk and buddhist my certainly. The idea of mental development is one of the draw kinds for being with his mind. I more highly developed you. Have you value the idea of developing the mind. All the more obvious. It makes sense to become a buddhist monk or buddhist. Nothing for that matter here. Why because that is the whole focus of the monastic life. That is the whole purpose of monastic life. Giving up most of the other external things to give one hundred percents attention to development of the mind instead so what is it about monastic life. I'm gonna talk a little bit. Monastic life first of all talk about lay life. Afterwards how the same principles apply to monastic. Life also apply to lay life. So what is it about monastic life. That makes mental development so much more possible if much more efficient in monastic life than it is in life. And there's two things in particular. I want to talk about the first one is of course the idea of kalina. Mitha of ritual friendship. This isn't a very important aspect of monastic life. If you think about it when you're live as mike you are surrounded by other amongst all the time you're always reminded when you see the monkey thing. Yeah i'm also among also part of this. You're always when it talked. You tend to talk about them. Not always but often the conversation is about them. Because that's what all of you are doing together. Here almost reminded you i in the middle of the dhamma all your life and because of that of course you have much more inclination yourself also practice this dharma because you're part of a group of people everybody practicing in the same way as the first thing the second thing is of course that you have the kalaiana amita is not only the people you surrounding you with one. Very important factor of the spiritual friendship with kellyanne. Amita is a teacher that you have is extremely important to have a good teacher. And ideally the kind of teacher you have is somebody who has a full appreciation of the buddha's teachings has insight into those teachings that buddha two and a half thousand years ago so this is one of the things you can find a good monastery. A place hesitate. Which has that sort of insider. It is wonderful because you come into the presence of the living. Dahmer the living teaching of the buddha as he gave it two and a half thousand years ago because it is those people today realized those teachings they are the living example is still possible to practice those teachings two and a half thousand years After the border so this is one of the wonderful wonderful things. It's great to have books. Of course. And i put read what the buddha said. This is very important. Sometimes if you only have the books and you don't actually have the living example is as if something is missing it's like the moisture is missing or something is not there which should be. There's only when it comes alive in actual people that you see around you when you see somebody life you will find inspiring when you see somebody who lives up to the example of the buddha's teaching that when he becomes really real and certainly for me. That is extremely important. So that is the second aspect of monastic life. Is that you come close to these kinds of teachers. Ideally you'd live with the teacher. Who has this kind of qualities and you'll have become conditioned you become influenced slowly but surely you're moving in the same way but the highest kind of spiritual friendship that you can have a monastic life and this of course also true for late. Life is the friendship of the buddha and that friendship of the buddha himself you gain by reading what the buddha said two and a half thousand years ago when you read. What the buddha said two and a half thousand years in the presence of the buddha there is right there because this is what he was what he was all about teaching these teachings so there you have the highest kind of spiritual friendships right there right in front of you by reading this buddhist teaching and it's actually quite important to have some idea what the buddha talked about. Because if you don't know that it's very easy to lead a stray here. You have no idea what people like me come appear and speak to you. You don't know what i'm saying if it's true if he's wrong if i'm leading you astray here the only way you can find out if i would say is correct on oughta is by going to the suit doesn't check it out and my saying what is an accordance the buddha. Why am i talking. Nonsense and forced can't take my word for that. You have to check it out for yourself. It's important and i know that there are many people who'd be led astray.

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"amita" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

01:47 min | 4 months ago

"amita" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Stick you in the chicken plant. Dayton had 100 covert cases. Are they trying to make you go into a classroom with 50 Children in it? You don't know what you sick. You don't told him you sick and they still say Well, okay, put on using massive glove going in there Do the best you can. Is that anything you could do about it? Have you been sexually harassed at work? You know, you know what is that? What is great a hostile work environment. They said, Look it in the, uh Man told me, my Hashmi. Did you just say wellness? Really? Don't fix your hair. Yeah. Did he win the vote? Oh, yeah, that might be a problem. Ah, full for a 92 703, But we we come back. We're going with a dirty at the bullet. A cz all of our Issues related to employment particular round cove in 19. Don't go anywhere. We'll be back in too much truth with Derek Bozeman understand? Fell 13 80, okay? You want answers. You can handle the truth. Closed 4048922703 on news and talk. 13 80 Okay, breaking news. Sports weather. Okay, newsroom along news and talk. 13 80 you okay? Good afternoon. I'm Amita Cooper. Here's what's happening. Oh, my gosh, is he's ready. That's.

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"amita" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

