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"amy dreamed" Discussed on The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg

The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg

05:03 min | 3 months ago

"amy dreamed" Discussed on The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg

"Investor. That I will bear to faith and allegiance to the scene that I. Take this obligation freely about any mental reservation or purpose of evasion, and that I will well and fully discharge the duties of the Office on which I am about to enter. So help me God help me God so God. Welcome to the youth I'm Chuck Rosenberg and I am honored to be your host for another compelling conversation with a fascinating guests from the world of public service this week. My guest is has the highest ranking woman in F. B. I. History. Amy Grew up in Jeffersonville Indiana a small town just across the Ohio River from Louisville Kentucky as a child. Amy Dreamed of being an astronaut. She studied `aeronautics astronautical engineering at purdue. Amy is a rocket scientist, but poor eyesight dashed her NASA dreams instead. Amy Got her start in the FBI as As a special agent in Kansas City working violent crime cases, she was one of the first agents in her office to be part of a new evidence response team, and won her first assignments as part of that team was to Oklahoma City, because of the horrific domestic terrorism attack on the Murrah Federal. Building in Nineteen ninety-five. Amy Rose through. FBI RANKS TO RUN THE MEMPHIS AND LOUISVILLE field offices, and to run to large divisions at headquarters where she oversaw FBI technology in one job and the FBI's criminal and cyber work in another. Today she is back home as the Chief of Public Safety for Louisville Kentucky where she manages several vital city agencies and they'll retired from the FBI. Amy Continues to serve Amy Hess welcome to the oath. Thank you great to be here well. It's great to be Anura. Town Louisville Kentucky welcomed local. You grew up right across the Ohio River in Jeffersonville Indiana now. I did suburb of level located right across the Ohio. River, so tell me about that. Jeffersonville is a great place to grow up. I had a I think basically idyllic childhood. I went to Jeffersonville, high school public school. Yes I was fortunate enough to grow up on the end of cold sack, surrounded by neighborhood, full of boys who like to play football and baseball and basketball, and all those things and my dad was lawyer..

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"amy dreamed" Discussed on The Dream Detective

