20 Episode results for "Chuck Rose"

Chakra Breathwork To Relieve Stress, Calm The Mind And Raise Vibrations

My Seven Chakras

17:30 min | 4 months ago

Chakra Breathwork To Relieve Stress, Calm The Mind And Raise Vibrations

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It's great to talk to someone in confidence. She's helped me sort out quite a few things and right now you save ten percents off the first month when you go through better help. Dot com slash. Save better help dot com slash save. Got it in today's episode. We're going to do a really soothing. Relaxing breath work meditation to balance. Your chuck rose aleve stress and allow you to slide into sleep. The senate shot swirling for energy throughout the base of the spine to the crown worth thousands of this ancient jewish has been measured to cycle. What are the functions of these energy centers and cook these chocolates. Help you unlock lured destiny and find your purpose. Welcome to mosh set chocolate and now your host. A giant kumar. What's up action tribe here. Host and founder of my seven jugglers and certified brentwood instructor. And my goal with these sessions is to demonstrate. Do you the effectiveness off breath work and to support you. My journey with this broadcast began. When i somehow stumbled upon the knowledge of the jokers or with daniels back. Now i still remember listening to a guided. Meditation and as i visualized the energy inside my body. I felt a sense of relaxation and relief that i hadn't felt before some of you have done. Chuck are before and for some of you. This might just be the nudge. You need to make a big change in twenty twenty one. I can just feel it. So if you wanna jump straight ahead to the meditation portion then just skip forward but allow me to. I explain to this meditation before we dive in. But promise me one thing that you'll do the meditation and if you feel a shift if you notice a change if you feel relaxed you're gonna send me a quick email letting me know exactly how you feel after sounds good. Do promise okay. So we're going to do an all humming meditation today featuring deep in hills and slow extended exiled from your mouth. You see from a scientific standpoint. When you extend your exists you end up stimulating. Your vagus nerve are vegas nerve. This nerve is the longest nerve in your body that runs down from your brain stem all the way till your stomach and stimulating. This nerve sends a soothing harmonizing signal all across your party switching off your negative stress and switching on your rest and digest branch of your nova system or we're also going to do is humming. Have you noticed that when you hum your favorite song it takes you back in time back to the glory days you feel different and much more relaxed all right well. Science now confirms what you intuitively always knew that humming further amplify is the stimulation of vagus nerve allowing you to really need lax and release stress and the tones at. We're going to harm. Today are some really powerful mantras And nine which basically are three parts of the mantra home. Aw wu and now this meditation in minutes without fail. This is gonna be a four by twelve meditation which means you're going to breathe in for four counts and then you're gonna breathe out for dwelled comes four counts per mantra. Four counts on a four guns on. Ooh and then foregone nine and forty affect you're gonna imagine projecting the web rations into specific yuccas off your body when you say You're going to imagine projecting the sound into your root chakra your pelvic region at the base of your spine. This region has to do with your sense of survival your grounding your connection and your belonging to the earth and this barred also has to do with creation and sexual expression and creative expression also. So it's literally the birthplace of you when you do you're going to send the web rations into your heart region which has to do with unconditional love appreciation ballots. Right because the heart is literally between the heaven and the earth switz- the center of balance and love and healing and finally when you say Project the sound into your turgai are the pinal gland you see. Attorney is the space for alternate on. Shis this is your connection to source to the universe to the dow to the 'cause moss and your pioneer land in particular when activated will further. Facilitate your connection and your communication back and forth from beyond the wheel. Does that make sense so these three checkers are like gateways. Right and in the traditional chinese lineage. They're called dante jones but keep in mind. Don't do this while driving. Or if you're in water being a place where no one will disturb you for at least ten to fifteen minutes because the after effects of this meditation is bliss. Alright so let's begin so find a comfortable place and be seated on a chair or sitting in a lord of sponsor or even lying down on your bed we do back street and think about one thing that you could feel grateful for right now. Where does that one thing one person or one expedience that you have in your life right now that you really could feel grateful for an imagine. A wom comforting energy starting from your heart and slowly radiating and spreading across your entire body across your chest warming up your arms your hands your torso going down your waist warming up your legs your ties your feet going up your neck warming up your fees the back of your head years and the top of your head in dire bodies covered in a warm gordon energy of gratitude and appreciation and you are ready to work with your chuck russia's ooh Ready in hill three unrolls own a taking the oxygen through the nose At the at the heart in gusty oxygen own a wide range of your favorite your choice. Any owner imagine white light. And it's you project. The sounds a white light up your spine. Janine keep on taking it In here a any read it in a in a only you can dig david project and defined You ooh you. You take it in ohio. Me only do take a few seconds to absolve the silence and the vibrations that you have created for yourself. If you need to. You can press pause right now take your time with this all right so if you are playing this it means that you have a few minutes of rest and relaxation. How did you enjoy the session. Did you feel better do feel a bit more relaxed now or maybe a bit more calm. If you did send me an email do ag at my seven jaquez dot com or. Let's connect on instagram. My handle is my seven chuck. Does you see these sessions. That i do. And i spent a lot of these sessions that have no use. If i don't get to hear stories about how it affected you. And i will read out the most inspiring email on a future episode. And if you aren't give you a shout if you enjoy decisions and you warn more than also shared with a friend of yours. Maybe your friend or your mom your dad. Your sister. Dilemma bart about breath. Work number chuckers and now that i'm telling you about the science and the evidence behind it the vagus nerve. The nervous system stress hormones. You can actually explain it to your dad or mom or friend or aunt or uncle and tell them you know this is spit it but this is also science and we are blending spirit and science for the martin mind. One more announcement. One of my goals for twenty twenty one is across dan thousand subscribers on youtube because my goal is to add some really good videos as well as our podcast views on there and the moment whereabout thousand five hundred and forty five subscribers. But i know that we have hundreds of thousands of regular parkas listeners. On here so if you want to support me and if you ought to be subscriber number thousand five hundred forty six and receive evidence based practical views on breath work and healing then visit my seven jokers dot com forward slash youtube. That's my seven. Chuck does dot com slash creating a youtube gratitude army and our love for you to be barred off our founding tribe or on youtube and until next time adopt your soon introducing touch free payments from paypal a safe way your customers to pay whether you're a market seller tomatoes and cucumbers poodle pamper piano tuner or plummer signing up to accept touch free payments for your business is easy simply download the pay pal app and display your own unique. Qr code for your customers to scan touch free. Qr code payments no seller fees until twenty twenty one not applicable to papon transactions. Other fees may apply shop safe with pay pow. Thank you for listening to my son. Shot at mice. Chuck dot com mind s. e. v. chocolate dot com.

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Freedom

The Daily Meditation Podcast

13:23 min | 2 years ago

Freedom

"This is episode one thousand seven hundred and fifty welcome to the daily meditation podcast. I'm Mary medically, and I honor you for showing up for yourself today as you get ready to meditate in today's episode. We are mid week in our series on how to manage depression using meditation tech Niks and in today's episode you are going to discover a meditation technique to help you feel grounded. And that's not how you feel when you feel depressed. In fact, you often feel stuck when you feel depressed, you may feel like you don't have many options. To pull you out of your depression. And I want to share with you habits that lead you to depression. Now, you may think it's a little bizarre that I'm going to share with you habits that contribute to or keep you feeling depressed. But I always say that the best time to prevent any kind of emergency in your life and depression is definitely an emergency that you should pay attention to. So when you know, the path to depression, you can take yourself off that path because you will be aware of the dangers lurking there many times, we don't intentionally mean to fall into depression or anxiety or feeling stressed and overwhelmed. Nobody wants these mental conditions, but there are certain things that contribute to or keep people feeling depressed. And you may not realize the dangers of the habits that put you on the path to depression. So I'll share with you a few of those habits in today's episode, and they are so vital to know. About that. I will continue to share the other habits you should stay away from and the remaining episodes of our series. So, you know, the full daily guided meditations are on the sipping own meditation app. And this is for you. If you want to go a little more deeply into this topic of depression, managing depression, and you can try the app for two weeks free access to over seventeen hundred guided meditations including this weeks series for two weeks. And there is a journal that goes along with each week's series. That's very valuable that you may want to have for yourself this week. And there is also a slowdown guy that is customized for each week's series. Just like the journal. So again, it's the genome meditation app, it's an app I put together for you. If you wanna go more deeply into fully guided meditations so four the habits that contribute to depression. The number one habit is not being physically active. When you feel depressed, you often feel like you don't have any energy, and you begin to lose interest in activities that once were pleasurable. Well, it could be a continuation of inactivity that you created as a pattern in your life. And this pattern can lead to depression. If you do. Some kind of movement every day for even ten or fifteen minutes, you could turn on a YouTube video and move around and dance or do a hit sequence or you could lift some weights do some bodyweight exercises. This can greatly benefit your mental health or you could walk research shows that win you walk for thirty minutes. Three to five times a week it effectively decreases, your depression, and it improves long term outcomes. If you're already feeling depressed, and how this activity works with your body and brain is that your feel good hormones, dopamine and serotonin. Are boosted when you move your body. So make sure that you are getting some kind of movement along with your meditation. I always say move your body every day and meditate every day. Now another habit that can put you on the path to depression is having poor sleep patterns, and what happens here is that. If you go through a cycle of time where you're not really paying attention to your sleep. Maybe there's a project that you want to finish. And you're working really hard on it. So you think oh, it's okay. If I go without sleep for a few weeks or two if I interrupt my regular sleep patterns because I'll get right back to my regular sleep ritual. As soon as this project is done. Well, what happens is that you actually. Can set up a never ending cycle. Where? Your lack of sleep contributes to depression, and then your depression contributes to your lack of sleep. So you get yourself into a dangerous psycho. So make sure that you have excellent sleep habits. It's vital. If you have to think about okay, I could either stay up and get this work done or clean, the house or whatever may be spend time with someone. Or get a good night's sleep. Choose the good night's sleep. Because it's that important to keep you off the path to depression. Now, I'll be sharing more. Dangerous pass that can lead you to depression in the upcoming episodes for now, make sure that you're moving your body. You're getting enough sleep. And of course, here you are meditating. So you are taking yourself off this path to depression. If you find yourself depressed, or you are making sure you don't go down those paths that can lead to depression. Wouldn't you have this awareness? It's powerful. So many times we feel. Oh, it's okay. If I stray a little bit, but when you stray a little bit from good habits for your brain and body it can wreak havoc in your life. So put your self on the right path. And as you settle yourself down to meditate today. Your technique is to help you feel grounded. Now, this has to do with a Chuck Rah. Chuck rose, our energy centers energy cycles are patterns in your body that have to do with your emotions and your thoughts and memories, and so to feel grounded right at the base of your tailbone, it's referred to as your cock six. This is your first chunk raw the color is red this, vibrant, grounding color and the element is earth. So as you're seated in a chair on a cushion or on the ground feel yourself rooted or grounded, and as you do. Do so bring to mind a time in your life when you felt connected and ground it when you felt supported. And think about. What was the path that puts you there? Where were you? And who were you with? What habits did you have in your life at that time? What kinds of things did you think on a regular basis? What habits and thoughts people put you in this? Place of feeling granted. Reflect on this as you meditate today knowing you are so worth slowing down for.

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Colton - Such A Good Guy!

Not A Single Fork

26:20 min | 3 months ago

Colton - Such A Good Guy!

"Uh-huh mrs doubtfire. Not a single fork. Here we are. I'm gonna tell you. Banja i'm candice calmly and i have to tell you that mercury in retrograde for this episode because we had some technical difficulties. Oh my god. It just wouldn't stop. It was one thing after another. Yes well had okay. So the first thing that happened was i thought self self computer needs to be updated. So it's you know it's an hour hour and a half before the interview. So i say okay yeah update and restart well holy shit. It didn't research it. It did but it took it and not in our not in time for our interview it was terrible and then we then we were just trying to bring up the adobe audition software so that we could just record and then i had to restart it again because it was in some fucking loop so we tried to do a squad kassar interview with this person because they live in el reno which is like two. It's to our country ex us border. And then his his wifi was not very very bad. He could not unu- his side of the microphone. And we were like fuck this. We're just going to do it over facetime so we can see joe serve. This one does sound a little different. That's why we will sound different. We did up. We did a face time interview with colton to work around. We did yeah with colton and words. Yeah he's one of our really good buddies in the food industry he is. He's a great guy. He's just a good person. He's really just a good person. He's he's well rounded he's he's he's a bartender. But i wasn't soft-spoken but he's not. He's just he's up for anything. Oh yeah like. He's he's such a good guy. Yes such a good good person. Yeah so you'll good more such a good good good good good person good. He's a good person guys and you get to know him a little bit. More in our interview yeah. He talked about a lot of kind of the subject. Matter was it was thoughtful. He's thoughtful. Yeah so this this one is a. It's a different take from some of our funnier interviews. But i think you're going to enjoy it. He has a lot of interesting things to say. And perspectives on things. So here is colton edwards. We've got colton on facetime because technology sucks and we're gonna do a little interview with our colton. Yes so we're gonna talk about how things have changed specifically with regard to food and cooking during the pandemic. yes. Because i think everybody's kind of interested in how all all people are coping with going on well and i think there's some funny and stupid shit that we've all done so colton. What do you do like what do you. What's your job for a living a bartender at in they're all broken arrow and i get to see these lovely ladies about once a week every wednesday so they can get their chips and dips in. Want and are colton fix. That's right so more and more importantly if you weren't there we wouldn't come. that's for sure. So were you off work at all or does your schedule change with the with cova like even in the beginning or like any any of that at the beginning of first off we definitely started falling hovis protocols right we significantly lower. Dna tables in the restaurant third. We have everything separated out. We're adhering to max parties of sakes. We're not doing reservations. Just first come first serve which is good and bad just because it's just different. Yeah people hate it but once everything really started with the whole hand to make we definitely shut down for three months okay. So you're at home for three months. We saw we were going to be able to do just to go. Orders at the beginning did with cost of labor in everything taken effect. Be relax. just shut down months we were shut down and then we were able to reopen the restaurant. And we're still running at a third capacity tomorrow. We normally okay so in those three months you were home. Yes okay so and orono with my boyfriend and we were as one bedroom apartment or the three months and this was a new relationship. Then wasn't that good test and you're still together. Yes yes yes yeah. We're still together and we needed more space. That was the decision. That was the decision so good job. Good job staying together staying strong. Because i know some people that didn't work so well like that transition. They didn't make the cut. Yeah no not at all. Go ahead oh. I was just gonna say so so your home for three months. What what he do anything weird did you. I mean not to this whole workout plan and all these healthy meals and we were going to do this every day and then ended up drinking like a twenty four pack of beer every we didn't take the dogs on the walk but other than that. We just went to walmart new video game about once a week and play video game and drink beer bros. chilin frat boys drink beer and play. Radio was a good idea. But i think i want to have a beer. Yeah inches now. We're doing what better at the very beginning me did so before all this. Did you guys cook at home before the pandemic and before covid like were you guys. Is your food routine like cooking at home. Did you get a lot to go food. Did you guys go out to eat a lot. What was that beforehand assert before before cove. It happened before cove it happened. I was still working at a gym as well. Okay i was very. I had my set neal's out that i would eat all the time at home as well. I mean we are. The start of our relationship was basically at time before covid. So i didn't really understand his like the meal. Prepping all that stuff. As i started being around her more morsi pretty clean. He knew exactly what he was eating. Every watch dinner breakfast would have this shake at this time. We were set in our ways and then once cova did hit. We were lazy yes. Did you find that you cook more at home with just get so many frozen items just in the oven and call it good. Yeah so you totally went on vacation. Yeah so so. It wasn't one of those things where you're going okay. I've got all this time. I'm gonna learn how to cook. Yeah well and that was the other thing because of the beginning with the pandemic going on we can get our unemployment at the very beginning. No one really knew what was happening. We were like. I have two thousand dollars in my savings account. We have to stress this. We need to get the easiest things to cook. We can't make amazing dishes right now. Like we have to. Which i understand now like. Hey it's easy to to go on the outside of the stores and get your fruits and veggies and you can free so much. Now that i've started actually cooking but at the very beginning we were like we gotta get what we can because there was a food shortage for a lot of is. There wasn't a lot of things so i just knew. Hey freezer stuff third in the freezer thawed out and that way it's easy it's cheap and we don't have to stress about money either because we didn't know what was happening was our money. Yeah so did you find the after all that and things kind of settled down like. Did you cook more than did you make some dishes that maybe you hadn't made before or like do some experimenting or like be a little more open to cooking at home yes so like now we are very. We're starting to do our healthier dieting against so we do now. We cook at home basically every single time that we can. We might go out to eat like once on the weekend like our friends are out in southern that like we stay pretty much cooking at home we just. I mean we baked chicken. The roast chicken we air fry chicken. Chuck rose stakes. I mean we try to just do like our meats and veggies in like a white rice or potato just to get our cards in. But i make a lot of random okay. So that's what we want to hear about make gumbo for the first time. How'd that go this coming weekend. Okay have you made anything navy tomorrow. We'll see have you made anything that you hadn't made before like during quarantine time never coach so. I've made a lot of off air frying chicken. Yeah never made honestly never cooked before like my stuff was so because i work all the time i get the microwave vegetables and i go so much like i would just ground hamburger like brown hamburger thin. I would just do like finances as hamburger meat with like a package of like the brussels grouchy through the microwave by goes very not cooking. Friendly just slips third in the microwave go. Did you throw the beef in the microwave. No okay well. Thank god good. God she's candace was very concerned. Oh no i will cook my eggs in the microwaves. They cook so quickly on the stove. Top is. I don't think that's i know i don't think that's a time saver kaput okay rubbermaid containers and it will make a perfect square for your bread with your so. You can have a sandwich. Okay so is there anything that you try a lot of new things but was there anything in particular that like you were excited about like you were like. Oh i've never made like brad. And i can't wait for it to smell the house like yummy year like not bread but like whatever whatever this is honestly like made my first chuck roast. Okay excited because i remember like going to my knee like when i go to nana's my parents house like if they have chuck rose like in the crock pot. Yeah yeah just just a crock. Pot meal basically but like for so long when you walk into a house the yeah the smells good and it smells like home. And it told me definitely pantley. The chuck ross was my favorite likes are okay and how did it turn out deboned before i just go out towards now. That's fun. yeah but you know. It cooks with the bone it has more flavor. Yeah so i would not say that was a mistake yano but but have you. Did you create anything over this period of time. That maybe was a big disaster. Was a mistake. And you like. I will never fucking do that again. That was a nightmare. A we're trying to do. I really love our air fryer because it's another airframe cards. You'll have all that like fried. Food is just near nate fried chicken but we saw that they marinated chicken breasts in my pickle juice in those like oh like this pie be good. Yeah well we just put it in pickle brine and we put too much of the packets of the brine in there and it was the salting smiled. We ate it anyway. This must fried ended anymore. Yeah chicken was like neon green. Do you have a picture of ood. Yes you take picture. We did not take. Oh darn it. Oh my gosh. i would've loved to have seen. It was like to not brian and the chicken breast itself as like neon green. This is probably gonna be pickles. That's going to be just good tart. Oh god i agree. Yeah that's what i was thinking too. So have you. So you're another air fryer. We had an interview another interview as well. She loves her air. Fryer so you use your air fire a lot. Yeah especially. I mean just that way when we're trying to do the healthier stuff like we don't have to because everyone loves french fries. Everyone loves fried potatoes. Everyone loves those comfort foods. So we've just really tried to figure out ways to utilize a lot more like with our chicken redo instead of like your lower your eggs and your bread crumbs. We just do crushed porcupines ag an coats. It is it crispy fried chicken chicken's well marinated basically and then it still has that crunch on it but it's not unhealthy fried chicken. We also will do like 'tatoes all the time. I want a snack. I just go in like slice of potato day and put it in the air fryer than we have potato chips or like just fried potatoes basically depending on how long you leave it in there. It's just a quick easy stuff. That's nice have you fried anything really fucking weird and your air fryer than your green chicken like if you experimented and done. We're chit okay. Do that and get back to us in may have you can easily do at grilled cheese in on everything. Wow okay all right. Do you have anymore bread and butter bread bread so when the virus is under control and speaking from my own personal experience i had my first vaccination yesterday so and it's so it's it's coming it's going to get under control. Do you see yourself continuing these habits or are you ready to say. I don't wanna do this anymore. What do you think. I'm really happy. The we have started cooking. Because i've seen that. Because in the past like i said i never cooked before. It's just was quick easy. What's healthy like let's just throw it in the microwave and I'm trying all these other. Things aren't as processed in. I'm actually making them. It doesn't take that much longer and not in the microwave. Yeah yeah using our stove and oven and air fryer and sometimes microwave but it's it's shocking to me. Now that i have started cooking that it's quick and easy like it takes thirty minutes and after which usually after we go workout at are like little cross stitch place by the time we are done. Cooking are hungry but it only takes thirty minutes to do stuff and we know like hey. It's different now because you're like. Hey we need to make sure we set out our amber meter. We need to set out chicken breasts or any set out our states being to do x y and z. And it's i mean. I'm not gonna go back to eating out all the time. It's just easy now to cook. It's not hard and that's what people need to realize wants you start doing it and it becomes have like it's not art more. It's exciting montana excited to try to make the gumbo this again and we're gonna use cauliflower rice regular rice slower carbon every said that i can tell the difference in my body. Okay just eating. What i make in the past two months like i look a lot leaner healthier. You just feel better. I last week or less. We went out too much to drink that weekend. And then the next day we like. We just knew donald psychics greasy. That was the first time they had s dude like that process food. Yeah we were like sick to our stomachs like all day long. Yeah yeah our body wasn't used to it anymore. Yeah so we really like no more mcdonald's but really is what you need after you've been drinking like there's nothing like a fucking water burger after a long night or something like a burger. Excuse me tell us. Mcdonald's like i don't think i'm weird. I think chick-fil-a has better quality. Do the like just mcdonald burger king and stuff usually just are yeah. It's like walmart and target lower tier general walmart. Yeah there you go okay. So not even food related like. Did you find that you did any like weird shit. Like i was telling candidates in one of our first step in our first episode. Like when we talked about it. I cleaned weird shit. Like i clean baseboards. And i cleaned windows and did stuff like that or read a ton. Read a shit ton of books like ridiculous amount book. Have you found that you did anything in that three months other than cooking and kind of finding that growing out and playing video games and getting hammered like. Was there anything that you did. That was kind of different. That maybe you hadn't got to in your life before we a. We finally bought our house. It needed a lot of work. And we've never. I mean you usually nowadays. There's a contractor for everything into you. Need drywall repair. You need framing done. If you need flooring a few need cabinetry like all these things you just. We usually just wouldn't pay people because everyone was working all the time but we a painter but we have since we gotten our house. We've done so much. Diy stuff around the house. That i feel a lot more confident in my ability because be painted the outside of the house. We've painted inside of the house. We stay on own concrete floors. We've done our own countertop. Yeah we've replaced all of the doors at our house and we take star garage door because it wouldn't close anymore. We just like manly men to been how to do it. We figured it out suicide anything. That was a total disaster. We just had a lot of like we have to figure it out thing. Yeah like with the with the pain. The house pain we hand. Roll the entire house with very rest brick pieces and it took us like three weekends. Wake up drink. Lots of caffeine aphrodite. Bill started inside of the house. And i just saw paint gun there. You know we just need to buy a handgun. Because if you ever want to rental properties or x. Y. or z. Like we should probably just get one and then as soon as bought it started. Praise spraying really damning. An should it passed the house of yes to that having the right tools. Cooking's the same way. it's all the same. Yeah yeah it really is. Do you have any dishes for cooking. Big pots different things. Yes those sure so other than your air. Fryer somebody else kind of about their gadgets that they've been using. Was there any other gadget kitchen gadget. You've been using comfortable using my nights who good. Oh the gadget. Yeah that's great. Yeah catch it is. It's like the most important thing might knives now and sharpen them all the time and make sure they're sharp. I'm trying to think if there's other gadgets that's awesome though that's great the are getting more comfortable with your knife and and now probably because you have time to do it you know. The different is like the big night. When i brought to us group knives and i'm good with those never able to cut like we make spaghetti squash all the time. Like i've told you. I'll like we have never been able to. I've never used those knives sets before. Because i haven't needed to i the microwave but now it's hey let's chalk this let's cut this. It's me yeah. I have other gadgets but to convert. Pot has like ten of those well. It sounds like in kind of an odd way. That the the shutdown all the changes have really been good for. You know i've completely enjoyed the shutdown people have. It's hindered them for me personally. Like you have two things. Mike positive by in it's truly helped me ro and be a different person. I feel so much better about it now. A lot of very thoughtful insightful. Size things to say. Yeah and he's so right amount you know people being in in situations during this time and concerned about money in their jobs and everything else and what they did and what they did and he's sprite though trying to make the most of the situation. We've all got to do that. Yeah well i mean it. Truly is a got lemons. You make fucking lemonade. Oh shallow tail. Knock that lemonade. Okay so first of all. See what i mean by good person like holy shit come on guys good person but my favorite thing is that he is this beautiful young gay man who is now thankfully in this loving relationship with. I haven't met him but he's another another beautiful young gay man. They are very particular about their workout regime. What they eat and then and then they fucking bro out and drink beer and fucking play video games like what. the fuck is very well rounded. Oh yes yes they are and then they do some handyman work and then they do their skin care regime and like it's like my favorite thing like it makes me smile about him so much because he is. He's very nicely put together. He's always looks great. Yup but he's not a dick about it now like one of those pricks workout and do all that cross fit shit like he does. Yeah but he does it he does. He's across guy. Yeah he's a gym rat. Yeah he is. And i guess his guy is too so that works out for them but what an interesting take on things. Yeah just different. Because he's got a different attitude towards food. Yes yeah and. I didn't realize when we started off the interview that really he he ain't shit yet. He ate like shit he he well. He ate shitty food. You had like fucking frozen vegetables and shit like microwave everything. I had no idea that that was kind of where he was grounded before they had to stay. Oh yeah and it's changed so much and it's so interesting. He made that comment like he physically and mentally feels different from just that change in his food. Yeah you know. And i don't think he went into that consciously knowing that that was going to happen it one of those great side effects of creating what you're eating and knowing what goes into your food and it's one of those situations that you probably under normal circumstances you never going to go. I mean i guess there will be some people who would but you all you. Your diet is basically processed food and then you for whatever reason you just stop it and you start eating fresh food and to be able to recognize. Wow i can really feel the different. Yeah so many way and even like you said it's not that much harder like he doesn't he doesn't find it takes longer or like it's difficult and it tastes better and all the things you just have to do it and try it like most things exactly. Yeah exactly so. 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Adjust the Mic Episode #99 Yeet

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Adjust the Mic Episode #99 Yeet

"Hey guys charlie from this need to do a little content disclaimer. just a mike is created for adult audiences. only unless you're a terrible parent. We advise listener and the reader discretion for graphic depictions of terrible things that are in our lives. It might get dangerous on this podcast. But we're all in this together. Enjoy the chip. He's got space. She's got the brewery. I'm dumb in your dome. Stop like we're down declan. So are you just gonna ask me questions. And i can answer in them. We'll go from there. And you can edit out anything that makes me look stupid or say something really messed up needs to be gone. I want to be fine baggies up to close a restore uh as a jab having. I know exactly what. I did a lemon own the show. What episode is this. By the way we're so ninety. Nine of adjust the mic episode. Nanan one away from the one zero zero to my right. The hostess with the most is scott will howdy. Doody ladies and gents. I can't now to my left and dalen. Jeez the craft beer queen calling. How are you now. Hey girl in down yonder yonder living in titusville. Currently whose birthday is march. Twenty second one thousand nine hundred eighty. He's a multimedia director at nasa's kennedy space center and don't forget didn't amazing job with the coverage of the ucla and are well eighty to launch the man the myth the milken mandingo chris. How're you doing great. That was a hell of a helluva guy in the man. The myth the legend joining us. Now is mr mississippi pot roast him. So charlie today. I surely when i when i saw that i was like god. That's a great nickname for a big guy with your with. What chuck rose charlie. I didn't i didn't know it was called that with pepper. Cheney's insurance not a pot roast gui. How's everybody doing. Great good got the got the first bit of five g. Install today on me last saturday. Hey would you which ones you get. Darren i got the same all fucking on computers. I got the bill gates out ugly post vaccinated yet. I is it a one two shots. A two shot. Yeah i gotta go back in like four weeks. Second one four weeks fame. Nice marts is. It hurts so bad for like three days and the next day. I had a really bad headache. That's not cool. I didn't drink a lot of water. I should have. That's what they said. Lady said a drink a ton of water. And we'll be okay. Coffee death metal and pushups. That's what i heard makes. What makes it work the finer things in life. Yeah scott vaccine. No but what did you hear. That sounds like a helicopter. So ghetto are charlie him. The retribution continue. And they're gonna get you never ice cube get over a good song. Is it a motorcycle scott. Okay in scott. How much does maybe. You don't have any plans that are running. Do the dishwasher. Did you over partake before. Yeah you don't hear. I hear it here it. What are you guys doing. It's the house home. Whatever you do wing no. I can't hear it. it's an it's an infrastructure control. Yeah they're both leaving. what are you guys doing. Stella you hear anything baby girl scott. Let's talk about the scariest dog in the world. That dog is also what's scary about that scary looking dog. Why because it's is let's listen. It's a puppy it's beautiful but let's it's a little creepy. I don't think so at all. It's a beautiful thing that he rescued it. It's always things always. I think he got. Spca but it's terrifying like it got a blue chip blue. I yeah and then like a regular like brown dog my dog situations right if you get up in the middle of the night jerk to use the restroom boxers with a slit and you use a laid back in bed and that dog. That dog looks at you. Going to terrify you know yeah. It's a puppy dog. Those are those are loose boxers for you. Now man warn no. I don't. I don't believe you as soon as i put those fucking boxers on. You're going to text me culture of yourself in those fucking box i am. I promise you. I can't wear them to describe what happened to the audience. There was charlie in colleen sitting on a couch with a arm rest opened in the middle and for a month in every wednesday. Have get to tell them about it. Like hanging a little bit of amount. Last week i was like scott frigging underwear. This is gross chargers. I don't like the way they wear others one pair. I have the pair in there not giving it to. This is charlie. Lifted the rest in the box flip rejection. Listen the only thing. The only boxers. I'm wearing or ones that i buy package. Pauline quit smoking material. Don't over to throw it over a space guy. i thought you. They know they're slips there. Yeah well why. Would charlie want him then because you because he needs to understand that those are better than the ones with slits in them. Because you don't need these now. I can't wear the no. They're small trust me. They're small so i as a be very comfortable charlie. they're nice. I have a boxer briefs with the slid in it right and do my business. I'm like you know what i'm going to give this a shot. I gotta tell you man. It's a lot of extra work to get all that accomplished sometimes not worth. It's not worth air sometimes or something. Sometimes hard work is like you have to work hard to get that. No we don't want fucking lazy tree. Lift your leg with live action. No i wanted to give it a shot just to see what it is all about and ten minutes later. I'm like this is not worth well you you don't wait to the last problems. What does some things can happen in that whole process. That's literally the reason why it's in your boxers over here. Hit some bubble gum issue. And then you're putting it back in and you shuffle and everything all around another five more medical would you. Would you throw your swing through like a zipper. No no no no down slid out and then slide through wait using grants now not all the way down the you don't. Why would got your zipper. No why down no zip down and underwear because all the way down under the balls p charlie rose but you leave the button and just unzip your pants on pulling out through their no back up as an led lights. Got into the foot. Your shorts down. Why wouldn't you just pull your underwear down to. I don't get it like you just can't take your underwear pressure. But in the bag rushing people were walking through your crack out depends on. Let me let me tell you. They're the proper procedure right to the belt on. Leave the button button. Yeah do zipper. You pull the front of your boxer briefs down below your junk so it's all free exposed you dear the all bang the host the whole kit and caboodle the tackling all bathed hackel. Yes yeah yeah. And then when you're done you give it the customary shakes. He'll make a mess. And gotta shake everything goes back in one and in the boxer briefs goto in the zip up done. Otherwise you're gonna drop your in your bag out either way you do it if never mind. Listen i i will. I will go both ways. I notice that i will mark that. What are you doing. I will you guys have a problem with with homosexuality in two thousand twenty one. Now we're saving for later. Fucking bigots jesus off some compulsive underwear game today. Yeah some honest tonight. isn't it. I guess because as a girl the zipper area. That's not very much. I cannot imagine pulling anything out through that without undoing hop though you'll have to you're not plumbed for that and you just doing the zipper here nine. You're pulling out and then you take everything out you do business. It is a simple steps like one two three done done. That would have woman ever need to have a slit in her underwear to to be. Yeah i don't know how even know colleen colleen now because if you wanted to leave your just pull all of it to the side just like a man should you do you pull it to the side like if you actually sites i got it. There's never been a situation where i'm like. Oh i have to be. And i can't pull minority so we're trying to say hey. I got a question gym shorts. You ever come from auto the love that what s man from the bottom with with short jim. If you're outside you gotta hide behind a tree. That's that's the maneuver right there. You gotta yell. Get some when you do when you're outside dude. If you're outside and you're going to someone's gonna possibly see might as well have big balls. Just try to. Mom is probably already like he's not a door. We sorry slanderous tiny shout out forever forever home and like What's her name at. I wanna get their name. Oh melissa remember with marley. This is one of them and then there's two other ladies they're out there car really fantastic. We'll share it. All whoever those people are your fans shut up to the glass. But i got the dog and we're getting his balls done on friday. It's bluh bluh bluh bluh part of blue heeler. Okay and part chihuahua. Weird combo he like he. He's so cool man like he's just like he loved me the most that i starting to go towards al. How old are you. Take some for long walks. And yeah hold He's three years old. Three from the spca you forever home over by airport shelter there. Didn't they close that one down for a while that we can do this completely. It was a part of the. Spca isn't its own thing now so it's back open. It's been open about ten dogs. They're total. Maybe that i saw these church but marlisa along you know she longtime friend of ours you know. She worked around some of the bars here as bartender. Yeah a good friend of a lot of ours you know. Stop it in to two of her labs there and she was adopted a dog really and then matty's friend she works. She used to work at pier. Twenty it's a mad. The horses yes. It's a mad mad at anna crombie. Something well i remember last got long hair. Yeah long hair ties so nice. They were so cool. And then another lady. Anna started walking pit bulls man in. They're so adorable. Like just one. He had little short legs. Do he was so cool looking ladies like that dog because they keep until you everything about these dogs. Because they don't want that dog back they're going to like really sure wanted to go to the right. That is the right situation. like dog. loves people another dog. We'll try to kill it. You know and then there's another dog that you know Loves will not be around other male dogs or other this other other. Yeah sad 'cause doral you know and they do keep it real working real hard you know. They're trying in a lot of it's their own. You know. time and energy was pretty amazing situation. I just kind of walked in on a tuesday same. seen what the head. Chris literally just got in a fight on facebook today or something started some drama by jesus. Should that dogs are forever. They're part of your family. You don't just get rid of them. It's like they're not humans that's all. i said. Talk shows on the fourteenth john truth about port job for a fight on all everybody would be like. Yeah he's a nice guy. He's like like yeah. Some lady was giving away a dog right and somebody made a comment that was like how can you come on facebook and give away a dog like you're giving away a couch right and i put it in there. I'm like you know. More people should realize that dogs people should see. Dogs is a member of their family. And that's why we have the phrase you know. Sometimes we don't deserve dogs because Yeah just awesome and that was it and then some dude laters like dude man does like talking about way lady posted it though. The thing was like a free dog. Come and get it. Yeah and everyone's like don't do that. People will get that donkey use for us it as this and that like. Yeah arm there are. There's different is where some things happen. People get some shit happens that you really happens. A lotta times. Is people end up with a dog. Somehow you know through some bad situation through helping somebody else talk for weekend or having a roommate. That brings a dog to a house and then they leave. And you're stuck with this dog. You can't have animals in that situation. I had one where. I worked so much and i just felt so bad and it was a dog. We've found in the woods up in georgia and we had them for awhile and he was awesome. But i was never home. I was not in a good situation to have a pet In my hours were so bad. I just like. He doesn't get the attention. So i found somebody who actually had the same breed of dog right and they brought the dog over and they met and i'll sell really good might do that. They look really happy. Yeah that dog's gonna forget all about me very happy i had. I'm cool with that. I had when riley was born. We had murphy and briley home from the hospital. Newborn baby jumped on the bed and growled and looked at fucking the baby. Like new p- in august. He's gotta go. That's a valid reason. Yeah so so it does the thing about that is if you do have to get rid of an animal like that. Just spent fucking. That's why can social media. You have to explain yourself right. Yeah you can't just say come get in need it like i did the boxer fucking like the whole year and that was. That was what was wrong with that. Women's post last night there was such a callous impersonal. Dislike here come. Get this this fucking dog gonna do people wanna post these animals online because most of them get attacked. These people get attacked. And i think when you go and buy a dog or you're going to go even rescue a dog. I feel like got to do with the right intention that it is going to be like. You said it's like a forever situation the family and that's the that was the intent. You know like kidman. Want a dog for a while right. I did too. Because i have days where i'm not me here. Sure so now. Do we take an two mile walks about like we're doing like a half a mile two mile two or three times a day. Now that's good. He does his thing. He's going to be just as good for you as you are exactly. Yeah works especially on wayne. And that's my dog me and my western to yes is when it when it's the most awesome to have animals because do when you're divorced single guy and the kids are with mama and you're here by yourself that's lonely so have animals to help offset that is priceless and when the kids got back today because they weren't here the last two nights and he was so excited to see them like a he got the hang out for weekend and then not be here for two days and and then then come back to him be like on the weekends. If i don't run with testing she is saying that she does she gets mad. She goes kennel stairs at see it on her face mean i feel bad. It's an old man. I'm glad you especially you. Want the rescue out as terrifying. Is that dog is. I'm glad you did the best. I love it. Like he would just near like looking at me and he was like i'll shi'as heck duty took his time but he was all loving on the lady. Yeah yeah the way. He's loving on hers. He's in love on him and he is cute he is. He is a cute dog in here a few times. he's gotta learn his way around. I had to learn his way to like you know his shooting schedule. Yeah get him on a schedule. He'll be fine here. He's doing it now and your balls off his friday. Yeah that's part of the process and they put the chip in them when they do all that stuff when i walk them. It's kinda cool. He went other dogs. Were barking a ham. He'll stop and look at him but he doesn't get out he just does. He think he knows how to swim. He's already tried to get them in there. Slow you just eat them in the hallways in there. And i was gonna say it's because of the of the chair. That was great. Oh that was keith. Jal shot keith. Jobs the crib. Yeah it was missing to wood pieces. Already it's preheated. Oh god love. Yeah we've had a lot of real good activity on the group little Do your facebook. Your social media has been on fire here lately owning this work. That's easy dad's were low-hanging impressive. The man like you're you're having fun with plot work but look at you. You got that then. You got got everything. It's looking keeps baby eat machine. Only it's only fifteen hundred dollars. So i know we need to talk about on our facebook group. How can the multi media director of nasa not get a simple space trivia. Question right sean. Lights shout out fring was fan passed i got. I started impressed with colleen. I was getting mad about not happy i was. I was so. I was so overworked right with the crew. Just self hitting me. I go outside. You ought to break right like i. I've got five minutes. Where i just wanna unwind for five minutes in and You know and i keep going back to our group and seeing they're fucking question. It's like your husband like his answered it. Oh god charlie forty sleep i would. I've thought about this. Yeah in every way conceivable. I've googled this to death with this saturday. We met up saturday. We met up. We all went on a hike and we were talking about it and he's like do you know how many people private message man you just need to tell me. I'm not gonna tell anybody he wouldn't do it like he's like nope. I hear it on my page. 'cause i wanted. I wanted all the people that i know that that aren't necessarily in our group. I wanted them to get in on this. Because i'm like if it's driving me nuts. I know it's going to drive them. Franks like make it public. I'm like boom share. I'm going to tell me how difficult in unanswerable. This question was. I e mail back to the casey historian. Yeah i said. I need your help on this legal back like two hours later. I have no idea. Did you end up giving her the answer i did and then she then she did some research and he's showed us the whole link. He showed us like right from that. Power post the links are on their listeners. Go click on the links and the atomic fireball was something that we went up to space. Has this whole process and it was. It was so bad ass reading about it. Because i googled i go duct. I fuck fuck at yahoo sir. I did every everything every day to try to find. I even looked up food. I was like you guys in in in our little our little group right or facebook messenger. I think it was christopher skills you know. I just don't like this. I said rob luca this. Do you got everybody pissed. Hard right charlie. Over doug it on it feels. I became up. I'm like i. I'd be mad too fucking space to figure it out. I i had to divest myself. That it ordered as i was like working in directing shows and i'm i'm thinking emmy layers and then the hell was capitalized. Maybe he means like egg layers frank. That was one hell of a question man that will pass and then even like the one from the last show that miss piggy was the answer so good toot who was awesome because he just once you tell you the answer. It's very fucking obvious. Is the right answer. Your brain will never in a thousand years. Go there with that. You worked hard on these. You said he would. He's got a couple of years worth of them right. Nice sat there after. I got home from work late. I knew brown's on it. I said to burma legs anybody question. He goes colleen. I've had thousand guesses ed. Nothing is right. And i haven't had a chance even look yet showbiz. I'm looking through these responses. And he's like. I mean i don't think it has anything really to do with space. I think it's like candy or food. Or something. And i was like he was almost and he was like he. He's like i guess skittles eminem and then he's like. Maybe i should laffy taffy. Maybe it was this. And i'm like i'm like going the opposite direction so i'm like what's that capital l mean also fell type. Also shout a frank man Meeham scott in silas alleyen riley. All went for a hike on saturday and We had a blast man. It was so cool and you could tell like him. We got into it and he you know he wasn't doing. I think he pushed it a little bit too hard. The day before and He he just he's he's family she really song water. Marcus in rabbits sandhill cranes goals within a little little baby really some crazy lizard with a blue bottle cage. Lizard in that was is huge man. Never seen one like it was. It looked like a skink but was but it was light. Colored really had like a light blue and green on it. My on our group eight kids had a black hole. Riley and south were running around having fun. I was just jumped over a snake. Some kind of snake and snake s. Something didn't you fusco. Charlie found duty while the watermarks. I saw it in the grassland. There in frank shoutout out to like i fucking thing was big. Hell yes snow. I don't want some fucking. We ended up fifty. Yeah exactly over. It's like Over off assistance. Is you know we're right. Where the the well states. Somewhere where the water tower is wells. Fargo in front of river lanes on fifty. Yes right across the street at neighborhood. You turn into that neighborhood. And there's a little sanctuary really never knew you're so cool because isn't it just people's park right into we had the code because rob rob you park anywhere. We learned that well. Because i tried to. We used to try to go and walks over there but it was always gated off and i felt weird parking like right that game. No that's what they say. You're that's what you're allowed to do you park right outside their little opening where you walk through. We had we had snake tongues and scott left them fucking down the fucking trail turn around. Went back like this horror. Maybe start man. Lies like okay guys. We'll be right back. He's gonna die fucking murder. By the time this will blair. Witch stork with a mole in his mouth. Sandhill crane or saint hill cranes and then like it was mommy store and a little baby. Look like look up. Alikhan harry and the hendersons walking away really does have some cool nature trails. Never i never knew that existed. I charlie was an enchanted forest. Yeah because he said in china four's right that's all. I thought you guys pull up channel four. So i'm like well. He said what he did is is later on. He said there's a change of plans and he put a little. I moto dismissed it. I missed so he went to where we were supposed to go. Have you guys ever been to the trails out of fox lake park. Go away. But but i know someone got lost back there one. Uk us because brent nightmare time and there was like wild hogs running around where can little blinks at fox lake park. Big pavilion easing. It's terrifying parked trucks with trailers for the fish. Oil right there if you keep walking west. There's a trail head and you said there's like one that's like eight miles and then one that's like a mile and a half and Do that's back. which hit back. You literally experiencers if maybe not now because we haven't had a lot of in the summertime when it's rainy cs you'll definitely where it's a horse trails back there to where people take the horses all the trails kind of meet up together. There's a campground think where the scouts could have their camping's by leads all out to this big huge lake out there way out there but literally. You're walking on planks of wood. That are like over little like just a bunch of mud and water. And then all of a sudden you hear like The hogs snorting and stuff like where the heck are they coming from. I'm on a plank over this muck. I'm gonna die like when bread i went. I thought for sure. I'm like this. This is it if a board charges you do what do you do. How would you do next time. We'll bring in the gun a small handgun bear. You're supposed to stand up real big right. How fake advice if supposed to bear. But you know what we with. The pop cafe owed the bob. Do we get that bergerson. Your arms fucking yard. Save your wife live. Sorry frank rob. Sorry were saying you know the title of the. Let's take a break. Pope them burn now I still can't get over. That will launch us. Didn't wake up to see like to. Yeah that that's not gonna happen. A lot to see this deck is spacex. Engine the particularly retail wholesale. Once it gets up into orbit. You can do it. The sun angle has to be perfect in order to see this. Yeah and it just so happened to be perfect for this launch and it was just. It was beautiful. I mean because you can see all the pulses happened. Like ripples in the sky. Coming out. And i've seen launches out there for twenty one years. I never seen anything like that. That was something else. It's like every time. I think i've seen everything and nothing's gonna get me really like chills like pumped up. Something else happens like it's like when the boosters came back down and landed the first time. I saw that one and i saw happened right in front of me and they just landed the two at the same time they've launched having. You gotta be kidding. I know that i should have. I know it. Because that that has launched it like an actual like nasa mission. So we didn't have a show for that that was all spacex. Right was test so we had to watch that with our own eyeballs which is rare for something and just standing out there in the field and seeing those things come down almost like they were in the olympics. Coming down sir. It was unbelievable. It was like and the people that aren't aren't from here in have been watching launches their whole life. They're just like whatever i'm like dude. You know what you just saw. So then this one like of course. Everybody's all amped up because people up there and you know if you lived here your whole life you know that those don't always go well right and more is on the line and then man to see that cone thing form around it and like the fish effect. I'm like brennan. what is i know it was. I was getting checks from from friends and family. Is everything out there. Like y'all know this is unique to stay out here. Watch that go back inside to make sure. But i'm like dude. I it's happening over and over again if it was one mistake done. Though they're up there They're safe now on ice as they got their twenty six hours after launch and then they talked and then the next saturday we went into work. The the hatch opening ceremony. So they're they're they got eleven astronauts on the ice s right now. It looks crowded. It is and the big story that was. Npr is that there are so many astronauts on orbit that there's nowhere for these guys to sleep and on orbit on the. I assess you. Just find yourself a bulk and strap yourself to float there while you're sleeping. So they got people sleeping in both two car or crew dragons up there right now. They've got astronauts sleep in the nose and asleep and like just basically wherever you can find a place to relax but a crew one comes back. I think on saturday. They're gonna come down splashdown out over india in the gulf of mexico somewhere. Yeah and then six more months crew. Three's going up and it'll be the same thing. Eleven astronauts at the same time for about a week and then people switch and they go back out and one of the astronauts that went the last time right. Yep matching with their kids must be space me. Mom just space. What do you do with your life right. The cool thing about that is. They both sat on in the exact same seat as the other one day so that was pretty neat to have. That happen really cool. Oh my god. All the astronauts children are terrible. Like sad people. it is going up. Their dad makes it back safe. And then your mom's like guess what guys it's like. What and they're gone for six whole months to like but another cool thing is happening. Tomorrow is our next moon. Missions are going to be flown on the sos on the artemis program so the esa space launch system. It's it's massive rocket. The thing is like five feet taller than the apollo rocket in the apollo rocket was absolutely massive but the stage. Is there at the precise right now. I can offload tomorrow and then into the vbb. Then they're going to attach the solid rockets to the side of it and then put the the test caps on top of it and they're gonna fly that thing by the end of the year in year that capsule for the for the test flight to make sure everything checks out and then probably about a year later. We'll put people on it i can. We'll fly people around the moon and then eventually will 'cause spacex also got a huge contract for their early. I just saw that yeah. So that's that was. Actually it caused some Some fighting between lawn and jeff bezos. Ilan tweet is like because he did well he got he burnt them. Actually really good because basil was. They're going to challenge the bid of that contract which is par for the course for all contracts right the loser Ilan said something to the effect of. You're just jealous because you can't get it up talking about taking off right. It's right like like fifty thousand dodge. Coin me up a little bit again. So once that goes in what's everything is operational unit. We're gonna be landing on the moon and five or six seven years again. Able walk on the moon in my life since it happened before my life and then i was like well. They seem to be over. That thing on mars people could see both yeah. That's i'm fully confident that maybe not nasa space x for sure is going to land on the on mars within fifteen years keeping orioles saying yeah people are probably gonna die. I mean we had the the post launch press conference and he was talking about that. He was saying that after to try. You like work with fox. Cast iron balls to have to do that. I'm going yeah. But he was saying that you know with the starship that is going to be the lunar lander. He's like yeah. We're going to you know we're just gonna have to keep blowing them up until we get it right. We're gonna lose them. Is that why these all these fucking going. The mars and almost die in movies have been showing up on in. You know years it's probably coincidentally. There's a new one on netflix. Out right now about going and running out of oxygen. Because from stowaway was on there. It's nonstop oh that still way movie mixed reviews on it. It was it was all right. Can we it to reviews. Have you guys seen the new mortal kombat movie on hbo. Max i want to do. Say fire fighter. No it's not they said it and we it's mortal combat. I thought i thought that reading said that. Yeah they did. 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Yeah in new all the stunts and how they were gonna play. I saw Snap case in cro mags new in the people. You know the bar yeah. People were jumping from the bar into the pit. Own my win. The i went snap case the first song the whole they're running outside and the other three hundred people it was just it was. It was fucking insane man. I remember me jan looking at each other going. This might be the best moment amazing. They always amazed. I hit jared so hard one time he almost fell on people and they put put their hands up in leg-up in motion and and then like thirty minutes later. He checked me so hard. Like broke my rib dude. His arm was all black. Such a small venue much fun intimate wind music. When you're out you're right there in your bone. Yeah really do their dollar. Pbr jared like hell five pbr. Open year bright. Next door is a barbecue. Miss pacman dollar pbr. Shows are the days nan barely until a whole river of throw throwing down parking lot down to the two levels. 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Kundalini Awakening, Yogic Breathing And Activating The Light Body With Dr. Susan Shumsky

My Seven Chakras

58:57 min | 1 year ago

Kundalini Awakening, Yogic Breathing And Activating The Light Body With Dr. Susan Shumsky