07:18 min | 5 months ago

"amita" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Just keep going to the phone. This is Victoria. Good morning, Victoria. What can I help you with? Good morning, Mr Jeff. Thank you for taking my call First. And most of all, I want to thank you for having this beautiful show you get to the point to right away. Don't talk around the bush forever. I really love how you explain everything. Thank you, ma'am. Yes, you money and welcome I have a problem. I think I spoke to you once before. I have think Augustyn lawns in the front of my house in the side underside and in the back in the back something in my land completely and my fig tree about three years ago, I still had a little bit. Think Augustine last night completely done and bear. And the rain washes away my soil next to me. There are two houses that would turn down. It's just a field field with Paul Grasses. I think it's called Texas glass of something. Tall like maybe Amita Amita and I have told you So Wade invasion has put down organic greed killer every year twice a year, and last year we didn't do it because really theirs. No reason to. It's just all so now I realized I have snails and in the front and my friend along Now I see little little fish, a little shells and squeeze. I tried to kill him every morning. Because my patio I have tile everywhere. So they love my child is nice and cool again. I don't know how the kid Are they eating My lawn? Is that would aid my lawn? Probably not snails. Snails are becoming a real problem in our areas. I can harvest pounds and pounds of them. They crawl up the side of a building and stick to it that I have totally wipe him off. The next day. They're back. Product. You want to get that you Khun! Sprinkle in your yard, you, khun! Sprinkle around your house. It's called slug O Yes, Lugo. It's a bait that they actually want Teo eat, and when they do, it's it's going to kill them. It does so without an actual poison. Oh, and it will stop them. But the problem is is if you Sprinkle it in your lawn, And then you do regular water in getting it wet. Makes it kind of dissolve. Oh, so you'd have to keep applying it so you can either apply it after the rain after you run your sprinklers. Or just apply it every time it gets too wet, But it can be pretty effective. It can reduce the number of snails, you see, but It's going to be a long term problem. You're going to have to do it for a long enough period of time that you really cut them way back. Yeah, but it won't affect the grass. You can Sprinkle it in your turf. You khun sprinkling around your patio so that they can stay off of those places, too. And that can be effective. In honest, I've never seen a snail. You see their little shell when I step in. And of course that squished something without so that's the smell again, right? What they do is they curl up in the shell, and then they make a little seal around it. So that they can survive in this weather keeps the moisture in for them, and whenever they stick to something, they do the same thing they make a seal. It's kind of like putting themselves in a Tupperware container so that they don't lose all their moisture. How interesting. I have another big problem. A really big problem. Last year. We had something that made big Holden now long. I mean, big ones. And my long man hurt his ankle Bad so he didn't come back, and I didn't have anyone. It was also off too often. So my husband brought along more and a reader. But he's just to begin agent He can't hold it up because he broke his elbow for he can't anyway. Now the whatever animal that wass is back again and make big holes. I'm in huge deep holes. What is that An armadillo could be squirrels will dig a hole like that. Rabbits will deal. You dig a hole like that. Armadillos will do so, but it's probably one of those. You can get a repellent is called Mole, Max. Yeah, I've seen that and you can Sprinkle that out and unless a pretty long time, even if it rains, and it is a repellent that will keep those creatures less interested. You can use it to keep them out of the yard. It's not very expensive and it's safe to use What is he called again? More yard mole, Max. Um Oh, Max. OK, so you say that should I feel it? It seems that they only make those holes where there is shade in the glasses with And they may be looking for a cool spot. Rabbits will do that to find a cool spot to lay in the ground so that it can keep them cool. So that's a possibility of their also could be insects underneath those plants because there's moisture and it's cooler and they're digging up the insects looking to eat them. That might be why an armadillo is doing that. So that will keep them away. We used to have grubs. So maybe we still have some over there. Well, you you would have to dig to find him. To see if you actually have them. I found him. I did that thing that you taught us with the coffee can and I found three of them in the culture can Okay, well, the more Max will help keep them away. Oh, good. And do I fertilized the thing, Augustine just with natural I mean organic fertilizer nine to fall. You could do it in the fall. It's a little warm right now. The grass is not hungry. You could put the unorganised fertilizer down and the grass will take it up when it needs it, But in this kind of temperature It really isn't necessary to fertilize. I would wait till you get closer to cooler weather in the fall. And can you teach you window? I cut down my small box. Smallwood. It is so tall. I don't like it unless you were not able to cut it down. Tonight's just too tall. Am I able to cut it past the leaves, which has the best branches are or not? You can take off about 1/3 of a plant. So you can have it. If it's three feet tall. You could cut off a foot of it. Yes, but there are no live there. That's I understand, but that would be one way that you could do it. Terming the plan will make it put on new leaves. Looks like you dropped off of there. Let's see. We're going to we've got time left. Let's go to this is Darryl. Good Morning, Darrel. What can I.

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"amita" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:06 min | 5 months ago

"amita" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Afternoon. Um Amita Cooper years. What's happening? I want you to understand. Right, taking these public health measures. Will help you. Be able to do more of the things that you enjoy. That's US Surgeon General Jeroen Adams, speaking this morning at a large cove in 19 testing site that is now open today at Hartsfield Jackson International Airport officials will be on site at the New North Terminal Parking Lodge from 9 to 5 until August 26. I'll be able to administer upto 5000 tests per day, with results available within three days. Adams also says it's important that everyone do their part so that we can all enjoy getting back to being social worship. School. Restaurants. I want to see the Falcons and the Hawks play again in person. And we can get there. If everyone does their part, the testing is free to Georgia. Residents and appointments are recommended to register online and to make an appointment visit. Do I need a covert 19 tests dot com. Well. The testing comes after New Colvin. 19 cases continue to pour into Georgia. Public health officials reported another 3100 cases yesterday, bringing the total statewide toe over 215,000 numbers have continue to fluctuate between 3000 to 4500 over the last week. The number of deaths remain lower than recent trends Sunday, which reported 13 If you felt the Earth shake in Georgia's Today you don't need to be alarmed. Unearth plate with the magnitude of 5.1 rumbled from Sparta, North Carolina, close to the Virginia border around eight in the morning. While there was no major damage, thousands of people reported feeling tremors from the earthquake across the southeast. He was the region's strongest quake in decades. Otherwise. It is a 60% chance of showers and thunderstorms with a high near 92 later tonight can expect partly cloudy skies with low around 72. That's what's happened in everybody on Amanda Cooper on news and top 13 80 W ay. Okay, Now let's check that ride..

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What the Washington, D.C.-area universities have said about their plans to reopen in fall 2020

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

What the Washington, D.C.-area universities have said about their plans to reopen in fall 2020

"It may be difficult for universities these days to have in person classes for the fall semester during the pandemic, But some local schools are trying to make it ah, priority at the University of Maryland. We're going to be testing every person President Darryl Pines says. It's going to be mandatory for students and staff members as the school tries to have as much in person education as possible. From my perspective, we always students. A world class education at Georgetown University, dean of the McDonough School of Business, Paul Amita says all freshmen will be welcomed to campus. It's an important experience for them when they leave their homes. So he says. Some may have to quarantine for 14 days when they arrive if they're traveling from hot spots. Nick in L A w T o P

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720 Nurses Strike At AMITA St. Joe's Hospital In Joliet, Near Chicago

On the Road with Dane Neal

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

720 Nurses Strike At AMITA St. Joe's Hospital In Joliet, Near Chicago

"Than than 700 700 nurses at Amita ST Joseph Medical Center in Joliet on strike As of this morning, nurses say Koven, 19 is the reason why they deserve a pay rise. But the hospital's also citing the pandemic, saying it has had a severe impact on its finances. 700 nurses here at Amita help ST Joseph Hospital are on strike union, which is the Illinois nurses. Association found an attention strike notice last week union has been negotiating with hospital wraps since February. Besides pay nurses also demand minimum staffing levels. Nurses have been working without a contract since May night in Joliet, Judy Wank W G. M NEWS Chicago

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Nurses go on strike at Amita hospital, near Chicago

On the Road with Dane Neal

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Nurses go on strike at Amita hospital, near Chicago

"Has more than 700 nurses at Amita ST Joseph Medical Center in Joliet on strike As of this morning, nurses say Koven, 19 is the reason why they deserve a pay rise. But the hospital's also citing the pandemic, saying it has had a severe impact on its finances. 700 nurses here at Amita help ST Joseph Hospital are on strike union, which is the Illinois nurses. Association found an attention strike notice last week union has been negotiating with hospital wraps since February. Besides pay nurses also demand minimum staffing levels. Nurses have been working without a contract since May night in Joliet, Judy Wank W G. M NEWS

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"amita" Discussed on Blue Lotus Buddhist Temple Podcast