The Dream Detective

12:25 min | 8 months ago

"amy dreamed" Discussed on The Dream Detective

"I'm your host and this is episode. Nineteen welcome dreamers before we start this episode. I like to take a moment to acknowledge what's going on in the world right now. I happen to live in Seattle. One of the city's that's most affected by the corona virus. The state governor has ordered schools statewide to shut down for the next month. People are working from home whenever possible. The governor has also ordered that any events or gatherings of over two hundred and fifty people be cancelled in fact the bookshop that I work with just announced that all events for the month of March will be canceled. I'd like us to take a moment and imagine sending light and healing to this planet and all its inhabitants. Let's also send some special light to the healthcare workers that put their own lives at risk to help others and while it's important to take precautions. Wash our hands. Wipe things down with alcohol and minimize outings whenever possible. Let's also remember not to let fear get the best of us. What if this time is meant to be used to go within and really make contact with our intuition and inner guidance to help us through this. What if it's a window of opportunity to slow down the pace of life and connect with our own creativity and truest self? This is my game plan for now. I'm only human too and fear. Does its best to rear its head but I think the more of us that embrace our spiritual side the more we will have a positive effect on the healing of this crisis and the collective consciousness. In fact. I'll give you an example. Last night I went a little too far down the Internet rabbit holes of research and reading about this epidemic then. I had a dream that I was about to get in my car and somebody came up from behind and held a gun to my back. I tried to scream and it woke me up. I know that this is because life as I have known. It feels like it's under threat. My most significant forms of income are being dramatically impacted by the current events. And when I fill my head with all the scary thoughts it affects my dreams my consciousness and my quality of life but rather than be consumed by the fear. I constantly try to shift my focus to new ways and possibilities for things to work out. I have no idea how they will work out. But I'm doing my best to put my faith in the divine and am also asking for help from any of the higher powers that be so to do my part in taking action to open up for new possibilities. I'd like to ask for your support of this show if you can. I've mentioned my Patriot page in some of the previous episodes but usually try to keep it pretty quick as I actually feel pretty sheepish asking listeners for things like that but right now. I'm going to swallow a piece of humble pie and take this moment to ask that if you like this show and if you feel guided to support it financially. I hope you'll consider going to my patriot page and becoming a member or even donating via the pay pal. Donate Button on the podcast page of the dream. Detective DOT COM. I put a lot of work not only into this show but into coming up with the various levels of membership on Patriot on and each level or tier as they call it includes some kind of benefit like membership to my private online dream group or being able to submit questions to be considered for future show guests. There are many other benefits as well. And I hope you'll check them out at Patriotair DOT COM FORWARD SLASH. The dream detective. And if you can't afford to support it financially please. Share the show on Social Media. All Forms of support have my deepest gratitude and now on with the show today. We're going to pick up where we left off in episode eighteen by looking at some of the more unique dreams that don't necessarily fit the common relationship related dream themes we looked at in the previous episode to see what they have to say and how they can help us understand our relationships. The I dream is from Timothy who shared his dream with me in a somewhat casual setting. Yet it's amazing how much we were able to uncover from the dreams message despite this. I think it's fun to hear the dream in a guy's voice and since I don't have a recording of timothy a fellow podcastone was kind enough to read it for us. His name is Jeremy Barker and he hosts the back row talk. Show podcast of variety show that tries to hit every topic with every style of guest. I'll put a link in the show notes to Jeremy's podcast. If you WANNA check it out now let's hear Timothy's dream as read by Jeremy. I have this dream where I'm on the edge of a cliff and there is a man hanging from it by justice fingers. I feel bad saying this but I actually really wanted him to fall so I step on his fingers trying to get him to fall any does now. I feel bad and I think I should go check on him. I all the way down. This Canyon to check on him is sort of wander around trying different directions. Then I come upon an office and there. He is sitting behind a desk in some kind of uniform. It feels like he is some kind of military official in a foreign land. Definitely not the United States. Because it's a foreign land. I feel like I don't know the rules. I also noticed that often the distance. There's a pretty woman but I don't know who she is. It's like I keep wanting her to be front and center in front of the camera so to speak but that never happened next. I noticed that the man in the uniform has a gun and I realize I am in danger so I tried to get away in assessing my options. I think if I go this way it won't work in another direction. There's a clear field. I try a few more directions trying not to get shot. Then I hear a shot and I wake up so if you had to guess would you think that this dream is about a relationship on the surface? It appears to be more like a military movie but hang onto your cameras. Here's what we got by working with this stream. I looked at the actions of the dream and summarized them back to Timothy by saying in the dream. There's someone you want to get rid of but then when you do you feel bad about it so you go to check on them and make sure they're okay and that's when you realize it's actually you that's endanger upon hearing this. Timothy had an Aha Ha moment. He shared with me that at the time of the dream he had just received a call from an ex girlfriend. She wanted to get back together but he did not. He said he was really concerned. About getting. Talked into reconciling because the relationship had been so unhealthy for him. When they were together he told me that what I reflected back to him. Pretty much summarized their relationship and the current situation wanting the other person to fall in the dream was symbolic of his desire to release his ex-girlfriend feeling bad about it afterwards and like he'd better go check on. The person was symbolic of his concern for her mixed. With some unmerited feelings of guilt no one should ever feel guilty for letting go of someone who's toxic and unhealthy to be in a relationship with. He mentioned his concern that she might talk him into getting back together. Which would be an over focus on her desires and a lack of self preservation and care for himself in the dream when Timothy got to the bottom of the cliff. Instead of finding the person who fell he came upon a man with a gun and realized he was endanger this mirrors. The relationship dynamic with the ex girlfriend were out of his over concern for the other person he tries to help but then the tables are turned and suddenly. He's the one in danger. I pondered Wyatt was a man hanging from the edge of the cliff and also a man in the military office. Since the person he'd been in a relationship with was a woman so I asked Timothy if this ex girlfriend had a lot of masculine energy his eyes got big and he nodded his head vehemently and said Oh yes. He described her as very critical and often picking fights with him unnecessarily. The gun was symbolic of her hostility towards him and the threat that this posed to him emotionally. I asked if perhaps he thought that the pretty woman off in the distance whom he wished could be more front and center might represent the site of this woman to whom he was attracted not even necessarily only physically but emotionally and personality wise and I wondered if he wished that this side of her could be more front and center or in front of the cameras so to speak and present with him rather than her aggressive side. He said that fit very accurately. I listened to the metaphors and the words people use when telling dream when Timothy was trying to find a way out and away from the man with the gun he said I feel like I'm in foreign territory and I don't know the rules. I Echo those words back to him and asked if they were relevant to the relationship any way lake may being with her. He never felt like he knew the rules of the relationship and again he nodded vigorously in the dream. He also said if I go this way. It won't work and in another direction. There's a clear field. The way that wouldn't work Timothy fell was the path of getting back together with her and the clearfield was the path that he could choose by opting out of the relationship. He had already decided not to get back together with this woman but if there were any doubts for example if the pretty woman off in the distance sight of her came to the forefront even for a moment he has now only to remember this dream and its message to understand fully how he would be putting himself in danger emotionally and risk falling back into a hostile relationship by doing so. Thank you Timothy for allowing me to share your dream with the listeners. And thank you to Jeremy for reading it. Part of the purpose of this episode is to show you how unique dreams can be. So now we're going to do a one hundred eighty degree turn and hear a dream with a completely different feel to it. This one is from amy. And it's about one of TV's famous property brothers. Jonathan Scott who by the way turns nightmare houses into dream homes. And he's pretty dreamy himself. If I do say so. And if I had a nickel for every dream I've ever heard about Jonathon. Let me tell you I would have a pile of Nichols since. Amy didn't want to use her own voice. I was fortunate enough to have a professional voice over artist actor and fellow podcast or named Jackie. Ten till oh narrate. Amy's dreams Jackie's podcast is called should have listened to my mother and in it..

