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The Secrets of the Self: Evil

Daily Breath with Deepak Chopra

09:02 min | 1 year ago

The Secrets of the Self: Evil

"Today's daily breath is made possible by all birds. All birds shoes are made from natural materials. That would make your feet happy. Welcome back to daly breath. This is Deepak Chopra today as we continue our journey into the south. Let's open up. Our a secret is not your enemy. That sounds interesting. Doesn't it so actually if you read the New Testament there's a statement from Jesus? Christ it says resist not evil. What does that mean if there is only one reality and that one reality is infinite then it contains everything if it excluded anything it would be infinite once you descend is than evil has no special power and no separate existence. Remember all experiences. By contrast. You can't have a up without down. He kind of pleasure without pain. You can't have hot without cold etc etc in the same way and good and evil are human constructs for we connected to source or are we separate from source and in this sense one can understand the only way to create what we call. Evolution is to transcend both the concepts of good and evil. Evil depends completely on one's level of consciousness so in the past and even in these short meditations we spoken about seven levels of fulfillment which correspond to the seven chuckers. Chuck Ross being metaphors between consciousness and biology so the first level is survival. The second level is achievement that third level is restful awareness piece. The fourth level is going beyond the condition mind. The fifth level is beauty. Creativity the freedom to explore the six level. His where we start to see the good and evil are human constructs for feeling disconnected or connected and finally as transcend all concepts realize that there is no evil only the shifting patterns of consciousness in an eternal dance therefore we can think of evil as the contrast to goodness truth beauty at each of these levels of expressions of consciousness. So let's go over this level one. The worst evil is to hurt someone physically or endangered survival. Because at level one that's all that Badghis level to the worst evil is to enslave people economically depriving them of any chance to succeed and prosper level. Three the worst evil is to destroy peace and bring about disorder level for the worst evil is to entrap people's mind through the conditioned collective mind which is influenced by culture and let's say ultimately by leaders who are not ethical level. Five the Westie will is to destroy beauty. Creativity and the freedom to explore level six. The worst evil is often difficult to tell from goods since all of creation is relative. If it wasn't relative there would be no experience and level seven the level of the absolute we transcend these differences. Good and bad pleasure and pain. He will and what we call goodness. There's only the truth. Beauty Harmony. Creativity and higher calling that spontaneously emerges when we are silent witnesses of the shifting batons of consciousness that are happening both personally and collectively we look at evil in society or what we call evil in society. Then you'll see that all these seven levels have been played out by tyrants by death spots and by societies such slavery for example the Hor- colonialism terrorism trapping mind. Her cultish frameworks. Once we understand this then we also understand that the one reality which is infinite accepts all these definitions has it must because anything that consciousness can perceive Israel to the perceiver so think of it this way everyone. Even those who you think are evil doing the best. They can from their level of consciousness or their awareness. Once you see this then you are ready to forgive not forgive the act but forgive the person that you think is responsible for the evil act because the person is only acting from the level of consciousness so forgiveness of many purposes first of all. Forgive not because the other person necessarily deserves forgiveness. But I've said in the past you deserve peace and as long as you can't forgive our US forgiveness you will not have peace. Non Judgement is the way to creative exploration of how both good and evil and contrasting experiences that recalled good and evil can give rise to a new creativity that can go beyond what we call traditional Dogma and traditional ideological frameworks he will as part of a hierarchy a ladder of growth in which everything changes depending on the rung. You happen to be standing on and ultimately by transcending these human guns trucks. 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A Spy Story Full of Idiots # 967

The Dan Bongino Show

58:50 min | 2 years ago

A Spy Story Full of Idiots # 967

"Get ready to hear the truth about America on a show. That's not immune to the facts with your host. Dan bongino. Dan Bongino, show producer, Joe. How are you today? Hey, h. Melvin you're watching us on YouTube. It's Friday routine. Oh, man. Is it a stack news day today? Yes. I always come onto your a little excited to talk about things. But after last night's tactical nuke dropped on the battlefield of ideas in this in this whole scandalous thing. Going on with the Trump administration. I was super excited to get on the listen. Let's get right to it today. Yes. Let's go. Okay. So I've been telling. That was like a Howard Dean. And we're going to wash. Joe forget that was the end the Howard Dean, hopefully this show. I've been telling you guys ladies all along about some key dates in this scandal. Okay. Ski dates July of twenty seventeen was a key period July, June of twenty seventeen in this entire Debarak oil video with the Obama administration spying on the Trump team. This is going to be key stuff. We had another key Dake at launch last night. Okay. So I called July June of two thousand seventeen the civil war period. Why? Because this within our government this whole battle breaks out July of twenty seventeen follow me and June right around this period. Okay. This is when the inspector general who is looking into effectively, the internal affairs officer for the government is looking into this whole stroke paid spying on Trump thing stroke is the lead investigator. He's looking into this whole tobacco lead in July two thousand seventeen headline. That's when the G gets the tax up until November thirtieth. So he gets the text of the lead investigators evolve. He looks at them and goes holy. I have no doubt. A lot of things that happen in July of twenty seventeen in June in this period. I got another thing they had this. There's news to add as of yesterday hat tip. The Sarah Carter Chuck Ross and others who broke the story yesterday. July twenty seventh. He's also when popadopoulos is arrested at the airport and a quickie arrest. Paul manafort's houses. Rated all of a sudden in other words, everything on the Bob Muller side speeds up I believe because Muller probably gets win that. Hey, listen. The inspector general has the text of the people investigating Trump and Bobby Bobby, very eight good, buddy. Who it is not