Blue Lotus Buddhist Temple Podcast

05:50 min | 8 months ago

"amita" Discussed on Blue Lotus Buddhist Temple Podcast

"So now just nurture yourself to let let you be done with that for this present time. Don't let it hang around with you. Sometimes we call this coming back to neutral raking to say coming back to nurturing yourself and letting the letting letting that the power of that difficulty emotion. You know now now. We're going to stop working with it so you WANNA come back to a safe place and your body. And that's when we take care of ourselves so we send Meta. We send loving. Kindness and friendliness to ourselves may be well. May I feel safe? May I realize I can deal with these difficulty motions? I am strong. I can be fearless and then because it were Brag. That's met a practice. We definitely now need to send it out when we can. We can feel okay. We have enough for ourself. We can send some out and then we can begin to radiate an. We'd it just continues. We never run out and we are never unable to send it out so that we can radiate that feeling of goodwill out out. Send it out to all your loved ones. Send it out to your animal. Friends are big supporters. Send it out to strangers to enemies to the challenging loved ones in your life. Remember that Meta is infinite so once we begin to send it radiated out or radiating out it just becomes who we are and it keeps going and going and going and when it's infant that means we also can't say. I wanted to go to her but not to him. I wanted to go to those people in that. These people we. We don't have that control when we really understand what we're doing we can't pick and choose who we begin to send compassion to and. Meta too and that's wonderful isn't it? We'd all be tempted to to use to use that superpower for evil instead of for good so That's part of being infant. And we're not picking and choosing who we who we send it to and we can't and we can't pick and choose. What their responses so he never have any attachment to a radiating out those qualities like Metha- and compassion and sympathetic joy for others and equanimity. So that's that's enough for today. I was afraid I'd start coughing like I did yesterday so I have a night. I have a glass of water here with me in case Hope you can hope you can Comfortably work with your emotions and recognize that they are not permanent and recognize that. We're the only ones we have to ground ourselves and be with ourselves when it comes right down to it and you know if you have emotional issues that you have to deal with with with With a professional counselor or with medication that you know Speak supervised don't always feel that our practice of meditation that we're at a point in our lives where meditation can can solve every problem or deal with every everything we're working with. Sometimes we need. We need more help. We know that. And if you know that we we I I definitely in the other monks of Blue Lotus. Encourage you to get the help you need but to never have to give up meditation and it can be come along with any professional help you need. Your Meditation will only make everything better so not not suggesting. You quit meditating while you take care of something just know that We have to trust science. We have to trust what we know about the brain. We have to know that there are things that are available for us to use and work with and that's part of what we can become aware of as we practice when things are difficult for us. we need to get help and so never be afraid to get help. Okay you might just need to talk to a good friend a Kalyan Amita or he may need to talk to a doctor or you may need to talk to a counselor so Let that be let that be part of your part of your reality to don't cut off one with the other okay. Let them work together So it's lovely Slavia see names coming up and see people that I'm so happy to see and I'll see you again Sunday morning or you can listen to a recording. Okay have a beautiful day. Thank you so much for helping me in my practice as well. Okay bye bye..

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Would going vegan reduce your carbon footprint?

The Naked Scientists

03:24 min | 1 year ago

Would going vegan reduce your carbon footprint?

"Now with us this week. Our talented take care. Tim Reveal. He's from new scientists. Great to have you back to your great to be here. Thanks and what have you had on your radar the New Scientist lately. Well we've been testing out the idea that going Vegan improve your carbon footprint reduces the amount of Co two you are responsible for and some of us in experiments in the office where we recorded everything. We ate laboriously for for a week and then the following week everyone went vegan and recorded everything they ate too and then a specialist specialist analyzed. Everything we've eaten and looked at how our carbon footprint was affected. How does that actually work? Why would going Vegan translate into superior carbon footprint and for person who's normally Amita so there are certain foods that When you look at how they are produced how much food for example it goes into making them so be for example we have to feed a cow and then ultimately you kill counter each the meat things like milk you also have to keep alive? All of those correspond to energy that goes into producing about food and some foods are more heavy in terms of the energy. You need than others and how big was the difference. It was a really large different. So those people who are meat eaters who went Vegan as has a carbon footprint was reduced by around seventy percent narrow so people who have vegetarian already like myself who tried to go Vegan for a week to see whether it made much of a difference and for those people that have their carbon footprint too so it does make a big difference. Do you think sustainable giving people stick with it because it is quite hard. If you're not used to eating night that to embrace a healthy vegan lifestyle isn't it. Yeah I find it really difficult. I find it really easy to go vegetarian. I find it really hard to go Vegan for a week. Found like you. You have to become an expert whereas you can sort of a casual vegetarian but I think what we found is that by reducing things a little bit you. You still make a difference so you don't have to go to to the extreme of becoming one hundred percent vegan to reduce your carbon footprint. If you're interested thanks so any tech questions and perhaps even Vegan questions. You can put those two tim. Well is the say elegant but who's also with us from British Antarctic survey and it's going to about climate. You vegan is that right. That is so important. I can for the environmental impact for dominantly. I also find that it really helps my health so so I'm a boxer in my spare time and I find it a lot easier to stay in my weight category but I mean the main motivation sedation was the environmental impact of course environments been in the news. A lot has not not not only because we've seen Paris and the implementation of the Paris Agreement but we've also going on or has been going on for a while now no stranger with these fairly dramatic fires. Of course I mean. Climate changes all over the news. And I don't think it's going away anytime soon. And these sorts. Lots of dramatic events like within Australia the happening more frequently so then going away when you are working at British Antarctic survey what actually do you study Odi predominantly. I'm looking on the Santa Maria Antarctica U- climate modeling A lot of the time but trying to understand how melting occurs in Antarctica what specifically is causing that melting and I've got an atmospheric physics background. So it's it's usually whether I'm boxing foxing to go with. Yeah Yeah of course above her weight on climate science. That's

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For Many #MeToo Accusers, Speaking Up Is Just The Beginning

