35 Burst results for "Chandra"

"chandra" Discussed on Good Girls Talk About Sex

Good Girls Talk About Sex

02:16 min | 3 months ago

"chandra" Discussed on Good Girls Talk About Sex

"A that's it for today. Good girls talk about. Sex is produced by me. Lee carey and edited by gretchen kilby. I have additional administrative support. From laura o'connor and maria franco transcripts are produced by jan yellow. And i'm incredibly grateful for the financial support from good girls talk about sex community members at patron if you'd like to support me in telling these stories and answering your questions head over to. Www dot patriots dot com forward slash. Good girls talk about sex. You can find show notes and show transcripts at. www dot good girls talk dot com to ask a question about your sex life your desires or anything to do with female sexuality call and leave a message at seven choose zero good sex and before we go. I want to remind you that the things you've probably heard about your sexuality are not true you are worthy. You are desirable you are not broken. I work with women just like you to reflect their true sexual nature back to them without the judgment. Shame or fear that can get in the way of seeing it for ourselves as a coach and pj party hostess. I will guide you in embracing the sexuality that is innately yours. No matter what it looks like. I'm here to help you sink so deeply into your true sexuality that the version of yourself. That was scared to speak up for her own. Needs feels like a mirage from another lifetime until next time. Here's to your better sex life..

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"chandra" Discussed on Good Girls Talk About Sex

Good Girls Talk About Sex

06:42 min | 3 months ago

"chandra" Discussed on Good Girls Talk About Sex

"Made me like. We could rewrite that try again. Do you enjoy laughter during sexual encounters. Yes i think. If i'm comfortable with a person there will be laughter. And if there's not that's probably good sign that i should be having sex with that person. I like that Have you ever felt a sexual urge that confused you. Yes what was that. It was something around rate which i was very confused about it was like why would i be like into that. That's confusing so are you. Are you clear now. That's actually super common and completely normal. Yes i feel like. It's not very talked about though it's not talked about the it. Used to be called a rape fan to see that language has shifted now to be more like a ravishing fantasy Or some people will talk about it as consensual non consent and There are lots of reasons for it. And and i'm certainly not going to say well. This is what happened to you. That will make you feel this way. But i can say that it's very common for people who have felt like there's there's some how out of control like day don't have primary control over their ability to consent to then later want to play that same scenario out in a way where they do have consent so i will play out this nonconsensual experience. I had with a partner. Who i trust where i know that if i say forward they will stop. Yeah that ends up allowing people to really some people to reorient their own Their brains and their own memories and start to create some new neural pathways. I also should say that. It's not always people who have some sort of trauma in the background. We have a lot of messaging in our culture. That shows us nonconsensual experiences. That are meant to look very sort of you know romantic and gauzy and if he really loves you then he can come after you for years and when you finally given that it will be beautiful so like there are lots of reasons that could happen but it's totally common and totally normal. I think that's one of the things that you see in fiction. That as i've gotten older i've found that but at the same time it's very interesting to see the what the contexts which uncomfortable with it in the context in which i'm not comfortable with it i I used to be a really avid reader. And then i went to my mom got sick and i was her caretaker and i went through a period of extreme stress and i stopped reading and i've over the last year started reading again and went back to some of my favorite authors from the past and discovered that i can't read them anymore because they're their romance there. Sexiness is so based in non consent that becomes consensual Sandra brown is the one that i just. I can't even stand now. It makes my skin crawl because almost every one of her relationships starts out with the characters disliking each other and at some point the man picking the woman up against the wall and being like. I'll take what i want. And then some point she's like i'll just give it to you and then it becomes a great love story and it's grow it. I started reading romance more. So than typically avoided that drama. I think it was the dark prince series. There's a book for free is gonna read everything up to that point to get book you know as one does and i started off the first book and i got in two or three chapters and i was like. I can't do this. Yeah reebok are no. I'm not. I'm not reading this series. Yea well that took us off on a long tangent. What is your favorite part of your body. Words get good bugs. What's your least favorite part of your body. It's not gonna among comfortable with it. I'm very critical of it though. I don't like to do crunches still you don't need to do is i always have the opinion of dislike it enough. I have the awareness Do something different. I could now have a time. He tucked or workout. A lotta whenever. But i like more than i like arabs. So i'm there with you on that one What is something about your current sex life. That isn't as satisfying as you'd like it to be but i don't really have one right now What belief does you have about sex as a child or teenager that you wish you could go back and correct her on now as a child. I didn't realize that i could say now. At any point they know always had consequences. And if i'd known that it shouldn't and that if i was finding a hey i said no not comfortable. With isn't there was still consequences that there were people i could talk to. Who could help the in situations. Yeah chanter we have done it. This has been amazing. Thank you so much thank you. Yeah i would love for people to know where they can find you so please tell us who you are and at what you do. My name is chandra arthur. My podcast is cultivated. Where i talk about more about my childhood background and extreme religious environments specifically in home church and self supporting ministries and. You can find me anywhere that you listen to podcasts. Google play store spotify apple podcasts. Any of those we are. They're terrific will put information in the show notes so people can find you that way. Thank you so much. I really appreciate. How open you've.

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"chandra" Discussed on Good Girls Talk About Sex

Good Girls Talk About Sex

05:29 min | 3 months ago

"chandra" Discussed on Good Girls Talk About Sex

"Hey friends welcome to our new every other week schedule. And it's hard to believe but we're just two episodes away from our hundred episode. And i love for you to be part of it. I get so many amazing emails and dm's about what you've learned and how listening to this show has made a difference for you and i'd love to feature some of your voices during that episode as a celebration of all the amazing conversations we've had in this space so if you feel moved please call the listener line at seventy zero good sex and leave a message about why this show is meaningful to you. How listening has changed your relationship to your sexuality what conversations you've had with your partner or potential partners that you wouldn't have had before or anything else that you've taken away again. Call seven two zero good sex and leave a voicemail. You'll be completely anonymous so feel free to get as honest as you'd like and if it's easier for you you can also record a voice memo on your phone and email it to me at lia at good girls talk about sex dot com and one more reminder before we get into the meat of the episode. I'm currently working on the second draft of the memoir of my sexual healing journey. And i've decided to let you read the book as i'm working on it every other week. I'm sending a few pages of the book out to my email list. This is the first time anyone outside. My very small circle gets to read about my journey from repression to healing. If you'd like to be a first reader goto leah carey dot com forward slash book and enter your email address. I promise your address is safe with me. Here's what you need to know. Only email subscribers are getting these first glimpse pages. Because i'm still in. The process of writing and revising previous entries are not archived online. So this is your only opportunity to get these pages prior to publication and you'll be jumping into the story somewhere in the middle so the earlier you subscribe the more of the story you'll get if you have a friend who thinks should be reading along. Please forward the emails and encourage your friends to sign up. Publishing houses look at follower numbers. It's a big part of how they decide what to pick up so the more subscribers. I have the better chance. I have of being picked up by publishing house and getting wider distribution for this story. So again go to leah carey dot com for slash book. Okay now let's turn our attention to today's guest. Chansa a talked before about my fascination with people who've left colts chandra hosts a podcast called cult evaded where she talks about her childhood background and extreme religious environments. You can find a link to her podcast in the shown outs. Chandra is a twenty nine year old sis gender female. She grew up seventh day adventist in the united states and describes herself as mixed race including black white chinese and east indian. She's bisexual single and has no children. She said her preferred relationship. Style is quote honest without particular parameters on what that might look like. She describes her body as average. I'm so pleased to introduce chandra chandra. I am really excited to talk with you. We've met through podcasting group but we've had virtually no conversation on this topic. So i have absolutely no idea what stories you're bringing to the table today and i'm very excited to have this conversation with you. Thank you for having me. I'm excited to be here awesome. Well let's start where i start every conversation. Which is what is your first memory of sexual desire. It's kind of a jumble for me. I don't remember a specific instance coming out strongly more so remember curiosity and the idea that there was something more but not knowing what it was and not being able to get a clean answer from anybody on what this mystery was How old were you when you started having. That curiosity was probably six. Yeah and do you remember what kinds of questions you might have been asking like what what was your way of trying to get information from the adults around you. I ask the standard where babies come from. I remember asking a question. Didn't have anything to do specifically with sex but all of the adults avoided like the plague. And i couldn't figure out why and so it just made me more curious. I didn't really realize what i was asking though. Do you remember what that question was. I was asking about love and relationships and why people got married.

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Interview With Marc Lore of Diapers.com and Jet.com

How I Built This

01:16 min | 5 months ago

Interview With Marc Lore of Diapers.com and Jet.com

"So let's kind of find you know. I was probably a junior in high school. Going to my mom's bodybuilding competitions. Wow but she did well she. She a couple competitions and things. It was fun but really inspirational as a kid you bet. Yeah a mom's a bodybuilder. There's my mom my mom. She kick your butt. She used to squat like three hundred fifty pounds which one hundred and ten pounds. Yeah that's insane. I know i read that like when you're in middle school you got into you know different businesses and stuff and you started selling baseball cards in high school and Did you make money were you. Were you good at like buying cars for cheap and selling them for for more expensive guy would say we did okay. I did it with a very close friends lacks chandra. Big part of the business was great work. We would buy cases of baseball cards warned sorted and then basically sort them into full sets and then sell the sets and the sets were sold at a premium because somebody had to sort them. Yeah so we do that all summer but also did every possible sort of job. A kid could possibly do. Everything from newspapers. Recyclables washing cars mowing lawns. Picking weeds. anything to make a buck.

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As virus engulfs India, diaspora watches with despair

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 6 months ago

As virus engulfs India, diaspora watches with despair

"As injure reaches a new global record of thirty three hundred and sixty five thousand people infected in one day for Indian Americans the daily cost of doc needs from Daschle the homeland is a stark reminder that the pandemic is far from over cools pesa messages flood in informing millions of India's worldwide diaspora that yet another loved one has been sickened or loss to the coronavirus ingenix Patchett and could Chandra he lives in New York says not being next his family at their time of need has left him feeling helpless if they get sick and have beds are not available of this option is not available what can you do right now so that's always on the back of your mind right now the more than four point two million people like Chandra who make up the Indian diaspora in the US have watched in horror as the latest such of the virus has ravaged the homeland catapulting the death toll to more than two hundred thousand that's the fourth highest in the world I'm Karen Thomas

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"chandra" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:37 min | 6 months ago

"chandra" Discussed on KOMO

"Chandra with today's tip for kids from the American Academy of Pediatrics to keep your family healthy and safe. It's important to be ready. If disasters happen. Develop a family communication plan. Make sure your family including your Children know how to reach each other. Make a kid with first aid supplies, medicine, medical records and comforting things for your child. Finally talk about what to do when emergencies happen like streets, flooding a power outage or a fire for more visit healthy Children dot or g'kar. Hepatitis C has caused thousands of U. S deaths. It's the leading cause of cirrhosis and liver cancer and the leading cause of death from liver disease. Those who are living with hepatitis C often don't even know it. But there is good news. The state of Washington has committed to eliminating hepatitis C by 2030. Which would prevent thousands of premature deaths. If you want to do your part, the first step is a simple blood test. If you are living with hep C, it's curable. More than nine out of 10. People who receive treatment are cured and less likely to develop liver cancer or liver complications. One little blood test and you'll join Washington State in helping eliminate hepatitis C for good. Get tested. Get treated. Get cured. Visit hep dot org's For more information in Africa five year old True has no choice. She and millions like the walk miles a day during one together, we can end they're wrong..