good? We're reading these checks about all this stuff going on behind the scenes to target the Trump team. And it ain't pretty what we can add something to the list of what happened in a look at this up on the screen. Yeah. For those you watch it on YouTube. You have the July twenty seventeen time lineup under screamer all of this stuff happens at the same time. We'll put it up on the website today at Bongino dot com. We ever another addition to this time line, which maybe after the show will will will put in the we'll put on it on the graphic. There's an article in the Indy star magazine from a while ago in the star newspaper about a certain key player in the Trump pants White House leaving the administration in suspiciously June of twenty seventeen towards the end of June. Here it is in these star dot com. Mike Pence's first major staff shakeup, Josh pick Pitcock out. Nick errors in chief of staff. Yeah. Josh Pitcock, the Mike Pence chief-of-staff leaves now they said don't worry Pitcock, which was a pre planned departure. Oh was it wasn't now. Keep in mind. Keep that seven months, take it silo it put it in a cabinet for a minute because I'm going to have to open that cabinet minute. We're talking about we're gonna we have the one key period is July June two thousand seventeen I'm going to talk about another key period. Now, but the takeaway from this July period is a bunch of suspicious stuff with the Muller team where they speed up their investigation arrests. Search warrants stuff happens right after they find out that this investigation is corrupt because they get a hold of the FBI's Tex back and forth about how corrupt the investigation is. And right around the same time a guy by the name of Josh Pitcock leaves the Mike Pence administration, boom, he's gone same time period. Hold that Pitcock lease widest Pitcock. Let's transition to story to Chuck Ross hat tip to him in the daily. Caller. These stories will be in the show notes. Please check out the show notes today a bunch dot com. So always attached to the podcast if you drop a drop down the menu on a website. It's really important Chuck Ross yesterday put this story up stroke page texts suggest FBI use post election briefing to gather Intel on Trump team. What to your P senators say Chuck Ross this, ladies and gentlemen, again, you went this isn't even a tactical nuke. This is a neutron bomb like dropped on this thing. So some new text emerge yesterday and Sarah Carter had him. Chuck Ross had them broach stories Adam Hannity covered this last night on his show. Some new texts of emerge between these these goof-balls running this investigation stroke and Lisa page at the FBI. And in the texts they talk about a couple of things here's some screen caps from the Chuck Ross peace now, keeping mum keep in mind. VP's guy leaving in the summer of twenty seventy keep that. All in mind. Okay. Here's some of this information from the piece of quote, this is this is fascinating. This is a text that we just found from Peter stroke, the FBI, he's texting his girlfriend Lisa pages. And FBI lawyer talking with Bill talking about Bill press them do you want Joe to go with an Evans instead of Charlie for a variety of reasons? Stroke wrote to page on November seventeenth 2016. Remember that date? Remember November seventeenth twenty sixteenths. Some of you been listened to my show already put into into together. But standby do not sure would it be unusual to have so much blanked out show up again, maybe another agent from the team page responded. He writes back or he's the guy. Same might make sense. He can assess if there are any new questions or different demeanor. If katie's husband is there he can see if there are people we can develop for potential relationships Roach stroke who initially led the FBI's Trump Russia probe where we're going to use this slide again, so they can keep this thing hand, these we're gonna bring this up again. Now, there's a lot in there. And some of you may be confusion. What what did you just read? It was a lot is reading. So if we call Jill, June, July, the civil war periods. I'm calling November of two thousand sixteen which obviously is before July of twenty seventeen I'm calling this the big mystery the black hole, okay? Ladies and gentlemen, November seventeenth Peter stroke is texting his girlfriend in that. Text Lisa page about sending a counterintelligence FBI guy there. I'm assuming to the White House or some White House briefing. That's what they mean. The F B I guy. He's sending over there. They're asking if they can use him to quote develop relationships. What do you think he's talking about? You think he's talking about going to a party at Chucky cheeses with his boy he's talking about going into the White House to develop relationships. They're not talking about having burgers and smash burger. They're talking about developing assets information channels into the White House in other words, spying a mole. Thank you. Now, they mentioned specifically someone called katie's husband. Katie's husband. Would that be Katherine seamans husband who used to work for Peter stroke? Who's Katherine seems husband? Oh, Josh Pitcock, the vice president's chief of staff who conveniently leaves it Judah 2017 when all of these texts come out g isn't that? A major coincidence. Gosh, how did that happen? So Peter stroke has someone working with him by the name of Catherine, aka maybe Katie semen. They're wondering about katie's husband who happens to be a guy by the name of Josh Pitcock, who's the vice president's chief of staff if he'll be there. So they can develop potential relationships or as Joe said a mole. They're trying to ladies and gentlemen. I can't tell you this. This is the greatest spy story of all time, except it's full of idiots. It's this isn't the JAMES BOND saga. It's the bond. Jayme saga. This isn't the Jack Ryan saga. It's the Ryan Jack saga. Guide day weren't even smart enough to cover their tracks. Now, keep in mind, let's walk through this. Now, we're not just to be clear here. We're not positive because I don't want to do what liberals do that Katy is in fact, Catherine seaman the information. There seems pretty strong that that's the case. It may be. Katie works for stroke. Katie's husband is the vice president's chief of staff. These texts are unearth months later in June and July twenty seventeen and all of a sudden pitch Pitcock. Katie's husband winds up leaving. Was were they trying to develop this guy? Some kind of information channel into the White House. What else could that text possibly mean? Now, I said to you in the text. There was a date that when did this specific text about katie's husband, and developing basically moles inside the White House when did this text come out. November seventeenth put that up again, if you don't mind. They ask something very specific on this November seventeenth. I can't episodes this date enough twenty sixteen texts. They're looking to see through their sources. That are at this White House meeting or this meeting with White House staff to be precise that if there's any change in demeanor or any new news. Now, Joe, yes, why would the FBI