"Have jeopardized episode three sixty four. The Senate chaplain swirling for two seasons energy position throughout the base of the spine to the crown of the head for thousands of this ancient wisdom has been stop measure to cycle. What are the functions of energy centers and Cook? These chucked. Help you unlike your destiny and find your purpose. Welcome to my Senate chocolates and now your host. Jay Kumar wasn't up action tribe eighty year host and founder of my seven. Chuck says my Juxtapose Dot Com the show where we help you. Experience effortless healing awakening and abundance. Today's episode. We go deep into discussions about your could delaney energy your chuckers. You're not as breath work and so much more so you cannot afford to miss. England is single minute of decision but before diving in. I'd like to remind you that I have recently released a twenty four page. Pdf document that outlined. Some of my favorite ways to raise my web rations and feel much better almost immediately to get your free download. Go to my seven. Jerkers DOT com forward slash feel better. Now it's my seven jokers dot com forward slash. Feel better now all right. So let's bring on our special guest today Dr Susan Chimps Scheme so Dr show-me ski is a highly respected spiritual each Award winning author and founder of Divine Revelation. A unique feed a unique fingerprint technology for contacting the divine presence hearing and testing the inner voice and receiving clear divine guidance for over two decades. Her Mentor was maha-rushie Mashed Yogi founder off transcendental meditation and grew the Beatles. She served on modest his personal staff for six years. So those are welcome to welcome to our show. And Are you ready to inspire and ready to inspire? Aj thank you for inviting me. You very welcome. It's super excited to connect with you and I've got so many topics that aren't hopefully explore in today's episode. But before we begin. What does that one inspirational court? That is on your mind right now. And how do you sort of keep that in your mind? Live up to it on a day to day basis. Well when you said inspirational quote what popped into my mind is. I am the resurrection and the life. I suppose the reason why that popped into my mind is because that is a seed statement that has to do with our immortal soul that we are in immortal being and that by saying affirmations such as I am the resurrection and the life we are infusing those qualities into our being and affirmations have so much power so. That's one of the really main things that I teach is ask and a child be given unto you and asking means using affirmative statements. Thanks for shedding actually tribe. If you're listening to this right now remember that the power in the process of asking but you need to affirm your requests and make sure that you assume that you already have it because it is power in the. Im so lovely court. Thanks a lot for sharing that with us so Susan. Let's go back to the start doctors about your childhood. What was it like growing up in your a bit quite a conservative Jewish household. But then it was the sixties you know and I became a hippie and I went to live in the San Francisco Bay area and those of us who were hippies at that time who are flower children. We were seeking spiritual awakening. We were seeking Nirvana and I was reading everything. I could lay my hands on Buddhist scriptures autobiography of a Yogi by Parma Hunts Yoga Nanda the way of Zen by Ellen Watt and other books by Alan Watts and then his books he said that you need to find a meditation guide well in Berkeley California nineteen sixty six. You didn't exactly go to the yellow pages and open up and find a meditation guide or anything remotely similar to that. So I asked a friend. Well how do I find this meditation Guide and he said well? Have you ever tried to meditate on your own? I said okay. Well I'll give it a shot so I lay down on my bed. That's how clueless I was. I didn't even know that you're supposed to sit up. When you meditate I lay in my bed and I sort of prayed for I asked for a quote unquote meditation and immediately I was propelled into this ecstatic state. I could feel this. Rush or court of Energy Rushing from the tips and my toes all the way up to the top of my head and I felt like I was plugged into this cosmic electric socket but in most ecstatic way and I thought well I guess this is meditation. I didn't know any better and little. Did I know that not only? Did I have my first meditation? But also KUNA leany awakening all at the same time without drugs without any stimulants or anything And at the time that's that was the thing is to do. Lsd was without anything. And and I had this amazing experience and I wanted to repeat that or at least I still wanted to reach nirvana eventually. Friend took me to the transcendental Meditation Center. I saw the picture of the Guru on the wall and I could feel this energy. That was just washing over me coming from his eyes. I just felt this amazing uplifting a spiritual energy and I realized this is where I could learn real meditation so I did and I actually spent over two decades in the classrooms of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi and six years on his personal staff artificial. Thanks a lot for sharing and building that pitcher for us about how you got started. Virtually and meditation so couple of questions over here so firstly. What within you wanted to sort of expedients nirvana what do you feel? That was and then be as you look back or do you feel made you have. That could Illini experience at the first time itself I there are some people who practice at strife or maybe months or even years together. So what made you have that Kundan expedience in your first attempt and before that difficult tellers? What within you wanted to seek out and Find out the truth or have that one experience I think it had to be something from past lives because certainly there was nothing in my lifetime. I was not raised by people who had any interest in meditation or Yoga. Or although actually those things didn't even exist in America when I was born I mean there have been maybe Viva Kananga and Yoga. Nada were the only people who ever visited the West and tried to teach people yoga or anything like that but it certainly had nothing to do with my family. They still have no interest or anything about yoga or holistic anything. I was raised by a surgeon. Am a all the way not believe in any alternative medicine? That was quackery Gordon to my father though totally different kind of childhood but I think there was a longing for many past lives of wanting to reach a higher consciousness. And that really was affirmed when I went to become a Hippie Cisco because Timothy Leary and Richard Alpert written a book called the psychedelic experience which was based upon the Tibetan book of the dead and in their books in their in their book and their teachings they were telling us turn on tune in and drought telling us that. Lsd was the way that you would get to. Nirvana is certainly didn't work out for me. I'm in onic break from taking LSD. It was I had horrible experience. But then I did have some nirvana kind of experiences on LSD and on Marijuana Joe is also taking off about I wanted to learn to learn how to do that without drugs so and then when I had the experience did I have that experience right away. Was it the longing or was it just? I had had that similar experience in past lives and so it was familiar to me and there. I just went into that state so I think we're past. Lives does context right and our listeners might also be able to resonate with this that we don't start with a clean slate right. We always have impressions are yearnings. Our longings from previous lifetimes are often have an influence in this lifetime. So talk about your very first mystical spiritual encounter or was it like well. I guess my first mystical encounter was when I met Maharishi. Okay we meant. We drove down to Los Angeles from San Francisco area and we were meeting him a US going to give a lecture so we went to the airport to meet and greet him and he was walking between corridors two corridors of people that were doing arms and saying Jay grew J. Dave and so he was smiling laughing and Giggling at all these people and he had this amazing energy he was so powerfully. Had this charisma that was unlike anything I had ever experienced before and also he exuded this divine. Love all around him. His energy field was just filled with love was giggling and laughing and cooing at all. The people down the road down the corridor and then he comes to me and he stops and he looks me up and down up and down and up and down and then he gives me a kind of a sneer and I and as I offered the the flowers to him that I had picked flowers I had picked on the way down. Everyone else had beautiful flowers flower shops. But I was just like a crazy hippie. I had my wild and frizzy hair I had. I had hairy underarms and my Johnke store dress. My funky drunk junk star does my hippy beads. My leather sandals that were very very funky and kind of nailed together with these funky nails. I looked ridiculous anyway. He looks me up and down and up and down and they give me this kind of disdain and like what did I do wrong you know and I was just devastated. So you know. He was immediately starting to work on my ego. From the first moment I met him. I call it. Open Egos Surgery. That's what Indian Gurus do. They were con- you to try to help you to become a better version of yourself. And how they do that is through. Various see-saw emotional gymnastics through praise. Blame PRAISE BUT DOWN UPLIFT PUT DOWN UPLIFT. Put down is like a seesaw. And you're going through this intense emotions. I didn't really experience that fully until I got onto staff and worked on a staffer six years and not only I wasn't the only person that experiences all the people on staff experience this and I I just dubbed that open ego surgery got it so for the benefit of our listeners. Why do you feel? There's a need to break down the Eagle you know it's really traditional in India Indian spiritual masters. They talk about that. You have to become ego lists in order to experience. God and in it's true The parts of the EGO that are negative. That are that make make you feel unworthy that make you doubt yourself the parts of your ego that make you feel weak and that make you feel less than those are the things that need to go the parts of your ego that are involved with self confidence and and efficiency and being competent. And all of that. Those are the parts of your ego. That are good that you WANNA keep. But what's his spiritual master does is helps you to realize yourself and helps you to express yourself. It helps you to express who you truly are and to develop parts of yourself that you didn't know you could. You could develop mom when I lived with Maharishi for six years. It's amazing how much I changed in how much I developed it in very practical ways. I I learned how to do so many things because of the fact that he would make me. Redo everything over and over and over and over and over. He did that with everyone by the way it would drive nuts having everything over and over and over until it became perfect. And you never was the always criticise. No matter what it was it was never good enough. It wasn't really crazy. So this is this is a great topic because I'm always curious about shifting my identity towards my true self to what is an aspect about yourself that you fair that you could change before but then with the guidance of marshy you ended up changing. I'm just trying to get an idea. Is that are aspects of myself that I want to change as well? So what would in your case or what was it in your kiss. I think I had a. I think I was actually kind of a know it all. Okay I was a know it all and kind of look down on other people quite a bit And I think that that was something that he really helped me was to try to try to tone that down real house and other people add value to not just me go it. Okay so you look into that aspect of your life shine. Some light in those areas garnered thanks for sharing. And then where in this quest? Where the story did you. Then discover the knowledge of the chuckers. Where where did that happen? Well that's very interesting because Maharishi never taught anything about Jack Russ. He was not a KUNA Delaney Yoga teacher. He taught this transcendental meditation which is only involved with using a mantra but to writing books. After I left I was in Maha Rasheed Various Ashrams for over two decades and then I learned another former meditation. That's called divine revelation and once I began to do that began to write books. First Book was called divine revelation that came out in nineteen ninety six and then I started writing more books and then I got it. Different publisher of my first book was published by Simon and Schuster later. I got a different publisher which was called new page books at the time now is part of Red Wheel Weiser but that publisher asked me to write a book about chocolates thing. I would ever want to write about because nasty the right. The Book Dudley. I got interested in the topic and I went back to the ancient scriptures. The tantric invaded scriptures of India. To find the most authentic information I can find out about the subject so I so I don't delve deep into that topic and I found I mean. I was amazed at what I was able to find about the chucker system that actually there were scriptures about it there were ancient text about it and then I could I could write about that in this book which originally was called exploring. Chuck rose so that was the original title and and I I drew pictures because I'm an artist or drew pictures of the deities and and the Mondelez everything the entrance of the chocolate and all of that and and I met it into a really great book. That was so unique. Information just could not be found anywhere else unless you went back to the scriptures. You could not find that information. That certainly wasn't any of the new age books at all and now my latest book the Big Book of chocolates and Chuck Healing. It's like an encyclopedia of the Chaka's vast the the knowledge it's in there you know it's everything you've ever wanted to know about. Chaka's and everything you didn't want know Chagas but you're GONNA learn it anyway because it's filled to the brim with all the information about The seven major chuck rose and seven other choppers that are edified in the ancient scriptures. Most of which are in your head by the way in your in your in your brain or above your head so it's very mystical a book And Very Esoteric about also about how the universe gets created and goes back into Maha Proli- end of the cycle of creation. And how this human system has the same kind of cycle coming from the been do point of than all the all the elements in all the touch was creating this body and this this physicality and then at the end of your cycle of creation going back to the bin to the singularity or been new point is very far out. What can I say? I love the fact that you've not held back you talk about the deities and you talk about the Sanskrit terms and you talk about the philosophy behind everything and that's important like you've alluded to a lot of times unless you go deep into the scriptures that Antara take scriptures as well as the way the scriptures you won't find his information This esoteric information along with practical information as well so You know going back to the die where you were deep you know. You're bruising through these scriptures. What about the Chucker Knowledge? Sort of got you hooked. What when did you get? Did you get hooked on it? Yeah I really got hooked. I realized as above so below when I realized that Maha Celaya was was related to Lia- absorption of the elements at the end when you're going into spiritual enlightenment that really got me hooked and I certainly haven't seen that anywhere else but I do Do reveal that in the book in a very profound way and it's extremely meaningful to me. Cart let's talk about coon Delaney Energy. Now for those who new to this. Particular Germ Water Delaney. Energy are shutting. Though you have to do is start with the basic thing in what is GonNa Purna is life force energy. It is what is keeping you alive. It said in the upon the shots that is in the body that is what is defined as life and when Pronto leaves the body that is what is defined as death though product is. What's keeping you alive gives you motion. It gives you heat and by the way is the same thing as she. In China and key. In Japan Dope Rana is flowing through a subtle sheath or Kosheh Kosheh in Sanskrit a subtle part of your energy body or your oric field. Whatever you WANNA call it. It's the invisible part of you which pervades permeates surrounds your physical body and one of those layers call the promise. Co. Show or the vital energy body that is the body or the sheath through which the Nadi meaning the conduct of Subtle Energy The noddy and the also known as Meridian that the that the product flows through those conduits of energy so Those are throughout your energy field. And they're giving vital energy to every part of your body. They're regulating your body. They're keeping you alive but they're invisible and you can't measure them you can't have you dissect corpses are not going to find a noddy or a Chakra anywhere. But when many naughty come together in plexus that's called a chuck Gra so Chakra means wheel and people really need to learn how to pronounce the word because everyone's calling them shock. Russ and there's no such word as Shaqra in the English language or the Sanskrit language and this is a Sanskrit word. I don't even pronounce it correctly. Aj you can pronounce it correctly because he didn't know how to pronounce. That's great but you know at least check you know. Try It. At least that's close enough. Don't the chuck our wheels? Because they have a hub and they have spokes of Energy Radiations of energy. That come from the hub and every Chakra is associated with one of the Glands it's associated with it certain functions in your physical body and as I said it's keeping you alive so product is this life force energy delaney is a specific kind of Prada. It's a spiritual energy and it is often called the mystic coil or the serpent power. And it actually. The word couldn't leaning means curled up hurled up energy so it's a curled up coiled up energy. That's the base of your spine in something called Root Bulb which is right below your root Chakra and it's curled up there and it's asleep in average individuals. Everybody who's listening to this podcast today. You'RE GONNA leany has awakened to some degree. You would not even be interested in this topic. You would not be listening to having awakened coon Alenia Ready. So that's great news. Hey you're coon. Alenia awaken to some degree. So as a leany wakes up it goes through a specific Nadi Nadi remember that those of the conduit of chronic energy so couldn't Illini goes up through sumner. Not It's called to show MNA naughty. Witches is goes through the center of your spinal canal and when flows upwards through your body? It actually goes all the way up to the top of your head and when it does you experience what you might call. They're gonNA goes to the actually called Nirvana Chakra at the top of your right under the top of your skull. So that's when Kunda Delaney Shock Day meaning. The female energy unites with the male energy the Sheva energy so the the uniting of male and female aspects of your individuality pre spiritual awakening and ask KUNA leany goes up through their shona is opening an awakening. Your Chaka's as well. Thanks for explaining that to us. So it's the armor uniting of the female aspects of your being with your masculine aspects thereby leading to a spiritual awakening and like you pointed out out as it's going from Chuck Chuck Lorre. It's clearing out any blockages as Reading about a new level of consciousness within you and ultimately it reaches the the crown at the top of your head so thanks a lot for sharing this could you highlight or maybe explain to us. Some of the benefits of of activating are could delaney shock. Deep from your point of view. All from your experience. We're not as not only do develop your clairvoyant clarity clear censure and abilities which are your I com superpowers or subtle subtle sensory perception super sensory perception and not only that but also you gain greater well-being health vitality energy and even more. You have greater charisma. More magnetic attraction Mark Charisma which makes you more successful. So there's many many benefits to awaken coon leany or don't necessarily even have to think about Kuna Delaney. Just practicing meditation will take you into a elevated state and will refine your Frana by the way when you have more refined. It's like in the in the middle of meditation of the deepest part of meditation. It's like you're not at all breath is suspended Nebraska's never really suspended. But it's like you're the breath becomes so subtle that you don't notice that you're breathing is so so quiet and so so subtle. Subtle states of awareness you experience higher consciousness experience bliss great joy and happiness within NASA fantastic benefit. I mean happiness what could be greater than experiencing inner peace and happiness A. That's what comes when you experienced a subtler levels of prawn chronic energy flowing through your system that's wonderfully explained. Thanks a lot for letting US know because I'm sure that all of our listeners would like to experience more bliss more joy more happiness in their everyday life. And through your Ara. I could sense that you. Susan are full of bliss. You're always full of joy and you're laughing from time to time which is which is amazing which which shows that you're checkers are are aligned and your promise to your social media. Probably thanks for letting his dog in talking about the you've written in your book that when Kunda need arises through this armor begins to crumble so I talked to us about our maybe what ruled as it play in our life. And why does it crumble? When our coon Delaney rises from the route Du the crown. Well we have different layers of our field punch Kosheh meaning five Shays. We have the physical body. And that's called the food sheafs. The Ana Maya Kosheh is called the food chase because it made a food sustained by food and becomes food for something else after we're gone and then there is the promise. Kosheh which is the product or vital energy body and that is the body through which the Nadi a through through which flows through the Nadi. So that is made up of PRONTO. That is what's keeping you alive giving emotion giving you heat giving you energy. Then there's the Mano Maya Kosheh. Which is your mental body mental emotional body and that is your sensory. Perception is in that body of people. Thank the senses are in your physical body. But they're not. They're actually in your mental body. They're in a different chase. They're not in the physical shape and I. We can demonstrate that by the fact that when somebody has a near death experience often they will leave their body and now maybe up on the ceiling or someplace and they'll be watching somebody they'll be washing the doctors trying to revive them. That'd be looking at their own body down there a what is looking at the body and certainly not the eyes of the person. Not your is that you're saying yourself through. You're seeing yourself through your subtle senses which are in your mental body. Mano Maya Kosheh. And then the next chase has called the began my Akasha and the Victorian and my Kosheh is your ego and intellect body and then there is the final fifth she sheets which is your causal body. Otherwise known as the on onto my kosher blissful sheath so there's all these shades and and as you a gain spiritual awakening through recognized coon leany or through other practices. You don't have to actually like I said you don't have to be focused on could win at all to attain spiritual awakening. But as you do that what happens. Is these bodies become more clarified like the mental body for example which may be filled with all kinds of negative emotions and thoughts and feelings? That are that. Don't serve you. They start to fade away. They start to crumble. They START TO DISAPPEAR. And you become more filled with light your entire field or field becomes more filled with light and you become lighter you become more exalted and you become a more beauty as divine being who realizes who you really are. You realize you're yourself and I think what you're speaking of is the absorption when you're say crumbling you're talking about the lion which means as I said before we begin with a been new point and then from that all of these. What we call elements are taught get created then From ether to air to fire to water to Earth All the different elements get created. And and that's how we become physical beings but then end of our evolutionary cycle. All of these elements get absorbed. And we go back into the singularity we become the oneness. The wholeness we realized ourselves as oneness and wholeness we realize ourselves as being ness unbounded aware ness and no longer identify ourselves as this physical being honest really the definition of spiritual enlightenment is to realize who we really are which is pure consciousness awareness. Oh that's that's wonderful. I love how you explain that and I can see how the concept of the window is so beautiful because it explains life as it were at the big bang point and then going back again to the Big Bang Point And in doing so and we expense meditation when the Eagle is broken down. That happened Realize that we are one with everything around us. I think that's why WE EXPEDIENCE BLISS. Fe- feel happy that even though we might not have achieved that goal those goals are not where we are financially or relationship wise. We are complete just the way we are where we are because we are this observer absolutely. Aj Yeah The Observer the witness witness to all that's going on a you don't have control over what happens to you. These are all KARMIC results from the past. Have really no control over them but what you do have control over is a becoming or realizing I mean who you really are and in that way you no longer have this kind of ego attachment to things around you. So that you're happier that's all you live in in greater happiness and inner peace even though all the vicissitudes of life going on in your life around you you remain in a calm and peaceful state as much as possible and that comes from practice from from doing your practices your spiritual practice of meditation and other spiritual practices and speaking of practices. You write about the Bundy's in your book. So what are the button? Does unhealthy help with really channeling. The energy of the leany within our body does are probably Out of any other yoga practice abundance are maybe the most profound for Awakening Kunda Delaney added. Pronto Yama is also very very good for awakening coon Delaney but Proxima means breathing exercises but the bond is our muscular locks. And when you use these much muscular locks they helped to force coon Delaney to rise up the system naughty rise up through. It's the central canal of your body. So there is. The JAWLINE DOT abundance. Which is the neck. Lock where you play Your Chin on the stern notch. There is the Uganda which is a domino. Lock where the where the muscles are going upwards into the thorax area and there's Moolah Bonda which is the where you are squeezing the muscles of the anus and the genitals. When you do these bundles it does help to awaken KUNA leaning. They're very powerful. And they really make you feel good doing doing these practices and also I recommend PRONTO. Yama meaning breathing exercises and that as long as you do. The breathing exercises easily and effortlessly without straining They're they're also very good to do and we'll help to Waken Kunle. That's wonderful so recently for my personal life and experiencing a little bit of hair fall inheriting these days so what I do in the mornings. I'm doing all these different inversion techniques so that I can bring some more blur fraud to my hair thereby nourishing my scalp and always have noticed so many side effects one side to fix also of this practice and the other thing that I recently discovered. Which I'm doing consciously is the Ashwini Mudra is connected in a way to the MOLA BANDA RIGHT. Basically constricting the muscles in the route and there are so many numerous of any written about that also. Yearbook Right. Yes I really mood is in my book and on the other the other Various Banda's and there's a lot of lot and lot of practices that are a related in the book of the Big Book of truckers chucker healing. That I recommend and also another one of my books called exploring meditation. Some great Exercises Yoga kind of exercises. That are not well known. I call them Couch Potato Yoga Suk Schmo VI. Emma which is your for your subtle body and I discussed that in my book Exploring shockers and teach it in that book so my books really have so many practical applications because there's tons of practices in all of my books including a book called a waken. Your third eye. A book called the power of Auras. All these books just filled with interesting practices to help you to develop your subtle sensory perception and to help you to waken your spiritual self to realize spiritual self and and use that in a practical way in your everyday life beautiful and you spoke about bread. Work are brannagh shortwhile bag right so doctors about how does your Geek breathing or controlling our breath or breeding in a certain way. How does it influence the chuckers help us? Who can give us an overview of that? Well Pronto the life force energy on it is in the breath. It's in the air. It's in water food. And it is a the life force energy so if you can increase. Frana in your energy field if you increase the flow of then you're going to have more energy become more charismatic and be healthier though Pronto. Yama Yama guess you you pronounce. It correctly is technique four of four increasing the product through the nostrils a going into your physical body and when you increase Brana in your physical body you become healthier so you know i. I really recommend the people learn how to do some breathing exercises. They're very very helpful. Absolutely I these in fact started doing more breath work especially in the evening and I found that is really really useful to me. I immediately feel physiological. State different feel much more better. He'd much more recharged and also when doing Khambatta which is like the breads control at holding a race for along times. Recently there was a Nobel Prize winner right that did some research into how elevated levels of carbon dioxide in the body can have numerous benefits for us as though it's funny how something that has been done for thousands of years to now scientists. Discovering oxygen is not really good for you and that if there is for a limited period of time if there's a slightly heightened level of carbon dioxide it can be good for the body. Isn't it very interesting? Yeah yeah the ARGO. This phenomenon can lead to pollute affiliation of stem cells as well as other benefits. When my nose is blocked? I really hold my breath and has the effect of killing my knees or channels. Almost immediately saw really fascinated and WANNA learn more about all the different types of work that that is so there's two naughty besides us through Shem Nadi that are very important one is called E. and one is called Penola Ada Nadi is associated with the left Nostril and the female aspect of your being and the Pingel is associated with your right nostril and the male aspect of your being and when and naturally human beings always breath is flowing more through one nostril then the other in every hundred ten minutes approximately the nostril switch in other words parts of our day. We are more in touch with R. Feminine Side More Relaxed Lauren. Touch with our what we call the Para sympathetic part of our autonomic nervous system Which is digesting food and doing internal activities and then at other times we are more in touch with the male side of our being which is an which is associated with the sympathetic aspect of the nervous system and which is involved with greater activity. A with heat with More aggressive activity with fighter flight reaction adrenaline. And that sort of thing. So does the autonomic nervous system is associated with our two nostrils. Yama what we're doing is we're balancing. This OUGHTA NOMMIK nervous system. And as a result of that we become more balanced our polarities become more balanced. The male and female within US becomes more balanced We become more balanced in all aspects of life when we practice for example alternating breathing exercise. That goes from one nostril to the other which You can learn how to do. It's very simple to do the important thing about pro. Naima is not too strained is very important to be easy and effortless with it and not You can actually damage yourself if you do these breathing exercises to forcefully good and if you're gonNA use Comeback Kubica if you're going to use retention breath it's important to build up to that and not try to do it all at once and not try to force yourself into holding the breath for long periods of time or into or forcing the air in and out of the nostrils Better to take it easy with Rana. Thanks a lot for sharing that Susan and for listeners. Who are listening right now. You know I would highly recommend trying out or checking out or learning how to do the ordinance give nostril breathing. Because I find especially if I'm in a meeting or maybe if I'm going into doing something that's important are some creative work or just need to relax and evening just two minutes or three minutes of that alternative. Nostril breathing feel so great few so relaxing. It's not esoteric. It's not complex. It's very practical so make sure you check that out does. Let's talk about a third eye. Now because any discussion about the chargers would be incomplete without this particular jerker so what role does deterred I play. In the Aleutian of a person's life are even humanity or so with our two. Is We see this? Beautiful wondrous world through our senses including our two is but there's a third eye and the third. I is located in the center of your head. It's in the pinal gland area and that particular. Chakra is six. Chuck Gra and it is associated with spiritual illumination. It is the eye of illumination the eye of seeing things that are hidden from view the eye of clairvoyance karate are santions. It's a way for you to experience your divine nature. Everyone of our seven major truck. Rose is a associated with the planet and the six chocolate or third eye. Chakra is it is associated with the planet Jupiter and the Planet Jupiter in Sanskrit. The word for Jupiter is guru so that planet of which is the guru the inner guru is is. They're sitting seated in your third eye though. It is your inner teacher it is your inner guru. It's your intuition. It is your insight. Is the place from which you can derive spiritual knowledge is the place where you can get any and every question in the universe answered when you ask when you ask spirit when you ask the inner grew to give you the answer to any question the answer when you develop that. Clever Roy clear audio ability which is located there in your third eye so My books can help you do that. I've written several books about developing intuition. One is called awakening your divine intuition. Another is called. Awaken your third eye and my latest book. I'm very latest book is called third. I'm meditations and the third. Meditations book is just filled with guided meditations and guided meditations by their very nature. Help you to awaken your third eye. Because what you're doing. When do a guided meditation as you're listening to the instructions and as you listen to instructions you are receiving a instructions that will help you to awaken your inner vision. Because you're seeing things as you're listening. You're you're seeing the things that you're experiencing so guided meditation. I totally easy and effortless. You don't have to do. Anything is the do nothing program you just listen to. You actually either read the words on the page or you can record those words onto a recording device as what I recommend and then you close your eyes and listen to your own voice guiding you into the meditation or you can get it as an audio book third I. Meditations is available as an audio book. And then you just close your eyes and follow the instructions. You just listen and it will guide you step by step by step through the meditative process. That helps you develop your third. I got away. Can your third eye has tons of techniques to help you develop your a clever Roy. Clare Stanchion and clarity and abilities tons of techniques to help you open third eye and also another book the power of Auras which cynically helps you to develop your ability to read Auras to be able to see clairvoyant late. That is also. That's got tons of other methods. Oh all my books are very practical. They're not just about airy-fairy they're not airy-fairy at all actually they're very practical so actually when the motivational speaker Tony Robbins said. I'm not to you probably right because as we learned today the good who is within you and it is in your third eye so Susan if the third is so powerful and so important in our evolution. Why isn't it active? Are WHY is dormant in most human beings today so the reason why our third I is? Dormant not activated is because we're not taught how to activate it in school. Were not trained in this ability that anybody can learn you can learn. Intuition you can learn to develop Clarence Clarence. Engines is a teachable method. It's a teachable skill. And we haven't been taught it because we are now in our phase of science based everything is science science science sciences. Are God right now. So so as science continues to be our deity worshipped at the Temple of Science. And we're not a learning how to develop our spiritual self. We're not learning how to develop our natural abilities of two percents re perception. That definitely helps clarify on earth things. The solution is for schools and educational institutions to start. Introducing spiritual practices are into practice our practices like Yoga and breathing at a younger age. So that the kids can then use their gifts that they already have to awakened at a younger age. Which I'm sure it's going to be easier than if someone decides to do much later down the line. So thanks a lot for shedding now. Susan from an energetic standpoint in your opinion how is the energy of this brand new decade different from the last decade that in two thousand nineteen do experience a shift? You feel a difference experienced any kind of energetic shift with these arbitrary numbers that we give two years whatever in the last fifty years. A huge changes have taken place on this planet in the twentieth century. Which most of you weren't even there in the twentieth century. Way Back This plan was a bloodbath. Frankly we had world war one. Where forty one million people were murdered. We had World War. Two where seventy one million people were murdered. We had thousands of soldiers coming back home in body bags the Vietnam War. None other blood-bath not as many people killed but the entire center was basically world. Wars conflict misery bloodbath. Why do we have now in the twenty first century voice early? Don't have that yeah. It's a different world way back. In the Twentieth Century Middle Of the twentieth century. There was no yoga. There was no mantra. There was no martial-arts. There was no organic foods. You'll go to the grocery store and you'd find meat potatoes. The only fresh foods you would find in the grocery store would-be potatoes tomatoes oranges apples and bananas. There wouldn't he wouldn't even find fresh vegetables. They didn't exist I. It's hard for people to believe but you know I remember. I'm not old so back then. There were no esoteric bookstores. There were too esoteric bookstores in the entire country on the east coast and the west coast no bookstores anywhere else had any information about yoga about mantra about Kunda. Lean ANYTHING NOTHING. Nothing no esoteric information whatsoever and you certainly were not gonNA learn at school. That's for sure Back then people were very uptight. They were very very uptight and they weren't relaxed. They were always wearing a mask. They had to live up to this. Certain way of being in certain Very strict rules about roles between men and women There was a lot of prejudice against ethnic groups. It was a different world today. The world is very very different especially with the Internet proliferation of Metaphysical Knowledge. A show like Aj's show were listening to right now available for anyone and everyone at least in places other than North Korea and maybe other places where you can't get information because the state but in the free world certainly it's all there so it's a different world and I'm really glad that it is because happily the wonderful teachers from the east came to the West in the twentieth century and they began to teach meditation the began to teach Yoga practices. They began to awaken people and as a result of that for the last fifty years. People have been awakening and they continue to awaken and more and more and more and more people are getting interested in self development in spiritual practices in something other than Orthodox religions. Alternative religions are becoming more interesting to people. People are talking about. Oh I'm not religious. I'm spiritual the beginning to say that ten to fourteen percent depending on where you read the statistics somewhere between ten and fourteen percent of people in the United States claim that they meditate a different world. What can I say? Yes so drive if you're listening to this right now especially if you're in two thousand and twenty then it's a good dime to be alive and thanks a lot for putting that into our perspective. I hope you enjoy today's session. So far and you now now have some inside. So's thoughts into how you can awaken that force within you and it is now time to start paying attention to that faint wise within and to listen to your heart or standing you even though sometimes it might not seem logical at first you must lean into your hunch and trust your path because if you have faith it'll never lead you astray because as Albert Einstein once said I believe in infusions and inspirations. I sometimes feel that I'm right. I do not know that. I am so trustee contusion and with that being said it is now time for our wisdom round after which we're going to continue our conversation and Gore deeper for our members know did remind you of this extended. Conversation is one of the numerous bonuses available to members of the Action Drive Energy Circle Community. Dhillon more go to my seven. Jerkers DOT COM forward slash join. That's mice jars dot com forward slash. Join so let's begin the wisdom round which includes four questions rapid fire style so Susan what is best fees of advice. You have ever received. Now that I've ever received one day. Maharishi came up to me in. Hand me a flower and he said to me. Don't look to anyone when you don't look to anyone. Then everyone will look to you. I didn't quite understand what he was saying at the time but eventually I realized that he wasn't just talking about anyone he was also talking about himself in other words. Don't look to me as being your God. Look to yourself realize yourself and depend on yourself rather than on people and things around you got it and if you could turn back diamond. Spend one hour with someone who is living are dead. Who would it be verse? One popped into my mind was Jesus. I think it'd be interesting for me to spend some with him Bernie interesting character. He was a class he was a rebel was kind and he emphasized the idea that we can create our own reality through our words especially through our words and that we have all the power within US greater things than this. Y'All you do what he said and orders it one thing you're doing the morning or maybe in the evening before you sleep. That has improved the quality of your life. Meditation this matter when I do it. Meditate is the panacea of all ills. It is the thing that will bring you back to your center. It's the thing that will help you to stay. Youthful saying that will help you stay healthy and strong and it is the thing that connects you to spirit and brings you joy. Bliss consciousness fulfilment contentment of it is just the best thing. Meditation is the best thing and if you go to. I commend one book for our listeners. Today what would it be? Divide Guitar would be a good book for everyone to read and to absorb because it has all the teachings of Yoga in a very small volume and it will teach you about the master disciple relationship as well because Krishna Krishna did his open ego surgery on Arjuna particular dialogue. And if you can read between the lines you'll understand that but it has all the teachings of the ages right there in the bargain Gita. Thanks for shedding extra. Would you like to receive one book for Free Because Audible Dot Com is offering action tribe? One Free audiobook down Lord with a Free Thirty Day trial in case your door. No article is into audiobooks. Which means that. You're listening to the book. Rather than reading the book and in most cases the author himself or herself reads out the book. Do you is a great experience to try it out and get your first audiobook for free. Go to myself could'VE DOT COM slash free book at my seven Junkers Dot com slash free book. The Susan thank you so much for joining us today and shedding all those stories and pieces of wisdom and things to watch out for and Incheon Desert Attic wisdom with us. What does that one thing that you're grateful for today? And how can people find more about you and get a horde of your books? I'm so grateful that I learned this special knowledge called divine revelation. Which at any time need to do is just call upon divine beings call upon God and ask or whatever it is that I want whatever spiritual experience that I want and that immediately the divine beings of light would come to me and lift me out of any negative state any discord and bring new right back to send right back to my divine being nest that anytime I can call upon these beauties beings of light and return to God realization return to the direct contacted communication with God and I am so grateful that that I have that that I know how to do that and that I can share that with other people that I can teach others how to do that as well. And how do we find you online as well? Let's get a hold of your books. My website is Dr Susan Dot Org. That's Dr Susan Dot Org and also my other website divine travels dot com. That's plural on the travels divine travels dot com and my books are available anywhere that you purchase books Obviously probably the least expensive place to purchase them as at Amazon. All my books are available on all platforms and also at your local bookstore. And if it's not there you can ask them to get it in for you so I have eighteen books in print thirty four four and additions and one thirty one book awards. You didn't books I mean I know that people take months and months to write one but you've written eighteen books and of course you've got other worlds. You do workshops you've got courses actually make sure that you learn more about doctors. Susan shown skied at her website. We link our website As well as our book on the show notes. Are you available on Instagram? Susan I yes. I've INSTAGRAM TWITTER. Facebook all of that as well grades actually tribe if you're on instagram than take a screen shot of this episode and tag me on Instagram so that I can share your story with Susan and with our entire community. My handle is at my seven chuckers. That's at my seven. We now going to move into our bonus extended session for our energy circle members. If you'd like to upgrade the link is in the episode shown notes and if not no worries have a great week ahead and we will chat soon. Thank you for listening to shot at my son. Chopped DOT COM that mind S. E. V. SHOPPERS DOT COM.

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Overcome Depression And Cultivate Healing Energy Using Qigong With Anthony Korahais

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Overcome Depression And Cultivate Healing Energy Using Qigong With Anthony Korahais

"Have Chuck rose episode to ninety two? The Senate Chuck swirling, four to six energy position throughout the base of the spine to the crown of the head worth thousands of this ancient wisdom has been Ken Starr. Nst on their measure to disciple. What are the functions of these energy, sentiments, and cook, these chucked help you, unlike your destiny and find your purpose? Welcome to my Senate chocolates. And now your host a giant Kumar. What's up actually drive EEG here host, and founder of my seven Chuck, it is the show where we provide you ancient wisdom inspiring stories and action steps that will help you transform your life. So if you're new to our show that I want to give you a warm warm welcome and know that you are in the right place, because I believe that you have been divinely guided alwa- here now before we actually begin today's episode, I've got a quick message for you. If you are interested in working on your chocolate us, and kidding, the energy blockages that are holding you back from your desired life, that join me this Thursday for an online checker training, mashed going to show you how small energy blockages in your body can lead to illness and discomfort, and disease and what you can do about it, and also going to teach you how to balance your root Chakra for greater flow and abundance, and you will discover how to activate your life force energy in your palms, which is a fun, fun. Activities. Join me WWW dot my seven Chuck dot com. Forward slash live training. That's my seven jugulars salmon is a word, miso, Jehovah's dot com forward slash live training. Alright so let's welcome. Our special guests for today, Anthony garages. Anthony, you ready to inspire? Absolutely. Thank you AJ. Thanks for having me awesome selection. Dr Anthony Karaz healed himself off clinical depression, low back pain, anxiety, chronic fatigue, using the ancient Chinese healing art off Chee gong. And since then he has had thousands of people all over the word to use Geegong for their own stubborn health issues and through our numerous solutions, here's a director of flowing then with over twenty certified instructors, and he's also get this is on the board of directors off the national CI gong association action, tribe, you might wanna listen to this episode till the very end. Here's why we're going to talk about how Anthony or came different challenges, like depression, using jiggle, you will learn what healing really is. And we will uncover the big benefits of Chico, and why it doesn't take months or even years to, to see desserts, you can feel it difference in most cases on most immediately. So are you ready? Let's get started. So I don't need to begin with what is your favorite inspirational court? And how do you apply that in your day to day life? Lots of choices but I think we'll just go with good old Aristotle. This is what I deal with a lot, which is that excellence is not an act. It's a it's a habit. And I think that this is what you're sort of talking about in terms of these action steps in terms of getting people to practice. So obviously, my, my topic is Chikang. And you'd think okay, well, you just teach Seekonk, and that's enough, but it's not most of what I do are large part of what I do is inspire people. To take action to make habit changes in their life. It's one thing to learn she gone or type c or similar arts. But how do you implement it on a daily basis? So that's why I love that Aristotle. Quote, Warren Moon who's actually people if you watching the member, there's a difference between learning something and actually implementing and applying it, and she gone is not just about activating, your CCI. And then forgetting about it, but it's activating it and cultivating it and that's the key word and that is so profound. Thanks for sharing that with us Anthony. So let's start from the way beginning, what we are doing at the beginning, like you said that she gone saved your life. Right. So how so, yeah. That's, that's a statement that confuses people once they hear my story. So stick with it a little bit. Because if you know, a little bit about me already you already mentioned it that I yield myself with depression. What a lot of people don't realize is that the Prussian is deadly, they don't realize how many people are dying from depression. And I was in a very dangerous zone at the time I was in my mid twenties, and I was at a very I was at in college with a lot of pressure. There was a lot of factors there that put me in at high risk for death from from depression. So I want you to understand as you listen to this. That I'm not I'm not being glib or just trying. It's not I'm not trivializing things by saying that it saved my life, I really was at risk depression is a number two killer for that age group. And she kung was a thing that did it for me. So my story was, I was exiting college. I just finished with college. I was probably already depressive, but it wasn't something that we talked about back, then this was back in the nineteen ninety s and depression was still even today. There's still a stigma, but especially back then we didn't talk about it. I didn't want admit that I had depression. But my life was just going down down and down. And it had previously been good. I had a very promising future. I was very successful in. College, and with music, which was I was raised. My parents are musicians, but something was starting to change after college. And I was falling into this abyss of depression anxiety really high anxiety, including some panic attacks chronic fatigue. I was just exhausted. I couldn't do the things that I was used to doing at the time I was very interested in karate, and then also low back pain severe low back pain, and actually, I think low back pain is what saved my life. It's interesting. The low back pain is what I started looking for solutions to not the depression, because I didn't want to admit that I was depressed. I don't think anybody does. So the back pain, I was practicing karate at the time I was very gung ho about karate, but I couldn't practice because my back was killing me. And so, I started looking for solutions to my back pain. Thank god. I did because that is what ultimately led me to find punchy gung really go to, to sort of take us back in time. You said it, you're a student, right with. Some of the factors or circumstances, that were creating that sense of depression, within your because you said you that you were into music you earned karate but give us an idea over here was some of the circumstances. Oh, many factors that were creating that state of depression within you. Well like all things I, I think it's a combination of nurture and nature. So I think that it's likely that I have a predisposition for depression. I think it runs in my family. And then there's external factors as well. You know, the, the college, I went to was just very high pressure, and I went to Columbia, New York, and there's some research, also that, you know, with these high pressure schools, the incidents and the depression and suicide is twice as bad. So there was the pressure from school. There was pressure from growing up, there was pressure from I don't know, maybe not eating right? There were so many factors. I, I don't think people can so easily say depression is caused by this, or that, I think depression is an epidemic worldwide. There's no doubt about that. But I think it's not just it's chemical thing for sure. And. It was definitely chemical. But it's more than that. I think it's also a spiritual thing. It's an energetic thing. It's a life thing. It's, it's one of these big challenges it's it's for me. It was a dragon that I had the sleigh or maybe continually sleigh my life, but I don't know exactly what caused it. But I know what fixed it. And that was secon gone. It okay. So you head soda challenges you're willing to pression you had lower Bank been, there was hurting you so you were on this quest to find something that could potentially he'll you. How did you discover CI gun? What's that story like yeah. So for me, I'm a I'm a bookworm, and I love books, I studied literature in college. I've always been a reader, and I still am, and so my natural solution was to go to the bookstore, and at the time in New York City, which is where I was living we had these beautiful big bookstores and I would just go in there and go to typically the martial arts. I'll because that's what I was interested in and. I was actually originally looking at tied she so it's it was natural. Because in New York City at the time we would see people practicing Taichi in the morning, you know, these slow motion movements we didn't really know much about it. But we would see the Chinese community practicing in a more early in the morning and I had this idea in my head that Taichi was healthy. So I started looking in Taichi books at the time I had never heard of Chico on literally never heard of the word. So I'm reading these books on touchy touchy is, basically a martial art or originally was martial art and I'm reading this book, but I'm still in love with karate. I'm a black belt in karate at the time of still in love with it. I'm not really that interested in switching martial arts. And as I'm reading these books on Taichi. They keep mentioning this thing called Chikang. I didn't know how to pronounce it at the time, either, there's a few different spellings. I do not pronounce it, and it kept coming up in the books that kept coming up kept coming up. So I could looking for more books and then I started looking for books on she gone. And I remember very clearly, there was this one t book that. Told the story of a monk named boaty. Dharma dharma. Oh. And he arrived at a Buddhist temple in China from India, actually was Indian, here's an Indian monk. He arrived from India at a temple in China and he found that the monks were meditating, but they were sick and they were weak and they're on unhealthy. And so he taught them a series of exercises, which are we would now call cheek on? And you know this totally transformed amongst had not only increased increase their health, but it improved their spiritual cultivation as well. And I don't know something about this story just resonated with me, and I thought, that's what I want. I want whatever that, that is. I want it and it's funny because I didn't realize this until about ten ten years later, but now because of all my training and the teachers have studied with I actually have a direct lineage back to that monk. I actually studied the it was some Quincy dental that I studied the type of cheek on that. You know, it's this fifteen hundred years later, we don't know. Exactly. But as far as we can tell that she that I practice is in the lineage of what this month, buddy Dharma taught. So it's really it was really sort of cosmic incidence there. I'm very I think that's pretty interesting 'cause make Clinton's divine timing. And these are some of the topics that we speaking about today, because it is no coincidence, that you watching the stream right now, you'll meant to watch it and I am simply enjoying it Anthony, you've spoken about being in a library. And if anyone's watching this right now, I'm sure they would agree that when you go into a library, I love going into a library. You know, it's just that sense of smell that draws me in and I get lost, I could spend hours in the library, maybe just sitting exposing myself to different feels. Right. Especially those are adjacent to Dobbins that I'm really interested in and it's so mystical that you went in to learn a little bit about Taichi, but then you discovered CI gong. And then you add you had that bag round of. Karate because you are black blackboard. So I think the world is so interconnected, and then one thing leads to another and then you end up there, so talk to us about Chiyo now a man. I'm sure people are fascinated. They're curious. What is she go? And why is it so effective? Yeah. So if I had to describe it quickly cheek on is the ancient Chinese art of self healing. It's really the grandmother of Taichi, it's much much older than tight shared, and you can cultivate in many different directions. It's like you said earlier, it's, it's an art of cultivation, and specifically the art of cultivating internal energy, but you can cultivate in a few different directions. There are three main directions. One is for health and healing to is for martial arts and three for spirituality. But they're not just distinct pass the, the thing, which is that they overlap a lot. So a lot of the cheek on, you will learn will overlap, so you might be learning some, some healing, or medical. On what we call it. But, you know, you might also learn some spiritual take on which also helps push you through your blockages. So what it is in terms of the nitty gritty is. A it's really a lot of different things. But very simply they are typically, we would start with dynamic standing exercises, which can also be done seated, but typically there, there's they're done standing, they involve very gentle movement, breathing and meditation and specific ways. And when you get all the pieces together, there's many different movements, but the movements are a bit of a red herring or a mistake that people chase. It's not just the movements you have to have all of the pieces together, what she gong to get the results that you need. So when you do the movements the breathing the meditative aspects and you do these correctly and consistently under. A specific method than that's when you get all these amazing results, most typically. And this is what I teach mainly is in health and vitality. But also I spent many, many years, practising, qigong martial arts to that improves, your speed your power, your internal strength, and the older, I get the more interested. I am in spiritual cheek on and opening my heart. Opening my energy opening my mind and connecting with something that's larger than all of us horn of Warner fool so viewers. When you see somebody doing these wonderful, she gone moves the slow, and beautiful moves remember that, what's going on inside is not just a moves, but it's movement, breathing coordinated reading. And of course, a meditation awareness, and once you practice it, you get more and more better at it or more skill at it. And that's the beauty of it is a cultivation nor just a onetime active. So I think you mentioned that you went in search of certain teachers, right? Our masters or mentors that could potentially teach you. She gone will you where did you go first? And how did you find out about that? I person- actually I just started looking into York City, you know, it's a mecca of martial arts and she gone tight shea I went to parks. I went to a few schools in you are, and I don't know. I think it's really important to find teachers that resonate with you. And I, although I learned a little bit. I just didn't find what is looking for and eventually. Zuma had a little in the story I ended up flying to San Francisco and met an Asian teacher there. And then not long after that, I ended up traveling to Asia to learn from him some other masters and then over the years, I've actually learned from maybe, I would say, I mean, dozens of different teachers, but I would say a half dozen masters that I've really buckled down and done the work of what they teach and I spent seventeen years as a as an inner chamber disciple of one particular master. So, yeah, I, I went on I literally went on a long search. Not just in my city, but globally, I traveled all around the world to learn what I needed to learn to heal myself, and to cultivate in the way that I wanted to cultivate. Wow. And truly. We aren't talking about the word global over here. We've got, you know, viewers from Luxembourg. We've got Addy from Thailand. We've got Laura Miller who's actually a student from Wyoming. We've got Yvonne from what Desta California. So thanks, everyone. For watching Anthony talk to us about. So for initially you found teachers in the US, right? New York to California and then you stepped out to Asia. Was that your first time and where did that sort of quest, take you? Yeah. That was, hey guys, I recognize a few of those names. I know a couple of my students are in here. I guys. So my I was just kind of I don't know. I think desperation brings something with it. I had traveled before, but I had never been to someplace like Asia. And when I look back, it's kind of crazy. What I did. I was still struggling with the pressure. Although at the time I was climbing out of my depression. Thanks to Chikang. But I set this. Goal to travel to as to learn from the teacher. And I just sort of did it. I didn't know what I was doing. I I bought a ticket. I flew to Malaysia. I went to meet his teacher. I spent a couple of weeks there. It was in retrospect, it was kind of crazy that I would, especially in this day of the internet back then the internet was very new. And you know, I it wasn't really an option to learn online. So I, I just sort of did it. I don't know where this strength from. I just I think it was a determination to. To level up to get out of the I mean for, for people don't understand how painful depression can be that kind of negative motivation can be very powerful. Some people will say, oh, you shouldn't use negative motivations but for me and some of my students negative, for example, depression is even now even after all these years of managing it. So well. It's a kick in my ass. It reminds me anytime I get lazy. Or, or, you know, I do get lazy people think that, oh, you're you've been doing this so long you practice every day. And I typically do, but sometimes I get a little lazy and a little reminder of my depression, lights a fire and reminds me to practice. That's kind of what happened with my original trip to, to Asia. I just. It was almost life and death for me. I mean it was but at this point, I was sort of out of the danger zone but I knew that if I didn't do something. Let's say something crazy, if I didn't shake things up that I might go back down that, that dark path, and I was determined not to go back there. Got it covered. So for those who are watching right now, please make sure that you share the sports that it gives us a like, because we want to spread this important information as far and wide as possible to share share share. And Anthony, you mentioned something so important, so profound, is that, you know, when we change like Anthony Robbins, same name reminded minded as we age because of two reasons. One is either inspiration or desperation, and usually the second is a more powerful of factor that, you know, forces us to, to go beyond our comfort on, especially when we have our back against the wall. It forces us to transform to change for the better. And you the second thing you, you mentioned and I realized that she is not just about recognizing the light. Right. It's not just about focusing on the good, but also recognizing the darkness, right? You have the yin and the Yang and to acknowledge EDA's that need folk. Focus the attention that need your mindfulness, right? Yeah. For sure. Totally great. Yeah. Everything is union young. But that's that's definitely part of my journey is that there was an acceptance of first of all, and acceptance of my depression, like I am depressive. This is a problem. This is dangerous and the light, I would say it, which is, there's something I can do about it, which is really kind of it's like kind of like what the Buddha taught is kind of like. Well, life is suffering life, kind of sucks. 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So thanks, a lot for bring that to our tension. Could you give us an all you now off Chinese medicine? And how does she gone sort of factor into it or fit into it? Yeah. So Chinese medicine as as an entity is a huge thing at traces back, thousands and thousands of years. Ryan it has many different branches. So the most popular brands that most of us have heard of at least in the west, I think is acupuncture and then closely related to that is Chinese or Vala, Jay, which, you know, those often go hand in hand in the past. They were there actually separate today. Most acupuncturists also practice for policy, but in the past that wasn't always the case, you would go to a neurologist, or you might go to an acupuncturist. There are other branches like Chinese massage, which is nine even other branches. But what most people still don't know is that sekong is one of the branches so cheap gung is like an entire branch of. Chinese medicine. And this is well recognized in the world of Chinese medicine. So, for example, I went to acupuncture college and at acupuncture, college, they, you know, they teach Qigang. They recognize the importance of it, and actually later, a lot of my early students came from my classmates in my professors at acupuncture, college referring, their patients to me because they recognized that the that I talked with so good. And they all recommend she gone for their patients and the difference, which she gone and what I love about, she gong is that it is self healing. So it empowers, you, it's medicine, but empowers you to work on yourself and what I tell people and this is this is really true. This is held out to be true in my years and years of teaching thousands of people from all of the world. So with Chikang, if you learn and practice with even just one year of training now you can do less, but let's say one year in the grand scheme of things. One year of training in any art is not a big deal. Let's say one year of very casual training practicing. About fifteen minutes a day you can learn to be as powerful a healer on yourself, only as people who spend years and years and years, and many more hours, going to medical school, or becoming healers, or doing other things in order to heal somebody else that is an incredible thing, one year of kind of lazy casual training, can turn you into a powerful, self healer where you can really make amazing consistent changes in your own life. That is amazing. And that's where she gum shines. Is that it is their branches of Tekong dead can work on healing somebody else. But what I love and what I focus on, on the self healing aspects of Chittagong that can help you empower you to start participating in your own healing. So if you get acupuncture, you get some other type of healing it works for your great add to gung, and you and your physician, or your doctor will be super happy because you'll be participating and magnifying the results of whatever you're already doing. Wow. So action drive. I hope you're watching you're listening. You're taking notes and noting downward, Anthony, just mentioned, which is the fact and truth, that your body has an inner healer, right? So, you know, depending on something external right? You can use them. In conjunction? Herbs are some other treatment that you're having acupuncture and stuff like that. But the end of the day he do JI gong. If you practice these MOS may be on a daily basis for sharp Peter a time. Your party was remembered the inner blueprint that you already have and will start restoring and re balancing and, and bringing you to the big state that you deserve to be in. So Anthony is she gonna practiced the same way in China as it is in the west? How does it differ, if it does? Well, yes. And no. But what people forget about China. Everybody thinks, oh, let's, let's go to China to learn Chih-kong right people forget about the cultural revolution wasn't that long ago in the nineteen sixties and the. Culture revolution was awful. And they, you know, they killed everybody who was in authority figure in intellectual arts traditional arts, pseudo religious arts healing arts, martial arts to either if they didn't kill them. They persecuted incentive to camps and all the masters in China went into hiding, and although there are more masters coming out and teaching in China. You have to remember that a lot of them fled China. They went to places like Hong Kong. They went to California. They went to southeast Asia, and this actually happened a few times in Chinese history where the traditional masters fled. So it's a mistake, a big mistake to think that China is still the source. In fact, what's very often happens is like I myself have brought qigong back to Asia. So I have as in students who tell me that they can't, like, for example in Singapore. They tell me that they can't learn cheek on the way that I teach it because I teach it very openly and no nonsense in a modern way. So. You, you know, you have to recognize that there are pockets of masters throughout the world. And my generation of students, we had to go and we had to become disciples of these masters. I had to go through the traditional craziness of becoming a disciple. I had to learn from them for many, many years. Those things have changed now. She gong is global it's all over the world. My students, for example, in some of my online at my current online class, I have students from thirty eight countries and there's a reason why they're coming to me. It's because they haven't found a teacher nearby or even in their travels that they resonate with now with the internet, we can do that. We can learn from teachers all over the world, of course. Find out where your teachers learn from find out if they're good at what they do. But for example, students somebody's just asked me last week. I want to go to China to learn Chih-kong. And it's maddening to me, it's like you will spend months and months searching in China to find a good teacher. You probably won't find one. You'll spend thousands and thousands of dollars in the in the pursuit. And if you do get lucky enough, like let's say you luck out, you win the lottery, and you find good teacher. It's gonna be miserable. It traditional Chinese teacher is gonna make you miserable in the process of learning. Because the traditional way in China is to test, you out for one year two years, maybe three years before, really teaching you the good stuff, and I'm not tinies. I went through a lot of that stuff. But what I do is I just give you the good stuff right up front because I have a different philosophy. My philosophy is qigong saved my life. Maybe you need it to save your life. So you're going to need the good stuff as soon as possible. Right. So I teach right. Really right from the beginning, even a lot of my free materials, I teach stuff. That was that used to be really a well guarded secret in the world. Right. What comes to my mind is doctor strange, remember that scene where he's trying to get that wisdom. Right. And he doesn't get it immediately. Yes. To fight for it. Yes. To have that patients and their determination, but yeah, now, there are twelve primary meridians in Chinese medicine rights, firstly worn are meridians. And what's the significance in all of this? Yeah. So this is connects us back to Chinese medicine acupuncture. I think we all know deals with these meridians and these points. So the traditional way of talking about them, which I think is really still relevant is of like rivers and seas of energy through the body. Now, remember, this is back before they had the idea of wires or electricity or anything like that. So, but we whichever way you want to look at it. They're not actual wires. You can't cut open the body and see the wires. But there are these rivers of energy through the body traditionally, there are twelve primary meridians each one. Associated with in Oregon. And then there are eight secondary meridians, and then they're actually even more there's sort of correlation. But what these past masters and this is the genus of enter who knows how they figure this out, but similar to the shocker theory, which of course Indian. But how did they figure out Decem the shocker is, and I think it's the noughties these little cha- channels in the Indian tradition. But how did these past masters figure it out? I don't know but it's ingenious and it's still useful today, both as a metaphor and literal tracing of the channels of pathways of energy flow through the Body Guard will shading and it blows my mind all the time disorder. Even think about how these people went about mapping these nineties in these Midi without technology without advanced systems that were available without technology. Just using the power of I guess, focus and meditation contemplation documents. Whatever that might be, but they did it and we benefit from that wisdom now. Let me ask you a question that I'm sure there's an on everyone's mind right now. But how exactly does she gong help produce stress, because that's something everyone's going through stress anxiety, maybe depression as well. So how does GIO help reduce stress? So everybody wants to reduce stress, and I don't know the term has become almost meaningless. It's like if people don't even understand what that means and this, this description in a modern way may help. So what people need to understand, is the basic yin and Yang of their nervous system. Your central nervous system has two basic states. It's more complicated in this. But I'm simplifying you have two basic states one, you're very familiar with which is the fight or flight mode, and the other mode, which has people, what people don't know as much as the rest, relax and distort a restore mode. So fighter flight is you're sympathetic nervous system and the rest and restore mode. Is your para sympathetic the easy way to remember that is? Stressful. Sympathetic peaceful para sympathetic. So we are designed to flow back and forth between sympathetic and Paris pathetic. That's natural there should be a flow back and forth. One is not better than the other. We should be flowing back and forth. So let's say thousands of years ago you're being chased by sabertooth tiger. That is the time for your sympathetic nervous system to engage. You need all of the energy in the muscles, so that you can run in escape from the tiger. And wait where you don't need energy, for example, is digestion. That's not important. When you're running away from a tiger you don't need energy in cellular repair, or things like this, like, all these other systems in the body, no longer need, they temporarily do not need energy when you're escaping the tiger. But what's supposed to happen and does not happen in our modern lies is that once you've escaped the tiger that was a close one and you're supposed to shift back into. The person pathetic or arrest and restore mode. Most of us don't do that. So when it comes to chronic healing, there's actually a very good explanation for why we are not healing. And while the stress is creeping up constantly on us, we are stressed out, and stuck in what they call at a sort of a constant low grade state of fight or flight mode, a Bill comes in the mail, and you look at it, and you get stressed out that is a modern tiger. You have a fight with your spouse, or your boss, at work, these little things, engage, the sympathetic nervous system, and we no longer know how to shift back into the para sympathetic. So it's no wonder you're not healing. Or it's no wonder you're not feeling a reduction in your stress. That's because your system is actually designed that way. You're stuck in fighter flight mode, your body thinks you're still running from tiger. So what's he gone does and other many other arts as well? But I think she really it hits the spot for many of us. It teaches us. Us to regulate our nervous system to go from the sympathetic into the person pathetic from the fight or flight and ease our way back into the para sympathetic para sympathetic arrests restore relaxed mode, does not mean inaction it, it can mean that I mean resting, but you can do she Kong, you can do these movements these beautiful movements and brief standing up even moving around, you can do them in a para sympathetic state relaxing, your nervous system and not just reducing your stress, which is what everybody thinks, but you're actually responding to your stress. The reason why I don't like the word reducing stress is because forget about reducing the stuff from out there that doesn't work. I mean maybe maybe a little bit. But for the most part, if you're alive in the twenty first century stress is going to hit you what we need to reduce or or just is our reaction to stress and our ability to regulate our nervous system. And I think that, that's one of the most beautiful things about teak is. Are really a practical modern way to regulate nervous. You're nervous system warranty, warranted is action dry viewers watch as if you are watching right now, make sure that you share this post because this is really useful information way practical information because the truth is, as learning right now we're living in the modern age. There are so many things around us that are creating a level of stress. Maybe the time we see our bills are so many notifications on Instagram Facebook, you know, people that we have to meet people that demand, our attention to emails and so many commitments that we have committed to that. Our body is always in a state of Batta sympathetic. Right. Fight or flight more fight or flight sympathetic. Guess sympathetic. So that's fine to flight and our body needs to go back into Patterson pathetic. So that it, it realizes that there's no sable to tiger who need a way to relax and Jeeva. I'm gonna beautiful manner allows us to tap into a breathing are. Nation in our body moment to skied us back into that wonderful state. So beautiful explain, thanks, not for sharing that with an action tribe, please. Take note, please take action. So Anthony, Ken CHU gone cure chronic immune disorders, because I've chattered and connected to so many members in our community, and I see a lot of people have these challenges chronic immune disorders or challenges is there is it a solution? Yes. So first of all, let me be very careful in the western world. You have to be very careful with the word, cure, certainly in my in my world. I have careful and I want to be careful too, because I think cure sends the wrong message that it's it, it oversimplifies, and we don't need to. And I think that we don't need to oversell something like chick on what we really want is a solution or a really beautiful elegant management of that. So, for example, I'll use my example of depression, and my cured of depression. I don't know. I, I used to think I was, but I think that that was. I think I was I don't think that was correct. And I don't think it was good for me to tell my students that, but here's the thing that's amazing. And you know, it's good enough or is still almost miraculous the way that I manage, my depression with Shougang is miraculous. It's like it's almost as good as a cure, and it doesn't get us down those false paths, and it also helps us avoid legal issues. So I want to be very careful in promising cure, but here's what I can't promise. Sekong can do amazing things because specifically, really one of the things that it does best is to supercharge your immune system. Now, I say, supercharge, because that's a good word in a west but very often what if we're talking about chronic immune disorders. What we're talking about is not just supercharging your immune system, but balancing it. So autoimmune is too much immunity. Sometimes it's your body actually attacking yourself. Right. So yeah, your body is attacking itself, or not, regulating, the immune system correctly, so she Kong is all about the yin and Yang of your body's natural systems. It's about balancing that stuff out. Do we have first of all, is he man system engaged in a healthy way? Can the antibodies get to where they need to go? Are you producing the right antibodies? All this stuff all the stuff, of course, happens visibly and magically in our own bodies without us ourselves doing anything, but she gung absolutely is amazing. And here's here's the great thing about she gone. If you do it, and this is the way I prefer to teach it if you do it, and systematic way, and in a modern way with without any of the BS from some of the that gets thrown around in the world of Tekong entirety and meditation. Sometimes just focus on yourself your healing. Try to get good results. You'll get an answer basically you if you see what I tell students is. If you practice everyday consistently are mostly everyday consistently for say three months as not to say that all your problems are going to be gone, but you're going to see progress in multiple areas and that's going to inspire you the continue with your practice. And then you just keep going on your sign a new contract. I'm going to do three more months of Tekong keep going keep going. But if you're asking me, if I've had students who've had results with chronic immune disorders, absolute lots and lots of them of all different kinds, some. I can't even pronounce and and that's not because Kim Jong is magic. It's because your, your body's natural healing systems are magic. That's what's magic. Got it now through your energy, a wonderful energy that you're sharing with us right now and sharing your story, and the transformation that is available to everyone in this lifetime. We've got some amazing questions. And I hope you will able to shed some light on them because it won't and Amina these are die. Hard action takers, anyone asks can it help reduce someone who has seizures or psychogenic seizures? So basically she said, so if you could comment on that, and then on more onto the next question after that. Okay. Yvonne, when you say seizure, so I mean, psychogenic just means, they're, it's like the modern word for psychosomatic, but these are legitimate Caesar's. They've been measured some sort of epileptic seizures at grandma, what are we talking about here? So I can just get to the bottom of it. And while we're waiting for her answer, I'll mention so I get this question a lot. It's insert, you know, your condition can cheek on help someone with insert this, I actually have a whole block. On this subject, and let me be very clear, as we're waiting to answer. Yvonne's question is that it, it doesn't matter what I say. I mean, the answer is yes. Of course, Seekonk and help with just about anything because the body's ability, heal these first of all, you should do some research and find out are there cases of spontaneous healing of whatever your condition is you'll find that for many, many conditions there are many, many documented cases, so in that case, you know, that the body is sort of capable, so then the question is, is a good fit for you. And are you going to practice it, and here's what's really going to answer your own question your own experience, and I have thousands and thousands of students from all of the world who can honestly say from their own experience? She going helped me with this. And that's what I want, like it's, it's not what some guy on some show, who said something interesting. One day on a Saturday says to you and say about you practicing taking action and proving to yourself, that your body can heal that she gong as maybe a good fit for you, and that you. Can make make an impact on your own. Healing. That's what that's what we're after here. Did we sorry? I missed it. If she gave an answer that she answer my question back to her while she mentioned known epi happily. Okay. So, so thanks for clarifying. So I like to get the bottom of these things. I think it's important to clarify. Off the top of my head. Yes, I have had students who had seizure, non electives epilepsy seizures. I don't remember them using the term cycle genetic, but that may just be my memory there. And if I remember correctly. Yes, they definitely saw results now, as you know, both epileptic and non epileptic seizures or complicated and even the best scientists, you know, even the mayo clinic, doesn't they don't fully understand that they have different things that they will use to treat it. But it's not something that's clearly understood nor is the mechanism understood. Here's my thing with Chih-kong. I think you absolutely need to try Chih-kong because it is perfect for situations. Like this, where a lot of my students come to me, like we talked about earlier, they come in desperation. They come having tried many, many different things. They come having gone to the mayo clinic, having tried other types of, of healing, and, you know, they still aren't any clear on what exactly the problem is or what the solution is. And they add onto it. And I'm not gonna say Chittagong is always the perfect fit. But I tell you one thing students who practiced he going regularly it sets them on a new path and helps them to get towards the. Maybe the combination of things that they need for the healing that they need. So for me for you your situation. She is a no brainer. You need it like you need to start practicing. She gung, if not from me, find a teacher that you resonate with you can try my stuff to get started. And then find a teacher that works for you. But I wanna see you do three months, six months, nine months, a year of Chittagong and then answer the question yourself. I think there's, there's no question in my mind that if you practice some good she gone for a good period of time you're gonna come back, and you're going to say it definitely helped, you know, it helped in these, it's not to say that the problem is completely gone, but it definitely helped, and I'm gonna can you continue doing it? I'm sold on gong and I'm going to do it for the rest of my life. This is how a lot of my students talk. So they will action drive, especially if you are listening to our audio version of our podcast, remember that we these this do a live stream with accorded live for the live audience. If you join our Facebook, Facebook page, then, you'll be able to partake in this experience and ask questions. We got on to all questions, but we will try to feature as many questions as possible Google Facebook page hit like so that you get reminders as soon as we go live on Saturdays. No, Anthony these, these your on an adventure right on an RV, and you're traveling across the country. So talk to Bordia journey, and how has it been so far 'cause I see your photos from time to time to look amid look spectacular to talk to us about it. Yes. So I'm entering a new phase of my life. I'm actually broadcasting from the top of a mountain. In a campground, we'll see if I can give you a little bit of the view and so about a month ago, I set out on a journey in an RV, which for those who don't know. I don't know if it's gonna be it's hard to see out there. It's misty today. So I'm in an RV which is recreational vehicle. It's basically a home on wheels for many years in Florida. I had a brick and mortar Seekonk studio for ten years. Basically, I closed that a couple years ago as I started moving online, I started teaching online, and reaching more and more people from different countries and all over the country and all of the world. And now I'm in, so I closed my studio, and I just started to teach online and on retreats. And now it's even further in the next step after that, which is I'm teaching online, and I'm also traveling around spending time in this beautiful places because Qigang is really meant to be done outside, and I'm also meeting people. I'm meeting my students all around the country. I'm specifically one of my goals is to take beautiful images and videos of sekong. In these amazing spaces. If you check out my Instagram channel. For example, you'll see me starting to do more and more of this, because I think it's really important to get the message because we, we respond visually like if you see an image of me or my students doing Tekong in these beautiful spaces. It's the kind of thing that sort of inspires, you to look a little bit deeper and I'm on a mission to, to reach more people and to inspire people to fall in love with she gone the way I did. So that's kind of what my crazy life is. I'm kind of a monk now on the on the road I live in. I'm in a very small space. I live in air eighty two square feet, but I love it. It gets me outside. It gets meeting some interesting people, and we'll see. We'll see where my path takes me. What do things firstly? You are really inspiring me do start a nomadic lifestyle. And maybe just, you know, rent an RV and go across Canada, or even the United States because that's what I've been wanting to do for the longest time in our community is, like, AJ just go do it. So firstly. I want to say that determination that I wanna. Get there sometime in the near future. And I forgot about number two, but it's, it's going to come back. But that's the main thing. Yeah, it's, it's great to be able to do what you want to do, and folly of purpose and connect with people all around the world. But at the same time connect with nature, the outer nature and really enjoy water. It has to offer the number two thing was, if you ever write a book about your journey, then remember that we have apply phone available for you, and I'm happy to share your book in your story when you release it. So remember that award is the most difficult part of your current lifestyle. And maybe what's the best part. So the new lifestyle is first of all minimizing. I mean, this, this will help you as well. I spent a couple of months downsizing, I'm forty six years old downsizing, forty six years into an eighty two square foot van yet was a huge challenge. And it was it was really challenging. But it's totally worth it. You know, you hear a lot about minimalism and tidying up and all these things I think they all come together into sort of zen lifestyle. And so glad I did it was incredibly challenging to throw stuff out and to find the stuff that I'll use an van. But now that I'm here. Now then I'm on the road. There is something to it. You know, like throw said when he Walden pond simplified. Simplified simplified there is something to it. It was totally worth it, it was hard to simplify to throw stuff out to sell stuff you commit to living into a van, but it was absolutely worth it. I find that if I can use a commuter computer analogy. It's almost as if I've closed. All these windows or these browsers in my mind like they've been open for years. All this stuff all this closed. I never wore all this things. I don't even what is this crap? Now it's gone, I donated or sold it or just throw it away. And I find that there's more bandwidth in my mind. More connecting with people and connecting with nature, and it's really it's a beautiful thing. You probably heard this. You watch Netflix shows on minimalism or hiding opera things like that. But really experience it you can start to you can I'm talking to you HA. But also, you can start somehow by minimizing you don't have to be as crazy as I am and move into a mobile. I'm like in a mobile hermit hut here. But you can do something start, minimizing and simplifying your life life in the twenty first century is crazy, and you will be happier. And I think healthier as a result if you can do it. Wonderful born, and so you are practicing non attachment, and that is a true, especially when we let go of stuff that no longer services. Right. We're able to like you mentioned closed on the windows have been consuming. Our bandwidth for so many months years, even. But what does she go teaches about running a business because I'm I'm curious. I'm fascinated by the way you run things right? So do you apply the principles of Chittagong for your business success as well? Yeah, absolutely. There's it's funny I had dinner last night with some fellow entrepreneurs who have, you know, in some of my conferences and stuff. And, you know, I'm a small business owner, I have been for fifteen years, whether it's brick and mortar or online now and it's been a very challenging life. I mean, if I hadn't been, so determined, what my mission to share it with the world, I would have given up long ago, because it's been such a challenge. And I think also not only as on challenging business to be in, because I'm really it's a, it's a weird word. So some people haven't heard of, and I'm asking. People to really participate. But if I didn't have the energy and distress reduction, in fact, a lot of my entrepreneur friends are asking me to teach at Cigane cores for entrepreneurs because we desperately need it. These small business and really small business like like you and me people who have less than ten employees way, less than ten employees. We are the backbone of the economy in many ways. We are the people that are out in the trenches, really doing the work, and we desperately need help. I see so many entrepreneurs who burn out. They don't have stress reduction that works or they don't have the habits for example. Maybe they've done some yoga or something, but they're not actively doing it. They don't have the habits that we've talked about. So for me. Thank god. I already had this habit of tea gone, because I don't I, I wouldn't be helping people today if I hadn't been practicing what I preach and using t- gone along the way to reduce my stress caused specifically I mean stress in life. But costs, specifically by entrepreneurship working sixty I worked sixty hours a week for many, many years, just to get my business off the ground. Now I've lowered it down. I only work forty hours a week. That's it. God car. That's really, really useful. And you mentioned I, you know, I observed you said she gone can be a difficult word. Right. Especially for some communities. People are not used to it. I've got chuckers. Go hardwood. Right. So I think similar similar grounds. But yeah, it's really inspiring to be able to really believe in your practice and practice at yourself and also help small business owners and entrepreneurs and, and people who wanna make a change in their lives to reduce stress. But not only that go beyond that in tap into flow. So that they're not working sixty hours of seventy hours a week, but they're able to do be, and feel much more and make an impact, so thanks a lot for shedding now. The Anthony is that it is it a quick floor technique that you can teach us today. You know, it's funny, I was thinking about this, and how we will do this. I, I actually think it's I'm going to say no, because I think it's better if they just go and learn. So first of all, it's difficult with the cameras. It's hard for me to get far enough away to teach you something, not have all, I would rather you have your first experience of cheek on to be really systematic. So I've got some materials on my website. That'll teach you very, very systematic in the best way and give you a pas. If you've. Ever done Chikang. Here's what I what I really am. Big on. I want people's first experience with Sheikh on to be very, very positive. And unfortunately, that's not always the case. There are some poor teachers out there. Some people who have very crazy ideas about cheek on. So I would prefer unhappy to teaching for free on my website when I will teach I will teach you something. But in terms of the dynamic moves I, which is a big part of Tekong. I would prefer you go to my website and get one of the freebies there. But I will teach you a big secret, this would be an example of one of the things that. Was kept a secret tradition. And now I no longer keep it a secret. I teach to beginning students, how much time do we have, actually? We have at least fifteen minutes. I mean, we can award really depend on your so let's, let's do it. You can do it with me. And everybody else can do it whether you're sitting or standing just sit upright and don't it doesn't have to be straight like super straight just sit upright so that you're not leaning back on something unless you have to lean back, which cases fine obviously, there's no choice sit upright. You can also stand gently close your eyes or close them halfway, so you can either closing all the way or half closed. And the reason we typically close the is, is, so that we can focus on the internal experience, which is very, very important in Chicago. If you need to open your eyes. That's also okay. Don't worry, you can open the eyes in any time, but generally, we're less distracted with the eyes closed so close the eyes or half, close the eyes, and just listen to me, instead of watching me watching me, and I want you to relax your body as much as you can now that's not easy, and you do need training to relax, your body, something that I teach you. But here's a nice little trick. I want you to tune into your whole body. We're. Lacks. And then I want you to relax everything twice as much just like that just twice as much you let go of everything, and relax everything twice as much and then there's an additional trick that really helps this is very important trick to help. Relax, your nervous system as you relaxed everything twice as much. We'll do it again. A second. I want to breathe out with a sound like this. To actually make that kind of sound all of us perfect just like AJ, did I want you to make that sound as you relax, your body twice as much with your eyes half closed or gently close? Let's try together. And it's okay you feel a little ridiculous. That's fine. But by relaxing, the jaw, you're relaxing, your Vegas, nerve and by vocalizing that sound you're releasing some of your stress. Let's try one more time relaxing everything twice as much. Good. If you can keep the jaw relax and the mouth, gently open, you'll close your mouth, every once in a while to swallow your saliva. But then open the mouth again relaxed the jaw keys that Vegas nerve relaxed, and that will help to relax your nervous system. And then very simply you're just relaxed your eyes are closed. Your mouth is gently open. Hopefully. You're nice and relaxed. And then. Smile from your heart. This is a once secret technique, and don't worry about the exact details. What does that mean how do I small from our hard to us? My with my face. Don't worry about this stuff. It's an energetic thing I want you to smile from your heart. Feel your inner smile and feel at blossoming out as best as you can, it won't be easy, especially if you're like me, and you battled depression. So it'll be challenging, but you can do it. I know from experience that you can do it. You could just small from the heart and open up, the heart energy, the energy of the heart Meridian. You don't need to know where it is. Or you know what it is, or how it relates to shockers your heart energy is something that you can tap into and you can loosen it up. Relax it and allow it to flow little bit. It's safe. It's okay to do and it's good for you. And it's natural. It's your birthright in many what? So just ten seconds of that. Let's just try it is closed, jaw relaxed nice and relaxed and smiling from the heart. You can breathe spontaneously. However you like. And what you tune into as you practice. This is a technique. It's an invisible techniques modeling from the heart, which you tune into is a shift in your internal energy eventually or actually, I bet many of you can already feel it, but with practice for those of you who are new, you'll feel a very subtle shift in your nervous system, and your energy and here is where we start practicing Chikang. We're already doing Chikang, but most people when they think of T gong they think of something moving, like what I'm doing right now. It's called pushing mountains, some sort of movement like that. That's a beautiful technique. I'm happy to take to, to you, but those movements aren't going to get you the results that you want and less you get into this state that we're in right now. And the state is called smiling from the heart. Or sometimes we call it flowing stillness we're in a bit of stillness, but we're flowing we're not and relaxed. You're not rigid. And this is a beautiful state something that you can do anytime of the day. And then. How do we come back? We're in a nice state. How did we come back? Very simply just rub your hands a little bit warm, your eyes for a little bit like this just hold your palms over your eyes like this, and that, just gently, Pat and blinked the eyes open. That's it. Pat and blinked the eyes open. Pat, Pat, Pat, Pat, Pat near the eyes are open again we've just finished padding and then we can just sort of wash their face a little bit. And we're back so you can do this technique throughout the day. Now, I've given you a very. Specific taste of Tekong. I want you to understand that she gone is dynamic. There are movements. There's beautiful things that you can do and you can learn those on my website, unhappy to teach them to you. But the reason why I teach this kind of stuff I is because I want you to focus on what happens on the inside. Too many people in the world and also Taichi world they focus on the external movements of Tai Chi. And she gone and nothing else. Those movements are beautiful. But that's not what that if I had done that, and this is why I'm so so keen on this, because it's my mission if I had done that if I had gotten distracted with the external movements of Chittagong tie, I might be dead. So it's very important for me to share this message that the important stuff. And she gong happens on the inside. You got a glimpse of that, just there. But you can also of course, go learn the external stuff that sort of easy part to teach the external movements. It's the internal stuff. That's difficult. And I hope I gave you a tiny glimpse of what that's about their so I shouldn't drive to excess. The shooter this is for the audio listeners of parkas to access show notes. Visit my seven Chuck dot com forward slash to ninety two. That's my seven is word my seven chuckers dot com forward slash to ninety two. Think of the circular box of each movement in Taichi. Every moment is in a curve, or circle that has no ending or no beginning now. This is a profound court by Paul lamb because sometimes when you're going through eh difficulty or a difficult time, or you experiencing a major life crisis distorted possible. It might feel like things are coming to an end or that you won't be able to go through this. But if you apply the techniques and principles of cheer gone, your life than you would realize that every moment in touring your life. The one who's listening and watching right now your life is a circle every organism is going through a season, every expedience is here to teach you something new that'll be of help to you in the future. Every obstacle is actually a stepping stone to a higher ground in life and every perceived ending is actually the preparation for a brand new awakening, a beginning. So don't lose hope. Up instead ASTA universe. Where does this moment trying to teach me or share with me, and who do I have to become to embark on this new chapter of my life? So Anthony talked to us about diamond your life when you had experienced a major life, challenge or difficulty. How did you go through it? And then what steps did you take to sort of come out of it? So it's funny I often for years, I've been talking about my original challenges, which was my talked about a little bit my depression, my back pain. But what I'm now writing, I'm writing book, and I'm talking more about it openly, I'm a little bit more. Ready to share the stuff? But the last five years of my life, I've actually been incredibly challenging, I've been through challenge after the big challenges, from leaving my teacher of seventeen years over a sexual abuse scandal, which was awful and terrible, and I stood with the victims and still do to just my grandmother, dying to some health problems to a repeat with the to problems with my business. It was like I really felt like you know, just job in the bible, you know, just one towns after another, like God is challenging me. It's been pretty much five years of that. And. It's funny. I don't I mean, people say, so are you coming out of it? I don't know if I'm coming out of it, or if I just have a stronger back, but it was kind of another test for me, as somebody who's been practicing t gone for many, many years. I've helped many, many people, but it was almost as if I was being put to a graduation test or mastery tests, because I feel like what was happening was. Counting to say, okay. Well, you did it once before, but can you do it again? For example, I injured my back two years ago, and went through some, some serious back pain, and the universe was kind of saying, can you do it again? Can you heal and it's even harder? Now, the stakes are higher. There's even more stress. Can you do it and I can say again, with confidence if not for Chikang. It also touchy, I practice tights, he, of course, as well, if not for gone, I think I would be dead again. And certainly, I would not be thriving, like you know, I'm helping more and more people my businesses healthy, I'm healthy. And I, I would have succumbed to one of those challenges you name it. Like even my grandmother dire, I was close to her, it would there was nothing wrong with the Desi was one hundred two years old. She was an amazing person, but the grief of it really hitting hard. I was so close to her that I, I don't know. It's just a hit me hard, but see gong. Is this? A constant companion for me. And it's something that I turn to on a daily basis when the going gets tough. I do. She gone, and it's so reassuring to know that even when things get tougher. I can honestly say that things the past year, I faced some of the most difficult challenges of my life tougher than I thought I ever before. And I came through it like I slew that dragon and I you know, it's not like some magical technique, or I mean, I do lots of different techniques, I've deepened my practice over years and years and years. But really, what it did for me, it was the consistent practice of T gung, always turning back to gong something terrible happens. I turn back to Tekong. I feel like crap I turned to cheek on, and that constant companion of Chico has saved my life once again. And I'm so, so grateful for it and my, my commitment to sharing this art is stronger than ever. So based on what you just shared based on your story and your current life circumstance. Late now in just one sentence. Where does it one major life? Listen, if you'd like to share with our viewers and this knows right now. I don't know who said this, but it's a great quote, which I think will help a lot of us is asked not for a lighter load ask for a stronger back. Right. So, and this is a very this is what she does. I mean physically yes it can give you physical strength as well. There's lots of Chico exercises for building, physical strength, but it's metaphorically. We are asking the, the universe probably is not going to give you a lighter load. That's not how it works. My load is no lighter than it was twenty years ago. What's different is. I'm stronger. I'm more resilient than I ever knew as possible, and I really credit she gone as a large part of that, that she gung has helped me to be a better version of myself to be stronger than I ever. I did not know I was this strong and I say that as somebody who even ten years ago had already been teaching for a long time ago. I've been teaching for a long time ten years ago. I would've said, I'm strong I'm stronger than ever. And now I can say it again. I'm stronger than I ever knew was. And I think that's the secret there is. I, I have a stronger back, not a lighter load. Wonderful. That is a powerful message for all of us and listeners were listening right now. If you've got a large listenership today, make sure that you share this post, make sure you give us a harm. He was a liked because the truth is that we depend on you to share the spa for message. Because there are so many people who could benefit from the north, just the literal wisdom of Geegong the practices. But the philosophy goal wisdom of Chittagong to be resilient to not give up to, you know, stand up for what you truly believe in, and that is powerful. So make sure you share this post. If you're watching live action, try by hope you enjoyed today's session. And you've upgraded your knowledge about the energy arts before we move on. Let me ask you how much do you listen to your inner voice during PE attention to what your intuition, is standing you and most importantly, you act in accordance with your inner wisdom, because especially of late. I realized that when we depend only on our conscious mind we have limited potential. Right. But the moment that relate go. And we surrender to the Dow the universe to the Brahmin, we allow ourselves to be fooled by the nudges of our infusion in our higher self. We suddenly tap into an invisible force that we never knew existed. But always was there. Because remember, you have it within you just listened to your inner voice because you already, you already have the answers, the good who is already within you because like shuck they go in the onset of creativity location once put notice what happens when you follow your intuitive Felix, the desert is usually in closed power increased energy, and a sense of things flowing. So we are now at our wisdom around. Anthony. I ready. Sure. So what is what is the best piece of advice that you have able to see it? It was actually from my, my first karate teacher, which is funny because this is so long ago now but she taught me to take the good and discard the bad, and as of navigated, the world of Chico Taichi. It's been so useful, you know, don't, don't expect one teach at have every answer take the good from that teacher. There's bad stuff there. Discard that move on continue to take the good and discard, the band countered. So if you could turn back time and spend one RBIs, somebody who is currently living or maybe dead. Who would it be? I mean, for me, that's definitely I would go back and meet boaty Dharma, who is the inspiration for me arriving Chih-kong. He's the first patriarch of zen Buddhism is the first patriarch of shallan sekong and many people credit him as the first patriarch of Shaolin kung FU is well, he's just this incredible figure and. I just would love to have a beer with a guy. Laura full I'd also love to meet building of, maybe three or four skid. Deuce of Chico. Yes, I'm getting cut Monto, or maybe even in Mugunga the ancient empire. So what is one thing that you do in the morning, or maybe in the evening before sleeping that has improved the quality of your life? Well, for me, it's gone, I do every morning and every evening, and that's what I helped my students to do as well. That's I encourage my students first and foremost to do once a day, whether that's in the morning on evening, and then if they can and their ambitions and they really wanna he'll than we do about fifteen minutes in the morning and about fifteen minutes in the evening. And of course, you can do more as you get more advanced, but I practice cheek on pretty much every morning and every evening, and it's, it's the number one thing, that's changed my life. God until our listeners on action. Try members love book recommendation. So if you could recommend one book for our listeners and viewers, what would it be? Yes. So it's tricky because people want a cheek on book. And unfortunately, I'm I'm still in the process of writing what I would think is a modern. She on book here. Here's what I recommend rather than recommended one book, which I think is problematic. 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Favorite Camping Food