Author Bolu Babalola on Her Book 'Love in Color'

Call Your Girlfriend

02:05 min | 6 months ago

Author Bolu Babalola on Her Book 'Love in Color'

"Blue congrats on the publication of your book love and color. That is now also out in america. The book is an anthology features. All these stories of self love love at first sight. And it's like very block stories and y love about it is that In the anthology you are flipping all of the stereotypes and patriarchal structures that usually come with the fairytale and romance and romance chandra and you know and obviously that was a very deliberate choice because you are you are someone who is You i think it's fair to call you a rom com khanna sore and anything that you do that with such joy but also are. You're very skeptical. Obviously of the romance trope. And so i am just really curious about your process when you when you set out to write this anthology. Thank you so. I really wanted it to be kind of an image to like vermont as a on comes in general as a joiner but i also just wanted to avoid with things to me. As somebody who's a veteran of the john route because you could take some people who don't respect the power environments and the power from But i do. But i also wanted to be spaced to critique and distort our expectations so that was very deliver of may so when i was going through the original stories like Story breaks ample a story about a woman who leads an army to save a people that original story was on love. Interest is kind of special advisor a second income and the original story was see a with a literally a damsel described as a bunch of course damsel in distress on. It was like brave soldier. Who was meant to save it from being sacrificed though so much in that story about sacrifice and love with people. And i don't believe that. But i do want to like reimagine what that can look like in a world where men and women are

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"chandra" Discussed on Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

07:41 min | 8 months ago

"chandra" Discussed on Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

"Where i swear. I swear to. You can no one did it. Of course no one took the chicken up to live with. That comes to mind. Great one what are your goals this next year. You had some big flights down in the ser- towel and you did this cool bibi. Where do you wanna take your flying now. I've been wondering if i should try to learned like the sort of x. outs landing techniques. You know the fly on the wall stuff griego as a tutorial on that although it's possible that those sort of landings are reserved for people. Who do we hundred hours. A year should be tried but the people aren't really professionals That's something i would really like. The what i struck me want to do is learn more about for mother. Pilots have been most of my flying life. I've been. I've been flying alone. And now these these last few years up in flying law with with with my buddies out free ride and they are just amazing pilots in the morning so much from them. Learning so much about topography in different bally's and do stuff speaking with other pilots alton in the swiss league Dirtying great job to share information. There's israeli so much where. I still want to work on than in terms of Accelerate the speed bar technique. I think i can get much better in efficiently. Flying on my bureau is yours is pushing and pulling the the speed bar in with a was the to lie. i. I've been flying to line wings for two and a half years and i think there's still so much for me to learn there. Yeah that's almost never ending. I find always get more efficient Last one rico. If you could only make one more flight in your life where would you go flight. The oh i don't know right now. There's there's a whole lot of them. There is a whole lot of them but right now we're in the midst of winter and and and they're not they're not taunting me so i asked me something else did you. Did you enjoy flying in. The dow are yeah. Yeah it's it's great lying. I'm not good at the team flying. Bet i i. I don't tend to get into flow as a team. I just like to fly alone. But it's it's men and such applying. They're such good vibes when you land somewhere in the middle of nowhere and Show with the locals and wait to get picked up Yeah that's really awesome okay. So this'll be final. One and this is even harder. So i'm ramp up for you Why why do you fly. I've thought about that quite a bit. There's a couple of reasons one is it's nice to have a mission and flying gives you a emission and it's a nice mission because you're every minute are every spare afternoon you're trying to get out into nature and spending time with nature and and trying to do something that is not really intended for humans to do and trying to do it as best as you possibly cam. I think flying is one of the best dusts. Sports could practice. Because you know if you wanna have that sort of thing because it's ages while Were you're a couple years older than me non much but you're among the world's best pilots Sports is that possible we could you can endure. Dang batch erasing exc- flying. There's no reason why it can't be an excellent pilot. Fifty years old or six years old said that it was a good choice. It wasn't why i started flying. But it's definitely why i'm going to stick with it for a long time. That's great rica. what joy man. I appreciate it. Thanks for reaching out to me and sharon with all of us here your adventure and very cool stuff up in the show notes about that. I'm sure and but thanks man. But i appreciate it. That was a lot of fun fair. Welcome good to see again and hope next on. We see each other lee somewhere at a launch and ready to take off absolutely. You was still at cheers. Thanks bye-bye rise. It's a strawberry field. 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"chandra" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 8 months ago

"chandra" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Chandra for that report on Pinterest coming up, retired Brigadier General Mark Kimmitt. We're not talking about President Biden's approach to Iran. He came in saying he'd like to get that nuclear deal from 2015 back. Is that doable? And what would it take given where we are right now? That's coming up next. It's gonna be on balance of power, and we are on Bloomberg Television and on Bloomberg Radio. Mm hmm. This is a Bloomberg 15 minutes could save you 15% or more. Is that Shakespeare? Nope. It's geek. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That Shakespeare from one of his unpublished works, Oh, would be not for awakening. Hey, give us that the Berries for 15 minutes could save you 15% or more. No, it's from Geico because they helped save people money. Well, I hate to break it to you, but I still got it from Shakespeare. Geico 15 minutes could save you 15% or more covert 19 on days when it seems there are nothing but questions. What about the pandemic Emergency purchase program in Europe? What's the medical side of this? We try to ask Good ones. How long until we have an answer on what drugs can help us. Fight it this pandemic? How do you think this has the potential to rattle markets? Does that mean we should Shut down Bloomberg Radio. The Bloomberg business happened. Bloomberg radio dot com. Rather controversial question being asked Bloomberg. The world is listening. The world's financial decision makers.

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Butterflies Are Secret Monsters

Science Vs

06:15 min | 9 months ago

Butterflies Are Secret Monsters

"On today's show butterflies. That seemed to be sucking on eyeballs. We had about it at wanted to tell you all about it. This all started the other day when i hopped on the phone with chandra maitra. She's an assistant professor of biology at north central college in illinois and. John told me that she'd seen these pictures where it looked like butterflies were feeding on the eyes of the animals. Animals like turtles. You usually see them sort of like mobbing turtles head. And it's like poor turtle looking at right now 'cause it's really getting mobbed by the butterflies. Those pictures as wow. This is incredible. And i was like why. Why are they going to be is well. We think it's the tears right. Coming from the is wait. So they're like sucking the tears from the turtle. Uh-huh studies have found that butterflies want to all these tears for one main reason. They're full of salt and butterflies. Need that salt help in nerves and muscles work on applies also slip up salt for mud puddles which is why he's known as paddling. It's called puzzling because quite often. If you're out on a hike you'll see butterflies landed around water bodies around puddles and they seem to be drinking something in the mud so butterflies on actually sucking on eyeballs slapping up tears to get salt but this mystery and has another twist when you take a close look at who shows up around the watering hall. It's kind of a sausage fest it's mostly the blokes doing all these paddling. And chandra on did why. Why are the males. Mostly scrounging around the salt. She figured that maybe this is about butterfly. Bunking it's all for the nookie detest this. She got a bunch of male butterflies specifically pipeline swallow tales. This absolutely gorgeous blue and black butterfly with these beautiful tales. They look dull when you see them in the shade but then they move into the sun and suddenly they flash. These crazy bright colors. She took these sexy pot vines. Swallowtail dudes and use them to find out if she was right it having salt up the game so she some mail butterflies salts and gave up his just wash up in a cage that some females and then watched with it with a nurse patterson exactly for awhile. My twitter handle was a voyeur. After watching more than one hundred butterfly bunking sessions. She ran the numbers and what we found was had sold actually made more frequently than males who were given water so it looks like salt was affecting They're they're how lucky baker yes exactly and what's particularly call isn't shandra even noticed that the male butterflies seemed to be showing off the fact that they had salt through the way that they flooded so in this species the the courtroom is really beautiful so the male flies around the female he basically making these vertical swoops around the female. If you're a human female walking and does a male sort of running in circles around you look beautiful. I am locale beautiful. Scrubbing through video. Recordings of these butterflies circles. Shandra that the salty fellas had the fancy footwork. Oh wing work. These little magic. Mike's took longer and more showy swoops. It was like in butterfly language. They were saying look. I have sold. Because i can fly in this way out of the researchers found that after all these dancing during the old rump. Bumpy the male injects the female a little package of salt and spam which she can then pass on to her future. Babies perhaps helping them survive so next time a photo swarms around the internet of a butterfly seeming to suck and able out of a turtle. You'll know that they're doing it for a pretty good cause to make more butterfly babies and by the way some butterflies will go to even more desperate measures to get this salt. They'll suck it. Who or dead animals. I know that there is one species of butterflies. That i that i've read about. That will drink a blood. There they're weird weird little creatures we imagine them with like rainbows and unicorns together. The butterflies are drinking tears and blood and poop that signs fasces will be back with regular episodes in much. And you wanna see what we're up to. In the meantime you can follow us on instagram. Where it science underscore. Vs on twitter at science. B s this episode was produced by nick dell rose with help from the scientists as tame. Peter leonard is out sound engineer. And if you want to sweep into the world of butterflies. New book by wendy williams called a language of butterflies. It's really delightful. Check it

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Apple's security chief charged with bribery

Pat Thurston

04:04 min | 11 months ago

Apple's security chief charged with bribery

"Security officer of Apple is among four people will indicted in connection with a bribery scandal involving the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office. Thomas Moyer allegedly agreed to donate 200 Ipads worth $70,000 to the sheriff's office in exchange for concealed weapons permits to grand jury. Also indicted under Sheriff Rick Song, captain James Jenson and insurance broker Harpreet Chandra on bribery charges. Cadre allegedly promised luxury box seats to a San Is a sharks came to sheriff Laurie Smith and her supporters so they could celebrate her re election. Lawyers from lawyers say he is innocent of the charges. City

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"chandra" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"chandra" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"Com. Okay. I'll think it's also in your bio on the show notes so they can go there as well. To provide free resources to it to my horse and also. I have an online quiz that's really fun like personality is. More about hidden forces that are driving their key life decisions, and so you would wanNA learn more about a wider kind of in the current condition they're in in their lives they might be able to discover a hidden force that's been driving their decisions from that quiz. I. Would Love People to take at it's totally free. Left more about the trainings. Actually. Excellent which Honjo thanks a lot for sharing all this about today. Off Your Choice GonNa. Well, quite well then. You because you know I, I am on a mission here and I need exposure for it and every little. And anything that I can do to help support you and your audience. I'm in it for the long haul. So let me know. I mean you glad to hear that it shows in really doubling and doubling again with the download site is GonNa Right. Direction. And I are making posts to at least ten plus caused platforms including little big ones the United States him. It's well spreads around and. I mean. How dedicated you are to be hired permits and how interesting your pastas. Thank you. Can Actors you and and check in with your audience in the future. Thanks likewise la coins and saw a Chandra thanks a lot for coming on a day palm show. Thank you have a great day you too. That's all for.