investigators investigating the White House the transition team at that point? Excuse me, the Trump team. Why would they be looking for new questions or any change in demeanor? Well, what else happened, ladies and gentlemen on November seventeenth twenty sixteen. If we could go to the excellent Jeff Carlson piece at the markets work, which will I will. I will include in the show notes. Again, is what's an older piece? But there's a piece by Jeff costs in January ten twenty eighteen in American hero. The referring to Mike Rogers, the NSA and the death of a Pfizer narrative. This is an older story. But here is a screen cap from the piece, which is just peachy. He says, Jeff I I discussed Mike Rogers in April second 2017 posts, I quoted the following time line on November seventeen twenty sixty. Oh, wait, oh the same day. Peter stroke is worried about a change in demeanor with the transition team or the White House or anything. They're looking for transition team changes in demeanor. I should November seven twice extension. This is the transition just to be clear, I don't want to confuse anybody. So on November seventeen two thousand sixteen. What happens and essay director, Admiral Mike Rogers travels to see President-Elect Donald Trump and Trump Tower up in New York, director Rogers does not inform his boss deny director of national intelligence. James Clapper, isn't that fascinating is intriguing. It goes on all on November seventeen twenty sixteen. The Trump transition team announces they are moving all transition activity to Trump National Golf course in Bedminster, New Jersey. Wow. Isn't that fast? I suddenly decamped from Trump Tower and the Trump team heads all the way to Bedminster, New Jersey on November seventeen twenty sixteenth the same day stroke and page or texting each other back and forth about getting information from the transition team in a worried about a change in demeanor. What happens immediately after that? On November nineteen two days later, the Washington Post reported on a recommendation by Defense Secretary ash Carter and Jim Clapper in October that Mike Rogers be removed from his position. Folks, there are a lot of big mysteries left in this case. Some huge miss who was Joseph Masud what exactly to the scope memo say, but I'm going to rank up. There is one of the top two. Maybe the top mystery of this is what the heck did Mike Rogers. Tell Donald Trump on November seventeen twenty sixteen. What did he tell them? What did he talk to him about Trump Tower in a meeting? He doesn't tell anybody in the Obama administration about the NSA director one of our lead spy agencies who must be aware at this point of the spying activity on the Trump team. How do we know that Joe because Mike Rogers has already lodged a complaint with the FIS accord and the office of compliance indicating that he's detected unusual surveillance activity in the NSA database? He already knows this is all documents not a conspiracy theory. This is on the record Rogers already knows. There has been some serious malfeasance and abuse of the NSA system. He then pops up during the transition to Trump Tower doesn't tell anybody in the Obama team who had worked for all of a sudden Trump gets out at Trump Tower stat. Next thing, you know, two days later, Obama wants him fired and on the same day heads up there Schroeck in page, you're texting each other worried about some change in demeanor amongst White House, and if they can get White House incoming White House staffers. I use them as moles and information channels to detect the change in demeanor. What changes demeanor the change of demeanor? You would likely see if Donald Trump just found out his entire transition team was being spied on you mean that change in demeanor. Ladies and gentlemen, the big mystery. And I know I saw the clip the other night on the FOX show. I get and I'm not willing to go that far you when I am. I'll let you know. I you know, what I'm talking about. Some of you sent me emails. What did my garage tell Donald Trump? That explains ladies and gentlemen, this entire series of events. If Mike Rogers warned Donald Trump about a militia surveillance operation at abuse of the NSA system at target is team member seventeenth this whole chronology of events. Now make sense Rogers goes up to Trump Tower doesn't tell the Obama team that's been spying on the Trump team. Number two. We warned Trump on November seventeen twenty sixteen potentially. Trump gets out at Trump Tower immediately possibly better comsec up in Bedminster where they can control the traffic more. November nineteenth the Obama team freaks out demands. He's fired Mike Rogers the same day as the Rogers briefing stroke in page freak out there. Looking for an information channel as Joe said a mole inside the Trump team to detect any changes in demeanor. Those texts. Nobody finds out about those texts until win June July twenty seventeen in those texts where they're looking for a mole, it appears the mall. They're looking for is Mike Pence's chief-of-staff Josh Pitcock through his wife who works with the FBI investigator. Those texts are aired. The ORG finds out about them Pitcock. Mysteriously leaves popadopoulos was arrested. There's a search warrant at manafort's house. The GOP calls for a second special counsel. Jim baker's being looked into it the FBI for leaking to the media. Folks, this is the greatest spice story ever told. But I can't f- assize enough. It is chock full of idiots. They were texting over unsecured devices their entire plan. These are counter intelligence investigators for the F B. And they couldn't figure out not to expose their plot on text to each other Lord of the idiots. We needed a little comic relief did. This story is is fascinating. Wow. Folks. Please read the Chuck Ross piece read the Sarah Carter piece read the show notes today. This text last night is explosive explosive. It if katie's husband is in fact, Josh Pitcock and Mike Rogers did in fact, in some way, warned Donald Trump on November seventeenth this whole story. Now makes sense. Rogers would be the hero that a lot of people think he is. Only open question is what exactly did he tell Donald Trump that day? This is unbelievable. Please share this show today, please because this store now I can see why everybody's panicking. Everybody say everybody. I mean, the Dem's the rhinos who assisted in this nonsense. The media people who were co conspirators and the FBI and Intel community people that were involved. Now, it makes the world a sense now, you weren't only spying through human assets, which the fund helper using national security letters to spy on the Trump team. Actual secret surveillance warrants from the Pfizer court to spy on the Trump team. Now, you're trying to recruit moles inside the transition team because you're worried you've been exposed. Oh my gosh. Can this thing get any uglier? All right. I got a lot more. It was only story won his more an uncle anywhere, folks. Today's show brought to you by buddies at open fit open fit is bringing you something new to makes it even easier to never miss a sweat session lose the commute to the gym. And let the workouts come to you. My family uses this my wife loves it. She's ripped she digs this thing. Open finish fantastic. Open fit takes all the complexity out of losing weight and getting fit. It's brand. New super simple streaming service lousy to work out from the comfort of your living room. There's little as ten minutes a day. Listen, everybody's body's different right? Open fit gets at one workout for everyone. I know that I've tried other people's workouts. They don't work then I make my own or I find another one works. Great. 