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"calista" Discussed on Trinity Force Podcast
"By bt. He doesn't really like go with her identity. And it's not really to counter the enemy team but it's just it's just nice to have right But but i also want to add that items are just luxury like it's not just black and white like this item is luxury while this items luxury. It depends on the champ. So a couple of examples. I thought of right is If you for bt your. I said it's luxury on caitlyn. But if you're playing like ashore range damage dealer. That really wants the lifestyle survive upfront. Let's say ya so yo. A samir calista all examples. That'll be like a core item like second or third because it split their identity is or like Even male thornhill thought of always like they have grievous wounds and a diesel by thorny but if you're playing ravis his whole identity so like getting returning damage rate when they hit you so that could be considered a core adam. So it's kind of. It's not black and white. You just have to look at what are but as my champion. Wanna do and think about those things first and look at the enemy team and the categories can just mix and match essentially. I think I this is a really interesting discussion with these. These different topics are the a different item types. Civic the court situation on luxury items when it comes to utility support specifically because you're enabling your team right and you obviously need to be building Around the enemy team as well so like getting that thorne mail if they've got a bunch of helium that sort of thing but oftentimes you know what. I'm playing thrash shoes utility enabling support then most of the time. I'm going lock it. I because i've tried to keep people around me alive at get that shield as well as the passive but then my second is usually either nights vow or zeke's to either amp the damage of our carry on our team or You know provide that protection on on nights val. But i find this early fascinating discussion when it comes to that sort of. Because they're definitely games where i don't have given carry that i could really invest the damage amp or even the protection too like that's not going to be my biggest Reward in so. I may just go straight tank item on thrash so that i can just be maximum disruption. Get in their face and just throws many hooks possible die and so it's really cool angle when you think about a utility support. That's kind of different than most other roles that are trying to amp up there davidge and that sort of thing. That's a that's a really good point. Bring up And also that kind of makes it reminds me that a while core items are your..
"calista" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Well, your quiz unwatchable as he bears offense is there are a few good trends going into the Monday nighter and week 10 is they try to get out to six and four and snapped a losing streak. Bears or an underdog at home in tradition, home dogs as I told you a little earlier Where is tone Captain Jay Hood. Just before 10 and join the guys to go over some of the trends, the betting trends each and every Friday during the football season, they've been very good 12 and two coming into the week against the number that's really strong. Now the last couple of years. You know that advantage has not been as good as it has historically been in the NFL. You're actually you know, below the key. Percentage where you're not getting beat by the juice. I I think it's right. It's been right around 50%, actually. So maybe there's some regression coming on the second half of the season to 12 and two Against the numbers, Strong bears or 2.5 point underdog Mike Zimmer's just six and six against the Bears, Yorkers, head coach of the Vikings and just three and six against the spread when he's favored against the Bear's been favorite a lot. Actually nine games out of the 12, but just three and six covering the spread when they're a favorite against the Bears a man eggy still foreign over to the Vikings know we'd 17 last year. Maybe it's tough to combat s a weird game. It's a weird game. You're right here because I like it just didn't matter for the Vikings obviously didn't play their guys, right. Absolutely your call. I was watching that game from the beach in Aruba. I remember that that seems like a million years ago. So nice. 2020. It sucks so much. Oh, my God. That's where I was watching that game sitting not really on the beach, but sitting like sort of with the beach in the background at the Chateau Hotel where we were at You know, eating coconut trip? Yes, your co and drinking rum punches And it was on the big screen. You know, right there like under this per galo with the pool in the bar, and you could look at the ocean and Alabama slammer in front of you and I go. Why am I watching Bears, Vikings and week 17. I barely watch it. Let's put it that way. But, yeah, Maggie's for no against the Vikings against Zimmer has been great in the spot, one favorite against the Bears. So I guess you could look at it and say some positive trends. But It's just hard to get excited for them right now. It's hard to back them because of how bad the offenses you know, you know DJs minus 10 boys out to minus 10 when you know. Yeah, it's hard to back. Anybody watching Nick Foles in this office. It's hard to go ahead be have any faith. But at times they do kind of show you something, and then they wanna play where they end up losing 10 yards, eight yards. We'll get a penalty for intentional grounding. Charles Leno will start rocking back and forth like he's in some sort of delirium. Another guy will move. Then they shoot themselves in the foot, but card you can't tell me the pastor Jimmy Graham on the sideline early and yet in last week's game Wasn't something that kind of was appetizing after any Miller catching a ball while you're wide open ball thrown in rhythm, watching Riley Ridley finally catch a ball. I forgot It was even on the roster, but it was good to see him catch a ball. No. There were times where you look at that offense and some of the places they were running. And he said, moving. Look at this. There. There. There, There's place to be made. We just gotta find a way to continue to make money, consistent basis without shooting ourselves in the foot. And if it was something that the Tennessee Titans were doing that was so overwhelming, and so oh, my God! Hey, take a look at what they were doing. They didn't They didn't. What happened was the Chicago Bears played poor than a Tennessee Titans did that particular day they played poor than they did. We made a lousy defense look good. Yeah, yeah, exactly. The worst third down defense in the NFL prevented the bears from converting on third down 13 out of 15 times. That shouldn't happen. No, it shouldn't. So now the Bears are five