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"chandra" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

08:57 min | 1 year ago

"chandra" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"He did a Kung Fu kick at one of the spectators. That our. Just came off the football pitch and just. Started you must've known martial-arts because it's a very good, very good kung-fu kick. Flew in the area slave anyway I'm just saying that online different thing isn't it? Yeah but that's exciting story well. Maybe. That was one of people not expecting that from him. But made a joke of any animate lock TV commercial out of it and things I call invasion of doing it is i. Can't look yourself too seriously. They cannot shy. Go Talk. But. It a living a life that just a little bit. More amplified in terms of if you have a problem in May, just be a bit bigger because it's it's so visible. Area. In sports or an actor or anybody's really putting themselves out there in a public. Arena you know we'll have that extra pressure and like you said, social media, it can it can come from there in. Spain. I posted videos where I've interviewed artists and had to had to be selective about the comments that were that were made and just didn't really see that coming because the interviews that I created with. These artists were meant to to help people and CB comments. You know it just it's sad but it's out there. I think you kind of develop a tough skin. But at the same time, it's hard to release yourself clearly. The different people, different impressions of you. But getting back to your original question I, think that when I started realizing how many life lessons that people can learn from artists. So I know that your health and fitness like I am an arms a hard time say work when you're on the road playing soccer. I bet the Orange Football I. Really be mindful how you take care of yourself how you you're. You're eating where how your training and your own physical needs and exhaustion and things like that, and it's Musicians as well. Know they're. Quality Food and In the entertainment actors and singers dancers. I mean dancers and I at least anyway. Really. So you know. Gymnast Radio Almost but to. Sent me some singers also in. Someone like Jennifer Lopez. She used to track and field athlete quite good actually when she was fifteen sixteen. So. But yeah. So. Yeah. I mean sunny. They'll. They'll have that mindset where they need that postal trains, train him like a coach on the sports field in so. Same kind of thing. And I just think that everybody can learn from it because it's a it's a type of lifestyle that is extreme in a lot of ways, and so there's something to be taken from it and I started to look at these life lessons and Universal Truth and wisdom that can be shared with other people and it's it's so true. I mean same for the the corporate exact who's running themselves ragged trying to balance their home life. And as a result of seeing all of that I realized how much the key is in that live work balance and trying to create something where what I call our root system, which is basically are the different value areas of our lives in our family and career in health and fitness in friends and romantic partnerships that we have to have him shh in balanced. But it can feel like my friend says like we're boiling the ocean when we're trying to balance at all at once and so I developed a system in my roots horizon. program. Where you get into looking at your roof system in helping it helps you prioritize what to focus on. Because at overwhelm can be so. Debilitating sometimes and we all have so much to do and get done in this day and age doesn't matter whether you're a celebrity or I. As a mom I feel overwhelmed lot just a narrow. On A Dad as well. So. Has. Its moments in sometimes you don't want to get to over frustrating. Night in front of kid but. Anyway. That's another another thing because again, everyone. Parents both men and women. Not parenthoods another sub- subject we can talk about but. You set out. I think it's one of the root root systems that I was talking about you know I. Think half is a big part of our lives and some. Bettered. And you know. It's it's. Not, that complicated, really the way that I've organized it, but it does forms you to sit down and just quickly analyze your roots and figure out what what's long and strong and working for you and what's what needs nourishment, and then when you find something, you know it's it's really about being resourceful on if you don't have the resources in that area to seek them out and we were talking about some of the downsides of social media, some of the good sides are that there's a lot of support groups out there. facebook has a lot of groups I I saw one or refund loss. There's Every category you know addiction and and whatnot, and or in a positive Another positive angle is just when you're trying to do things like start a business, you know they're on you. Know. And every group you have to, there's going to be people who are like minded in an issue that you don't resonate with. For the most part are resources out there and I think in this day and age. The way that I like to look at social media is that it's a tool for connection and. You Up to ask to keep it. And I was thinking that. Everybody's feed looks different like if I were to look at your feet and were to look at mine, we'd be. Or content and to know that we have some control over that we are served up things that we don't like and things like that that we don't necessarily for all but that you buy what we've been searching on and. You come from a marketing background I'm I'm starting to look at some digital marks in hacks. You doing you know because you feel as I, don't. Seems to be working with the PLO cost him but. I WanNa make money from the coach in a bit more neck because it's going to nine is pivotal nicely. So Did you. You know stuff like that. So Am I have to change my social media feed in November tweak it's. Just really in some leads. To. It's well, there's the good news is that there's a lot ideas out. There are a lot of things that can be done to help a business or anything really and it it changes all the time too. So I think that the difficulty I one example is that. Your facebook used to allow us to grow our audience organically and nowadays it also. Asthma Asthma. It's difficult because I have a love hate relationship with facebook because it is a, it is the type of amid suits, my personality. But at the same time, I cannot roll my audience with paying for it. It's just not gonNA happen I did use social media company we were posting organically. Just, like we were on other social networks and it wasn't growing at all I mean. We data thousands and thousands and thousands. I'm Linden or twitter a would they was under a hundred on facebook and even though there are posting can consistently organic ray every day of the workweek there was no growth none at all. It. Was a good test a that you know when you're in business, you know they're young to look at there's a lot of free things you can do to job there. And then there's some things you just have to put the money behind. Onto. Youtube. Seems to be the place that who say, yeah that's where you need to go camping. We don't want to be not not by the way. I'm not video of any kind of thing that I'm not even really using you that much. But. With Youtube I don't have the you know as many followers active. That the monetization platform but for a while with these artists interviews, I turned on the AD. What happened and get you know checks for fifty cents and I. Know. It's not worth it to meet A to have my my audience have to suffer through those ads HBO to just not make much money at all. So I turned off most of my ads..

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Federal officials stockpiled munitions, sought ‘heat ray’ device before clearing Lafayette Square, whistleblower says

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

03:15 min | 1 year ago

Federal officials stockpiled munitions, sought ‘heat ray’ device before clearing Lafayette Square, whistleblower says

"So We're learning more these about air, small what federal businesses authorities of were these thinking air bars and restaurants and planning and retailers just before Lafayette also Square the airlines. in the nation's capital Anyone was who's cleared really of reliant protesters on back travel in June, these all days for President is Trump that to some walk across risk the there street some and beneficiaries hold a Bible of in that front as of the well. church. For those, Arrest of laying for example is following of Mike the story do for the business Washington Post with and people spoke who with are Como's making below. road Neil trips. Marissa, It seems Where as though federal officers you know there's a were perception preparing for and probably quite reality a confrontation that we're There safer they seem if we stay to have within been. the They confines were trying of our own to automobile. paint a number On of the different other hand, weapons. Tom of there And are we just interest found out that rate they were sensitive also stockpiling sectors on the housing live ammunition. sector is really Thousands at the top of rounds of the list of live that ammunition are benefiting from the environment in the D. C armory. that is a feature Now, perhaps of low more eye interest opening rates and record we're hearing low mortgage about, rates. We you know, deafening highlighted devices that in our story and even about a great heat dot Ray. com with That the is record right. low mortgage Yes, rates once but again, there's and two that's different course devices set off a that refinancing Department boom, of Defense officials even were with asking millions about. of Americans who could still Right before better these off that from protests refinancing onto you. and shop, First. several One of them is $2 L off rad, their monthly which a payments long range here, acoustic all right, device And let's talk that a is little actually bit about pretty common what has to not have happened a protest. in Washington It can regarding in the the very economic definite relief measure. your Not piercing only is noises. that an To disperse issue as crowds, millions of Americans but more often are it's still without used to make those benefits, loud but also announcement. we've got the shutdown So, looming. for example, Yeah, I'm reminded at a protest of for things they're allowed. my elementary People chanting school criticism L Rod from teachers could be used said to make I announcements was not for living up many to my blocks potential. that people It could feels hear like elected that officials what was in less Washington surprising Commies are following in that the heat model. ray that You know, would we have be called the active Economic denial relief system. legislation that really does need to be That passed is a to continue weapon the that was developed heightened A number of on years a point ago of benefits that that relies payroll protection on technology program very similar plenty to of microwave. need out there. There Send has out these been, I invisible would say some improving beings. rhetoric And if you're on caught all sides in it here lately, heats up the president's the water signaling molecules that he'd in be willing their skin. to sign something well And about make what it the Senate feel had like failed to your advance. skin is burning. We'll Is see whether there any they sense make progress as to why such and oh, a by drastic the way steps were being looked funding at? the You know, federal it's government hard is slated to say to run out and this but mark, way I think they in the will early end up days passing of the a protests continuing resolution out here in D. to C address and that. Alright, there has Mark. Thanks been as some always, unrest for your in insights the nights before that there is was Mark a fire. Hamrick, senior There was economic looting, vandalism, analyst etcetera. for bankrate dot A com. number And of that's cities Como's on Tom at Hudler. the early Come days on news of these time. cursed 1 50 back in Time late for your May or Propel early Insurance June. Money update. And Technology federal shares officials led have stocks said to a that broadly they lower were preparing finished for today escalation that out Jones industrials in part dropped 130 because of that, points But the S on and P the 500 day that this these will 2 happen 28. June The 1st tech heavy NASDAQ the protests composite for slid 140 By and large, peaceful. or one By all and a accounts, quarter percent. folks out there were Among singing the day's and chanting. notable decliners was There a was software no looting. stock that There were a took lot of more self policing than more than happening. doubled in Protestors price in its yelling market at each other debut yesterday. for throwing items Shares that police of Cloud officers Computer Company and Snowflake then when The tumbled rapid 10.4% escalation happened on today. the ground. It was First actually well ahead Solar of has nighttime. announced a It wasn't secondary dark at offering the mayor's some curfew 8.6 hadn't million taken shares effect. So its it's really stock unclear being sold what by an early investor they were planning and for what the solar they panel thought company won't they would need. receive These any devices proceeds for from the sale. you know the ammunition might be First easy enough solar to get. shares But today did they skidded get either 11%. of those other devices? That's your money As now. far as I could tell? They did No not. man. They were asking No woman around different agencies, no one see if anyone left had behind it, but Right for now. It the V doesn't F appear W that they were able It's a to credo obtain either that one. stands Have along we heard after anything our in fighting terms of a days response are over to these requests because our To service this point, never the stops. has Natural We're resources still serving, Committee of Congress which is why is we pledged you are to help doing our it own ongoing investigation. no matter where they That's are in part or when why they need some of us, these allegations came standing to the surface. in lockstep The person with who those brought who forward stood is so a whistle courageously blower in the case, for everyone even major else. in the DC National It's what Guard. makes us the V Says F he was W pretty appalled by Learn what more he saw on at the ground, V f w so lawmakers dot org's are looking into it. I know that Hi. I've heard today I'm Dr from Anita a number Chandra of folks who with are today's tip appalled for kids by what from they're the American hearing. Academy of So Pediatrics sure this is not the last to keep your we'll hear family about healthy all of this. and safe. That's Marissa It's important Lang read to be ready. more online If disasters at washingtonpost happened. dot