NPR's Business Story of the Day

05:56 min | 1 year ago

For Many #MeToo Accusers, Speaking Up Is Just The Beginning

"This message comes from. NPR sponsor. Xfinity some things are slow like a snail races. Other things are fast like Xfinity X.. By get get fast speeds even when everyone is online working to make WIFI simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply two years ago people began using the Metoo Hashtag and posting their sexual harassment and assault experiences online. It's one of the biggest changes to sweep the workplace in decades but what became of the women inspired by Mu to. NPR's Yuki Noguchi has been taking a look dino. Lee Alameda says three years ago. The CEO CEO of a TV distribution firm she produced shows for grabbed and propositioned her. For Sex as he became more aggressive. She complained to the company's lawyer. Nothing thing happened later. She says the CEO pressured her to sign what amounted to a confidentiality agreement. And I absolutely refused. I would never ever sign that the Florida company Olympus at terminated. Her contract then came the metoo movement. A global groundswell of cases like Alameda rippled through Hollywood. Newsrooms newsrooms tech companies and politics. The number of sex harassment claims filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Spike. Almost fourteen percent last year. Amita says me to give her confidence and Camaraderie. She weighed the risks. She was a one person contractor going up against a powerful executive in June she filed suit detailing her claims of sexual harassment and retaliation. It changes everything you become a different person. She says it's also also devastated. Her career and finances clients are reluctant to hire for fear of getting involved. I like to retire is this just. Don't feel happy I lost the passion. Does that make sense now. I'll meet and the company are tangled lawsuits. The company and Tom Molar. The CEO declined uncommon on her ongoing case in a separate suit. Olympus ad says Alameda was fired for taking kickbacks in court papers Alameda counters. That was not a kickback. Kick back but an entirely unrelated contract with another firm despite the high personal toll. Alameda says it hasn't changed her mind about speaking out from a spiritual standpoint. I believe in miracles. I've already won. There is a common refrain among people who've told me there metoo stories on one hand there's relief in solidarity talking openly on the other speaking out often takes a great personal toll emotional and financial there. There isn't much data about the outcome of two complaints for a number of reasons. Most cases never make it to court. Details of investigations often remain under wraps because of settlements and confidentiality agreements. Plus many more people never come forward half of employees fear retaliation if they report illegal or unethical behavior at work according to a recent survey by HR acuity a company that tracks internal investigations CEO. deb Muller says another problem problem is that about half of complaints aren't even investigated by their employers. So if someone is courageous enough to come forward he have to make sure that when they come forward something happens. uh-huh Sharon to honey is director of the time Legal Defense Fund created to support people bringing metoo cases. She says legal help is unaffordable for many paramedics housekeepers and waitresses. The fund is now fighting one hundred sixty six harassment cases in court to hotties retaliation is a factor in nearly all of them For Low wage workers that can look like shifts being cut being told there's no work for you Being assigned to shift that earns you less money or being outright fired hired. One thing that surprised to honey is how many of the accused are fighting back even filing their own lawsuits. That speaks to a strong and vocal Michael Backlash against me to take Jamie Marky. Mark is a successful video game and Animated Voice Actor K Dad. We're out scenic stealing marquee archy worked alongside Victor Medina who has his own fan following. How long have you been holding onto this? I think it's yours. After after numerous women came forward accusing Magnon sexual harassment. Marquis took to twitter in February. She posted her own account of Mignona grabbing her by the hair hair and harassing her eight years ago I found out that he had pulled the hair of at least half a dozen women that I knew and we had never discussed it. Fun and entertainment company investigated then fired Manana. His attorney did not respond to requests seeking comment in the nine months since the reaction mostly from meninas fans has been fierce. 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Mets "Fully Intent" On Trading Syndergaard

Mason & Ireland

03:31 min | 1 year ago

Mets "Fully Intent" On Trading Syndergaard

"Rival evaluators say they believe the mets are fully intent on dealing Noah syndergaard before the trade deadline quote. It's beyond listening said one. They want to move him so keep that in mind okay so noah syndergaard expected to move from the mets then maybe half an hour ago any Martino who covers the mets in New York for S. N. Y.. Says add the dodgers to the teams who have expressed interest in Noah syndergaard per sources. They have the players to get it done if they want. Now what's weird about that is syndergaard is a starting pitcher. He's cost controlled as for the next two seasons. You really don't need them this year but where he makes sense is next yes so here's the deal they've got kershaw obviously locked up for three more years. buehler's pre arbitration can't Amita they've got locked up but review is on a seventeen point nine million dollar qualifying offer he might win the Cy Young Award and he is going to be worth a lot on the open market. Richhill is thirty nine in a free agent very possible. They don't bring him back so it does make sense <hes> that they would lock up or trade for a guy who is locked up for multiple years and Noah syndergaard. They're looking at him. He's not had a great year but they're are probably looking at him and saying he's got great stuff. He's got electric stuff. He still has his fastball. He can be fixed. I like it if it doesn't prevent the dodgers for going after you to retain them over money. If money prevents them from retaining continue engine review the way he's been pitching this year that would bother me. Here's a here's the problem and he's on a one year deal which means he's an unrestricted free agent. I get it. I know how much again but you're not gonNA give him four years. He's GonNa give I'm four years. Maybe more than that somebody gave somebody gave Zach Cranky six and drank. He wasn't even coming off the CY. Young reused GONNA be coming off the site yet the dodgers that's the point he's coming off a CY young season. You're GonNa let money get in the way of giving you thirty. I always do two years old like I'm not being. I'm not paying a long gee. I know I'm GonNa let term get in the way somebody's GonNa give him four years and if I'm Andrew Friedman I'm not giving them for years. This is what held up cranky cranky. They said they would go five not six fix the diamondbacks went six and they let him walk would be very uncharacteristic for Andrew Friedman to give our guy four years. I mean okay and do it by and again. He's already thirty three years old and had some serious shoulder issue. I get that but he also has been their best pitcher this year. We've all seen throughout history that when he's healthy he's as talented as anybody. They have in the roster. Go ahead Greg. It was Kinda like when the Yank- when the Yankees signed signed to rookie Kuroda away from the dodgers he was pitching really well and he pitched really well for the Yankees afterwards too but it just was to a long time he was older. It just wasn't yeah they're playing and the other part of it is this you gotta pay an Andrew Friedman. I know because the one time I had him on the radio show he talked about it like you pay for future performance past performance and you have to kind of evaluate that when a guy is going to be thirty three to start the season next it's just me more just the idea of I feel like if you're the dodgers considering who you are as a franchise what your market value is the television situation that prevents a lot of your fans from actually seeing this team.