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Because there's been some important economic here. Somebody back to some other just monster bombshells over launch yesterday. But some really good news tempered by some bad news. But it is Friday. So you know, what let me put you. Let me give you the good news. I so some economic numbers came out today by the bureau of economic analysis, and it looks like the first quarter of the year the economic growth rates were in astonishing three point two percent beating expectations have a piece of the Washington Examiner today. Joe Lawlor, April twenty six twenty nine nine three point two percent beating expectations, ladies and gentlemen. That's an incredible number three point two percent. It listen, it's our historical average of growth. But given how long this prolonged recovery from a recession has been thanks to the Obama administration's awful economic policies. In other words, this thing is long in the tooth because we could've had three point two percent rates earlier. Instead he dragged it on with his heavy regulatory policies taxes in ObamaCare. And now finally the Trump is curbing some of that stuff. We're starting to see some of this robust growth now keep in mind. This some perspective for this number first quarter three point two percent numbers critical. It's critical because it's a big number and it's critical because Obama never averaged annually annually three percent growth in any year of his eight-year presidency. I've said this before but it's critical. You remember this? He is the only president in modern American history. Despite the fact that he served two terms they even said this yesterday too never ever reach an annual growth rate of three point two percent, depending on how you calculate a trumpet that number last year. But it looks like in the first quarter. We may be on track for that again three point. Percent is a solid number right now put it in perspective at seven percent growth, which granted is out of probably out of the realm of possibility barring a major breakthrough Ansari im seven percent growth, the economy doubles in real terms in ten years. Real terms not inflation, not not nominal in real terms meeting. If the average income in America that he was fifty thousand dollars in the economy were to grow for seven percent in ten years. The economy would be worth the average income will be one hundred thousand dollars. That's average. That's pretty phenomenal. Three percent means a doubles. Obviously by simple arithmetic calculation twenty years if we could hit three percent for twenty years in many of our lifetimes Joe in mine including but definitely my kids lifetime. Their incomes and the GDP of our country, and our wealth and productivity would double. That's a huge number double. That's big. We need to hit that three percent number. That's been our historical growth rate. That's led to our prosperity. We have today. This is a great number also in that number real disposable income up by two point four percent, solid. Wow. That means there is more money in your wallet. It's as simple as that. This was a solid solid report smile a little bit on Friday. The Donald Trump economy is motoring along. Now. I always I don't mean to be Debbie Downer. Danny Downer in this case. But I don't want to give you an overly rosy picture. I think Trump is doing the best. He can right now. But if we don't get a whole of our out of control spending, ladies and gentlemen, we are looking at potentially a dead apocalypse coming up dead, apocalypse, excuse me is interesting report up zero hedge today, I'll have up in the show notes headline two hundred and twenty thousand dollars for every man woman in child in America. We are now at seventy two trillion dollars in debt. Folks, this is astonishing you may say seventy two trillion. That's sounds outrageous, Dan, I heard the debt was only twenty trillion. Yeah. The federal debt. But when you look at the calculation of corporate debt, consumer debt student loan debt state and local dead, and you marry that all up with the federal debt. We are seventy two trillion dollars in debt. Put that in perspective. Entire value of our economy. What we're worth right now. Collectively twenty two trillion annually. We owe nearly four times that. Take that to a micro level pull it out of the macro scale. Imagine you earn and you produce in value one hundred thousand dollars in income every year, ladies and gentlemen. If you're collective debt was four hundred thousand dollars. Do you think you'd be in trouble? The answer is obviously a big sad. But resounding. Yes. Of course, we are in a world of trouble on the debt front now. I'll leave it as this. If Donald Trump on the on the good news from because I don't wanna leave you in macabre mood on a Friday. If Donald Trump can maintain this growth rate through the election of three percent. I saw a commentator on FOX this morning. Forgive me. I forget his name zone allies, interesting guy. He said the odds of Donald Trump winning. Reelection are overwhelming if in the three quarters prior to election day, the nine months prior to election day, if he can maintain that three percent growth rate, we've seen now election days, obviously next year. He is almost guaranteed reelection. All right. That's the good news. The good if he can maintain it. Obviously, the downside is this debt overhang, which we're working on a big Ponzi scheme right now. Ladies and gentlemen, we are borrowing money in an endless spigot of debt. We are borrowing money in the hopes that this borrowed money is eventually going to collectively pay off in my major growth rates. We are not growing fast enough right now Joe to outrun our debt again forget collectively are dip because when you explain it in the macro, it gets confusing. Think about it in the micro. If your four hundred thousand dollars in debt, and you're making one hundred thousand a year, and you're borrowing essentially, fifty to one hundred thousand more dollars a year piled on the four hundred you already owe you may say to yourself. Well, gosh, how would you ever recover from that debt you won't? But if you're doing it in the hopes that you're investing in a business that's gonna make a major breakthrough gel the next medical innovation. Some AI breakthrough whatever it may be. And you're going to be worth a billion in ten years. Then all of a sudden at four hundred thousand in debt doesn't seem so bad. Even the hundred thousand more you're adding every year, you track me here worked at suck at a debt worked the problem is we are borrowing money. So. So fast that even at