and four with a three game losing streak and all the sudden the Vikings are hot on their heels. The Packers have the Jags this week's of the Bears you? No, no, no before their game. Obviously you think the Packers are going to beat the Jacksonville Jaguars Jericho and get out to seven wins. You know, it makes it even more important for the Bears. Does mad Maggie feel like this is a must win. This was the coach yesterday we talked about the biggest part is controlling. You can control and right now we've put ourselves in this position being and five and four. And so We gotta win this week and then worry about what happens in the bye week. And then what happens after that, And I think for us, probably The biggest thing Mike is that we've been through this last year. Where it's a similar feeling when you when you lose, you know, several games in a row, and and so that kind of Calista us for where we're at right now and how our hand on this And I think that's what it's been interesting for me is to see how our guys reacting to it, and they're they're doing good and I know that they're hungry. You know there there there. This is not something where their attitudes are changing for the negative. We know that we have each other in this building, and that's where we're at right now. So is that a Yes you're going to kind of sounded at one point in there that he does agree that Yeah, we We've got to win this game, and I know you said that early in the week, he said. You hate to ever say a must win and weekend, but it kind of feels like a must win. Like you said. We've got to go out and hail our business this week, and then we'll watch what happens the next week on the buy. Of course you will. What else are you gonna do? You know he didn't give you a ton of information, and then what's gonna happen The weekend after that we have things will happen, Certainly, So he's not Give me a ton of insight on how he feels right doesn't feel but six and four is a lot better place to be than five and 55 and five year really starting to eliminate yourself from any type of consideration. I looked at the standings here with all the teams that are above 500. And you know, because you find yourself where you know Philadelphia is gonna be in Because somebody's got to come from that conference around four winners. You've got teams five and six coming from The West. And then you've got the South has got the other playoff spot The bears around the outside looking in right now, there were seven if you get to five and five. Yeah, Yeah. If you go to five and five, you're really starting to eliminate yourself from the playoff consideration. You're still there. In theory, you can, you know, still win a ton of games, but Yeah. You start to eliminate yourself and you start letting somebody else come back. And now you let Minnesota come back here with their fourth victory. Now they're starting to climb back in..
"calista" Discussed on WTVN
"Tom Hamilton, the voice of the Cleveland Indians, Tom, How does the day find you, my friend? Oh, doing while Jola Man. Thanks for having me and getting anxious for opening day should be about 35 degrees to make it feel like opening day. We'll settle for that. Yeah, it's a little bit better than that, for sure. So, so I mean the team workouts and all that's of what? What do you do, Tom? A cz. You get ready for another, You know, shorter season, but this season nonetheless. A broadcast. Are you like a vocal Calista, Nick's guy You're yelling at the kids. I mean, what do you do to get ready? So you got enough juice to make nine Innings or more. Well, you know what? It's been fun for us and that we actually have been broadcasting the exhibition games. And while they weren't on the air, we streamed the inter squad game. So it kind of gave you that. That spring training feel against he can't get back into the swing of things. And you know you Do your normal prep work and what not to try to stay on top of what's going on around baseball. It's just been a little bit different this year, because you know we had such a long break and there has been a whole lot of news. Here other than who's maybe available and who's not available, So we're ready to go. We've got her final exhibition broadcast tonight. They're playing in Pittsburgh and so you know. It feels like it's time. You know, you get a sense watching these games. The guys are ready to kind of, you know, turn it up a notch, because even though they've been away from it for awhile, these games don't have the same intensity that they will starting Friday night. And I think that's the big thing, guys. Starting Friday night. There's going to be an intensity for every game that's normally don't have on a regular baseball season because you do kind of ease into it. It's a six month marathon as we know Not anymore. It's a dead sprint from Friday night on and you just cannot afford to get off to a wobbly start. Tom in the stadium. You know when you've done the home games, the inter squad games No fans, and that's that is the reality this year. Have you gotten used to with what it What is it like for you broadcasting? Ah, in progressive field, and there's no one there. You know, it's a good question because I was asked that before we did this. It was like, I don't know how it will be like I mean, there were games that did in Columbus minor league games where you didn't have many people there because maybe it was an early doubleheader because a rainout or what? Not And the same thing was true early in my career appear municipal stadium, but you don't really think about it. Once the game gets going, you're focused on what's going on on the field rather than the stands. And so if you know, it really has been the head as big an impact yet. I think the one thing you miss guys is when there are big moments in games, especially late in games, there's a late inning rally. Or you've got a chance for a walk off where there's you know, a big play late in the game. You know where you have that Mo mentum. You, khun. You know you feel the crowd building and you feel the anticipation? I think the biggest thing that I miss Just seeing people coming up out of their seats on a ball that had high and deep, and that kind of is it gone will be caught. You know that? That's the thing I think I'll miss even more starting Friday night. I want to ask you to. Ah, these You are just doing home games in terms of being with the team. You are not traveling right? The team, So I'm wondering like tonight game in Pittsburgh you're doing on the How hard is that for you to be doing a game? Looking at a monitor, as opposed to being there and maybe some of the nuances that you pick up when you're actually at the game as opposed to watching it on television. Well, if you want me to be on the air with you tomorrow morning at the same time, I have a lot..