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Taking Stock of the U.N.’s Sustainable Development Goals

UN News

06:25 min | 1 year ago

Taking Stock of the U.N.’s Sustainable Development Goals

"Amita South Zia Alley Shabana Executive Secretary of the U._N.. Regional Commission for Africa and the Pacific or s cap has warned that the vast region of more than four billion people which she's responsible is set to miss all all of these seventeen sustainable development goals which underpin the twenty thirty agenda Miss Ellie Shabana was speaking to Connor Lennon from new avenues in New York where she's been taking part in the High Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development or the A._H._l.. P._F.. The main new end platform for monitoring the progress that countries are making towards the twenty thirty agenda The U._N.'s blueprint for ending poverty and preserving the planet the undersecretary-general began by outlining the message that she wants to get across during her time Oh you in headquarters I is of course <hes> for our region Asia Pacific about sixty percent of population fifty percent of the economy sources of Economic Growth Center of Innovation <hes> Technology Co.. Progress on the fourth and yet challenges in development and S._T._D.'s are still immense second message is the need and the value of regional cooperation to accelerate the progress on S._T._D.'s because without that if countries only work on their own. I don't think we can make now the latest S._D._G.. Progress Report for your region shows. That's the region is actually going. Nine backwards when it comes to some of the goals accent king water sanitation decent work economic growth and responsible consumption and production now. Why do you think the situation is so bad for those particular goals what because because scarcity because the pressure of urbanization cities and then also the management of resources environment that makes it or the situation worse as sustainable annable development also make the water situation worse? That's one second sustainable production assumption that also has to do with the behavior consumption behavior lifestyle with this increase Chris Welfare than to also can shoot more but what you could chew him is something that is actually not sustainable. Are you calling for funding in order to meet the S._T._D.'s we see it as investment like education location healthier basic infrastructure is investment. It costs yet from the budget but the benefits the multiplier ethic is significantly. If you don't have the money then you need also to provide solutions for some countries. Maybe the measure should start from the quite basic one like fiscal reform tax reform but that's needed advice you will be dependent eight has to be e channel to build the capacity whether you give the fish or whether you provide the means on how to get the fish. The report complains about lack of data like of effective data ray wised important. Important have more effective. If you don't have to did corrected that you cannot track progress you cannot also avoid actions to be taken going forward. We need also to build capacity the data capacity in this case that the office of the countries as well as the S._D._S. monitoring so has to go in the Asia Pacific Nick Disaster Report for two thousand nine is out. This is a year report it reveals that in the last two years disasters went beyond what the region had previously experience of probability intensity and shows that the increasing intensity and frequency of natural disasters in the region are closely interlinked with climate change environmental degradation in our region in particular there are these so-called for hotspots one <hes> related to this river basin area not only flooded but brown drought and then second is this ring fire because I come from country Indonesia where sits exactly in the middle of ring of fire occurrence of earthquake and then there is of sooner me and this kind of thing third is a drought the intensity of drought is also becoming more prevalent and drought is we equalit- slow onset disaster because overtime over long period of time this become such that worsening the tuition desertification. Vacation and things like that the fourth one is son and store because this somewhat also related for example but Australia part of Central Asia and number one is <hes> in the part of as a big islands wear the cyclone once it hits the impact is huge and of course Climate Change Sea Level Rise Twenty thirty is not far off right with talking about the twenty thirty agenda under we've already said that if nothing changes than the Asia Pacific region will fail to meet any of the seventeen goals now. Are you confident that the situation can be turned around that at least some of these goals can be met well we we have we have to start by being optimistic that we can turn things around thorough original plan from through Regional Corporation. One example is <hes> also through expertise our the work that we are doing using abilities so mapping out having early warning system a we've we work with countries on this policy policy suggestion or implication. What can we do to help the government so we hope that we can at least mitigate the

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"amita" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"amita" Discussed on KCRW

"The Helms bakery district. A historic Culver city landmark featuring home, furnishings artisans and eateries, located one block, east of the expo line retailers history and info at Helms bakery. District dot com. Amita. Sincerely, KCRW. I'm coming. Women with. Women. Common. Nick. What? Good. Unless. Two. Oh. One. One. You're rich and you're going to cause, you know, it don't matter. Anyway. You can. Oh, mass money. Money. It's a bitch girl, but you're going to fall 'cause, you know, it don't matter. Anyway, you can send, but it won't get you too fog. I don't know..

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"amita" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"amita" Discussed on KTOK

"With Susan G Komen we're committed to reducing US breast cancer deaths by half we're going to do it by twenty twenty six. Visit Komen dot org slash unacceptable. News to international happenings, always up to date on air and online at KT. Okay dot com. So Biden called Amita hill. Very sorry. Just don't believe you plums. Even dead. It's not enough. I'm gonna tell you what folks my analogy yesterday inviting had a statue the Democrats will be tearing it down and covering it up is already dedicated. Sunny, south Florida dead. So. You have to admit that was pretty clever fighting had a statue. I mean, if they're gonna tear down Kate Smith. There's no way by survive. Greetings, folks over line Friday are traditional ramp up to the end of the busy broadcast week. Eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two the only difference on Friday in any other day of the week as we don't screen..

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Justin Bieber, Morgan Stewart And Twitter discussed on Lori and Julia

Lori and Julia

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Justin Bieber, Morgan Stewart And Twitter discussed on Lori and Julia

"I remember when Justin Bieber said he was going to take a break from everything maybe stay off social media a little bit. He's changed his mind already. Well already. Yeah. And just to be on social media, and he's calling out e- presenter Morgan Stewart for some comments that she made about Justin bieber's performance with area. 'grande Coachella on Sunday. News that celerion. News update. Justin Bieber went on Twitter and said to Morgan Stewart saw video of rip Amita shreds saying I was lip synching. They played the song. And I just think over top it, regardless why spend your time tearing people down. It's people like you that are bullies at school that are making kids suicidal. Sensitive right

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Treating the microbiome, and a gene that induces sleep