We RV the Millers

32:24 min | 3 months ago

Favorite Camping Food

"Hey everyone mike here from we. Rv the millers. If you haven't heard about anchor it's the easiest way to make a podcast. Let me explain. It's free the creation tools that allow you to record. Edit your podcast right for your phone your computer will distribute your podcast for. You can be heard on spotify podcasts. In many more you can make money from your podcast with no minimum listenership and everything you need to make. A podcast is in one convenient place. Download the free anchor app or go to anchor dot. Fm to get started. I might. I'm ashley i that and we are be. Moore's it's cool outside the player places one. Yeah but when. I look outside. I still see a lot of snow and i know that we have more snow coming and that makes me always think about what i want to eat. What comfort food is going to make me feel. Warm and cozy. Shrimp invader makes me warm fuzzy. That is really good. But also when we're meal prepping. Because i like to prep for the week because i always hate as we get closer to five o'clock in the evening and everybody always asks me. What are we going to have for dinner. And if i've been at work. All day i hate trying to figure it out on the fly so i have a frame that there's a picture behind it on us. The glass with a dry erase marker that. I like to plan out for the week especially for dinners. What we're going to eat because it just makes our life easier than it. It helps keep the schedule because we know what days were busy and we know we can throw something in the crock pot on tuesday. Because we're not gonna be home for dinner whereas maybe wednesday we're all going to be home and we have time to do more substantial meal and we do same things when we're camping especially if were just camping for the weekend or as people call us the warriors when it's still during school time during work time not in the summer when we have a lot more flexibility but this time and we're trying to plan or summer trip. Were starting to think about camping food. And so today we wanted to talk a little bit about what we eat while we're camping. And what our favorite meals are when we're camping that we don't always eat at home but it's totally possible to eat them at home too. And maybe we'll get some ideas for you to eat at home now before we get into the things we like to eat. Let's talk a little bit about the equipment we have to prep. Our food were camping. So i hit all the stuff on the outside. So we have this amazing coleman road trip grill that we got when we first got married that lasted us for years and then i magically had to upgrade to a camp chef tube burner. That has a removable. Grille removable griddle. Can we can put the regular pot on into boil water which makes cooking outside so much easier. Well let's not say magically needed to upgrade so the coleman girl we had had for probably what fifteen years and this is just something that it was a freak accident and a great reminder that you always need to check out all of your gear to make sure that it's still safe because one night we had the road trip grill hooked up to the camper propane and one of our dogs woke me up in the middle of the night. I had to take him outside to go to the bathroom. And when i was coming back in. I saw a flame still in the grill. And i knew that you would put it out. Had a gotten a crack in one of the pieces of the grill that there was this tiny little flame just eating off of the small amount of propane that was leaking out thankfully we were all save thankfully. We disconnected immediately when we saw that happen. But that's just another thing you always whether you're at home whether you're camping you always wanna make sure you're checking. You were supplies that you have to make. Everything is safe now. Did i have to buy a new grille. Guess probably not. I could have repaired the other one but the cost would have been the same as just buying a new one so he got a fancy like he said camp chef grill which has been really nice and wallets not as easy to set up and breakdown as the road trip grill that we use so much with camping tailgating. It's still is fairly easy. It doesn't take you more than five ten minutes if get it going. Yeah if if that. If that. And it's like i said it's very versatile because it's too gas burners that i can put a grow box on i don't have a blackstone but i have a cast iron griddle that goes on top of this or if we wanna boil some water for some passers corn or just do a saute or something. We don't have to heat up the inside of the camper. I can take one of those off of the grill and just use the gas burner right there now. Our camper also has a pulled out burner but that thing gets in the way when we're trying to cook so i just prefer to do everything right on the camp chef so we highly recommend that you have a travel grill but there are so many options out there. You wanna find the one that works best for your family for us right now. The two burner camp chef was the best. The coleman road trip girls are still out there. They're still fantastic. They have other a weber small grills. Mike keeps telling me he needs a big green egg. Mini max that he's going to camp with. That's gonna charcoal. It's gonna happen but you just find what's best for you in terms of your storage space and the needs of your family when you're when you're cooking and this this particular set up well for us now on the inside. We do still have a full kitchen setup with a stove top and oven and our microwave that we do use a lot for cooking. And by we. I mean ashley eases a lot for cooking and we really don't cook a ton inside like mike said. We tend to cook everything outside when we're camping but it's really nice to have the stove top and that especially for When it's raining or things like that in an earlier episode we went through kind of the rundown of supplies that you need but the biggest thing that we use inside most of the time. And from what we're gonna talk about today is a nonstick frying pan a cake pan which we use for a ton of different things and then a slow cooker with what we have found has helped so much with cleanup. Are these new while newer to us. Probably not new but reynolds brand slow cooker liners so they're just like a bag that you put in the slow cooker that is created to handle the temperature. But when you're done cooking you just lift the bag out of the slow cooker and throw it in a trash can clean up done and for us when we have to worry about water. Tank the gray tanks space when we're cleaning up having that slow cooker liner just to throw away with as much as we try to reduce reuse reduce recycle. This while we're camping is just an amazing piece for us in the kitchen now. I know a lot of people out there like to cook in dutch ovens as well and they do have the aluminum liners. You can put in your dutch oven. That basically do the same thing may cleanup super easy or parchment. Paper liners they sell tuna. Which is probably a little more recyclable than the aluminum liners in anything. You're using makes clean up life much easier when we're looking at breakfast. The thing that we tend to do most easily we always have in the rotation are eggs and bacon or sausage. that's a winner for everybody. Normally usually and then pancakes and french toast are usually always on the schedule and that cake pan i was saying is the one thing that we're using not only to cook food sometimes but also to use as that custard area for the french toast because it's just a perfect up the mix everything in it and it's just easy to use so if you're like me in a fan of alton brown you know his mantra there are no unique task irs in the kitchen. Well there's no unique tasker in the camp. Everything's used multiple ways for different uses. The cake pan is a great example. Just like i was saying with at home when we're getting our dinner menu set up. I do the same thing when we're camping that i have every meal for breakfast lunch and dinner. What we're making. I have a separate side of the piece of paper where right out our menu. I use ingredients just so as i'm getting everything in the camper especially for weekend as i'm trying to rush after work one day i can check off that i've put those things in the camper so we're ready to go so with those pancakes We're just bisquick family. And what we do instead of bringing our entire container of bisquick with us we prepackaged the bisquick into individual mason jars or if he wanted to use a baggie or something We put it prepackaged in the mason jar so that when we're ready to make it we just have to dump it out. We don't have to measure any of the bisquick and just throw the egg and the A milken see we. I know what it is because we've used so much every week. We may now one breakfast. That is a little different and the recipe for this Gonna link in show notes is an egg strata that we make that our kids really love it. It's super simple to make and if it's a colder morning You know when you're out camping using the oven to cook it kinda helps take that morning. Chill off the camper to so this extra data. We use five large eggs. We use a cup of milk now. I usually put in some half and half with that too just to make it a little thicker. You can put onions in it if you want. But my kids freak out when they see onions so we tend to leave that out. Six cups of day old bread and i usually prep that beforehand at home war. I've gotten a big loaf of bread for friday night when we get to the campground. And maybe we'll do just a quick frozen pasta meal and will use the rest of that bread that night. I'll cut it all up and put it in a container so that we can use it for either saturday or sunday a cup of ham or whatever cooked you have or half a cup of bacon a cup and a half of shredded cheese and really some salt pepper anything else you want to add herbs or order choke cards or whatever you want to make it your own you can in this egg strada. And doesn't he kinda mix and put it in the cake. Pan that i'd align with foil so that i can lift it right out of the cake pan and flip it over and the aluminum foil. They now have non stick kind which is even more awesome because it doesn't pull part of the strike office as i'm taking it out and it doesn't take twenty five thirty minutes to cook covered then brown it for another ten or so and then it's ready. It's yeah The original recipe. I got this from had an individual cast iron cup pans so it takes a little bit longer in the cake pan But yeah it's like forty five minutes and it's good to go we use our oven for it and it's fantastic and we'd like to serve. Cut the pie slice and then drizzle a little maple syrup over top in the kids our and it's a great filling breakfast for when you're ready to go for the day you want a big breakfast. You want a hearty breakfast. Everything's in there. It's one thing to clean and then you're good to go not something. We should have mentioned at the top. Were as we discuss our meals for when we're camping. We also consider what we're doing while campaign so we know how much time to allot for a meal. Like if we know it's getaway day we're going to do something quick for breakfast. Maybe a grabow muffin or pop. Tarts are what part serial little box cereal. Or if it's not we're going to do something a little more substantial like the eggs strato or the pancakes. French toast and same thing with lunch and dinner kind of plan. What you're doing for the day and think about all right. I'm gonna be out all day. Do i really wanna spend an hour cooking. Maybe that's a crock. Pot com meal when we're thinking about lunch that's usually our lightest meal the day at the camper. We're we're just doing basic lunch of sandwiches or yogurt or something like that watches. Also a great time for us when we're exploring where we are. We try to find the nice little local pub or restaurant that we can pop in for a launch. Because it's going to typically be a few dollars cheaper than if we were to go out for dinner we do like to explore wherever we go if we can find a restaurant or something that we wanna try like. Mike said next time you're at a restaurant. Just take a look at the differences in the lunch and dinner prices. It's going to be much cheaper for us to go out to lunch than it is for dinner with the four of us. So that's when we tend to try to eat out. Is that lunchtime. So we don't have anything special of recipe wise that we want to share with lunch is easy watch again. It's in the middle of the day when we're already trying to do something so i've already had it made and in our cooler ready to go or we're going to try something local or we've had one of the bigger breakfast and we're not really hungry at lunch so we just grab a snack or two piece of fruit and we're good to go. Dinner is going to be more substantial like most people and dinner is one way love to use the slow cooker. That makes your life so much easier because we can be gone all day. Come home and you don't have to spend time cooking. It's it's done. Maybe the throw a salad together. Heat up some vegetables were eating within fifteen twenty minutes of coming back to the camper. We're not waiting for the grills to get hotter cutting and prepping we're done. We're ready to go ready to eat and the slow cooker is also great prepping wise because you can get everything together at home it in a freezer bag and then dumped frozen food in the slow cooker in the morning. And it's ready for you to eat when you get back and again. That's something that we try to do at home and when we're camping as well just because prepping beforehand makes life easier. I'll tell you what one of my favorite crock pot meals that we have usually more camping. We've had it at home a few times but that pot roast. That is great as a sandwich and i know the the kids like to eat it too. It's just super simple but gone so you just get a good piece of meat. What's the best meat for pot. mike Probably chuck rose. I mean you could. If you're desperate us like an eye round but find a nice hit cosco go grab chuck roast and we have two different ways that we prepare it and that all depends on. Are we eating it more on the plate or we eating it more in the sandwich if we're eating it more on the plea the way that my family always made it was with a campbell's golden mushroom soup and then you throw a bit of onion and carrots in there too for flavoring and for the plate. And i've never had a bad pot roast when we've used the golden mushroom soup. No that has nice gravy that you put over the top of the mashed potatoes and you get a nice little vegetable and maybe a piece of bread that you're going to need for breakfast for the extra now if you're looking more to use it as a sandwich so you don't need as much of a gravy on it. The quickest way i found is to use three packets of seasoning. One of them being ranch dressing one of them being italian dressing and one of them being another type of grilling seasoning. So whenever you like in the grilling season you just throw those three together. I typically use about half of that powder mixture and then you pour about a cup to three cups of water into The crock pot. So i know those powders can be a lot of sodium but you're cutting it with water and it's just getting so much flavor into it and then we don't add any salt or pepper otherwise but the same pot roast with those packets comes out to a really great sandwich. she's talking about the seasoning packets. You tree seen them in the grocery store in the seasoning nile. They're the ones made by mccormack that you can use as marinades on your meets at home. Just leave it dry. Toss it in in the seizing mix and it comes out great. Don't worry about the salt. The cut of meat can handle the quantity of salt. That you're throwing in there and you're throwing a lot of water in like i said plus it's only half of those three so we try not to oversold things but occasionally it's fine for us to have this pot roast now. Good way i like this pot. Roast is on a nice role. Coupla slices the meat. That's that's a good meal right there. Another thing that we use our slow cooker allot for is pork. I don't really like chicken in the slow cooker. I feel like it gets too dry. Another fiesta chicken. You make those really goodness low cooker but you're right. Most chicken in the slow cooker is his dry. So pork is also a big one We tend to bring a little bit of liquid smoke with us that we throw in there and either Some good barbecue sauce or some hoi hoisin sauce is really nice and tangy with those pork. slow cooker meals again can either have it on the plea or haven't on a sandwich and that's always a good dinner and that's either when she says pork either a pork loin or maybe we have some pork chops that we had already frozen the something port can handle the low and slow method of cooking and then just like everybody on the grill. Hamburgers and hot dogs are always a favorite dinnertime. And we've even done before hotdogs that we've wrapped in crescent rolls and cooked over the fire. But you need to be patient with those. So guess who ends up holding the hotdogs with the crescent rolls turning them over the fire. You and i get the dad so the kids. Don't really have the patience. The end of tasting good at the end. But they're gonna hold it for like a minute and then say i'm bored. I wanna do this. It doesn't cook fast as marshmallow when you making smart. You gotta let that pastry cook around the hotdogs and you also have to make sure that you've started your fire early enough so that you're just using the coles because you don't want the flames when you're cooking the hot dog in the crescent roll. You just need the heat not the flame. No we've tried this a couple times and are still trying to find the magic trick to get the crescent roll to always stay on hot dog because it tends to just peel away as it cooks so again you gotta move it lot as your cooking and make sure you have just the right amount of kohl's but it does taste good and it's fun for the kids as a different way instead of just a hot dog bun it's the fire going while you're cooking those he might as well make dessert over the fire right. So let's talk about desserts. Yes obviously obviously we have to talk about. How do we yeah. Okay what kind of marsh. Melayu regular just plain marshmallow. No i meant how do you like a cooked o. Eilly little dvd golden brown and delicious. My oldest kid. Mac loves it grossly crusty bert. I don't understand. Why would set it on fire. And i need. That doesn't chris but i am. Definitely golden brown I take my time roasting the marshmallow. And we've tried a couple of different ways to make the s'mores recently. We've also found these new chocolate filled marshmallows. Those are pretty good but it's difficult knowing like is the chocolate enough on the inside and Cooked while enough on the outside but graham cracker marshmallow buttercup. Yeah so but not the whole peanut. Been on your defense either thins or you need the miniature peanut butter cups because if you try to put a whole peanut butter cup on your s'more it's way too much you've raised way but it's the whole sugar ratio because sometimes the peanut especially reece's ones for the holidays and the chocolate the peanut butter ratios wrong. You can have the wrong chocolate. The marshmallow ratio. When you're making your more. I'm i'm crazy but you know what could solve that. We tried this making this. Moore's with the strict cookie. Yeah that was a new thing. We just tried this year and the kids seem to like that. Most to agreements cookie marshmallow. Yes because you just put the bottom of the cookie on the inside. So that the fudge bottom melts a little bit with the marshmallow. Okay to try again. We only tried it once. And i think the kids just ended up eating all the cookies instead of using it as a small more your traditionalist though you like just straight. Graham cracker marshmallow. Pc shop do you. Did you like when we use the pie iron last summer. That was good again. We're brand new to the pie iron. So it's we need to get used to it. Because i feel like we haven't figured out completely yet but yes i also think the fighter we re using was ridiculously thing. It was a little hot so But pires are these cast iron pieces that you put right into the fire to make people make Pie apple pies you can make you can make pizza and my grandmother used to do that with us all the time. Just two slices of white bread. Some pizza sauce cheese pepperoni over the fire for a couple of minutes. And you had a little hot pocket if you will have a so. That's something that were working on. And we're trying out another great thing when using the fire. Our aluminum foil packets. Either for dessert or four dinners getting packets together where you're cooking the meat and the potatoes or whatever it is. You're eating in this folded up. Packet that you do. Have to turn in the coles also a great way to cook really fun easy cleanup as long as you prep beforehand about those banana boats that we made a four. Those didn't work will they. Were okay i think again. I think that are bananas. Were not ripe enough. I think if we had riper bananas that you cut a seam in the banana. And then you put marshmallow and chocolate You folded up and cook it. You're just supposed to be able to eat. Eat it out of the banana. But we've also done Like biscuits with cinnamon sugar. That we've cooked foil in there and that was good. What was the one that we tried with the ice cream cone and the march ta. That was good. That was good too in the foil. Packets that i don't know the name for it that's exactly it. You get a cone that you put all your fixings in and then you put that in the fire and it kind of warms up the cone but again you have to be careful how the fire is and you don't want to burn the cone but dinners in the foil. Packets are fun to you. Just have to make sure you have enough time and That you start your fire early so that you're just working with the kohl's not the fire. That's the biggest issue that we've seen other people have when they're trying to cook over the fire. You don't want a raging fire with the flames because the flames are just gonna burn things and not cook it. You just need the heat from the coals. And that's kind of the the thing with the fire pits is some of them are big enough to do the two-zone cooking that we would want to do. When we're doing this. Where you have the fire on one side you can move some kohl's off to the side of the fire pits. Were just a little larger. Maybe we could get away with it a little easier you know not everybody's cooking caveman style. Just throwing it right in the fire point right back out. So let's get the kids and they can tell you about their favorite food while they're camping. I'd amy hi. We're talking about our favorite foods to eat. Y were camping. Do you have a favorite food is multiples. Do favorite breakfast food pancakes and french toast. Pancakes and french's good choices choices. What about for lunch Strawberries and blueberries just like she's a snacker she just likes. What about dinner delaney. What's your favorite dinner pasta pasta. Do you like anything special with your pasta parmesan cheese. Abou- grow toast. Oh yeah do we eat those things word home to yell. What makes them so special. When we're camping at home were outside. Yeah enjoying nature. I agree what about this. What do you have a favorite dessert while. We're camping cake cake. You sure you don't want to think about that. We have celebrated quite a few birthdays in the camper not to celebrate the birthday so we were leaving. So is the day that we were going to leave a yogi bear and it was my birthday so i got to eat cake in the morning and afternoon once you had twice a lot of cake. Leftover cake for breakfast too. I mean okay. All right thanks nothing. Hi mack who so today. We're talking about our favorite foods while camping and we went over a few of the favorite recipes for breakfast lunch and dinner. and of course deserts. Yeah so can you tell us what are some favorite foods while you're camping Breakfast is definitely extra data. It's it's like what what is it called a quiche or something like a sort of it's like a casserole gets astrada. Yeah it's fine. It has the bread in it Do you like it better with sausage or bacon. I like them both. Because the sausage is like spicy but the beacons grungy Lunch we usually just have like we. I don't know what do we usually have for lunch. We said we usually have fast launch. Were out exploring. And that's when we tend to eat out somewhere sound still really like ono like hotdogs. That's dinner hamburgers. I like cheeseburgers. Allot okay what about dessert. While for my birthday cake because we were camping during my birthday your sister said the same thing cake and value both said cake but then we realized we have been camping for everybody's birthday at least wants. Not your maybe not mine. No we've definitely been camping for your birthday involved but so we enjoy camping so much. We even go for birthdays and then morse all right. So what's your favorite more than if we have the chocolate stuffed marshmallows so we the chocolate stuff marshmallows graham crackers in them another chocolate bar Oh no i don't really like this. That's fine so we eat a lot of those things home. What makes it special that were camping them camping. What makes it special because we can eat him outside on. We can like see like depending on where we are. We can see like pretty views like. Didn't we have extra in maine and we had the ocean lake right there. I think so. Yeah all right. Thanks mac alco quick tip that. We're going to leave you with today if you haven't noticed from me saying it four thousand different times. It's all about the press. It makes life so much easier to just grab and go so whether you're traveling in a camper you wanna go camping or you're staying somewhere for the week whether you're at home i highly recommend and i tell myself to do this all the time. It's time to prep be ready with what you want to eat. So that when you go to the store you can get everything that need at once and then prep as much as you can ahead of time especially for us weekend warriors when it's not the summertime camping that would work going and we really only have one day at the campground. 'cause you're getting there friday night. You're staying saturday. And then you have to leave sunday morning to be able to relax and de-stress the more i can prep- at home the better it helps especially if you could threes because then you don't have to worry about the frisbee temperature you can just grab your frozen stuff. Throw it in the fridge of a tiny gets to the campground. You're at the right temperature in fridge. Everything's ready to go grab cook. So it's all about the prep. Well i hope we made you hunkin and thank you for listening to this nine needs to go prep for this week as i knew special prep yesterday and sunday. It's all right. We'll get have a great week.

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Episode 683 - Bennifer Is Back

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Episode 683 - Bennifer Is Back

"The gentleman who come to the rock by go spent dot com. We in this a rather a lot of stuff going on back there are we on. We live on air See you should doing that is because when we go to james's single it's gonna be all worth it. It's going to be all worth. It's where are you at jacob's on me. Is it on this beautiful car jazz. You have to really tried to make yourself look ugly. You're frames in in one of our bedrooms there. That's nice that's real nice. And this is the previous studio and has to go back and forth depending on. Who's staying over. so here. We are jimoh tano zoom. So you know what i mean you look greats and you keep looking better in these places in scenarios and i'm starting to get pissed off about it. Well i you know. I'm just a genius with lighting. And so that's a regular zoom within. Oh nothing yeah so. This is the camera from my computer on zoom with the audio interface and two lights. Okay you look amazing. Why do i need to bring a camera home tomorrow. Like this is crazy. Because then when you i don't know if it will be up to your standards maybe it's just me at this point where i'm just like you're too hot and i'm having a hard time keeping up. I guess apple doesn't make a a a camera big enough for a man of your stature. In your size don't they. It's for the simps- it's a conspiracy. I really is. But here's what i love. The more more live shows. We we do because you were you. Were on the last one in dallas on friday at grafton growler shut to those guys for for having. Sms blasts Everybody says the same thing when they meet me relay. Jesus christ like your huge person. I'm here yeah yeah well. I wasn't wasn't lying about that on the show and i'm taller than everybody i. I usually hunched down in pictures so that way. I'm on their eye line. And it doesn't look like a giraffe. Who's just kind of like above them in some be weird lurch photo. I don't wanna look like barron. Trump is what i'm saying in photos. Scott all usually down to their level but that was a blast on On friday thanks for having us at craft and growler made. I love that place. I think we need to go back there more for live shows. I don't know how it was for you guys but it was enough room. There was so many people there and everyone could fit instill have like room to move around. The sound was good like everything looked. It looks great and their beers. Really good man's will because we try to go to places that we actually beer sell. That's why we went back there because we did a live show there maybe two and a half years ago. Okay love the beer there so it was like all right great and everybody else likes it and it's kind of an intimate setting where it felt like it feels like cheers where you are sitting at the bar you know kind of turn around there barstools and watch you and the food is fucking awesome. I was super stoked crafts and growler and and again thanks for having us and we will be back for sure. Any time we go to dallas. We will shoot there which will probably be a lot. Now that things are starting to snap back in action We you and i went through the rangers game on friday nights when that new ballpark. They're beautiful ballpark not sites with the new rules. That are going on in in certain stadiums. That stadium being one of them. That was the first time that i've been with stadium. That was a non super bowl game. Because you're worried about were the president. Isn't there where they make you. Put all of your belongings in a tiny pouch. That is clear to walk in where it's like. Look man all of us have either married or dated women the pass. You guys require a lot of makeup tampons. Whatever wherever this things things. Here's the secret secret. We don't like the things that i was trying to get in just because it was in my bag. Were completely useless right. It's like one q tip and like some receipts and like empty pill bottle and like you know really when i paired it down and put it in my pocket. We don't need those bags. It's just makes us feel like good to have them like you. Never know when you need a sewing needle and thread right but but it has happened. Look there's been a million times where i've asked you for something random out somewhere and then you have. Yes you have your purse and dude. Sometimes we rely on on you guys to be like. Hey can you take this or this or this. And you're gonna person it's it's easy for the both of us whereas chuck l. for example whereas a fanny pack everywhere and somebody. There was a bunch of comments. They were like hey dude his chocolate over and any packing ago yes There's someone else in our studio that wears the fanny pack. Well that's amazing and it's more of a fem vibe from him it's more fighter thing. I like a nice over shoulder. Oslo man bag. That either i used to. I used to have one as well. 'cause you know you travel with a laptop or whatever it is. I've resorted back to backpack from my school. Were you a messenger. Bag guy. Like leather one. Yes yes i used to have one His you know. Look i lived up to the hype of giorgio bits in right over the phone clip yet and you would spin his phone around on the clip to impress people. Oh man i wanted to be used. I would try to do that at home by myself. Like throwing my phone against the wall and breaking it. Yes restore crackers. Saying here's fifteen. Because papa g deserves peres. He got one. Actually so i did. Yeah i did and came exclusively in. Does everybody here got one. So the company's been doing well. We're we're really stouffer. The people we've brought on and so far so good man It's been it's been a way you gave him. Does those coin go but we we have discussed in all sincerity each having our own coin jesse We're looking into it so we are looking into it. I will say this live on air that way. It is locked in. Because we've we're gonna talk about this later on drinking. Bros today by getting fucked over by Like that narcos show I will say this. I will put a contract in place for real like so. If you guys are able to create that coin we had a title for it. That we like i will take this out. Get an operating agreement and you guys can have. We'll split it up equally between the five of us here and twenty percent of piece. I don't know that the back end of that and how to do it. But i'm in let us know in the comments if you would like drinking bros. coin From us or tether ball coin the coin. That's out there right now but let us know in. Maybe that'll crystal energize to make it Yeah we're having a hard time buying come rocket right now come. Rocket is through the roof. It's another coin. Jesse that's exploding right now. So what is life on. But chuck rose wearing his fanny pack. But it's so manly. And he so dude you're like fuck almost want that bad ass fanny pack but let's face it. It's hard to pull off unless you're chocolate. Al you guys. can you imagine. Ross with the no no no. It'd be amazing. Probably can't do that right. Maybe baggy wrestler. Pant i look. There's got to be honest as a man of what you can pull off. What you can't pull off fanny. Pack is a little out of my realm. Ross you wanna think you're that cool but it's like dude you're not if you're not walking around the zoo with a fucking fanny pack poll now wet wipes and wiping your kids down and shit no will wear like we have this little Designer diaper backpack. Get ready bob. 'cause you're going to have one toubro um the gray one and to fun flirty thing but it looks nice. And you're like right great and it gives you some of your manhood back on the opposite side for women like jesse has refused to get like a mini van or something in this life. She's like dude. I wanna look sweet. So she'll have like murdered out tahoe. Or what's the new ones you lifted. Yes and to my babies in there. I literally pull my back and neck out every time. But it's fucking worth it. We rage against the minivan. It's so stupid because it's the easiest like ape. You have kids. There is no reason why you shouldn't have many ban. It makes it so much easier. It's lower to the ground. The doors opened by themselves. The kids walk in functionality. Was we get them. We give them a lot for production whenever we traveled to these cities because there is no easier option than in minivan especially the one with the doors slide open and it's greats however as a mom who wants to be cool. You don't wanna be in line you wanna be like. Hey dude. I'm also a mom. But you know a may do coke occasional. You need to if you're going to do that and you still want your suv. There's a more ignorant way to achieve what you just said about the minivan and to achieve it you. You get even more ignorant than Just your jacked up tahoe or whatever. You gotta get hydraulics on it. Oh well you can get it lower too low to the ground so the kids can walk in i. That's racist bob. I actually looked at one of those so fucking expensive. You can drop it down like from nine inches. Lift to one inch lift jesse. This is a true story. I inquired about it. My god man. I think truck was ninety two thousand dollars and i was like. There's there's not a world that i'm spending that kind of money on i mean that's that's just endless content though that's endless mom tell it is a. You would've looked fucking hilarious thing. It's this monster pickup truck. And i was like i looked at this guy. Negle- bro. I love you that you're even trying to pimp this and i'm sure that's a fucking huge commission on her ninety three thousand dollar pickup truck. I was like. I don't see a purpose in this life unless i was single or didn't have kids or whatever it like what the purpose would be behind it and he goes. Oh with kids. it's great it dry. Hydraulics trump's down from nine inch lift lift on their down to one. You just press this button and he goes. That's why this cost so much because the car is just your basic like you said ford f one fifty x lt and i was like. Oh shit yeah. The base of those things is like forty five grand. And i was like. That's what the rest of this shit is for. Yeah me rolling up in the school line with my little bit. Lifted black on black on black as you'd be like crazy tires is about as far as i could go. I don't know if i could pull up. Get out of the car. Re lower it down as the teachers bringing them out. I don't know if i can do it but that's all you would. Here's search as the kids. Get out of the car. And it's like oh shit dude. Ocean do at one time for premium content. And then. i'd have to give it back better old school station wagon. Oh i want that. We looked who actually so we wanted. The griswald won the green one with the wood paneling and all black master. The crazy thing about those is there the market for those the aftermarket because of hipsters fucking expensive to get them like nice and tiled in. Well here's why is that back. That third row is facing outward the other way rights. You put the kids back there and then you can still do hand stuff in the front seat and do a little little nasal action probably homes. If you get hit from behind the way home your kids. Die on impact. And that's that's facing the car that's driving straight out them and it's it's not a good day. See death coming. Yes i mean. They literally young spartans new slogan dude for the wagoneer. They see jeff green to me. So we don't do that. Fanny packs a little hard to pull off. I go back to the car for the rangers game. Put your purse back in there. Come back inside. And then they had a bunch of weird like kovic shaming in there where they didn't they told you wear a mask in the way in you could take it off once you got in. And then they put old people at every single seat so every single aisle you go into your seats so whatever we were sitting in even in the sweets. We were sitting in the sweet. It is a seventy eight year old woman who sitting in a chair and all they do is hold up a sign that says. Please wear your masks. And if you're not wearing your math they wave it in your faith the go like this. Hey hey yeah. We said. Yesterday they put them out there. Because it's like you. Hey hey you have to look at what you're gonna kill exactly and look. I felt bad about it. But i didn't definitely didn't put him not not bad enough to put a mask back on. I'll tell you that. So it is what it is see. Brad eighty one sane by. I just bought a bar of dr. Squash is the fucking soap on the planet. Dnc drink in bros for twenty percents off. That shit i that is the that has changed my life dude. I'm super grateful living out these hotels and we're almost near the finish line on this june first Looks like we'll be moved back in here. In austin texas so four months of this is a lot and we're yeah thank you thank you. Yep four months of that But then saturday night we went to the cannella fight which was a blast. No no-mess incite seventy five thousand people in attendance. No mask that was amazing and Just to see that many people happy you felt like you were at a real stadium. Same as the kentucky derby we were just like all right greats. I feel like i'm back. We're all back then. You walk outside of that that shit and then you go to. Bars and restaurants are closed at midnight. Sir some shut down altogether. And everybody's still wearing masks afraid and you're like what the fuck man. I just sort of event with seven five thousand strange strange and then And then monday morning popped up. We've found out the pops positive for steroids. And they put daddy's picture on the front page anti-inflammatory i. This story is gotten so crazy that it's like it's gotten down to the trainer saying Who was one of the guys in the stable pissed on. The fluffer was doing robitussin. And he was rogue chip and impede on the. Hey impede on the hey and then the horse. Eight the hey. And that's why he had a positive tests. I find the horse was friends with dennis rodman. And they were out partying two weeks before and i think codeine takes time to get your system while. Here's what we keep getting zapped forgot we. We did it. Jokingly did a drink and bros. episode about this week before we knew we had box seats on the finish line right and we're on the track. Get a punch. The horse right in the face. Right there on the rail. We joked about putting cocaine down so my horse when i've gotten endless. Dm's about that of like. Did you guys have something to do with this. And no we did not But but this story so wild that you know that that picture they use yesterday in the new york times. I did post for that one so the other one was genuine. I didn't know was photographer there when we won but the other one after i won the photographer came up to me. And he said hey. Did you win this race and you win a lot of money. Yes and he goes. Would you mind posing with the ticket. So i remember taking that one. One thing i say is my hands. Are i've tiny hands. Have small hands for a man my size. I would not do well in the nfl. Combine or the draft. I don't know why. I don't know why i'm giant man with smaller her dainty your fingers if you will they had to stretch that out and everybody was like in an you. These sausage fingers unit die. And i was like no no. They had to pan in on the ticket to show how how much i bet on it. You know what the winning amount was. Let's real life like these. These hands would be terrible at the. Nfl combine. i could never be a quarterback in the nfl whereas my son on the other hand. She's he's bigger hands on do it two years old right now and he's monster but it's I was not expecting that weird set of circumstances and it was really hilarious and we were able to premium content. We pop it up everywhere but what are the chances that that guy you remember that guy asking for that photo i was like. Yeah i remember thinking. What's he gonna do what we can do with this. Yeah and then all of a sudden just the ticket like you don't really know you're like okay. Did he tell you. He was from reuters. Did he say where he was from at all they. They said where they were from but there was a lot of after the race. There's so many photographers down there. On the track that a bunch of people coming up and taking pictures like his. Dan's outfit was crazy and awesome and so is his girlfriend stuff. Select you know. And but you also don't really care and you're just like greats when that popped up yesterday was really really funny and i got endless laughs and entertainment out of that and know what happened with that. You don't have to give the money back They will strip the trainer. He will more than likely have to pay for. Give them what happens. His second place now think it was manda lynn or something loon or whatever To my knowledge. I think if you still have a hard ticket in vegas you'll be able to go back and do something with it if not your owned on that but yeah it's it's an odd thing that hasn't happened since nineteen sixty eight so no one really knows. Yeah the idea that people like are they going to get the money back like fucking cash that shit. Try and get it back. Do you know what i'm saying. Who who still has it sitting somewhere doing i mean they could even just laughable like people are like oh god yeah understand. How cash works like a stripper. Now yes ours. We were with couples. But yeah i know the money is in the bank. You cash it. You went to just put it in the. It's him like we just like gone. No it's not like i went to the kid was. You would have told you every cent of that money would have been gone if you would won that the people are also like to share the good rehab took everybody out to dinner that night and We enjoy we ate like kings and and it was great. It was very very great. it was Was their club guy. I one point my life possibly but I respect women now and so it's more more of a exotic dancer fan you you look like you would have been great. Dj strip club. Yeah that was actually burning college whether it was really club jackal book. Yeah and then and then rumors was the was the one at buzzed into our good friend of ours. Charlie classic he was fucking. Dj strip clubs. For what twenty years. i mean. it's a long time eddie. Bravo dj to. I believe so and both of them are off the fucking rows like you. You just can't do that job and become a normal person later on in life. I love charley by the way. But he's crazy shit and it's like you wanna be howard stern but you're not quite there. It's not it's not that. It's i think you saw too much too young. It's all too much if you have to do that night after night. Because he did every night for i mean it was something crazy like ten years or something. I think it's true of anything right if you let you get left behind. The curtain of anything It kinda like loses its magic. What's harder on your brain. Ten years in the nfl or ten years astros club. What position at a strip club. That's real what position at the strip club. Strippers and the door. Guys probably just like akin fucking do this anymore but but the bartender. He the cook the cook. What did i cook yeah. The fry cook has the hardest time because talk to him touch him. You just get. Yeah well that's true. He's like he's like the servant boy of the strip club using people go. The buffet is using his own money to fuck the girls outdoor please. Can we just giving money. And that's how they keep them in his job. Yep gm like votes two weeks page. Timing is gone. Every time i and yes. The lower is gonna shit like playboy radio. I talked about before where it's just a bunch of people bucknell walking around asking. Dan comments because he hosted shows like how you do this all the time and he goes he become numb to it and at a certain point. It's just like you can smell the tans and the things and all these people that you thought were greater not we've never met one porn star behind the that was actually attractive like without all that bullshit on like their buck in disguise. Katie kush killed. Yes but like a like. She's not all like totally fake porn star out rights like she's sort of just like a cute girl. You know nothing better than that right. That's what we call the whole pack. Yeah you just want a good midwestern girl with a asshole for business stretched out but whole right. Keep america bob. Is that what you're trying to say keeping a gaping and talking about gaping agape or yeah like kind of like almost like it looks like it's breathing like the sarawak in the desert and star war. You can to see it. Go since the winky winky rob has just all into his bedroom. Yeah who do we have Michio kaku on It can look like that black hole that was behind him on the screen that day. For drinking bruce. Yeah but yeah look weird world. I don't i don't you're not gonna be fucking normal from something like speaking of Beautiful dumpers though Shapes your top five in the world dump truck asses best in the biz. One of the very very yes. Yes one of the very best in the biz in that top five though is jennifer lopez and man is back bay thin recycle season dude. We talked about it now. Benefactors back do. They're on vacation together. Come on now. Look i hate jennifer lopez and i've been very public about that. However her with ben affleck he was the only one to get her to break out of that stupid shit and go gambling in vegas and do a bunch of fucked up because her mom smokes fucking heaters and gambled all night to so jaylo didn't do it. She didn't do it but at least he had a buddy rights so maybe they would have dinner around five. Probably fucker around six or seven. And then she'd be like dude. I've gotta get maybe one thousand nine hours of sleep. Why don't you go with my mom to the casinos party. And he was just like yes. Let's get loose together and they would do that shit all the time in vegas. There's an internet or you were million dollars slots the mom did when they were together and he's just like trash looking right at the table. There's many surveillance of him. Just like trashed at the table. And believe me like i said i love to see it. I want endless. Mimosa ben back but the way i was thinking about it now is because she's so boring and doesn't do anything it doesn't drink or whatever it does make sense for them now to be back together right. Yeah i mean look if he truly is gonna live that sober life and do all. That shit's he's never gonna fan of it either but he's never gonna stop smoking heaters and And gambling so it's like you might as well kind get the best of both worlds in that and then raise your profile. A little bit When movies come back and all that stuff so it's a win win for both right now. We'll see how long this lasts but for now Aflac is back babe hey And then j. garner has wife. She got back together with with hurled flame as well Recycle seasons on dude. It's on a house I feel like there has to be more. But yeah i'm trying to. I'm trying to think she'll gates is probably getting back together with his high school with at the next same time next year girl with these getting back together with epstein is going to try to find seeing on that island. Who's still alive. That story is taking fucking weird turn. Hasn't it kind of. Were you expecting it or yes or no was i what. She hired a divorce attorney when the news broke in in two thousand and nineteen. And that's when she started getting into it now. All these stories are coming out about him having these fucking orgies and shit. This was before when he was younger. Correct but if he was doing that when he was younger and then he was hanging out with senior although the sheets we you know he had a he had a girlfriend ya we. We talked about the girlfriend right. Yeah just met once a year. Yes shinya so we've talked about us. It's the same time next year girl and we talked about that and she was cool with that. I don't i'm assuming she knew about the epstein shit and the other thing but to what extent and what actually goes on there because i. I don't believe melinda was down there. If she would have seen that she be like what the fuck is going on. No we're not doing this bullshit. But she cared about the foundation and like lots the like with anything it's with anything not epstein stuff broke anyone that had any ties to it in any way was like oh shit and so whether she thought he was doing anything or whatever she knew that there was documentation of them at least together right. I don't know if he went on the plane or whatever but they at least had some kind of business dealings business meetings whatever it may be in the time line. Here's what i believe this one. She hired the divorce attorney. Right around the time line fits up really really well of aright about the fucking girlfriend that you've had for years and years and years. I've been cool with that. I know you're friends with obscene. And now that all the shit has come out. I know what you were. Probably doing on those trips with him. And that's super fucked up and to save face for myself and the foundation and everybody else. I should probably get out of this. I think why it was pulled back. Was he fucking hung or where. He didn't kill himself but somebody else killed him and that's when they probably pulled back on she probably pull back on. That was just like hey. We're safe. Let's give this story some time because if you come out and salmon to get a divorce rate then everyone would everybody would have said the same thing of like dude it's the epstein thing like we know what's going on and bill gates in her would have gone through this vicious cycle of Of of news. That would've been never ending. I think the the smart play on all of this was was waiting and doing exactly what they've they've done right now. But you know now all these stories keep coming out every day and You know the the one who did is Biography here was saying that he was notorious for throwing naked pool parties with strippers Being a womanizer and this is even after his future wife so this was after melinda in after the microsoft co founder's wildlife side was well known among his inner circle and the new york times had a bunch of unflattering reports and they just continued to to spoon feed these stories and There's a there's a book about it called news on the bill gates in the race to control cyberspace. Can you guys tell me how old he was at that time. How old was he when he married. Mo- melinda. He was in his thirties so it was in his thirty so this was like in his early thirties. Twenties kind of thing. Around that time. I was in forties. Oh it was. He was he was thirty nine. I guess so yeah. He was barely thirty when they got married. January first nineteen ninety-four weird wedding date was it. Why is that new year's day a lot of people do that really Do they get. New year's eve comes your fucking shit fucking shit from my understanding. These parties are when he was like young dude. Like if you look at the pictures like he's a young ass nerdy dude. And i don't necessarily begrudge a young nerdy dude to like naked girls in a pool. What the fuck is the problem. I'm either so the problem is they're saying here is that he started dating melinda In one thousand nine hundred eighty eights and that his lifestyle continued all the way up until the engagement and marriage and all that other stuff and says when he was out of town his womanizing was well known and well reported however catching work that remains to be seen that footage exists somewhere down there and he was definitely there. So where i've seen is that confirmed that he was there. Pull pull it up but There is obscene together. I would have a hard. I'd be hard pressed to believe now. 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Yes and i'm fine with all of it. He he never went to okay. Yeah the flight law e. There's no flight logs of it. Okay so i mean you know. I think a billionaire might be able to sneak onto an island jet to jet. It's just say like this reuters generals just like. There's no proof that he's ever been there right. But i mean when you have your own jet with like you're the only one on your own flight log so who knows either way. I don't don't don't care as long as you weren't fucking kids like world. Good my book here but It's weird with these dorky. Fucking little tech dudes like you grow up and now you're fucking powerful shit and you have more money than christ's you can literally do and go wherever you want by whatever you want strange The whole thing is strange so look now he's gonna be able to do whatever he wants. It what sixty eight years old have fun. I guess i don't know what do you say to that Shit so she's gonna get all of the money and that's that's where probably lot. Nda's there Nda's there and that's you think. I think they're just splitting it. Only shitty thing is how much they're giving the kids. What is it like ten million each only right because they set up that foundation where they're giving away to the rest of the world and you're like what mom gets a hundred and thirty billion dad gets one hundred and thirty billion kids getting no more than ten million. This is the real story guys. Strippers in the pool. Have fucking fun. Young nerdy bill gates. I don't give a fuck. This is weird like honestly. It's sort of thing where it's the kids who knows. Maybe they hate their kids. You know. I think a bigger story is just being horrible parents. Maybe i mean. I don't know right. Always these stories are kind of because we're all sort of split in the world. It's like the new divide is d. r. u. four bill gates or against him right for whatever reason. Look i'm not for him and so you can pull exactly right. You control these things from wherever he used to have naked women in the pool when he was single. Who fucking cares look apparently was going on. I don't know. Jesse is the new york post in. This is what is happening right now. So you can buckle up or you cannot and also the new york post. I want you to pull this article. Bob post posted this thing yesterday where everybody just came down like what when we do these hollywood stories and There always seems to be a theme when an actor steps just a little bit outside of their comfort zone jacobs and they use this phrase every single time that person is unrecognizable in this role. You wouldn't believe what's gonna transformation of this yesterday. Was leonardo dicaprio. And i want you to pull up this picture. And put it on screen bob because There it is right there right in the middle. You can pop that up on screen. He looks totally recognizable. I don't know if you can see the shapes well. My facial recognition as you know is unparalleled right so let's see The only way he would recognizable if the chick like he was playing the chicken this and then talking about unrecognized people online raging. There were like. Hey it's totally dicaprio. I mean these playing an older man. It looks like they've aged him a little bit with makeup and shit but like in some gray in the hair and all that stuff but like it's definitely looks like leonardo dicaprio. Now he's playing the woman congratulations. I was fooled. I was really fooled on that one man that would be great work and with the cgi and everything we have now. That's entirely possible that he's playing that woman as well but i'm not sure i'm not sure But what i am sure of is that he is completely recognizable and people are like. What are we seeing something different here. Yeah yeah. Have you ever seen leonardo dicaprio before because if you haven't he unrecognizable to you i just i'm you've seen anything talk about. He looks exactly like gilbert grape like the guy from gilbert grape. Grew up the hair the everything now. I don't what i am amt about. Though is that scorsese's making one more film. At his age you start to count down whether or not this is going to be their last film and i just want this one shot in the canon out into the world because it looks dope. It's a weird title. Something under the flower moon or something like that. And it's dicaprio and jesse plans. Who were big fans of is the lead of the so. This could be a banger. And i'm excited about it because he's really making shit like this anymore And speaking of which saves our prediction came true. No more golden gloves canceled. Oh cancelled told you this start happening. hollywood got to woke. The movies are making that are. You're nominating and you're trying to be ethnically diverse and all this other shits. Nobody seeing these movies And it's all becomes so boring and soap. E c the hands of noth- no one but themselves i mean they've truly eaten their own on this one. And congratulations you wanted. Cancel culture now. You're canceling your own culture. The golden globes is not coming back. Nbc's says they will not put it back on the network next year now. What they're blaming this on is the hollywood foreign press academy not diversifying enough there. I don't know voters of their board or whoever it is it's always a weird organization because only made up of like twenty people now like six of them are people of color. There aren't grander like indian or or spaniard. Or whatever you wanna call it. And there's no blacks but here's the thing here me out in this one and the countries that are located in his before there isn't a lot of black journalists They're going to put more in and so after immediately. After this announcement they announced like these sweeping changes were going to overhaul it and we hope to get back on the air and twenty twenty three. You're not getting it back. Sorry we're all done with that and and that's kind of it's the ratings don't allow you can come out and say it's about race all you want and you're not diverse and everything else you ju- a seven in the ratings seven million people on a sunday night on abc that is not good enough for advertisers. To put that fucking bullshit on the air for three and a half hours and the movies. You're nominating no one's ever seen so it's just going to keep getting worse and worse and worse. It's smart to get out now while you can cancel these contracts and put it under the race card but let's face it. It was all about the fucking ratings on this one. Yeah i mean there's no way around it and You want all these things you got all these things and now you're gonna lose your own award show you know shit. I remember as a kid hoping to go to i. I've been to one golden globes. It's a fucking blass. The parties are blast. Everybody used to have fun. It's not like that anymore. But you know as a kid you hope to be nominated for something like that. You sit at the table and drink champagne with your cast. Get drunk some fucking nasty shit to people and you out yourself. And now it's going all the funds shits is now gone for you to like not as well as a gone for the audience. It's gone for you too. So fuck off with all of that and like mark ruffalo statement on. This was just the dumbest bullshit. I've ever i fucking hate mark. Ruffalo cat was such a fucking passion. That is so fierce. I know you loved him from that one movie. Say the name of it. Because i never remember it. You can count on me but listen you and claim every single time But but you can count on means because mean clain a real actors understand that christ. We appreciate no every time i bring up. She's gone he's gone off the off the rails. So who do you think was the first one to make statements to the public after the hollywood golden globes cancelled because of race ya because of race and gender equality or whatever it is. They're they're bitching about. Who do you think was the first one. That makes it Well judging from this conversation mark ruffalo greats okay. Yes yes that is correct. Now who won a golden globe this last year and cried on camera about the pride of winning a golden globe with his children. His wife Everybody in the room. Yes it was. It was it Shits was morgan freeman. No no he's he's dating his granddaughter. She wasn't there. Oh no it was mark ruffalo mark ruffalo you can go and pull up the footage from three months ago just three months ago of mark ruffalo crying amazing and since statement though Pull up his twitter bob. Mark ruffalo twitter. We all know what fucking speech was. It was just like sap we've got whatever whatever and the president's and now is the time for healing and all this other shits It's the same board of directors that was on there before if you felt this bad about it. Why didn't you just leave like. Hey don't don't want this golden globe anymore. Tom cruise gave three of his golden globes back. And i read an article. Yesterday was really fucking funny about this. They were like hey if the oscars would have gotten cancelled. No one would give their fucking oscar back. Not once did because that is number one in your obituary academy award winner. Tom cruise is dead at the age of sixty three or whatever it is you know shit. He's actually number one fucking dana daly now now. He hasn't should've went for magnolia thread. But yeah yeah he didn't. He didn't win win for the thread movie. Now one for lincoln. My left foot And there will be blood. I'm a big fan brother. You don't ask me on l. up in this bitch. His statement there. Bob can you pull it up. Pop it up on on a screen. Big enough saw i can read it. Wo- it's still It is discouraging to see the hollywood foreign press which is gains prominence and profiles. Oh my god are you fucking kidding me with this bullshit. Mark i mean fucking for real dude gotta gotten the rest of this make it make it quick. I mean blah blah. Now's the time to step up and right. The wrongs of the past honestly as a recent winner of golden globe. I feel proud or happy. About being a recipient of this award our industry is embracing the opportunity for greater equality in this beautiful moment. It is not perfect long overdue but it is clear what must happen now. The justice movement capitalized. I don't think that that's a capital. A proper noun is offer fucking spellcheck ruffalo shit on him. I like like you said hurry this up and offering all of us that have an every other entertainment in any way forward. We should all follow suit. It is our audiences and our highest sense of decency that we are ultimately trying to serve with these changes. They are both deserving. Yeah we must do. You must do better as what he also posted. And you give it away. Belmar mother fucker and i like him as the hulk just went. I hate him as the hulk. He's gimpy to be the fucking hawk. Dude bruce banner's can of again right. I don't know man. If i you go back and watch this old episodes remember the tv show which is still the greatest marvel. Marvel bullshit can fuck off compared to the original tv show of the hulk. Blue frig die. Yes well lou. Frig no is rigged for life dude. Yeah but that's a real fucking human. Who's a goddamn hulk. I loved him but the guy who played him. I don't know his name played. David banner pimp pull up a peer. Pu pull up the real david. That guy's a pampa not gimpy. Ruffle hang didn't have the suicide with the butterfly. Doors isn't banner. David david banner david band but he named himself after this character in the hulk. Bruce banner was it bruce. Banner now now. Now it's both. It's both. They changed for the tv show. They changed it to david banner. Gotcha but bruce banner is the actual they. Don't you try to fuck me dude. James sleeping polls. I'm sorry. are you guys pull up. She's pulled this pick. Were quick so james can see it. I want your honest opinion. Because you're a mark ruffalo fan. As i'm doing this. This guy versus mark ruffalo. Let me know when that pops up. I know for for her. She's on a little bit of a delay. Okay this guy were mark ruffalo. Yeah why like this guy shit. So why i. He's a pimp mark. Ruffalo isn't what are we. What are we doing here. yeah well. He's a daddy right. So i'm into that. That's a real man right there. I would actually like to hear from someone who's like an up and coming actor that hasn't won any awards and isn't a fucking millionaire and doesn't have a marvel movie and money. I want to hear from them. How they feel about this shit right. Donald glover said something. Today are we did. What did he was He was saying that Movies and tv boring now because so some people were trying to say it was canceled culture. Some people are trying to say he meant getting cancelled like literally on tv. Getting your show canceled. Okay i'll pull it pull it up. I'm i'm curious to what he has to say. Long short of it was that people aren't taking risks whether one thing or another with other and that shows created television because of it and they're absolutely one hundred percent correct. And just you and i talked about this all the time. The one guy who's actually able to do it and have some freedom on it is glover like that back. he's the only one shit the second season of atlanta. It's pretty sick row atlanta's famer shows. Did he win something for it. Yeah oh yeah. They all of the awards for atlanta and they have for the only two seasons. They've been on. And look at him with keith stanfield to do the weirdest on planet affects allows you to do that but at a budget. That is very small and if succeeds then they pay you money. So that's the model that it should be. But it's the same. That guy. John landgraf who who runs fx has been there for fucking twenty-five years so he put it's always sunny on he put atlanta on. He put all of those shows on. That are our favorites. But he's the only guy that will let you take a risk. Louis louis show used to watch He did all of that and the guy still there. So it's the same executive which is extremely rare. But he's right that's the only one who's who's taking risks because otherwise they're going to scrutinize every little last god damn thing and say we'll get them out of there like there's not enough diversity. There's nobody in wheelchair. That's your operating your crane you know in the background. It's like well. I can't really but the point. The point of that was that i wanna hear from people that have something to lose. Yes right like. I wanna hear from someone that actually if they said something about it were spoke out about it could lose like contracts or whatever like i'm tired of hearing from old ask people that have already fucking made it or whatever i mean glover's actually saying what i would say right but anyone in favor of this that has a fucking anything to lose or that is trying to do this job or you know grew up just now broke into the business and was wanted a golden globe or an oscar or whatever where those people they're getting bone just like everything else where we're hearing from all these old ask doctors and old grandma's that we gotta stay home what about me. Yeah i And us in particular. And i know i went on a bit of iran about this on on The uncertainty episode and during a podcast patriot. There i can go full hammond afterward about appetizers or whatever but some i'd said you know there there was a time i was afraid to say shit too big agents and all that stuff because you're holding onto this one dream or whatever that's how it goes in there are still people like that. Just hey i'll do what i gotta do. Whatever to just get on right. Yeah me too. For example really fucked a lotta girl actress. Oh yeah because that's how we get stuff. Statistically there's been a decrease in female hang on very true and huck without. James went to back that up. Real quick you saying you wish. The metoo movement wooden happens some more. You could have gotten more roles. Or i'm just saying this you're taking away. You're taking away the ability of the young person to hustle their way to where you fucking assholes are like dude. I mean me to let me to decide what i wanna do to get the role right. You don't speak for everyone old ass. Whatever fucking name is. Who's the one with the broken leg and bibi or whatever the fuck she where's she sharon stone yeah l. It's a judge actually. Judy ashley judd. You don't have to fucking worry about it anymore. Stop fucking it up for the rest of us that. Want to decide what we want to do to get these. Do you know what i mean. Shut up your old. You're done. You're not even getting parts anymore those. Those aren't the people that need to speak for you right. You heard it here first. James is entirely against the meat's been altogether for actresses. But you know. I was to whatever you did you did. I'm against anything that makes people feel like a week race or gender or anything like. I don't need your fucking help like i'll go up to the hotel or not. Yeah it's it's your decision and by the way there's a lot of dues have done fucked shit it up. Look at kevin spacey in in whatever crew that with like rolling out so it is what it is on on both sides but they've they've now cancelled themselves and it's wild see in real time. 'cause i've we've talked about this on this show for a year and a half and there was a point where you know. I'd said some shit on a bunch of these shows where i knew i couldn't go back to traditional hollywood anymore because they were just like fuck. I remember getting those calls. What fifteen sixteen for my agents. And shit like that and they were like. Hey man you're hanging out with those fucking gun guys a lot with the coffee and shit really fly out here and i was like well my friends so i don't really give a shit if you don't like it or whatever and whatever happens happens but i think if you're worried about that than i am worried about comedy as a whole and we are done here like i might as well pivot in the podcast and books at that point because that's the only true freedom of speech less and even then as you look at the youtube numbers. Stop that free. It's audio wise it is put this realm. Yeah should even talking to matt looking at people as victims whether it's race or gender. Whatever like i just don't like looking at them as this lower whatever that needs my help. That's all no dome in and get it but yet. Luckily that's traditional hollywood model has his died. I mean shit. I went scorched-earth on uta jr the other day. And like i. I called you that night. After i sent that email and i said i was like dude in real life. Lake fuck man. I wouldn't be able to done that five or six years ago today. Yes fuck you can go on air and to talk about foods. Put his fucking email name on the goddamn thing today. I'm gonna send him zoom link see wants to be on the show this afternoon fucking chat about it. I know that motherfuckers. And say he's a pussy all of them our pussies and they hide behind this power. Power has been taken away and we're now living in a creator economy where you create your own shit. Make your own money. Create your own podcast. Right shown books to your own stuff With the new deal from penguin Penguin bought up random house. Or i'm sorry simon and schuster. Now you're down to like four publishers. Congratulations they're gonna start giving you lower book offers and making you do x. y. and z. And if you're not writing what they want you to write your fox so you gotta go out there and do it yourself and create your own stuff. And there's and crypto and a ton of fun things to do and we might. That is not a joke. Earlier we might create our own crypto coin. And i'm designing new games for us to play on the crypto show. It's called the biggest mover. And every morning i wake up and i put two hundred dollars. Whatever crypto has lost the most percentage that day. Because you know what going right back. Yeah we've actually found a new crypto the token which is actually bigger than bitcoin and is currently at seventy five thousand dollars a coin right now and has a seven thousand four hundred percent increase year over. It appears to be a hedge fund. Yes i don't really understand it. None of us do i. I understand it I understand it but if we get into our own. I i actually. Do you actually do so. I sat down. I sat down with somebody and they. They went over like the benefits of bitcoin versus a theory. And everything else and it. It made total sense. I was able to am. I don't know if i'm allowed to say who it is. But can either connection to an athlete is also and they reached out about doing. Nfc for him. And i said hey break this down for me and how this works and where it's sold and everything else and And it's a theory that data the ones that are selling it so theorems actually worth a little more probably on the back end and bitcoin. Bitcoin was first but if there is going to catch up. I understand the nf tease. I understand that that market. Now it's essentially like a getty stock images like i would buy for a movie. So yes i. I understand all of it now and i also have some footage that i have i would like to turn into an nf t that is some of the most shocking should have all time. A crazy amount of woodstock footage. Whoever doesn't know the story of this Would that that's bro. I is this angry on fire woodstock no show. Okay so jesse you. I think we were together during this. Because i think you had picked it up for me Once i got it like actually digitized exercise and all that stuff and you were of edited the either to music or something you did because we weren't sure we were going to do with it. And if you don't know the backstory of the original nineteen sixty nine woodstock. There was so many lawsuits after they broke down the gates and people died and all this other shit that the people who put it on. We're getting sued by like was like one hundred and forty-six lawsuits or something gnarly. So they were filming the entire thing and the goal was to put it out in theaters because they done it. A couple years previous with the monterey pop festival which is obviously when when hendrix guitar on fire during that and it made a shift in the box office and then afterwards so that's what they were going to do with with woodstock was monetize well because of the lawsuits and these guys losing so much money and it was such a fucking disaster warner brothers actually came and say it said we'll buy up all of your footage from woodstock and get you out of all the lawsuits and that was the trade. It was the exact dollar of what they were being sued for. Which is what they had so unless you were there taking your own footage by yourself. It doesn't exist out there online. It's very very few clips. And if you're gonna buy it could actually going to buy it from warner brothers while doing a movie. And i needed some woodstock footage because i couldn't afford the fucking warner brothers shits and in a guy reached out who was friends with my aunts and yeah long story short. They pass away. I have the footage. And i've got this fucking crazy like what is it. Probably eight to ten minutes worth of footage of inside none of my inside woodstock but at that guy's farm and it's not you edited it. I mean it looks beautiful. And it's almost surreal. See was on eight millimeter color. Stockbridge of like cars driving up with like the most amazing. I mean you couldn't have art directed. It better did just seems right. It seems fake. And i remember i remember picking up from the photo lab and there were like. I didn't tell them was getting digitized from that eight millimeter film and the guy looked at me and he was pay ghosn and he goes henman. Is this like the real woodstock footage. And i go. Yeah he goes holy shit man. Do you know what that's worth. And i was like not really but i'll look into. I know i know how much the clips are worth five six seconds clips were going for I think eight thousand dollars apiece on getty image and you can only use it license it for one movie or something like that. I mean it was bucket gnarly so yeah. I'm starting to understand that world if we did a fucking stocks and crypto show. It'd be beserk everybody's getting into it now Jay z got into this morning. Lot of fucking money out of jay z in there and he signed with an nfc company. Who was a big boy. Total that he put into that. So it's yes it's becoming real. And i understand i understand it now. I didn't really get it at first. The made up coin thing. I don't really understand like the dote the does coin. Yeah i'll ask the guys later. If you understand the ah. But i i think we should do our own coins. I'm definitely saying I think that would be awesome in the hilarious. And if you get it on one of these blockchain and you're able to put it up out into the world what's to stop you from doing it. Fuck it jacobs. Let's do this. I know there's a heavy hollywood episode here but this james franco thing was a bit surprised yesterday. Yeah what's going on with this Seth rogan interview with a magazine over in london and he said that he has no plans to ever work with. James franco again. So what was the content. The context was During his whole metoo she it. because he's you know completely disappeared and this is other article was talking about the rise and fall. James franco What had happened was it was on one of their movies. And they're saying alleging. By the way. Alleging i i don't know about this. But they were alleging that seth rogan helped cover this up and the actress that was in the center of this between franco and the thing. That really was helping them cover up for. This movie was That charlene asian actress super funny little stone or asian from a What knocked up like that weird Yeah yeah yeah. And i think she was in like end of the world like a couple of other movies. What happened with that. James franko you walked. She said i want to quit the movie. And i'm not happy with what happened with franko. I don't know the situation but said there were some money that changed hands according to this article And they asked her to finish out the movie and she obliged. I don't know what the settlement was. Or what the thing was. But seth rogan was in it as well and I don't know if they are digging and trying to figure out what it is but she came out and made a statement on her own saying. Yeah franco's fucked up and this other should happen and that's all care to say about it. So i clearly it must be true but know what what he's being sued for currently is holding these acting classes and then having sex scenes in the acting classes with girls Data real real sex scenes in these acting classes share so we all heard about those when i was saving up enough money but i couldn't afford it but everybody knew that and it was all if you could get in the class and get a spot. I mean dude booked even after we found out because we're method if your method then yeah you're not then you don't take that class right. That was the pitch by the way was method acting dead serious. Look bro but do you remember. 'cause took a couple classes classes in hollywood. The line that that we all walked right up to or crossed in method acting like. I don't even see that being that weird. Even if i was in i would be like. Yep that's what you gotta do. I mean it's it's it's it's a weird thing. I remember when i got sal joking about all of this but go ahead. I'm not actually out. Sell all shall share my real misogynists on this episode. So i want to let everyone know. Also share my experience on this When i got to los angeles And gotten was waiting to get an agent hunting at age agent. All this other shifts There was a a really good acting teachers. Vincent chase If the name sounds familiar to you that was Mark wahlberg acting coaches well and he ended up naming the character lead character and entourage after him So hence the name vincent chase. He was an old acting teacher. Older man probably shit. By the time i was studying with him he was probably slate seventies he by the rock and ralph raves. Right above there. Yeah and so. He was and he was a great teacher in like look. There was a bunch of people that famous people that came out. And you sign up for this class and you know he just ask you to take it seriously or whatever and he said look whatever your method is whatever decide road you decide to go down. There is classes here for it I'm not here for some of them. But other people are and and i was like i asked somebody it was like. What's the craziest class. And this one guy. And friday nights at nine or ten o'clock was doing shit like that doing fucking nudity. I don't think sex was involved with it. Got real god damn close and all those people would paid and volunteer to be there. So i don't know vet it strange but step back in the day. That's what method acting was according to certain people so It's it's it's fucking strange. But i don't. I don't know that he recovers from this now. Especially if you have that connection between rogan or whatever but there's anybody who's going to bounce back and shoot their own weird shit let's face. It would probably be franko right. Jim trigger. Yeah and i mean it will probably be too weird. 'cause he usually needs someone else to kinda ground him and legitimize him. Otherwise i think he spins off the earth right as far as his bullshit Like he's a weird guy. Yeah so if he doesn't have anyone to check him or whatever. I don't know what this what he would make or what it would be like but i'm here for it. I don't look the other shit. I knew about him. Seem pretty fucking innocent. But i look at it. Wasn't there on the weird one girl. Pull a picture that girl bob. That's not one that you would be like. Oh yeah. I definitely wouldn't have sex with her. Yeah he didn't do anything to her doing things to her. No she was angry because they were allegations. And then they're working on the movie their allegations like a year before that and then they're working on this blue disaster artist and then they were on that and she was like i'm uncomfortable working with him and they're like it's cool. He's changed or whatever and then she heard more allegations from women onset. They're like he's being a fucking creep and shit and then i think maybe more allegations came out from other places as well and she was like fuck this. I don't. I thought it was the first movie i okay. This makes more sense now. Yeah yeah he didn't. He didn't do anything to her in particular did they. Did they let her know that she's she doesn't need to be a pushing for bob on the screen and she safe safe from the moment. She doesn't need to be afraid if she's making a stand for other women that's fine if it's hot. Think she's in the clear if it's hot she wasn't than the others fucking problem too but serve its charlene year. Probably safe probably say the safe. Let's in that one On a safe zone this is also by the way the woman who she had some run ins with famous people. This is the woman who David cross went up to at a party and was like like. I'm just going to do what david gosden of But he did like a horrible chinese impression to her he was like oh chinese aurora and like just at a party like early on. I think this was like when he was still on arrested development and the for digital whole ching jong at like to her and she was like what the fuck and everyone was dying like that david. He's so crazy is weird that i laughed at you doing that. And you're not even david cross Yeah he must've killed. Yeah i don't know. I don't know if coming from david cross. It'd be that funny but bob doing it. After the fact you know david cross twenty one yep crossing probably so over the top that it was just like. She's a funny comedian. She'd be cool with this and that he didn't know her at a party and he fucking like essentially did the social equivalent of like kicking the door down of the circle of people talking and was just like chinese. Those were the days. Do shit like it would kill. He's raising awareness for that kind of action. Yeah now we have to stop as in. Hey because there's so much as no one vancouver does apparently yeah. I guess no. It's the number. One city of asian. Hate crime is in vancouver. What's the number one race of the people that are attacking them was probably white in vancouver. That's just my guess. Or is it other asians or is it another l. i don't know about. I know i know here. It's so black people but it is percentage wise. I don't know what that means. But hoover i didn't see one black personnel in vancouver. Okay white people. But i yeah i f- i find it hard to believe. But who knows what. They're going through in canada's the weird shit of all time i mean. They're still mass up lockdown there they're therefore communist country point four on. I mean it is fucking gnarly. What is going on there so legal weed though yeah legal weed and then your housing prices are three million dollars house and you can own a bunch of tim. Hortons still not afford to live But yeah that's strange i. I saw that one video. I didn't know where it was from vancouver. A those candidates do kids great. That was a great canadian. James you a canadian accent no grain. Great just checking in checking pulse on that one. I don't think so it's a no. It's very diffic- yeah a little bit more of an aggressive fargo. It is very aggressive. Fargo the last story when wanna chat about his tiger tiger story ever to keep sending me with the guy in houston who's driving around cops are looking for him rolls out of his apartment in new jeep with his tiger. It's a full fucking. God ziems size tiger well. The police are looking for him because he's also out on bail for murder correct. Yes but the beauty of it is not only on bail for murder but you own this giant life sized tiger and it was in a jeep. There was a jeep wrangler with them which is awesome. Because that means you hold some real fucking power in this world dude if you feel confident enough to only roll out in the street with tiger but then put it in a jeep wrangler and just fucking crews. Yeah i mean do you but keep up a photo of this guy. It's in houston which is not a shock because all of the tiger population this. There's also there's a cab founded. I guess in this report has gone on the tiger stand-down. Yes no no stand down. He told the tiger to stand down. This tiger looked at in. Like i'm gonna tear your face off because i'm tiger so i'm surprised. Yeah didn't shoot the tiger. But then i was thinking about the optics of it of like then all tigers matter and then the tigers would be protesting in the streets and all that other stuff but so i'm glad it didn't go down didn't take place but show the tiger in the guy and then obviously this is the guy who's the baller here and look at this fucking tiger dude. I don't think. I think this is a young tiger. Actually it is. It's a young to close video of this thing though. Fuck you dude tires. Fogo tigers thousand pounds. Yeah this is not a full. Just probably a hundred and kind of so impressive by the way less than a mile from my mother-in-law's house who cares. Do i care bob. I care how you call her is are you okay. And she was like we're just not. I can't even talk right now. Is just like she was pretty shaken up. We're going to. We're going down there this weekend. If you get got by tiger in the streets of america like so be it it has on you. But i wanna say like i'm familiar with the neighborhood is a nice neighborhood. It's a nice neighborhood. But here's the fucking thing. So nice that. The homes have room for tiger. No like this tigers living in a home office so most of these tigers that these people are keeping his pets and things like that the majority of them are in apartments. Keeping these fucking things in apartments. And i'm like and then there something will happen in the police. Our neighbor will complain eventually. We'll police come in there. Boom fucking full grown tiger jumps out the goddamn door. And you're you're losing your shit. It's legal to own a tiger in the state of texas as long as you check with your local sheriff. Correct yes cards. So have you guys seen Tiger king boy here this here this you guys. Can you imagine if someone was like. You know what i just saw like. Today we wouldn't be friends. Yeah yeah exactly. You couldn't be friends though. I said that there's somebody else do you like. Do you really know what that thing was. And they were like no. I was like. Oh that's cool. We saved me friendship. We've had show bring it up. And i'm like cut it. He's gone cut of the episode. Anybody's talks tiger came. When i'm like cut the up so i'm all done here. I know you're just getting around to this when you get around to that moon landing to but you're all good in my book. I don't need anything about your life or we would never be only on. Never invite you over to anything airing out and rely for none of some all done and japes you and i are done with this episode Today this is great We looked better than ezra. How you doing this zoom like thank you. I looked terrible. You look amazing. It is really really crazy not true. I feel like you're giving yourself better lighting than you. Give me when. I'm there like i don't know what the fucking deal is. Oh she does it intentional giorgio. She cow care you getting hotter. She gets older. I'm maybe it's me. Who's do living at the hyatt house downtown Using my doctor squash soap and You know relegated as shitty seltzer is because mine have been passed the fda. Maybe that's it. I don't know hopefully i'll snap back to life. I need some sun. He's fucking son james. Oh yeah this weekend. Hope hope so. We'll say sunny. There's a senator. Yeah you and. I will be together for tuesday's show in north carolina and i knock on wood. I think this'll be your last. Like shows on zoom and shit because again. The house is supposed to be done june first. So very we're gonna be together on a thursday show right. This is day and the next tuesday. i dunno. You're coming back out. But you're you're coming out for a few days to do the final touches or whatever either way. I'm looking forward to not having these zoom shows anymore or ever again. I'd always prefer not to be on zoom for all this shit and it's weird it's weird. It's weird vibe. And you're in bedroom. Explain that to people his nba fucking that bad. It's like no we don't have sex in that bed. I don't even know which bedroom grandees bedroom otis. Granny d's badger. Yeah yeah but. I'm sure it's nice to not have a lady in the office. You know what. I mean no no. It's not actually you boys fucking love it leaves around devices and we start coming up with their own fucking crypto. And that's what we're gonna do. Today is going to be just trying to invent our own crypt tell. Hopefully the majority of your day will be going to is writing the show five star and leaving a quick review. The only thing that helps us. We're almost at sixteen hundred reviews on itunes. Do it's just go there do it. All it helps says otherwise. You know i could be fucking riding around jeep wrangler in houston with with the tiger hanging out of the back of my car waiting to go on trial for murder or to be a dream or you could leave a review in and help out the show so i don't have to relegate myself to a life of tiger jeep wrangler bob's mother-in-law's so lucky though to have that happen right down the street. Do you know what i mean. Are you really going now. These guys are going to eastern sweet. Yeah yeah we're we're tired of traveling seen another tiger this weekend. Yeah tagger you are going sixty two What we can do. I'd say what take take a camera down there and go and look for that tiger. If you get footage of the tiger we'll give you a five hundred dollar reward to put it on the show. I just want to. it's out there. They haven't yet. They've not caught the tiger. Oh they're on their way to mexico for sure no no time. It's like talking about tiger king. No no i think the guy got caught. But i believe the tigers still missing. He looked the tiger on the side of the road. We didn't have a choice. let me check. I think he's just fucking tiger. Well she's now. Know for sure is a drug dealer who is just. He probably murdered a rival drug dealer and to prevent people from coming to murder hin his doorstep. He has tigers. That is how that sounds okay. So they did get him. Victor hugo cuevas. Who said his name. Victor hugo cuevas. that's dope vast amounts. Dude he also doesn't own the tiger rinsing it running inside. It's a nine month old tiger name as india. Do you ever truly own tiger. No you fucking. Yeah see victor tigers steiger's renting a tiger for protection. It's whereabouts have not have not been disclosed doing so. I think over the tigers. Thank you probably drop it off somewhere. So i saw footage on the news last night of this of the cop and the tiger in the neighborhood right and then the fucking tiger took off and then cop refused to shoot it. Obviously in the in the time we're living in and was probably a smart move is there have been protests for pizza and all that other shits. Why don't you trank it. Why don't you trank items. Like dude officers have a stun gun and a gun but not tranquilizers mad. If i will do this if you guys can get footage of that tiger just go out in the streets and look for it. We'll give you a five hundred dollar awards. I mean there's so many goddamn tigers and houston and louisiana. I want to confirm. It's because he knows the area so there's more tigers locked up in cages in the state of texas louisiana. An art in the wild. So i want this tiger did so we just go to a gas station. Probably there may figured out either way. It's a five hundred dollar reward. If you got some bring back some tiger footage. That's all i'm jesse. I also when. I just want to address. Bob's ben pretty. He's got something on the brain right. He started the episode with gaping winking holes. And then we go into a tiger story. He's like he's probably fuck the tiger. So look bob. I get it. It's gonna get worse it's gonna it's to get worse by it's gonna get worse before it gets better but godspeed. My friend got speed. Bump cut speed bump thank you. I'm not gonna judge fucking tiger. King shame here and you know whatever you do in your private time is your own time so do what you need to do. Do what you need to do. Five hundred dollars reward for the tiger if we can guys can get footage in. Houston this weekend japes. I'll see you on tuesday. No thursday sorry getting on a flight tomorrow morning at six. Am so that'll be fun for me. I'll you and i will be together. Side by side by side by sides type of thing mass that the yeah i. I'm i'm barely anymore. I love you it's been a great show. Thank you for watching and as always subscribe on youtube if you're listening to the show and vice versa. If you're on. Youtube subscribe to the audience shelf for jessie wasn't aka the cameras. Patterson this is the revolution seon. Jae fire good afternoon. Oh ally off. Report dot com report.