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"chandra" Discussed on Everyday Guru

Everyday Guru

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"chandra" Discussed on Everyday Guru

"It can also be really good for your relationships because you know, for example, if you know Jared has a need for security then you know, can remind him of areas that you're secure in your partnership or whatever and do that need for him when it starts to show itself and then you know, when when you're feeling maybe a little unsure about your value he can say Hey, you know, you're really contributing a lot of the show, and it was great today. I love what you said and then that can make me validate on, you know, once you learn each other's needs, you know, it's a really great way of being able to be direct and express what you need. But then also for other people to understand how to fulfill that need for you so that it stays really healthy where I can find ways of getting their needs met that are unhealthy. We get our needs met through, you know, acting out through addictive behaviors through so many different ways that we because we're when you're struggling you're willing to get your needs met even at low levels, like what I was talking about those under 5 a.m. And when you're when you're really getting those needs met at eight nine ten, they become less of an issue in your life and you can focus on the other areas that you need to develop right? Yeah, and I thought we were talking before the podcast. We talked about 30 minutes prior. So we covered a lot of ground on what we're going to talk about during this podcast is corn addiction alcohol drugs all these unhealthy. Need especially with covet people are bored. They lack a sense of purpose perhaps and as you mentioned people now they have a lot of time on their hands as you're saying Chandra Bose that people have a lot of time on their hands. They might be sick of the night the nine-to-five grind the corporate life and their sense of self-worth. Yeah, you gotta get going out my mouth off. We're going down and don't hit their self esteem and everything else. So you kind of come in to help maybe guide these people. Hey, what do I what would satisfy me am not what makes a lot of money or what? I think need but what would I stick with? Well, the needs are a really great way to start with that because if somebody comes to me and they have a high need for Financial Security then of course that would be a focus as how to create that but if it's something more like significance than feeling, you know high sense of self and self-esteem self-worth then it'd be much more about the contribution that they're offering to the world and Ed. You know being in service to that and so once you the cool thing about the quiz, is that it really it's the basis for my Consulting because if I understand what that person's need is and they understand it home and I can help bridge them to the solution a lot faster and we don't have to worry about all the other things right off the bat, you know, we can just say, oh have laser focus in on that need that hasn't been met and maybe a shape a career path that really suits that because I think especially if you're in pain over, you know, you're zoomed out and you know working for the man or whatever that no young man. I know what I have to update that's not a PC thing to say I'm gonna have update that. I made you've heard me before the podcast my politically correct now. Well, you know what? I mean the corporate I should say the corporate by but anyway, I think that if people feel like they need to have their own businesses or they have something, you know significant that they want to do and the phone number We haven't stepped into it the cool thing about you know, the I should say positive spin on on the whole, you know place and time. We're at with the pandemic is it's like a snow globe. It's been we've been shaken up after waiting to see where the snow is going to fall and it's important to explore all those things and figure out,.

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July 2020 Book News

Books and Boba

05:03 min | 1 year ago

July 2020 Book News

"We're here to let everyone know upheld holly books that you're about to add to your TB are list because. Even though the world seems to have slowed down, due the Cova, the publishing industry has not. and there's there's a there's a ton of book deals in never stops. So. Let's get started. A rewrite wants you tell us about the first book deal all right in a six figure deal. Salaam breeds acquired Hana coughs. Why a novel Queen of the Tiles! When cryptic messages begin appearing on a dead girl, social media account during an international scrabble championship in Malaysia. A girl must investigate the mysterious circumstances of her best friend's death, and uncovered the truth before a would be killer strikes again. Publication is scheduled for Spring Twenty twenty two. This feels like a like a thriller. Yeah. This definitely sounds. Like. It's going to be my jam because it has. Well why? Apple. Grapple murder because of the scrabble, yes. We so well Marvin. Like it sounds really really cool. It reminds me of called God there is this one really bad horror slash thriller movie I watched like a a long time ago. It was about like. This one girl who befriends like this antisocial girl, and then the antisocial girl. she kills herself at, but her social media account is still going, and she's like I. Guess like the Ghost of her is attacking like the girls, other friends and stuff. It was really bad breed, but it kind of reminds me of that. Is that the one where it all takes on the computer screen? Yes. I think unfunded. Right Oh my God. Yeah, you're right. Yeah, what's bad movie? I had a great time. Next up in another six figure deal Thomas and Mercer acquired world. English rights to choose me a standalone novel by bestselling authors, Test Garretson and Gary Braver. The Thriller Follows Boston Detective Francis Frankie Loomis as she unravels the cost of the death of a student intern. More Lewis's investigation uncovers a dark sight of relationships including obsessive. Affair with her professor and mentor. Gets in is the author of twenty nine suspense novels including the Resilient House series, which was adapted for TV BY A T and T. Another murder buck yeah yeah. Also. I don't know Hana's book is about a college student, so I don't know if it's both. Murder Mysteries about college students at Yeah Yeah. I mean this is definitely like if anyone has followed our booklet podcast for any period of time, you should know that we are definitely down for the detective story I think a good half of our book picks out been detected. Fiction earlier feels like it so definitely right up our alley. It's been like maybe a quarter I. Try my best to diversify hard Chandra's at the very least. NEXT UP ABRAHAMS SPOT world rights to Little Red Riding Hood and the Dragon by Ying Chang. Compass Stein illustrated by joy. Hang the picture book. retelling relocates. Fairy Tale in China where it was really the WHO ate little red, not the wolf and read his Account Foo fighter, who doesn't need rescuing publication slated for Spring Twenty twenty three. What do you feel about these like retailing's of? Fairy Tales. I mean, is there. Is there a fairy tale that similar to little red, riding Hood and Chinese culture, there is actually It's a lot darker. which I guess. Fairytales are in general. The versions that we are used to in. I guess. American culture are via highs, version of a lot of these fairy tales right? I remember there is a version of the story Chinese fable. Where there's I think two kids. Who Go visit their grandmothers in the grammar has been replaced by. A wolf or some SORTA creature. And they actually end up eating one of the kids, and I remember because they made the younger brother or sister into like little critters or something. I remember being really really. creeped out what I listen to the story Oh back when I was a kid 'cause he came on the Book fables that came with a a cassette tape, and it would be in Chinese I listen stories, and like this one was extra gruesome, and I remember I. Don't remember the details, but I remember. Like one of the kids got literally chopped up in eight so Yeah, that's not something that's not something. A child should see and yet and yet and yet.

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Why Do Hotel Offerings Always Lag Consumer Trends

Trent365

02:53 min | 1 year ago

Why Do Hotel Offerings Always Lag Consumer Trends

"To amaze me. How a lot of these discussions that I have tend to come in waves that are seemingly unrelated and unconnected and one of those that I'm having at the moment is around this idea of hotels, not really being innovative places, not always being behind consuming trains. And I think it's true whether you look at it from say fitness perspective, a SPA perspective, the food and beverage offerings the room offerings. Sustainability aspects. And we'll send you a number of these conversations happening in the comments on link. If you've been following recently, but I think whatever element of a hotel you look at it. They really not transit. They always seem to be behind the consumer trained. And I think the most obvious explanation for that would be that hotels generally trying to appeal to a wider audience. They kind of trying to be everything to everyone. And of course, the hotels will dispute that foul save yes, the extremely innovative, and in fact they're all very unique from each other, so they're not trying to appeal to a mass audience throughout most of them really are. There are some unique niche brands out there, but not a lot. And I think the reality of trying to appeal to a broader audience means that you're not willing to take a chance on a consumer trend that might not yet be widely adopted, so that makes sense. But I wonder if there's an opportunity in these I wonder if. If there if I mean we've seen hotels create specific. Floors and rooms for women only or for executives only or for. For families only for kids honestly. But even wellness are only we've seen wellness flaws and wellness rooms created. And I reckon there's an opportunity for hotels at a broad level to create innovation rooms. If every hotel offered a few rooms that had some unique innovating features, really sort of trendsetting consumers want trends that are out there in whatever elm the hotel ladies. Aric and people would pay a premium for that I. Think is certainly would I would pay a premium to stay in an innovation room, and that would allow the hotels to get some serious feedback in consumer insights into what people really think about it. So I. Don't know I think that's a big opportunity that hotels missing I don't know of any hotels really doing it if you do let me know, but I think. All of this talk about. Specific Room types and and try to appeal to certain niche is maybe they needed just create innovation rooms as part of the room, offering and Chandra premium for that and use that as market research. If nothing else, and I think it's a great story. What do you reckon innovative hotels do they exist? Are they out there or they? All just pretty much same old, same old, if so, why if not? Why not I guess?