"calista" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
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"calista" Discussed on How to Connect with Angels Podcast
"Role read because they are a want there to be humanity in the big one angel connection to be eric and grinded. Angels are wasteful so we can bring them into verse everyday experience because they understand what we are. Moving through you know were on this cusp of our ascension of bertha the golden age on. It's a big task. And it's for the intrepid and we need courage and we need support but there right by your side and so hopefully this is a for personal and google change. That's that's my hope. I my hope to. I would suggest people go to amazon because you can. You can order either an epic or an audio brick. Yeah everything is written and the big. So you're welcome to record it yourself and lesson buck but if you want to have the angels basically said to me how important is to have an audio version of the bic shirt hordes. There is so much that comes through in the poses of the words and the meditation the vibration as are and let's be real firmament That we read the are the have the most gorgeous meditation and practices and we ever. We never actually do them feel next step to do it yet. We all we all think. Okay we'll go back in life gets really busy on so the angels the they want take it to the extent they want to encourage people lesson and less than a gain and just an be oaken every time to the experience evolving. Because the more that you work with these gorgeous beings the movie understand yourself you really do. You really do an honestly. I can say the short space of time that i've written this book even the working with them for nearly fifteen years My relationships have soared. I don't seem to be much as a people pleaser as i was before. I'm very much more true to my being. And i feel more in love with me and who i am than ever before. An honestly meant to them. The book title is the female archangels. Female archangels are will put the slide right here and everyone go to amazon and get the audio and get the you know. Get the e book. Version right List there are so many there are these other things you are up to You have on instagram. Have this marvelous thing called mother. Earth news really yes. I love the way. I've i've shared mother earth news mother for four years and whether per messing although i tried to an every rather to be on us. I share one minute clips monday to friday. Basically what what. Mother earth is seeing guy is sharing or the elemental nature beings as sank. And it's very very corrected and it seems to balance work with angels really been well. I love it so come come. Please come and join me and share the mother earth news. Because how often do we honor tv and we hero this biased negative crap you know. Are we pick up. A newspaper we need to do is just go site and lesson like lesson with our heart and our soul what nature is seeing what the birds or sang because birds birds are such vein beings they come from star system of serious and they they are the ones that herald the new chords. The newest stanchion caused than you teachings are always coming to the over to humanity to help derise so yet just let yourself be bathed in the bird song that so healing and so empowering as people can read the book and also in unicorn rising. I've had a very colorful life so far a low of experience but i am thankful to each and every one because.
"calista" Discussed on How to Connect with Angels Podcast
"And then there's eleven archea that came forward. Eleven of the most on purpose okay. Archaic to be represented on each one focuses in a different way. So for example. We have archea purity. The other half of archangels is kale. Maybe your listeners may be familiar with saad key on the violent flame and has covers of alchemy and transformation. Purity comes forward lake that but she's more focused on. Okay let's just be real what the drama is and what the dance is here. Let grocer justice and your life and also scale and let's just let's just get in there and get your hands dirty. And just she. She is wait too. You see a maybe. You're share a picture of car because she is so fierce strong so what. I'm trying to see. Every archea comes forward in their own unique with their own gifts and every chapter builds on the next vibration. Louis an energetically taken the reader through a journey queer. Hopefully by the end though have a deeper understanding of who the are highly fit into the world what repurposes the courage to length not purpose. The relationships hopefully will be stronger. I certainly felt that the big truly sherry was a a lifeline for me. It really was a lie flat. And i write this book. My dad passed he transitioned. There was a Big ending or a relationship between me and my ex fiance adoption to be the single mother. Let loose so much. And their. But with every chapter. And this is the peo archea. When you invoke thence your life the ability will stay thin and be an overlay in gheit. They will really come in for example at sorry for kind of opposed to archangels where we could invoke them have a conversation with them to healing may be some channel dressing and that would be Topper meditation healing practice the arcadia if he work with them for example faith. Faith will be by your side for as long as you need. She will not leave you. She will not leave you and so it really is a very emotional.
"calista" Discussed on How to Connect with Angels Podcast
"Bar cafes these beautiful angels the don't want to be described undefined promote religious sands. Because they understand that there's so much religion has been misconstrued and misrepresented the way that they share that we can get to know them and connect with them is to know their route. Essence what we would see as the origin of a word etymology. So if we look at the root meaning of the word faith it means to trust to trust. So that's really the virtue that archea faith gifts to us but that's also so her name it's a very simplistic but deeply profoundly that we can connect and understand these angels. Yes is always came forward. As michael and often archaic fee can be termed to be michaela and we can colour michaela and not subsequently fine if we want to. But if we want to really get know who she is unexperienced the virtue and the gifts that she shares and they'd become a template on an and boating off them. It's best to understand her from the virtually that she shares which is faith so she helps us to have trust to take the leap of faith that we are guided like we faith. I made from moving from science for example and dispersed wallasey. But we're all taking these leaps whether we're being guided to leave a relationship or move to another time or completely schefter career or change our eating habits. We're always making these leaks of faith. And she's encouraging us evermore as we have over cells to be comfortable with that to be comfortable with unknown because that's really the place and the heart of the divine feminine. The feminine as the whims space is is the void as as a the unknown space. And that's why it's so scary. I guess to some people. And i believe that's why it's been surprised because it's powerful. It's untapped creation at the age of the date and so faith knows this and we can call in her for protection. Dislike michael and while michael is very much you know. Wear my cloak have my sword on my armor cheese more. Open your heart. Faith breathed the end because an open heart and her is is the based on strongest protection. We never have because if we are open horrid we have no fear you're seeing this huge movement of divine feminine permanent rising up. There you go. There's so much coming forward. The famine is living and breathing and wanting to be heard and all of us in the i personally a week or not Some people in the aqui. Being mogul Mogul michael harry poops. Are i call. People who aren't really conscious of his. The are asleep easy. Like there's this saturday allergy and you're just having a little sleet. There's so many ways that this book can help people. I would like you to explain how you have constructed the book men how you use the meditations in youtube mix yet because the book itself has over there. Thirty practical ceremonies while rituals achievements the arcadia the way that they were to structure as their stare teen chapters. Thirteen is a big number of because there. He represents the goddess feminine. Their team has always been a number of for us to be scared. All the actually is because it's potential. It's our tricks and.