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Tibetan Throat Singing, Healing Harmonics And The Mysticism Of Music With Matthew Kocel

My Seven Chakras

52:00 min | 10 months ago

Tibetan Throat Singing, Healing Harmonics And The Mysticism Of Music With Matthew Kocel

"Might, say Chuck Rose Episode, three sixty nine. The second shot. Swirling for two seasons energy. Position Toronto. On the base of the spine to Crown of the head. For Thousands of This ancient has been. Measured to disciple, what are the functions of these energy sentiments and cook these chucked help you unlike your destiny and find your purpose welcome to my cell chocolates, and now your host A. Giant Kumar. What's up action, tribe, year, host and founder of my seven chocolate is my seven as dot com, the show he helps you expedients, effortless healing, awakening and abundance. Today's episode we talk about some really amazing and inspiring topics, including the therapeutic quality of sound torch, singing, the web of the Cosmos and unity consciousness, and much more the make sure that you stay till the very end, but before diving in elected remind you that we have recently launched our premier energy, mentorship expedients guard the action tribe energy circle. You'll find links and the show notes. If you want to master your energies, raise your wife rations and learn from. From, some of the most expedients energy mentors are there. Then you must absolutely check out this program. The link you need is my seven joker US dot com slash join might jeopardize dot com forward slash. Join all right, so let's bring on our guest for today. Matthew cosell based in Vancouver BC. Matthew is a leader in the word sound healing moment in accomplished throat-singing multi, instrumentalist and recording artist. He is also a committee member of the Global Wellness Institute sound. Healing Initiative affectionately known as the cosmic Singer Matt uses voice and Acoustic Instruments to create a sonic environment that seems to bend a fabric of diamond space. Having recently returned from a tour in New York. Europe and the western US Matthew stood album. Sound of the ancients is due for release this spring, so matthew, welcome to the show, and are you ready to inspire? Yes, I am great. So let's start from the very beginning So where did you grow up? And what was your childhood life? While I was traveling from the time I was in the womb. I was conceived in New Jersey and born in Alaska and from there My family moved to Virginia on the east coast of the US and then to France than Germany active Virginia, and and then to Colorado and which is where I lived until my early forties when I married my Canadian wife, moved to the Vancouver area so my father was a a an officer in the US. Air Force and a veteran pilot from World War Two, and that's why we moved around so much on our way to Europe and back we traveled across the Atlantic by ship so I feel like the exposure to the size of the Earth Fan and. multiple different cultures really affected. My worldview countered so lot of travel, especially as a child in an affected your worldview, which I can understand not traveled that much just you a few places, but I can see how when you interact with different people, and you understand different perspectives, and you see people in different situations it opens up your mind, and it opens earhart also more importantly as thanks for sharing that with us. Oh, what made you move to Vancouver them love. In nineteen, ninety nine I went to a retreat in Mount, Shasta California and I met this amazing woman who would eventually be my wife, and she had come to this same retreat from Vancouver and. We had a long distance relationship for about four years before we got married, and I never thought that I would leave the sunny environment of Colorado to live in the. Pacific northwest where we have the water elements. But I'm very happy to be here and falling in love with this area in the. Ecosystem People here very happy year wonderful so mount. Shasta 's one of the chocolate centers right or the energy war. On the Earth, yes. I have been to many powerful places than I. Mount Shasta 's one of the most magnificent I feel like going there. Were had. Obviously had a big impact on my life as my my wife in life, partner, but. It is one of these places that feels like a spiritual vortex where it's spiritual. Energy is high answer to awareness in the people that are on there and a lot of people have friends that have experienced a mystical events on on the mountain. I didn't have anything really a extraordinary or Would just say cosmic happened there. That was you know the jump attitude, but the I could feel a lot of energy there and. Beautiful experience mournful thanks for chatting and that's true. I mean a lot of places. You may not have a battle, expedience or a cosmic experience, but you can definitely feel the energy over there. I'm not been denounced Shasta myself or have been to Vancouver. Island and I feel a lot of why abrasions frequencies on the island and I feel that if I move there, and it's going to be conducive to my further. Awakening is just A. Wonderful place to be and so speaking about mystical experiences. Did you ever have a mystical or spiritual experience as Action I did I grew up in a family that was I. Guess You know skirts pretty middle of the road in the USA. We would go to church every Sunday and I grew up believing in a higher power. You know the people called God. And it's very interesting because when I was about twelve years old, my church youth group went to see a movie that was a aimed towards you to get them. You know encouraging them to become Christians and I was just having a good time being with my friends, and afterward after the movie ended, they put out the call on wants to dedicate your life to God come down. Here will pray with you and I had no plans of participating in this, but in that moment a now recognize that my crowns shocker opened felt a distinct new incredible energy. Zap from the top of my head that went through my whole body and. I was lifted out of my chair and I kind of Zombie walk down the aisle and the ritual You know I already at that point was considering myself would recall Tristian. But this was something that I'd never experienced before. I had no freeman reference for this I didn't would be decades before I would learn what a shocker is and. I, actually at the point was kind of was quite disenfranchised from my family and mostly authority figures in my life was happy, my family and so I didn't have any adults that I could trust enough to talk about this experience with, and and certainly there was no one in my rape and my circle that would understand what I. What I had gone through and also as deep as expenses was I wasn't able to maintain that vibration and I had a questioning mind. I was questioning the. Dogma, that was being presented through this particular. Church Path and Questioning perhaps the. Accuracy of the translations of the scripture that they're telling me is the perfect word of God and. Also Questioning the threat of punishment in the afterlife if I didn't you know, do everything perfectly or questioning the threat of being left behind in the event of a rancher, where all the true believers are taken away, and everyone else has left, suffer under the Anti Christ. These things didn't really resonate with me and. So as a young teen I threw it all away and I rejected that path. I had nothing to replace it with. So I was quite troubled and Near I got a lot of trouble. A young teenager, and rebelled, and really the only thing that. Moved me and really spoke to me. Was The music and so music I feel me. Might have saved my life and there were certain. Bands. Brought me to a higher higher place so just for context I was growing up the in the nineteen seventies. So they're like progressive rock bands like for example yes or Moody Blues. Floyd is in that circle. These take me to other places, and I really had a desire to recreate that and share that with other people. Also going to small gatherings, parties occasionally there would be someone with an Acoustic Guitar, playing songs and. Seeing people sing along and feeling that communal experience and This is inspiring to me as well even though. In. Retrospect was over the talented a as a musician I. Trying different instruments as a child. I gravitated to guitar in High Schools are picking up the guitar playing songs in singing, and that was a huge step because I had to withdrawn my boys, being the youngest child in my family, and not feeling heard and acknowledged having my needs even. Understood I add withdrawn and it wasn't communicated with my parents and my brothers and. People you know needed to communicate with so have finding the courage to sing in front of people. was a huge step in opening my throat, Chakra. So I studied music in university for two years. And in my second year university I chose to live at home with my parents as my father was in the process of dying from cancer. And I had. Changed my main instrument from Guitar to Bass Guitar for my second year of university and On the side started my first. Band and so I was commuting to school with my band, mate and classmate, and we were both the very much inspired by Jimi Hendrix and. Particularly around that time, though I was reading the biography of Jimi Hendrix the book called Blue, child the aquarian age, and while my friend was driving us to school I was reading the book and I didn't notice that he had put a tape in a stereo. While I turn to page and I saw reading lyrics to a song I'd never heard before by Jimmy and the moment. My is third reading these lyrics Jimi. Hendrix was stinging them on the Stereo in perfect timing. Could not have been time more perfectly so I've read a few lines as he was singing that I realized what was happening and stocks, and of course I, decided this flood of chills. Cascading through my body and you know I felt like this a sign sign. Ask for whether it was Jimi Hendrix or The Universe God would have you know I made a vow at that point that whatever takes I'm going to do this. I'm going to make it happen. You know in my young mind. I thought this is meant that I was going to be a rockstar. So that valve whatever it takes a hard road. Storing yeah. Thanks for shedding now one of the first songs that I played on my guitar, not a expert, but I do play the guitar I got a chance and one of the songs was. A California -cation by that actually. I just love that song for the Harmonica and far the best one of the best guitars but that sort of led me down the road of listening to music, Rock, learning rock, and I was just discussing this with my friend the other day, but when you're in a band, it's like a different form of harmonic side because you're sort of ensuring, you're tuned in with the biscuit, harassed and drummer and everyone's insane and that feeling when the? Begins and that connection with the audience. It's like a different level of resonance altogether which I guess earlier. Musician can understand, and also you mentioned about being floyd. I remember when I was in I. Guess Undergraduate. I did some weird I don't smoke weed right now, but in those days in India, especially, because of the music scene I was smoking, some weed in my friend had distinct flied music at a member, one of the albums that they played was very experimental I forgot the name of the album, but into Goma or some long word, but it was swift, sped momentum, and like you've rightly pointed it has the effect of taking you to a different place and a different diamond together especially with the addition of marijuana right. But yeah, so thanks for shedding that and you've told us what were some of the bands that influenced you and the fact that you had these synchronicity? So, what are your thoughts on synchronicity because i? Speak a lot of people who listen to our show, and they have certain thing. Something happened to them, which cannot be coincidental in seems to happen again and again. So what do you make of this? Is this a universe data something? This is your subconscious mind. Try to get you to a certain players that you need to be, or is it something as I feel that this is a holy interactive universe, and that is the subconscious mind in the super conscious mind our body. Our our soul, all of it is interacting. All the time and you know we hear a lot of people talking about the create your own reality. You all this well. Everyone's doing that so. We live on the same planet, so were in this. World Co, creating the same time, and so there is obviously overlap I heard a so in say. A joke. Talking about the new age armed robber, who would ask victims winner Judah draw me to you. I think we can get a little hung up on on. You know creating our own reality because other people are also doing that and we have overlap, but that being said Yeah, I think it's all interactive whether the universal plan and our soul path. No surrendered trying to figure it out completely, but it definitely appears to me that everything that were in our existence here in this life is interactive with the whole Cosmos interesting interesting. So what happens next after you're listening to that song of Jimi Hendrix reading the lyrics. Why some what the next steps you take that? Get you closer and closer towards your becoming a musician. Well. My father died that year and uh, that was my last year of university. I quit school and I moved the nearest big city to join a rock band and. So it was living in Colorado, so the big city me was Denver, and so that's where I moved, and I had an invitation to join a band that was going to be working steadily. In bars playing in the bars on a circuit. In those days. a lot of the bars have live music. It was quite common, and so there were a lot of bands that would make their living playing a cover tunes, other other bands, music and. You play usually four sets a night, if not more five to six nights a week, and then traveled to the next town and. It was not much money, but just enough to survive and. That for me was gratifying I because I was professional musician and The in the company of some experienced musicians who had a lot to teach me. Musically and. Ultimately give me lessons on how not to live? A lot of dysfunction now that I found myself surrounded by as well. Got It. So at what point did you discover the deputy equality of sound when it comes to sound for healing far awakening, and for attracting more burdens I guess manifestation. When did that happen? It was a long process because as I. was clinging and these bands after a couple of years, the the glamour were off of. Playing on a regular basis, playing other people's music realized this wasn't GonNa get me where I wanted to go. so I began forming original music projects while the market was a lot smaller for this, though that meant I needed to find a job and. I'd have my evenings free to rehearse and compose and go perform in local taverns, darts, hopefully looking for some kind of break where we could get into larger stage. Now maybe find a way to the coast east coast or West Coast to get signed by a record deal, because this way before Internet and in those days. You needed a record deal if you're going to have any type of the. Incident success. So again this is a really hard road and I find myself. Working in jobs that I would rather forget about and My. My Spirit was crying out because I never did find a replacement for the religion that I had. A rejected, and so I had this void and person who needs connection to. Higher Power God whatever you WanNa, call it, and so I was slowly getting depressed or more depressed, and in that the desperation that spiritual desperation in the. Places that I found in my life I got to point where I just realized. What am I doing? I need to find a path I actually literally flap myself cross the because I was actually got myself thinking about ending my life, because that miserable and so I slapped myself so I said stop this. Go out there. Look, there is a way go find a path so I went to a bookstore. And I started searching searching searching the book that jumped out at me I ended up. Taking home was called inner power secrets from Tibet in the orients. In. This book learned about the shock. Chocolates and Prada cheap energy, the power of focused breath and attention and meditation, and some real practices that I could out dive into and I did about six months later by into metaphysical store for the first time. They're seeing one of these places before, but my girlfriend's took me. Let me there and we walked in the door. I heard this sound that I'd never heard before, and they were playing a recording of the youtube. Monks from Tibet and this is a group of monks who do a overtone. And I didn't know what a mantra was yet, and they were at this really loud playing it really loud on the stereo system, though I walk into this wall of sound I asked. What is this? They said it's Tibetan monks and. I've been on so into this book. Power seekers to bet in the Orient. I'm like this is another one of those moments like Jimi Hendrix CEO Stereo. The lyrics I'm reading. I just knew I had to have this. And so I bought. This was in the late eighties, so still cassette tapes. and. Brought the tape home and started listening repeatedly. Meditating to it and trying to mimic their sound. I couldn't I thought they were singing. Really low with that's not it. It's a form of throat singing, and so this was percolating in many for years I still continued my pass the putting together musical projects, looking for that dream, band coalesce, and they can breaking up. We form these bands all this work into it, and for one reason or another personality differences or a goal differences you know the band's would break up and start over again, and finally in Nineteen, Ninety four, I had my final band. Called critical mass, which is kind of ironic in retrospect. Or quite a progressive. Musical Group and I love the music and I love the guys that I was playing with them, but still good close friends with all of them. and I knew I needed to make a change and I was my soul yearning for a more spiritual life and spiritually oriented life in a holistic more holistic lifestyle. Didn't thinking about the getting into healing arts, and I've been reading about things like Ricky and energy healing I knew I was good with my hands. I'd like to give them. This is two. Brothers, people in my family and Anyone who is close to? But my healing hands on. They loved it, so I was thinking about becoming a massage therapist had no plan and my day job at the time I was a manager of a burlesque club, a high dollar fancy. Big Flashy Burlesque Club in Denver Colorado. I'm there for five years at that point I realized. I needed to get out of there. So on annual vacation I took my girlfriend at the time camping in the beautiful mountains of Colorado, which is where I would always go whenever I had the a moment. You know to get away from the city and get away from all the men seven go up to the mountains. During this time my girlfriend were driving around South Card Colorado of all places. And see saw some boulders on top of the mountain ever. Climb on those, and I didn't really understand why she. Why those why? This place there was no trail going up there, but we went straight up this mountain and We got to the top, and it was almost with the words poured out of me because I had never imagined this would happen. We got the top. I wonder if there's any crystals around here at the moment, I said that I turned and I looked and this criminal was. Shining in the sunlight and I went and picked. At my life changed, I felt like I was being watched. At picked up. You know. Wow, and and so I held this for the rest of the day. And by the end of the day, there was so much energy coming off the crystal. I had to get out of my hands. I couldn't hold it. It's just overwhelming. Right fast forward a few more days than and were driving back the city, and I'm quoting my crystal driving back to Denver this getting depressed thinking about going back to this environment that I didn't WanNa. Be Anymore knowing I'd had to change. My Life I couldn't sing over and over to get out of there I can't do this anymore. For Work, the next morning at my boss was waiting outside the door with my final check in his hand, and he was letting me go because the afford to pay my salary anymore. He is actually slowly losing money and love having to sell the club and this was it. I was set free. Well. My Ban critical mass. We had a appointment to go into the studio. That very weak and record. Record a demo and one of the last analog studios that existed in Denver Colorado recorded on tape, and so we had a very small budget a record four songs over the course of five nights. We never got to do a final mix on it but music. I still love it. I love to listen to and I think it would stellar, but the band broke up two months later. Once again like all these other bands with all my hopes and dreams built into them. A difference of opinion and how what direction we take. Boom one of the key guys left and was really replaceable tried and I realized at that point. I've done I'm. So I gave up music. I gave up on music and I quit playing a put my base aside. I occasionally pick up my acoustic guitar. I wasn't my heart wasn't in it and I went to massage therapy school. Getting my Reiki training I got into every form of meditation. I could find I started A. Local, Creek Temple, which was my first exposure to mantra. Learn about mantras in the power of Sanskrit, language, the vibration all. Essence of Sanskrit feeling again. The chant certain mantras. And this led me to Begin holding meditation circles in my home I just one day I decided I I need to start holding their tation circles here in my living room and so I put out a call. Everyone I knew invite them over or guided meditation circle all the furniture out of my living room coach. She's down and instant. You know and. Interestingly people started to come, and they enjoyed their experience, and they're having almost paranormal experiences right away during these guided Meditations and so I was really intrigued with voice I'm still listening to the Tibetan monks might one tape of the guilty amongst and eventually during a guided meditation starting to. Own along own because I couldn't find a were English words to fully express what I was perceiving in feeling and as I did that, people told me afterwards that they could really feel my voice or energy triggered by my voice, moving through them around them. So this really caught my attention, and I was also hearing more texture frequencies in my voice. The night expected when I when I didn't. And when I was chanting, mantras had been experimenting with slowing down the pronunciation of the MANTRAS and hearing harmonic or additional notes, coming out of my voice sites slowed down these words, but this is how I dipped my toe in the water of the sound, healing and music eventually came back to me was old through healing and meditation and healing my life and Heart, and and reconnecting with my spiritual path, or finding my spiritual path. That's how. Music became the meditation over time and these became. Something that first started incorporating tonight one on one sessions doing massage and energy work now. I still do personal healing sessions. which include touch and sound? But mostly it's a group thing where a might be a small group in a small location or a concert, but my intention and the purpose of this music that's coming through me. Now is to help us remember our connection to this interactive universe and our connection to our source, our cosmic source connection to mother. Earth are connected to each other every aspect of life here in this route will shedding. A lot of questions I have right now. This not shared firstly. If you don't mind sharing, so there was a phase where you were desperate for change right? You wanted to change your in a band, but deep down from Seoul level You want her to change so much that you had suicidal thoughts as well. So what will you point? I was in my later twenty. Twenty seven years old, twenty eight years old around there twenty seven. Okay, so twenty twenty. Okay, let's say an s astrology that would be considered a Saturn return and a cycle. Reconsider you know. Why am I here and I was definitely that was in my face. Why am I here? What is my purpose here? And I didn't really have an answer. Okay, so you had these questions in your mind about why am I here? What is my purpose or on my supposed to do in this? Warning to change and I'm sure I've had experience as well I've had numerous people who speak to have this experience where this question comes to your mind, read like. Like suicidal tarts about you know ending life, or what is the point of all this, and then obviously you persisted, and you did so many other things, and you had this idea of you know bringing people to your home for guided meditation, and you took these steps right? So what kept you going? What kept you going on? Even though there was a lot of confusion, and all element is spiritual, suffering so to speak and ensure a lot of darkness as well what keeps you going in the midst of all this darkness, and an inner turmoil will turn the darkest times. There are still moments of that music delivered me to you know this ecstasy. Feeling, Trans Personal experience through music. Sound of music really kept me alive during that time gave me something to hope for and I want stay in that place. Of Connection came through there. Was a sense of purpose in that. You know living in a society that didn't acknowledge these things that right now. If I would pocono them, or I felt if I would spoke this been considered. You know stupid or Flighty, or are you know flaky? Yeah I mean especially of late I've been getting these sensations of extreme sadness and. Guess Angst and I've been thinking I've never had these feelings before in realizing that, maybe because there's an impact within me, I'm sort of sensing the feelings and emotions and thoughts of other people, because there is a lot of fear going on right, a lot of fear, and in worry about what's going to happen tomorrow and and uncertainty and so I did. Did a one hour, breath work session last night, and that completely changed my state. I mean what I do. Breath work. I usually do it for twenty five thirty minutes, but yesterday it was a one hour long session, and I could feel the purplish color in my third eye, and I could actually see the thousand pedal lords not not in its complete. technicolor multi dimensional aspect, but I could see an essence of it, and that was beautiful, and that reminded me of the truth which won Miss, so talk to his Bart Oneness and you say that in your music new performances in your sessions. You help people experienced at one. So what does that one? And how does sound and music has experienced that? It's an ancient practice that humans have been doing since the dawn of time since we executive and you know for everyone you know if we travel down our DNA trail through time you know at some point. Our ancestors were gathering ratifier, singing and chanting in experiencing this one, this expanded state of consciousness and the medicine people with US sound music to help heal our bodies connect with nature, deeper level, and make connection with the spirit realm and. Understood that everything that is in physical form in this universe is essentially vibration, and it's coated in creation myths from around the world where the God goddess or Det speaks chance or things, the world or the universe into existence, and even in the path that I was raised in the Bible reference. There says the beginning was the word. Said let there be light, but this is illustrating the down from pure consciousness or the void. Pure essence I am presence moved and created vibration in the universe took forum. In our culture in the West look at these things as metaphors or Something to accept purely on faith or just dismiss this fairy tales, but you know we've made advances recently finds a technology as our scientists were searching for the smallest particles of matter where they developed the means to see Adam finally they founded mostly nothing, but within this empty void are manifestations of electric magnetic energy candies. We measure them in frequency. How often these show up in time and space? And so one could say that these energies harmonize to form atoms, molecules, cells, bodies, planets, everything in between, and as we explored the the universe, we see all the heavenly bodies in a constant state of movement or vibration on a larger level, so the planets are spinning on their axes, and spinning around stars or star, spin, around black holes in the Senate, the galaxies in the galaxies moving through space at incredible rates speed. We can hardly understand as unions. So quite literally. Everything is vibrating at every level of existence, and this is to me, means that sound is the threshold quite where mind becomes matter thought becomes form, or scripturally, where the word becomes flesh, and this is a shaved my relationship with sound and music now because there is a potential within any vibration when used with this. attention intention to make a deeper connection that we can ride that sound wave to find a part of ourselves then is already and total communion with the universe. Beyond the personality in is an understanding beyond words beyond dogma behind face. You know it goes beyond all of that. It just is weird. Part of this that is already there and we can understand these things. Concessional will be back after a short word from US sponsor curable action tribe. Are you experiencing chronic pain of any kind whether it's back pain migraines. 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I have seen there can be shifts that occur in the physical body in the mental body, the emotional body in the energetic body, and in our relationship to the spiritual realm, and it's been an amazing blessing to bear witness to this. For many years now though that's how my relationship evolved from just wanting to inspire people with music as I was inspired. Maybe find a way to get to that place. They didn't have any words for to. Total connection and finding that one sound with under the right application can help us get there. Thanks a lot for shedding now on more to make this easier for some of our listeners to solve Arniston media for listeners are maybe in transit, or maybe at home, or maybe in different parts of the word is. We have people listening for more one fifty countries. Far Away from Canada and us for sure, but what's happening during one of your life, sound healing events, I know you knew you do different types of sound healing events, but as a spectator, or as an audience member, or as a person, particularly the event, listening to your sound, or it exactly is happening if you can give us an overview into his because I've seen numerous descriptions about what's happening there, they're immersed in ocean of sound, or does it sound curtain, or maybe they're getting tuned in the help with understand what's happening well, I think the most important aspect is the state of my heart. 'cause I feel. That's the most important instrument. Regardless of what physical instruments I might be playing which I I used all stick I. Don't do any electronic instruments are. Looping effects layer the sounds and. With the voice creating overtones. We can talk about that in a moment. But I think the state of my heart is what is being a transmitted through the sound waves and the music that I have discovered, or that comes to me, now comes from this place of connection, and so that is relayed. To the audience, or whoever is participating, it might be this one person or a whole hundreds. And outside opens up in me. It opens up another and everyone who was present, and so this creates a group energy field, a collective energy field that allows us all to Go deeper more rapidly than we can by ourselves. I feel that you know I play my music by myself. And it feels good feels great and I can go places that, but if there's at least one person to receive reflect, then everything is magnified exponentially, and so with each audience. It feels like a different energy signature, but. The audience participation despite actively listening and being intent to be present. Takes all to a new level so. I work with overtones or harm onyx with my voice, that's the essence of throat, singing or overtone, singing, and the overtones and harmonic start interchangeable the same thing. I can explain what they are This way if we pluck a a single string, let's say on a guitar. We hear the note reregister note recognize the note that the string is tuned to because there are certain number of vibrational waves, emanating from the string vibrates that wave pattern doubles unexcelled, and then multiplies on itself into infinity, Nen those multiple locations of the fundamental note are harmonic overtone certain like extra notes added onto it. And Win Throat, singing, overtone, singing, I am shaping the sound that comes from A. Vocal cords. Shaping the sound in mice, a goal instrument in my mouth, and my jaw lips, tongues, teeth, sinuses to amplify specific overtones or Monica, they are more audible to the human ear. We all have these tones in our voice. We just don't hear them. We haven't learned to refer. Got Outta here them and so with overtone singing throat singing. We amplify specific Wednesday create melodies on top of what the vocal chords are doing and sometimes multiple tones. I actually had my voice run through a spectrum analyzer last year. And they attract nine notes happening at once. Got It so I'm imagining that the way that you explained it. Which I love by the way, is that a person standing on the coastline on the beach and then does a huge wave, the sound waves coming towards him or her, but on that sound wave there are multiple over towards. That's their sort of riding that wave, and that sound we've of hits them and the expedience ecstasy right so. We'll, set? It up to the frequency that you're trying to create a two we here are you intentional with creating certain type of frequencies? Because I've heard that there are certain healing frequencies, right Sauvage, you and things like that, so is there. In that part? I'm very aware of the research going into like four, thirty two, and all that all right stents to me on a logical level. That being said my none of my instruments are tuned specifically to these frequencies. Okay, one of the main instruments I use our Monian, though it's not even in concert. Pitch the controversial for forty. Four forty two. It's not even there, but it's not four thirty. Two and I've come to the conclusion. At least in my case, it's the relationship between the tones that is. More important than beneath that is the state of my heart Anez. What's really being broadcast on the sound ways? you know there's a lot of you see like crystal bowls sets. Crystal singing bowls set set sold for one for every shocker up. Well I find this to be this particular phenomenon quite arbitrary because you know assuming that everyone's a base shock route for example. Is the note C in Western Concert you know, and so I'm thinking. My critical mine is thinking welded shockers exist before Western music was invented. I would think so. And how is it that everyone is the you know a four forty Steve. Note for your base, shocker and that being said who am I to say that if someone has a these bowls in the intend that each bowl will go through a specific chocolate for everyone that doesn't work it can. Because that might. That would either intention the the sound in energy that we project through sound is absolutely malleable. It can be for harm. It can be for good. and. I'm assuming that most sound practitioners go out and invest in bowls wanting to do good with wither. Practice with their music. And the first crystal bowl that I ever bought was tuned to the note d again, not not exactly two concert tuning in certainly not exactly two four thirty two thirds, or so fed federal frequencies but I play that for a room. Full of people and everyone would tell me afterwards. that. They felt in a different part of the body. So when people would ask me, what shockwave is at Bulwark with a my stock answer became. This is a magical bowl and I've programmed to go exactly where it's needed because I was my attention. That's so interesting because I'm finding that intention and attention is all that is, and if you use your intention or your imagination in that way, and it can penetrate, and it can go around the entire word and the universe, thanks for shedding and reminding us of the embargo of intention factor drive I. Hope you enjoy today's session so far as we make our way towards the end of this episode, remember this sound can heal there so many mysteries at lie in the invisible world, and there are so many waves of light bouncing on the. The walls around you that you can't even see there so many waves of sound around you that you cannot perceive, but luckily you do have years that can capture a spectrum of that sound, and when you're tuned into the right sound that melody that nort it can lead to spontaneous healing and awakening and manifestation, and that as we're learning, today is the key to discovering are true sales are true sovereign sales, because as someone once wisely said divine sound is the cause of all manifestation, the nor of the mystery of sound knows the. Of the whole universe, and with that being said, it is now time for our last round for today, which is the wisdom round after which we're going to continue our conversation and go a bit deeper and this extended conversation is one of the numerous bonuses available to members off the action tribe. Energia, circle community to learn more. Go to my seven. Jugaris darcom follower slash join. Join that's my sewing. 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Angels: Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Them With Corin Grillo

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Angels: Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Them With Corin Grillo