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Biggest known explosion in the universe spotted by astronomers

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Biggest known explosion in the universe spotted by astronomers

"Astronomers discovered the biggest explosion ever seen in the universe strong numbers using NASA's Chandra X. ray observatory said the blast likely came from a massive black hole in a cluster of galaxies some three hundred ninety million light years away in a report in the astrophysical journal researchers say the explosion was so large it carved out a crater in the hot gas that could hold fifteen milky ways that's five times greater than anything previously recorded by Kohl's don't just draw matter in they also blasted out jets of material and energy and with no signs of such jets currently emerging the explosion is believed to be over by

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Biggest explosion seen in universe came from black hole

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Biggest explosion seen in universe came from black hole

"Discovered the biggest explosion ever seen in the universe astronomers using NASA's Chandra X. ray observatory said the blast likely came from a massive black hole in a cluster of galaxies some three hundred ninety million light years away in a report in the astrophysical journal researchers say the explosion was so large it carved out a crater in the hot gas that could hold fifteen milky ways that's five times greater than anything previously recorded by Kohl's don't just draw matter in they also blasted out jets of material and energy and with no signs of such jets currently emerging the explosion is believed to be over by now I'm Ben Thomas

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Biggest explosion seen in universe came from black hole

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Biggest explosion seen in universe came from black hole

"Discovered the biggest explosion ever seen in the universe astronomers using NASA's Chandra X. ray observatory said the blast likely came from a massive black hole in a cluster of galaxies some three hundred ninety million light years away in a report in the astrophysical journal researchers say the explosion was so large it carved out a crater in the hot gas that could hold fifteen milky ways that's five times greater than anything previously recorded by Kohl's don't just draw matter in they also blasted out jets of material and energy and with no signs of such jets currently emerging the explosion is believed to be over by now I'm Ben Thomas

Nasa Chandra X. Ray Observatory Kohl Ben Thomas Astrophysical Journal
Biggest explosion seen in universe came from black hole

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Biggest explosion seen in universe came from black hole

"Discovered the biggest explosion ever seen in the universe astronomers using NASA's Chandra X. ray observatory said the blast likely came from a massive black hole in a cluster of galaxies some three hundred ninety million light years away in a report in the astrophysical journal researchers say the explosion was so large it carved out a crater in the hot gas that could hold fifteen milky ways that's five times greater than anything previously recorded by Kohl's don't just draw matter in they also blasted out jets of material and energy and with no signs of such jets currently emerging the explosion is believed to be over by now I'm Ben Thomas

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Astronomers discover the biggest explosion in space since the Big Bang

BBC World Service

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Astronomers discover the biggest explosion in space since the Big Bang

"Astronomers have detected what they describe as the biggest known explosion in the universe since the Big Bang the blast came from a supermassive black in a galaxy hundreds of millions of light years away and was so powerful it plunged to ten to fifteen times the size of our own galaxy into the surrounding fabric of space professor Melanie Johnson Holly was pulled to the team that detected the giant explosion she said the discovery was made possible by advances in radio telescope technology this object was actually observed with the Chandra X. ray telescope by previous time and they stole this bubble in the hot pics replacement in the center of this galaxy cluster and they said well this company from one of these energetic out this because it would be enormous disco would be unthinkable answer they dismissed that possibility but we went back and we observed it with low frequency radio telescopes and discovered that Steve's cavities filled with radio

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Biggest explosion seen in universe came from black hole

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Biggest explosion seen in universe came from black hole

"Hall astronomers have discovered the biggest explosion ever seen in the universe it came from a massive black hole in a cluster of galaxies three hundred ninety million light years away a researcher DC's naval research laboratory says the explosion was so large it carved out a crater in the hot gases that could hold fifteen milky ways while the explosion is five times bigger than the previous record holder astronomers using NASA's Chandra X. ray observatory to make that discovery along with the European space observatory and ground

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Vimalakirti Sutra 2020 - Talk 8

Everyday Zen Podcast

09:46 min | 1 year ago

Vimalakirti Sutra 2020 - Talk 8

"Hi. Everybody am here in my house recording. Because I wanted to have a complete set of my own recordings on the Villa Sutra. I was gone the last several weeks of the seminar and Jeff. Bicknell took over for me and his recordings are available. But I wanted to have a set of my own as well so I'm GonNa Talk And share about chapters ten through the end of the Sutra. And I'm going to start here with chapter ten. The FEAST BROUGHT BY EMANATED INCARNATION. And this begins right after this silence of insecurity when he is the last to respond to the meaning of. Non Duality response by keeping silence. And so after that profound response Shari Putra at the beginning of this chapter says. I'm worried about all these buddy sought because it's noon almost and when are they going to eat and and Bill Acuity says to Shari. Put your boy. We're talking about these ultimate thing. So why are you worried about eating? Anyway I'm going to show you now an amazing meal far beyond anything you've ever seen so he enters into a concentration and enables. The disciples gathered at his house to see a universe called. Sarah Gonda Uganda. Which is located. Man has many butterfield's beyond where they are as there are sans in the forty two Ganges rivers so if there were forty two Ganges and each one had innumerable sand. That's how far away this universe is and that's how many Buddha fields are in this universe and they're the Taga named Sugandha Kuta resides and lives in that universe. It is so lofty and the aspiration is so high that nobody even heard of a disciple or a show project. Buddha Solitary Buddha there are no lesser pass only ultimate Mahayana Path exists there and in that universe all the houses all the avenues. All the parks. All the palaces are made a fragrance. They're made of perfumes and the food eaten by those bodies office is perfume. And they're they are now sitting down to eat their perfume fragrance. Food and the body side of his disciples Curtis House can see them doing this. So says to the gathering Would you like to go there and partake of that food but Mon- JUDICIARY Creates Supernatural Power to rob them of any desire to go there to eat food so nobody says they? WanNa go so then. We'll acuity without rising from his couch magically emanates an incarnation buddy southbound sort of magical being a golden colored adorned with US officials signs and marks shining throughout the assembly and. He says to that incarnation. But he's got to go in the direction of Zenith where that world is and whether all those Buddha fields and when you get there find the Buddha there ciganda Kuta he'll be eating and bought him and tell him that asks after his health and that has a request. Would you mind giving us whatever's leftover from your meal so that we can feed it to the people here in this world? So the incarnation body. Sophos says okay. I'll do it. And he looks up and immediately disappears and appears in other universe and makes the requests and the buddy sauces there. He e the request is specifically as we want this food to inspire people with lesser aspirations in the world to have greater aspirations and so all the buddies say well what what does that mean less lesser aspirations. We can't even imagine any less her aspirations and then the Buddha there ciganda Kuta says to them well. They have lesser aspirations because they live in a more corrupt world than ours. Our world is so pure. Of course we have high aspirations but there there's corruption there so they need. They're struggling to get out of the difficulty of their world so their aspirations initially are quite low but vimla courtesy. Listen that world. Nevertheless he has these inconceivable aspirations and he's wants to inspire the body Saunas so the buddy scientists say wow he must be something that if he can create a magical creature like this and live in that world and so the Buddha there said yes he is great and and he really is working for all living beings in all fields so he granted the request. He poured some of his food impregnated with all the perfumes into a fragrant vessel. And he gave it to the incarnation buddy saga and and at that time. Ninety Million Buddy Saunas in that beautiful universe said we'll go along to when he delivers the food. We would like to go to. Let's let's let us go so that we can honor the Buddha shock your money in that Saha World and honor this great visual acuity and see the Buddy Saad there so and the target That other Buddha out of the realm sugandha Kuta says well. If you think that that's a good idea go ahead. But less those living beings become matt an intoxicated. Go without your perfumes and less those living beings of the world become jealous of you. Change your body's and hide your beauty and don't think of any ideas of contempt and aversion for that very imperfect universe. Why Noble Sons? Buddha field is a field of pure space but the Lord Buddha Lord Buddhists in order to develop living beings. Do not reveal all at once the pure realm of the Buddha. So He's giving instructions to these super purified beings how to behave themselves in this less than purified world so they disappeared from there and Boof Pity reappeared in house and since they were ninety million of them it caused them to produce. Ninety million. More lion thrones like the ones he had produced before and they all sat down. So then the incarnation buddy sought for gave the vessel full of food to them acuity and the fragrance from that food permeated the entire city of I- solly and further beyond that to one hundred universes but within the city of the brand's householders and even chubby chieftain Chandra Chandra Chandra Chandra noticing the fragrance. We're amazed and filled with wonder and cleansed in body and mind and came all at once to the House of Milwaukee along with all eighty four thousand of the population of the Chubby territories. And they all bowed. And they were all amazed then Acuity said to Shari Putra in. The great disciples their reverence. Eat of the food of the data. It is Ambrosia perfumed by the great compassion. That's the source of its beautiful fragrance. The great compassion. But do not fix your minds in narrow minded attitudes dualistic grasping attitudes. Because if you do you will not be able to receive this gift. So then they said but how can such a huge assembly here eat such a small quantity of food? And of course he said you know. There's nothing to worry about. Their this food will be plenty for everybody and of course the eight and there was plenty for everybody so then As always they had a bite to eat and they got to talking about Dharma and Maliki said to the office who came from none other room. How does the Taga Sugandha Kuta who lives in your realm? How does he teach Dharma and they said well? He doesn't teach by means of sound and language he teaches by means only a perfume at the foot of each perfume. Tree Sits Buddy Safa and the tree. The tree emits perfumes. Just like the perfume this food and they smell the perfume and they attain the concentration called source of all Buddy Siva virtues and then they attain all virtuous. That's how he does it

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"chandra" Discussed on ON BOYS Podcast

ON BOYS Podcast

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"chandra" Discussed on ON BOYS Podcast