Science Magazine Podcast

06:49 min | 2 years ago

Treating the microbiome, and a gene that induces sleep

"Napping that lethargic feeling is actually not triggered by the infection you're grappling with but your immune system i'm here with amita segal to talk about a gene that links sleep and immune function hey amita high i could you talk a little bit about the processes that regulate sleep the truth of the matter is that we understand very little about sleep we do know that it occurs with a twenty four hour rhythm is through kadian rhythm and that's driven by a clock biological clock that's within us we know that there's this other system called the homeo- static system and the homies static system is the system that ensures that you get enough sleep usually the two systems worked together to determine when sleep occurs but the home static system can sometimes override the circadian so you're up all night sleep in the morning even though you're doc is telling you to wake up we understand a lot about the circadian process we understand very little about the homeo- static process like what is it that makes us sleepy when b been awake for a long period of time how did your team approach isolating molecules that modulate sleep and wakefulness we developed several years ago a fly model for sleep and the reason we did that was because we wanted to really get at molecules in you know the genetics of sleep which is harder to pakelle in mammalian models in the fly lenders are beautifully to those types of approaches where you can just is the animal and then look for ones that have a baron see patterns what was your study trying to figure out that previous studies didn't address in previous studies we had found genes that affected sleep but for the most part we found that those genes were required for the animal to sleep with the one drivers of sleep so you couldn't like increase sleep above the normal sleep amount so what we wanted was you know what is the trigger would is there a gene that when you just increase it the animal will become speak and that's what we tried to do in this study right in your team was successful and identifying a single gene that induces sleep called nitty how are you able to isolate the specific gene so we basically took you know different genes across the whole genome and over expressed them like you know increase levels of those in adult neurons and we find that when we turn on this gene so that it then makes makes protein the animals sleep and no other gene from the twelve thousand or so that we tested did that so what normally triggers the expression of this gene normally it turns out that when be animal has very high need to sleep like if the animal has been awake all night or if the animal is sick during sickness you know you'll need to sleep increases 'cause leap is restorative is the sleep induced from this protein any longer deeper or different than normal sleep it is deeper and longer so what happens when we increase expression of this molecule duration of each episode is increased saying they're sleeping more but they're also sleeping in a better consolidated fashion so each episode of sleep is longer deeper sleep is actually referring to the arouse ability so we find that when you over express this molly if you increase levels of this molecule that is harder to wake the flies up how exactly does this jane promotes sleep in fruit flies so this particular protein it turns out to be an immune molecule and it is produced in in peripheral tissues right in the body and it actually kill bacteria but normally you don't even think if these proteins is being in the brain will do they are and this particular molecule gets turned on in the brain and it gets turned on in the brain in very few sows like probably just to cells and what he does is act to the normal known scape circuitry as in the neurons that normally affect sleep we don't know how it does it but it seems to be connecting to that circuitry so at addition to the immune benefits from inducing sleep it also has other properties that help it boost the immune system it is also promoting immune function and so we think that that when be animal is sick it has a twofold function on the one hand it's killing the bugs on the other hand it's increasing sleep both of which are hand helping the animal recover from the infection so it was the most exciting part of this discovery being of the very fact that we could get a molecule that would trigger sleep was really exciting for us the fact that it was secreted was also really exciting because the sleep field has long believed in the idea that there are secreted molecules that can increase sleep so many many years ago these experiments done where people sleep deprived sheep and goats and then they took their cerebrospinal fluid and put it into animals that had been allowed to sleep and they injected animals became sleepy they basically were transmitting sleepiness from one animal to the other by just taking fluids secreted molecules have there been any other genes discovered that are similar to this gene you found in fruit flies people have tried a lot over the years to figure out what it is that transmits that seeping from animal to animal and it's unclear i mean for wild people putt that it might be the molecule called dennis scene which is a breakdown product of energy utilization but beef exa for damascene on sleep ready restricted to certain parts of sleep in certain areas of the brain but importantly some of the molecules that have been implicated our immune molecules one of the reasons us fruit flies is because it's easier to isolate the genes that in mammalian models but what would be a potential approach to figuring out if a gene like this exists in humans there are similar classes of molecules in mammals anti microbial peptides molecules that kill bacteria so for starters what i would do is work with the mouse or arrack model and inject them with different anti microbial peptides that are normally made in those mice and rats and see if they can induce sleepiness thanks so much mita thank you megan amita

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"amita" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"amita" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"Of the metoo. He must tell the store the way it happened if Dana was to leave. Out the Connor video. Connor Lieven handcuffs deal with the DA before the judge people would have come out accurately the way I'm saying and said, hey, he didn't tell the story, right? But Secondly, they would have said always trying to protect his golden goose. He doesn't wanna tell the story because he loves Connor, Dana can't win for losing in this situation. Let them tell the story the way it happened, and that's the way it happened now for you. Do you almost take it? Okay, like Connor couldn't get the job done. Of course he's not American, but I'm going to beat the Russian on behalf of America because he couldn't beat the Russian view that way or no, of course, your fate or the set. I don't know if I've used it that way, but I, I like the store line. I'm not against I run with that this week. Say that guy. The biggest couldn't be the Russian. I'm going to do this. Thank you. Run with it. You're probably doing a lot of night today. Right? You think you, you'll lose it, but just do. I seem like a guy I when it comes to I've just gear. I just wanted to know if you thought about like a I go around here. Hey, Cheo maybe can move up the. Card on core, your own main events from now on like that. Like like, like I need, I maybe I'm the guy that gives ideas they're very well, but I appreciate it from you. You know, it's really nice seeing you, but it is. I miss you gotta. See you two days a guy. No, we've really build a bit of a friendship. Do you think that that's like legit or do you think it's just like work like once the cameras on? Are you like you not want anything to do with me where they extended a hug too. When you left on Saturday, if you know, but I didn't feel and I'm not a big hugger. It wasn't reciprocated like hugger you are. I'm not. I don't. I don't think you realize how big of a deal that hug. Was that gesture? Well, I appreciate it very kind of. Thank you. I am a hugger, so thank you. I get the sense that our friends at his PM like our co workers are pulling for you on Saturday, but I just want to be honest with you right now, I'm not pulling for you on Saturday. Go on, but you know why I have the fog or why you would admit it. I can't. I'm a journal. Oh, okay. That's bias. That's up. There cheering for you as much as I love you. I just don't want you to be hurt journalist. Yeah, degree in journalism. But you see yourself as journalist, I mean, doesn't that make me journalists media. Made a member? No. But to your point, but I don't know that I win the argument on this because I do think I get that we need to be unbiased. If you're calling a fight to fight for predicts. I don't even like giving a percentage in I do give them. I mean, they in my in your role, you can't is the host, but in my role is color. Yes, I can. But there is a part of me, the feels that's wrong. There was a little hard Amita thinks that's wrong in that role behind that desk collecting that, hey, this is these guys is night. Sure. Don't let me overstep my bounds while. So you feel like there's a distinction between media member journalists. I thought if I brought it up without having to articulate it, I could at least hurt your feeling. Yeah. Now I feel like from you now you I knew respect. I do respect you, but sometimes I do think that you, you believe your a journalist and you are a man of integrity..