three percent growth. We're not growing fast enough to ever be able to catch up to the interest on that debt. We are walking off a debt cliff. The only bright side to this debt apocalypse. We're looking at straight ahead of us. I mean, it is this is the most predictable financial crisis in human history. We all better pray that the US economy comes up with the next big thing quick. And I don't know what that next big thing is there's a lot of people out there who write about this kind of stuff. Greg gap is one of them and people who write about productivity and things like that. Is it artificial intelligence is it materials technology three D printing. What is it is it the next breakthrough in chip technology, transportation technology? I don't know. I don't know what there's a lot of speculation about what it maybe if I if I knew I'd be a billionaire myself. I go invented tomorrow. I don't know what it is. But everyone in this listening audience better darn well hope that next breakthrough that next industrial revolution through this. Major breakthrough comes quick because I don't I don't see how we make it the next ten years as a constitutional Republic functioning with this kind of a debt staring us in the face. I don't see it. I don't see it. We are read the article zero hedge where explains to you Joe every American owes to every American every working American man every man woman child in the country at this level of debt owes two hundred and twenty thousand dollars. I don't have that kind of money that is staggering buydell either laying around now. Very well. I don't have it. Now. Gosh, I talked to the show Paul is probably what I. Right. What did you say? So you guys be quiet. We do things differently here. Sorry. This is a this is a constant back and forth. You know, if I issue an aside for a second. So we're going to wrap that up and say if we can hit that if we can get that major breakthrough. That's the only way out of this. Okay. Folks. The only way let's all pray it happens. But I remember watching never see private parts with Howard Stern. That's a movie I'm not asking if you saw the movie's called private parts, I didn't you know, growing up in New York. He was always on the radio, and I saw the movie on HBO not that long ago, actually. And there's an interesting part in the movie where he says he's talking to his wife about his radio career and how he's holding back. And he says, you know, I think we should just go for it. He becomes like the Howard Stern. You're probably all familiar with. And you know, just does whatever on the radio, and my wife, and I talked about that clip a lot because a while ago. But I made the decision to do this show and do it the right way. And it reminds me something that happened to me recently which have to remain quiet about for one not because I don't want to. But I just don't want to hurt anybody's feelings. That's the only reason, but I decided a long time ago, and they showed it just kind of go for it. And that I would never allow myself to be leashed. And you know, it leads to some uncomfortable moments for me Joe and everyone else involved, but I assure you one thing Joe, you know, better than this show is real high lead, there ain't no messing around here. Okay. I'm not going to sit has remember dirty Danjaq put baby Nicole accord or eight can happen. Sorry, wrong guy. Okay. Moving on their wives. Really like chewed to. She's still in the rob Schneider. Dude, remember underway and say do this is what you'd wanted to? Okay story. Number tweets. Visit go one is a short one. But eight Kim strassel who just I can't say enough about work is just terrific at the Wall Street Journal. She has a piece up today, and I have a big big chapter in book to book to exonerate it. Available on Amazon and Barnes and noble dot com. It's the title of it by by me. It's almost done with it. But I have a big chapter. I don't know if this is going to be the title yet. But the title of the chapter were working with the working title is what Muller missed basically Muller. Did this whole thing and missed magically Joe Bob Mueller special counsel assigned to investigate Russian collusion. Managed to miss all the big Russian collusion questions. So Kim strassel sums this up in a beautiful piece. Very well done in the Washington, excuse me, Wall Street Journal today title. Her columnist called Potomac watch the Russians and the dossier Muller should have investigated whether Moscow use the'll and its interference. So just to be clear on this Muller's initial charter was to investigate how Russians tried to interfere in our election yet he missed I have a whole chapter on the big questions. He missed. It's going to blow your mind, you're going to be like how could he possibly have missed all the big questions and hit on all the nonsensical stuff. So she writes in the piece, I the first big takeaway will Muller missed that. The former spy note to the public in Russia also be she's talking about steel became known for sending reports to the US govern last year. Former Obama State Department official Jonathan winer explain it two nine he became friendly with steel and this relationship starting as early as twenty thirteen insured that more than one hundred steals reports on Russian topics were shared with the State Department. Hold that for a second. Keep in mind what she's saying here? Bob Muller supposed to investigate Russian collusion in the in the election. Christopher. Deal. We now know according to speed had a working relationship with the State Department going back to two thousand nine providing reports on Russia. She goes on. Given that the dossier is largely based on Russian sources if you watch yesterday's show or listen to it. You know that some supposedly connected to the Kremlin did the Kremlin know about this arrangement and see an opportunity to spoon feed in the US government disinformation, dang designating. Thank you, Kim strassel for so eloquently. Putting into words what you Chuck Ross Jeff Carlson. Others have been asking forever. You watch yesterday's show again where I show you the FIS it and the footnotes. The FBI is already acknowledged that steel sub sources were Russian did the Russians know this that Steele was feeding information to the State Department as early as two thousand nine in the FBI and feed him bogus information. This is the pen head-scratching while the FBI, Bob Muller. You didn't think to ask that question? I thought we were investigating Russian collusion. The Russians know steel is a Basescu to the State Department, and the FBI do you Joe do you think it's just possible that the Russians knew that they'd say, hey, man, this is a golden opportunity to feed this guy. Some BS information that makes its way into the US government impossible. Yeah. You're torn rice, I spent a lot of time in Russia when I was a secret service guy die. They're not stupid. They may not be the wealthiest country on earth. But they're not idiots. Joe? Just full disclosure Joe. Yeah. Because you know, we'll be investigated by Bob Muller next where you in Russia to one point. Yeah. Okay. I just want that out there, folks. Because Bob