"Keokuk Iowa Iowa who you know like i WanNa right now that N- actual place I think it is actually ever heard of it but I get your point. I like. She's not where you are. Probably some differences. Yeah goes for you know Somali families and it's an as I'm saying this I'm thinking you know it isn't about like I want to have this conversation about race with with you right now. Like hey cutlets have coffee. Or let's have a play date at the park with the kids or Hey. Is Your kids struggling with this math homework. Mark Yeah Yeah exactly. Yeah you start always with your points of commonality. Yeah and you try to not make yourself feel like you know a media. Maven is trying to conduct a dialogue. Can you know what I'm saying like your Gist Janet and you're just trying to talk. Yeah trying talk to people You know that's what I meant by not building it up because we build things up so much that it's not even like that and I tell MOMS this. Just talk to your ones. Forget about what everybody says about this natural barrier between you know monster sons. They can't talk to their minds. Hey that that has not been my experience. Sometimes I have to literally say Yeah what's pick this up. They roll roll. And I'm like I have got some research gotta get there. Yeah so you are so I I was looking at your website. And we'll put this in the show notes and you have just curated and written about so many different aspects mental health and raising our boys of color and I really want people went our listeners. To be able to connect act and tap into your wisdom beyond today. Yeah so much where. Where can people find you? If they I wanNA see my written work they I would invite them to go to my site which you clearly have and it's a CWC media the group DOT com. I will put that in the show notes on her before we let you go Chandra. I would like back to here. A couple of your ideas on what we individual listeners can be doing all of us to support black boys mental health. We talked about it's multi-layered problem. None of us are going to do one thing and it's fixed but what are maybe two or three things that we can do to step forward and help be part of positive change and support for four families awesome question a couple of things I've already mentioned. which are I'm connection slash relationship get to know some people? The other thing also mentioned there's accountability and I always mention that as its own thing because it's like it's just I don't I don't I hate to say it's important but it's certainly up there in terms terms of important things that you have to do but you can only usually exercise effective accountability in the context of some kind of relationship or contexts If you don't currently know black boys by playing whatever it what I would say is a get involved. So don't read lead. White author's books about Black People read black author's books about their own stories. It's more riveting getting to read on shockers and Gorse book called writing. My wrongs which is where he talks about he was a fourteen year old kid he got a little beside himself he sets bases is just rather than just weren't cool him stayed out late well she gave him a choice he made his choice. He ended up becoming drug dealer. He ended up in prison. So read that book as supposed to you know reading something that somebody is saying about something. the other thing is read about people not issues because when you read about the people you he'll come upon the issues you read his book you will. You will learn about the criminal justice system. You'll learn about solitary confinement. You'll learn learn what it does to people. You'll learn about prisoners really like just just read about the people re and read about all kinds of different people but if you want to focus on black toys. I'm reading chokehold Paul Butler which is about police brutality and interactions between law enforcement and black men exclusively black black men. He has a whole section where he talks about. What it's like on the inside wet? It feels like to do from like man how it feels to know. The people are afraid. View it's really awesome so I'm doing things like that myself. You know as Napkin America women. I realized that doing the things I do. I because I love research I to get caught up it reading what everybody else's sails like. But what are they saying. What are they what they see as the issues for their own lives? You Know Janet night talk about one of our challenges is that we are women. I have never been a boy. I don't really know what the experience of being enjoying. The world is like which is why I had to learn a lot. I have four boys I needed. I needed to know some stuff to effectively parent in relate to these. Humans is that I was living with and responsible for and I read because that was my clothes way to enter into that and I love that you gave us so many titles and I will include as many as I can in our show notes and if you want to send me some more links. That's that's great because reading can give you these experiences Says can bring you into somebody else's world and you recognize that common and shared humanity fear joy frustration hope okay longing and you mentioned connection before we're right here we're right back. Connection connection is going to be the key exactly and also a lot of young people. I know so. This doesn't just go for the adults who need to learn. It goes for some of the younger people too so you know younger people whatever. Sometimes people don't read there. There's plenty of that too and again. Don't use go and watch you know Tom. Hanks to a film about black men go. Oh and watch abra-driver name do one more John Singleton. Who did several movies about the black? No I mean do things like that watch Jay. Z's documentary on Meek Mill. There was a black rapper in New York City. I mean some of these things you know white people just feel they just feel naturally hesitate taste like oh I don't I don't necessarily want to read a commercial on TV. And I'm like I don't know if that's a movie for me I don't know a and then that makes me think about the opposite for years and years and years it was all white movies white movies white movies and of course there were a whole lot. The people going well. That's clearly not for me right with again and and I love this conversation. I think we're going to have to have part a to Sean drab. It's such an important conversation. Thank you so so much for your time and your insights your wisdom and your heart your heart just just shows up big time. Oh that's very gratifying. To hear because I do try to focus on people thank you so so much again. I really appreciate you even asking me that is just like gold to me And I really am being sincere when I say I hope we can and Continue our connection definitely. Aw thanks for joining us. We Are Jennifer L. W. Fink and Janet Alison and we are here to support you in parenting and teaching. Tomorrow's rose men..

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"chandra" Discussed on ON BOYS Podcast

ON BOYS Podcast

13:07 min | 1 year ago

"chandra" Discussed on ON BOYS Podcast

"Two thousand seventeen. Suicide rates have been climbing. They have climbed for boys as they have climbed for girls. They have climbed significantly for black boys. Black Boys ages thirteen to nineteen or suicide rate increased by sixty percent in those years and for Children Ages. Five to twelve black males are committing suicide at higher rates than any other racial or ethnic group. Think about that five to twelve years old. We've talked about mental. Oh health and suicide on this podcast before and we will keep revisiting. This is such an important topic but we can't ignore those statistics and Dan. We felt the need to dive in a little bit more deeply and talk about what is going on with lack boys mental health and how how we as individuals parents teachers and community members can work together to support black boys mental health. We are thrilled to have with us today. Chandra White Cummings. Chandra is a mother of two grown sons. Now I believe twenty three and thirty one and she is a lawyer. Oh you're and has served as a policy fellow for MOMS of Black Boys United Chandra. Welcome thank you thank you thank you thousand times. Thank you so so what I truly truly appreciate it and I do want to say that It's a special privilege to be invited into the dialogue into the conversation. Because oftentimes you may have noticed this. Both of you that There's a lot of discussion going on about all of these topics. Suicide suicide mental health emotional wellness stick by all of those things much of it Centers around what's going on in the African American and other communities of color however often. It is the sad unfortunate case that African American women MOMS don't get invited into these conversations We are on sidelines. Unless and until there's something to be taken Cara so you've got to come down to the facility. I'm you need to meet with the Church Youth Group. I mean whatever the case may be something is wrong but now I have this wonderful opportunity. I'm so grateful. I so much appreciated to actually talk sort of a somewhat who active sense about these topics so thank you we appreciate you sharing your expertise and your experiences with us and it feels like a difficult topic to address. Janet and I are two white women who have no experience being black or raising black children so we have limited expertise. I can look at the statistics. I can't I can't tell you the lived experience and I know as well that there is. Racism certainly has a tremendous effect on black boys mental health. And at the same time there are all the other factors that affect mental health. It's not always just racism. There's all these entangled being so help us understand. Some of the interplay of these factors and why black boys struggled with mental health and why we as a society have failed to respond to that. WHOA they've all right question? And I would even encouraged made me a bigger birds view in the just the acceptance and access to mental health within within communities of color and the generational. I mean for my parents like you would never talk about going to a therapist at all. No no wasn't done. I'm curious just culturally like what is the messaging around mental health and seeking help and admitting that that hey I'm struggling and then maybe go into deeper. I feel like now Janet night. We'll just sit back. Because that's quest. Those are Ah yeah forty go. No those are all fair questions in there. The questions that everybody just about really is asking so here we go. Let me just start by saying that. I think going back to Jennifer's question I I think that mental health for black boys and really if I went abroad did out for just a moment as by way of context or the African. American community is Pretty Complex it's pretty layered But it doesn't mean that it's strange or odd or you know we're sort of on the ends of the bell curve in terms of normality and what I mean by that. Is that black boys really. This is part of the message that African American mothers. There's any community wants to get out black boys and many many senses are boys. Yeah they have some of the very same issues concerns challenges loves hates as other boys do and see I. I had to catch myself because I almost said regular boys see the messaging aging even seeps in subconsciously with us as parents so as as any other boy they have a lot of the same life experiences in life concerns. But I think what has happened is because of stereotyping Because of stigma now because of color isn't racism. This is how an so I'm going to answer your question at the same time again. This is how in the largest sense. Racism comes uh-huh into raising and dealing with the mental hopper. Black voice is that because of the overlay of historical ideologies about black families. It puts a pressure on all of the members of a black family in different ways. Meaning black bombs black. DADS know that they're boys are in many ways just like any other boy but because they're black ways now we've got another layer that we're dealing with and so we do something that A lot of trying to get conversation around which is we Over pathology is our own kids so everything they do every move they make every you know little blip that we see on the radar of their life it gets magnified and blown up to something that it really isn't so if your kid comes home and you know he gene throws his Book Bag on the Sofa he starts back to his room and he slams the door you're like Oh my God he's bipolar he's You know something's wrong with Pam and then you immediately go into lockdown juicing. Oh Gosh I don't want anybody to know about this you know. I don't think right kids from him. I don't I don't want to make him think I think something's wrong with him. But in the back of your mind you're fighting all of these things and so black boys walk around with this double burden of love trying to just be normal boys you know without all of this. Oh super imposition of baggage. Yep It is some of that a from a healthy and historically appropriate fear because as a parent of a black boy. You know that the reality is that your the sun is not going to get the break or the OH. He's just a kid if he does something in the community. Do you feel like sometimes the community. The is hard on these boys in a little hyper reactive because trying to keep them safe not giving them space necessarily to be just boys. The short answer to that is yes. I do think that has a lot to do with it. You know black mothers especially since You know factually can't get around. A lot of lasts are raising black boys Without without a father involvement without close father involvement whether that be in the home or out of the whole quite frankly mom without close father involvement so that means a lot of this emotionally falls on on a mother so all of that fear all that you know hesitation all of that is he now onto her and she carries that and so oh yes she feels afraid you know. I talked to my house. I'm afraid for my son. You know to walk out the door. I'm afraid for him now to go play like he normally did. I worry all day when he's as in school. You know you hear this over and over in quite frankly it's exhausting and it's debilitating emotionally to the parents into the caregivers but just in my experience What I have found helps mitigate that is first of all I have a based system so I do? I have to speak to that. Because that's a real thing And in my view that's also a real thing that has really contributed to what we're experiencing in the black community in terms of this appear explosion in mental health concerns for black kids in general. Because because and I'll and this is why because back in the day like when I was growing that you wasn't that anybody was afraid necessarily to talk about mental health. Both or phrases send their kids to therapists. It really wasn't necessary because if I had a problem if I had an issue my family was at intact meaning being they were available to me so I could go to my mother and say yes not right here for example sample. I'll give you a really personal example but I wanna make the point when I was in elementary No it was when I was in middle school I was stopped by guy because because I used to go to the library by myself after school and wait for my mom while he started stalking me. Well I went to my mom said some creepy guy is hanging around and I don't know him and I don't think he's in our neighborhood. My point is I had a place to go order that my mother had a place nice to go as she got overwhelmed she would go back out back and talk to her best friends who lived in three row houses right behind us so the communities neighborhoods were tight. There was an exceptional amount of accountability. That's the other thing. I think that is very very important to remember that we have lost many of the protective factors. That really shielded our kids. It's from having to even think about meeting therapist so in terms of access. I mean I understand that issue and I understand the narrative a two behind it. But you're you're looking at a community that that is really foreign to not necessarily because like. Oh Gosh you know if you go to a therapist year. You're your awful. It's because it's new to US having to even think about talking to somebody outside of our family our church. Our friends about things like that if that makes sense absolutely makes sense. Yeah it does. And it's a thought provoking point that really makes you think ask ask. Our communities have changed as our families have changed and people are more disconnected from one another and live further apart in people have to work more simply to support the family. Yes those connections have kinda fallen apart and so one of the reason why we're struggling and you mentioned your mom needing that support to. It's not just our kids that need support when the kid has stressed the the parents are stressed everybody. Everybody needs support exactly and to be told the DADS needs support to the whole system the whole ecosystem the needs of support and again back in different times Because of what you said the connectedness connection Russian is probably the biggest protective and re mediating factor. Because even if once something happens it doesn't prevent it wants something does happen Connection and connectedness is really like a bomb on these boys souls in they they need somebody that they they.