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"amy dreamed" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"amy dreamed" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So black and white as that. Simply because in the process of trying to set the Senate. She tile factory out. I've learned so much about manufacturing sanitize, which I'm going to take food in my work. So no the outcome wasn't what I was looking for. But then that's life. Isn't it? Looking back. You did make a few mistakes. Do you think you are naive to try something like this? Oh, no iw. Not naive. I think I think you know, if you don't dream big never going to really create something incredibly if I didn't dream that this could happen. Nothing. Nothing would have happened in. I wouldn't be doing what I'm doing so naive to the extent that I had no idea what I was getting into. But you know, there's no rule book for me saying that you can't do anything you very boldly. But you also very brave admit your mistakes, not many people do that. Well, you know, I didn't think anything wrong with making mistakes. I think it's a really great thing. I mean, that's how we learn said a project that has ended what's happening next. Well through the learning curve of trying to setup Saturday. We have now found inside of material in Europe and Sheena in Europe. And from this hub, we are going to be able to supply Micra factories to different parts of the world was huge interesting. Kenya? One factories going to the slums in Kibera one of the things that's coming up from Mr. maracas work, original inventor is a lot of the people who for raw material from him have not run out need a supplier. And so I've said I will supply those people. So we're about supply a couple of factories in Uganda. So Amy's dream might yet become a reality only time will tell but we're going to leave her there because Amy's attempts to solve this problem had an unexpected consequence that headed in a completely different direction. You see before the factory even started. I'd written about Amy for the BBC and being with her on her research. Does that way that article was read by Jamie Hampton, an author and women's health activists? Hey, jenny. Can you hear me? Hello, I'm here. And that in turn has had consequences for hundreds of young girls across the world in Malawi, just perhaps not the consequences. You might expect. When I heard about Amy story, I majorly felt quite ashamed. The I've been working in women's health for thirty years mainly in Africa. I'm woman not daughters, and I'd never thought about periods. So Amy inspired me to go and look at what was happening in Africa. She couldn't touch with a meat and was put in touch with other people who wanted to start projects and Africa and set off an effect. Finding mission is Imbaba way Malawi and most of them were using rags when they had their period with a few using single use sanitary pads when they could afford them. And at that point seemed like the way forward was the machines from India the sanitary pad machines that Amy had tried to get working Saturday refugee camp, but important the machines and materials who's going to be too expensive. She looked alternates including using banana leaves and washable pads which could be reused. And then while I was in Malawi, I met the go God. And they said have you heard of menstrual cups? Now, if you don't know what they are. Let me explain invented in the US in.