MO Jo I know why he was he was a personal thing at I'm not gonna but I was in Russia for work. Bob muller. I did not collude with the Russias. I've just putting out there, folks. Okay. Bob Muller be knocking on my door net. Joe to he was in Russia to leave Joe alone free. Joe? Wanted me to put that on a t shirt, but our store. What is it save Joe or free jobs? Pretty funny like Free Willy movie free arm, a guy robs bags Russian Koluder. Everything's unbelievable. Takeaway number two from the strassel piece. So take away number one where the Russians aware of the steel backchannel into the government take away. Number two quote. We've also learned more about steel infusions connections to Russians. Gee, I thought Muller was investigators steel set a series of emails to the Justice department employees, Bruce or in two thousand sixteen enquiring about the status of a visa for Oleg Dera Pasqua oligarchy with Kremlin ties. Okay. Hold on. Hold on. So still working with state the State Department, and the FBI the rush is clearly aware of this because THEO has Russian sources documented, okay? Steel is also emailing texting Bruce or from the department of Justice, a lead department of Justice official whose wife works for fusion GPS, the company steals working for is e mailing about a Russian oligarch named ole der, pasta and his visa status. Curious trying to help them out theropods connected to Putin. Where is that a Damola report was he even remotely interested? How did he miss? This Muller must be and Weisman his is chief lunatic on this thing. They must be the dumbest investigators in human history to have missed this. So you don't investigate the backchannel steel has with the State Department. You don't investigators Russian sources, you don't investigate his ties to a noted Russian oligarch therapa SCA. Also, did you bother investigating? What we've been talking about on the show forever that fusion GPS was working alongside and Italian veselnitskaya, the Russian lawyer who arranged the. Trump Tower meeting in June of two thousand sixteen fusion was hired as part of a team to help vessel sky undermine Bill Browder the man behind the Magnitsky act a law that imposes sanctions on Russians for corruption and human rights activities. Did you bother at all to look into the Russian lawyer who meets with Trump's union her connections to fusion the same company hired by Hillary. Are you even remotely interested in? We don't need to beat that one death. You've heard it on the show without times. Now, none of this was investigated by Muller, but expect no questions from the left or the media that are unbelievably in curious about the biggest scandal of our time. They don't care about Russian collusion at all. They care about lying about Russian collusion. Now. I'm gonna play video. Buck Sexton on TV. Buck Sexton is one of my friends. He's a great guy. We've known each other for a long time. Former CIA employees worked with the NYPD and the Intel section very bright guy. Buck Sexton is clearly had enough. He has a show on Hilty. He is clearly had enough of this far left stupidity regarding the dossier in this whole case and Russian interference and Mahler and Muller not doing he had on his show a liberal. I don't know who this guy is I've never heard of them. But watch this guy completely utterly humiliate himself on Buck Sexton show trying to insist that did the dossier Joe which has been debunked by every sane person on the planet. They're going back now to the starting gate two years ago that now the dossiers really listened to the stupidity and watch. Buck Sexton reaction is priceless regardless of Russia. There was no collusion with the president is states. And that's what it comes down. Exactly, right. There was there was no indictable conspiracy. There was absolutely collusion. You know? There was a meeting with the Russians. They took the information from the Russians he called on the Russians to release. To release the what is your definition of collusion? That would be yet taking a meeting with somebody now with the meeting taking not knowing what they're going to tell you which. I didn't know what they were going to tell them. They knew exactly. Give me they were taking the meeting because they were they were they were proffered negative information on Hillary Clinton from the Russian government and was not from the Russian government. The lawyer. It was absolutely Russian government. I need to know something if that's a really bad idea. That's wrong. Terrible nasty. What is it? When the DNC pays a law firm to hire a foreigner. Christopher steele. Who was not a US citizen has no role in US election whatsoever to use Russian sub sources in a smear campaign that now the New York Times itself says may have been a Russian disinformation campaign and run that through the FBI and the press in this country coup bought the whole thing. Line six. This is Bach. You are the man brother. Thank you that clip goes on for a few more minutes. But in the interest of time I had to cut up. He then goes on to say how oh no none of that. The dossier was real the whole time. It's it's fake. It's a discredited hoax. Thank you. Buck Sexton for finally mail in this guy to the wall. The guy tries to argue this premise that a meeting with a Russian lawyer visited sky is evidence of collusion. And then when buck handsome on the fact that really how do you how do you answer? The fact that Russian sub sources were used by the guy paid fairly in other words, they paid for actual. He goes. Dossier's real this is in Baresi embarrassing. Nice job. Buck sexton. I had a play that he hits every one of our points in that that it's never addressed in the report at all while in the FBI's own FIS if you watch yesterday's show. They clearly right about the steel steals information coming from Russians, and yet the Democrats are still cleaning through this talking point that information that was never exchanged from Russians at the Trump Tower meeting. They wanted to talk about Magnitsky. That that was interred evidence of collusion. It's so ridiculous. But nice job by Buck Sexton. Excuse me. All right. I got a couple more things to get through a lot of stuff. You're so a very busy news today show. Also brought to you by buddies at hair club. Hey, listen, confidence is important and sometimes one little change can make all the difference hair. Club knows this and they're inviting you to become part of the hair club family to see how getting the most out of your hair could change your life. They understand the emotions you're feeling and the questions, you may have your hair hair club is the leader in total hair solutions with the legacy of success for over forty years. 