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CHP: Driver intentionally rammed vehicle with 6 teens inside, killing 3 in Temescal Valley

Morning Edition

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

CHP: Driver intentionally rammed vehicle with 6 teens inside, killing 3 in Temescal Valley

"The CHP says a hit and run collision the Temescal valley the left three boys dead and three others injured was caused intentionally Anurag Chandra of corona reportedly rammed his car into a Toyota Prius with the six teenage boys inside causing the Prius to go off the road and crashed into a tree Chandra was arrested shortly after the crash Sunday evening on suspicion of murder and attempted murder last night about a thousand people crowded into a church in corona for vigil for the boys who died Debbie Ruiz is the mother sixteen year old Drake Ruiz one of those killed she to KTLA the series of events began with what was supposed to be an innocent prank the boys were playing Ding dong ditch I'm at

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"chandra" Discussed on Lyme Ninja Radio - Lyme Disease

Lyme Ninja Radio - Lyme Disease

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"chandra" Discussed on Lyme Ninja Radio - Lyme Disease

"Benefit but a long term Problem yes so like question. I've seen this question come up a few times during the day so but I think this is the right people to bring into. What can we do to bring the oblivious physicians to the limelight? There are so so few. I was the oblivious physician for the first ten years of my practice right. Which is ironic? I actually trained in Pennsylvania then I practiced for ten years in Texas and then moved to Utah. I discovered Lime Disease in Utah. We don't live in Utah per the CDC So if your physician is thoughtful and listens to you I think you can bring him into the limelight. And if he's in a hurry I yeah. We can do that if you like. But I'm curious to know like each of you do have these very traditional medical backgrounds. How what is is there a story that brought you to to the limelight? Do you have a case that you the you could share. It wasn't one case it was Just over time observing more and more that this was one of the biggest things that made a difference in patient's lives and not being able to ignore it and I took our case. The meal was two things I have a sister-in-law who right when I got into medical school started have symptoms of chronic fatigue. Of course when you're in medical school your family thinks you're super smart is like what do you think is wrong with her. And I'm like probably in her head and EH doctors. I think. We're somewhat you tickle and you know we so I was a jackass for ten years And I was that way in the emergency I I worked in a really tiny town in Texas Thousand patients in our town and we were three hours to any city right and so I saw my failures every single day. They didn't have another choice. They could drive two hours Amarillo or five hours to Dallas or they could come see me again. Say I'm still better. What's wrong and I had this man? He was probably in his late fifties And just everything was so overwhelmingly like what's wrong sent him to Scott Y.. Ut Southwestern Baylor every place. I could send this man. Nothing seems to make a difference. It wasn't until I was in Utah and he passed away I was in Utah and I was sort of introduced by patient to say. Do you think it could be lyme disease. I said I don't know but I'll look And I look back at that man and I said He. He was my my office. Manager's father and I had failed to help him right And so that was enough for me to say I have. I personally have to change ENJ and pay attention to people when they say something's wrong and if I can't help them by sending them to a specialist. I better go figure it out. Well thank you. That's our time today so thank you. Dr Peterson Dr Chandra. It you know. It's really great to listen to these to speak about functional medicine. You know 'cause I'll be online reading articles or something and I'll come across. Somebody's hot take regarding functional medicine and it always really frustrates me to see in functional medicine discredited because in my opinion it's the most amount of good for the least amount of harm so can't have That I know right so to be able to listen to Dr Peterson and Dr Chandra suspect so intelligently about what they're doing and why why they're following this functional medicine approach. It's really great. It just seems like common sense. Doesn't it absolutely. If you have any feedback suggestions or for guest. I really anything at all. Senate email the feedback at Lime Ninja radio DOT COM. We're getting lots responses. I'm behind in responding to people that you've sent in suggestions for for. Don't worry I've read them and I will respond. Hang in there. We're just under the Christmas gun so to speak. I hope Christmas doesn't doesn't have a gun. But you know what I mean. The holiday rush all that kind of stuff. We'll get back to you. We appreciate it. Keep them coming. We really need this input. So we we give you the interviews that are going to help you on your lime journey and if you like what we're doing here at lime radio hit the subscribe button that way. You won't miss an episode so if you really like what we're doing share this podcast with a friend but if you really really like what we're doing go ahead. Scroll all the way down to the bottom of your APP APP and leave us a review. We would really really appreciate it. We need to of this December.

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"chandra" Discussed on Lyme Ninja Radio - Lyme Disease

Lyme Ninja Radio - Lyme Disease

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"chandra" Discussed on Lyme Ninja Radio - Lyme Disease

"The three main causes of disease. According to Dr Peterson. UAE A good. Marker of health is resiliency in the face of stress and the benefits of an integrative and functional approach when treating lime disease. Thanks for in a big shoutout to all you longtime lime Ninjas. You're the reason we have more than half a million downloads Aurora. And I really appreciate you tuning in in and we'd like to welcome all the new listeners. Out there welcome to lime Ninja radio. You are now officially a lime Ninja and as you know lime. Lime disease is an international problem. Each week we have listeners. Join you from all over the world and this past week we've had listeners tune in from Aurora Colorado to Virginia Urginia Beach Virginia. I was trying really hard to get that C. Can you tell no but I thought you took Aurora Heart. It's not an accident. It was a nice addition I will lure is listening to Aurora. Tell us a little bit more about doctors Karachi. Chandra Andrew Peterson Doctors Richie. Chandra is a psychiatrist who specializes in integrative and holistic approaches chits. She has been studying evidence. Based Integrative approaches for brain-based conditions for the past fifteen years and Dr Andrew Peterson is A. D. O.. And is a fellow with the American Academy of Anti Ageing and Regenerative medicine his. Integrative approach focuses on conditions that conventional eventual medicine does not treat well such as lime disease hormonal imbalances neurodegenerative illnesses. So the reason we're bringing you. This presentation from the line conference is that the functional approach to health is so important. We really feel that you should at least yourself. Self has a functional approach or have somebody with a functional approach on your team and that just means that they're looking outside the normal lines that that doctors look at in terms of what could be causing the disease. So they're looking at the three hundred sixty degree view rather than just zoning in or zooming in on on one or two pathways that could be affected and then looking for that drug. That's going to block that pathway. Functional medicine approach usually important. We really believe it here in Lime Ninja Radio Radio and think it should be part of your healing lime journey. Here is the Lyman Conference presentation. Stay tuned So this is our functional medicine. The panel. I'd like to introduce today Dr Andrew Peterson. He's a chief medical officer of health. A medical group dedicated to the advancement announcement of integrative medicine and caring for patients in a better way. He specializes in areas where he believes conventional approaches fall short including hormonal imbalances. A high rate as a lime disease chronic fatigue syndrome biotoxin illness fibro Myalgia metabolic disorders and neurodegenerative conditions the also have Dr Saruji Chandra. She is a Harvard trained psychiatrist. Who Specializes in? Integrative approaches for emotional behavioral and other brain-based conditions and her career has been spent working across disciplines spending time focused on integrative treatment for children with psychological issues and developmental delays in addition to integrative approaches as for chronic complex illnesses including chronic fatigue syndrome fibromyalgia an autoimmune illness. I want to remind everybody that today's panel we do hope to be able to have some. Qna you in a so. Please feel free to text in any questions and I had the conversation to Dr Peterson. Thank you I'm excited to be here. let's let's see so at form health Really what we're trying to do is to take care of people in a more complete way and I I really appreciate it. I was sitting here before lunch. Ended and there was a musician whose gonNA play an and The emotional nature of.

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Kevin Nash Among Those Picked For the WWE Hall Of Fame

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:48 min | 2 years ago

Kevin Nash Among Those Picked For the WWE Hall Of Fame

"So we got hall Nash Hogan and Ex Pock going into the hall of fame in Twenty Twenty as the N. W. O.. All are already in Spin Your wacky and Batista is also going in and that leads to this person's question here. I find it weird that out of everyone that was in the N. W. O.. Only Hogan Hall Nash. And Chandra being inducted in the hall of fame might get the first three guys are important because they're the founders but sean being the only other one added his weird especially since guys like Diaz in big show joined before him. Listen really listen my friend. The hall of fame is a Gimmick. The hall of fame is a Gimmick television ratings and to get people to buy tickets. And you do that by presenting big stars and on top of that even if you consider this a real hall of fame which it's not yes. DB OSCE was in before xbox but was a manager who did nothing in one day just disappeared like there was nothing nothing hall of fame worthy about the end of the the big show was in there as in and out in and out in and out he turned fifty five times. Seems like the core of the group Shaan Waldman was a core of the group. He's actually one of the guys you think about when you think of the show as well more so than the big show but at the end of the it doesn't matter Shawn's available and they want the four guys all their. They want to sell tickets based on their names and Batista's name the fact that the announced everyone so far in advance tells me they probably weren't happy with how things went last year. So they're getting all these names out here now to sell a whole bunch of tickets and I'm sure that someday big show is going to go in as has the big show the pregnant. I want to do that when I and then later they can put him in with this faction that faction but I don't think it should over think who's going in they want and stars to be given rings that's it and obviously they got a quota so you can have a woman this year. You can have a legend this year you you can have whatever their pioneer wing is this year. I mean that's just the way things are going to go. It's a payday. It's a rang that later on. You can pawn if you need to you. You know that there's it's hey it's it's a celebration and it is what it is. So is Shawn Watson not in as a member of the X louden they deacs not lou the wwe hall of fame takes win last year. So shall Walkman in with that yes so there's a possibility now that he's in with the end of Yo that we can still. Oh get the one-two-three kid inducted into the hall of fame and Shaul Maltman can get into the hall of fame three times maybe we can give him some lightning kid as well tube. At least the one two three kid has got a chance to make it into the hall of fame. That's what you telling me. Yeah they're multiple people in Multiple Times. I'm sure that's what's the record. I want to see him. Go in. I mean could bury layers twice. He's probably go in three times. You may be in three times by now. I think he's only emphasize though we'll never run out of people people I know you think that we will because they have to bring in so many people. We've already ran out of Michael. No no we're repeating. Listen to me very dr so can make it in the repo man can make it in a demolition smash can make it in Who else was it? The Golfer could make it Mike. You're you're you're missing my point my putting in the a Golfer you've already ran at a people by putting people in twice you've already ran at a people. We ran out of people. The Madison Square Garden Ring. Bell is actually should be in the hall of fame. It's in my own personal hall of fame. That distinct Rengel should be in the hall of fame. That's the direction we're going with this thing actually is we're going to get nanometer objects objects into the hall of fame because we've already got gimmicks going in concepts like the end of your show groups I I guess that's how you're calling this but like why not just have random things things the gobbledygook egg could be in the hall of fame soon.