"Might have jeopardized episode three fifty five. The Senate Chuck Swirling for two Seasons Energy concision throughout the base of the spine to the crown of the head worth. Thousands of ancient wisdom has been can stop Mesh. I do too cycle. What are the functions of these energy centers and Cook these chuck help you unlike your destiny and find your advert purpose? Welcome to my center chocolate. And now your host a giant Kumar what action tribe Iggy your host and founder off my seven Jugaris Mice Jaquez dot com the place where you get to expedience obedience more healing awakening and abundance and introduce episode. We're going to explore the topic of angels which you are definitely going to enjoy joy but before that. Let's listen to our latest ideals reading interview by a listener named Donna who's from the UK and she writes after only recently discovering podcasts. On air condition from a friend none I could say resonated with me until I found Asia. Mice says his Love Peace Movement and passion. Russian were shedding and taking time to connect not only to our seven colors but our hearts and souls is words. Feel like home. Knowledge is just through life to the people he has on his this. Show the solar podcasts. I cannot think this being of light while for showing up in my timeline everything divine diming. There's a podcast for Aryan on Asia's get listening tribe now muster an amazing review action tribe if you want to If you want for your review to be radar as just like this they make sure you go to my seven. Chuck Rose Does darcom forwards next review mice chocolate dot com for review and argue shadowed as well. So let's bring on our guests for today Our guest today is is the author of the Angel Experiment and founder of the Angel Alchemy Academy a trained psychotherapist Angel Channel. Healer and teacher parents edgy and down. Due at style has helped thousands of people all over the word go from initial curious to injure power so depending on whether you're powered or curious you're gonNA I don't want to listen delivery and an extra tribe. Our guest today is Korean. Grillo grin welcome to our show. Oh I'm so thankful to be here. Thank you for having me on it a great and are you. Are you inspired worth. I am inspired everything. That's an awesome so back and really really looking forward to exploring this topic and excited about your new book launch bar. Let's start with this topic babs. So what or who are angels. Yeah well there is a lot of debate about that. Most people agree that angels Our messengers and that they help support humans in a variety of ways. Now what they look like. There's a lot of debate about that. We're they come brawlers a lot of debate about that but I can't say that they are actual beings practical that they can help you with practical things and I didn't know that before this didn't come from books. I learned from real life and learning how to work with them from got it got it. Yeah and what inspired you then to write your book the Angel Experiment. The angels inspired me to write the book. Look at actually. The angels have inspired me to take every step of my career From going from being just a licensed psychotherapist therapist into being really kind of elected. Angel Ambassador Angel Advocate so Harry. Everything that I'm doing now is so beyond anything. I thought it was possible for me or that I'd ever want to do because when I was first when I first encountered the angels and I really saw how real they they were they You know witnessed a miracle and I was like Whoa okay. You guys guys are real. But after that I to be honest I stayed into spiritual and the angel closet for a while. I had a little bit angel. Shame about it because I went from from that. You know all of a sudden. Believe it Yeah I'm curious hundred I discovered the presence Like will you win. What were you doing what was happening at that point? Well what what was happening in my life and I I mentioned this in the book but most of my life I struggle with deep depression. I had a pretty intense childhood and and it all caught up with me later later in life and earlier in life so so I was going through a pretty pretty intense time and a friend of mine bought me an angel healing angel reading and again. I'm a psychotherapist so for me I just like. Oh here's this thing on the side or psychic I I didn't really know what was about to happen But again I was deeply leader Preston going through a lot of time and I'll tell you I went into this Angel Angel Session being a little curious about them but I definitely came out being a little little more angel power to open to the notion of angels because the energy that I could feel in the rule was palpable. I could feel by brations moving up and down my body Bam the lady told me. Hey Talk to the angels. As if they're real and I said okay I will. And that's the that's what happened. I started and cool things. Amazing things started happening opening wonderful so so prior to that we use sensitive to energies. Well I don't think I do. Here's the thing I think. Most of US stone acknowledge that but they are energetic being. We don't want that but I think because of intense emotions that I was having in depression I essentially. I'm an impact in a had taken on a lot of the energy around me because my upbringing was highly toxic. I think I carried a lot of that. So that Angel Session. What it did was detox me from your worry from impurities night became more aligned with a creator stores? That could start hearing my intuition and I opened up my life to a whole miraculously healed of possibility and literal. Miracle got it and we're we will definitely go into that. I can't wait to learn about some of the stories that you're going to share with us us but before that you said that you were fears of depression and depression can be tough to be in right whether it's depression or anxiety or stress is it's a real challenge Or what have you the phone. Any connection between depression and These symptoms often oncoming spirituality. Yes at any connection between them. Well a lot out of people believe there. Is You know we talk about some people talk about the night. The dark night of the soul is being on an indicator of spiritual awakening. Now some of US survive are dark. Neither the soul to be frank and some of US don't actually gets it gets too dark Certain point you have to dig deep and find find something other than what what we can see to really dig into that. So what a beautiful question but yeah I would say the first thirty five years was was a dark neither right right. Yeah Yeah Yeah and I think that's a great Hugh admit that because a lot of times especially on social media media whether it's instagram or facebook people don't reveal that they went through stress or depression or they went to through a dark knight. And what I found really helps CBS music. When I'm going through a challenges to as you've alluded to in your book is to not these signs and synchronicity is right? In order to these numbers from time to time. Lebanon Lebanon for that matter and when that what happens I found that no matter how Dr Situation is is this gug blimp so this glitter of light that helps us restore sense of Oprah. Yes yeah absolutely lutely I. If you're paying attention and that I hadn't paid attention to those things for years or ever and it was really through the angel work that I might mind that was able to shift and I could see really for the first time how not alone I was and and I think that that's really important for all of us. Know that I I was not a religious person or someone who was walking fake pious or perfect. As a matter of fact I was drinking Bottle of Tequila every two days and take an uppers and and and antidepressants and I was not this like ooh elevated Vegan. Human women who used to be. Oh fasting WHO's finally opening up to to the spiritual experience and so that's my point is that's for everybody this. The angels will to work for you no matter what place in life you are got it got it. Thanks a lot for shedding. No when you talk about angels. Are you predominantly drawing from Christianity. The or are the other traditions that speak about angels as well because I noticed that there are certain terminology like Angel. Gabriel and Angel Raphael which. I'm guessing his Barclay from the Christian tradition. I just wanted to know like water some of the traditions that you've come across that also speak about angels or is it predominantly Christianity. Yeah I don't believe Lebed predominantly Christianity. As a matter of fact you know people make all these things these energies by different names specifically just talking to someone who who I was really intellect Hindu mythology and he was sending it. There's a parallel between Archangel Michael and this other deiter deity who fights who's like a warrior who who fights evil and things like that so you know across country and I forget what his name is but across cultures whether they're smaller indigenous cultures or The broader cultures they. Everyone mentioned that there's benevolent beings there to support humanity and it doesn't matter what part of the globe you're in someone's someone's talking about it so I use Christian names but they're not Christian or Hebrew so it comes from the Old Testament but Christians do not own these benevolent beings. And that's kind of what I like about. Angels is that they transcend religion And we'll we'll come to even the nonreligious and support you and not demand this this level of DACHSHUND guard got well. Thanks for clarifying that because You know especially in spirituality notice teams right across different traditions different different civilizations different places and I was always curious. Like what is the difference between an Archangel and an injury is like a seniority difference or experience. It's wiser yeah. We'll tell you how it was shown to me how Israel to me and it came through a vision so I was a resident. A rite aid parking lot drugstore. These things happened to me in the weirdest places like not not not your it happens in the ghetto. or it'll happen you know it's weird but you know I announced it and in this parking lot and I look at the sun and I see this dream of light coming. I'm from the Sun and I felt the presence of Archangel Michael and it was like this apparition is ray of light that began to kind of expand and down to the planet and open and as it opened. I saw a robe open up in all of these smaller beings fly out of. I believe I believe the archangels hold a certain frequency. And that there's there's beings that kind of compose than that are like like the workers that go out and hadn't done or something like that. So each and each archangel it's if you imagine a giant being with this robe and that when they open up the robe there's all the people means that work under his vibration that will go out and execute the divinity and stoke and what's in Arkhangelsk Archangel a fractional of God of spirit of source worse that have different frequencies there there's therefore there's different names but ultimately it's the same source got it got it and what comes to mind is Erim ramp was generated by Esther Hicks. Right and the Air Ram is not one entity multiple entities that she is a was Shannon. Wanted but yeah. This is pretty pretty interesting that you saw this vision of the Archangel and then multiple streaming out in you write about something similar also in your book right. Were you saw a bird. There was almost dying and then Multiple Birds Lie Away Gabrielle. In the case of the Archangel showing showing his holy order of angels it there was millions and millions of beings in in in the case of the bird. Yes I asked I asked the anxious to take them out of his suffering and the bird divided into three a healthy birds and flew away so that was only three but wasn't millions because I'd still be put nat going. Okay that's a little much threes about all I can handle when physical Ezekiel manifestation of that was only powerful physical manifestation. The other one. was you know it was happening in light frequencies on the the bird one was really okay and that was within days of me first encountering the angels so that was really an eye opener that inter real and when you enlist their support that they're you're capable of actual literal miracles and that someone like me little me gets to ask to help a bird and the bird will heal and by time story very apparently war of Yeah I. I like the idea that you've raised as an experiment rather than something that somebody has to believe in right Asu Sort of experiments we conduct. Here yeah I think that you know that the the experiment itself is really an experiment in your life. It's it's it's You know I invite people who are who are believers or even non believers or maybe not no worse but I know open to the no end that there might be helpful beings there to support thus and are in through a series of steps to twenty one day practice of twenty one day ritual of twenty-one invocation and twenty one day healing and and it stood making about ten or fifteen minutes a day but each day was kinda channels I e channels with the archangels and they invited. You know I would I would say hey. What what are we gonNA give to the people today and then they would kinda share Chevy invocation and walk me through the the activation and meditation surrounding Nat? And I just want to say a large part of this process is simply detoxing from all the the crust in the Kapil that we've collected in just this lifetime who cares about about past lifetimes yet I mean just. This lifetime is just like lettuce declutter. That and then we'll get to the past life so so yeah a lot of his detoxing and then the other part of it is helping you alliance in more beautiful frequencies that help you flow Give you more. I love abundance. You know things like that. God I get it So that's wonderful I. I love the word of declutter. Because that's what I'm working on at my own home as well and I find that the more I declared more minimal I become the more space and energy. Not that is for him You know my vision do manifest or just feel better oral In Your Book you've you've written and you encourage people to have maybe L. D. level of skepticism but not ruler the entire possibility of Americans take me And when it comes to angels I I did have maybe Houston have some reservations to a certain extent about them having feathery wings entering the Hilo Not Generally WanNA learn more right. Yeah I know that's why we're having this conversation. So misconceptions thank you pretend to have when it comes to Egypt's yeah. I think you know I'll just talk about the misconceptions. I had again when I think about angels I think about the same thing. It's like In some temporal pay some just painted wings wings and harps and singing. Now now I will say I have heard wires so I'm not going to discount that but I sure haven't seen sub arche to Michael Show up you know like Gimme Gimme a sandwich or whatever with a sword with his word. Play hard pray. I haven't I haven't seen that but some people actually do have those those Mitch's apparitions I see them as light And I feel them in presence and so we can activate our spits gifts and whatever our spiritual gifts are the strongest. It's like whether you're more of a feeler or see or just a nowhere in different ways but but done that. Yeah I you yeah. People can see him however they want even even even into clairvoyance We'll see angels come through in different ways. I try not to you know make rules is about this. It's like I'm trying to say hey. No Christians don't own the angels. Either you know when they're for everybody got it. Yep So it sounds interesting and I'm sure that had a lot of our listeners. Cures as to how do we go about connecting or seeing or feeling or maybe even receiving messages from our angels. How how does the process begin? That process begins first of all. This is the most important part with an invitation. An honest invitation from from you to the divine entity and then It's at at least in the book you know I walk you through the things to start noticing that things to pay attention. Yeah because people think You Know Archangel Michael's GonNa show up with a megaphone. Start talking in their ear and that's not how it works. It's can sometimes be more subtle than that so walking through the different ways they can make connection with you whether it's through. Synchronicity is a lots of synchronicity colgate. I'll just get that one out of the way but grew through Neat Your News. News News feeds or through sounds of the radio but first and foremost invited them in secondly there are more powerful ways to then start the communication going. And that's where the invocations and doing doing daily ritual Because so many of us are not doing You know what our brains are hard-wired to engage gaijin ritual. That's why cultures all over the world at rituals because we're designed for it. Yeah got it or maybe. The average was That are not healthy for us like I soon as they passed by the ice cream shop grabbed ice cream or we wonder will could be just coming almost wishing on Netflix lakes or Yudo as soon as that friend calls you go and have a a couple of beers. You're used to doing it that it's hard to realize that that is an issue in itself. That's your daily practice works for you. Great if it doesn't start to change it up right right right so I know for a fact and through my conversations with My listeners is that a lot of people are noticing These mystical signs. Whether it's on streets are whether it's at home or maybe eh even in their minds while meditating but just So that began nor does this at a higher level. What are some wisdom which angels? Those are guides. Tried to communicate with us. Okay well first and foremost the one thing that everybody should get out of their mind is the phrase that was just a coincidence As when we do that we shut down our magic completely. And so that's the one thing I'm GonNa stay so let's turn you feel like something is a synchronicity. You can usually feel all like wow this moment of. Wow well that's A. That's an interesting coincidence. So maybe it's not a coincidence. Maybe it's a message and so that's the important shift to make But again through music they can deliver a message to you just at the right time. When you're asking question you turn on the radio and then it's you know something about those on the radio or four or billboards? Sometimes billboards were messages of love for you right when you need it So you're in your social media feed a lot of disbursing. I see synchronous cities and residents with that so the key is again. There's no such thing as coincidence just kind of make that mind shift and then documents and this is important in part of the book is documenting. Those little cool things that have happened they can be subtle or big but the more we document the more retake a scientific approach to proving herself to weaving this kind of story of magic and really the back. We're not alone so we are not alone. Actually try by hope. You are able to know that and a lot of times especially if you're on the spiritual journey. The universe has a way of disconnecting you from things experiences and people because it wants to connect you with a new version of reality. That's more bigger for you and in that transition phase. It might seem like you're alone but the truth is like Current mentioned that you are never alone So secretive you said that these angels are trying to communicate with us through different channels and different mean. So why did he do this. Like words dear rule in on of this word they want to send to us. Yes well So here's the the thing we all have a and I after I witnessed the miracle and over the years I've learned about energy and how to work with Angel Angel started coming into my private practice as a psychotherapist so then I would have to honor the fact there's interest in the room. Talk to the person to say. Hey I I don't sound weird but Dr Angels or you know and then that's how it started but everybody I know has angels with them here. You like we all haven't so it's different than just archangels. archangels are just powerhouses. You can invoke to To to really support the process here but these personal angels usually will have like either I what I find is a protector to at least one protector girl. Who's I just kind of innocent shielding own you want that strength in front of you And then we often have angels that are here to just nurture US inches comfort us make make us feel like okay and so Why we have then is in a sense? Still a mystery to all of us that but I kind of stick with the the proof in the facts. The evidence is like well. It's happening so you while you guys are trying to busy trying to figure it out. I'm just working the magic. I'm just GonNa Start Angeline business you you guys. Are you figure it out extra. If you'd like to improve your health your immunity and your sense of happiness in two thousand twenty then you need to focus on your gut. Stress and poor nutrition can cause an imbalance in good gut functioning and gut bacteria which can lead to an unhealthy body. The good news is that you can help. which is a family owned? Business that produces full support supplements that contain highquality quality organic ingredients. 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D. dot com forward slash is city. I O N D R I B. Once again that's UEDA DOT com slash action ripe. Yeah absolutely I think it's better to just assume that this phenomenon is dee bliss and while it is might as well right if they worked at work so I just do whatever's work it's like that's what we do it not because of a belief system or blind faith that's just it just works. That's why we do it absolutely and so Thinking thinking about the spiritual realm you have archangels and then you have angels and then you have spirit guides right and then you have your ancestors also Looking after you. So what's the difference between an engine and a guide or do this sort of coalesce and are they one. Yeah I think of I think these beings as part part of our allies part of our other. I'll just part of our team and but there is a difference for sure because when you at least as intuitive and when I'm working with energy working with clients grants or when I'm teaching others how to work with people you up on a different feeling in the room it's a spirit guide or if it's an ancestor versus an angel so an Angel Hanadova a deep profound luminosity it's like You know those. Those light rings that people use. When you're doing video it's like that's what do you have one of those in? Yeah it's like it's bright setting when you close your eyes you can just feel or her needs like feels like oh like a light just came on that's usually like an effervescent tingle bumps angels and humans in stereotypes fuel little less dense or less vibrant then that but they feel positive and whenever they don't feel positive it's not a good step don't talk to them or start a good guy yeah okay so talk to us about the other side of doctors in the dark side. What are some things that people need to keep in mind when they're engaging in these activities? I think that people have to realize I think a lot of spiritual people kind of fall under the camp of of being afraid to acknowledge or admit that there might be dark entities. It's just like there's bright entities and I feel like this This this is a really important thing to not avoid into not And to protect you can't we can't and that that's a to me I liken it to You know never teaching your children about the dangers of strangers is coming up in a van trying to give you candy. You have to educate your kids when there's predators and so we have to be aware that there there are dark energies there and to have extreme discernment always not just with the people in your life but the kind of energy that you're willing to entertain so often these these In look I didn't believe even this before. Okay this is again recessions and sessions and seeing this happen in in my life and in also especially my clients worlds so the way the dark Quinn's often will come into our space is through our thoughts and start telling us bad things about ourselves mostly like you know all those doubtful like you're not worthy. You can never do anything bigger than what you're doing. That is often found at influence of entities. Oh Oh so you got to be careful of that right. And what can somebody do. Because this is a question that I see or hear a lot of times as Wart Gannon individual do you on a personal basis do Protect themselves energetically and their homes from these dock energies like ward routine or ritual. Or what can they are say. That can guard them off or seal them off from the negative influences or the evil forces sort of academia so this is part of the reason why I wrote the book because doing daily ritual and inviting in love inviting inviting in Loving beings helps insulate you and makes you resilient calling on God or source or spirit every day to come come into your life not just to protect you. That's a whole separate thing. I'm staying call into your life so that you can be happy and so you you energies like that so that you can serve and be of service and I find you know the the simple the simple way to become more. Resilient is to commit to leading a happy life saying yes to those positive positive. Inspirations inside of your heart and mind that want you to raise your life up and talking to God but those two things alone you know you don't have to have protection when when you're when you're really like exploring joy as a pathway not not Commitment not just commitment and discipline and responsibility but actual joy Roy Cutter I. I sort of forgot what the question was also engaged in in your in your conversation. Oh Oh yeah how do you. How do you protect against the dark forces right? Yeah Yeah Yeah yeah ask newly and you also mentioned because you write about routines and and and And and rituals in your book you write about prayer which you spoke about in united about invocation. What's the difference between prayer and invocation? Okay so prayer has a different energy altogether than England and we all are familiar. Mostly with prayer. Where you're you you as your human is is calling calling on divine beings to come and support your life or to your your even give credit to this being outside of yourself over there were as invocation is a ceremonial act? Act of it you also are inviting in being to come into your life. But you're also invoking being bringing that energy activating the divinity within you so that you were elevated so it's like you are owning your magic and you're seeing yourself as a part of the CO creation of your life as opposed to come rescue me right. I definitely do meese in prayer. I'm I'm the daily but I also get my ceremony on in ritual in spend time doing in vocation and so that's a really important part of our book is learning how to be a ceremony analyst. I get got it so could we say then. A Breyer's quest for I guess. Guard that diligence to step in for you worse invocation as you sort of channeling the energies yeah higher self so that you can get yourself okay. Well an invocation does both. It's it's more you're inviting a energy to make some change in your heart. Mind or body but are bringing in like consciously and and often Dan when people pray. It's very disconnected is very disconnected. You over there me over here. But it's like there's this there's this pattern there's just energy about it and and it became very clear to me Especially when I opened up I have on my facebook group called the seven day Miracle Challenge and when people are putting a bunch of prayers. Help me help me help me it. The frequency is just not invocation frequency. It's just like often rescue. You need and this really really sad like just you can tell how alone feel in invocation you open up your connection action to the divine so that you feel empowered not not so desperate you feel strengthened got it so it's more embarrassing more strengthening and as a way to do it properly. Yeah Yeah if you WANNA get ceremonial enough. There's nothing wrong with those kinds of prayers. But I noticed there's too many of those players in my group lowers the frequency. So I have to. I've got to filter out some of though sadly and we have as little special thread just repairs over here because everybody likes to board. And I'm telling you energetically it is a drag but invocation on the other hand. People are or like Oh like you know. They're light is waking up and they're starting to heal their horses. which is the real problem? Got It got it now. Obviously in your book you talk about art to different archangels and the specter rules that they play in achieving order it is desired as whether it's healing or are for more prosperity or so that's healing prosperity and where to turn on relationships love. Yeah so could you give an overview of the different types of archangels the different archangels. But I mean there's a lot of them but I'll I'll talk about like the main ones that people will sign a archangel. Michael I stay as step number one line. Always if you're curious about. Angels because Archangel Michael is the ultimate detox angel. Evil Detox you from fear based energy from entities from Just like a heavy heart depression anxiety especially anxiety too. So always start with Archangel Michael And in the twenty win days that we do a lot of different ones with Archangel Michael we like to sometimes use more than one to kinda mix the frequencies in. I'm so archangel. Michael Archangel Michael Archangel Michael. Then then there's a whole love order so people really WanNa call in Romance. You can call it the Romance Angels and the Let Order of angels we call. They're called the chair of them so they help birthright those little baby angels that like Shoot Darts at people shoot arrows though. So that is fun Archangel Area I would say is really good at helping people apple medifast abundance and attract Real world things over. And if you're going through physical conditions Archangel Raphael is really amazing yard. Who Action tribe a archangel? Michael is for cleansing. Then you have the sheriff him for love and Raw file was for like physical physical. Okay got it. Got It So Grin let's talk about You know there are two main topics that I think. All Philosophers and boards and thinkers of thought about since Damien Memorial right destiny and agency free will and something that's already been in our in our destiny nar charts wherever that might be because the truth is that a lot of fact. It doesn't which work without our conscious decision making process night the EU and if the defining now that most of our our physical body it's the gut right and the gut cells are more than the human cells so and a governed so much of our thinking and emotions and thoughts so so. What are your thoughts on destiny? Where's agency like how much of our life are really in control of and how much is written in our destiny so this is a tough question? But what are your thoughts on this. Yeah well let me just see what when I see when I really feel I'm seeing like a spiral in how we look at that spiral from the head on or from the side effects that we're going to have a certain when it comes to destiny. I mean I wanted what I want to stay instead of destiny as like estimates were frequency. No matter no matter what will matter how we're gonNA play our life. We're going to bring ourselves to it you you know as we'll bring a part of our lower sow sometimes we're going to bring a little bit of our higher frequency but were inner frequent stage. I feel like our free will is what drives wet. What level? We're GONNA play our destiny on right zone village like the the spiral goes up or down and you know you have a choice of how you're gonNA play. This threw threw it away now. This is something I'm just. I'm they're showing me right now. Essentially but free will help you advance get into the higher frequency. So when I was released like down and low and doing drugs I was still fulfilling my destiny. I was still knew bringing myself but I was experiencing myself in a in a in a different light parallel universe in a well in a way so to hack the system going away is right there we we can do it. But it takes these heart and mind shifts and a free will And and so there you have it from from today's perspective. You know how that goes. I could change Gino in minutes. But that's yup definitely and write a lot about intention in your book right the importance gardens of having a set intention and the role that it plays in the manifestation or whatever it is desire doctors about intention and wiser so bartered in place. Yeah intention is important because mostly it helps our minds. Focus on our and because we're powerful creators it's good to have a roadmap roadmap something I don't necessarily mention in book is that it's important to have a framework to know what you're wanting but a lot of people the way they set intentions. They're coming coming at it in a sense all wrong because you're not going deep enough. They're not actually asking the soul what they need. What do I really need? They're still coming at it from like okay. I need five hundred dollars to pay my rent. And and There's different kind of intention setting that we can do. That is so that's aligned with spirit and those are the ones things that tend to really manifest well owes to focusing on stuff you know focused on frequency on love on on those kinds of things but yeah we need to heart these. Our minds are wild beasts so the writing it down always helps our magic flow. Always we may not get exactly what we want. We might get better things. And that's what I've learned through working with angels is that my mind is too small to conceptualize the expansiveness that my life had actually really be like the life I have today is nothing I ever could have imagined on my own when you invite spirit and to kind of fill in the blanks for you. Hey I just WanNa feel free and I just want to feel happy and then you feel you let me know how it's GonNa get done. It's amazing what happens. It life becomes too just like whoa bigger than anything you could have written down with your small. Might GonNa. Yeah that makes sense. I think we can plan and analyze and you know foresee what might happen in the future. But that's just our limited minds thinking and looking at it from the grand scheme of things which is only available if we have some kind of spiritual apprenticeship or some mentor was sitting on the other side. Yes I'm kinda support exactly as you can convince skip. There's you know with those rungs with spiral. You can skip steps skip steps when you're working with acquaintance free frequencies and with light and with love and with creator of whatever you WANNA call it. Yeah so so talked about maybe a story that you you have or maybe something that you came across were someone was in a frame of mind and they had a plan which totally did not worker. I maybe Denard workup for whatever reason and then they connected with the angels or maybe they connected with the air spirit guides and then a new door opened up which was wisely sleet more abundant and more full of potential and work. The icy warned compared to what they are. Yeah well I can talk about how I shifted. My career are from just doing one on one in into this international playground that I'm playing in now and I was feeling some of the tension and I didn't understand in because I loved my career and I loved what I was doing but I could feel the smallness of It's almost like I was like bigger than this room that I was sitting in but I didn't know what it was. So I got the The guidance they spirits that you know my intuition was it's time to let go of his office and at the time why that would be good idea. 'cause it's funding my family like you know and it was close to Christmas time and all this stuff I like it. What are you talking about? Am I need this job here. And they They gave me the inspiration. I didn't thinking about it for a while. They gave me the inspiration of doing my first online experience and going more Internet reaching out internationally. So I did not have the capacity to see what was about to happen it. But it's incredible amount of faith and trust in my own intuition and in life itself itself to know that if I let go of that office would be okay and that's what I did. I let go the office Angela within months I I can't even tell you what being out of knuckle walking through desk. Yes but it was pure magic. Your magic what happened. All of a sudden they had their site they brought someone randomly calls me. I don't even know this person and says hey you need an office right next year house near your working with angels and I'm like your because I literally had a week to find a new office and it was just an incredible ride and it was. The office was Inner Church. Believe it or not it was crazy and it was for me and I started developing really came through to help develop these online angel practices and develop this intuitive healing training and within a matter of months I had quadrupled my income so I was. I was worried about it so anyway. This is the power of really listening to a spirit and and really letting yourself be supported but I think the trick creek that most people fall into is they don't trust that they're going to be okay or they don't trust life quite yet I know I didn't but that's where the angels helped me Goddard suggests that sense of assurance. Sure that you receive the decisions that you received an appearance to let sense of trust in your body. Yes but it's really scaring the beginning because you never know if you're just making it up or if it's true oh you have to take leaps of Lisa faith and do a lot of weird things along the way in your adult life. That really is vibrating. A few levels. Are you know that that it has joy that has a possibility has hoping and just magic right right right. Yo that that that definitely makes sense. I mean I've had numerous has gone recessions with listeners. Where a lot of our members and our community which scored action Dr Phil of Action? Diggers right you do go down the pot less trodden Jordan right like in your case you had a great career but then you took a detour or a different route so to speak. Sometimes what has to happen is that route seems to be longer uh-huh and then you are metaphorically the jungle and you see him lost and sometimes you question yourself right. What if I was on that box where everyone's going on that part and this lot of certain deal there? So what did you tell yourself in those moments. How did you sort of bring yourself back to a sense of I guess so today in a way that things would work for you? Well here's the thing I mean. I took a leap of faith but I also did it smartly so it was like I mean it was still a huge risk. I I just at least I let my husband know what was happening and that we're going to have to kind of batten down. The hatches change our budget for a little while because half of our income is disappearing. Yeah but I see. Here's the thing. I always knew that if it didn't work out like it's not like your job is ever going to go anywhere. I just have to open up my office again. Big Deal but but we you know it's like we can get our job the old job back if you want to find another job. J. O. B. IF YOU'RE NOT GONNA go away it's just but if we don't take these leaks eight and let ourselves fail. What's what it would have been okay? Had it failed to I would have been okay but we catastrophes right before we're about to take inspired action action and those demons. Those dragons will do nothing. They will stop at nothing to get you not to do that right we are. You know our Egos or whatever you WANNA call it. We have a high security system for safety and until we learn how to hack that system. We'll stay in the same place guard. Thanks for shedding and based on what you you have shared so far based on the stories based on the you know aspects or these terms that you shared with us from your life. Where does it one action? Step that you'd like to share with our listeners and accidents that they can take to to rock. Yep exactly well you know the theme is still you. We've been talking about the whole kind but I know there's a lot of different kind of spiritual folk out there. Were doing a lot of cool things. We're heading doing meditation. And there's just so many different wonderful ways to connect with consciousness but if you're not specifically connecting with these beings with with with Making a conscious connection action with your spiritual allies And that spirit team. Then please start doing that because again. I'M I I've meditated for ten years before my angel. The experience okay. I was still miserable. So so I'm saying please take you know. Add this adds something like this year practice. Just because it expedites your manifesting it gives you strength and courage where there is no courage. And it's so freaking fun when you let your whether it's ancestors or four guides or angels into your life Oh Yeah I think that's really powerful. Thanks a lot for sharing that I was recently having a conversation with a friend of mine who lost faith in the church in organized religion. And then when you are at that phase you sort of don't have anything to lean upon right especially if you're not spiritual ritual at least people who are spiritual I think about spirit guides and his team and you know maybe angels the ancestors so you have the sense of knowing that you're not alone in you have their way of receiving support from the other realm so if you're not dead already know that you're not alone and you have these practices that you can draw draw from so And by the way if you're enjoying the station so far they make sure that you hit the subscribe button on your iphone because they'll ensure that you do not miss out on episodes that become art with was again to save time. Make sure that you hit the subscribe button. Because otherwise you'll feel like you stopped releasing episodes but we have not and I hope you enjoyed the sessions so far and no it you have access to angels and you now know labored more about this mentorship at these supported did you can see from the other side. It spectacle whether or not you believe in angels at the moment dry to have an open mind in seeking spirit because the truth is that there is alert art and we don't know about. How do you was operates? where I do know is that we are beings of light and that there's something special within each one of us and oftentimes we forget the sacredness that is within us because of so many things that are happening around us so you know let these injuries beer minder off the guard potential within you because like Meister Eckhart once said the soul at its highest is found like guard but an angel gives a closer idea of him? That is all an angel is an idea of guard and with that. We're going to enter our last Ron for today. Which is the wisdom round four questions so that our listeners can take note Dick Action? So what is the best piece of advice that you've ever received. Let seeing the best piece of advice was to wash my hair every other day. Not Every day because I have curly haired. It gets really frizzy about that. The everything's going activate. We're going to go with the mundane advice and if you could turn back time and spend one hour with anyone who's living living or dead. What would it be? Yeah I feel like you know I have to go with Oprah you know as a as a woman of color and someone who's done amazing things against all odds and I'll you know drugs and all of the stuff that she was in I just would love to have a conversation with her daughter and does it one thing you do in the morning or in the evening before were you go to sleep. That has improved the quality of Your Life Aron again on both occasions. I I talked to. I talked to my angels May Talk to my spirit team and especially especially if I'm afraid of the day or something bad happened during the day. I asked him to take that fear away from me and take the event away for me so I'm in constant conversation without I need a lot of healthy stays. Yeah that's amazing that you are able to do doc and where does it one book that you'd like to recommend for our listeners. Today you know I have to say right now. I am reading I'm reading this book with a really cool guy. His name is Bruce Sika. Have you heard of him through TSA. I have hey so I'm reading his book you know he's a he's become a friend of mine and he it's like for me a perfect solution because it talks a lot about because he's a Christian mystic and I have So he talked a lot about the different Bible passages that that that is not saying that using your intuition as evil and it it 'cause I called evil at from people who know that you know we're talking about intuition and angels Joel's knits gotTa only Jesus if you're no so he. I love this book because he has a really interesting approach towards an emerging that you and I feel like there is a bridge. It's like all missed. All religious. Traditions have a mystical branch on maybe also with the so. He's bringing out some really great work. Nice Nice that's the he's GonNa podcast as well right at a really cool podcast. He's hip hop Yeah so our books came out around around the same week he are. You know so I thought well I got up. Because it's it's he talks about angels and demons and all the steps though but he does. Is it perhaps such a cool perspective. So wow that's wonderful. That's wonderful. Yeah I didn't know that that is come. It's a wonderful that it's more word it's like you don't know who you know. Who you know the specially when it comes to art gusting new media in general can be a small word with specially for spirituality? So thanks for sharing that Yara. It's been fun getting to meet people like you when you know making new friends. I I'm really inspired by by people. Like you are actually getting out there and taking inspired actually doing it or yeah. And also the fact that we had that conversation about Set the Raja before the scarlet around one one of his workshops. Or maybe if you're in the city would be great to meet you as well Yeah that'd be awesome. I'll let you know I plan on going pro. I'll be up up in Vancouver sometime my next year for sure. 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I'm just grateful for that people that I find to people like you and people that are following the work that I do all over the world hold each and every person I talked to when I get to speak about angels is a literal miracle to me to use Oracle and anybody. Who's listening like a Miracle Erkel to me was never possible before You know they have just really blessed me with a beautiful life and beautiful career. So I'm very grateful for that free and are we find you on. Yes you can go to my website. KARENIN GRILLO DOT COM C. O. R. N. G. R. I L. L. O. DOT COM. If if you're interested in doing our twenty one day Journey with the angels at the Angel Experiment You can find on my website or on Amazon. That's the name of the book and add on my website. You can find you know various other things going on there So make sure to check it out and and I'm on facebook so you can find on facebook to Krige Are you on instagram. Will I am. I am cool. 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Time Capsule Episode 70

Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule

18:45 min | 1 year ago

Time Capsule Episode 70

"Eighteen satellite and I've appeared on sanctuary and I'm playing on race the theory. Hey everyone I'm Ashleigh Stein. Also known as the voice of a so Qatada from Star Wars the Clone Wars Colin Cunningham. Also known as Major Davis she one STARGATE S. She WanNa should say I'm Robert For you go award winning author of Flash Forward Franklin Co writer of bad kids. Go to Hell Charles Vico co-creator tons of three will and you're listening to hot. This week I have more from San Diego. Comecon one of the fun things. I did at San Diego Comic Con was to cover the red carpet for bad kids. Go to hell. I've been following them since they were graphic novel. Also got a chance to see the movie. One of the people I spoke to on the red carpet for the film was one of the stars adjusted Nelson John. How are you telling me to talk? I was their very first interview when he was a graphic novel. Head you ready yet or just had the idea. I somebody fits me these guys. The graphic novel a publicist. I said Yeah I wanNA talk to him. And then we've been following each other and movie when they were casting. They said they said we want a good for your heart. They want to do. I said it has to be judge Nelson. Otherwise it's not gonna work so it's really cool. There's fine and they were like they kind of liked the process and I think on a certain level. Some of the more experienced people get a little bit risky. They take things for granted and they don't see their join the wondering it. Many of these guys love story. Berg haven't normally is not completed feature film. That's pretty cool. It is very mortgage the house although maybe they did now what does it. Feel like you've Kinda come full circle with your history. Not Really I in in the past time you get older so you know what you play is older. And it doesn't feel full circle because it's not really the same through even when it's apples and oranges are right. The didn't have any blood. No death no showing flashbacks of other people in school. What happened then and and the episode ended more light note. This is funny note pads. I wouldn't say it's like what about this These young actors at your. I'll tell you this by the time I got there. Because they've been working already before I got my guy shows up to work. They were all like each other very important that you don't have to play that you liked each other. We're GONNA hate you the matter that kind of respect for each other and really at each other's backs they worked hard. No and they seem to just like the company in the you know first time and you wonder. Sometimes if they're going to be captain bligh or two tenths or whatever knows good guy and he wrote over them a lot. Yeah they're great guys just you know. He's ten years old. He is a night he is. I don't know You know I've seen you a lot lately doing some great guest starring roles and some movies and I think you're doing some of your best words that my mom said to. Yeah I think you just are at a point where you you know the crack you can and you're always looking to improve. You know what you're doing you know the process. It's a tough thing because it's such a collaborative even against you enroll collaborative kind of job. It's like you can be. You can get your reaction to the food line that you say. I had this reaction they edited and I begin with this reaction. You all what. We hope that. It's not so different from what you intended. But part of the cool thing is you get to let them choose. Yeah no that's kind of exciting things at first you jumping out the parachute. Well you don't have to go to work. It's on right. It's the freefall Kinda cool. I guess that's why you do is just given choices there. You Go. Thanks so much I love meeting your kids. Go to hell is a great first effort from Matthew Spradlin. Barry Basil were Nick. I'll have more the cast and also interviews from New York and San Diego Comic Con on a Future sci-fi Talk. I have more with new alpha. Aaron Ray who is now. Can she be a lethal weapon as she uses her alpha ability to learn skills quickly? But there's a downside. She has a memory loss. I don't have like super strain or anything like that but because I can learn something so quickly Yeah they could train me in anything semi into the situation. And I'd be an expert at it so it's a pretty cool little toy to have around for the team. I mean this season's definitely ban Me acclimating to the team and then kind of getting to know me and trusting me and things like that because somebody that doesn't have any memory you know you don't know leaves the door open for. Where's she come from? 'cause I don't remember so this kind of it's an interesting thing to deal with for the team but Rosen finds a very fascinating and so we're trying to figure out how to recover her memory and things like that so Yeah next next. Season should be knock on wood Should be really good. And and they'll be able to expand the use of the character being great great to talk to her at San Diego Comic Con with my fellow. Reporters Alpha's airs at ten PM on Scifi on Mondays. Look for my warehouse. Thirteen and Alpha's podcasts special. Which has more with her? And the rest of the cast on my feet at I tunes or you can also listen at Scifi. Talk Dot Com and even subscribe to my podcast. While you're there there's no falling skies this week but Monday will have my falling skies special which features my roundtable interviews recorded at San Diego Comic Con and here are will patent. Who is captain? Weaver and Noah Wyle. Who is Tom Mace? I on the story line with will and daughter oil task. That was really cool to me. I thought the character just went up another level. She's really wonderful. I think she was a lot of fearing lacy placed apart. I really really like I said it on the casting listened to you and I did. It was important to me. Played part also commented on Tom's time aboard the Alien Ship. They know certain things are red. Herrings and certain things have great import. The things that happened onto the ship. Obviously introducing red is sympathetic character. Potentially the Alien. That tortured me. It was pretty significant. It has a lot to do with where the end of the season goes Those blacked-out memories play less also on summer. Tv is Teen Wolf on MTV and Holland Roden. Who is Lydia says that executive producer? Jeff Davis kept much himself about her character. Eighty relatives that the real. Yeah no injected and on purpose I am I guess to get the best unless left in the Hale House with Spain looking at ultimately heater hills grave. He loves to let us know because he has this saying well. I won't be surprised that happens. We know and so it's funny that we do we do take it as it comes. Essentially ultimately but But you know he gave me a little tidbits beginning his name just so you know how you know. I know you're not aware that there you are with the world's events exist but there is certainly very little might make crazy mental breakdown just going just get it at forty two minute doses yacht. We almost to the movie that we should three episodes at a time through always skipping different parts of this basically twelve hour movie that we we the six yup hate us up until I think we're in like November December week. Eastern focused does get tricky. It definitely does you know three sculpture working on and have a timeline. He he bit T- borgnine providers. Look for Teen Wolf on Mondays at MTV. I'll have a teen wolf special coming up on Scifi talk. Let's get back now to sci-fi talk time capsule episode. Seventy and spotlight has film director. Morgan spurlock came into prominence for his documentary. Supersize me this time. He has a film called COMIC CON FOR FANS. Hope which is coming out on. Dvd and it profiles a couple of attendees and the reasons for attending the calm. But I think what I what I love about. Dvd's especially about this DVD's we we got to interview so many great people for this film you know from you know of course. Standing Josh. Who made the film with? But you know. Kevin Smith Toro Grant Morrison Jerry Robinson. Created the joke or Felicia Day Nathan fillion and there were a lot of folks you know that we could put in the movie or the we had to edit down there interviews down to just like one or two sentences so to be able to expand on all of those interviews and all of those great stories that tell and told them the DVD. I think is probably the thing that I really love is that I think that that really speaks to me as a Fan. I think other people really dig it now. He was asked it while you were searching for the people to profile. Were you ever afraid like this? One particular guy would never propose to his girlfriend. Yeah well I mean those things can always happen. You know it's like You never know. And that's the what makes documentaries. You know both exciting and potentially nerve wracking is Is You don't know how it's GonNa end you know. You don't know what's going to happen so I think we were very fortunate that We we got a Guy James Darling who was able to you know and was able to man up and not be afraid of the challenge. That was in front of him. And you know he's proposing girlfriend in front of six thousand people You know the fact that You Know Holly Conrad was able to you know that she was actually able to win. The masquerade you know. It's like that was epic. Who who would have thought that she would be able to pull that offer You know I think that we just You when you when you cast a film like this you know it is a crap shoot and you know the one thing that we wanted to make sure we did. Is We want to make sure we. We found characters are characters that we are following that had real stakes. You know people that were really going there with a a a very distinct sense of purpose And you know we did. We got you know people who were really going there for some specific reason. You know how you know Eric and skip who are trying to break into the comic book business. Those are those are great stories But not knowing how it's GonNa work out is is part of the gamble but I think we were. We were really really fortunate with the cast and Morgan. This is Tony Tomato of talk as far as what you learn from those people and what they're trying to make their dreams come true and working hard at it. What did you come away with? After speaking to them and seeing their story. Yeah I mean I think for me when the one thing that I think comes away from when you watch comecon in general and you watch the film I think it really does. Kind of shatter whatever stereotype. You may have had granted. There are people there who probably do still live at home. We've probably dill student. Do still live with their parents. But I think that is not the majority of people who go to COMECON. I think it is filled with very passionate. People very passionate fans Who actually do have lives? And this is just a great place for them. Either to express their creativity or to celebrate things that they're passionate about You know I think I think it really does change your view of what Of what a what a convention like this is really all about he also describes how. Vip's make the proposal happen. Yeah people love to think that we somehow came in there and make happen which you know. We don't do when we I don't do when we make films you know we don't go in and try and Fultz with things. We have no idea how things are going to end You Know James Darling. New a friend of a friend who at one point worked on a Kevin Smith movie and somehow got in touch with that person who got him in touch with assistant. Who got him in touch with Kevin Smith's assistant and you know the guy did all his own legwork. I mean it was amazing to see what he was able to pull together and they both loved Kevin Smith so he knew he wanted to propose to his girlfriend at that panel. I mean it's it's amazing. People people pull up proposals in incredible ways. I was just talking to a guy on a phone Who He used to work at. Was it access Hollywood or or e or one of the. He works at some entertainment channel and he said. I love the marriage proposal because I love that he goes because I propose to my wife on a plane using a video that I got the stewardesses to play where he literally got all of these celebrities that he would be interviewing when he'd go out to do these. He got all the celebrities basically to talk about him so he created this video. Where all these letters were talking about him and how great. He wasn't what a great catchy was. And this is playing on the video screens on the airplane so literally. Everyone on the plane is watching his then. At the end he proposes to his wife on the plane. And so you know people do extraordinary things when they're in love and I think that that's what this is. Just another one of those great moments that is it's a great geeky moment of being in love and that's what that's for me. That's an incredible thing. Other people who tried to make a movie kamikaze. I mean I think it had zero to do with me. I had I gone to them by myself. They would have said absolutely not because I think I think they were already trepidation about me. Making a film you know. GonNa Make Fun of Am I just going to go in and make fun of people? Am I going to just you know you know? Pull a kind of triumph the insult comic dog and you know and literally just make fun of all the low hanging fruit and I think that really the only reason the movie got made was because we partnered with stand in just to make this kind of the old and the new guard of of victim. You know the the the keepers of the of the grail and I think that That I just got by myself. They wouldn't have done it. But because Stan Joss both gave this film kind of their seal of approval they believed in it you know. They believed in the story that I wanted to tell which is kind of getting to the heart of why people are so passionate about comic con I think that was the only reason that COMECON said yes. It must've been for you like planning a war in kind of coordinating everything shooting on the floor and also getting the celebrities that like the planning part is before you even start it. Yeah I mean it was massive. You know there was myself and my two producers Matthew Galkin and Jerry. Chill Nick like we we we. We got the know the book of. Here's everything that's going on at COMECON. So we knew here's the characters were following and everything else that's happening Here all the people that we know are coming in so you literally just start chasing as many things as you can and you have to be very strategic because we had we had fifteen full. Crews that were there shooting And at any given moment Like the film producer that was with that group could pick up a second camera so we were usually rolling anywhere between fifteen to twenty five cameras during during the day and then we would literally give everybody their marching orders. Shoot this panel talk to you. We want you to talk to this person. You know that. With the exception of the people who were following our main characters that were in the movie we were bouncing around all the time. Throughout the whole con- We had a crew of one hundred fifty people. It was the biggest I've ever had in my life. I mean and it was. It was literally like you were planning every morning and every night. Exactly where you're going to be shooting and some along the way you just miss things you know you miss an interview or you miss a moment where somebody was doing assigning or someone was talking and you have to let those things go because there's so much going on in that moment you just have to continue to stay focused like we miss that. But how do we not the next one and And it's a it's it's a lot you know. There's a lot to cover. There's one hundred fifty thousand people there over the four days and there's so many things happening you just you're never gonNA capture everything but I think what that does is a great job of showing the immensity of the con of how much there is going on and gives you just like a real slice of life of these of the people that go there the passion they have and why they're there amen to that you also addresses pirating and pirated copies of his documentary being available as a documentary filmmaker I am incredibly pro piracy because ultimately if somebody's going to download a documentary illegally and show it to anyone. God bless them for doing that. I think that documentaries have such a hard time already of finding on getting an audience and Listen you know. I want my films to make money. I want the distributors. Put them out to make money but at the same time. I WANT FANS. Have you'll have access to them so I'm not nearly as precious or or you know. Upset about you. Know people bootlegging things when we were making wearing the world's Osama bin Laden and this is a perfect example. We're making wearing the world's Osama bin Laden we're shooting in Saudi Arabia and a girl comes up to me on the street in the middle of Riyadh. Were shooting right in the middle of the capital. She comes up to me and she says she's little Saudi girl she goes. Are You Morgan? Spurlock she's twelve thirteen years old. I said yes and she goes. I just have to tell you that episode of thirty days where the Christian guy went to live with the Muslim family. One of the most important things I've ever seen. I shared it with so many people you throughout Saudi Arabia. Thank you for making that. That wasn't there legally. That was a complete bootleg that somebody took and and and shared with that whole country. So I mean I think there's something that that is. That is very valid about that. Especially if things aren't going to be able to be accessed you know what I want somebody to buy a DVD. Of course I would but if someone can't do I want them to not see my film. Absolutely Chuck Rose Naski from Ma is definitely one of the breakout stars of the documentary. Will we see more of him in the DVD? Yeah there's there's a little bit more chocolate on their You know there's There's more of all of all the characters that are in the film there's You know I I. Love Chuck Chuck is such a such and such a breakout star. And I I would love to do more with chuck like I. I would love to have chuck and I want to have his own TV series like like the whole story of Mile High. And the fact that he's keeping that place going you know and and his expanded he moved into a new facility. That's now sixty thousand square feet. I mean the guy is the guy is a machine and I think he's there's something really inspirational about about chuck because he is someone who will always find a way so always find a way to do it and he ended up selling the Red Raven last fall He said you know what he goes. Well I'm finally sell this thing. I think he ended up getting a hundred grand for it So the guys guide to Smart Cookie look for Comic Con Episode Four Offense Hope on DVD. It's neat look at Phantom till next time this is Tony to Lotto. Have a great weekend. I got stare and I'm the composer for the event. You're listening to Sifi Talk.

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How To Strengthen Your Intuition And Develop Your Psychic Abilities With Lesley Phillips

My Seven Chakras

1:45:12 hr | 6 months ago

How To Strengthen Your Intuition And Develop Your Psychic Abilities With Lesley Phillips