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Solomon's P says this that there's this meeting in the White House complex the eighteen acre complex with Ukrainian officials and the Obama White House. Obama officials inside their White House there in that meeting again, I don't collusion with foreigners during the election was a big deal right to specific things or address Ukrainians according to their account. They think they're there to talk about corruption. They're there to talk about corruption. All right. Just not the kind of corruption your thing from the John Salomon piece, the agenda suggested the purpose was training and coordination again on the corruption front, but Ukrainian participants said it didn't take long during the meeting and afterwards to realize the Americans objectives included to politically hot investigation. One that touched Feis president Joe Biden's, family, always and that special. If you listen to yesterday's show, and one that involved a lobbying firm linked closely to then candidate Trump, folks, wait I thought colluding with foreign officials during an election to get your vice presidents investigation into his kid to get that investigation. Suppress and to then get information about a guy working for Donald Trump. I thought foreign collusion was a bad thing. Apparently, not a piece goes on. U? S officials, quote, this is from the Ukrainians kept talking about how important it was that all of our anti corruption efforts be United said Andre Taylor Sankoh, then a political officer in Ukraine embassy in Washington tasked with organizing the meeting tell us shake, oh, no longer works. There said US officials volunteer during the meetings one held in the Ohio in the White House complex that they had an interest in reviving a closed investigation at the payments to US figures from Ukraine's back party of regions that twenty fourteen investigation was led by the F B I and focused heavily on GOP lobbyists. Paul Manafort, whose firm long had been tied to Trump through his partner and Trump how Roger stone. Now. Before we dig into the unsavory details of this continued to buckle of foreign collusion with Ukraine. I like to play you a little video of vice president Joe Biden, former vice president talking about how he visited Ukraine again. Listen to yesterday's show for the details. He visits Ukraine in April two thousand fourteen mysteriously that same week his son hunter gets a lucrative position on Ukrainian natural gas company. How 'bout that one dot happen? Lot of major coincidences Joa. Now, here's another coincidence for you Biden's, giving a speech this again. This is a spy story full of idiots idiots Biden's giving his speech that people recording at a foreign policy seminar. And he goes into talking about how we had a Ukrainian prosecutor coincidence. Totally Joe, I'm sure waken and odd to same prosecutor looking into his kid and these payments to his his kid through this. Natural gas company Biden goes onto brag about how he gets the guy fired. Here's your Bondo James moment. So I got Ukraine and. I remember going over convincing. Our team are others to convince you that we should be providing for loan guarantees. And I went over I guess the twelfth thirteenth time to keep. And and I was supposed to announce that there's another billion dollar loan guarantee. And I got a commitment from Porsche and go and from yachts. Yup. Did they would take action against the state prosecutor and they did? So they said they had they walked out to kind of. And I said I'm not going to we're not going to give you the billion dollars a said, you have no thirty. You're not the president. The president said I said, call them. I said I'm telling you not getting a billion dollars. I said you're not getting a billion. I'm we'd be leaving here. I think it was what six hours, I look I leaving six hours if the prosecutors not fired you're not getting the money. Well, son of a bitch got fired and they put in place someone who was solid at the time. You have that peewee Herman Trump. I mean, I don't even know what to say I need. I need a drop right now. Any creative drop you have I deeply appreciate right out tobacco Pewee. Seems weird a little bit. Good. You think it's a little weird. This guy Joe Biden, this knucklehead is at a foreign policy speech nearly bragging about holding back US funds to Ukraine a billion dollars in conjunction with Obama call. He brags call in conjunction with Obama until they fire. A prosecutor me deepen an investigation into an appointment of his kid onto a natural gas company. He's bragging about it. Again. Get cheese. You're you're almost like. Sometimes when you're involved in a story is need deep in neck deep as I am in this whole spy gate drama. You wanna believe urine covering like really sinister awful people? And they are awful. Don't get me wrong. I'm not trying to sugarcoat this. But Joe just feel like you're part of the larger good. You wanna feel like I remember when I was a cop. You know, when you when you got the guy who had whatever kidnapped someone or someone who had assaulted someone you felt really good. I feel no such sense of. I don't I feel like this is the biggest group of idiots you have ever seen in your life. I have no sympathy for them. No empathy. Nothing. I'm not saying they're not awful. They are awful. But some of the people in this were so stupid. There's a side of my brain like really, you have stroke texting his girlfriend. Hey, man. Basically, how did we get a mole inside the white? Chief of staff guy for Penn who's married to a woman work, a married to women working for stroke, who's mentioned in the tax you have Muller trying to investigate Russian collusion who simultaneously leaves out the three biggest Russian collusion. Questions of all steel, Russian sources Italian vessel sky. You have the vice president trying to according to Jon Solomon's new story interfere in an election into his kid at and bragging on tape about firing the prosecutor looking into it. You have Ukrainians at the White House being asked to open up an investigation at the Paul Manafort after the investigations already been closed by the FBI suspiciously. If you months later, Hillary Clinton hires Glenn Simpson who wrote the story in two thousand seven that likely led to the FBI investigation of Paul Manafort. Wow. The movie script returns. Jeez. I it is. Josh the stupid is legion. It is a Fiqh cloud of stupid. You can't escape her Joe display anymore. Your vintage you're just a little older. Remember the blob movies? I used to watch on Saturday morning when I lived in Long Island. Remember, the blob it was the worst special effects ever? Remember, the kids run running out of the movie theater and applaud it looks like a big blob of jello. And the funny thing about the blob movie is the blop was so slow. You wonder how stupid are these kids if they can't get away from the blonde it wasn't like Fizeau bees in twenty eight days later that can sprint. You know? It was like Jorge Romero Walking Dead zombies. Just run away. Dude run away. How do you get caught by the blob? What is wrong with you? Can you are you not you could might my infant child when she was one could have crawled away from the lob quick it up. These these were the dumbest victims ever, it did this Kate O reminds me of watching the blob just it's not like you never twenty eight days later upto Samis could run you couldn't get away for not loose. Jerry's happy's. These are like the Walking Dead zombies. You can't just sit there. Oh my gosh. It this is really like watching what other shows tune just