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South African President confirms longtime Zimbabwe leader Robert Mugabe died in Singapore

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:57 min | 2 years ago

South African President confirms longtime Zimbabwe leader Robert Mugabe died in Singapore

"The former leader of zimbabwe robert mugabe has passed away at the age of ninety five. Yeah that's right in many respects. It's not that much of a surprise because according to the reports that i've been reading he had been in hospital in singapore since april so clearly he was failing he he was in very weak health and i guess as well that <hes> even before you had the hand over of power to amazon and gangway. There were signs that he was losing his grip. That was very fraudulent bradshaw. Some of his speeches have been rambling and of peace so to speak but not that much of a surprise but i think that it's very it's very difficult when you want to know about him all talk about him because it is such a mixed legacy on the one hand hey was this man who was the the icon of the struggle for rhodesia's them was to gain its independence become zimbabwe. He had actually served time in jail. He spent about ten years in jail. He dove asleep. He's obviously suffered heaping tortured etc but he comes out of out of jail he <hes> he co found zanu p._f. Of becomes the leader of the group you then have these campaigns which quite militarized to actually achieve the goal of getting zimbabwe's independence. He becomes the first post independence of prime minister restoring the country. <hes> is generally seen in the beginning to have done all the right things because he worked for a halt on actually giving black people the black majority some some sort of economic have some sort of economic power also <hes> giving them healthcare doing all the right things and then something went very badly wrong it was it was as if he became came corrupted by his own success and that when the elections were held to select a new president <hes> they were effectively rigged rigged. Even though of course that was vehemently denied he did work at one stage of morgan chenggong who was one of the main opposition leaders that he was up against they had this very uneasy alliance alliance mr chandra of course passed away a few years ago and really he's he's basically he. He had to give up power because it was getting obscene and it seemed that the straw that really broke the camel's back. We'll see second wife grace mugabe because these the inference war was that he was trying to line her up as his successor even though she had no the political qualifications as qualification for the job was that she was married to him so it's a very mixed african legacy yes. They were the good things but they were also so the negatives. Let's not forget as well that turn this country was once dubbed the breadbasket of africa. It is now dependent on outside assistance. It had crazy rates of inflation so it was very difficult for ordinary people to live and when you look at the trickle down effect on the very human level there were stories about people who are having to cross over the border into south africa teachers for example working a sex workers because they couldn't get any money things were that tight so very very mixed legacy didn't have to be that waypoint clung onto power and corrupted him

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"chandra" Discussed on She Who Persisted

She Who Persisted

05:22 min | 3 years ago

"chandra" Discussed on She Who Persisted

"Apple mar Glenn and Purna Chandra Mishra on the menstruation festival or Raja power of the goddess in the Indian state of Asai or ISA, basically, this is a festival of menstruation of the goddess who is known as Hartron be critiqued. Yeah. Talk Koran bus sued hot and drought pot throw pot and the term barrage of power, basically means that the festival is of the Menzies of the goddess so it takes place between June fourteenth and. Eighteenth. And the earth is basically said to be menstruating. It's believed that for humans to plow or dig the earth during the metro period, violates her and makes her unhappy. So instead they have a festival so the main participants in this festival are women and men from the agricultural community, but members of various social areas also take part in the festival and each day of the festival has different meanings and different ceremonies. I'm not gonna go into all of them. But I will say that the one goddess celebrated in the festival festival is known by four different forms each manifestation is thought to symbolize a different aspect of the great goddess. So for instance, the gar the goddess Hartron d is mother earth who is said to be menstruating during this festival on the other hand, the goddess through potty is remembered and worshipped as the heroine of one of their epic stories. However for the participants different manifestations of the goddess are, not always distinguishable and Hartron is frequently identified as through potty and leading voters of both forms of the goddess speak about them, kind of interchangeably women and men believe that both Ropati the goddess in carnet as Epoc heroine of their epic stories and Hartron the goddess of earth have menstruation in common and moreover women see themselves identifying with the goddess and consider themselves as part of the goddess because they also menstruate just like the goddess. They believe that are representatives of the goddess and that their menstruation is given to them from the goddess. So during this period, there's a annual menstruation course of the goddess is worshiped in the temple the temple stays closed for three days, then reopened receive pilgrims and worshipers. It's one of the most important pilgrimage sites in the world. This is the comma hot yacht temple. And it attracts millions of isitor's each year, particularly for the Ambu botchy Maala festival, which draws upwards of one hundred thousand pilgrims per day for the four day festival. So here's one that is maybe a little more positive. Yeah. I mean, there's a huge difference between looking at regarding your menstruation as what as the thing that makes you similar to go this than than regarding it as filthy and impure, so it's a very different type of physician. I mean, they also, you know, they're not clouding the fields because they think it would make the goddess angry because she's menstruating. So like don't make anyone angry while they are menstruating. This is something that we've seen before it turns Beatles. But at the same time, you know, there is a positive connotation, even though there's this is not impurity per se. It's like we don't want to upset the goddess. So we're going to venerate her and all women can be a part of that. And this still I mean a difference between you know, ideas that maybe. Lead to respecting women more because menstruation is seen as something powerful. And then on the other hand ideas that lead to women being disrespected because some straight, and I think in that case, it's more like the first one. Yes. Yes. That wasn't an English sentence. But you know, what? I mean. I get it. Yeah. So I just wanted to say full, listen as if you're interested in if you're interested in goddess, a goddesses and cults and colts, but religious traditions surrounding goddesses got us believes that you check out a very fest episode where we talked about spring goddesses and the pagan origins of Easter, and you should listen to our episode Twenty-three, which was about someone solstice with the head the motza. And who was who was one of our hosts full before relaunch, so. I think those two in those two episodes. We talked it out about goddesses. Yeah. And that might also interest you. Yeah. And then the last one that I'll talk about is Shinto. So this is a Japanese national religion. Menstruating women are not only seen as impure during their cycle. But they are permanently impure merely due to the fact that they straight which is also something that we heard often today. Yeah. There's the idea that commie the spirits..

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"chandra" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"chandra" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Her himself doesn't work out and if he was savvy enough to get someone to do the deed for them it wasn't savvy enough to make himself look completely innocent well this theory doesn't hold up to a lot of scrutiny it does seem to be the most popular things to the inordinate amount of media attention at got still it's more plausible that condit killed chandra and covered it up himself rather than pain are mondo morales to pin the crime on ingmar wendy gay they're just too many variables condit himself couldn't possibly have controlled so what about what used to be the official story that ingmar on decay killed chandra levy more or less at random well it certainly does tie up the most loose ends of any other theory but it's still just as unconfirmed as of this recording one deka has been cleared of his charges regarding shandra murder and deported to el salvador there's just not enough physical evidence to say for sure that he's the killer because of that we have to believe he's innocent and that means we have to believe the official story that sean levi's death is a murder case that will remain on solved and none of the conspiracy surrounding gary condit ignore guan decay or the massad are true sadly shawna's murder case might remain unsolved for good there were just too many mistakes made early on in the investigation for the real killer to be caught and brought to trial that can be tough to hear for truth seekers and anyone out there wanting justice for the death of a remarkable young woman worst of all for shandra parents.

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"chandra" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"chandra" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Loose end i almost hate to ask but his there any evidence to support this theory as thrilling as the series of events may sound and as popular as this theory might be on certain parts of the internet it really has no footing in actual case evidence yes shawna did work for the government and yes her highly publicized death was a few months before the deadliest terrorist attack on us soil but that doesn't mean that those two things had anything to do with one another our team here at the podcast wasn't even able to independently confirm her trip to israel at least not one that fits into the timeline suggested here and as with any popular theory you have to consider the source most of the information were able to find on this theory traces back to a highly antisemitic website that sought to cast chandra as part of a jewish shadow government that has no basis in reality so where would we rate this went on a scale of one to ten is zero option really although we try to keep an open mind about genuine theories this one has no basis in fact and even perpetuates dangerous racist stereotypes against jewish people we only bring it up because the theory of shandra as a massad agent has gained a lot of traction in certain corners of internet web sleuthing forums and rest assured all of our research on the subject has resoundingly discredited any circumstantial evidence which original source of the stories to imply shandra was an international spy so this theory at least fits into the firmly debunked category i'm afraid so but what about the more plausible theories do you think there's anything to gary condit's involvement in shawna's death while he certainly lied about being an adulterer that doesn't necessarily make him a murderer the time line for condit to have committed the murder.

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"chandra" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"chandra" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Shawna's apartment there they found two half peck suitcases for her flight home an empty refrigerator a sink full of dirty dishes into purse containing her driver's license credit cards and cell phone susan levy said of the apartment everything is there but not my daughter it just seemed as if she had stepped out of the house for a moment planning to return soon when of the investigators trying to search your laptop for clues as to where she might have gone but he wasn't a trained computer technician instead of bringing up her search history he corrupted it setting the investigation back weeks only up someone search history shouldn't have been that difficult should it even for someone who wasn't necessarily trained well remember this all happen seventeen years ago computer training was probably not as widespread in the police force as it would be today even if that's true why would an untrained investigator volunteer for the job anyway seems like a huge oversight indeed it does but this was only the first of many blunders during the early investigation the second blender came when police tried to obtain footage from the security cameras outside chandra's apartment to save money on their pre digital cameras her apartment building only held the tapes for seven days before recording over them by the time investigators obtained a warrant to search inside chandra's apartment they were three days to lay to pull the tapes from the day shandra disappeared it wasn't as if the police didn't have the common sense to check shoulders apartment immediately it was the first place they went on may sixth after the call from her parents but they never picked up the tapes or even requested davutoglu them blunder number two for the next two months there were very few breaks in the case shandra computer remained inaccessible and no witnesses came forward the police and.

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