"calista" Discussed on How to Connect with Angels Podcast
"To begin with. I started to work with our kia virture. Who is the other half off archangel raphael and the way that they describe the male and the female slaves angel is with a coin. This is this is there so simplistic in their ray. An angel if you can imagine as as a coined an aucoin husky faces has a a masculine ammunition of a vibration and has a feminine site feminine consciousness but there in essence the same coin. Yes so the angel of healing. We've we've known for so long raphael in his emerald green light that you hop pull arranging but actually the more that we evolve. Our consciousness and our perspective is whitening. We are starting to see that it's not just rafael it. We've been interacting. Virtue has always been there. I'm she is the sole flights. The onder lies all the healing. That raphael does. She breeds compassion on forgiveness into every healing and she said she says that there cannot be healing and moving forward without forgiveness so every act of healing involves forgiveness. That's one of her main teachings on she was the over wading presence of mother. Mary and Sometimes she's been written to be mother mary but she's no it's just that's what we perceived at that time but nyerere consciousness is widening so we're starting to realize that schmo. She has an angelic being Mother mary he's naive. Seen this sentence master. I love what you have to write about with faith because the concept of faith. Yep you're into faith that you're talking about is different in absolutely. I surrounded by rain. Ryan debate the same time so before angel human was birthed and i was learning i was remembering myself my divinity getting to know the angels. At that time michael came forward. West has other half his toe his archaic fakes and he comes forward. This beautiful blue sometimes Sometimes more like the software lights like michael but often azzura blue and goals are her colors on faith in the big features mainly honestly. I could have written the whole book with our kfi because she has so much to say. And i think her chapter is very very long because she can't to impart berry woods a ceremonies and.
"calista" Discussed on How to Connect with Angels Podcast
"Or i could do something i can go for for auction see. I take auction c. Which was learning hands on healing. Oh well yeah and but at that point in my life i was very cynical very hard by experiences and like dramatic experiences that i just had to say it's so hard to imagine. I don't know makeup. Plead hair I'm very you know very to city. I was very judgmental. It was very slow. I didn't believe these people that kids heal with pitting placing their hands over people. But still you went for it. Wait for it. Because i felt inside i felt i exactly where i'm supposed to be ten. Yeah you know when that comes to us we have to trust it. Yes yes of course trusted and so i did leaned more into that feeling and is eight. Did it went through my levels. It was reiki studying and then start to learn different forms of healing crystal healing Angel reiki Start meditating i met consciously again the fairies and be made and of course. Angels an archangel raphael. Kim forward unsaid. The i read develop hansson killing system with the angels different to angeliki Under one point he said we'd be bigger than ricky i. I did not believe him. I just left science. They didn't think this was going to biba but It did in two thousand nine angel healing. The registered system of angel therapy was born in this naito around the world. Oh my god congratulations. Wow and so and all of that is at your website. Where do we find out about every. Yes you can read right. Angel healing on learn on cliffs ascension dot com kosta ascension dot com. Okay go on go on go on this now because we're gonna start to when you start to right so i started to write. The manuals came first because the modules of the system are very very big. There's three levels in angel healing. So they're really big themselves. Every time i was teaching. A course i was getting more downloads. More teachings more ch- very practical course..
"calista" Discussed on How to Connect with Angels Podcast
"Callisto has attuned thousands of souls worldwide to the angelic elemental and crystalline kingdoms her. Exciting new book the female archangels evolutionary teachings to heal and empower. Your life will be released. In march of twenty twenty. Callisto spoke to us from her home in scotland. You have gone around the world come back home but the things that you have understood and the training that you've had is extraordinaire Can you tell us about your journey as a virtual teacher and author absolutely will start. I'll start when. I was young. Because i feel how to make mansion to my ancestors proposed. There were very spiritual There was not really any main focus on my family a toll. There were all strong matriarchal. Figures either healers or spiritualist mediums Very closely linked with the air and her rhythms on her cycles and i remember speaking to ferries and when i was younger so that was that was always really been a foundation for me and your grant mother was supporting at. My grandmother was very. She wasn't a spiritualist medium. The rest of the family wear but she very much her. As i write in the book her house was haunted. And that was the first experience that i had of angels because i was really aware as a child and i saw experience. I could feel them on. There was a spirit of a man he according to her whom and when i would stay over he would come forward and i remember just being so scared. Like six or seven of the time by had the saints to invoke an angel to invoke to invoke. I didn't understand guardian. Angels that concept. But i guess that's exactly will i was invoking and i remember this beautiful bubble of light enveloping me boso my dog because i.