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"amita" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"amita" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"Of the metoo. He must tell the store the way it happened if Dana was to leave. Out the Connor video. Connor Lieven handcuffs deal with the DA before the judge people would have come out accurately the way I'm saying and said, hey, he didn't tell the story, right? But Secondly, they would have said always trying to protect his golden goose. He doesn't wanna tell the story because he loves Connor, Dana can't win for losing in this situation. Let them tell the story the way it happened, and that's the way it happened now for you. Do you almost take it? Okay, like Connor couldn't get the job done. Of course he's not American, but I'm going to beat the Russian on behalf of America because he couldn't beat the Russian view that way or no, of course, your fate or the set. I don't know if I've used it that way, but I, I like the store line. I'm not against I run with that this week. Say that guy. The biggest couldn't be the Russian. I'm going to do this. Thank you. Run with it. You're probably doing a lot of night today. Right? You think you, you'll lose it, but just do. I seem like a guy I when it comes to I've just gear. I just wanted to know if you thought about like a I go around here. Hey, Cheo maybe can move up the. Card on core, your own main events from now on like that. Like like, like I need, I maybe I'm the guy that gives ideas they're very well, but I appreciate it from you. You know, it's really nice seeing you, but it is. I miss you gotta. See you two days a guy. No, we've really build a bit of a friendship. Do you think that that's like legit or do you think it's just like work like once the cameras on? Are you like you not want anything to do with me where they extended a hug too. When you left on Saturday, if you know, but I didn't feel and I'm not a big hugger. It wasn't reciprocated like hugger you are. I'm not. I don't. I don't think you realize how big of a deal that hug. Was that gesture? Well, I appreciate it very kind of. Thank you. I am a hugger, so thank you. I get the sense that our friends at his PM like our co workers are pulling for you on Saturday, but I just want to be honest with you right now, I'm not pulling for you on Saturday. Go on, but you know why I have the fog or why you would admit it. I can't. I'm a journal. Oh, okay. That's bias. That's up. There cheering for you as much as I love you. I just don't want you to be hurt journalist. Yeah, degree in journalism. But you see yourself as journalist, I mean, doesn't that make me journalists media. Made a member? No. But to your point, but I don't know that I win the argument on this because I do think I get that we need to be unbiased. If you're calling a fight to fight for predicts. I don't even like giving a percentage in I do give them. I mean, they in my in your role, you can't is the host, but in my role is color. Yes, I can. But there is a part of me, the feels that's wrong. There was a little hard Amita thinks that's wrong in that role behind that desk collecting that, hey, this is these guys is night. Sure. Don't let me overstep my bounds while. So you feel like there's a distinction between media member journalists. I thought if I brought it up without having to articulate it, I could at least hurt your feeling. Yeah. Now I feel like from you now you I knew respect. I do respect you, but sometimes I do think that you, you believe your a journalist and you are a man of integrity..

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Rebecca Corral, Cancer and Europe discussed on KCBS Radio Afternoon News

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

01:09 min | 2 years ago

Rebecca Corral, Cancer and Europe discussed on KCBS Radio Afternoon News

"It is being called an extraordinarily rare case but at. Happened four people who received organ transplants from one donor all developed breast cancer KCBS is Rebecca corral has more. It's just coming out now, but it was two thousand seven when a fifty three year old woman in Europe with no known medical condition, suffered a stroke and died doctors round, the usual tests on her body a full physical, including abreast, check ultrasounds of the abdomen and heart and there were no signs of any cancer. So her lungs, kidneys heart and liver were donated to four separate patients about sixteen months. I believe for the first case to show up about six years for the last case to show up UCSF transplant surgeon sang-mock hang says all four organ recipients developed breast cancer three died and one had the kidney removed, wet off Amita suppression medication started, dialysis and chemotherapy, and survived are cancers that are just too small to detect and that may have already spread cancer transmission? Unfortunately, the reality of transplantation. It's very low risk probably on the order of one thousand low enough odd. Does that make the risk of transplantation, a good bet for most recipients who face certain death without a new

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"amita" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

06:55 min | 2 years ago

"amita" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"I mean, a lot of people in the Amita. They're surprised at how young she looks at hold. I looked. But that's because I don't know. She's just got that magic about that keeps herself looking healthy and better. But I do know something about the truth about what's going on with cancer and cancer diagnosis. It's not always an immediate death sentence. Now, it was before have you heard of somebody getting cancer? It was a it was a death sentence. But it's not because well, we have different types of ideas. Now genetic type of working we have medicine that's experimental. We have western medicine, we have eastern medicine, and we see that lives can be saved with natural things like nutrition and taking care of one's body in ph and that sort of thing, and then we also see that in that regard lives are saved but complications from things like chemotherapy, for example, and equality of life after using chemotherapies, not always, well, it's most definitely not easy. too much. For your free quote. Call eight hundred seventy one forty eight hundred eighty that's eight hundred seven two one forty eight hundred eighty eight hundred seventy one forty eight eighty or go to selectquote dot com. Since one thousand nine hundred eighty five we shop you save. about cancer. I don't know how you even..

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"amita" Discussed on Cults

Cults

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"amita" Discussed on Cults

"SRI motagim had graduated to a full blown God complex a delusion. Her disciples supported one such disciple, a Swiss man named Gregoire. DeKalb Burma -tan referred to SRI montage, montages OSA premised one and her holiness in his book, the advent an official novel about Suhaya yoga written with the approval of SRI Mottaki. Sahadra yogis would prey to a shrine of SRI Matanga in their homes about once a day in the evenings would soak their feet in warm salt water and place. Lemons and chilis under their beds all to ward off evil spirits and negative energy, SRI motagim denounced these threats to her disciples as Tanti Cas or occultist who use spirits to gather information on those around them. Those especially vulnerable to Tatras were the hypocrites, the promiscuous and the wealthy. In fact, many of the threats were against the wicked influence of corrupt western. Ideals and false gurus like rush niche. What made SRI Matangi? So effective as a cult leader was the way she instilled a familial bond between herself enter disciples, perhaps remembering her childhood role as head of the house stream at Tonge. Header disciples referred to each other as brothers and sisters. She called them her children, and in turn, they would call her mother. It should come as no surprise that several of the Suhaya yogis had dysfunctional relationships with their own families. In his interview with the disciple named Amita, she said of her family quote, my mother was a hot tempered dried up woman with little human sympathy or kindness and quote. In contrast, Amita described SRI motagim as the cloud that gives rain to everyone in nineteen Eighty-four SRI motagim held a seminar in Bombay. There were about three hundred local Suhaya yogis at about sixty four Haji yogis and attendance. This seminar star. Did the same as every future seminar would a foreign Suhaya Yogi appeared before the audience to denounce India's present in favor of its spiritual past. This would segue into how Shree Matangi would protect them from evil outside forces she styled herself after the Hindu goddess Durga, a multi armed goddess who wielded ten weapons, the goddess who rescued Sita from Ravana the king of demons. The implications says ca-car was that SRI motagim was the protective mother shielding her children from all evil. The foreign disciples were easy to spot among the crowd. SRI motagim made them wear white Kurt pajamas made from khadi the same material. Her parents for these Kurt pajamas would turn red as the foreign Suhaya yogis. Nell at the feet of Shri. Montage at the end of every seminar, the lights are turned low. The disciples are asked to shut their eyes and stretch out their hands toward SRI montage. She coaxes them with their resonating voice quote, I am your mother leave all your problems and worries in my lap become thoughtless, concentrate all your attention on me and quote, SRI motagim would then shift gears to talk about the vibrations. She repeatedly intoned hypnotic suggestions to her disciples. Could they feel how heavy their hands were getting? Could they feel the cool sensation at their fingertips to drive the point home, SRI motagim blew into the microphone as she implored her disciples. To relax and wait for the breeze. SRI motagim remedied any skepticism using 'isolation and shaming tactics. She would light an oil lamp and those who said they could not feel the vibrations were forced to open their eyes and stare into the fire. This was her version of the i. fixated technique used in hypnosis. The intense focus would create a report with the fire and with SRI Mottaki who always made sure to position herself behind the oil lamp when reciting her spiel. According to ca-car quote because of the emotional pressures created in a group setting the tendency to identify with the experience of other group members and the intense desire to please the leader only a handful of people hold out against the power of suggestion and quote, SRI Matanga introduced Suhaya yoga to Europe, Australia, and North America, and the nineteen eighty s in January nineteen Eighty-six shrimp..