"Action tribe before we begin today's interview of go to quick announcement to make. I have begun hosting breath. Work introduction sessions for those of you who are new to practice and would like to feel for yourself for expedients. What it's like. Do the sessions with me online. Now these sessions are typically shorter than usual breath work awakening sessions that i do with our members which can be approximately ninety minutes long but these introduction sessions are about forty five minutes long during which i talked to you about the why behind. Breath work the science behind breath work us some guidelines and talk about the phone nations off a breath work practice some tips in terms of how you can get the best expedients from our time together and i give you a live demonstration off a few rounds off breath. Work nafta the station. You'll feel calm. You'll feel relaxed. You feel aligned and your chuck rose also feel balanced other workshop. That i'm doing tomorrow. Which is on november sixteenth at six. Pm pacific nine pm. Eastern is just fifty cents. That's right the investment for this workshop is just fifty cents. Because i wanted to make this affordable for people around the world so that we can meet on zoom live and partake in this beautiful ancient practice with some brainwave music in the background to relax you and breathe together heal together and feel happy together to save your spark for this workshop. Go to my seven. Chuck rose dot com forward slash breath. Work intro that's my seven is a word. My seven chuckers dot com forward slash breath. Work intro. I'll see you then. The senate chuck swirling for six energy position throughout the base of the spine to the crown of the head for thousands of agents can stop measure to cycle. What are the functions of these energy centers and cook. These chuck help view. Unlike your destiny and find your true purpose. Welcome to my senator chuck and now your host jay kumar welcome action tribe iggy here host and founder of my seven jeopardize. My seven jeopardized dot com. Sure where we help you. Calm your mind relax. You know system and expediency. Deep states of bliss. Today's episode we're gonna talk about some really powerful and interesting topics including your intuition sensory abilities. Hard work with your chuck us and how to have out of body experiences as well and also about your multidimensional nature so if you like to explore these topics and more at your home or whether you're in your guard and make sure that you hit the subscribe button especially if you're on your iphone because what this does is it magically puts our partners in front of people that would never have come across our show so if you'd like to support issue feel the energy right now then make sure you hit subscribe and let us begin Today's guest is a beat guest. Dr leslie phillips. Who is the author of intuition and jugglers book. That has you work with energy to safely. Open up your unique profile of psychic abilities now. She is a phd scientists who became a psychic and is now on a mission to make the extraordinary and the super natural natural. Her passion is to empower others to follow their guidance to this end she founded the school of infusion and online psychic development school. Leslie hosts an award-winning radio. Show and podcast called unlocking your truth no in case. You didn't know leslie was one of my first guests guests number eleven. When i started my part guys back in two thousand and fifteen so she was one of the first people who supported me. And that's why it is amazing that we are connecting today once again. So hi leslie doing hi. Ha i'm doing really well. And i'm it's fantastic to be back on your show. I'm really looking forward to it vaudeville. So we always us show with some inspiration. So what does that Court that you have in your mind today and how do you apply that code in your life as well. Okay well you put me on the spot but the first one that popped into my mind was. I'm reading a series of books that i read probably for two years ago and that channel books by a lady jane roberts thinks she died in the nineteen eighties but they are Series of books where she's channeling an entity. Cool seth and a lot of amazing wisdom in those channel messages and the reason i was really into those books was because my initial forray into my intuition was through my dreams. I'm so each right is talking a lot about the nature of consciousness and the nature dreaming and how we create our reality and he had a method in that book for becoming conscious while you were in your dream so that you could have a lucid dream so that you could have a conscious astral travelling experience and it really worked for me at the time and it was you know you got to be aware. Ask yourself aware that you would dreaming somehow but as soon as you dip that you said illusions be gone. And that's the quote illusion be gone. And what would happen is that the projected dream reality would dissolve. And you would find yourself. Astral projecting you know hovering above the bad kind of thing over here. I am so. That's the quote that jumped into my mind but beyond the context that it was mentioned when i read it. Illusions be gone because developing your intuition. His old about dissolving your illusions because we all live in projected reality of our own making And so if we are holding beliefs in us in our energy field that are not supporting us that a coup using us to look at our reality in cetin way like nothing ever works for me could be a belief that's an illusion. It's not a truth. It's only part of your reality because be believing it. Omay be a life experiences of tool tres. I don't know people don't like me. Then we believe that and it becomes hardwired into our reality so illusions be gone full releasing ole illusions that might be affecting any of us in our lives that are causing us to create a reality. That doesn't service interesting. So i guess that is the theme for today. Illusions began Exercise think about war. Does that mean that you might be living right now that you don't even know that it is an illusion. Sometimes words have power but when you see illusions begun hopefully you awake to your true reality and with that being said Let's talk about your childhood. What was your childhood like and ready to grab my childhood. I grew up in two different countries. England and australia actually so i was born in england in a place that bali. Anyone is head of unless you come from england. it's called the world and it is. The closest city is liverpool and everyone knows live because that's why the beatles came from. I live the other side of the river. Mersey to basil's from so. I lived there until i was four years old and then my family moved to australia though. I lived for about five four five years in australia in In news in new south wales. So nia brisbane. The blue mountains that kind of area and then we moved back to england cottage so i was an international little girl. Did you go back to the simplest in england or did you move. Yeah we did. The will. So then i spent the rest of my childhood growing up on the world is what we say. And it's it's a lovely area at the peninsula. It's a peninsula of land so it's surrounded by water on three sides and the energy cheetahs very very gentle. I m my parents still live there right. They the village they live in is ten thousand use of they have excavated evidence of people living there ten thousand years ago so that's kind of amazing it's an ancient place meaning land is anyway and the world's surrounded on three sides by water is a river on the side an it's just such a gentle energy a soft energy different energy to living where i live now which is near where you live and British columbia canada which Yeah yeah it's as. I a higher energy. Vip or a faster energy five in in some ways got it got it and so ward sorta influence to your parents have on you growing up. My father was very focused on the intellect is very important to be intelligence and he was very proud to have a clever little girl. You did well at school so there was a push to do well academically from my dad and from my mom to look your best in some senses that was an element of perfectionism from both parents And that influence is in a way. What put me on track for an academic career at the first part of my life caught it. And so you have. You'll be position for on academic career. Did you have in the midst of all of that and he speech spiritual or mystical experiences when you were you bet and all such as mentioned even though my dad was very focused on the intellect he also had spiritual experiences when he was about four thirteen or fourteen years old. He was run over by a bus and he was very close to death so he had out of body experiences that he shared with me places. He went when he was in an accident. Which i was always fascinated by and he was able to consciously astronaut project as a kid as a result of that accident so that fascinated me And so. I always used to try to do that. Be like my dad. But i guess my my main spiritual experiences i remember. It sounds strange. I remember doing a a painting. And i probably was around the age of eleven and there was something about drawing. I did the felt very spiritual. And i had this realization that my life purpose was connected with this delivery spiritual information but at that point my programming laws. That would mean that you would be anonymous something like that. Which would mean you would have to give up a lot of things that you might otherwise expect to have in your life. You would have to be celebrate. You would have to have no money you would. And so it frightened me. And i remember in that moment going up. No i can't do that then because i have this. Quick of perception of what it meant to live a spiritual life. That didn't quite work for me. Right sway addressing to nord. How our upbringing in our mindset and our sense of responsibility in a particular field. Artem italy drives our decision making when it comes to ashti taking action towards that adia right. 'cause i remember when i was a kid at a certain point i wanted to be an animation specialist. You know somebody who makes city animation. And i used to watch these short films that are used to download be. We have to be network so people used applaud from all over the world and you can just download stuff and back in the day. It was kind of illegal but nobody really care so we used to download the steady films. And i used to want to be. It's eighty animated and so some down the line. My parents took me to the school. And maybe there was a counselor there and what she told him it was. It's not really possible. I the dream of being a three d designer or a animation artist. is not really very realistic bakers. Think about it. What are the chances that you liked to get to work. In hollywood and i think somewhere down the line that instill a sense of limitation for me because of which i pursued something else and i started sound similar that you had this vision of spiritual person would be are not be But then adapt time warded you become then or was the alternate route. I wanted to be a doctor or lawyer. Airline pilot and the funny thing is when i finally had a career. My career was in the pharmaceutical industry. I as a scientists discovering medicines and then as business develop as a business developer negotiating contracts and. I was flying all over the world to do it. So i ended up with those three threads woven together in the initial career. I had i kinda got all of them. you know. Negotiating deals flying around the world and being focused on healthcare and medicine sharp. Read you become a environmental microbiologist or made you go then everything that i studied in school i loved by all the gene. I'm really i think about it now. I love life. you know. Just the aliveness of everything on this planet in this world from when i was a small girl. I remember when i lived in australia. They they told his botany. They called it botany. I loved learning about all the different animals and then later on back in england was my favorite and so i just loved biology and i also when i was in my teens got a summer job doing microbiology in meat factory. So before i even went to university i knew the microbiological techniques and and so it just was this natural flow and then my first degree was applied biology but i specialized in microbiology. And i it was a a degree with put you on a placement industry. And originally i hadn't meant to do a phd. But when i was on that placement. And i was. I guess i was quite ambitious. They said well to get anywhere. These days. In the pharmaceutical industry or the agrochemical or any of these industries you need a phd. So i said oh one while i go into a phd even that way and then when you got the phd. There's a natural You know you're going to get a job in what you'll phd is in semi. Pitchy was in drugs from bugs. That's a link to that many of the antibiotics that we use it medicine. Authorized from micro organisms. The very first antibiotic penicillin was from a fungus discovered by alexander fleming. I was an expert in discovering novel. Antibiotics from soil bacteria. So i used to travel to bio diverse places on the planet to ice to take samples that i could then in the laboratory grow bugs and test to see if they made drugs. I think that is one of the most popular subjects adopt these days. Right i mean obviously you have the pharma industry or research being done about the universe inside of us about the flora in our guard. Yeah all the different diversity of bacteria a lot of them more numerous than the number of human cells. Doing stuff from been you digest. Food had been you improve your mood helping you. Process mental faculties extremely different functions. That we don't even know about and then there's good bacteria and bad bacteria but in an attempt to kill the bad bacteria. sometimes we kill the good back as well so what was happening in your life at that point you were doing. This job. doctor was about your sense. Of purpose. And your sense of fulfillment i will but also just common continue to be a scientist. That's exactly the field that i want to be involved in what you were just talking about human like your by I think it's absolutely fascinating. So if i'd been on another track out that i think that that's where i would you know a scientists. That's not so exciting. It's very exciting of. Yeah during the one meal a day diet today by the way so very cool okay. So the question was when i was doing that job. Where was my mindset. I think that was the question was what was your what your life like in terms of your purpose. And your sense of alignment with you know the stuff that you're here to do. On earth your sense of fulfillment. I guess the more i was embedded. In the normal workforce probably less and less fulfillment are chelation. Just first off. It was very high stress environment. And i would say when i was doing business development extremely high stress. Because you are. You're doing deals a multimillion dollar deal. So there's a lot of pressure on you to make it happen. Also that this whole smoke and mirrors game that people often during negotiations where you are not you know. Don't tell them this. Tell them this. Make them think this. Don't make them think that. And so i would always have my seniors that be a a plan of of what how you wanted them to perceive talking about. It shouldn't speak on. That would be a deliberate illusion spreading. Which i was very uncomfortable with an i would rather sit down across the negotiating type inside with both heya way obviously of both interested in doing this. Let's kick around how we can do it. But instead it's this game source of -plicitly in hidden agendas and hidden agendas on the other side on just i think my sensitivity level was Picking up on all of that. It just really really stressful and then try. Travelling around. the world. Sounds glamorous amazing. And i got to visit a lot of places but really i was saying the inside of hotel rooms mostly and my time zone would be changing all the time. And so you'd be you'd leave this time zone. Go to another time zone. Have to get up at six. Am that a time which is really three m you'll go into so It was stressful and does also a high level of what you might call office politics in competition with him. What place so all of those things for me made it stressful and uncomfortable and bearing in mind at the same time. I was doing that work. I was developing my psychic abilities. And so it it just. The environment was duplicitous. I would say he'll as this presentation on the surface of of reality and then bez underneath another reality so it just we are having that theme on relations be gone. Yeah well that's true in a from the outside. Sometimes a person's life might seem amazing. But then what you're going through. Were you were literally living in different time zones. You're eating ford's in from multiple seasons together because that also affects you get right and then obviously the whole Art of negotiation. So to speak. And i've done in india. So i know that there are sony different techniques and anchoring and what you see and when you say it and price points and your body language and for the most part these are good skills to learn what i think when you do it again and again. It sort of takes a toll on you. Especially if you're an impact because you're sensing all the different emotions and tarts and and And feelings that people are projecting consciously or unconsciously and. I'm sure that that might be crazy soup to be in. It's no wonder that you are sort of working on your own psychic abilities as well. Yeah sugar good. I'll just say. I did very well in my career and all of those things that were programmed to believe that we should create in our lives. Who while paid job senior position and all of that. But i think a common and story for people is when they get all that they look around and they say well. I still not completely happy. I'm still not completely fulfilled right. Yeah it's very important point to bring out. I mean it's really important to climb the ladder but you need to ensure that ladders on the on the wall that you really wanna claim and not just climbing But what i wanted to ask you. How did you get into the word of healing. Where was that seed planted. Maybe where were you and what were you doing. I was still living in england I would say. I always had a liar. Wetness of energy inhaling. I mean i can. I can remember four years old car breaking down a me sitting in the back of the cost saying to my dad that i was gonna fix it by my intentions but I would say when i first formally came out as out. Doing healing work was my. I'm trying to remember how old i was still in england and i was fascinated by dreams as i've mentioned so even though i had this powerful intellect and my waking life was intellectually dominant. I had this parallel thing going on in my dream life. I kept a dream diary. I trained myself to lucid dream. I've trained myself to record my dreams. While i was sleeping and so i had all of that going on and it was fascinating to me so i joined a dream analysis group so a group of peers. We used to meet once a week and used to everyone. Bring the dream and dream and we'd land together about dreams armed. Those people were into this stuff. And they told me about a school in england where you could go and train to be a hilo and you could train to be a client so i took some classes in school And mainly inhaling actually for about a year. I took classes inhaling knots what the johnny is halo on psychic formerly began. Although i would say that my psyche was already. I'm putting up that. Because of the intensity of in those dream experiences i had premonitions events premonitions of my own life experiences of myself in past lifetimes of the people. I knew impalas lifetimes spiritual guidance coming through in my dreams so it was all bubbling up within me before. I even did a formal stack in training extra these days. There's a lot of discussion around. Cbd oils and how these oils can be used to naturally treat being use inflammation and alleviate anxiety. I wanna talk to you about one company card son soil from the mountains of remark which is doing some great work in this space is. You've been wanting to try these. 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I had a dream where i was in a building and i think i was running away from some people And was going up the stairs and jumping from one part of the building to the other. And i saw these beautiful dogs. I'm just reading my notes. But i saw these beautiful dogs that There were coming towards me. bobby's and so it was a nightmare and it wasn't as of these people are coming to attack me like they were some girls but it was rape it playful And and at the same time. I wouldn't say i was lucid. I wouldn't say that i had. I knew that i was dreaming that i was in a dream but my attempt is is to be lucid but back to my question why do you feel that. People have a hard time remembering their dreams. Why do you feel. It's all foggy. And i i. I kind of remember something. But i don't quite remember what you talk sometime while you are in different framework of reality when you're dreaming in your waking life you are in physical reality you are governed by the laws of physical reality which include time and space and all of these things about physical matter you know that some solid objects dot com walk through. A wall apologised fly from building to building. Like you were doing so when when you're dreaming you are no longer limited by time and space. So that's the first thing so if there's no time in this no space then there's unlimited experience there's a broader platform for your experience than physical reality. That means you couldn't contain everything that happens to you in your dream life in your experience with a new physical life because the physical life it is. It's finite dimensions. There's a limit to how much energy and information you can even bring into the body whereas in the drain states in the state it's infinite timeless. No snow space and so so that's number. One number two is so that we think that this is the reality. This is the real reality. The reality i'm sitting in right here right now. It's a fraction of the true reality. That's available to you as the eternal multi-dimensional spiritual being that you are. When you're in your dreaming state you'll more in touch with and probably closer to the real experience of who you are in that expanded state so you aw. In the dream state more in the multidimensional experience and there are things that happen that that could not make any sense to you. If you brought them into your physical body it would just. You couldn't put it into a linear fool because it's not the same framework of reality star. That's this intersection. Between what's going on in your dream experience in your physical experience where maybe you. That's something that you're trying out in the dream experience to help you with the physical experience solving a problem trying out a few different reality shows that Needing some information that you can access from your launch being so then in those cases you may pull that information through your out. Support memory into this Physical level of your being. But you certainly don't bring all of it in an noreen you meant to because it wouldn't be relevant. Yeah that's way interesting. And then so would you say that a dream because there are so many different theories on this. Would you say that under the dream has just as interacting with our subconscious mind and interacting with various aspects of our subconscious. Mind animals and imaginative people and the things and the mardi skip that we expense our in dreams. Are we having an body experience in a different realm are are we. There are three options are experiencing a different lifetime in a different dimension. That is still taking place where we just shift from consciousness together say all of the above and in our human minds we tried to compartmentalize and have a single answer to in order to understand it. But i would say all of the above that in your dream state often it's your reality projection. You are traveling within your own in a psychological landscape. But here's the things you're doing in your waking life. It just doesn't seem like you all but you actually are so so supposedly yet. It's your own projections. It's your own in a psychological projections is but if you think about that description i gave of. You'll true in a landscape is vast your true in landscape touches past lives and future lives. Maybe it even touches lifetimes on another planet and all and everything that goes on in a non physical form as well so you can be visiting those pockets of experience within the wider landscape of your being like appalls life so you can be doing that as well. And i forget the third one. The east said What i was alluding to was the concept of alternate reality. The idea that we might be living Somewhat similar lives in different dimensions based on certain aspects that we took for example. Somebody takes an action to marry somebody. This is one reality. Somebody last minute decides to not marry that person. This is another reality of them in different lives with different people. Do you know what i mean. So it's like same person. Different realities is absolutely. And i believe that you can also visit those alternative cells within your dreams and i you know i mean again from our human perspective. We think in a linear form. Because we're in time and space and this this moment that leads to this moment the least of this at least in this were actually recreating ourselves refraction of second and because of our belief system. We do it in a linear form. That makes sense. Really what you're talking about is and this is what happens when people jump timelines that just jumping to an alternate version of themselves. We're ashley doing it all the time. But we're doing it in a in a way that makes sense to us so Every possible combination of reality exists and we're traveling through those different combinations of reality and to us seems like we're living a lifetime that's linnea when you say jumping dime lines what you mean by that. So let's say your life is on a particular track and you designed to create. Something different are many many different techniques out there for manifesting doing that but but basically you're shifting your time line so you could We were talking about this idea. What we we were saying. I was i was a scientists and if i continued being a scientist. Ib human micro. Well that's what you mean. You're jumping diamonds. Well does another version of me nuts. An extreme thing like could i jumped right now from this version to that version. Be very difficult right. Because that's kind of what i mean but we do it all the time in little ways right. I kind of see what you mean there. So that every decision that you dig creates an ordinary timeline. It's sort of dividing in dividing just like cells. Divide inside party. And that's being guarded somewhere but you and that you've had a direct experience which are dreams and marble occasions you've had stuff or you experienced stuff that you guys quite explain or fathom so what has been your craziest experience so far have crazy experienced retaining because all day working with people in personal reality. I think i could take any typical day. That all i have as a spiritual teacher and somebody who's working with people on Helping them change their lives and deal with their experiences and a lot of people would go. Well that's way out. I mean anything from somebody coming in saying. I think of being abducted by aliens. Look at that and go as she was. Now let me help you with that Twos about your dream. Craziest dream an experience that you recall anything. That's something that they're off your mind. Well there are. I mean. I wrote in crazy dream experience. It's the reason. I ended up in vancouver in canada was because of the dream i had upstream y i was climbing a mountain and that was a disembodied guide. Telling me every step to take on this mountain so the dream was at. It was fairly lucid. As in was literally like i was climbing a mountain. His the sheep You know the nice gross you know a few treacherous parts where you trip you have to climb and be a bit careful to get the Your journey to the of the mountain and then we got to the top of the mountain and the there was this failing in the dream they errors so clear Fresh so pule hot feels lovely amend. The guide said jump job. So i trusted the guide to get to the top of the mountain and so Okay and i jumped from the top of this mountain on. It was like doing a parachute jump like i was in the air like and i didn't. I was like this danger in that jumping off the top of mountain but what happened was halfway down. Somehow there was a parachute in the belt of my jeans and the parachute opened and then only failed down and where i landed was. I was in the middle of this bag. And i was floating in the water and i was looking around at the landscape and anyway said that was the dream then somebody. I knew from the job that i was in at the time in england said that somebody i he'd moved to vancouver and he knew he was a ceo of a company in the was another ceo. We've made acquaintance with who was looking for business development person. I think you'd be good for this. I went. They flew me out for an interview and i stayed in vancouver and i spent a little bit of time looking around at location that i landed in my dream was english. Bay right in the middle of english. Pay looking at the exact Landscape that you see from being in the middle of english by and so i recognize didn't set okay. Well i gotta go. Yeah i think Water de something for human beings That we can't quite explain. It's incredibly healing. And somewhere former reminds us of where life began because all life began in water. And so every time. Somebody's on the beach or the ocean. Feel a sense of release a no wonder real estate rates on the beach are the highest because i want to live on the beach and in you know for me my spiritual experience was when i went to vancouver island in victoria and We were on this big esperanza bay north. You've seen that but it's a beautiful On victoria and i went there and it has of time just Hearted and i was able to see the water glistening and on the other side could see olympus mountains the snow peaks and the bubbles will just perfect because i was barefoot but at the same time it was not hurting me it was just one and i think was thirty minutes. I just passed in that moment like eternity and it reminded me that My purpose at some point you know is in victoria island and so i'm gonna do some work there. Maybe maybe like a retreat or maybe healing session. But i do find Vancouver island incredibly spiritual and healing in the water moments wonderful. You know way you're just you in nature Illness my thoughts. But just that sense of oneness there's a treasured moments on. Yep absolutely like you've alluded to start the job. It's not the guards. Not the house is just a magical moment that we get to expect from time to time and allows us to understand how big we are how magnificent we are as beings of light. Yeah you're right and you know. There's something i wrote about in my book which you've just reminded me off and i tell a little bit about my story in the book but i mean i guess just enough that people probably want to know about the the writer but i was a moment in my life where i was in that busy job some weeks. I've been traveling three weeks of a month. And i always at and i sat on my front step and there was a flower and there was a be on the flour and i i sat and i watched the bay and i said i can't remember the last time did a flower I can't remember it. Was it just that be enough lower. was was like a treasured moment. It kind of work may up to realize. Hang on a minute. That's more to life. Here is beautiful. This be in this flower. This is what life's about enjoying these kinds of moments. Yeah that's way true. Yesterday i went Watching the sunrise with a friend of mine and we are into queen elizabeth. You know queen. Elizabeth quinonez with bark. But we want. We saw the mountain and on the way down. She said that sometimes she spends like hours just taking florida's of bees so synchronous and so and we discussed like visa are The is life right. If you don't have we don't have life. And we do see as a bug are an insect that actually the giver of life or the promoter and support a of life. So i mean we're talking about all the good stuff here. We dog aboard magical moment. You're talking nature and seven deputy but talked about the purpose of having these negative dark traumatic experiences especially when it comes to relationships are when it comes to money health. What purpose to these have in our life so It's contrast isn't it. So so on earth when we were talking about when you when you not in the physical reality that there is a oneness there when you're in physical reality as geology that opposites negative positive and so enough physical life when making choices. It's coming up with a result where either liking the result not liking the result. That informs us on another choice. We might make an so. We go through this sort of branching experience a physical reality as we experience the results of our actions and decide if we do prefer so we learned through contrast here in the physical world. We're learning how to balance contracts because ultimately if we go too far in one direction or another. We seek to redress the balance you know. What's you know. I'm in pain. I need to heal unexhausted. I need to sleep. I'm hungry i need to eat. It's so in one sense in one sense. It's it's it's about. They are giving his information. That are helping us choose a preferred reality over the one we just created. Sometimes i will say about for example. If i'm a spiritual teacher and i help people heal and i've never experienced pain. How can i really understand an impotence. And so i think you know it's part of the human experience and even someone who might be. I don't know a relatively evolved. You still have that need that. Reference point of pain to help others What else would i say about the purpose of of of pain. You have settled. Art agree feedback mechanism. Really yes yeah and you know. I think it's healers gift or burden. We see it like you've alluded to your healer and you're wanting to help somebody he'll than unless you've gone through. The challenges are doctors. They've gone through or something similar than you are able to relate to what they are going through borrow more importantly how they to transform their lives so thanks for sharing that with us What is your definition of. Espn extra sensory power. 'cause united died in your book right. Yeah i'll just show them. He's michael this intuition shot kara's and it's published by lorelei and it came out this year and so esp yeah and extrasensory perception psychic abilities. Spiritual abilities does different things that we can call it. intuition so what's my definition of extrasensory perception. So what i would say is that you have physical senses in. You'll so we've been talking about these two realms of experience that we have so to navigate physical reality you've got physical senses you've got a sense of i can touch solid objects I can see within a certain bandwidth of reality that gives me information about this. Three dimensional physical world that. I'm an. I can hear within a certain bandwidth that gives me information about my physical environment and so long so that set of senses. She is physical reality. You have a broad assessment senses. You have a set of senses inform you about non physical reality. Is your psychic abilities. Your spiritual abilities. 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I think about your psychic abilities as a communication system that it's how you see spirit it's how you hear a spurs it's how you feel a spirit it's how you it's it's different ways that you can access information and communicate so when we're in the body we may want to communicate with a higher being remain wants to communicate with god source energy. Whatever your word for that is and how do we do that. We do that through our extrasensory perception through unknown physical senses and You know you may want to communicate with your spirit guides. They are non-physical beings. So you communicate with your non physical senses. You may want to see energy fields of a non physical natsha. You do that with your voi- ans- and so how'd you makes sense obviously I love this topic For sure how did you stumble upon this knowledge. When was the moment you realized that as human beings we do have these abilities and that we can develop them because back to that specific moment where maybe one of your activities were activated. And you couldn't quite understand what was going on or you could but then you're like how much more does that out. I don't think. I have one specific moment but give me a moment. I'll see if. I can locate a book because i mean i feel like it's been a naval lucien of consciousness that is still continuing. It's a it's the awakening process. Is i think it some people think well. I want to reach the pinnacle of having my psychic abilities. But it's a spiritual journey and which never ever ends so like i'm continuously evolving and growing and shifting and changing and learning new things. I'll tell you his amendment. That springs to mind before. I was doing this stuff. I was interested in it and again when anthony england i went to psychic fair and first time i ever did such a thing but i think i've been playing around with tarot cards and things like that myself so i went. I was interested in it. And i got a few different readings and i went to a few different toolbox and this bizarre thing happened to me that three on three separate occasions in this one event somebody looked at me and said you'll be writing a book and you'll be quite alone for writing this book. It happened in a lady giving me a reading. I went to a medium ship demonstration. An aim through that lady and there was another one as will and i was like. How did that happen. People didn't talk to each other. Go will choose this lady and we'll tell the same thing right. It happen completely independently. And at the time i remember like the one in the medium ship. She sort of awesome feedback. And i said well i've written a phd thesis. And he was like no. That's not a hit. It's it's another book entitled these and that was. It was a long time before. I wrote my first book. Like far removed from being in that place in my reality where. I actually wrote my first book so soon. That moment stands out interesting. Because you know in my live very clear moment where i was started working with the jukka does and then i started using the energy ball disarm enhance my abilities to be able to sense the several energy and i think maybe a couple of months down the line. I felt sick. So i was on bedrest. What else to blame with the ball. And so at one point. I use my fingers to project some energy onto my and my daughter was mowing independent off me mowing motto. If that makes sense not just doing this and realized. Wow if this is possible then what else is out there. Because i knew that i just you know. That's the tip of the iceberg so to speak But it's fascinating that we have all these different abilities. These different sensory powers actually never another one just another one. Because you don't mind me of another one of mine. I i hurt my back and again. This is a long time ago. Before i had my back and i the doctor said you have to lie in bed for three weeks because it was back in the time before they told you to keep moving and i was in such a lot of pain and i was lying there in bed there. Was this beautiful of a worldly music playing. I just comforting music. And i had a sketch pad and i was sketching and started drawing angels and then i was like oh. That's the angels. Yeah and as. I got better and it's quite paint was really bad and i. I remember one day of forced myself to walk to the Supermarket to to get some shopping. And i couldn't carry very much because my that's really hurting me. And when it came time to turn around and walk back home and i only lived a few blocks away felt like a do. This just can't do it. My back's gonna give out. And then this music loud beautiful otherworldly music was just playing at high volume in my head. And it's like that's the angels supporting me helping me. No i'll be okay helping you know i can make at home So let's see to us about these. Cities are is extrasensory abilities. Written about in in yoga in the raiders. And you've written that. These abilities could be stuff like being able to withstand extreme cold or heat stopping effects of bison or fire me of being able to laugh at it. Delport appear or disappear at will. So how'd you come across any of these stories with able to do this okay. Well i'll death-knell your question. But i'll just show my book again and say that this book goes through twenty different twenty two different psychic abilities and one of the goals in the book is to make it more. What's the word not sound so far off right so that you can identify within yourself your own personal experiences. That ungava that was my knowingness. That was my claro dance. So i have a carve Up i always forget whether i've done a chapter on every psychic ability or i think is a chapter on every shot Broken down by psychic abilities that are channeled through the shot. So i've got examples in the book every single psychic ability. I talk about of the twenty two in the book. Examples in my life and examples from people i've worked with and so you've changed the the mall fell out one's in a way to ask about and i think about some of those really the the level of spiritual master being able to levitated able to show up how in your astral body in another country and teach a class there at the same time that you're teaching. That's that's jesus so But i will try to take some advice examples and give you some examples so for example i once had a client who she was like for appointment. And she said dr leslie. I'm so sorry that i'm late. But the bus down. And then they brought another bus and spoke down and in fact this is the story of my life at the moment every time and she lived in vancouver so we have these. I don't know what you call him. You know that the electricity buses and every time. I try to go anywhere. This is happening all the time. We took a look at. I'm what it was was a psychic abilities. Telekinesis right which is in some senses. The definition would be able to to change the structure of physical matter. You know so. The spoon benders someone who can You know i don't know. Set something on fire. Whatever but she was shorting out electrical things and because she wasn't grounded enough to contain the energy that she was all king off through so we told her how to ground so to make the energy flowing through a system safer. And you've probably all met people who well beyond the days when people wear watches anymore but they used to be people would have you know. The watch wouldn't be able to keep very good time because it was something to do with the energy to. That's an example. Another example. When i was doing my spiritual training i used to have to drive from vancouver to seattle every other weekend and the class would start at ten. Am you're supposed to be there at nine thirty so you can imagine what time i had to get up and it was when i had that busy international pie flying job so it would be hard to talk and So button a matter. What time i left. Even if you did the calculation you mind and said that's absolutely not enough time for me to get there for class. I always got there for class. So that's an example of altering time night one of these is the ability to also time to slow it down. Speed it up for example right right. I believe i was doing that. Yeah so i think a lot of this. We are in some way or other channeling abilities that are enders and the ancient wise ones already knew how to do and they would use these abilities to bring up. Civilizations was about introduce egypt and maybe howard is connected to atlantis and lamar area. I know it's a big topic. But what have you learned along your journey. So okay. I mean yeah. It's a huge topic. Isn't it to talk about ancient egypt and all of the different young okay so when it comes to specifically these espn extra superpowers. While there were mystery schools in all of those times and places and many more y- ancient tibet as well and then the mystery schools. Are the places where you could go and be a spiritual initiate and being taught how to meditate and be introduced to these very ancient energy techniques. That allow you to heal yourself. Clear your energy field an activation on your psychic abilities which is actually what this. The books that i've written is about there are basically mystery schoolteaching so the three sections in the book they lost section is specific energy techniques and they are energy techniques that were tolson ancient egypt their energy techniques that were taught in the morea that that ancient and but you know that timeless and now's the time to make them more available to everybody that used to be just only the few that would go into the temple and be trained in that way. That would even be allowed to know this information but the time is different in all well right now and everybody needs to know it. I think a lot of times back in the day you would have to earn the trust of your guru or master right so you would have to go to north. Bannon saw such him or her in the mountains and spend many months or even years. And i've come across the story maybe written about destroying your book. I'm not sure exactly. But about this I think european scientists are maybe navigator who are somewhere in that debate in mountains in the himalayas and He met the monks tibetan monks. This very mystical monastery and after a couple of days. They took him to another place which was dopp secret and then they started banging the drums and they started doing. The you know the trumpet are there. Were of a wind instrument and he could see them being able to project like large mass of rock. That you don't went from the ground and was levitating all because of the sounds that they were generated totally. Yeah so i mean. I think that this is how many of these huge ancient monoliths go back. Can you see these ancient remnants of buildings where you can't imagine how did they move rocks that size and how to fit them together so completely perfectly. They've sliced rock like a slice of butter like perfect. And this was done five thousand six thousand years back and when they weren't these advanced tools and people estimate even if they had these tools it would still be almost impossible to take them at the top of the mountain by yet so fascinating. Why do you think Atlantis came to an end. What is you y'all i bought. This is what happened so that was three destructions in atlantis. That happened over a huge time span. You think about. Atlantis is one thing. But the whole civilization of atlantis losted from over a span of way longer than our civilization as lost to the last destruction of atlantis was about about fifteen thousand years ago but the there were others before that point. So why why do you think about. Atlanta is one thing in one place but you look at all well civilization. Now it's in multiple place isn't it said but wind. Did it come to an end. One of the reasons was misuse of technology. Miss abusive the technology that they had the time which backfired on them and coast them to destroy. Destroy what they were living or at least one of the places that they wouldn't having that than results in the dispersion of people to different areas on the planet and egypt was one of the places they went to bet was another one of the places that they want some areas in europe. Were another of the places that they went and needed. The civilizations after the destruction of atlanta's yep it kind of makes sense because if you look at some of the advanced civilizations here on earth your final. These stop cities with big skyscrapers and the latest technology. But tomorrow if there was if go ahead or something along those lines would wipe out an decimate and appalachians. You would expect maybe like a hundred scientists going to these untouched. You know sit. Untouched tribal areas around the world. And teaching them you know scientific techniques education ways of learning so that the light of humanity does not you know. Go off something similar. It seemed happened in those days. Where you have these iraq bandings and stuff like that of people that looked like wise sages and they something in their hand And it's done in south america. It's there in egypt. It's they're all around the word bearded folk and so yeah. I think that definitely did happen. So let's talk about you know going from inching civilizations. Let's talk about only energy body now. You implied that there are ways to heal our. Why would someone listening to this episode right now. Need to heal it there are. Let's talk about. He human journey and this is really what partly written about in. My book is ceo boom. You're straight from source. Energy beautiful pristine but then people's not to teach you stuff about world he while you're in this world this is safe. This isn't saif. this is what we believe in. This isn't what we believe in. These people are good. These people are bad. Don't do that do this ad. So we start to get programmed we so we build a framework of beliefs. It's like a computer in them. We got a bunch of southwest often to his by a people night. Decide what the software is right. So you so you you you start to build this framework off. Elif some memories and experiences. Maybe you do touch hope stove and go out. That really hurt you do something else. That is a memory of a painful experience. Maybe you got bullied at school and being bullied all all you have a very strict parent who's always scolding you and you come to believe that i'm unworthy. You come to believe that it's not okay to be me and it's not okay to fully express myself because people don't like it. I get punished for it. So you start to dial down the line you hold back from the full expression of your being annual system to fit the square peg into the round hole because everyone says you meant to fit into this round hole and you're like don't fit but i'm gonna have to force myself to. We'll of this happens and pretty soon. You'll not this vessel. This body is meant to be have your energy flowing through and it's your personal unit of creativity and pretty soon that is no longer pure and pristine paper. People say well. What's my life purpose. why am i here. I don't know what it is and all of that so in order to you kind of have to clean it off in order to get back to you. The analogy i use is is is a window like i always say developing your psychic abilities is a two fold path. One path is healing yourself and is developing learning how to use your abilities because if your window is done to you will not be able to see through it. You have to polish the window. You have to clean the window so you can see through it on. The window is your energy field. So if you've got all this baggage backlog these painful memories these distorted beliefs. That don't support you. That's the window you're looking through so you need to clean the window so that you have a clear view of your reality and if you wanna help how the people have a clear view of that reality if you're looking through the window you're not going to see them very well either. Does that make sense. Aj yet makes a lot of sense and it seems like from what. I'm learning also a lot of living life through filters it's to our own lens of how we think life is but a lot of it is just programming night especially for seven years a lot of programming a lot of subliminal messaging also through mainstream media and disney disney. I like. isn't it a coincidence. That most of the moi's in disney The mother is she expired. She's died and so the baby is born an orphan. There is mario monti mighty National corporations that are wanting to you know think in a certain way and also obviously the food that we eat in a of blocks are full expression of our ability. Calcified by glenn. It's no wonder how we need to spend a lot of our dime cleansing body cleansing our mind reprove at rookery programming on mind healing our mind letting what of what no longer serves as it. It completely makes dan. You need to do the work. That is align yourself with your true purpose here on earth. There's not just healing but is healing us but then going beyond healing which is way interesting. There say that it's not just healing i. It's healing on an ongoing basis on the painting. Never stop growing. You know like the thing in my book which is do your daily energy hygiene in click teeth have xiaohua through your daily energy hygiene because so long as we live life will always be expanding and growing and going through different experiences. That mean that. We're constantly cleaning cleaning windows Clean a leave it now. So what is your daily hygiene regimen. Something simple that people can triumph. It's in the book. The whole last section of the book teaching you five spiritual techniques five energy techniques which constitute the foundation of everything. i do everything. I teach so vital. They are techniques. That help you in your body. Be consciously aware within your body stimulate away. Can you apply neo oakland and cleanse your system and pro says your experiences what you're going through and they also takes you helps to start working with energy and the print the principles of how you create your reality so that the simple meditation techniques but they're very profound and Really give you everything that you need to consciously drive your own reality. Yeah one thing. I do before every show is. I have a routine that really programs me energizes me and so i might say on new within me now. All the power i need. Is you know these affirmations really charged up and all the inhibitions fears worry. That i might or might not have the cleared out the other thing i do. Is i visualize the earth like going down. And i'm sending healing energy to the earth so that allows me to act as a conduit to have facilities conversations. And i know that no matter what i'm doing i'm healing the earth the other thing though i didn't realize that but now that i'm a brett's work instructor. I know i in warren dairy was blowing extending my exams and blowing white light into the earth but from a scientific perspective. When you extend your sales you're actually stimulating. Your vagus nerve allows you to really relax yourself so if either likes. The conversation is going to veto lacking right. And so yeah. So that's that's that's the thing i mean. I guess i would say my daily energy hygiene practice. I mean really the whole principle. I guess if psychic development is no no yourself that was the first thing written above the temple when you enter the temple knows and so it's a time when you turn within a no yourself and that's not just about yes you know who i am migration being but also what's going on in my energy today is my energetically today Do i need to be more grounded to stay in my body today and so on and so it's basically a daily practice of cleaning the window so that you can be cleaned so that you can be healing yourself and say you can be preparing for the The rest of the day civil people watching for a state. Thanks for joining us for so long. This is one of our longer interviews. It's lot of fun so make sure that you hit the share button right away if you'd like to support us because guess what this information needs to spread and you are in full control how much we are able to spread this. Hit the share button So leslie let's talk about the pioneer land now. What does a final land play in our ability to experience these spiritual expedients but also in our own life is the seat of consciousness within the human body. Suit of its way you can sit and be conscious spirit within the physical system. It places you in the driver's seat it's like the air traffic control tower of your life. So if you are sitting your consciousness in your plan pioneer gland you can be above all the strong powerful pulls the body in the physical world. So if you've got emotional trauma anxiety stress. If you've got a monkey mind that won't stop thinking if you learn how to see your consciousness in your pioneer oakland. You will find yourself above the emotions. You'll find yourself apart from the intellect you will find yourself with the spiritual perspective which is neutral non judgmental and you will also be able to see what now to do you know so This is one of the techniques in my bookcase is how to center equal centering so that you can have that neutrality. So that you can take that position as the god of your own personal universe and so in exploring the final land you say that it allows us to experience whereas extrasensory abilities and one of that is being able to be dutch. Received messages from galactic. Being's right out. And are they being your pioneer gland activates your clairvoyance and your abstract intuition It's in the center of your six shot shotgun and clemencies the ability to see as spirit. So what can you see spirit. You could see galactic being and communicate with the galactic being. You could see your spirit guide and communicate with the spirit guide. You could see jesus and communicate with him. O- another ascended being. You could see an energy field around your hat your dog your friend your neighbor you could. It also stimulates abstract into our human languages linnea the language of the universe is multidimensional so it enables you to be aware of symbolic language in. We're talking about dreams. We use symbolic language in dreams. So when you're in the center of your head you're able to enter into that greater dimensional among multidimensional meaning within symbols mathematical formula as well. So it's an amazing portal really to non-physical experience to start to activate and develop your use of your pioneer glenn but yes you could talk to galactic beings to come. Which have you ever received information from any collecting all the time my Do you know why there from the main spirit guide. The i work with my main. Healing guide is Is identifies with serious serious and yeah and it's a play on words as well because i call him get serious so that when a longer serious serious so he has all this. Amazing light technology healing. Well let's call it yeah. He liked technology. He works with so like. I talked to him every day. But i've also spoken to plenty of other galactic beings as well you know. There's a dot secret project that has recently been deck declassified where the did They hired a psychic being Somebody who has the psychic abilities awakened and they asked him to go to mars. As truly and you went to mars and these antarctic has documented. mars. You went back diamonds. Who went back to millionaires. And he was able to see large bids on mars and he was able to navigate the diocese so he was. You know in in a deep state of meditation but he was recounting. Exactly what is what he was able to see. And it's fascinating. Like i feel that mainstream media started numb people and tell them that all of this is bullshit bart deep down. The is doing all these research you develop your clairvoyance you can bet you can see anything you want. You know. the whole acacia. Record of the whole universe is i to you. So if if you're curious about mars or jupiter you want to go to the player diesel offshore and so any of those places that you can access it so for those who are interested search for declassified mars project mars or something along those lines but yeah I also. When i was a kid. I had this defense nation far the three stars. I think they're the serious stars. Ryan spelt me to look at the stars and just stare at them because they were very very attractive and i still sometimes look at look up in this universe in the sky to figure out what they mean to me. you spoke about century. Whoa how is century in different from grounding or two difference between the two in terms of their function. Okay so the primary form of grounding that i teach and actually when you get into more my more advanced cool Additional groundings to this is from the first chakra to the center of us. You'll first chakra deals with physical reality. The your relationship with the physical planet physical matter your physical body. And we're making an energetic connection between that energy center on the center of the planet. So why do we do that. Because it anchors you in physical reality your body is in physical reality you the spirit can be anytime anyplace anywhere as we've been talking about but hey you've made this body may as well hang out with it. Most people are not really bodies so we ground so that we that enables us to bring more energy into the body and even to be able to properly center. We need to be grounded. So it also gives us a conduit full releasing unwanted energy so we get to use it to clean dirty windows while Censoring is you'll placing your consciousness in the center of your six chakra in your third eye in your pioneer gland. It's like alluded to before you're sitting yourself in the driver's seat of your life if you if you set in the center of your head you can with trucker to ground the six shockers center and what does science have to say about the phenomena of grounding because we all get it I was at queen. Elizabeth bark yesterday with a friend of mine for sunrise and both of us to go far saugus and we were on the ground and it feels good feels. Great feels valuable leasing. Bartow where do arts and what have you found what science says about grounding well. I don't know that this being and you can correct me if you know. I've not really researched if there are there. Any scientific studies on spiritual grounding scientifically speaking every electrical appliance. That you have in. Your house has grounding wire grounding prevents excess surge isabella. Chris trysofi are often giving you an electric shock. Your grounding says the same purpose because your energy is super high vibration might am so grounding makes it safe to bring that high vibration energy through the body because the body is physical matter. It's a much lower vibration than you all. So if you if you can shock the body with your own energy. And i see this all the time. People getting fused about their spiritual growth. I'm bringing all this energy and they're not properly grounded. It's overwhelming too much for the body. You can burn your own circuits so It's it's like an electrical grounding helps you off excess energy and makes safety you to flow three or physical system and also has the physical system for you to be data because you know like no talking earlier if you've collected all of the stuff that's not you that you know. The spicy isn't available view. So it helps you move full of those densities so you can bring in more light. You are light and you meant to be enlightened you light up this physical system with your presence grounding helps you to do that and sitting in the center of your head is like switching on the light because now i'm here that that definitely does make sense and It's no doubt that we all know that we are. We have lexus. Electricity flowing through us right because neurons are always firing and they're sending messages in houses so there's electric city is a sense of magnetism in our body into wonder if we are these electricity conducting arts at least in our at our physical self we do need to ground and whether or not we have a tangible explicit explanation for that that is beautifully articulated. We all know once you go on the grass once you on the side or the sand you feel great you feel relieved feel more relaxed and you feel much more calm so thanks a lot Leslie for sharing all of this beautiful wisdom with us actually tried to feel watching this whether it's on replay our live. Make sure that you share this on your on your wall in the group so that we can spread this message far and wide and get more people to watch this. I hope you enjoyed the session so far. If there was one thing that we could take away from today's session it will be trusting. Your intuition will help. You transform your life from taking better decisions to see me information to help you along your journey and even connecting with people that are on your but we're just listening to the red wise is not enough to act on it. You gotta take inspired action right especially when you've been receiving that clear message from your higher self for a while now so ask yourself. What is that message. That might uson has tried to pass onto me wart. Should i be doing or not doing next. Because i checked win one spurt. We need to be willing to let our intuition guide us and then be willing to follow that guidance deadly and fearlessly and with that being said we've come to the last round for today because as you notice a knocking is increasing in my house and so we got up So leslie ward. Is it best piece of advice that you have received in your life. You don't become a spiritual teacher by sitting at home on meditating to perfect yourself as a spiritual teacher you become a spiritual teacher by going out and teaching and i can apply that to anything and everything you don't become a dot dot dot by sitting at home and trying to perfect yourself to be a dot dot dot you get out there and take action and then you then you become your virtual wage. Find that teaching more. Allows you to articulate the concepts in your mind and the moment you're able to teach something naughtily today benefit because they now know some different but you are also improving because able to explain that concept that idea of that technique that is in your mind. So i if you could turn back time or does it. Who is it worse than that. You would spend at one hour with whether the person is leading odor. That's a great question on. You know the first person that came into my mind was Was jesus he's a great spiritual master. But you know what. I had a lifetime where i spent time with him so i guess house. But he's the one that popped into my into my mind Yeah one of the great spiritual monsters like what is absolutely. Yeah yeah and. I do agree that jesus was definitely ascended masters. Somebody raise special somebody who had access to healing abilities and he did a lot of made a huge difference i to the to the world. So but what does it one thing you would do in the morning or maybe in the evening before you go to sleep that has improved the quality of your life. Well you know it's interesting for me. I spend most of my day in a meditative state. Because i am doing reading sessions in healing sessions anaheim teaching spiritual classes all day so a lot of people say i meditate to get my day started. Well i do meditate in clear my space before teaching will have that bump for me. What's more important. Is cobb at a time for myself may time because it will die. I'm i'm giving a lot in times of the sessions that undoing. And i'm also in an altered state of consciousness because i'm in trance a lot of the time so it's something high Hyper reality you know like Go for a walk or even just sit and have a cup of tea. Look at the view out my window and really stretch a walk around the garden and really feel grounded and in touch with nature and my body because to to do the work. I do where i worked from. A trump state actually tuning out the physical reality to open up tune into the spiritual reality. So i spend many hours a day in that spiritual Zone so for me. It's important at the beginning of the end of the day to get back to the physical well and if you could recommend one book for our listeners what would that be besides this one. I would recommend intuition and chat and you know we actually want we actually. The we didn't barely touch the surface in our conversation. This is a. It's a journey through the whole shot cra system and what's different about. This book is that there's a lot written about the shot. Chris and healing does not be much written about the shot. Chris and psychic abilities an every single one of your major chef. Chris is a conduit full one or more psychic abilities that conduits feel intuition for spiritual communications and so if you're interested in the topic of intuition and shockers than this is a really great book and there is a rita's gift included with the book which is a five part mini video class. Pay so when you get to the part where you're learning the energy techniques you can actually go and sit and watch me teach you those techniques besides just reading them in the book because it's the experience of them that really helps you get an h. I've got one more thing that i've and i can i. I've got a free thing on my website that teaches about intuition and shackles. It's really cool interactive in photographic that you hover your mouse over an pops up in do. You've okay second chakra class sentences the psychic ability and that's the definition of it. I'm gonna find it now. And i'll put into the chat but i'm it's awkward. The comments sure it covers all the A lot of the ground. We didn't even get to in our conversation today so if if if the listeners interested in or intuitive abilities learning more about them than the supreme thing at just this really cool interactive graphic. But it in the private chat to you. I will take down the link. And i will add in the show notes for sure. Are you on audible already know well. That's not worry because we'll add linked to your book in the short so that people can grab hold of your book on the inaudible. Sorry he said me Not the book is on audible. Yes this book is available on audible. Okay kindle Through llewellyn barnes and noble india-bound. An amazon awesome. So actually drive. If you want this book for free on audible. There's a way that you can do that so that you can listen to the book and not read the book. You can't read the book you can get a physical copy but if you want to listen to the book for free than audible. Dot com is offering all our listeners. 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That i love and i love this stuff i it i breathe it every moment of my existence and so I'm grateful for that. And i'm grateful for the wonderful people that i meet along the way where we can all just your sense with each other wonderful. Thanks for shedding. We'll have all the things opened the show notes action tribe. If for some reason you're not part of our official will barca's facebook group and make sure that he joins us. Because you're missing out on all the discussions and the announcements and the brit workshops and gives you love rhetoric or you want to try it out go to mypillow dot com forward slash. Dr tribe my seven is a word might seven dot com slash ribe to join our official facebook group. If you're on instagram. Take a screen chart off your screen and dag voters on instagram. So that we can share your story with our community. My handle is at mice own chocolates at myself shirkers on instagram. Let's active owning scrim. I am but not very much. 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Gratitude Chakra Meditation with Aditya Jaykumar

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We know what to do because we've seen a thing or two click for more workers farmers truck fire insurance exchanges and affiliates products available in every state <music> aw hybridity seeker. This episode is a special one. I invited my friend a._j. To do something really interesting with you you age as the host of my seven chuck rats and today you will experience a chakra meditation. You will be using a specific mantra for the heart. Chakra followed by some beautiful affirmations from a._j. Without further ado here's a dea jayakumar what's of gratitude dude seekers this is a._j. Here halston founder of the podcast mice seven chaka's myself and chuck rose dot com and <hes> firstly. I'd like to thank george and for giving me this opportunity opportunity to connect with all of you now as name off my podcast suggests i'm a huge fan of the chuckers and a system that they provide for or healing manifestation and transformation and also know that if you're listening to this show then you are interested in learning about gratitude did you in howard can change your life right so what we're going to do. Today is a short hot jukka balancing meditation where we'll use sound sound and visualization to really calm and balance your heart so that no matter what you're going through whether you're bit <unk> stressed out worried anxious about something wherever that might be you can come back to the here and now and expedients where i call magical moments and that i'm sure we'll transform your day all your evening of course if you are driving right now then attempt is only when you're safe at home or in a meditation space where you're not going to be disturbed. So are you ready so let's get started so firstly destroyed some context in kiss your new to the field of the chuckers chuck it has are part of our energetic eddie and they're basically reels of energy rule pools of energy that sort of act as doha's allowing energy energy from the universe to enter our body processing or does it acquired and then letting go of what is not required by you there a seven mean chuckers in order and they're lined up along your spine and each jukka has front and back site so you can imagine these jokers as a wool pool or whirlpools of energy with the narrow part towards your your body and the broad apart spinning away does that make sense now each chakra corresponds with particular area off your life and the chucker that we're going to work on today is the heart chakra also known as anna hata which governs your ability to expedience compassion self love deep connection visit your community and guess what gratitude that's right. The heart jukka has to do you with your ability to really expedience gratitude for what you have in life right now the color that this chakra is associated with it is green now the sound mantra that corresponds with this jukka is yum uae u m and basically according to inch- int- knowledge what happens is when you internet this particular mantra ah or this syllable than automatically your heart chakra resonates with that particular why abrasion and calms down and completely relaxes laxes and you're gonna feel that as well we're going to sound this mantra today do junior chakra and ensure that it is why breathing correctly because because if we do this then you're going to experience a sense of relaxation and ease and that's the goal for today's meditation so let's begin relax your entire body and lit cool off any tension that you might be hoarding relax. You head your face years john's. You're sure does forums your fingers. Just relax your bag. You'll waste ties legs and finally a feat nio perfectly and completely relaxed all throughout your bharti and focus on your heart chakra visualize the chucker spinning in the clock hawaii's direction and imagine it glowing a bright almost fluorescent green color. It's alive why aren't and buzzing but it has some grayish stuck energy which we are going into work today so take a deep breath in and let it on our dake. Take another deep red into your nose and so let's dark the munster yum mm-hmm wii u m m <music> no and when you're doing this imagine all the vibrations being projected into to the heart space and the center of just alright yum <hes> <music> <hes> young <music> <hes> <music> <hes> young <hes> <music> <music> <music>. Do you might feel some warmed some tingling some ticklish sensations altered your body as you ybrid great in this new frequency and feel different level of release or shift or election hjelm. Um hum. Um <music> now as you're sounding this mantra make sure did you reimagining of the gracious mawkish energy in your heart area media getting pushed off and cleared off your heart chakra and floating away from your body and as soon as you do that you fe- lighter you feel clear you feel much more radiant. You feel much more relaxed. Y'all <hes> <music> <hes> <hes> <music> <hes> <music>. I'm well how chicken with your body now and notice how you're feeling a feeling a bit <hes> warranting lee or some cooling sensation going on. It's all good because this is an indication that your life force energy is mowing which is always a healthy sign for hilton why -delity now. Let's a compliment this expense with some affirmations so repeat after me. I am thankful to the universe for everything in my life. I am thankful to the universe for everything everything in my life. I realize that every situation in life has some purpose and i thank the union was for for it. I realized that every situation in life has some purpose and i thank the universe for it. Thank you oh universe for all all the money that i am receiving. Thank you all universe for all the money i am receiving the air that i breathe the ground i walk on our all gift from the universe i express my gratitude for the him. I am grateful for all the friends and colleagues in my life without who my life would be incomplete. I am grateful for all the friends and colleagues in my life without whom my life would be incomplete. I am so grateful for all the abundance and prosperity betty in my life. I am so grateful for all the abundance and all the prosperity in my life. I'm tankful for the wonderful wonderful nature around me and the john's to live in this incredible word. I am thankful for all the wonderful nature around me and a john's is to live in this incredible word. Let's let's closed session with some more sound mantra and then some silence yamile <hes> <music> unknown <hes> <music> <hes> known all right so we will sit in silence for about thirty seconds now uh <music> gradually come back to your senses. Open your eyes viggo your toes rub uh-huh and maybe drink glass of water. Are you feeling. Are you feeling any different. Are you feeling more grateful. Are you experiencing experiencing any buzzing or pulsing or <hes> different sensations in your chest area. I feeling happy and thankful just check in with yourself. I hope you enjoyed this meditation. If you're curious about the workers and would like to learn more then make sure that you subscribe to my archivist my seven chocolate seven is a word mice having chuckers and it's available on i tunes google podcasts spotify and all major pod casting casting platforms. I also got a gift for you. I've got a free six-part jucker training that i created for members in my community which which is scarred jukka sprint brief foundations see s._p. And this is free but it would show you how to get started with jukka healing specific vic mistakes to award and crucial factors that lead to results with your healing work so if you'd like to enroll in this free training then visit jukka uh-huh sprint dot com forward slash intro jukka sprint s. p. r. i. m._d. Dot com forward slash intro once again. Chuck it a sprint dot. Com follow slash intro and if you'd like to connect me. My email is edgy at my seven chocolate dot com idiot my seven seven juxtaposed dot com. I'd love to thank georgian once again for this wonderful opportunity to connect with all of you connected you seekers from tom had owned a word. 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Gayatri Mantra: This Ancient Solar Mantra Will Raise Your Vibrations Instantly

My Seven Chakras

17:47 min | 1 year ago

Gayatri Mantra: This Ancient Solar Mantra Will Raise Your Vibrations Instantly

"The Senate Chuck Swirling Food to Caesar's energy position throughout the base of the spine talk but that's changing slowly and more and more educated. Indians are slowly rediscovering the rich ancient heritage think about it really scientific because of the focus on vibrations and the flow of energy the guy three mantra is probably uh-huh and mantras and share them with the word because I knew that there was something sacred about them I could feel the vibrations but the experience was has most ancient and sacred mantra in today's episode we're GonNa Explode wanted really means and how it can help you so are you ready sometime in the future when more to Ivan go on a quest to find the meaning behind all these hymns and and ritual doing all religious on you and start getting off wore I'm about to share today with you is not particularly religious but deeply spiritual and if he incomplete without me actually knowing what they meant UC unfortunately in India because of what happened in the bust that itch and Noga in Iowa but what does the mantra really signify well a mantra is a Yantra a technology of sound you see the ancient sears if India and its cultural and spiritual and artistic and scientific and linguistic history and it's not just Indians but it's people all over the world there's in India after spending days months or even years in deep contemplation would experience a deep spiritual. I felt a sense of dizziness within hours like we're deciding all these hymns right and all these mantras but I don't really know what and that's what today's episode Associational so what is a mantra really know many of you might have heard the term mantra especially those of you who are into before we begin up some context all right so many of you know that I was born into a vedic family and growing up every now and then we'd have e mm Boo Boo us were her that Salvator Very Young Bara go day was shortcut to experiencing this higher state of being this a state of divinity so to speak and there are thousands of mantras and the Amine and if I don't know the meaning significance behind what I'm seeing then why am I saying this right and deep down I made a promise to myself that language of Sanskrit was slowly iraised from common everyday usage and these days asgard is mostly used in the temple. You're you're discovering the power and promise of practices like Yoga I read way dant right it's amazing and awakening and a divine connection with the universe and with the guards and indistinct they would hear songs and they will see images and and feel sensations and they would then pass on these sounds and these mantras to their disciples as a sort of Boa Soi right so booed Bluer Soi this signify the three realms ed or a fire ceremony at our home and as usual you'd have the priests chanting hymns and Mantras and as a kid sitting there odd and now your host a Jive Kumar walk hold energy centers and clip these chucked help you unlock your destiny and find your purpose welcome to my center all of Earth Space and the heavens above Boor Bluer Soi more deeply it zoback try of this is Aj here host and founder of Mizo Joe Cortez and would you just listen to is that guy three-month now before we begin wondering why own and many of you know that the mantra all is very sacred and way powerful home is the sound of inception a bow down to that supreme divine light that shines down upon Earth now the ancients knew that there was something very powerful and sacred about the sun and they give the sun many names as well oddity is one of them which is minium which means that supreme divine light that shines down upon the earth so graciously so in discriminatively right the light that shines down from the sun shines down on Guidry Mantra is comprised of twenty four syllables with eight syllables Berlin in the month begins with receives equal amount of sunshine as long as they are standing out in the open night so this particular line is saying that that one can experiment with and practice to write to see different results from healing to a weakening to liberation now the and relaxation and in fact you could try it out if a baby is crying and if you chant or Internet own there's a good chance that the baby OAM is the sound Dad Universe emanates even today and it is deep primordial sound of creation and one that helps with healing relax and quiet down that's how awful it is so the first line off the guy three mantra is all blur I meditate or I the flicked upon it I contemplate upon this beautiful light and then we go to the next land who was governing life as Nord an infinite intelligence a divine being a guard a force of nature the ancient sears it's all these different names for the same supreme being which is the life giving son and then knew that there was a powerful intelligence that off light to stimulate the intelligence and wisdom within the seeker so that the person who is seeing the him for what is to follow in the endowed him the next lane is dot Salvator Buddy neom that salvator any force to the collective unconscious the Shula about arc around where we can experience oneness and universal connection him and then you have Suria Arca Bonou Saavedra bush-annan Harvey Martin Mithra everybody is spectacle of who they are walked level of affluence they have or how much wealth they have everyone especially in the same country right no matter how dark the circumstances on right now or how bleak the future might seem from their current manage point the to settle from the physical and the Ridge Earth to the idiotic heavens from our dormant potential that is situated in Root Chakra the Kundan we're here right the deduction is from the physical to the spiritual rather than the other way around and in a way this line sets the tone petition with that renewed sense of courage and with this force of light you and me we can literally drawn Somalis and united this supreme divine life giving force and bowed down to it in respect and admiration now the next lane is bud his deal you'll bradshaw diat this is a request do the divinity the three realms of existence the physical the mental and the spiritual or the soil level existence and the order also matters Supplies Swartberg are the heavens nights going from the Earth the physical do the subtle to the heavens from gross of Boo Forms of light if you think about it one is obviously the son that is admired bow down but then there's also is awakened and stimulated by the light and in the stimulation there's an energy that is a weakened within and which direction N. microcosmic universe the idea that each of us has a universe within us that mirrors the universe around us is this energy going to move in the direction has already anchored in the first lane which is Buddha Boa Soi in other words we have a light within our own hearts deep inside the Jimbo's of our heart that silence that eternal silence in complete perfect alignment with what up opuses now one point to be noted over here is that if you think about it if you listen to the him where he or she is going through with Greece and flew in wisdom the secret knows that no matter what the situation might be morning light as power of awakening something deep within something garment a powerful force and with that new phone in Ziada de Mahy Deo your nap Projo die to one right and sometimes we forget just how we are right in such a situation it takes the light of one son do have the ability to stimulate our subtle energies are Jugaris are Arctic Barney whether we're talking about something that we experience from time to time that light is within our heart is is awful as the Sun let's do you like the feeling of that vibration that is created within your body if not tryout another mantra because we've got so many to choose from right number two simple as oh or even the seven chuck La seat sounds which I've spoken about earlier Google Dave Assiette de Mahy I what does that mean the deity that is eating brightly with light the seeker the one who was spring is not asking for the pain that he or she might be experiencing to be used north asking for struggles to be his reference to the light within Nettie stimulated by the powerful energy of the sun so think about macro and then there wouldn't be any life honored that's given the Sun Royds Food Freud's as light sole visibility breida's warmed and mind and is he ignite the radiance in power of the sun within us does that make sense so in conclusion I'd like to the world around us that's how powerful this light is I feel it's also important note that this awful him guidry mantra speaks I knew it all he or she is asking is for the wisdom inside to be stimulated so that the secret can go through water source of energy that strengthens our connection to our higher self it strengthens our connection to our inner chambers Var that makes are even the guy three months rather discussing today and it's not about blindly believing in what I tell you I try them out for yourself and see how it fee uh so I hope you enjoyed decision action tribe and before we part ways if you consider your to help you grow so don't brief all these challenges to simply disappear from your life like the him right good the other out all the divinity in the sun that help stimulate the light within our own souls it's bothell and finally boy number three years realize journey corps life is going to make all the difference and for those of you who are still with me so far thank you for listening off then with the sense of assurance of sense of fit a sense of gum because your state of being on this beautiful gillies and there's so much going on right now in terms of research to confirm or the agents of restored as that there's a secret stimulate the wisdom within you now this is not just tiriac wisdom this is not something that you disagreed about in the book this is I'm GonNa decide this him once again so listen closely Oh ooh poor soi that savvy to worry realizing we're not just as physical bodies that were occupied right now with big of light just like the sun the sun is so much more than me self one with action tribe that I'd like to remind you that we're soon launching the action tribe energy circle where you will learn the tools the another type of wisdom this is the wisdom that you already have and always had within you so that you're able to go through this journey with a sensor realized the power of the Sun for life nourishment and energy I think this is pretty self explanatory if it weren't for the Sun S. 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Chocolate dot com ups and the methods to master your energy for more healing more awakening and more abundance we've got some really amazing teachers on our panels run forget share to the Dicko is from today's session number one he realized the power off sacred sounds certain sounds thank you for listening to my son shot at Chuck Dot COM that in mind the waitaminute David so integral do are so ever to our identity and beyond that on a more subtle level the Sun Roy does need spiritual the power that resides within you action tribe you of docking were you you know powerful than you realize the jealousy the seems like the easy way out to just wish that the challenges and troubles in your life would you know simply go away like the guy three mantra asked for the sun to jump on our witless because our official founding members large is coming soon and you don't WanNa miss that especially if you've been waiting at the struggles and the obstacles in your life right now are here for a reason although it might not see they're here to strengthen you devise a new to be part of the action drive energy circle the link you need is my seven chuck Rose Dot Com forward slash wit list that's my seven jucker dot com forward slash. Anyam Borough Davis it he he deo yo bro they are on instagram or maybe just elephant of yours right about our show my instead is act my seven jugglers or if you'd like to email me my email is sort of but I just went with my passion to share what's deep within my heart and a little bit about my story having is dead sweet list and if you found this episode useful the restructured within you average raised your vibration biggest creature of this episode and Tag Me Ag at my seven Jugulars Dot com that's eighty at my seven jacket dot com all right there was good connecting today A wasn't sure how this would turn the crown of the head for thousands of this ancient wisdom has been Kim stopped to what are the functions of these.

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Can Taking Zinc Help Shorten Your Cold?

Short Wave

11:34 min | 1 year ago

Can Taking Zinc Help Shorten Your Cold?

"You're listening to shortwave from. Npr Madison here with NPR. Health correspondent. Allison Aubrey Hey Alison. Hey Mattie so we are right in the middle of cold and flu season and Alison as our consumer health aficionado. Let's start with talking about how to reduce the likelihood of getting a cold. Okay there's our shortwave favorite which washing your hands and you know mattie not everybody who gets exposed to cold actually get sick when they've done these studies where they take a rhinovirus and they stick it up people's noses and they see who gets sick and who doesn't they find that people who've slept less than six hours are about twice as likely to get sick when exposed to this cold virus as compared to people who've slept more so sleep is really important High stress has been shown to increase the likelihood and a lack of exercise has also been shown to make you more susceptible. I feel like you just targeted me with the high stress. I am not here to wag my finger at you or anyone else because at a certain point look we all get a cold. Typically adults in the. Us get about two to three colds a year. And when you do get a cold there is something you can do to put yourself out of so much misery. One method people swear by is zinc. That's right it's a mineral found in trace amounts in a lot of the foods that we eat our bodies need zinc to function optimally. In fact it's considered an essential mineral and boosting the amount of zinc. You get during a cold by sucking on zinc. Lozenges is actually shown a bunch of studies to help shorten the length of the common cold but only in certain situations and there are a lot of caveats so today on the show zinc an essential mineral and a cold remedy. We'll talk about when it works and when it doesn't Okay Alison we're talking about zinc and whether or not it helps shorten the length of a cold and there's a story behind that question that starts in the nineteen sixties. Yup that's right that is when a young physician named a Nanda persad studied a group of young Egyptian men who were completely deficient in zinc. Now these young men suffered from stunting. They hadn't grown to a normal height or developed normally in other ways and this is because they had very limited diets. They ate a lot of bread. That was hind phosphate. And that can actually block the absorption of zinc. Now skip ahead. Prasada is now ninety. One years old. He is still an active researcher at Wayne State University in Detroit and. He told me that when he gave these young men zinc. Something really remarkable happened. The grew at the rate of five to six inches in height the first two years so it was. What is a molecule remarkable? Change that occurred after supplementation. When you first documented this what was your you must have been ecstatic. Y- well actually the first patient re gives zinc and his other two couldn't believe it because I thought that the growth phenomena will be shut off after the age of eighteen and nothing will happen to anybody but that was not the case. So does that mean that. We all need to grow right well. We all do need zinc for optimal health. It doesn't work like a growth hormone and here in wealthier nations. It's completely possible to get enough zinc in your regular diet. But back in the nineteen sixties. The role of zinc was not at all understood. I mean people thought persad was crazy for just suggesting that zinc deficiency can do this but he ignored all those people who are skeptics. He just kept pressing on. He became really just kind of obsessed with getting to the bottom of how zinc work in the body. And so after he documented the growth in these young men. He threw himself into further studies. He really laid the groundwork by showing that zinc influences immunity he theorized that zinc works as an anti inflammatory agent and then over the course of a couple of decades persad and other scientists have shown that up to three hundred enzymes requires zinc for their activation or stability of their structure. Right like enzymes that you would even be familiar with like alcohol. Dehydrogenation rolls right up the Tong Yung. But importantly breaks down all that beer and wine. You drink the alcohol right right exactly but keep in mind. It took decades to show this. I mean lots of scientists completely questioned persad findings but eventually in nineteen seventy four. The National Academy of Sciences declared zinc an essential mineral for human health and they established recommended daily intake level. What is that Level Alison? Because now I'm a little worried about my zinc levels. Prepare well public. Health officials say that adult men need about eleven milligrams of zinc per day. Women about eight milligrams so let me help you figure this out. If you ate a three ounce beef chuck rose you'd get about seven milligrams so red meat can be quite high. That's close to a day's amount. A Half Cup of beings will get you about three milligrams. Pumpkin seeds a single ounce provides two point two milligrams so that's a good source and then there are lots of cereal grains that are fortified with zinc. Right that's why I eat a bowl of cereal every night. Eleven PM for my zinc. That's right you are clearly not zinc division. Here's a fun fact. Wasters have more zinc per serving than any other food. They contain seventy four milligrams per three serving. That feels like too much now overall. We shouldn't laugh. I mean overall here in North America overt zinc deficiency is pretty uncommon. But let me get back to the story of Dr Prasada and his discovery is now these zinc guidelines were first put into effect in nineteen seventy four and once. That happened. Persad began to wonder since he knew that zinc had an effect on immunity. Weather's zinc supplements might help to shorten the duration and symptoms of a common cold. And I should say that he kinda came at this from what he had realized back in Egypt. He's seeing that. A lot of these deficient men died early from infections. So his guests was that yes zinc lo and behold probably did play this role and immunity. Now it's known for instance that the body requires zinc to develop an activate t lymphocytes those. They're like protect you viruses and tae exactly that come out to protect you. They're the type of white blood cell. That is a key part of the immune system so this was all kind of in the back of his mind. He wanted to test out. Whether these zinc supplements might help shorten the cold so he collaborated with a scientist fellow. Scientists named Tom Fitzgerald at the University of Michigan. I talked to Fitzgerald and he told me what when Persad I gave him this theory. He was pretty skeptical. Got Admit when I first heard this I I actually told us a research assistant i. I think he's losing it. I was he so skeptical other than just being a scientist right. Exactly you know. I guess he was skeptical. That something as basic as a mineral would be powerful enough on its own to alter immune function which is a good level of skepticism. But he did agree to do the study. They recruited a whole bunch of people in Detroit. Who had colds? They gave them zinc lozenges made by a pharmacist. It was a double blind placebo controlled trials that means that neither the participants nor the researchers knew who was getting the real thing and who was getting the Placebo. And here's what they found long behold when I did in Dallas it indeed did shorten common cold symptoms by about two or three days and I gotTa Admit. I was stunned by that result. Two or three days isn't nothing now not at all when you think about. How many lost work and schooldays there are just because of cold symptoms that significant absolutely and then several other studies have confirmed these findings. I talked to another scientist. His name is Harry. Pamela of the University of Helsinki in Finland he published a sort of Meta analysis that reviewed a bunch of the studies and says bottom line here is low doses of zinc lozenges. Don't work you gotTa take about eighty to ninety milligrams a day of zinc at the onset of a cold that has been shown to help shorten it and he says he now uses zinc when he the cold coming on himself though. I'm also encouraging my patients to try zinc but Usually I am encouraging only if the common cold has been lost in for a day or something like that so he saying only within the first day that's right because if you don't catch it at the beginning you can't really halt the progression. It doesn't work okay so if you're taking zinc at the beginning of a cold it has to be within the first twenty four hours. That's what the studies have shown. Okay but here is another caveat and it's a pretty big one if you go to the drugstore right now and you find a zinc product. A lot of what you'll find are these multi ingredient products with a whole bunch of other ingredients. You've probably never heard of before. Be Aware that a lot of ingredients can undercut the effectiveness for instance. Some of them contain citric acid which actually binds with the zinc and makes it completely ineffective. So you're basically saying you've got to take it early. You've got to take at least eighty to ninety milligrams and avoid stuff with citric acid. That's right and as the consumer health reporter here I want to be able to say. Go out and buy this product. Unfortunately I can't do that because the lozenges used in the clinical trial. Those are not commercially available. And here's the deal. A LOTTA TIMES MANUFACTURERS CHANGE THEIR INGREDIENTS. They changed dosing. It's hard to make a solid recommendation about a product. Just basically have to do your homework. You gotta be aware that you need certain dose and that you don't want all these other ingredients think it's more what you can feel assured of is that there's science behind the idea that yes zinc can help shorten a cold. Would you be comfortable saying? Hey go out there and eat a couple of years. You know if you're seafood lover absolutely go. Enjoy some wasters. I can't tell you whether or not they're an aphrodisiac but I can tell you. They've got plenty of zinc else. Thanks for the advice. Thanks matty. Hey you listening to this. I am positive. You've recommended shortwave. To your friends family loved ones acquaintances and Co workers. But if you WANNA help recommend it to complete strangers do us a favor and rate US and review. Us Apple podcasts. That will help more people find our little show okay. This episode was produced by Brian. Bachmann edited by Viet. Lay in fact checked by emily. Von I mattie Safai we're back tomorrow. With more shortwave from NPR.

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The Path Of Energy Mastery (Part 2 of 3)

My Seven Chakras

21:45 min | 1 year ago

The Path Of Energy Mastery (Part 2 of 3)

"The Senate Chuck Swirling for two Seasons Energy position throughout the base of the spine to the crown of the head for thousands of this ancient wisdom has been can stop the master to sail. What are the functions of these energy centers and cook? These chucked. Help you unlike your destiny and find your purpose. Welcome to my Senate Chocolates Chuck and now your host a giant Kumar lock was a backseat Dr. Aj here host and founder of my seven jugulars MISO JEOPARDIZE DOT COM and. Welcome to the show where we help you. expedients more healing more awakening and and more abundance now. Today is part two of our three part series that score the part of energy industry. I released the First Session of this series a few days back on Monday so I hope you enjoyed that addition and if you somehow missed that one and if you WanNa get Garner then visit my seven chuck rose dot com forward slash energy circle. That's my seven juxtapose dot com forward slash energy circle. Lyles have a bonus meditation today by. VR Mentor Rachel. Men applauded there for you. It's called the planet of the heart meditation. Which you're gonNA love now? All this is a video series and is best enjoyed enjoyed. When you're fully engaged and watching it I know many of you find it super keen to listen to the audio right? especially if you're on the goal if you're in transit or something like that. Which is why uploaded here for you either? In this session we go deeper into energy and talk about the different energetic currents flowing through your body and the three mistakes that you might be making on your journey of awakening so sit back and relax and I'm confident I'm certain that you're gonna joy this Sabido take it all in Welcome to the part of energy energy mastery a three part video series about healing awakening and abundance and this is the second video. So you're interested in Leading leading more off negatively or the stress. Or worry that you might be experiencing your life. Or you're interested in connecting mature inner intuition intuition or even manifesting more abundance into your life than your light please by the way mining was an and the host and founder of Mesa Jason Juxtapose and for the last five years. I have dedicated my life to learning and connecting with some of the greatest mentors on this planet. Let and in case. You haven't watched the first video yet. Make sure that you go check that out. Because in the first video I speak about the the significance of energy in our life and how energy literally ships and influences every aspect of our life and I also spoke about out the door energies of tribe and mentorship and how having these energies in your life Gan lead. To more joy more happiness more more fulfillment on a daily basis. So it gives. You haven't watched that video year that you will check that out. Watch the video and then come back to this when you because I'll be reading you the button you'll find somewhere right lures video all right now kiss. You've already watched that video that let's begin because of this radio. I'm going to be talking about domain. Cutting set flowing through your body and how they are related to your goals. I'm also going to be inviting one of our mentors from our mentorship community and she's GonNa be doing a quick energy session with us and giving us a sneak peek into art. She's going to be covering during her upcoming marched. Glad and after that I'm going to be talking about city mistakes that you might be making on your journey of energy now. There's a reason why you might be watching this video right now. Maybe you're looking for ways to let go off. Often negatively are stressed you might be experiencing or you'd like to connect with your inner essence or expedience more oneness owner databases. Maybe you're just looking for ways to raise your web rations so that you can manifest abundance in your life in the last video. I spoke about the fact that you have have. We have energy flowing to the Lord our body right up and down and across now at our core. We've got do mean gardens. Throwing going up and down our body one of them is the upward flew in current of liberation or healing and the other one is the downward flowing current aww manifestation. Now think back to your life for a moment and the goals that you liked work if your goal is to hear yourself which includes dissolving drama stuck and blocked and negative energies that you might be holding. So then we're dealing with the upward flowing current off liberation in sort of leading all the energies and the worry and the stress is that are no longer serving on the other hand if your goal is manifestation which is manifesting ideas and experiences and things things and people into your life attracting all of those energies in we're dealing with the downward flowing energy off manifestation addition which is from the subtle energy to the girls from heaven to the Earth from the crown. Chuck it out with a group chat route all way down until the process of manifestation is complete and if your role is to discover your inner essence than we're talking about getting a Dutch with the sacred silence at the center of your heart and no matter what your goals are V- it energy industry are pitchers that are part of our membership community within our suit launch action tribe energy circle. 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Are All working in absolute alignment to bring you you to manifest this purpose in your life. Now let's talk about the three mistakes that you might be making making on your journey of healing awakening and abundance and the first mistake is comparison with the emergence of platforms like facebook and and instagram. It has never been easier to compare yourself so you might look at. Somebody's video our photo or progress. At somebody seems to be making and that difference might lead to some sadness or disappointment within you right in the question that you might ask yourself. How come this person is able to heal so easily? Or how is this person able to expedience awakening so effortlessly our house. This person able to access the psychic gifts with such a flop and any type of comparison on social media is nor fed eh. Because you probably don't know their backstory is when they began how far they've come along their journey and worked. They've had to go to to come Tom this far and besides life is a journey and north a destination. And you must believe that there's is something called divine timing that things are unfolding and progressing according to a grand scheme of things things and the universe is actually conspiring secretly to provide you everything you desire and you want but you gonNa have you gonna GonNa have hope and know that things would work out provide for you so take a deep breath in I let it all out and sit yourself that this is a journey not a destination and we are here to support you at every step of the way now. The second mistake that you might be making on your wonderful journey is giving up to sue you see. Sometimes you're wanting to dry out something new and you dig some action but you don't see a significant dessert and you feel a bit sad and then you tried once again but again you don't notice a massive difference and you feel a bit disappointed and then you try a third time and you don't notice a huge change then might give. But here's one I've discovered to create lasting change. You need to focus on building a habit rather than depending depending on a one off activity because just look at. What's happening during your own day? Right you wake up in the morning you brush your teeth. You have the coffee you get a shower you open the garage doors. You drive to work or maybe in the afternoon Dying at your field restaurant. How much of this are you doing GonNa Asli how much of this is happening to? Your sub conscious mind to warn is probably happened is at some point in the past you might have done one activity and kept repeating it over and over and over again in a way that had that activity was imprinted in your sub conscious. Mind so that you didn't have to even think about doing it. In the same way with energy work work you need to focus on building a routine and lifestyle rather than depending on one off energy work sessions right. Because what'll happen. Is You will tap into the power of the compound effect which suggests that small actions done on a regular basis on themselves which are definitely leads to an exponential resort. And in the same way you are energy work what time will lead to significant shift within an externally as well and people around you will take notice now. The third mistake that you might be making on this journey is feeling like you have to figure it out all by yourself especially actually if you're in a situation where you are not surrounded by people who are on the path to spiritual awakening. You might feel like you are all by yourself and in that state. You might try to do things by ourselves whether it's learning a new skill or trying to protect your energy or even developing your intuition and there might be affairs in everyone's life where they prefer to be by themselves. But I just want to let you know that the the time for feeling like you're alone or all by yourself has ended and air for action. Tribe has begun my intention with whatever I'm doing is to bring together healers and Shamans and teachers and mentors so that they can illuminate the part for members in our community so instead of trying to figure something are by yourself if you can just tap into our collective consciousness and download a particular skill or picnic or mattered or get a question answered that that you'll need along your journey. You might have heard the court with says when the student is ready the teacher will be right and and I want to to our efforts breath this court into reality by making it easier than ever before for members in community to access mentorship and support and feedback. And Ask yourself this question. Does one goal that you have for your life right now. Do you want to heal your emotions and liberate or released some negative energy that is stored. Do you want to attract more abundance into your life. Whether it's manifesting in new job on a new opportunity are do you want to connect with your higher self twelve and the truth about yourself within so whatever that goal is that you would like to work on just is lax and not. I bet there is some one in our action Dr Community there is a mentor. Who has gone through the exact same challenge as you are going to? Who Right now and has found a solution to it so if they can then so can you alright so we have covered a lot of ground around on this video just relax? There's nothing that you need to know right now or do right now for now. We're going to go or a few questions that had have been sent to us for members who are watching this video CDs to the first question is Aj. I am a complete beginner. Will this work for me. Firstly that's a great question. The mentors have been invited to be part of this. 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66 | Ayurveda and intuitive eating with Chelsea Spinos