"calista" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"Why is she in Taylor Swift Music Video? Why does she have so many instagram that she had them before the video? Or only after the video. He's helped me. I need to know credit trench. She's in the video. Because Taylor Swift as the Ellen DeGeneres of Pop music it's also whoever lost pandering bullshit. She handers by just like Oh viral person. Give them some money and put them in my thing to tell me my relevancy. That's what Taylor swift does tilt called every gay person and was like so. You think Jesse Ferguson. Like gets in a sports car seconds. He was already there. He didn't need a phone call. You know we're doing one thing I'm there you know. I love things. So Yeah Taylor. She was until you're supposed to do because it was pandering. And what's really funny about? That was that. That's what caused people to be like. Who is Lauren Gray? But this is a name that I've been hearing or has been popular for a while now. Because she is one of the few very few breakout ish tick tock you to musically whatever stars that has longevity still seems to be around. Good morning guys. It is currently eight o'clock in the morning. I just woke up and made my bed and I had to take the sheets off my bed and throw them in the wash because smudge decided to leave me a present right next to me on my bed so that was pleasant to wake up to my forehead is currently breaking out. What's new you guys? Know THE DRILL. But it's like a little bit worse than normal because I've been traveling and I've been stressed so today I just wanted to do like a spend the morning with not even routine but just like a spend the morning with video because I've been doing a lot of like get ready with type videos and this is going to be similar but I'm also going to show you what I'm eating breakfast and then what other. Shenanigans. I'm up too so I guess we'll just start with makeup and I will see you guys over. The vanity will partly because she was on the first form of Tick Tock was musically so like she just parlayed that into tick Tock Stardom. It hit the stratosphere also. She got older too. So Donald Physically people didn't quite make the transition because there is some names. I remember mentioning or at least seeing some of those people. Just don't exist anymore on. Maybe they didn't want to go to tech talk or whatever it is. The point is is that she is a long lasting like member. Baby Ariel. Who actually does plan to the story. What she up to they all start releasing music and they kind of fall off. Well maybe she just as Rela musically It is obvious musically. A lot of the people who were on musically were trying to become famous singers. They were trying to go like a bieber out. Like I'm GonNa just like do covers an sing songs on this thing like tick? Tock has started veering towards more comedy but Lauren Gray. Kinda does funnier stuff to like Lauren. Grace funny as well you know. Have you watched her? She does I was on. I was on her profile and I was like. I can't be on here long but she does like. She's not just a singer so she did get a record deal that was worth like a ton of money she did. She did par. Par Par lay the like seeing did on these much did I did you say pro. Am I saying it's like why am I saying? Sorry I'm just I'm just repeating what you would ever known like mad at for. Saint like words get in your brain and like I'm GonNa keep using the stupid ass word. Okay go on sorry anyways. The point is that she successfully is one of the few that successfully figured out how to be just talented enough to get a record deal to work with but has enough influence. Where recommenced record company that she could actually sell music? It's like a funny mix. It's like she's a good enough singer where she can make music and it doesn't sound terrible and it's passable but also the popularity makes.
"calista" Discussed on Who? Weekly
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"calista" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Here soon for is doing that you do know him he's doing the rounds because he's in this the movie with the CJI dog call of duty call of knowing what's it called call of the wild that wonderful classic of literature yeah so he's doing this movie so he's doing the rounds now he's seventy seven years old he's married to Calista Flockhart she's fifty five you know they've been married for I think ten years they were together for at least ten years prior to that so they've been together for a long time we didn't have a whole segment about this I'd want to like go deep in the shallow on her like what's going on with Christopher Walker good question because I'm curious the same thing that you remember that show that it was groundbreaking they shared a bathroom remember that men and women in the same bathroom all my gosh anyway that's not with the segment is about what the second is about is about this particular interview he did with entertainment the entertainment magazine called parade where they asked him what his secret to a healthy happy marriage well okay and he probably tongue in cheek a little bit jokingly said the following okay and I almost bit my tongue hello don't talk and not your hat our jokes okay I would say six five one six four one one of seven another phones working you have a voice on the Colleen Bradley show we'd like to hear that voice okay what is your gut reaction when you hear that now and try not to be swayed by my obvious opinion about a hobby as well and I'm open I really truly am open to other people's perspective my I felt I I bristled yeah I that's what I want to go to so why tell me about your privilege well I just like that is such a classic like just left the woman tell you what skin just nod your head that's all agree with whatever she said happy wife happy life like don't just you know don't talk you get yourself in more trouble and just nod your head yeah to me that says you're not listening you don't really care what she has to say you're just trying to stay out of trouble because you know that wife she be wife Anne and she's gonna beat she's just gonna talk and talk and talk and tell you all about yourself and just nod your head in the sand thanks no okay he better not well that's what I'm saying I was like that's what I'm trying to get at no we can we talk okay at our house okay there is talking okay I just I do like his style but I just don't like that that message of like all you have to do for happy marriage if you're a man is is let your wife do you all say whatever she needs to say and not your head and pretend like you're listening yeah that's what I bristle at yeah no I totally get it and I think that's you know I'm sure a lot of women do because you know you're constantly told like women just talk too much they have so many opinions are so loud with their opinions and talking staff is always there echo so that's a good thing right I totally get that I will say though because I'm not in that kind of a relationship with him I don't have those same sensitivities we we don't have a woman in our relationship with her in the traditional sense right and I talking about leasing now exactly right but what I will say is I just heard just shut up and listen sometimes in a relationship you need to just mind your mouth because early in the relationship we would do this thing where like everybody needs to be heard and everybody needs to get it out and sometimes they don't and sometimes you don't have to be right yeah sometimes you just have to be right here right now listening and a half okay so namaste but I totally I can totally hear where you you know your reaction would be don't tell me not to look because I think it just doubles down on okay and again like this is why I asked and by the way I do want to hear your thoughts but we're gonna run out of time if you don't pick up the phone call six five one six four one one oh seven one because my like the place I come at it from it like for here's an example I was in the actual class one day when a gentleman in the class said honestly isn't that what women just do all the time is just nag and it shut down it was a moment so how did that go we all went to lunch and just sort of let it sort of like a living without it in agreement about shadow there is no nodding in agreement there were darts scared but the point is is that that's like this that is this idea that's what I hear in the house is I hear some forty sensually saying yeah like you know you just let them lead you and not your head and just be a silent ages I can because I thought I actually do want to hear like what is his actual secret for happy marriage and they don't appreciate like that sort of I want to know here's an Ford what makes you want Calista Flockhart work because to your point I actually have a real curiosity about what the heck she's up to what their life looks like on a day to day basis yeah I I and I don't know the context one wonders if he was maybe just trying to give you know like a and M. I'm not making excuses for her some phrases that need my help but I wonder how much of it was just like you know cute answer right you know just nod your head well because the other there's another secret third option which is that maybe things aren't so hot at home could be and he's trying to you know kind of like brush it off because he doesn't have to talk about his relationship and I do think the he's notoriously private about his marriage with Calista Flockhart yeah because I can I feel like she's private like where has she been exactly she some privacy and even work and bright do we know she's alive okay is anybody checked on her Holly Wishart she's alive okay there's a lot of stuff do you live in Montana or Wyoming they're not somewhere with a lot of land yeah local thank you for working through that with you guys I hope you feel better do you feel like we got some amounts to feel heard when we come back to my colleague thank you and I could see that there when we come back on the calling to Bradley show we got to talk about Amanda Bynes she is the fighting her own conservatorship and we're wanting to give her the space she needs and also ask if another famous person with a conservatorship is listening we'll be back after this is more about Amanda Bynes I'm a calling to Bradley show on my talk one of seven one okay ladies what shows are we all watching water repeat Chino bake off.