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"amy dreamed" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"amy dreamed" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Not so black and white as that. Simply because in the process of trying to set the Senate tile factory. I've learned so much about manufacturing sanity tiles, which I'm going to take food in my work. So no the outcome wasn't what I was looking for. But then that's life. Isn't it? Looking back. You did make a few mistakes. Do you think you're naive to try something like this nobles? Not naive. I think I think you know, if you don't dream, then you never can really create something incredibly if I didn't dream this could happen. Nothing. Nothing would have happened in. I wouldn't be doing what I'm doing so naive to extend had no idea what I was getting into. But you know, there's no rulebook me saying that you can't do anything you very boldly. But you also very brave admit your mistakes, not many people do that. Well, you know, I didn't think anything wrong with making the stakes. I think it's a really great thing. I mean, that's how we learn said a project that has ended what's happening next. Well through the learning curve of trying to setup Saturday. We have now found our ties of material in Europe and machinery in Europe. And from this hub, we are going to be able to supply microphone trees to different parts of the world was huge interest in Kenya. One is going to the slums in Berra. One of the things that's coming up from Mr. Moore. Because what the inventor is a lot of the people who for raw material from him. And now have run out need a supplier. And so I've said I will supply those people. So we're about supply a couple of factories in Uganda. So Amy's dream might yet become a reality only time will tell but we're going to leave her there because m is attempt to solve this problem. Had an unexpected consequence that headed in a completely different direction. You see before the factory even started. I'd written about Amy for the BBC and being with her on a research trip. Does that really that article was read by Johnny Hampton, an author and women's health activists? Hey, jenny. Can you hear me? Hello, I'm here. And that in turn has had consequences for hundreds of young girls across the world in Malawi, just perhaps not the consequences. You might expect. When I heard about Amy story. I may be felt quite shamed. The I've been working in women's health for thirty years mainly in Africa. And I'm a woman and I've got daughters, and I never thought about periods. So Amiens five me to go and look at what was happening in Africa. She couldn't touch with Amy and was put in touch with other people who wanted to start projects and Africa and set off an effect finding mission Imbaba Malawi and most of them were using racks when they had their period with a few using single use Senator pads when they could afford them. And at that point seemed like the way forward was the machines from India the sanitary pad machines that Amy tried to get working Saturday refugee camp, but importing the machines and materials who's going to be too expensive. She looked at alternatives, including using banana leaves and washable pads which could be reused. And then while I was in Malawi, I met the go God. Needs. And they said have you heard of menstrual cups?.

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"amy dreamed" Discussed on What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"amy dreamed" Discussed on What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

"They talk to our kids how we talk to our kids what fresh hell laughing in the face of motherhood, but Mike their bodyman going up the street. Like don't forget you need to retain her. And don't forget also you need to have your your shin guards, we leave with Margaret apples and Amy Wilson. I love my screen. So. A podcast, but Seoul's today's parenting dilemmas. So you don't have to know what you're up to you know, at a certain point. They get annoyed by the fact that you're trying to knowledge their feelings. Hello everyone. Welcome to this episode of the podcast. This is Margaret and this is Amy and this week. We're talking about changing how we talk to our kids, and we have a guest this week that I am really excited about Margaret guys if let's nurse of the podcast. You know, that Amy's dream has come true. Amy's Mick Jagger is on the podcast this week Amy's like pinnacle top of the mountain, my minus Madonna, but Amy's is a Wendy Mogo. Mine is Dr Wendy mogul. So she everybody's heard of her book the blessing of a skinned knee. If you haven't get it and read it she has another book called the blessing of a b minus also amazing and her latest book is called voice lessons for parents. What to say how to say it? And when the listen it's just out in paperback, and we're going to talk to her later in this episode. She's she's amazing. It's like I I went to the mountain and saw the guru guys. I'm back with Amy's back from the mountaintop guys. She's going to tell us with a girl who had to say, but we're going to talk. I yes. Therefore, right about what the girl did not think. So like you, and I usually like to talk about at first sort of wisest thing thing, we need to worry about how we talk to our kids. We talked to our kids how we talk to our kids was she would say that in twenty nineteen talking to our. Has become even more complicated. Okay. Here's a couple of reasons for that. I'm listening one is the pace of our lives. We're always tearing our kids to the next thing. Right, Bing, Bing, Bing, get in the car. Get in the car always being fifteen minutes late. And as she says in the interview, you'll hear one of the first questions she asks parents who are struggling with a kid so say to them what percentage of your communication with this kid is scolding hurrying. Correcting reprimanding says. Bob says. Yeah, I mean, we talked about this. She wrote an amazing article for the New York Times called should we treat our little boys. Like, we treat our dogs. And now we talked about that aren't you talking about it? And she says the same thing in the article like do you talk to your little boys like your dogs or do you say? Oh, yeah. And what a little confusing when we talked about it at first. But then this is the great example when you get out of a car trip the dog starts running around in circles like crazy and everyone's like, oh my God. Look good. You you're out of the car going, John? Every out of the car. But if we got out of a car like a gas station and our kid went like writing in. We'd be like, you know, better than to run in a gas station. How dare you until like that that is really clear to me like, oh, right? Like seeing the exuberance and slight craziness of our boys. As like look at how fun and crazy you are versus like every single second screaming at them. I feel like this is coming at a timely time for me just away with my kids for the weekend. And it was a lot of haranguing in yelling at them and twice. One of my sons was crying and was like 'cause you're mad at me. And I'm like, I gotta cut this out. I tend to be I think we've established already on the podcast a kind of over a thorough -tarian possibly, you know, you and I are alike in that way. I feel like yeah. Yeah. Just very much like which in some ways, I lean into because I feel like I understand the lake constantly yelling at our boys problem. But there is clearly a flip side which. Is that a lot of moms? I know are struggling with the thing of like, my boy is kind of rude to me and out of control. And I am too much their friend. And I'm always like you got to come down on that kid like at army sergeant she does say that that the rules of change demand. The book she makes the argument that the kids do tuck back to their parents and say snarky things that wouldn't have ruled when we were kids and sort of yet that you're right the rules of changed a little bit. But I will say later the rules have not changed that much in my house. Like, I am a hundred percent insane on the topic of being spoken to politely in my house like, and I have a ten year old boy and an eight-year-old boy, and they both are getting snarky. I raleigh. And you're an idiot. And I know you told me that already, and I shut it down all the time. And I feel like right now, I'm kind of locked in the same where my only interaction with my kid is stop talking to be that way. Stop talking to me that way. But at the same time. They have to stop talking to me that way. Yeah. I mean. Yes, this goes this goes both ways. Let's try to focus more on the the specs in our own is if you know what I'm saying like, yeah. Like our kids are snarky to us. And it drives us nuts. But we do as a human race us more snark and sarcasm I rolling in our communications with everybody. And if they're reflecting that not necessarily doing that to our kids, although we do sometimes, but like the world does that all the time. And so we do have to sort of model a different form