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

39:41 min | 2 years ago

66 | Ayurveda and intuitive eating with Chelsea Spinos

"Welcome back to the real talk with Dana podcast, where we talk all things nutrition health, fitness mindset, with a healthy side of sarcasm. I'm your host Dana Montes of real food with sina. I'm a nutritionist and body image. Coach teaching women how to heal their relationship with booth in their bodies. Ditch the die cycle for good and truly thrive with real food. One delicious meal at a time. This is pursued sixty six of the real talk with Dana podcast. And today we are talking with Chelsea spy knows who is a health coach who focuses on integrating spiritual practices. Like iron beta with modern attrition and exercise to help her clients develop their mind body connection. More deeply today. We are digging into Chelsea's experience with eating disorders with body Dismore, Fiat, an exercise addiction and how she was able to start changing her relationship with food and her body so on the podcast, especially the past couple of weeks packs. Couple of months, we've been talking a lot about different people's personal stories with recovery and the different tools that they used to overcome their disordered eating or the need to control their food and improve their body image. And as you guys have been able to tell I like to provide as many, different modalities and. Tools that have people that people have been successful with as possible. So obviously when we're providing a lot of different perspectives here, you might connect with some you might not connect with others. You might think some are super. Woo woo. And like way out there, maybe some are too religious or spiritual for you. But it's important to keep in mind that all of these have worked for someone somewhere. So I would like you to keep an open mind. I'm in no way, saying like specifics of this episode that Chelsea story or way of recovery is like way out there or anything I've actually been meaning to kind of put this disclaimer in here, whatever you wanna call it for a while. But it's just taken me a little while to get around to it. And then so in the same light, whether we're talking about body image in relationship with food or we're talking about interpretations of nutrition, science and healing modalities. You might not agree with every opinion expressed on this show. I might not agree. One hundred percent with the perspectives. Or opinions that are shared on this podcast as a whole. But what I'm trying to do. Here is provide an unfiltered vast range of opinions and perspectives on health and healing and nutrition for you guys in the hopes that something here will resonate with someone somewhere. Even though it might not resonate with everyone everywhere and just as like a general philosophy. I think it's really important to expose yourself to a range of opinions and information on many sides of the spectrum in whatever realm we're talking about. So that you don't get so pigeon holed into one modality of healing or eating or exercising because let's be honest. This is why people get so religious and kind of cultish around food and exercise and all that kind of stuff. So even just being exposed and open to healing or hearing other perspectives and trying to see them from another perspective and really put yourself in someone's shoes. Even if you don't completely agree with them can really help you get over perfectionist. Tendencies that can actually fuel disordered eating and the need to control your food and exercise patterns. So that's my little like disclaimer not only for today, but like for the general broad range of this podcast. So anyway, that was much less about this episode with Chelsea and me just giving a massive like rancher. Disclaimer. So let's finally get to this fun episode with Chelsea spouse. Thank you Dana for having me on my name is Chelsea I'm a mind body transformation. Coach that integrates spiritual practices like iron beta law of attraction and manifestation with modern exercise nutrition science to really help people connect more deeply with their mind and body connection. So for me, and my wellness journey started a couple of years ago and actually started around the time where is it was kind of a dark time in my life to be quite honest. I had was living in a pretty toxic living environment. My parents had lost the family business, and it made me feel like I had really no control over my life or my circumstances. So to feel better I sought out fitness exercise diet, and I thought that by controlling what I would eat. How my body looked how much I exercise I would regain a sense of control over my life. Again, turns out it doesn't really work like that. I became really passionate about fitness just because it put me in this space that took me a bit out of my mind, and it really got me out of my head in terms of anxiety or stress that I felt and initially it started out as me wanting to change my body, which I think is for a lot of people on a lot of women people just trying to conform to a certain body image. But over time, I just would get in these really beautiful kind of meditative states while I was exercising. And it got me really curious about the connection between the mind and the body, and how it also connects you a lot deeper with your soul. And so I had spent a couple of years battling various eating disorders had body Dismore. Via and I eventually got myself out of it as they became a lot more educated around nutritional science, and how the body actually is using foods, how food is really just a form of nourishment and energy for the body that also connects a lot with your mind as well and impacts your mental state. And so over time fitness had really changed morphed into this very like spiritual connection for me where initially it started out as just being very focused on the physical body. But then I started to realize how wellness actually is impacting you on multiple energy levels and not just at the physical level, but also at the mental ended spiritual levels. So this over time led to kind of spiritual breakthrough moment for me. I this happened not too long ago about a year ago where I was on a run, actually and exp. -perienced an out of body experience. And this is so kind of hard to quite find words for, but I felt like I had become everything around me, and I felt a huge wave of release just flood over my being, and I started crying and laughing and smiling, and it was very intense. And from that went on I couldn't see anything the same a my entire perception of my internal self changed. My external reality changed, and I found myself on a pretty deep spiritual path and really trying to understand like haw what what just occurred in. What is this connection between the mind and the body, and so not really was the catalyst for a journey into spirituality, while still being very much involved in fitness and wellness, but there was a huge shift. And with this came a lot more appreciation for my body in a lot of gratitude for it and just doing the body. This vessel in gift that you were given in this lifetime to really experience and enjoy life as human being, and I became very fascinated in other forms of mind body connections. So that's where I wrote I really came in for me. So with IRA Veda, it's all about balancing the mind and the body in if you are in alignment with your true nature or the elements that make up your being then you feel a huge sense of alignment, you feel like your highest self. And this really helps you connect to a more liberated state in ira- Veda extends into pretty much all of life were irate is really much a lifestyle of yes. Food is impacting you, and it's patting your mind and your body at different levels. But so as exercise so as the routine that your following on the daily basis, so is the work that you're doing for a living in all of these different factors are really? Playing into the role of your overall, wellness and your connection between the mind and the body. So it started out very much like a typical fitness of being on the physical side when to change my body. But it definitely created something within me that was much deeper. That is so cool. Thank you for sharing. 'cause as we talked about before we started recording over, Email and stuff. Like, I I actually have a pretty big passion for iron gate, but I haven't really talked about it that much on the podcast. It's kind of in underlying principle that helps me personally with intuitive eating in the whole like mind body approach. But I haven't really talked about it too much yet. So I would love to know like what what led you to our data or how did you even discover it? Yeah. I so for me it kept popping up, and I find this with things that I become interested in where I just noticed synchronous cities happening. And I think this goes in a lot with like, the law attraction and manifestation of your attracting, a certain energy that you're putting out. So I would just meet people that are needed practitioners vary randomly or I would go to the library. And just stumble upon a book around ir beta or I had done a retreat in LA, and I was staying in this woman's house, and she was an IRA vague practitioner in Kuna Alenia yoga instructor, and she had just a whole book show of ir beta books in. So I r- beta I feel it kind of came to me while I was also putting out some sort of energy around that as well. And yeah, I I don't really I can't really pinpoint one specific moment. Like, I had it. Sought it out. I do like it just kind of found its way to me. And I think that was just naturally because of my curiosity of mind body connection. Right. So obviously that was very transformational for you. But you can you talk about more despite things or maybe tools that you used or practices. You used to help change your relationship with food in your body. Yeah. So when I initially started out, I was really into the whole clean eating thing. And I think it's totally important be nourishing your body with unprocessed very healthy foods from from the earth, essentially, but I had found that it started creating this idea of restriction in my mind that some foods were good and bad, and I became really fearful of certain foods and over time it just a became a very unhealthy mind state around food, and it made me fearful of foods that I once ate all. All of the time and through that I just became very like, mentally and physically exhausted. I was losing a lot of weight. I didn't have a good relationship with food or my body image, and I had then stumbled upon a video around modern science and flexible dieting, which wasn't approach. It was pretty big in bodybuilding that more like physique focused world. And it was saying like will your body isn't really knowing if you're eating like a Donut or broccoli, quote, unquote. So it's like people have made up the words for that. But the body is just seeing protein carbs fats, and then all of the vitamins and all of the minerals within that food. And so at the time, I was like haw this makes a lot of sense because they've taken biology, I've taken chemistry. I understand that there's like an energetic value to food. And so over time, I just slowly started adding in foods that I would have. Like, never touched. Like, I remember eating a pop tart every day for a week because I just wanted to see if I would still have ads and nothing in my body changed physically, and it made me really curious like, okay. Then why are we restricting certain foods or why why are we thinking that these foods are gonna make you fat in these foods are going to make you have a really muscular or thin body. And it became apparent to me that there's there's a really a science to this all on the physical level and so overtime. It was me just like, adding in foods and being okay with it and starting to balance out eating like ninety percent, healthy foods because I just love the taste of like vegetables, and fruits and whole grains, and all of that. But then still allowing myself to have a treat every now. And then and not be like scared to eat a piece of cake, if I was out with my friends or going out to dinner and just realizing that the. Packed on my body shape wasn't really making a huge deal. Gave me a lot more like courage to obvious foods back in. But over time. It it shifted again a bit where I started noticing, especially around your Vate. I started noticing that certain foods would make me not feel good. But they would be healthy. So I would eat a lot of raw foods. I would have kind of like those sparkling water drinks in. I would just notice that I would have a lot of bloating, and it didn't make too much sense to me because I was thinking like, well, I'm doing everything right? I'm eating healthier foods. I had gone vegan. And I just wasn't feeling my best self, and then what I delved into ira- beta it was becoming really a parrot that one of my Doshi was out of ballots, which has experienced experiencing a Bata imbalance. So vodka is Doshi, which isn't an energy energetic body. That the elements our air and then after in space, and so if you have a lot of those elements in your body from the Fouzy or eating because the food you're eating also have another energetic layer to them beyond just calories. So with those foods of raw foods, cold foods like smoothies or a lot of salads, raw vegetables bubbly, drink sparkling water. There's a lot of air in all of those. And so it was creating this imbalance in my body that lists than coming up as feelings of bloating and just not digesting. Well, and so it became a lot more apparent to me that food is impacting my body at a lot of different levels. And I need to be aware of my own body type and the more. I went into ira- beta was starting to realize how this is also affecting your mental state. So I would be kind of Spacey and a bit like with my thoughts all over the place. In a lot of it was again tied to this vodka imbalance. There was so much air in my body. And so I had to really change my diet and my approach to that to bring myself back into balance, and by honoring that balance it made me have a much more healthy relationship with food and really seeing food as this nourishment for both a mind in the body. So for people who don't know. Can you explain a little bit more about the three doses? Yeah. So in IRA beta, there's three different doses. Which are comprised of the five elements so water air are an author space. So for the three doses we have all three of them. But there's one or two that dominate are being. So it's our Doshi constitution. So first one is vodka which is air, then space in there as the elements, so with a Bata, this is the mental aspects of it somebody that is very creative thinking kind of flow e they have a lot of thoughts. This could also manifests as imbalances of being too up in your head or like to Spacey too much stress in the body being very anxious and physically of oughta is more on the slender in leaner side, and they have thinner features. There. Able to eat a like a lot of food and not really gain weight. So you can think of these people having lot of a high metabolism because they're always just moving very again. Like, you can think the wind that's moving a lot, and it's constantly in flux. And so that would be like the Bata energy and the different there's some different imbalances. Like, I said being anxious being stressed physically. They might experience cold hands feet, dry skin, dry hair, brittle nails, cracking joints because there's so much air in the body for a pit to that is fire in water as the elements water being more like you could think there's different forms of water. So for pit, Ty. It's more like that. Steamy aspect of water so with a Pitta, mentally they're very ambitious bacon. Achieve goals, set set them out they're constantly striving. This could also manifest is being a little bit. More rooted in the ego self because they're trying to attain goals, constantly physically. They have a stronger more muscular build they can put muscle on pretty easily in our very athletic in nature and again like vodka. They move around the law, and they have a lot of energy. And so for pitches imbalances can also occur as like too much fire in the body where it commanded fest as skinny irritations Hartford, trouble digesting and for a cough up, which is the last one. This is the water in the earth elements. So with a cough, the they're mentally a lot more grounded. They're comforting. They're loving kind of like that friend that you can always go to for advice. And they just console you. And with a cough physically. They're a bit larger in Bill that can put on both like muscle or fat pretty easily. So they have to be a little. Oh bit contingent on their diet of eating lighter foods too just go with that. And they do live more sedentary lifestyle because there are a lot more relaxed. They're a lot more grounded, and they're definitely not moving around as much as of auto or a Pitta. And so for a coffee any imbalances could really just be like stagnation being a bit too, comfortable. We are not really moving with the constant motion of life, and then also just putting on weight of the easier, but overall like a coffee has that water in earth energy. So they're they're joins her really well lubricated. They have like thicker hair, usually their skid is pretty glowing and full of like the right amount of oil. So all of these different doses. We have all three, but there's one or two that are more dominant. And who you are. And so with IRA Veda, you really want to live a life. That is going to bring your Doshi constitution in a line. Moment in imbalance. Yes. So to sum up, for example. So we have vodka who is very like light airy and stuff. So in terms of the foods that we want to be eating. They're more like grounding foods for Pitta for people who are like fiery and stuff like that. We wanna eat more cooling foods to try and like calm. The ego down for Coffey, who are very we like to think of grounded. They actually do better with like lighter kinds of foods. Exactly. So I would love for you to talk about. I know before you mentioned, you part of your recovery journey was discovering IRA, but also discovering nutritional science and how these foods actually worked in the body. So now, how do you combine r- beta and nutritional science in your daily life, and when you work with people. So the way that I approach it really is. I take a look at what is your fitness goal physically. And then what is your your dough show constitution? So for. Since I am of two pit. So I have to say so sad of autumn Pitta. And I want to lose five pounds. So in that sense, you have to take into account the calories and macronutrients of the meals at your consuming throughout the day. But at the same time with IRA Vega. I would want to fill those calories with foods that are going to help bring my Goethe in balanced. So in that sense. It's like looking at how many calories you're eating per day. And then filling that amount of calories with foods that are correlated with your Doshi constitution. And then what about people who are trying to get away from counting calories because they do have either a history of disordered eating or exercise in trying to improve their relationship with their body. Yeah. So I think with intuitive eating this is something that I currently practice. I mean, I had spent years weighing out my food. So I feel like I already naturally have a good idea incense for portion sizes. So I would. I'd say like intuitive eating can be really great to blend with IRA because with IRA Veda, you will if you're aware of any imbalance you will naturally eat the right amount of food for your body. So if you are experiencing some sort of like vodka imbalance in you know, that you're a naturally vodka. You're going to need to eat a bit more. And you'll understand that through the foods that are veta- would be recommending because those grounding foods like whole, grains root vegetables, different foods, like that that are a bit more dense. So if you are following IRA Vega, you actually are following an intuitive eating practice same with if you're a coffee, so with a coffee likley said you wanna eat lighter foods, so typically the lighter foods are going to actually have fewer calories. Whether you're aware of that or not and so again with intuitive eating if you're eating in relation to your Doshi constitution, your body will naturally get. That set point that it's supposed to be at physically, and then it will help you have that like mental clarity in that healthy relationship with food because you're gonna feel a lot more aligned in tune with your mind and your body connection. Interesting and then in terms of your relation to exercise our relationship to exercise, I know you've talked about using your IRA vedic constitution to kind of balance out your dosa by choosing different kinds of exercises. So could you talk about how that works? And then what kinds of exercise that you recommend to balance each dosa? Yeah. So I had initially come from a initially. I was into running, and then I shifted over to bodybuilding and powerlifting. And then now I actually do a mixture of all three because it really helps me feel most aligned with my constitution of being gotta in Pitta. So going back to the. Three doses. You could think of oughta is not very like airy moving slowly type of person. So for a Bata you'll naturally be drawn to exercise that will get your heart rate up, and we'll get you moving a lot. So think running dancing high intensity intervals a lot of cardiovascular exercises spinning those sorts of exercises will be the types of exercises of Bata would want to be doing. And so for like a pit they have that fire energy in them. So for a pit, Ted. They're going to naturally be drawn to exercise like lifting really heavyweights like the bodybuilding powerlifting, heavy strength training or Olympic trading or competitive sports, even and then for a cough since they are a bit more century naturally in have like a slower more grounding lifestyle in mental physical state. It's gonna be a bit harder for them to really get moving to begin with. Now, those are all exercises that you would not. Actually, be drawn to depending on your dough. Shia. But again with IRA beta the whole emphasis is on balance. So for vodka if you're constantly moving, and you find yourself running and spinning and going to these like fast pace than you, also yoga classes, you know, five six days a week. You're gonna want to contrast that with something that is a lot more slower in the ground you back into your body. So for me, I like to do things like again, yoga or more restorative slows. I actually don't do venue, also or like power yoga classes anymore. Just because there was so much movement. And then having a lot of rest and recovery is really important for Bata while because you're moving around so much, and I would also say a having like a solid meditation. Practice is really important to ground you back down. And this is the same for Pitta because you are exercising at a high intensity with the bodybuilding or the strength training or different source. Competitive sports. There's a lot of like fire and aggressive aggression in those forms of exercise. So again, a Kato would want a contrast with a slower form of yoga meditation. Something that's gonna calm you down and bring you again more grounded in back into the body and then for a coffee since it is like more sedan tree lifestyle. The balance would really just be finding the right amount of exercise that will be like a mixture of I would say cardio and strength training are really important to have for a coffin said that you are again like preserving any muscle mass that you do have. But then also removing any excess body fat since you are a bit more prone to that as a coffee. So we're talking a lot about balancing things out with food and exercise and meditation and stuff like that provided that there is an imbalance. Can you tell people a little bit more about based on their dosa how they would notice if there is an imbalance and some of the either like warning signs or symptoms or health conditions that might arise because of those. Yeah, I think there's a few ways that you could figure out the a balance you do really have to tap into awareness. So the I would be like a body awareness. So just be aware of how you feel after a meal and how it digested that's a really big thing. So if you're feeling really bloated or gase or just like a lot of air in your body that could be a vodka imbalance pitches usually are able to digest food. Really? Well, so that's not too much of a problem. But again, if you're having like constipation after a meal, or you feel very lethargic or just you know, like you felt like you just over a or anything. Like dot very full and not light and energize that should be an indication that there's some sort of imbalance. You could also find imbalances like cold hands cold feet would be like a two imbalance. If you have skin irritation or redness that could be a pit imbalance in. So these are just like physical aspects that you could become aware of. And I think the best way to think about it is again with like intuitive eating if you're eating intuitively, and you really paying attention to how food is making you feel physically and mentally even you can become more attuned for what might be out of balance. I do think it can get a bit harder in terms of lifestyle. Which is why I would say for a lot of people to follow like a solid meditation practice because once you can really still the mind and bring the body just back into center, you'll be a lot more aware of any imbalances that might be happening at the mental state. So for me. I experienced a lot of like vodka imbalances in the way that I become really aware of it is if I sit in meditation, and I notice a have a ton of thoughts moving around I came to grab my journal afterwards do like a stream of consciousness journaling session or just go throughout my day. And be like, I'm feeling dairy all over the place right now are have a lot of thoughts or a lot of limiting beliefs. I need to pay attention to this. So it's really about like walking through life with a bit more awareness that I think is a practice that you have to tune to yourself over time but without awareness. You'll be a lot more apparent when you have an imbalance. And again, like the first step would be to know, what your your Doshi constitution is. So that it's much easier to become aware of any of those those imbalances that might arise. Do you have any favorite meditation, either apps or like practices that you like to use that you could recommend to people? I so I think Joe. Don't use any meditation ops or anything I usually do completely silent meditation or listen to another like medicine music, where it's like stuff you would hear like the Emma's Tony in a jungle or something because it feels very grounding for me. But the thing that I actually do is I meditate right after my gym workouts? So some people meditate first thing in the morning said people meditate in the evening, but I actually do mind kind of like late morning, and I find that this is very effective because when you're exercising. You're moving a lot of energy around in your physical body, but also in the Stuttle body, and so with that much movement, you're actually opening up different channels and in the chocolate system, if you are familiar, those energetic centers in your subtle body. And so as you're moving there's a lot of. Flo happening. And if you're pretty tapped in between the mind and the body, you'll sometimes even experienced like, very flow like state, where you've maybe you're in a workout. And you're like, wow that our just went by really quickly. And that's because you really dissociated yourself away from these like, constant thoughts in your mind. And so you're creating this like, energetic flow of of just energy coming through the channel. And so when you sit down and meditate after a workout you're actually able to really ground all of that moving energy back into yourself. And with that I find so much awareness comes out of it. And it just puts me in a really beautiful like very blissful state. This could obviously be different for anybody. But I know there's like really great apps out there. I know a lot of my friends. He's insight timer. I haven't actually used that one. But doing guided meditations is also like great, especially if you have a lot of kind of flowing thoughts. You're just getting started cool in you. You briefly mentioned this. But can you talk more about the Chuck rose? Yeah. So there's seven energy centers in your subtle body. So for the root Chakra, this is at the base of the spine. And this is really the foundation for feeling very grounded in the material world. So a lot with material possessions. There's money there's safety in terms of physical shelter. So feeling very rooted in physical aspect of reality. And then the second one is the sacred shocker, so this is really around our sense of sexuality, pleasure creativity. And this again is still a very rooted energy. The third is the solar plexus. So this is feeling very in control of your life. Having a lot of willpower and a lot of conviction. This is where a lot of yourself competence in your feeling of self were also comes into play the fourth is the heart truck route. So the is the the center of your heart. And so this is really around love. Enjoy in feeling a sense of. Of peace within yourself and everybody around you and has a lot to do with our relationships both between ourselves and through other people as well, the fifth is the throw shock rats. So this is the throat level. And this is all about expression and communication. So when the throat Chalker is open, we feel very aligned with saying our truth and really living out our true nature until we really are the third. I talk is raped between the brow. And so this one is topping into your intuitive nature in your ability to really tap into divine. Wisdom and feel very connected to a higher level of consciousness and the seventh Chalker is at the very top of the head which is the crown shocker. So this is the highest talk GRA where you're fully connected to this higher power of spirituality in divine consciousness in. So this is where you feel a really like beautiful sense of bliss in you just. Feel super tapped into all of the different layers of of the world essentially that that aren't so apparent to I in. So you want to be moving all of the energy throughout this channel. When all of the choppers are open. You can start moving energy from the root chocolate all the way to the crown shocker, and that's what can give you that incredibly blissful state. But I think with the chocolate system it's important to know that it's a flowing in open channel. So as you rise energy up to higher levels of consciousness, you also want to ground it back into your body because any unlike we are human beings, and we're still having a human experience. So you still want to carry all of that spiritual energy that you might tap into throughout your actual like physical reality in your day to day interactions with people just normal living cool. That's awesome. Thank you for that explanation. So if feel wanna learn more about the truckers and iron, Vida, what are some of your favorite resources for that? Yeah. So I think I do read a lot of books my favorite one on the chocolate is called the wheels of life. I believe so I would definitely recommend that one and for ir. I actually my favorite one is called ir Vega and the mind. Let me check to see if that's the right title. Yeah. So that my favorite one for IRA betas Irbid in the mind the healing of consciousness. This one was really good for me. Understanding the connection between the mind and the body on a much deeper level in this book does go into law about the different types of foods that you eat how to find different imbalances as wall and just understanding there's a much deeper level to IRA beta. I think just starting with some of these books is good because I can honestly go very very deep, and you can kind of find yourself in a rabbit hole of spiritual information that can get kind of overwhelming to begin with. So I think it's a matter of just becoming more apparent at or attuned to the mind body connection. And then seeing the different types of foods that are recommended for the doses and the different lifestyles, there's tons of resources out there online too. But also just understanding that it comes down to what? Can you practice in integrate into your daily life? Like, you don't need to do everything that you read so just pick and choose what would work best for you and best for your lifestyle. And that will be the easiest way to integrate it in keep you doing it for the long run. Yeah. I love that. And then one question that I love asking all of my guests is what I guess aside from IRA Vida and chucker stuff because we've been talking about that the whole time, but what is one of the most influential books that you have read recently, the nature of personal reality by Jane Roberts. And this is probably the craziest book I have ever read in my entire life. It's this woman that experiences this this other altered being that comes through her and the name of Seth. And she just yet. It's really crazy. I had stumbled upon this in the library vary randomly, and she is just going on and on and on about life and reality and consciousness in how everybody is essentially living in their own personal reality, and it's dictated a lot by your mind. And there's a ton of not on this -ssarily information, but incites in realizations that she has about the connection between the mind and the body and the soul, and it's so crazy because she just saying this through this other identity, and like she has no conscious awareness of what she say. And her husband is like writing the book down. We are. Crazy book, and I've had to like read it and be like hot, let me think through this a little bit or like, whoa. That really through things offer me let me process that. But I think this is like an insanely good book. If you're really interested in like expanding your consciousness in just understanding this like really deep connection that you have between mind, body and soul. It's pretty fascinating. So at recommend this book for now cool will all definitely include that in the show notes. And then before I let you go. Let people know where they can find you on like social media, your website, all that kind of stuff. Yeah. Of course. So my website is Chelsea Marie dot com. And on their have tons of free resources around IRA also have like a Doshi constitution quiz. You can find out which does show you are. You can also follow me on Instagram at she is Chelsea Marie. And again, I. A lot on our your Veda nutrition exercise, spirituality, and and then I had recently started a podcast says while called the body of soul podcast, where talk about all things while nece in spirituality awesome. That is so cool. We'll thank you so much for coming on. Yeah. Thank you so much for having me. Thanks for listening to real talk with Dana. If you enjoy the episode, please share it with your family and friends and share the love by throwing us a five star rating in review on items, which will help spread the word and do a small part. Correct. All of the fitness and nutrition misinformation bullshit that's out there, which is only causing people to become more unhealthy. 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S1E25 - Jim Morgan Part 2

Sheep Things

50:33 min | 8 months ago

S1E25 - Jim Morgan Part 2

"Hello Everyone Walker here along with caleb fierce and we are sheep things podcast. Go with this podcast is to get down the basics with industry leaders, associations, breeders, owners, vets, suppliers, and anyone else. We can find to hear their stories and firsthand experience. Hopefully, we will ask the right questions to see what makes them successful, how they started and what they see for the future of the sheep industry. We hope to have something new weekly that we can share. So stay connection to our website facebook page or sign up to follow podcast service to get updates as published. Stay tune is we try to share our learning experience with you all as we dive sheep industry together. Everyone. Welcome again to the sheep things podcast you're listening to episode twenty five, and again we have a great guest with us today. Dr. Jim. Morgan is joining us again to talk a little bit about meet and marketing. So join us as we continue this conversation with him and talk a little bit about selecting. Cheap for a a meet system out of direct market incidents and thoughts on that pointers from somebody who really has done some amazing things with direct marketing starting out in a small southern college town and Building Pretty Successful direct marketing lamb business. So stay tuned and enjoy today's podcast. Yeah. So Jim. you start out drake market in lamb. So how'd you get into that and contest a little bit about that history? While the. I've never never sold a a sheep at a sale barn everything all all solve animals either gone is breeding stock or as meat. And So in nineteen, ninety, nine, the Fayetteville farmer's market didn't. Didn't allow any processed products they had a permit, so they were on A. City Street in the City Square? Around on historic postoffices where the farmers market has always been and it's A. Large market with one hundred vendors. At today now back in the nineties, but they only allowed fruit and honey. And embezzles. Asks and. Narrowly goat dairy that started up one or two. So she she got the city rules changed so that you could sell. Processed products than I was the first meet mentor. and became known Issilam Mana Fayetteville. Time and. And started out you know learning. The A crash course in Anam in getting lamb processed and sold at the farmer's market. And it was. It was a little. is definitely a learning experience because the. Family. USDA inspected facility. I would get. Lamb T. bones lamb chuck rose slam chuck steaks. So, finally said, well, are are really rather have long jobs and. Blade Chops and so forth. So I said well could come down to the processing plant. and. And and I'll help and so. All. All about four lambs in. Twenty years I've always been in the plant when they've cut the lamb. Incredible learning experience, you know you know. Get. Side usually being between the. The. Saw Person and the people of packaging the lamb in the packages and I go what's this and they said the a state So pretty soon is able to identify. The, you know you know all the cuts and even. Even now, you know that's the point. Now, the the new people that have changed over, it's changed a management. Online. Okay. Yeah. I have to tell them what the cut is. You know. So I was a good experience in it. Also you saw what was you know I could talk? Someplace I can talk about individual packages you'd have three or four hundred packages. that. I'd take back to our freezers then IB at farmers market and somebody said, they said, why do I still use US package along shops and not that one or the shoulder rose cut a little better you know saying that Well you know an. Or you're cutting one, hundred, twenty pound lamb. And all of a sudden you're getting you know. Thirty percent more leg stakes. than. You did from the one whole leg alarm. It's okay. So the next one you need. On the fly change cutting directions and say how a lot more late they'll want more soldiers. It's it's. Doing the. And so I, started learning I started out real simple didn't sell. It's partly anything. Over overtime. Increased increased a lot of my sales at the farmer's market. And then about two thou-, it's around two, thousand and two. I know you know the the organization that tried to work for where other staff people started a look got a grant from. Southern, sustainable research, and education to promote local food. and so we had four restaurants do local dinners and. Since I had the USDA inspected product around. There is lamb most of those dinners. and. So I developed few relationships with restaurants. Most part. You know there's definitely some experiences with restaurants I was selling at the health food store. at one point I was buying. A couple of people who didn't want to direct and weren't close to fat villain is buying. Upwards of fifty to sixty grass lead lamb's a year. that I was. Able to split between my sales, the restaurants to the health food store and an US most my own product for the farmers market. But it you know so you could sell. The health food store at that point was doing a seventy percent marco. And so. I Need Selma ten. Dollar. Job in seventeen dollars in two thousand and long you know that Pretty expensive and so I would move the shoulder. Shoulder cuts and the ground to the health food store, and then the wrestling to take the law jobs in the nose. and. The other thing about restaurants is that. It's you know it's always it seems like a great idea and it's definitely a great promotion. Not have that at my farmer's market table the selling a these high end restaurants unveiled or you know a Theo's. Renounced Grill. But. They. They only want one cut. So you have to see you need to have a diversified market to be able to make. Make make work at restaurants you know and I finally found one restaurant that would do round mountain farm play to the day. And they buy. Three whole lambs at a time. And put them in the freezer and. Then each week they would do a different cut. Has Played at the day and that way I didn't have to worry about inventory I to sell them a whole lamb. Yeah. Best and the other thing in better advice to selling the restaurants is is to work on them to have specials and so that when. And work with the shaft so that let's say you have a lot of blade jobs or shoulder. you you. You work with the shaft Let's figure out how to cook this fit in your your. In your menu Yonhap specials or. Leftover. So it you know that's one of the best ways you know working with restaurants. So we'll have a question about that. So it's something that a lot of my friends bring up a Caisley as you mentioned, having a having a restaurant, do a specialist. La- say you've got somebody wanted to do our lamp sliders or whatever in your small thought you know. Art luscious face at our membership. Majority of our Fox twenty five, you know to forty years probably. So for restaurant in a decent sized town runs a special on. Let's just say lamb chops you know. Then You know once or twice a year takes takes a majority of your of your lamb. What if this restaurant has a real demand for that? And they've never really had lamb before now. They've now you've created a market that you can't supply. So now they find though Caleb over here who has you know five hundred years it don't matter what brand they are, what breed day are you know and there is and? You've created the market. And they let you for Caleb because you couldn't handle it. Well So I always worked directly with the shop developed relationships with the chef, and then they would put on the menu around farm and they'd off often they invite me to the meal. When they ran the specials to say, here's the you know that contact with the person raising so that that's happened several times I work those SARS restaurants. We'd never I never went any of the chains and and also most of the restaurants For me, you know currently, I'm selling lamb chops a fifteen to seventeen dollars a pound. Of That means the entree needs to be fifty dollars or seventy dollars so they. They only do my specials on. You know if you really sell unless they can produce lamb at and sell. A Oh chops, you know eight to ten dollars a pound most restaurants in moderate sized towns can't. Can't handle that. He's you have to work to develop, develop the relationships and find chefs want to do local and WanNa work with. That but. But if you have a restaurant, the Wants to. Put It on the menu that that's not a small farm is your. Ultra light to. My chops aren't going away. Point four pounds everyone you know some of the chefs were used ordering. A steak with A. That weight you know and I said, well, this is this is the way to teach. Teach the public and chefs that. Not all sheep not all spheres are the same size you know a diversity is. is part of that making that connection with the farmer. So, what is the marketing alike since it seems like you've had a chance to develop a market You know I hear from people time well, I don't. I don't have market here and I'm guessing that you know Fayetteville isn't isn't the. Seattle of the world or the Los Angeles with the world as far as population base goes. What's the population like in one? That's you know kind of more of A. Like a college town or is it a resort town? What is? What's the atmosphere? It's it's it's a college town and over time. My early customers would have been college professors that came from other parts of the country you know A. South. You know until the Qatada got got here the south didn't really have any land people weren't used to having lamb around. One of the things extensive done as. Sheet in the south. And the sheep were wiped out in the civil war, you know because everybody eight, every had eat everything you know. So there hasn't been so so the the people from other parts of the country that eight land and then probably. The late two thousands. I started getting twenty two to twenty five year olds to twenty eight year olds that were more interested. You know and some people know that you know the. You know my dad would not eat lamb Traces Dad Manati lamb. They in World War Two. Every third night they had an Australian. Merino. About a front Florida six year old call us ever can. You know. Really good. and. Could also. I. Never I never did it to my dad. Of creases. TRACES MOM, and And Theresa. would. Have fixed lamb for. For Her dad and we wouldn't tell him and he'd say Oh. This is really good, knee. CA. In any we tell him it was laughing he just shakes his head you know after. In the end. But we never be but if you ask him. Two years a year later, two years later. You want land. Now he says, I don't eat land you know and then. He ended up eating it again you know and not knowing what? I did my kids that way and They got to where they would eat meat. And You know in and they would they would brag about all this is really good and then you know dumb may make some crazy sheet comment you know or by or something you know. The end of the meal Nah just freak out so. They were they. They wouldn't necessarily eat something if they remotely thought it had laminated, and until recently you know my daughter's moved off got married but now she's Cadillac. That's pretty good. That's pretty good. You know. You loved it in years ago. Did know it and that's one thing that I've I've you know I think Robert United talked about in the podcast before and I've talked with other people about is just That people will go to the you know the the go to the store and buy a cut of beef or whatever by some chicken and and cook it up at home, and they cook it wrong and and they still keep buying beef. But if they do that with lamb, they just they refused lamb again and so I don't know what the hurdle is. Cultural. Hurdle. Let my daughter. I'll owner river and we have a feral hog population in the last ten years out and and her husband trapped in and killed a wild boar. This thing had more ticks on it and you could stick on lassie and. And they, of course, dressed it out and cooked bragged about how great it was and I'm not y'all won't eat a lamb that has been. This had the greatest life on Earth Julie is taken fasted. The Juno nothing about you know. So that Kinda that Kinda got her over the Hump Little Bit and I kinda shamed her into you know. I mean, really people people eat deer and wild boar knock as sub and Armadillos all this weird stuff like it. So got a delicacy in you know darn. Well, it ain't good right and But Anyway, yeah, you know for some reason lamb and goat man I mean they they think they're eight and a scumbag I you know yeah it's amazing. Some of the wild game on here I mean if you were to put it side side with lamb, you're not gonNA. Wait. You're not gonNA say one stronger than the other The Land May actually be more mild especially if you've been given a good diet or whatever. So yeah I don't know how we how we get over that but Have you gotten over that with your customers tried to talk him into a no. You've told the story before about a customers with mutton How? Yeah. Now it's Experimental along the way you know I started. I. Use The oh, that mastitis. Or you know end of it, and so we start butchering them and. And thought we had today sausage but we. Didn't have to. A, lot of gourmet customers only want meat. From two to five year old US they were. They prefer the mutton visit. It's a little richer you know. Is Low richer, and so they they enjoy it so and I solid I, sell it for less. In one, hundred, Fifty, eight, hundred, fifty, pound lamb. is cheaper per pound for processing the same price one, hundred, pound Lamour, hundred, fifty, pound you. It so it works out while I, have I have developed A. A mutton. Mayor GAAS NPR. G. U.. E. Z. Sausage. that. A lot of people rave you know in hundred pounds aided as cups of Paprika forecourts, a pomegranate juice you know two and a half pounds of ginger, a fresh ginger, genetic pounds a garlic, and so it it has a great labor in new also. So we have done some things with that but we had fairly good luck with that. You know. Have the right customer that comes up. You know speaking back to hell I sell you know you you know that I know I kid with Nice. Well, why don't you try some red meat with flavor for you'll find that beef is boring after you've had lamb. How's how's lamb lover and I go? It's the Lexus of livers. Everybody says, lamb is the best liver ever Lamb liberals a little less intense. Than than our classic remembers of Liver and onions that lot lot lot of. Recall taken. People do really like. People do really like it. You know it's they said, I said, well, it's still still ever. It's just. Land Lover is milder than. Dogs. Gut. Eight. And occasionally the weightlifters. Of. At a customer farmers market that came through and bought about liver to he was going to blend it need it raw. I was like. Nike. Eggs. Yeah eggs, raw liver. Off A. Lot of. Lot of the Mid Eastern customers, university town while the law by deliver So I think the biggest point is with most shepherds is they don't cook a lot of land or seth yet, and so they're not confident in. They don't they don't. Know How to prepare enough options to really love it, enjoy it and talk about it. So it's hard to sell something that you don't lack you know. You're not convincing. You know I convince somebody to like ice cream. Let me take. And Lamb you know those are the two things. I. Could Talk You into lock. or at least trying you know those it brisket ally brisk. So we you know we've. Developed about sixty recipes over time in some time you know maybe next year I'll I'll try to get those in a format that's friendly to the Internet. but. We have about sixty recipes. There's. Out of those sixty. Every one of them about two or three. You know you look forward eating yeah. We should try that. You know do that again there's. A A listener spirit three that are in there because they take fifteen minutes an everyone everybody does deliver. Liver. Recipe you Dijon mustard? Redline. A Mercedes three. Little garlic no. Make A. Little Red Sauce with A. It's a French country recipe. Also look it up in a patty and feed it to your dog. or go those members who live near larger cities in our those scheepers Our. Cities. I. You can probably. Lamb Lever for eight to ten dollars a pound to. Do. The Dog. Community. Oh Okay Yeah You know because I was talking to. Debra Blake who has been a longtime member up lows outside Portland and she says. She says, well, we can't afford to eat lamb I will. Eat, the. Bones are left. So most half our students that we make Come from lamb bones you know the leftover bones you know that you know as we damone shoulders and so forth we saved the shoulders and like parts of legs in in different cuts you know. So we make a lot of students. I I can sell. Lions for dollars a pound. You can make a great stew has plenty of tons of flavor the bones really improve the stock and she says. In Portland. Oregon you can't afford to. Use, your bones. In two, thousand, five, she could sell all our land bones for five dollars a pound. Which is basically I end up throwing away bones I can't sell them all. Even, even if I eat this. Every but I do find people by the bugs and probably probably if you with more time, I could probably from more of. But again, I hear that a lot is we can't afford to eat our own meat. If. You can't afford to eat your own me to to grow how do you afford to buy I mean. shouldn't have be your lowest. Cost. Protein some grow yourself. Chickens chickens pretty cheap. that. That's a notch above liver in my view. I mean, we eat it. My wife gets it all the time and I'm like. Chicken. That was your only choice. You Know Diana, she likes chicken but man I. I, it's their land. Land because of the fact that. There's basically. It's a little simplified, but basically, there's the same number of sockets. On lamb pig as for a pig or steer has the same shape. And the same number cut so it. So there's a lot more labor involved in taking lamb carcass to product, and so automatically you're twenty five percent higher. Than than. Than than by that and Also. We. Unless, you take advantage of you know the. Way, the USDA farm program is. The. Pro. If you're doing grass-fed land you're probably it takes more land area. You've got more capital involved in your operation than buying some of the byproduct corn and soybean products which are. Cheaper than cheap, definitely lot cheaper than than buying land. around. So your land for houses after your after you retire but so it but. Nine its debt. That's definitely marketing is developing a bunch of recipes in in I've sold a lot of cuts. You know I said, well, why don't you try this and here's a recipe and I show him a recipe and I said. I know. The. Increase doesn't like the story, but I'm gonNA tell. You there's somebody else. They come up by Iraq ally on and I go well, do you want the recipe? Saved my marriage twice in two days. And And they go sure shot in and slow Those about two, thousand, two or three in woke up on. Christmas Eve morning. Twenty, four inches of snow. and. In whoa. You're really rare Arkan's on in I. Don't have any structures set up for yeezy figure well, one day. Every two years might have to deal with some snow enough snow that it changes farming operation well. Spent all day locating water tubs in the hey tubs that were under snow. Yeah I come I come in at five o'clock. You know Getting, Hey, to all the different products, the sheep rat come at five o'clock. She says, well, what we're GONNA do for Christmas Eve when I go I still have three hours of work. It off the top my head I, said, you know I've been wanting to try this rack of lamb raspy. Here's the recipe. Here's the rack. A handle both of them to her. Came in about nine o'clock and this rack lamb raspy which just depend. On. The next day. Sort, of thing, trudging around through twenty inches of snow. But this time Laurie I got three inches We we didn't have Christmas Eve than and. And she loved the Rack Lima Work. Well. and. I said, well, I got a second rack. So, we had the rack two nights in a row and as a hit, and she forgave me and And the. Inside of used that to sell lamp a couple times. But it's dijon mustard based. You know little on the stove top and then a Dutch oven. Oven you know it's just. You know best rack lamb I've ever had still. I'm fixing to do one today I bought a Rotisserie attachment for my big Green Bay. And I'm fixing to stab after we get through talk and it's going on so. You know. So it's been fun getting those recipes. You have the story Israelites. Are definitely on both with the chefs. Are. The chefs that worked with the? Customers are work with where I've ended up with yarn what I really enjoy is. The one on one interaction with the customers. And that's it was. So Yeah, that's something I miss about not doing the farmers market anymore in in one of the reasons I've thought about going back is just that interaction with the customers and getting that feedback. I. Miss You know hearing from my customers. Of Oh, you know this this was a little bit stronger. This was really mild or it was a little more lean and and then tracking down that that number on that package sent them and figuring out which lamb it was and what I did differently. Did you notice that with when you said you're there with the processing? Have you have you changed any of your your management practices by watching lambs come through there as far as when you take a man or how you finish him in Pacu operation at all doing that. The. You know I don't notice too much different sign the part of the only time I've really had a differences when. you know the processor. Hung on an extra. Four hours at ninety degrees. those rules stronger flavored lambs over. We've. You know. I only have about a as fellas developed I. Only, have about a fourth of the. Land of grazes I used to in the in the one major pasteurized left can handle about one sheep per acre So it's pretty poor land. I don't own I. Haven't invested in in. You know in. Really in the fertilizing the possibly not ill. Needed to really improved pasture where I could run more sheep. So I've gone to using soy halls. Of really believe in. And not. that. That is healthier for the sheet in itself Healthier for the fat in the lamb, if you use a fermentable fiber Roy forage. As less you get fewer Omega sexes. I. Think it'd be. That's import a site use soy more than I used to use little more alfalfa Hay than I used to. Be More forage, but which is met, my lamps finish at one hundred twenty rather than. at one hundred and occasionally at one, hundred, thirty, one, hundred, forty. Soya also allow that. And did he can get that with Alfalfa to or just? Yeah just also office lot more expensive. Yeah, you know soils. Soils. have the equivalent calories that corn date is just fermentable. mannered in the room in rather than digested. In the stomach And it keeps the Ph. so the Ph of the room stays basic. You know a lot of corn. You gotta add, sodium bicarbonate. Keep the Ph down so that you don't get also in the room in all these bacteria leaking out into. into the. Into into the body cavity. So and soils just locked law healthier and. Basically can't they as she can go for meeting on the eating? Eating eating a full meal. A are all Cape get come from soils wouldn't kill him. Whereas corn. You'd have to. Ramp up slowly. So that they wouldn't get acid. Or Get Roberts been trying to talk to this whole deal? And I'd. Like My. Prefer to not have to the GMO's inside I don't know how to get away were is the word soy that bothers. It's if you call them something else hole and it would be a big deal. There's you know there's three different. You know there's the Westerfield Diet which is no soy. You know there's the GMO, which is a problem. There are a few sources through non GMO soils other are. there. I. I. Would need to change my storage operations so I could buy several times at a time. Yeah. But you know that sort of thing there's actually some mushroom growers at the market that want me to go in on. Buying tons of it. You know the the. Chautauqua Mushrooms moisture mushrooms grow really well on soils and they wanted they wanted to do a non GMO. And and for the for our listeners out there, the whole is is not coming from the soybean right I. can you explain that difference to our listeners of Not Actually, calebs customers need to be listening. The. So there's the POB, the soy halls are in. being itself, and then there's a little old skin layer like sir, the red layer on a peanut. That that's what flakes off during the processing nets, the soy hall in its stat that's ground into an cooked into appellate. So it's not the piled and that's not the bean. It's a little little layer on the outside. While at takes a lot of swain's to get. Also. So it but. It's So, during droughts, it's the only. Feed. Your Andraos when there's no hey, and you have a certified grass-fed operation. Also. Halls are the only alternative feed that is allowed to retain your grass-fed certification. during it. So it because of the similarity of fermenting soy halls for many grass. Would Cottonseed Hulls being the same? Are they in the same boat own No. I think that's actually. Embarrassed in. They've got a treat that treat that before they feed it. It animals deserves a toxin involved in in that in end with soybeans as well. You need to cook just the next because there will be a few. Beans and soybeans needed to be cooked before ingested by an almost. And saw. I. It starts with a G. In are not remembering the name of the gospels are something like that. That's in in cottonseeds it you know needs to be treated I haven't looked into it, but it I don't think it's fermentable. I don't think it's a fermentable product, but they add a lot of that in daily rations. Yeah it it. You. Don't think LE-. Lend farmers used used it in in some his rations us as well. You know the it's pretty standard. I'm pretty happy. I do it's pretty simple I feed. So halls if I need more protein, Iot? ALFALFA. And If I had easy access to GMO, I would be using GMO in both. Because customers like you know you know that and it's also. Round Up, they're starting to find by more and more issues with roundup in foods. So that's the thing. Yes proxy that's my big big hold up on the the soil hotel it's because I'm not necessarily opposed to. Soil holes I mean my opinions kind of just like another plan right I mean just a seed and that's a legume and it just the GMO factor that I've. Been Mark Concerned about. So yeah there's let's let's you know if you you want standard land, you go to the grocery. Store. You know you know in? One way that you can differentiate. Incidentally away to Gret market is one way you can one way to differentiate your market your lamb from the store in I think it's not it's. You don't rub it in or the customer and you don't sound superior beside the these are practices in this why were done? you don't say other lamas inferior. You know in. So they asked me all my lamb. I say also many many of our gets the best land they've ever had. I know. IBM aside as soon a statistician. Lamp impossible for that I always have the best land but I know have good lamb. I have a good product in I also made my customers say it's the best lamb have somebody that buys five hundred dollars a land, every three months, and they won't eat it in a restaurant. These always get upset because it's not. It's not just lion land. So my issue with chicken. The chicken at the store has no flavor. You know it's it's interesting in an i. see with the Katahdin. Use. The. There, there are specialty labels of French chicken called La Rouge or Red Label. And they don't allow any chicken to before twelve weeks of age because that's when the flavors start developing united. and. If you really the flavor I in A. In. A three year old hand. Making a soup three year old hand is is a lot. Also life changing experience. When it comes chicken, the actually has flavor. Is the big green egg big green egg fixes, lots of problems you know and so and so the. I actually prefer. Meat from a four year. Old You. You know it's just. It's just richer. The same way I don't like I don't lock lamb I I like I like older lands. I, like you know fifteen sixteen, eighteen months old attorney back out to pasture with US abandoned and and then I get to process when I'm ready when I have the freezer space. Of they get some more size to for free I don't have to feed them I can grasp Adam like in marble owner own and thank tastes great. That that's my process. You gas can have all the lamb. You want. I want I want to not allow. The Direct market several fourteen, and fifteen month. Old Lamp Ramli intact Ram lambs. and. Haven't had any flavor issues. Flavors been fine The. The key thing is you have to keep them growing. You. Just, you know. Whether people I saw as lamb tender while I am always tender usually processing four months of age you know in the does no time to develop tough. With grass fed beef. You have to keep them growing every day. You know if you go through a slump pastor you get end up with tough beef and you have intact ram lamb. Or Attack Bram that's fourteen months old. You let them set all letter when you didn't have any grass than you try to wait for the spring flush I did that one time I. Had Refund some some product. because the the rib chops and moines jobs were really tough on a fifteen month old ram Saturday eighty pounds. From November to February then grew two hundred forty. Two months you know. Things I only but we pretty much do all intact grams. We have dentists for that now. It's not. Okay difficulty. Well, what's the best land I night in what's the best taste? I said get as far away from the lawyers you can. and. Say I want the tenders cut an I go. Will the flavors were the lambda toughest the shank The shoulder, the neck. You know parts of the leg. Arabes. We all like smoke barbecued ribs. From Or most of us, you know those those are the toughest ones and I go I want tender and then I go. If I got the right person I say data's. A. Hundred Years ago people had tender because their teeth. We didn't have the teeth care. Now we have Dennis eat the tougher cuts they have the most flavor. Of Get again, you have to pick the right customer whether. Again and I don't I. I only ban mind just for management on my place I just. You know a handful that I think I will consume for myself and I'll turn it back out with my us that way down now I don't have to fool with them. You know it makes it easy for me gets you get about ten percent faster. Yet, ten percent better conversion to to thanks happened with using attack Ram lands. One. At very important back in two thousand had smaller guitar. You know. You want as you get better conversion of foodstuffs to protein. So you get more growth more meat. You know another thing is that you can extend the growth curve. So all animals have an can't show it on the screen, but all animals have sorta plateauing affect you know the US and weather's or castrated males plateauing effect where they reach apart really start adding a lot more fat than meat and put growing. While if you Leave. An intact male. A lamb that had been castrated would've had ideal amount fat at ninety, five pounds of. would. You could grow to one, hundred, ten or one, hundred, fifteen. because you get that impacted of the steroids a natural steroids, and so that's the other reason for. But. For Management, a lot of people castrate for management reasons and with A. And? Back in ninety nine and two, thousand and two, thousand one when I was buying. Buying. grass-fed lands if I had intact rams. that were a hundred pounds I knew always had a rib in line. I that I could sell you a ninety pound. Auden. Back in ninety, nine, two, thousand did you could get? A. I or a rabbi by the size of your fingers of those were united. So if you can for me in my system, you know having them intact. That and occasionally find out the fees are excellent on that one year ready to budget your changed your mind on the and really liked that one of their intact you can do something about it. Yeah. That's one of the things that I've noticed too. I don't know if you've seen this but I mean. Even from like from two months to four months, all see differences in weight gain I mean how some that grow really well two months and then just kind of Stop just don't really do well by four months and then. Vice versa, some that don't do as well to two months and obviously that has to do with. And maternal leaning late but Ben from even from from four months to six months or eight months or yearling weight. Sometimes I see different some the that just turned out Lookin' uglier not out very well, and and and as much as I don't. WanNa. Select you know. Select ones that that do that I mean I still watch the the four month weight gain because that's where the majority of my income is I'm not trying to get big ones that year but the same time I don't know I, Kinda see. See some muscle expression in development. Yeah. A few lambs do really well because of their moms and then a few lambs do really well on spider moms after you win. that. Certain. So Hope those so that brings up a a something I wanted to discuss since we're all in the. carcass. And we kind of touched on Account. Touched on back as a kid a Wissam doing some suffolk feeding or something. my Internet was going in and outside a missed some of that but. The and and I don't know why I guess I just with host office. Do I just got the Virginia Tech Sale Catalogue and the sale was last weekend. So I didn't get a senior results. When was the sale? Well, I got the catalog this week and You know if you look at the White Games. and. Some of the performance measures the Kaden was right there with everybody. there what one breeder ain't there is four five sheep involved but from from some of the gains and. That looked at. he was right. There was with all the. door sits and dopers and. What else is there maybe suffolks but we were still lacking on lowering. So so the steals so that haven't been at the Steele's tavern some of Mexico's. You not woulda parasite test. No. Status Tavern and I. Totally full choice feed. on ener getting four and a half five percent of body way today. So as far as you know. So you pointed out that the concern growing at fine compared to the others you know the you know the top topics. The top suffix are GonNa grow better than guitar maybe they weren't at this particular task you know the really top. Frames. It's the it's the conversation. I had one time with dot Kennedy when he was complaining about. A in sap guys saying that you know hack and you say you're in the top one percent of the breed when when it was only you know couple hundred in there and I said, well, how can you be the reserve shape in North America? There's only two rams in the class it's the same deal in his feed test the over Virginia. You're only compete with what's there. So don't matter if the best you don't know if the bachelor they're the worst there nine, this the ones that are there right it it's well documented that. You know that suffix are the fastest growing cheap. You know in in the world in the US. It's well documented. been some research. USDA recent center that the. Tax just as fish in it just doesn't slower. Takes the same amount of feed. To put a pound of meat on a textile as does on A. On a on a suffolk. But it just does a little bit slower. Norbert Finish at a lower finishing. Those he'll at and meet the meet. Our Center is arguably the best meat. Center in the world in in most in most areas and not saying that every recent product is top his better than but they've done pretty well. So that's pretty much there. That was episode twenty five. With Dr Jim Morgan Menial you guys have ever called in K. chess over the last. Fifteen twenty years. And had any conversations of GM you for sure have got the same enthusiasm that that he still has today. With AB, the selling me cooking meat and just the Qatada. Brady general so that that's a away from this episode and man look forward to the next one because we got another maybe to coming up Kate, you later thank you. Thanks for listening to the sheep things podcast stay connected to our website facebook page or sign up to follow us on podcast service to get updates we want your feedback. So you can email us at podcast at sheep things dot com for suggestions or comments. Thank you and see you later.

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260  Professor Powers Prodigal Podcast

Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

1:02:03 hr | 1 year ago

260 Professor Powers Prodigal Podcast

"Man jay malice sugars around kind of thing else. You'd think people would catch on at some point though like that. There'd be warnings about the necklace with a face that possesses you. I don't think that would really make much difference as we saw with polaris mouse can attach herself to her victims without consent and the choker isn't even her only means of transition. Just the classic one weighed. How else can you catch. Malice sneezing unprotected sex opening an email attachment. I'm jay additon an milestone folks and we are here to explain the x. men because it's about about time someone did welcome to episode. Two hundred sixty of james miles explain the x. men where we walk you through the end to end the ret cons of comics greatest superhero soap opera and welcome back to tragedy and convoluted two of our favorite x men topics also are superhero codenames. Oh man i guess which would be which which i'm definitely conflusion tragedy. I mean i do like a good sad. Story got really into torchwood. Never saw the final season though my partner anna said that i should just <unk> pretended didn't exist and i trust her but for now this is not a podcast about torchwood in the least this is a podcast about books that mostly start with aks and the roulette wheel has led us this time to you asks factor previously unexpected her tragedy and convalescent basically pretty much that from the start i mean whether it was the original five x. men during thereon for seventy issues or the new government sponsored team in their run lots of tragedy and lots of convoluted than i do kinda feel like x. Factors offers tagline for every every generation of it should be you tried right although i would really fit the mavericks investigations lineup as well wouldn't it if it's all of them seriously well before we get into how x factor is trying this time around. Maybe we should talk a little bit about how they tried last time around by which i mean in you know for the last couple story arcs all right like many of the other x teams at this point x factor the u._s. Government sponsored mutant team is bleeding members. Now they still have havoc alex summers there plasma blasting reluctant leader they also have polaris lorna dane. Magni does on on again off again daughter power amazing hair who's basically the actual leader of the team and who lately has been hunted by government agents like a couple times. We don't have strong guy caracella. The impact absorbing superstrong jokester and wolf spain rain sinclair the former new mutant and teenage werewolf who's recently <hes> regained the ability to return to her fully human form leading them is forge their tech wizard ponytail aficionado do not oh and government liaison. They've also been hanging out with immortal mercenary mutant named random. Who's basically an unofficial member at this point. He's an independent contractor. Who's working with them. Pretty closely and in fact was briefly. One of the government goons trying to kill polaris before turning to the x. actor side. You may have noticed a sad gap in the lineup. We just described because jay madrick's the multiple man as of recently was dying of the legacy virus stripes mutant targeting and apparently universally fatal aids aids allegory and this point has in fact died because the team had met an indian spiritual leader named haven who was convinced the world would become a paradise. It's only after a massive tragedy and figure she might as well accelerate the other to accelerate the one but she didn't seem all bad after all she cared wolf's bane of genetically implanted obsession obsession with havoc and enable wolf spain to shift outperform without becoming a mindless slave. She was also a prettiest effective inspirational speaker. So the the dying jamie madge rocks just about to finally succumb to the legacy virus asked haven to help him the way that she'd helped wolf. Spain didn't work and jamie died so that sucks and that leads us directly into x. factor number one hundred one after lives given the numbering. I feel like we should be doing basic. Introduction to the concept of x. factors at entry level in a way issue kind of is though i mean as much as it is the day newmont went to the story line where jamie died. What we get is each character's reaction to that death and i think we have very good picture of who these people are in a way. This is almost as good insight site into the characters. Psychology is factor number. Eighty seven was speaking of very good pictures at this point. The regular series artist is gender cima <hes> the writers. There's jammed at us. Who's who's find madison's very good durst them his terrific and <hes> she has inked by alamo. Gherman colored glenis oliver so madrick's rex's dead and this issue as miles is mostly about the intersecting ways. A lot of people are processing and reacting to that death and i mean it gets the x factor team a little bit later but first. Let's say hi to the guest stars this issue. <hes> straight over from from the main teams are storm professor. X and more mctaggart in the latter is an addition asian that i'm really really glad to see here because something that people tend to forget is that jamie lived on your island for a really really long time yeah as much as we didn't see ee a lot of his presence there aside from being essentially more as butler i mean there is very little detail revealed about what he did with mara but in terms of real time he was a resident of your island working with dr mctaggart from nineteen seventy seven to nineteen ninety one. I mean to be there. He was out of publication for a while during that right right so we can just assume he was there like i don't know bottling but multiple yes. She has a lot of feelings about this. She is really genuinely grieving for him and also so facing a even more complex situation that his death is bringing up for reasons that they're not gonna go into in this arc but are gonna come up very soon. Professor x's way of trying to be supportive is to pull a bunch of memories from whereas head which is widely on invasive in which seen actually really upset me. It's really weird because this it happens a couple times in the issues. We're gonna be talking about today and each time it happens. The people whose minds are nonconsensual -ly invaded. Don't don't really seem to mind at all. It seems jammed. Mattis has a different take on what ethical telepathy is in the marvel universe than say chris claremont did into madison's writing. It doesn't seem to be evatt big of a deal as long as telepathic intentions are good well in this case i can sort of hand wave it just because these are people who know each other very very well <hes> but she doesn't actually react terrifically well. She eventually asks him to to stop and just let her leave her alone. It is a sweet seen though in a way because we see some of those images for morris head of janney of him painting of him playing the guitar of him just being thing this multifaceted person that we really seldom got to see of him. Being who he was alone who he was when he wasn't putting on a show when he wasn't desperate for attention and i think is kind on appropriate that the only time we get behind jamie's mask is when he's no longer alive to construct that mask agreed wholeheartedly and what this does and i think what what morris memories really really underline is that instead of being someone who is sort of fractured and an uncensored uncensored. Jimmy powers were were basically manifestations of someone who is pretty well-balanced and multifaceted. I think this is how you handle the aftermath of the death in fiction. Well you have the tragedy of the death of course but then you just give the reader. Give the viewer. Give the whatever a chance to really get to know the parts of that character that are now gone. I think we really got that with <hes> actually doug ramsey's death and the issue where warlock animates his body and walks around and we get that here her in a decidedly much less horrifying gruesome way yeah marginally marginally less macabre <hes> storm along too and she mostly seems to have joined the trip to get some quality alone time with which they get an x. factors fancy new holiday and speaking of that that relationship sort of relationships that have evolved. I really really like where these two of land sort of an intersecting orbits where they're not really together but they come together pretty regularly and and the connection still elite exists and they can still sort of go back to it when they want to win. It happens to fall in line with the paths. They're already on yeah. I mean four seems to have finally backed off off which is good because he was a super douchebag for a long time but honestly i think almost losing his relationship with aurora having everything goes so far south. That seems seems to have matured him a little bit like he's a character who i'm okay being with being in charge of x factor and i'm okay with him. Being a romantic interest four character as amazing as aurora like ford forge in this era. I think is forged at his best. I like that he's not a romantic interest. He's romantic intersection. That's a really different thing that's a good point yeah because they do have that intense romantic and it seems sexual connection but they're both very much their own people and like you said they have their own spheres. They have their own things that they do. Forge gross his ponytail retail and wears tiny shorts aurora gets fallen in love with by various villains and yells out the names of her mutant abilities great. Oh speaking of j. so i talked a couple episodes to lisa winters about the spiderman beast crossover meeting agenda right yes excellent so one thing that forgot to bring up in the episode is that in in the animated adaptation from the spider man cartoon they get the original x men voice actors of course and there's this one scene where storm does her whole when sweep away my foes folks or something like that and spider man in response just says spider webs get sticky and it's delightful. I mean everyone needs battlecry right but i really like storm here. I also really like storms interaction with polaris in this issue because we get a little bit of that and those are two characters. We haven't seen together very much at all over the years. Oh you're absolutely right. I'm trying to remember whether they've ever actually been on the same team and and i don't know that they have yeah and they're a great contrast for one another because they're both you know the powerful women of their respective teams sure so. I think you you know on a very very very surface level. People put them in the same category but their personalities contrast so hard <hes> they also can both fly in both have a lot out of really cool hair very true as well but there's a great bit of dialogue here as storm is talking about how you know when she merges with the elements when she uses her power she really does is believed that everything is connected and everything has an underlying purpose and that makes you feel good about. Jamie's death and i love polaris response to that. I wish wish i could believe that storm but this world feels all too real to me and jamie. It doesn't feel like he's passed into something huge sacred. It just feels like he's gone hong. I love how unpretentious polarises. I love how down to earth and raw. She is when she's written at her best. Whether it's this whether it's the gifted maybe not so much in the silver age but you know silver age but that's hilarious. Is you know she's not this over the top. Incredibly i mean she is incredibly powerful of course but that's not her personality. Her personality is very much that of a person a smart perceptive vulnerable strong person in a way that i don't think we often see with a lot of superheroes. She's very very self aware she's very very competent and she's very emotionally competent and as well as your tactically and and superpowers lee competent we always complain about how in the modern era basically everything after you you know the big clermont run rachel summers was never written all that well okay after the davis run. I gotta say like after this running backs factor. We just don't get a lot out of polaris and that makes me sad. I hope we see heightened role for her soon. I mean she's not an any of the new line ups in the next era of x. Men but there's so much potential there yeah i think the mattis is polaris might be my favorite players from the comics at least up to this point. You know that's something. I've noticed about this run. In general i went into it remembering. It was the sort of okay run that comes after peter david but it's really really growing on me lake by this point by this issue. Madison's run is one of my favorites of this era. Let's thing like with peter. David's run it kind. It's peter david's run. It feels like the the center of the run. His peter david's voice and peter david is author and and breaks the characters away from that sort of almost forcibly patter <hes> <hes> in in ways that give them some room to breathe some room to really differentiate. I totally agree yeah and oh man speaking of characters that have room to breathe in that work so so so well frigging guido and rain who've become one of my favourite friendships in the entire x. men universe past present or future likewise so so much which honestly god makes the stuff that happens with them in i guess the most recent ex factor that much more party show in the hell on earth war god seriously and we're still repercussions of that although i guess they're both technically dad right now and we'll see how long that lasts it's complicated very much so but yeah greeted us all joking working around in one of the things i love the gender does here is she draws him smiling but with this immense plastered on almost like plastic mask issue grin that never ever ever slips until when he's joking around lifting rain up and dancing around with her until she calls him on it saying dude jamie me was your best friend. What are you doing just stop for a second and there's this one panel of his face just still and silent and that mouth is so much smaller holler because his face was always very cartoony. It's expansive and he just looks like a person he doesn't have that mask anymore and we see that so seldom with guido and in response ons we see rain who shifted into her wolf form out of anger suddenly shift back into her half human form and she just looked so guilty and i guess they both realize that they've kind of each stepped over a line i i've talked about liking <unk> art and she doesn't quite have larry stroman romans intensely dynamic cartoonist but she's got a degree of it that i think has been missing from the book. Recently and strong is definitely the character. You're in who that's most directly manifest. It's so good but the tension thankfully is interrupted by a couple of kids who are very excited to be meeting. Celebrities and guido just dives right in america's greatest champion captain capitalism and this is my loyal sidekick plucky the girl no wonder we've both been in suspended animation since one thousand nine hundred eight but we're feeling much better now thank you maybe recall my famous battlecry which gave hope to freedom lovers everywhere. During the dark days of the granada invasion for mother country and the dow jones industrials and there's awesome as rain is also just absolutely wonderful. She's just she's bright and some of that some of that is is is gonna salvors colors but the two of them together rather just get looks and feels young in ways that she kind of hasn't in a while and that's the thing this is rain from before that's something that really appreciate this era does is after all the shit haven did and after all the characters being furious with her. There's this nice subtle bit where she cured rain and as we see every time rain appears after she's cured by haven she really did your rain. This is the old rain sinclair. This is the irrepressible innocent lighthearted optimistic faithful rain sinclair that we did not see for the entire time. She had that your notion programming going on now now. All of these guys were at madrick's funeral but there was one member of of x factor who couldn't bring himself to go that is alex summers. The team's sleater havoc he headed instead to a diner to do what summers boys do best which is to collapse into a heap of self doubt yeah he's a summer's through and through who also like most summers though he can't catch a break because he happened to just choose the diner that was gonna get mugged and havoc is really wrestling pretty directly with the fact that he's a character in the marvel universe and specifically in a world where there is a correlation between green power and responsibility because he's got these powers that he doesn't want that he's got mostly under control but that are still massively destructive and and that that have for all of his life yanked him away from the things he cared about and forced him to do and be something that he isn't comfortable within that has now gotten one of his best friends for whom he was responsible killed and in fact she decides not to intervene because he's worried he'll just make things worse. He decides that yeah he should just let the diner give all their money the robber and let the robber leave and that works great until the robber decides to keep the waitress. He's got a gun to the head of as a hostage and that is when havoc snaps apps. Why did you do it. Would you have to put in this position. You think i wanna be hero. You think i want the responsibility you ever wanted never but no matter how many times i try to walk away people like you keep dragging back back to the violence and the hatred the debt and i am sick of it yeah like that time that have polaris we're about to graduate and then a shark fell out of the sky on them but but seriously that does keep happening i mean even have expressed freaking appearance where he was just a normal college student until an archaeologist tried to suck all the powers out of alex to turn himself delve into a big pharaoh dude yeah it's that that's rough and this is this is conflict that's been building for oil and that he's been cutting back act to periodically for a pretty long time like alex is the guy who just wants to have a life and keeps on getting pulled in sucked into x. Men stuff out of a combination of a vague sense of responsibility and absolutely crap luck which honestly as part of why i by the rosenberg lake exhausted beyond giving a faulk happy-go-lucky havoc the perpetually five o'clock shadowed alex summers slightly manic and just kind of blazes ahead yeah <hes> and at this point alex is just done. He's been at this point of frustration and fury before a number of times but this this time he's frustrated and he's lost a friend because of a situation he got into that there is no right answer to and yet he still blames himself for and alex makes a decision. I never wanted the skeptic blowing a bugle. Leading the troops off to war is my style aw but i believed x. Factor could make a difference in the world. I believe in the dream dream think hope charles and the others keep trying to make it a reality. As far as i'm concerned dream is over and alex's done. He quits x factor doctor. He should tell them that. He's quitting what he actually does. Drop his idea in the snow and then fuck off to hawaii for a while but <hes> that's going to be a relevant at least east for the time being. I assume he tells them. I mean by the time the next issue rolls around they know maybe he <hes> well his ex character so he probably wouldn't have made a phone call or even a video radio phone call. I don't know maybe you went to hawaii and blue something up with this plasma powers and they just said oh that's probably alex. He quit limits and being on leave. They don't mentioned he's quit. Okay well regardless. He's not part of the book anymore and the team is just getting smaller and smaller and smaller. They're so little so cute. It could just be a matter of perspective. Maybe they're very far away. Maybe magneto in america will get in a fight over them. I always love thinking about that. Story about magneto and cap fighting over the world's tiniest man because cap wants to be a good housekeeper for him and nag neto wants to put him into a tiny little a u._f._o. In case there are any weapons inside god there we it was the bronze age but i don't know it's like the silver age and the bronze age had the we're just baby ever and it was that story well then anyway. Let's instead go not from not to the story about the world's tiniest man but instead you all instead to actor number one oh to the polaris plot which is about a plot started by the world's tiniest man if only and is written by jammed mattis penciled by gender samoa inch vile milligram and colored by that web and it's time to solve the mystery of why some government people tried to kill polaris or at least appeared to have tried to kill polaris and random is here as part of a deal he discussed with x factor in a previous previous issue to let them know who hired him to take polaris and x factor to the doorstep of the folks that tried to get lorna killed in exchange for that assistance. He's getting a lot of money and a new car to replace the one that polaris wrecked one that polaris smashed into random like three times in a row in self defense. I know it was just very thorough self defense and i appreciate that about lorna. I appreciate it a lot of things about laura. Also randoms durable very durable. Oh and definitely a dick also yes significantly more durable than his car turns out. Now it turns out that the people who hired random are working under the front of beltway travel and working for them under that front are none other than avalanche jason crimson commando. Remember these guys all yeah. I mean avalanche has been on the brotherhood of evil mutants for ages. He then went to freedom force crimson commando who now just goes by commandos since got turned into a bad ass cyborg that i think eric larsen was planning to have on this run of x factor when eric larsen was gonna write anyway. Commando was one of the murder grandpa's back in the day and now he's a boring red cyborg. She's still crimson. I don't get why he had to get rid of that part of his name. I mean maybe he felt like it was redundant. Although if somebody was rendering colorblind the word in the they would really hell yeah see this is this is just there's there's a lot i don't really understand here now. These guys aren't really central to the story. There actually just muscle oh for a fellow named colonel malone who knows how to make an entrance welcome to beltway travel expecter. It'll be our pleasure to book you a one way ticket to your graves. This is as close as we're ever gonna get to ex factor. Welcome to die basically is i really love the fact that in comic books some villains understand that they're villains and they're like all right. Villains got a villain. What kind of villain speeches can i do like. I'm surprised this is wearing a suit instead of a big dramatic cape. Hey it's a sort of vaguely sinister suit. I mean suits are since the nineties. This is x. Files era yeah that's true. I mean basically everyone in a suit in the x. Files had some kind of ulterior motive. I mean basically everyone not in a suit also dead literally. Everyone in the x. files had an interior motive including the protagonists. Now malone is a good government man. I guess kind of ford go back a while. They don't like each other. Everyone fights fights until someone named connors shows up in a helicopter to yell at alone at which point malone shoots himself in the head for no apparent reason yeah like you said something about how i i guess there's no room for men like us in the world anymore and i'm like wait did did we miss something malone malone. Did you have that conversation in your head and just assume that you said it 'cause we see your thought bubbles or at least we would if there were any since it's a comic book and there was nothing about that. It's pretty weird. I mean earlier in the issue to be fair is talking to connors and she mentions hey. Hey do what you gotta do what we're going to disavow all knowledge so i guess he figured that since he got beaten in combat and the government wasn't going to have his back therefore he was just totally fucked out. Oh now connors comes down to explain at least a little bit. This is beatrice connors and she runs quote unquote. The department which department is never clarified defied now <hes> what the department does however is something called the polaris project the idea behind this connection to the magneto protocols. The idea was the polaris because she's got similar. Powers might be able to fail safe against magneto if you went evil again but apparently malone the recently deceased suit wearing sinister man but not capitalist and you're just lower case sinister was an anti mutant bigot and so he wanted to capture polaris brainwash wash her and use her as a weapon for you know department staff. I feel like a there's got to be a happy medium between these but be you couldn't have just talked to her about this. I mean she's already working for the government. You know like and she doesn't like her. Dad very much and i think at this point magneto is her dad. I can never remember when the related when they're not in continuity. I don't think they're related. At this point. Okay well regardless. He's probably still pretty mad at him because of that time that a robot pretending to be him made her put on a silly costume and got her involved with the x men comics over the silver age. I love it so much so i guess us that plot thread is done with the bullet that malone just put into himself but we do have a couple of twists first of all like we alluded to connors totally. We knew this was going on she. She tells factor that malone was acting alone. She had nothing to do with it. But that earlier scene in the issue we see a phone conversation for malone's and where it's very clear. She was behind this step two. She also wanted polaris to be a weapon was connors really the one who put loan up to it though we know it was her body but we also find out towards the end of the issue that she wasn't acting independently specifically she's possessed by malice at this point remember malice the marauder who used to work for mister sinister mr and tends to possess people and make them super evil versions of themselves the malice who wrote around in polarises body for like a super longtime and subsequently became fairly obsessed with polaris yes so she's back and given that one of polaris hobbies these days every time anybody's fighting for any reason is to talk about how she's been controlled before. She'll never never be controlled again. Yeah that's <hes>. That's going to get pretty interesting. So try yup. We do have a few other plot threads here outside out of polaris plot which conveniently labels itself although there also polara centric <hes> so lorna continues to connect with random who she's she's been sort of trying to make friends within who turns out to actually not be nearly as bloodthirsty as he makes himself out to be specifically while he presents himself as an assassin and bounty the hunter. He's killed. A total of three people in all of those were in circumstances where it was. The only way to save innocent lives all random. You're just a big glee. Gray tattooed teddy bear big gray tattooed teddy bear who kills people in defense right. I mean that's a very specific character archetype type but <hes> i think jack london that one of his right like big gooey gray teddy bear who kills people in self-defense versus nature the place. I was going to go with this. This involves specifically dog who's disemboweled a human enrolled around in their in their innards in order to stay warm and its subsequent coloration and also so you know the self defense inherent to that act see. I'm gonna say yes oh jack london. You were a dark dude. Yeah nature man red in into thin cloth. Well speaking of things that we're not read but a gray at one point. We have a nice little time. Stamp pop culture reference here just like peter. David used to love love. We have random being very impressed with polarises powerbook. That's right. She has an apple powerbook. Now i looked at up and the powerbook five hundred series. He's actually came out the same month. As this specific issue it was the first laptop apple put out that had stereo speakers attract pat and a built in ethernet port so that's pretty cool but then again polaris works for the government and i can't imagine them moving nearly that quickly so probably she has an older auerbach as far as i know the library of congress catalogs still uses dos so actually i was talking to our librarian friend claire about that earlier today and she confirmed that a yes they do but they're trying wait which in front claire <hes> the <hes> not the children's librarian the adult iranian. I guess the one who helps us with the goose information yes exactly listeners we do in fact know to librarians named clair thereby pretty great. They are wonderful anyway. Guido in the meantime is hanging out with executor and storm who are still there and he's joking around doing his thing and coming on way too strong because he's he's super nervous at this point. Even though he started out very cynical toward x. everything he was just for a paycheck he is totally bought in this is his family and he has awestruck stretches starstruck to be around executor and arro- even xavier psychically tells him to lay off the puns yup. It's pretty adorable. Horrible and mandy characters have just grown so much since they were first thrown together that something that alex actually mentioned in the previous issue before getting super depressed but it's so true and the non alex summers non deceased non pietro members of the team. I think you're doing in some ways the best they ever have in their lives. I mean in a general sense. They did just lose. One of their best friends will write like an internal individual personality identity sense. We also get you know no of a farewell. Lum's reign says goodbye tamara and they reconnect after having having clashed pretty intensely <hes> and i think think we get the first hint that moro might have the legacy virus here. Wait a minute. I totally missed that. I didn't catch that at all when she and rainer saying goodbye and moore says i don't remember the exact line but there's an aside where she she says she hopes she sees rate again and insinuates that it needs to be soon because she might not have that long. Oh man yeah. I don't know if they'd planned to be infected already at this point in the plot but if so that is some impressively subtle foreshadowing but i really do love that we get this reunion ryan. I really do love that. After it was x. factor number ninety were rain and moya had this huge conflict and mirus really cold. Even the rain was going through all that shit with the genome genetic programming and so now it's nice that jammed says whoa okay. I'm going to remember that. Moya and madrick's were closed. I'm gonna give some resolution to that and be. I'm going to basically do a fix. Fix it fix for this whole thing. I'm gonna remember that moyer and rainer super close and maybe we shouldn't have them like be horrible to each other for no goddamn reason and it's really heartwarming warning because i've always loved the relationship between moma taggart and wolf spain that was the first thing we ever saw wolf's bane and it was more a protecting rain from one of those european european mobs that seems to wander around you know in the weather gets nice and it's good that we still have that continuity especially since as you alluded to j. things are about to get really dark fermoy era that leads us to x factor annual number nine contact. That's the story in the annual and it's written by jammed mattis penciled by matt broome room inked by steve montjuic and terry austin and colored by glenis oliver punishment artist met broom. I gotta say i know we haven't liked brooms work in the past but i don't mind it in this issue. I think it's fine even if astro league xavier is buffer than most bodybuilders. I have a lot of trouble with how sexualize imposed posed. The female characters are in this yeah. There is some of that. I don't know maybe i've just gotten so used to it. From reading all these ninety s comics miles presenting like a manual mandel yeah so interestingly this is actually the final x factor annual number nine because the next year in one thousand nine hundred five both x factor and x calibre will stop having annuals that also means the next caliber will only have ever gotten to but it also also means that their last annual had chaos we we love very much. He's a good guy. He totally is so this annual and the story actually takes place in the middle title of x. factor number one or two or i guess more toward the end because the day newmont scene of number one or two refers to the events of this annual but honestly that continuity bit doesn't matter it also. We'll just talk about it now. Now there are two plots to this annual they go back and forth they interleave is kind of interesting but that would make for some very confusing and boring podcasting so so let's start out with the plotline involving most of the members of x factor that is x. factor and professor power i mean the storyline doesn't actually have a name but i just like saying professor power as much as possible so j. I salute you for adding end an opportunity to do so just now. I mean i am likewise. Fond of professor power. I will love villains characters in general who have professor in their title because it implies is very specific profession and the idea that that this guy in his full cyborg gear goes to the local community college or whatever and teaches super villainy anyone no wonder. I don't know european history or something really makes me happy. I know yeah. I choose to assume that all of the doctors is an professors and captains and whatever in the marvel universe actually have earned those titles haven't just chosen them the the outrageous professor names are doctrinaire is also always remind me of one of my favorite foibles of autocorrect so my dad's name is aaron but it's spelled atypically and for a while lyle autocorrect would do its best to change to arson and my dad has a college professor he has he has a doctorate and and so the the idea that the inevitable at some point. If you ever goes full super villain he's just going to be professor arson arson additon. That's amazing. Well professor arson either way all that's great anyway. We'll get to professor power <hes> in ways that don't just involve his name. I don't think it's related to the power back by the way that's <hes>. That's their last name to imagine. There are a lot of people in the marvel universe especially the marvel universe with last name power other than list faculty at the college where he teaches go by their first name so he probably just go by arson. Oh it's a little more casual that way little friendlier exactly anyway in this story that does not involve arson forge brings x-factor. The extremely greenlee abbreviated x factor team strong guy wolf's bane and weedon more people random on a top secret mission to help shield guard a mysterious canister. I do really like the fact that they're perpetual. Temp is literally named random. I know i also love the fact that a character who seemingly started out as a low whoa parody has actually become this complex nuanced core member of the cast and i kind of love him yeah he's he's definitely grown on me so they are they are hoping <hes> shield guard a canister and its contents remain a mystery which of course strong guy cannot help but riff upon hitler's brain kennedy's clone shannon doherty's press agent they've also been tasked to work with a <music> a openly angrily anti mutant lady named agent daniels who doesn't want the help and no stink in mutinies and she is super rude to everybody like aggressively aggressively deliberately delightedly rude also. I'm pretty sure she makes fun of rains accent but because it's comics. I can't tell whether she's making fun of rains accent supposed to have a similar accident. Didn't your mother ever teaches simple matters miss daniels aye lassie she did and i can be exceedingly seemingly polite. When i'm dealing with human beings wow i mean she's almost comically terrible except not not really because they're totally people like that and yeah <hes> i i was gonna say this is definitely one of those weeks when mutant says a metaphor feel more frustrating and fraught than usual given current events who yeah well a a on the upside shields driver for this mission. A guy named chuck rose is pretty great. He's starstruck and very complimentary toward guido who's a talk show celebrity by this point and he charmingly flirts with a very receptive wolf spain. This is the part where where i feel like the art jumps. The shark in some really bad ways like there is a panel where it's just it's just pretty not okay yeah yeah but <hes> chuck nice at least so there's that so yeah but he's gonna turn out to be a villain so at least it's a nice felon. I mean i guess he's still villain. Well it anyway before we find that out the team of rap scallions with all of their delightful racist banter <hes> drives and begins the mission but it doesn't take long for the truck to get zapped and nearly explode by a hulking android with bright yellow skin. Maybe it's from the simpson. This was nineteen ninety-four that reminds me so my mother is looking for this pictures of me address skeletal right from a few episodes back right so she actually found some other pictures of me. Here's a kid and there's this one of me at like ten years old with this awful early nineties mullet playing the x. men arcade game next to a much older kid also playing it with me. I have no idea two who this kid has but we're both wearing neon simpson's t shirts because in the early and mid nineties like just what you did you just had bart simpson on your shirt. That's all there was to it. Not me eh oh well. <hes> i think out an important part of the early to mid nineties. I was a child unstuck in time so it goes so anyway. This bright yellow cyborg was just a diversion to distract everyone from the hovering disembodied consciousness of professor power who wanted wanted to go into the canisters contents which were abbadi. He wanted to possess okay the cyborg though like this this. This guy has life l. thighs. He has those those amazingly like over muscle but also foreshortened because of position legs and it's like we're the nineties just one on long leg day. I think basically were although i don't know i mean they do. Specifically say that this is an android not a cyborg so this yellow person does not need to be bound alan by the feeble laws of human anatomy or you know like you said maybe just everyday is like day. I mean he's still less than cable or xavier in in his astral form but we'll get to that so let's talk about professor power professor powers been around for a long time and he's always been linked to the x. men and this is actually the first x. book proper he's ever been in. There's this old marvel team up story. Where professor power son was all traumatized from a war and it was sort of vegetative asked xavier to cure his using his telepathy but professor power got impatient and so he had the villain mentality. I want to say sort take over at xavier to accelerate things and that didn't work so professor power sunday then he blamed digs xavier and he just kept going after the mutants. He's goal was was to kill xavier's children. You know the x. Men and stuff as revenge for your killing his his own child to this happened in a defender story a spiderman on story. Most of these were actually written by jammed mattis. D'amato seems to really like professor power but yeah. It's taken this long for professor power to actually get into one of the books of the targets of his ire. I really feel like he should be a villain with more alliteration associated with him like i don't know <hes> professor power in his paranoid pyro kinetic parrots penguins penguins parrots choosing arabian. Guess penguins and that's probably better yeah. I don't know maybe professor powers more interesting in other books. He's totally not here but that's fine anyway. The good guys are about to take him out with the help of polaris who was shadowing behind because she hadn't yet left to go find alex paranoid parenting with polaris in professor power nice perfect in fact but unfortunately chuck rose the nice guy who we alluded to being actually a villain yeah he holds a gun to agent daniels as head and says let professor power go or i'm gonna shoot this lady. Une cool x-factor tries to decide what to do. Agent daniels is saying no. I don't care if i live or die. You can't let this guy get away and so when invariably professor power does get away. Daniels hates mutants even more because she's terrible terrible so why was professor power here well the other half of this annual story will tell us all about that at so. Let's go to a story about professor xavier and <hes> haven and professor power no no not really him so this bit is really interesting because it's all from the perspective of haven all of the captions are her flowery font with a pink background that we've seen in her previous <unk> story and it's all that flowery verbiage all of that soft polite considerate intelligent analytical dialogue that we've always gotten from her her. I really like this font by the way this is a really good way to do handwritten captions. It's extremely legible it clicks with the doesn't look either overly a handwriting or <hes> overly fond to fight and again and importantly it's very very very legible but also easily distinguishable from standard captions yeah it works really well and using this font haven psychically with her ambiguous powers watches professor xavier who's having a sleepless sleepless night as he reads up on haven executors very disturbed about what happened with haven not just jamie madrick says death but her whole deal about you know trying to end the world for the sake of if the common good yeah that's a problem and so as xavier psychically probes the world to try to find havens mind. She pulls him into the misty and candlelit shores of oblivion. I am j. I was gonna say epic actually opening for camelot in their shores of oblivion tour. I think think they're coming to new york city. If you wanna see them there are really good. I've seen the both before you know i would really love to but i've actually already got tickets to see professor powers piercing piccolo. Oh okay well you. You don't wanna miss that. They don't come around very often now. No it's it's <hes> it's pretty special and haven <music> is apparently a big fan. Oh charles. I swear to god. I'm not your enemy. I'm drawn inspiration from your work with the x men without your for example. I would never have dared walk this path. I mean that's just and what anyone wants to hear without you. I would never have tried to end. The world and xavier is indeed pretty pissed rest. Your haven is not mine. You belong wooden magneto sinister apocalypse. No you know those monsters only hate. You and i do what we do out of love for all mankind okay. I wanted to stop. Stop here for a moment because i think it's very important that we establish your that charles. Exhibitors astro form is bafflingly ripped he totally it is seriously like we've seen cyclops. Get more buff in the nineties. He's gone from slim summers to. I could probably bench press a truck summer's but xavier here. He's like the frigging and juggernaut that's the wrong brother artist and yet and yet so as a reminder havens deal about ending the world. She believes her religious beliefs. Tell her that the mob rely. This grants disaster is necessary as a prerequisite for a future paradise but before that mahathir eliah like there's going to be seven hundred years of suffering so she figures hey bring about that little mini apocalypse. Now we get the seven hundred years of suffering. We get to paradise sooner. That's is less suffering overall and when she says little mini apocalypse she does not mean evans southerner no no she doesn't so xavier asks her story laurie. I mean we know that she's been this new agey speaker that she was all charitable for awhile and then suddenly something changed and she started preaching this whole deal about them how reliable yeah and she tells him a little bit more about her background. Havens parents were scholars and philanthropists who taught haven to embrace all religions that all religions were about love of god as expressed through love of man but while they got their hands dirty helping the poor and the sick and the destitute it and the oppressed they kept her sheltered and safe it turned out though that she from an early age was psychically sensitive to the pain and the poverty of the people around her so cheap snuck out and started doing charitable hands on work herself she even eventually founded a children's hospital that she named haven and it didn't take long for the kids who were at haven to start calling her haven which is a little implausible but a f- whatever just go with it maybe it was it was a hospital built around the premise of really really vague pronoun references so they actually just thought that was her name that could very well be but unfortunately haven being awesome philanthropist. You only did good an awesome. Things didn't last long because tragedy struck as she puts it but it all went so wrong. When i met his name doesn't matter what matters is that i foolishly surrendered my heart to a man. I hardly knew and began a love affair. The distracted me for my true calling. I forgot the children forgot everything except him losing myself a profoundly selfish love to be fair dudes in fact ruin. Everything tells you put this part. Fucking socks like i know haven is jammed him out of his character. So you know yeah. I guess he can do whatever he wants but essentially what we're seeing here is that haven was amazing and perfect and great and only good things and we love her very much and then she had sex with a dude one time and apparently was all her fault and then she started preaching the apocalypse like this is basically narrative slut shaming. I am not here for it. No it's not that she had sex with the dude. It's that she had feelings for dude and while this isn't narrative slut shaming it is still coming from kind of the same deeply deeply sexist underpinnings and fictional and cultural tropes in general the idea that the highest calling and the highest order of attention on any woman's mind at any given time will be romance commands and it will automatically eclipse any other work mission or personality yeah. I mean we've seen it. Haven is a mature intelligent immensely competent person. Listen i feel like she could totally juggle doing charitable stuff and like having dude yeah or having to do trying to bring about the apocalypse as it later happens and as the case may be so this is just so unfortunate because i totally wanted more of havens backstory but what i liked about her is that she was a very sympathetic character character now. The story is basically telling us. She done fucked up. All of this is her fault is it i think i'm drawing very different conclusions from your steer <hes> home although it does go into an awkward awkward direction <hes> involving the voice within capitalized like him because when she was at her lowest when she was super guilty after this dude left turn. She realized that she left her calling. That's when the voice within started telling her about the mahar rely on how that was necessary. That was the turning point now. When most people talk about the voice within their speaking metaphorically haven is not <hes> <hes> that's that's going to be the big twist at the end of this but for now exhibitor who isn't buying any of this. He's basically like nope. Uric killed a bunch of people equal. Jamie madrick's screw oh you he tries to force his way into her mind and you know i got to say as much as we talk about the ethics of telepathy like if xavier thinks she's really that bad i can see him considering that an okay thing to do but i appreciate that in this scene she is the one that's being calm and kind and compassionate and he is being an angry jerk like it's kind of cool to see the good guy being an asshole and the bad guy being these seemingly reasonable one well. That's part of what makes haven such interesting in such an effective protagonist. She is entirely calm. She's entirely collected and she's entirely convinced of her moral rectitude yeah but rather than letting xavier into into her mind because she is in fact hiding something she flees the shores of oblivion. Hopefully she remembered to get her hand stamped on the way out so she can gain entry later. I don't know and savior is ojected acted back into his easy chair in x. men h._q. He's learned what he needed to. Though at the last minute as haven was leaving. He got her secret like we've been alluding into the voice within yeah. It's literally a voice that is literally within it turns out haven herself is not a mutant the fetus inside her after she got pregnant from the dude that ruined everything that fetus is a mutant and part of its mutation is that it's stuck as a fetus but it's been speaking to her from within her own body telling her about all this world ending stuff and the voice within haven have collectively decided reluctantly and sadly that xavier has to die hi in order for them to achieve their necessary goals and that is why professor power and his pernicious poltergeists was unleashed to take out the x factor she basically through professor power out into the world knowing that he would do everything he could to hunt down at xavier especially now that he's finally next book the voice within his later going turn out to be the adversary. Yes that adversary you that'll come up later in havens final appearance ever like it looks like it's setting her up to be an even more or interesting villain here but no we get for like a few panels in that big reveal later on and that's and that's such a shame he is such an intriguing cool villain and also the high heels uproots are snakes and let's never forget that because that's where had agreed now. There's a back story in here on much sort of an much less dramatic one. That's that's <hes> called cleaning house. It's by matthew friedman and amy meyer pencil by carry gamma linked by hillary barda and colored by ashley possess. Ella and it's just a nice little little character piece about guido going to clean out jamie's room now that jamie's dead and he wants to do it on his own he refuses rains company as pretty much doing fine in his adorable lacy apron and till he finds a matchbook from the bar that he went to with jamie's dupes and cheerleading team while jamie prime was dying and he turns on the tv to distract himself but it's looney tunes which is what he was watching when one of the angry dukes of jamie punched t._v. While jamie was dying and he finds the copy of havens book that was read by religious jamie while jamie was dying. He just keeps getting hit with this again and again and he remembers it is the last time he saw jamie dead. When i saw you lying there. Pardon me the urge to hit you to make a do. Pop out and tell me this whole the thing was a joke but there was no joke and now there's no laughter. I just you thought telling us about your disease. These would be a burden he had to turn to a stranger for help and that same stranger killed him and the rest of the team throughout actors headquarters just here's crashing smashing destructive noises even from all the way across the building and its wolf spain who finds guido kneeling kneeling with his head buried in his hands in the wreckage of jamie's room he has absolutely destroyed it and she gives him a hug and they start to clean it up together. Man these three issues i think are one of my favourite handlings of a major <unk> character death at least up until this point x amount i mean there's a lot of good stuff after the death of phoenix in the dark phoenix saga certainly but there's just so much nuance here. I love it. Yeah i really especially like how differently the characters grieve exactly yeah so who well done jammed mattis thanks for making a run of x factor which isn't even significant enough. According to the marvel marvel unlimited a really really good good and honestly genuinely memorable marvel that unlimited come on yeah seriously ideally get everything we talk about it unlimited. Are you there moral. It's thus the people that are excited about your comics that have access in their names wait. Are we referring to marvel instead of neal conan. Now i mean we can printable. We can be polytheists. I guess anyway soubra people some of whom are probably polytheists is our listeners and they've got questions and that was that was quite a twenty choice transition wise man. I'm a master of segues. You in the portland police yeah well. Dan ask via email. There were always arguments about who is the most powerful mutant. My question is what mutant uses their powers most cleverly slash to their full potential. This is inspired hired by things like madrick's getting on the other side of doors emma and bobby's body cyclops as amazing understanding of geometry etc men. <hes> iceman tends to be the answer to this question a lot of the time <hes> a lot of the things that he's done on over the years and a lot of the things that he's done. He's really had control of his powers have been pretty great ice wizard him <hes> the various ways that he's managed to make kind of animated ice sculptures sculptures and figures and gallons she is his team up with night crawler and curse of the mutants <hes> involving holy water which was really delightful in which which which night crawler blessed him and thus all of the icy formed was holy water also a really big fan of quentin quire psychic shotgun guitarists. Oh yeah the idea yeah you can manifest as jala pathak attack as a shotgun that people can only see because you're using her telepathy to give it a visible form. We'll know it's it's literally his answer to silex psychic knife pretty great. You know it's kind of a boring answer but i'm actually going to have to go with magneto. I mean part of that is that he's been around for long enough. That writers have had a chance to really think outside the magnetic box with his powers so you know he does things like messing with the iron in the blood in in people's brains in order to mind control them he disrupts the earth's electromagnetic field to communications blackout he can shut off gravity near him at one point in his caliber oliver volume three. He creates a fucking wormhole. He can completely redefined magnetism exactly of course we can't forget the time he wrote wrote cursive warnings in the sky the first issue of x. men ever using iron filings. That was pretty delightful but yeah when you think about it. Magnetism is such a ridiculously powerful or full force that somebody who's had multiple lifetimes because remember he got d aged and then reach been only partially would totally come with awesome things to do with it and by awesome i mean often very very dark and evil but still these days though i would also have to say nate grey after some of the stuff that happened at age of acts man but that's recent enough that i probably shouldn't spoil it but quite impressive. Oh yeah that's that's quite a thing that said sure missing some awesome awesome stuff. We a prepared for this episode a little bit last minute so listeners. What are your answers. Tell us end comments on our website for this episode or a social media or whatever i'm really curious to hear ear what people think agreed ryan asks by email. Have you ever thought about doing a top ten countdown of your favorite story arcs orion <hes> i hate doing top ten lists so much i as as a writer i occasionally end up having to do them and i gotta the only thing i hate more than doing top ten lists the inevitable chorus of people who then track me down who informed me that i was wrong because i forgot their favourite story on my entirely in explicitly subjective active list <hes> and some of that is that i just don't like ranking things too so if i'm if i'm writing a list if i'm reading something i've written a lot of you know ten x men stories stories worth checking out type articles but they they're generally and specifically not top ten lists and i have i have gotten in some pretty pretty protected fights. It's with with editors over that that said if you really like story rankings i recommend the hell out of the podcast battle of the atom. They put a really fun spin on that concept what's up. They do it in a way that involves a lot of extended story discussion <hes> with kind of the rankings as as an ongoing game in the background and conceit <hes> and if is that something you're into <hes> and really even if it's not a us check them out because they're they're terrific. I also wanna throw in a recommendation for multiversity cue which does the same thing with alternate universe stuff in the marvel universe me. I don't mind top tens. I actually think they're really fun but the thing is my opinions changed like multiple times a day for for that. 'cause i like x men for so many different reasons. I love the deliciously crunchy continuity. The family feels that it engenders the the world's socks but we must protect angst the the beautiful art the cool fights lake exponential multifaceted has been around for long enough. It said so many different books that you can have x. Men fulfill any number of needs or desires desires. You have as a reader and for me. Each of those things is a priority at different times at different moments. Sometimes what i really want is just the warm hug of of a heart warming story or just the absolute darkness of that world being terrible accident and i'm finding the wilda soldier on or whatever that said as of this very second if i had to pick a top ten and again this could change like five minutes from now. Let's go for god. Loves man kills the brood saga e._s. For extinction the final arkansas sweden's run the demon bear saga cable and x horseback dennis hopeless expert season one the as guardian wars the trial of magneto and the second to last arc of all new wolverine there there we go as of itochu p._m. 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Rex Murphy's Interview with Jordan B. Peterson

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

1:03:16 hr | 1 year ago

Rex Murphy's Interview with Jordan B. Peterson

"This is an interview podcast. It was organized by REX Murphy who's a straightforward Canadian commentator and author primarily focused on Canadian political and Social Matt. 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put on the spot and forced to defend their fundamental presumptions let's say it isn't clear that they were in university by engaging in continual philosophical reappraisal of the fundamental presuppositions of university yes and that said to me something beyond the converse something deeper is wrong here that universities are this diversity is is upside down how did you reason that how did they get there they could be so completely unaware and that was in very early days of the the controversy that came to you when the University of Toronto sent you some military letters by the world's most famous intellectual certainly most famous intellectual Canada in the last twenty years and he will be ready and prepared to do so partly because of lack of practice it isn't necessarily the case that you climb the administrative drone decision well I think a lot of it was was confusion and and the lack of experience with this sort of thing let's say customs that everyone has always accepted like marriage yeah it's very difficult to generate a hence for such institution off the top of your head let's say because part of the whole purpose of customs is that everyone except Peterson I'm going to start on on an incidental thing at least to me and has bothered me since you became known as it is now to all the world as an institution you know it's much more of job and so I'm going to say everything I can in favor of the University of Toronto before I say they send you a third and if you haven't ceased by then while then they go to the next step which would be something to do with whatever approximation determination they might do document you yes yes and they're documenting all the steps and I told the person who delivered the letter to me whose personnel actually got along with quite well some colleagues who have some access to administrative decisions and they believe that the University of Toronto in the aftermath of all this has actually thing I've found too that when I've been put on the spot by journalists and ask to defend they better do it right there there was going to be trouble and I didn't mean that I was going to cause trouble necessarily but that there was going to be trouble but they didn't it was probably illegal and so that also helped establish my bonafides let's say as a reasonable interpreter of of the law and the first letter and I know how HR departments work they send you one letter of warning so that it's documented and then they send you another so that it's documented it back so I read it on Youtube so and and then I did the same thing with the second letter and then I met the Dean and after that and we'd agreed we had a quite congenial discussion I would say and we agreed to have a discussion at least a debate would never was a debate it was I don't know what they call those of benefit of the doubt but it's important to understand that people can be caught unaware and the other thing too is that they actually did me a bit of a favor because one of the things like claimed in the Youtube video that I made was that what I was doing by making the video was probably illegal yes I remember and their lawyers basically said so it wasn't all bad although it was extraordinarily stressful that demonstrations that followed how is it that any university which is I saw that it was quite was but they did do it which which was something you know and I've also heard that behind the scenes because I had some friends who reconfirmed its internal commitment to free speech so and you know I don't know how much of that is true but I'm willing to give them a certain amount of simply be dismissed as nonsense with no peril whatsoever well you're all you're assuming that we have nerve I mean sorry I mean now they can't be debates they were forums or something something not a debate about free speech on campus that was the three sorry you don't think it reflects the they're unstated presuppositions and so when you put on the spot you don't know what to do when I first got the letter that it was full of errors and it was poorly renton and that they should take it back and properly followed and because if they were going to do this and one of them I would say try well succeed I would say it and I've met a number of journalists who've I've had was that the percentage of people who have nerve is very small and vanishingly small you know I've met People Douglas Murray has nerve yeah that's of all things obviously the exercise thought training in mind and therefore the power of expression that comes as a result goes to things that the say things my fair share of conflict with journalists that's for sure I would say talking to journalists is the most stressful thing I've done apart from so some people have nerve but one of the things I've learned over the last three years because really this all started North Tober of two thousand sixteen for sure inking the newspapers are in trouble television stations are vanishing and so there's increasing desperation I would say as well as we're on the banner of reason and exercised mind that's what it is so how come how comes at that on certain issues the transition or whenever we lost our nerve that when people come to you and they say two things that you know not from bias are nonsense that they can at eighty logs occupy but some of it's a consequence of these transformations in in in communication technology that are so vast that they're actually the journalism is very much corrupted it is not the media in the middle it is in many cases wittingly or unwittingly partisan of course also vastly expanded what constitutes journalism and so journalists are running scared it's very difficult for them to to find paying jobs it's their staffs geologist's are floating out Derby seconds with new rules on them to a word you never heard yesterday is somehow or other prejudice if you say today interesting yeah they don't attract as much attention or as much much controversy maybe because they're more silos in some sense but the journalists decreasing professionalism among those who still practice and so some of it's the personal failings of the ideologue who happen to be occupying positions might be part and parcel of the technological changes okay let me let me sweet back to that were nerve I know because I follow you how deep you know the journalists journalism as such is under unbelievable pressure from the new technologies you to podcasts in particular which is of people which is one walloping network yeah but podcast maybe ten times as popular so it and that's all underground the death spiral begins and I think we're seeing exactly that and then that's exaggerated by this proclivity to polarization that also are fighting a losing game and and I think as you fight a losing game I've seen this happen with corporations you lose your best people first and then wars and say we gave all our soldiers will preserve democracy and freedom of speech there is no there is no loss if you decide to challenge in terms sure Roger Scrutinize nurse. She has Lindsey Shepherd has nervous yes there's a handful of people that I've met who you can't move it is part of the game that it says it's covering journalism is one of the failing institution yes as much as universities well you know there's there's technological reasons for that charge and I asked the question if sixteen people are of this mind and one person's of this who is the which is the more likely of quasi-judicial Tribune's as well I mean they're certainly willing to do that I think the human rights tribunals should my opinion they should be talks at university campuses journalism that's just a sidetrack because very good issue journalists I've been playing at it from margins for a long time Oh contradictions especially in the background policies which I had read in quite a bit of detail they were formulated in Ontario although the Federal Government your respect and attention to Alexander Solzhenitsyn is if he's if you have a hero obviously is it now in the Soviet Union League to very much like the idea of dead naming the very one I was thinking that didn't exist two days ago and now if you dead of any contrast with the totalitarian systems where if you said something you really did pay a price we're seeing new over here lose job well you could be hauled in yeah and you almost almost innate we know that this is absurd and you say well I don't think I'm GonNa say it's absurd what are we afraid of we remove the link on their website to those policies after I pointed out the fact that link existed which I thought was unbelievably underhanded and still believes one of the women that he's persecuting because I think he and this terrible bureaucracy is persecuting was a immigrant woman I believe she was in British Columbia with this case's what's what's the person's name Jessica or Jonathan I prefer Jonathan Jonathan in front of the and and and and and dead ends and that's exactly what's happening and it it it every time and I thought this really for three years every under one of the politically correct once that suddenly I don't need his language being being bent it's been turned upside down in some cases it's also someone doesn't exist you're in violation of something or when have we let go to straps that kept us either just something light reason one of the things that I have watched quite frequently is the way that people respond to being mobbed AH travesty they're they're they're yes we're setting up these quasi-judicial in positions in all sorts of constituted because I read the biographies of some of the people who were should be gone styling he had steel over here when okay we have trans activist group that's the thing the off yet well it it seems it seems irrelevant I mean it's a consequence you know one of the things I pointed out with Bill C sixteen was that it contained multiple central states of being in the world and if you entertain a set of propositions that are internally contradictory then you're going to run yourself into all sorts of sharp objects twitter yeah almost stopped looking at twitter it's been about three months that I've taken a twitter hiatus lead singer still post I I don't even have my password so you think that there's no possible way that this can get more absurd than one more example comes up where it's more absurd and I would say the situation in BC's precisely that I mean I wanted to be judging their own calls in this context it's because people judging the causes precisely but I think what's happened uh-huh who had a on aesthetics business in her own home based as a consequence of of the negative publicity is going to be to examine your own conscience and see how you transgressed it's not really much different psychologically I mean it's lesser I suppose but it's not that much difference tolerate being mobbed because they can't because there's a reason for that you see you you said with regards to the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal you know if they're sixteen people on one side and one on the other you might be thinking that the sixteen people are right more or less right right but then you think of the situation where you've said something on twitter and six thousand people mob you publicly I mean your first response if your your first response really hurts them you know they're often they're often by all accounts you know damaged for lengthy periods of time by this and the first immigrant women he is insisting that they waxes penis testicles he's got here on the Lori and he's got sixteen of them under anymore I send what I WANNA post to third party and they post because it keeps me out of the Amanda suspect that's right exactly and that's exactly the right and then waking up one morning and coming to your door and finding a mob of your neighbors angrily at updated on your lawn you know it's terrible shock for people and it thinking about you know people civilized people in civilized socialized people can ars he was the regular host of CBC Radio One's Cross Country Checkup a nationwide Colin show for twenty one years before stepping down in September twenty fifty their first impulses to apologize which is which is truly the wrong thing to do stand well the right thing to do is to publicity and the pressure she shut down her Biz dot only knows what that means for her family began while in for her new asking about courage earlier you know wait wait two weeks people won't come to your defense what it takes the people who will come to your defense two weeks to get their act together is to is to understand that if you haven't done anything wrong you don't apologize now that's very difficult very difficult and then too breath Carl young once said that internal contradictions are played out in the world has fate you know is that the thing about propositions if they're accurate is that they it's the activists who are unbelievably organized fifteen seconds to view when there's two points to draw out of their first of all because you have now been almost conceivable and I think youtube both youtube and podcasts are are are great examples about podcasts even more than you too because you to serve billion Dan Camping in Korea we won't even go into in those countries if you want to say something even if it's not merely innocuous you really have to have courage rain's GonNa get together that would be too much to bear your interest but no he's got sixteen people good portion awesome selection of nights this fall or something gets tossed off until for nine years or more if a man looks to wrong way in China eeking sound our host into the world of celebrity multimedia vast attention I've dabbled in a lesser known for a long while so you adjust the kind of swirl okay but what I've never forgotten and I'm serious is that people who are not in it at all my father or Yoyo between those states what's helped is the first thing is is that you know I determined right from the beginning that I was going to say oh that's very serious but I don't take ever adjusted to it into the house one after the other doubts that really hasn't stopped stopped let's say in the last two months since off came in and he's hates this one and your name is flashed all over the world that was the first real magnitude of media attack on yeah so even for you this is partly because I'm a clinical psychologist and you know it's taken it from good to great and unbearable how was that period well it was dreadful I mean especially the first couple of months because well because the attention was well it hasn't been since then but the attention was unbelievably intense I mean I had there were days upon days where there were reporters lined up coming is really really really something it's unbearable pain yes and they bring it down with club force and the great the great megaphones of national networks agents I'm just backing up your point your name suddenly becomes the center of of some great putters snowstorm in pejorative terms and people are speaking of what there wasn't a better option yeah I believe that you know I still believe that and I think the success of what I've done is an indication analysis it wasn't certain that anything would protect me better than boiling too right well whether that would work or not was debatable. What's made it bearable I would say and some of it's been very good known and it's taken my life which was fairly broad a fairly broad range of experience carefully what I believe to be true because there wasn't a safer route than not it's interesting you know that that in the final since the end of March however long without it's because I've shut myself off because of my I have some family health the most vulgar response it is a terror it isn't three dismiss it but people who have not experienced it which is being atrocious upon occasion and academics as well the treatment I received from people in public is so positive that it's almost unbearable Harsh is it was how hard was it in the first couple of weeks for you to find balance in scaling maybe clinical psychologist and you are obviously mature oh I don't think I've ever the question now when you because I know you had been on Youtube you put you knew the media in that sense but you weren't media person in your baptisms et cetera expunge person's personality with this Guy Paletti yes well in its permanent right because the record never disappears I'm put a person every time I walk down the street someone stops me someone stopped me on the way here and as opposed to my treatment at the hands of a minority of journalists enjoyment actually but the one one particular friend of mine from home never finished school he's about fifty and the youtube videos they've to fill the need which also is something that's very difficult for me to to reconcile myself to you know on about the success of my book say which is also absolutely overwhelming I mean it's impossible to now see I'm kind of both understand and I would say in a strange way to tolerate because I've become opened up to the trouble that people have in a way that far exceeds even what I experienced as a clinical psychologist you know last year double let me tell you personally that relates to you I don't mix mild stuff with family members sisters non-political kind of person and my wife and I went to one hundred sixty cities it was well we figured we'd better make while the sun shines so uh as I say I don't mix those things she called me she's out of this world altogether she called me about a year ago have you seen Jordan what the cumulative effect on me off but I had no idea the degree to which could be psychologically helpful but it was also I think I don't know exactly five fifty six so we're not into the team cohorts and he calls me up I don't think he's read a book and six years and he says I've been watching this the ability yeah well but you know it it's it's fulfilled and the lectures and podcasts as well Persson fellow I re- reproduce what he was saying adjusted he found such comfort and he he found such support Unsettled at the moment for the reasons that I told you well because of all of everything that's happened over the last few years interest but to get a taste of the depth of despair that that can be mean rated with with the Dr Jordan Pigeons Dr Love this stuff and she is following the videos biblical lecturers she's a smart Nice woman not much more than you know some some words of encouragement some some statement that you know you as a human being aren't intrinsically it felt no soft rain for a long time yeah and he was in this camp of the ruling neglected educated you're not particularly sophisticated right and are used the opportunity to thank you know and and to communicate which of course is what you're psychologically in a manner that I believe Melanson and scale join clubs I don't believe it here in these great throbbing moment with all the a low paying job gets you yeah and then someone is out there of stature and credibility and this guy who would never be and my thought when I was hearing this someway to relate to you in all the ping pong back and forth going these voices are saying something and then that was one thing that I was unsolicited should not in the world of publicity shows involve fads but somehow your name got in there and she's watching these with great attention very doing something really fine for people that I could never project would be receiving the it's it's an it's very this is also something that's been very difficult to circle never you send an Echo Ping him and he was calling me and say my God this is something so allow yourself to feel good was it was it was exciting and worthwhile and the demand was there you know and fifths I enjoy lecturing I used the opportunity I delivered a different lecture every thing is the funny thing is is that it doesn't feel it doesn't feel good that might be reflection my general state of mind which is yeah no I'm just about sixty tenure white male there's all of those are bad man yeah well the whole part I think has to in there I'd like to talk about reality in life now when that began I I would think you everything was fairly fairly sufficient in that sense and you went out there were certain things you saw wrong or discordant eater into universities are general system and you said I'd like to spread some reason worthless and you have a spirit worth preserving and the things that you do in your life that you correctly are important it's like people are due very much as a classically you thought and you thought things through in a way that this generation of almost abandoned so you're prepared sure so many dying for a word of encouraging people want that's what my friend was about a I'm speaking back to you on the same thing I know what he was saying he they're stronger men than I be well you get caught up and you get caught up in wave of events and and the adrenaline self supplies while to tell you about what sort of hell they happened to be in six months earlier and what they did to pull themselves and how that's brought the family back to get against no no no no I can put another way I meant to ask this a little early but what did you earn at how did I'll call it a mission if I may how did the mission change over time when you came in contact a youtube channel where I put my lectures in rather primitive technological storm just using an ipad lapel mic record things stay here it's being hundreds of people can meet people after each of my I am started had maps of meaning I also know knowing you bet you had spent some considerable time doing actual stinking which is something people don't Woah you know all of that is I'm is it something that you at some point have at least two shield and all of these individuals what new came to you well I would say I it isn't obvious to me that the the mission itself changed lectures who've told me that they are still alive because they watch lectures because they read my booker and then they usually have a good story I think when I hit the million mark on Youtube I really thought about that because I thought well I don't know what to already telling me when you when this began I want so when you began this when this began as an experience and you set out to the world I remember I had a million views by April two thousand sixteen and that really made me think because I've worked with TV are literally dying from our code and I mean that I mean that not really wanted to sleep I don't know how many people have told me and these that was one of the things that drove me in my foolish curiosity to make those political videos that I made in October which was the first time I'd ever tried doing here and then it struck me that well this was a Gutenberg revolution that we were experiencing the spoken word was now as permanent and immediate more without figure I don't know how to conceptualize it in context because a million there's a lot of people it's twenty football stadiums full of people yeah I think it's an extension of what I've been doing since one thousand nine hundred eighty five maybe even before that it's just that the scale continued to girl main even with me media than the printed word and just as permanent and with a much larger audience because more people as far as I can tell can listen then can read and even with my books of course my lectures were popular with big ideas which showcased a number of public intellectuals I think I'd five lectures in the top twenty or something like that so I knew that it's it's it's an attempt to force a certain type of language usage night I could see what was behind that quite clearly I thought well you know this really is other or help them advance in their career or got out of bed or stop them from using heroin or being alcoholic entered jumping up it's humble beginning secondary place yes it was a very secondary place although that was starting to change I thought what the hell is this new to what what are we doing no one really trusts the mainstream press all the young people do not not so young either but pretty much everybody under thirty five I would say gives you know you you've got you've got a hold of something let's say it's you to and you think you know what it is and you know you don't you don't something like that and that was in some sense I wouldn't call it a whim but you know I woke up at three in the morning because I was so irritated about this bill it's is a an overwhelming force and it's becoming more and more powerful day by day I've seen that in countries Slovenia was a good example where the audience that you're now describing and what is it that you have learned you'll have an unlocked before and you know what you're at when you go out and encounter all of these there was and I was getting a certain amount of recognition in public for that not not a lot but enough and then from a very wide variety of people which was quite quite interesting any idea what it is and neither does anyone else and that's certainly still the case we have no idea what these multiple technologies are doing but I can tell you that you do of a dialogue great where edit and make their own commentaries and the total for that would be at least five hundred million yeah that's for sure occurred a tremendous percentage of my books have been sold in audio form So so I really started to think about you to that point and I suppose videos and this was this was back when Youtube was still a developing yours let's say to be sort of ignored in some sense because of because of it's it's a it's an overwhelmingly bestselling book it's it's it's far more people than you teach in your life and I thought well what wasn't cute cat ten million times is probably because people keep cutting them up and distribute which is something else that can be done on youtube right you can well educated a tremendous number of the people who are coming to my lectures are people in that camp they're working class yes men but not always bring me to death and often what I would do when something was annoying me the death was get up and write but I thought well I'll making youtube video and see what happens it's like well I certainly saw assessment yeah you did yeah yeah no kidding well back to even to the beginning direct up in certain ideas about things they wrapped up in a certain orientation towards change politics that there's only a certain Sir Gotcha no one will watch it do you do you put on ten second commercial end you let people skip it after five seconds that's the rule they break that rule yup well it it is certainly serve me has conversational aspect that television lacks it's very comical to watch an organization like CBC tried to adapt itself the no they don't take it seriously and it's like you should take youtube seriously they also they also have no intuition for these particular forms and they're also this they watch as you do and that's the case all over the world and so it's I think on my youtube channel my videos have been watched one hundred Deign to address see one of the things that interesting about the youtube stars Rogan and then say Dave Rubin is that they don't think their audience is stupid allow comments and so they'll put up something you might want to watch you know for ten minutes and you'll get like twenty thousand thirty thousand views because they don't take the convention regard it's it's a new it's well it's not new conversation it's a new idea of conversation that we know that it's the word for it world of people in the studio and you and you put stuff on that has no glitz profound can be complex and it goes on for sixty seventy watch the whole thing or listen to the whole thing let's go back to another area where you really have been on the mark I'm saying that personally and I think you're no one and it's because they're not stupid they're interested in the world it also defies the great axiom of you're in the television world private or public for thirty years the idea women as well but more men and their long haul truckers are construction workers and they're listening to three hour lectures and complex extra points certain corners they will walk down and there are other quarters which you are forbidden to awards or it is heresy to even admit today exist yes in relations absolutely correct and this is not sycophancy the some of the stuff that goes on into university some of the I read the course syllabus read somebody's regal period of use some of the subjects in there are are beneath tripe that's that's why the flourished research you know that's just especially in the physiological on the physiological ended things in the general literature that's just absolutely brilliant beyond blends which have multiplied since the nineteen sixties and no one who was serious paid any attention to them see that's what happened is that their stuff never lasts but the good scholars are some of them are great these discover amazing things I mean I've encountered amazing psychological eighty minutes and everyone is happy yeah I mean it's all they've been operating under wrong assumptions for three decades while in Rogan's Grogan interviews with three hours low yeah harmless but they were not harmless because they're extraordinarily well organized and the balance tipped nose tipped in the nineties a to because they'll put on a ten minute clip may break all the rules they put two thirty second commercials in front which you can't skip so hypes and and the serious scholars their their specific sort of person there rather obsessed the good the good the great ones that's right in the in the what they call grievance studies and everybody just sort of assumed that they were noisy but and that's a good beginning reading good things I noticed at my lectures this while you talked about the gentleman who said you the fifty five is there thing and they need to do that because well they're on the cutting edge and they WANNA stay there and they have their ambitions for some some sometimes it's political ambitions but that's right if you had a commentary can you make it sixty seconds the idea that people had an attention span inbound four minutes never intervened have you had an interview I did a provincial show for years and years if you add interview mega four minutes to go watch you for five minutes in the series people were busy doing their serious things and there was all this stuff yeah political activism identity politics gender stuff even the devoid of discoveries tremendous ecstasy yes we're well and it's a minority taste in some sense and then there's these pseudo cleanly upset and partly mad you while and then well maybe you need a bit of that I'd be completely obsessed I think you're a minority and scientists produce the kind of down to order the doctor over here it doesn't have to be class if you haven't had media and if you haven't adjusted to it and suddenly your name Orange and it's the same in humanities and social sciences and so those are people who are working seventy or eighty hours a week all they do is work and what they work on the serious I'm here what you thought about this a lot it's like what the hell happened and here's what happened is that the scientific took the steam out of the out of the what would you call it out of the objections but something happened for years ago something like that because there was a big big rising of political correctness around us in the American economy boomed like mad and kind of I think that just kind of from the Westwood One podcast network maps of meeting didn't understand because at the time being unfamiliar with that Lexicon let's say there was the terrible chronic from the time I woke up till the time I went to bed less I was engaged in some other activity that would shut down my mind I was trying to understand whether the is writing scientific papers and when I was socializing which I did a fair bit of thinking about that book I mean it was really obsessive thinking yourself and the second thing is some divisions of identity Bali that the story on NBC Identity Politics Gender Politics that's roared she noticed that flaw I wanted to analyze that system and and the Nazi system to a lesser degree but but also that the western systems the identity politics issue it's a reversion to tribalism and you know so it's the miracle actually the surprise isn't actually that it's backed up surprises that it ever it sounded incredibly attractive and which still do to some you know from each according to his ability to each according to his need no one likes to see people with needs unfulfilled well it doesn't take it doesn't take a very large determined by not to shut down a large and silent majority that's unfortunately the rule and were those rules were necessary and and I what they meant it is is part of your project went away we forgot the axioms right we we started to lose faith in them let's say and that's partly what I've been trying to fight against into right about why those were was what a foundation of stone underneath the presumption of Western civilization or it was really a postmodern went away and we took the fact that it went away for granted and and we forgot the reasons the problem is that needs multiply without end and ability is limited but you know you have to start thinking about the world harsh sophisticated way too war raging and you know it wasn't obvious that it wasn't merely a matter of opinion you can make that case that well here's your set of Marxist precept position see if there is something the bottom that was rocked like wasn't merely arbitrary and I believe that what I discovered let's say well that is that is the project I mean when I wrote my first book took me about fifteen years to write and I spent really I spent all my time except when into society they have people have to dinner tables North America are afraid to bring new subjects up more than half and we're being ruled by them yeah this it's off philosophy the idea of identity politics which carries two great axioms that I can only communicate with you if you're the same I thought through was that we got some things in the West fundamentally correct and and their their correct for biological reasons which is very important because we'd be alone round very long time biological reasons are very fundamental but also that that biology reflect some underlying metaphysics the various words I'm using here is part of your project condom restoration or a reminder that certain certain markers are fundamental and cannot be moved and why was so important for us to defend our tribal positions in that manner and what if anything could be done about it like it here's hell bent on mutual destruction right mutual assured destruction right the terrible acronym which was you know an insane satanic joke purpose all of that the fact that people have religious experiences and and they're they're easily do people and they seem to be consistent across the his I am and if your teaching me particular I can't be taught by you if you're not on my drive but education is actually to receive it from everybody else and take you here's the solution we have this terrible tribal warfare it's characteristic of our species and it's accelerated to a degree that's not sustainable what do we do about it and the answer that came to me as a consequence of what I studied was that we try to make ourselves better people it's sideways at least to some degree and and what I decided then 'cause we because I was trying to understand why the world divided itself up into armed camps that were why the identity politics makes individual a simple avatar of the collective right and everything that attached to him as always extra and not essential it's terrible it's it's it's so danger and I heard you on this why do we seek to perpetrate some sort of justice over generations then there's the the the undeniable attraction of having someone to blame for the miseries of your existence which which are likely manifold elective everything else falls apart and loaded again back to the universities if there's one place is a balance and there's an opportunity to see the world as it really is and you have to believe in the mind in order to keep those back to exactly what we were should Detroit is the elevation of the individual gop that right the individual is yes that begins the entire reaction yes then then the impetus isn't on you to act as forthrightly as as would otherwise be necessarily the case so there's that says well we don't understand because they understand anything about the fundamental nature of the world it'll be on us so why yes the whys and the wherefores for that matter the argument that's being put forward on the campuses to stop people from speaking is that there is no such thing as free speech all there is the exchange of I all I think some of it is is the desire to escape from individual responsibility no if you can dissolve yourself into collective and and and discussing is that you know one of the things I pointed out to my audience is is that there isn't the debate about who should speak on campuses it can reset balances it starts with mine it starts with the younger mind that will leave met with a more mature mind and taught the ways of the mine outta mind works the terrible the despicable French intellectuals who in my responsible for leading this revolution and it got picked up yeah all the ideas that we thought had been completely wiped out leader enlightenment or just simple logic itself they're back yeah why if I don't want you to talk I still might believe that people can talk yes it can exchange opinions and they can change each other's minds and even if they're different the worst things in in all of history that you would make dishonored daughter carried a simpler for parents and now it's your stinging reparations again are we so easing the yielding to this I mean the patterns of crackers in language and people kind and things of that order it's an absurd a group that you're in direct confrontation actually to to have its voice and so it's it's the collectivists the identity politics types it's so the comfort of saying I can start a small war with one another and we play games with each of these blocks Wanna be society what country but if you collective politics I mean the real politics into the subcategories gender sex ethnic religion and each of these is now claiming right only as there's a debate about whether free speech exists that's a whole different debate I noticed people don't understand the difference in the severity of those two debates like city works is for me it's an I think this is partly because sensitized so much to to the Task Fay's of existence in one hundred and sixty one goal I mean it sort of unfolded on Human Bonna lift yeah yeah well it unfold it's the most trendy institution in the world yeah well and it came through the it came through welcomes the Yale in English department yeah that's where that's where that the always the the most obnoxious and useless ideas useless in the sense of their of their of their intrinsic logic finding easiest walked onto campus across time because they were so popular the popularity didn't seem to be waning and but it was an opportunity to put forward the case for all the the ideas of avatars who are possessed by the group actually the logical consequence of that is to refuse to let them to speak speak because why should you allow the the collective and the personal sense is that when I go outside and everything works and there's all these people have different colors and creeds and religions walking down the street and so peaceful that's the world we're in you'll get much chance because obviously no longer tolerate you around it would last you get much chance to expand on the beauties of the culture poetry music and things of this nature the other side of the academic The things that somehow they sing to the humans do I mean here's right the Russian revolution the first World War the Spanish influenza just absolut bloody hellish catastrophe one after you're going to meet with an untimely and painful death at the hands of someone else's almost nil and that we live for such a long time all of this lights go on regularly and the power is always working and everything technological is one hundred percent reliable and there's no riots in the street and the probability wonderful things that we've done I mean and to express gratitude and amazement at the fact did you know arc fact our city this city Toronto that's one of the reasons that that I was so motivated to continue the lectures because we actually put together a sequence of tours what we didn't plan yes and and use your strip personality and we're adding up groups and trying to administer justice via collectively it's a team me is complete it's a complete miracle truly is and I remind people of the unlikelihood of that constantly in the lectures and ask them to be great the of of conflict I see frequently on your various sites that you do list up and that's that's another great counter the the environmental crowd and I don't take all this more peaceful than it's ever been there's no wars in the western hemisphere that's the first time since the coming of Columbus that the entire Western Hemisphere is the Russian revolution which was bloody enough to begin with but which certainly accelerated in its brutality as it expanded and you know we don't have any of that at the moment it's actually the tear everything down leave with nothing and that's certainly that certainly happens to people in universities now they they come in barely formed people who play identity politics there's no gratitude at all and that's a and it's so interesting it's so interesting to me to see that because let's say the professors lead over they put them into new situations they have relieved more suffering in some cases not maybe not more than we have caused but it's a different century they the very idea of individuality that they're opposed to that they've dispensed with and and that goes back to their to the French terrible and it's power and and all of that protects the absolute and they say everything is corrupt would you should read how you form judgments how you contrast over great lengths of time not the in tomorrow five hundred years ago if you train the minds and believe they leave they leave in tatters you know and and that's that's it's also go back to you refer should be grateful for things graduate is in short supply yes sudden and it's it's it's it's completely absent among the collectivists in the French continental ideas made their entrance into North America in all your speeches I know much get small Pete into politics politics right and and the proper response although criticism is necessary obviously criticism means well this is wrong and this is how we could fix it it doesn't mean as being pure either some of them are obviously most of them are not they're they're always having a spectacular at the high table a catastrophe the other conception of Nazism was brewing then to break right right right right the scenes ed next there were asked to free we're already at were they were and also of course the same thing with full of generating a candidate who can actually take on trump and I think there's a disappointment even among the enemies of the Democrats that so profound away and around the wall it's four feet away in another wallet another wall is just sequential walls and this edge of the sequential walls is a huge army that it generates precisely vitriol it's like the man is is is is characterized by manifold flaws and I'm not saying this in status a viable alternative I mean my poor friend who I said this has been following this and it's been deeply involved in the debates he's just he's just tearing out his the people in the street the guy who called me about you that's a class and its vast class yes it is that's the great fifty percent yep one of the reasons that the people who hate the Democrats in the United States truly hate right there there's just vitriol because they've proved themselves in Cape trump comes in and more power to them for that matter you he is talking investing and that's another absolute heresy he's not because Parker being insulting yes and after a while the social pressure bills and this jayme that's going on over here we'll have to close or something breaks yes yes hair watching degenerate should well exactly issue it's so sad you have a new age those movements they are the most protected people who've ever landed there and it's like they're standing on a hill in around the wall and it's for Louis ended the more this is the worst that ever be destroying the planet you pointed out very frequently certain of the technology is certain of the advances of the civilization that people August trump was an attempt to break into brexit was another that's right and Brexit was an Australia illustrate I'll let you one more question only full for the fact that you think you look one hundred years ago 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