"calista" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Meddling with Zano when now zero I'm gonna get it right so I promise you she is the co founder and director of training at call the list and Calista be give you were telling me off the the cutlass began in New York if you lost it in New York and Chicago yes so it Tim tell me about the origins of it about you know how how how how it started yeah well I saw that professional calling was happening and I've been doing it a workshop settings for years in training facilitators around the world to do it to do what we call holding space right for for people to to to practice this and to feel safe really yeah yeah and so when I saw it happening I saw was happening with no training and in my mind I was like all right right because really at the heart of it takes a lot of healthy boundaries to to do this work and to do it safely respectfully ask people and to make it there you know me ask you how do you because there are a lot of people who don't who are not touchy feely yeah who were just don't like to be touched you don't you know did they want the space everything do you deal with people like that in the how do you how do you do that yeah well it's it's interesting a fair amount of people com because it's such a verse in some ways and or they've had some sort of trauma around tested had negative experiences weather's categorizes trauma is not I think most of us have had some negative experience sure around toucher we felt imposed on in some way so it's understandable that people like Hey back off yeah yeah right like and it's it's funny one of the ways I talk about boundaries when I teach it is it is when you have really good with boundaries you don't have to put walls up but if we don't have good boundaries sometimes we end up putting walls up and that can be that that sort of thing like to stay away and people come in and I have I'm I'm isolated and lonely and I want to learn how to become comfortable with touch and so that's that's what we work on that kind of a major thing and as far as color is concerned I mean you do deal with a lot of people who have the issue absolutely yeah is it is a difficult it is I mean I've you obviously every person is completely different yeah I mean not everybody is the same so they're going to deal with things differently but is it is it difficult at first to to to get these people to be comfortable you know first of all it takes a huge amount of courage for an individual to calm to be ready to be at the point to come and engage in this so I'm always just pulled over at it you know by my clients who who com um so they've done a lot of work already and it to you to see and they know that they're worth it and eight they trust the possibility of it but yes it does take a lot of safety a lot of our job is to is just is to be reassuring yeah let them know that nothing is going to happen unless they wanted to everything's gonna go at their at their pace yeah yeah and really teach them how to be empowered around it and tap into what they want to communicate it how big a how big a group do you have at the coolest will work for cutlass does it it's amazing it's all over the place right yeah we train well gosh we just hit the over fifteen hundred people in training mark wow that's pretty exciting in the four years that we've been around we well in just four years yeah that's pretty impressive yeah and we've got I don't know it we get new countries all the times were over six countries but I just saw of some new countries coming on recently people signing up you know in Singapore and I think someone in Czechoslovakia so anyway it's a it's it's spread it's amazing I look back if you told me that when I started this I would've been like what yeah for real yeah yeah so this is mailing when I was she is the co founder director of training at cut list it's Nick to Julia on seven twenty WGN here and so when did you start studying touch therapy well I discovered cuddling I it was in two thousand eight okay I I was a bit of a seeker kind of one of those personal growth junkies I Hey if you said it I didn't yeah I don't it you know what it is right and and I'm also a bit of an intellectual I went to northwestern and in communication studies that's I'm a geek I'm a communication geek and I loved using out about communication and psychology and what is it but my thing is always been connection and relationship and love us and you know bonding and I had found myself in a place where I was really frustrated with like it was like that thing like the harder I tried out it the I can try harder but I wasn't getting anywhere and I was reading a book on relationships and it was a chapter on boundaries and I remember reading this chapter and just being like I don't get it that was the records of like wait a minute there's something here and I don't get it and it was like seeing a blind spot okay okay there's something here and I don't get it and that was there there was cuddle party dot com they had they referred it in to the to the book and I was like alright I went online there was a workshop happening a couple hours away of the Wisconsin and I went and checked it out and so a it it it blew my mind I had that sort of epiphany experience it was that big a deal it was a huge deal yeah for me it was it was it in lightning about a lot of things that I didn't I didn't know and I just knew that I needed to kind of keep doing it and I ended up bringing it to Chicago I got trained as a facilitator all these years later now I'm on the board of directors yeah little parties a nonprofit organization that trains people to do this workshop as I mentioned before my friend did do of a segment in his documentary about a couple parties what is that you see the your first experience what was it like what from the moment you walked in what what what happened what was the set up how do they how do they greet you how did they get you comfortable holiday alone Ravel right well someone at the door there to greet me tell me you know where to put my code in my shoes and make myself comfortable yeah a lot of awkward nervous strangers that had a look at each other going what I get and then sort of a big space with with couches and a lot of open floor space but with padding and blankets on the floor right what was