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"amy dreamed" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"amy dreamed" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Hey, amy. Dream deal sales event is literally happening right now where you can literally get great deals on certified pre-owned Honda's literally I don't trust that word anymore ever since my coworker. Jerry told me he could literally a thousand Meritas, that's literally impossible. But there is literally a Honda dream deal sales event happening right now and Honda is k b b dot com. Twenty eighteen best value brand seriously. Now's the time to get a great deal on a certified pre-owned Honda at your local Honda dealer based on two thousand eighteen brand image awards from Kelley blue book. Visit KP dot com. For information. Results may vary. Not a solicitation for legal services. If you owe the IRS back taxes payroll taxes or have not filed your returns, the IRS will get you. They can take your property. Take you to court even put you in jail with one call to wall, you'll never need to talk to the IRS again. Our average client settles for about ten percent of what is owed. We offer free face to face consultations in your local area. Call eight hundred seventy seven zero four three three that's eight hundred seven two seven zero four three three credit problems. Are no problem. At green light auto sales a job and a down payment. Still gets you the green light for a great car. Not only that. But your new set of wheels also comes with a twelve month twelve thousand mile powertrain warranty allowing you to drive away with confidence. And there's no high pressure at green light auto sales where you can enjoy a relaxed comfortable car buying experience. Green light auto sales on Lomas, east of Louisiana. Visit green light auto dot com. Green light auto sales where every sale gets the green light. Saturday October twentieth. What's new today on the free iheartradio app? Check out our podcast. Iheartradio presents inside the studio featuring a friend new episode with the legendary, Sir Paul McCartney..

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"amy dreamed" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"amy dreamed" Discussed on The Big 98

"Apply though does your dream i would never on hold you back from your dream do do but sit here gray recommend oh who would you raise john worried about interesting isn't about anything else get much going after doing what he wants to do in his life and that's what he wants to do some applying contracts i mean you really the way could sit here i that's not the point that talking about this the point was if you want to be on a reality show and you don't feel like you'll you'll regret not doing things more than you doing them all at some point like your inner being six years all i never went on survivor never went on what a state you'll regret not doing things more than your regret doing things in the wrong way we're doing badly he hasn't evaluate my dreams now what he wanted to do he had this can we had you have your dream amy's dream was to be a mom and to adopt and and she into move away and she didn't she moved north carolina for five years and we still do the show made it happen we built our studio should have north carolina for five years do we know what i found cleaning out some storage and i found a bagel picture you had made a vast blown up huge and everybody signed it am i going away party his body through me a going away party knowing all along the he was going to you i will offer me a job to stay on the shell you let me think i was leaving hold on here's what really happened oh really happened was they said amy's move north carolina's like i don't want to leave the show but i was in the mobile contract negotiation myself and i was like i will only stay of amy we build our studio north carolina she lived there for five you we wouldn't have done this before as far someone living in another step for five years we've shown any live north carolina and so we on the middle that process for sure okay but that's why and site dean dare go pilot were there there are far dan likely later like you're still part of the awesome was awesome rand elaborate coming in and thirty six.

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