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"amita" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"amita" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"From the WBZ newsroom beers Jim Phillips this is WBZ news eighty-five degrees partly sunny. In New Bedford man. With a long criminal record now has more charges to address rap sheet forty two year old. Tim, Alameda was arrested today for his role in a shooting Monday morning at. Purchasing Grenell streets police say a man and woman were fired upon while, driving in that area both. Suffering non-life-threatening injuries detectives assigned to the investigation later secured a search warrant Brown meters cushion avenue appointment Amita was arrested today and charged with two. Counts of armed assault on the tend to commit murder assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and other firearms violations police say a has a nearly eighty court arraignment since one. Thousand nine hundred ninety four and served eight years. In prison for two thousand and two manslaughter conviction city of. New Bedford, is announcing more mosquito spraying This, week the Bristol County mosquito control, program will carry out the sprang Thursday morning August night from two am to summarize the ground sprang will. Target areas around city. Parks in the downtown area the health department also advising residents living around those areas to close. Their, windows the evening before the sprain Massachusetts department of public health distributing six. Million dollars in funding to one hundred eighty two communities over the next, four years to implement tobacco. Control and prevention programs the Bedford health officials have received ninety thousand of that money to continue its tobacco control work in the city and six. Surrounding towns you bet for grants auditor Stephanie Harrington Sloan tells WBZ SM news the grand doesn't include funding for so-called sting operations allow for some funding for the coordinator to hire. Them you will be able to go to men's and Try to buy cigarettes Harrington Sloan says those stores. And clerks found to be. Selling cigarettes to minors we'll have to. Undergo training and pay a fine state lawmakers recently passed into law a Bill that raises the legal age. To buy tobacco products from eighteen to twenty one In sports the Red Sox back in. Action tonight in Toronto WB SMS coverage begins at six twenty with the pre-game show the first pitch at seven oh seven time now for the updated forecast. From the ABC, six weather center forecast for tonight slight chance of an, isolated thunderstorm, after midnight still really muggy tonight temperatures. In the seventies tomorrow, humid not quite, as hot, because a little bit more cloud cover. And a real good chance of storms late in the afternoon so? The rainfall heavy at times temperatures in the mid to upper eighties very. Daytime highs from the ABC six weather center I'm chief meteorologist Jeff new Bedford's news talk station fourteen twenty WBZ FM eighty five degrees I'm Jim Phillips WB SMU's how.

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"amita" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"amita" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"I can't e road i can't believe you didn't mention the eye cloud capabilities of i work you said that sharing collaboration with pc's irs is the biggest downfall of our work but in my opinion the feature that you actually don't need pages on your pc at work in the and the browser fixes us and you know you can run pages in the browser it's kind of a weird experience because we're used to things like google docs where it's kind of a scaled down word processor and clearly something written for the web whereas apple's take on the stuff as they try to make it almost looks like a mac up and as always kind of weird when you see it on a pc running in the browser i don't have occasion to use this very often so i it just didn't really kurt amita talk to it very much but that is a good feature on a lot of people like it and if you find yourself occasionally on a pc you can log into your cloud accounting run these apps which is kinda nice all right what's next well what are you playing with this month katie fluey well it's not so much playing with this month it's something that i got back at christmas time but i realized i hadn't really talked about it on mp you and it's something that i'm using more and more so i thought it was time to to talk about it and it falls into the whole home kit ecosystem and i got a smart lock for my house at christmas and it was something that i it was one of those things where i kind of went back and forth and go gosh do i really want a smart log on my house because you know it's the lock to my house do i you know it's kind of one of those things that makes you think about it a little bit i had a police officer told me once you have that locks keep out the the the honest crooks.

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"amita" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"amita" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Amita in sickness and in health all right it is two thirty on the phone with us as kevin cronin from reo speedwagon we had that press conference from texas we're short on time but i just want to mention real quick the other night you played sammy hagar's charity benefit in san francisco and you played you sang with the grateful dead is that right i got to sing a song with bob weir of the grateful dead onstage at the fillmore west so that was just and it just happened real organically he he started playing the song and and i recognize it from from playing the the the clubs on lincoln avenue in chicago and i i just knew the harmony part song called friend of the devil and so that got me an introduction to bob and we hit it off and yeah it was it was a pretty amazing night a lot a lot of great music and you know for great charity of well i i love that i'm sorry we're short on time but are you coming to town a day early when you're at the allstate arena on sunday june twentyfourth that is a good question i would have to consult with my superior to find out exactly what i do like if i can't get there early i i always do which is a great thing good jerry how are you.

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"amita" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"amita" Discussed on WGN Radio

"My amita in sickness and in health was just reading a story in the times today parking meter deal keeps getting worse for the city we're talking about this the other day not on the air but just how the city in order to make some cash in a hurry sold the rights to things like the tolls or the parking meters what else did we sell the rights to we sold the parking meters and and oh shoot a couple of other items that you thought i know didn't get some cash upfront but i don't think this is a good idea here's france spielman story in the sand times chicago's parking meter system raked in one hundred thirty four point two million dollars last year last year we paid one hundred thirty four million dollars in in meters putting private investors on a pace to recoup their entire one point one six billion dollar investment by twenty twenty one with sixty two years to go on the lease four underground city owned parking garages took in thirty four million and twenty seventeen while the privatized chicago skyway there it is generated ninety nine point nine million dollars in cash separate audits of those assets show not a penny of those revenue revenues once a mainstay for city government went to ease the avalanche of tax increases imposed by mayor rahm emanuel to solve the city's thirty six billion dollar pension crisis we have these cash cows those parking meters and somebody said hey i'll give you a billion dollars for them you go billion dollars i'll take a billion dollars and then somebody should attack those people on the shoulder and said hey yeah but you can make one hundred million dollars a year on those so billion right now is cool but think of all the money are gonna lose when that money is spent and we spent that money right away most of it on sodas and snacks we took a billion dollars that's gone and now a hundred million dollars every year is coming and going and we're not getting it in in twenty twenty one twenty let's see what was the twenty twenty one they will have that entire billion dollar investment paid off and then it's all cash for the.

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"amita" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"amita" Discussed on WGN Radio

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