in the documentary two that's the way it was all set up in the attic yeah and so the set and then and then we also it sort of in a circle and the facilitator introduces themselves and we all get to go around and say a little bit about who we are and why were there and then they go through this welcome circle which is like an hour long script a talking about there's there's you know ten different rules right and these guidelines that start out with you know no one has to do anything and you know there's there's there's a shirt rules sure there we do these interactive exercises for you talk to people and people are opening up and it's that interesting kind of like easier to open up to strangers sure I know it's kind of a thing and then after an hour of that in the agreements are like okay now go go practice go you know it is it I call it free range cuddling and I'll start connecting or talking people bring snacks it's a very comfortable casual place how how long a session is it the workshop eight yeah so I'm talking about cuddle party which I people often confuse it with catalyst okay but they're very similar I mean there's there are there they have a lot in common but cuddle party is a workshop it lasts for hours okay generally it would cut a list what a session of with cutlass so come this is an individual one on one with with you know a client and a practitioner catcher and that's a by the hour so it would be about a minimum of an hour you could do ninety minutes you could do two hours depending on what to do now you have give clients so you have repeat customers that that come back for the sessions yeah yeah and and how often do people come back means I'm visit like once a week is a couple couple there's so there's a wide range once a week is probably the most frequent I've got some people come every other week some people come once a month some people come every few months yeah yeah okay it is a question did you come from a family of colors was your family would your is your is your family touchy feely did you grow up in a touchy feely question I would say yes and no there was certainly touch we're huggers and you know as a kid in my family there was that that bedtime ritual of like it's time for bed go say good night to everybody so I would great family and to leave a big family yeah but kind of spread out my my parents moved across the country so my grandparents were long distance so I see so I have it is the I'm always fascinated by large families I'm an only child and and it's just me and my folks and so it I've never really had the experience of a large family and like in the in the past I've been lucky enough to have either married or dated someone with a big family and I've got to experience that and it's so different than what I grew up with and I was not you might might be we were not very touchy feely the the three of us so it was a it was not a very cuddly kind of a home but you had to give you did have that experience so it's a mixed bag though isn't it that the big family thing you've experienced it from the yet at the in law it is yet from the in law point of view and I gotta say it's it's for me it's a little strange because of my whole you know I mean I've been a you know I'm only child and so you know to have that experience it's just me and my parents and we didn't really have an old we get really haven't got a big extended family at all I never had a grandfather they both passed away before I was born I and my grandmother's both died when I was young as well so that extended to you know not a lot of aunts and uncles and cousins and stuff but the the whole big family thing especially around the holidays when I would go and visit you know my girlfriends or or or ex wives how families I was always a little bit uncomfortable not uncomfortable but a little weird you know yeah so and then I've been I've dated very touchy feely people who had touchy feely family so I got used to it you know and I kind of and.
"calista" Discussed on X96
"Should how you doing grapevine Shannon we determine who goes first and it does give you an advantage in the game by a coin toss a coin toss apples ready heads or tails go ahead no soon is there alone and in his the advantage in the game Harrison Ford to trivia here we go multiple choice sensei you get the question for Shannon you get you get cancer it exclusively if you get it right you get the point if you get it wrong the genie gets a chance answered correctly and if she gets it right she steals the point away from you we'll go back and forth until one of you has three points here we go Shannon first question when did Harrison Ford proposed to Calista Flockhart was a day when he was filming cowboys and aliens in twenty ten is that baby he never proposed to ex wives were enough see it was on Valentine's weekend in two thousand nine or D. in twenty eleven on a particularly chilly set he asked anyone in the crew if they had a shawl a list of presented and it was love at first sight and two thousand ten two thousand ten cowboys and aliens incorrect Gina of the particularly chilly February Valentine's day now which which one the valid at the Valentine valentines weekend two thousand yeah okay as you said particularly Charlie and I that was the shoulder I maybe this Valentine's weekend it's one to nothing for the drunk contestant gene of our very thing not off of red wine and the G. the is also in control of not her faculties not to quit yes yes what do Harrison Ford want George Lucas to due to his character in Star Wars return of the Jedi K. no no wait I I added the character sorry what did George what did Harrison Ford one George Lucas to do in Star Wars return the Jetta okay okay he wanted more lines in the script K. B. he wanted Han solo to be killed off see Han solo is more men or D. he wanted Leah and solo to break up killed off correct to the best thing for Gina Shannon controls the question and if she misses this it's pretty much all she wrote Shannon yeah when Harrison Ford was first credited in a time for killing the credit reads Harrison J. Ford what is the jays stand for is it a Jeremiah be Justin see Judith or date J. doesn't stand for anything it was an accident what were the first two options Jeremiah or Justin eight Hey Jeremiah yeah incorrect do you know I'm guessing it was a mistake.
"calista" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
"Guy's assize of calista would be taking on john jones daniel cormet samples to name a few also so i wish you americans would see the light and use the metric system. Thank you for everything you do i wish to do i want this conversation joie. I shouldn't surprise. I just thought i swayed you know not at all so you think you think of bushel isn't isn't better than kilo well when you put it like that's an excellent <hes> <hes> so how is the question yeah yeah. I mean they <hes> the defense. They're they're big. People and there's everybody else and everybody else is in the same grouping regardless of size and this this also so history just exaggerating every you know every four hundred twenty pound wrestler was probably three fifty every six foot. Four wrestler was six eight or six seven. I i mean it just their nature to do it so you have these decades of lies and then all of a sudden you're gonna say retroactively greg. Anya wasn't two hundred ten pounds but rather a hundred sixty five hundred seventy five like ramos stereo. They actually have under two hundred pounds. Thank god but like even that feels like it's a struggle and they just oh they don't wanna do it to admit that a wrestler who's professional at you pay to see might be under two hundred pounds decades of lives would be good name for an autobiography <hes> they're different candidates you could opt for that one or just a <unk> the wrestling industry or the most influential promoters a lot of things you can do with vince is always on you know as always had that size thing and i mean the sizing facing it. It played to his <hes> his his benefit for for quite a while. I mean i think that <hes> you know matching up the idea of one really big. A guy gets another guy with a big part of the hulk of the one thousand nine hundred and would it would it hurt though to say guys one seventy instead out of two away like with from a marketing standpoint today. Is it better to be absurd and and have people go with that. That's certainly not true through or draw attention and be truthful to something. That may not be a stigma at all yeah. I don't think there's a stigma anymore. I mean that's the thing <hes> <hes> which is why it sort of data to put such an emphasis on it because you know there are other factors that that just mean more in terms of in terms of marketability yeah in two hundred didn't have the same ring to two hundred five to five live two hundred live. I don't know i yeah. I feel like actually there's not much of a difference five and live rhyme dread and live. Don't you have the tool five law. I don't know i don't think it works saleh. Miami says two weeks ago in the mail bag segment. You talked briefly about the dark ages of new japan and mentioned how it wasn't too different from the problem so to c._b._s. Suffering with the past few years only if you could expand on that thoughts can you compare and contrast new japan back then versus the w._b. Product today exactly how bad was a new product back then compared to w._w._e. Today how exactly the new japan recover from it's broken image and how can w._w._e. Learned from it today as always keep up the awesome work you do totta hope that boys you went to an awesome answer. I mean to be clear my comparison between debbie and new japan was about about the symptoms not the diseases in that they were both companies that had big boom periods and coasted on that for a while while falling out of touch with their fan bases and undergoing prolonged periods of popularity declined but i mean that's true of a lot of wrestling companies. I mean there. There are problems disease each case. We're quite different. I mean new japan and humiliated the top stars in shoots. They educated fans was better than pro wrestling they undermined younger talent and they prominently featured a bunch of individuals who are bad at pro wrestling be on the other hand has ignored their fans killed promos with all the scripting future way too much comedy built around stars that much of their fan base hated instant all the.
"calista" Discussed on The Nightly Rant
"He everyone. So for today's episode we have a special throwback because something happened and we were on able to record an episode and we want you to have an episode five days a week, so we hope you enjoy this special throwback episode that we have chosen for you. So here we are middle of the week. Finally? Yeah, sap over pretty much. We got state this weekend. Really on to be busy one really Sundays the busy day. Yes, Saturday, just the one game. It's early. Ishbel another hour earlier would have been good. Because then it would have been what nine a game starts starts at nine forty funds of arriving at nine forty five. So yeah, that would have been my preferred solution to the schedule Calista the whole day open still actually do something with the day, right? Because like even Sunday, Sunday's going to end pretty much close to the same time as Saturday does. Well, no, the twelve fifty on Sunday, ten forty five on Saturday. Yeah, but still by close, I mean, within a few hours and yet there's two games on Sunday. One of the buck wreck of Don. We have to be there at the bug racket arm. How rude get dirty looks from across the round row. Some. So wanted to talk about. How children can be tend to be a reflection of the parents. Oh, yeah. While first of all, do agree with the basic statement or not. I agree ninety five percent. What's the five percent don't agree. Well, I also feel like they can be shaped by the people they hang out with. That makes sense. Think about that for minute, but it makes sense I can buy that. Okay. So I'd say we're mostly in agreement there. Yeah, mostly so. Then how is it that people are delusional and they don't understand how they themselves act or what I would I would say. So ninety nine point seven, four percent of the time. People are too dumb to know what the how they act. So what you're saying as that more than likely, if someone acts like a total jerk that they themselves don't really realize that they're acting like a total jerk precisely. And I. We'll see Binion I don't give people that credit. I think that they're mostly aware of their bad behavior or at some point, the comma wear of their behavior. And then at that point, they have two choices. They can either make a change. Or keep going down the same path. But from that point forward, that can never deny knowing that they act like a jerk. Will they can't? They be? Why adopt? When I say when I say you can never on meaning, truthfully, and honestly, you can't deny that. And it's just then they wonder why their children act a certain way. And really, it should be no great surprise to them at all. It was no great surprise to anybody else. Wow. LAPD requesting back up on a man with a gun on Cadillac avenue in Charlton avenue that's Ashley's neighborhood, and she says, she can hear helicopters. Yikes. To me ever find out what happened in garden grove last night, the police standoff, no, I forgot to look that up. There is also there was also a school shooting in Florida seventeen dead. I not. Did you hear the guy set off the fire alarm so you can mow people down? Yep. Scary thing is that is what the Columbine kids had wanted to do. They wanted to set off an explosion in the crowded cafeteria. I've everybody's scouter and they'd be waiting there with automatic weapons to mow them down. It wasn't angry past student, so you never got their inspiration from will. Yeah. I'm saying it's kind of Ludington. But it's like. I don't know already the whole, you know, he wasn't a terrorist. He was homegrown, hate painful person. He didn't belong to ICES. He was US citizen. Terrorism isn't the problem. I lean need more gun control, and I'm like, there is gun control. Chicago has the highest strictest gun laws in the country. It also has the highest number of gun murders. What does that tell you about gun control laws? I feel like I feel like gun control laws have to be more federal level than a state level, though. If they're going to have that, they should be everybody under the same. But the all states do and cities do is make them more strict. They take the federal on, they say, okay, that's the federal law..