run. How stupid are you people? This is this is the spy story for morons. I want telling you book to you're going to be if you think they're morons now. Wait till you finish the book. Holy Moses, man. I mean, what do they do take into stupid, intervene Asli? Must be their main lining it like like with a used insulin. Needle or something? I mean cash injection. You have the lead investigators for the FBI counter intelligence division. This guy stroke is a supervisor a management level guy. Probably an SIS level employee who's been doing this whole life who can't figure out that. He's probably a tool it a Russian disinformation probe at any decides to text on a non secure device. A woman he's having an affair with exposing your whole plot. Oh my gosh. Dude. Are you this stupid? You have Bob Muller a decorated FBI director who by the way had his share issues too. But the left thinks he's the greatest thing ever. You are Bob Muller. A career public servant who is supposed to be investigating Russian collusion who misses every single component of the Russian collusion. Case you have the Obama White House bringing in Ukrainians bragging about firing Ukrainians investigating people in the Obama White House. And then you have the same above a White House bringing in Ukrainians asking him to reopen a closed FBI case into Paul Manafort who's already being investigated by a reporter, a former reporter Simpson who's been hired by Hillary to gin up a movie script about Donald Trump. Oh my gosh. Are you people at he? It's this is the dumbest spice story in American. You know, what in American history? I should re I said retitled my second book, exonerated a comedy. I I should. Seinfeld episode. I mean, we need like a left track to this show. Remember the left truck? He people would laugh you ever see a sitcom they have alleged they've left treks. Joe? Can we for next week? Can we get a laugh track for the show can just pull one off the internet? That's not copyrighted. We need a laugh track because this show is becoming like a sick tragic comedy. I mean that Matt good way these were the dumbest people I have ever seen. And then finally, we'll let you grow for the weekend. Muller figures it all out. In the I g Eddie doubles down on stupid instead of issuing an index card like thing, I'm sorry, America. This case is colossal be s I have wasted your time look at these morons. What does he do? He goes at arrest popadopoulos at the airport did serve a search warrant uphold Matt for arrest. Trump's lawyer. I stupi starts investigating. Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen who gets arrested later. And we're all supposed to celebrate this guy. With that movie village of the damned this is the village of the stupid. Oh, man. This is this is so much fun on today's show, folks. It's the weekend. So just know this Justice. I believe is coming. I'm serious. I sources are pretty decent on this I- justices. Come smile a little bit great growth numbers going to be a good weekend. I have some date night with my wife. I always look forward to buy way. Some guy Email me stop talking about my wife on. I am sorry. I dig my wife. It's part of my the show. You don't listen to shows free, folks. You don't have to listen our sponsors pay for it. But you know, it's part of my life. It's part of my show. And I look forward to the weekends at stuff. So sorry, but that's not gonna change. She's also an integral part of the show. Just like Joe. She works here too. So all right. 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"Get ready to hear the truth about America on a show. That's not immune to the facts with your host. Dan, Bongino, dbongino show producer Joe. How are you today? Hey. Yeah. Yes. It sure is. Yeah. You may have missed the Twitter hijinks yesterday. So subdued who hosts a radio station or something up in New York. Yeah. He goes by kid Meteo or Mito or some weirdo or something like that. He went after Tucker, call said on his Twitter account, like you know, it all caps. I challenge them to a fight. Listen, I I was like fake tough guy other. What of these fake tough guys everyone into the my whole life. And I had some back before you got to check it out on Twitter. It's really fun. It's I think his name is meet our or meet me. Roar meet bow or something like that. So. So. It was funny. No, it's money, folks. It's usually don't refer you to my Twitter account. I hate the boy by two hundred five but this one is definitely worth your time. You gotta see this guy flip it out. He tells me to. He. It's not a joke. I'm this is that this really happened. The guy who challenges Tucker Carlson to a fight. You know, listen, I'm not going to whatever man you're going to challenge that your I think your fake tough guy. He tells me to this. You know, when you were a kid if it dude wanted to fight you David meet me around a corner, maybe outside the parking lot. Absolutely. Meet me outside of school. Right. Has anyone ever told you to meet them in the men's department at Neiman, Marcus and? I'm famous New York because on billboards in New York, and so I kept responded back. He's actually mirrow, but I kept responded back to driving crazy deer meat Bali veer Meteo. Listen, folks, it's worth your time. Let's really funny. Dear beep, oh, it was driving a mode UB poll of a meal famous unfair on a billboard, man. He's like a Super Bowl commercial man for also in Breslau. He's a good local your podcast and Google cheese. The way of guys I don't diamond dozen. We me be an immense. Marcus. I was crying reading it about people responded back to this guy. Hey, Meteo, you're picking the wrong fight here body. Just just f y all right, listen, I got a lot of great stuff you today, including a great analysis of this current situation by Andy McCarthy, which exposes these these hack liberals and media folks for what they are. All right today show brought you are buddies at express VPN love expressed VPN admit, it, you think cybercrime is something that happens to other people not you. But it may happen to you. You may think that no one wants your date or that. Hackers can't grab your passwords your sensitive data or credit card details, but you'd be wrong stealing data from unsuspecting people on public WI FIS one of the simplest and cheapest ways for hackers to make easy money. When you leave your internet connection unencrypted, they you may be writing your passports on that billboard out there. You know, the billboards the other guys talking, but that's what would happen. 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Every attorney general is hand picked by the president. Are you unfamiliar with how appointees in the executive branch work selected by the president confirmed by? Studying starting there. It is the Jay. Oh my God. Pick by the bread. Every attorney general is hand picked by the president every call there in Loretta Lynch were and picked by Obama. So that lines really dumb. But McCarthy brings up a great point. Because what the Democrats are now trying to say is Bill bar is clearly this is the piece by the way in national review where he covers it the folly of the Muller investigation by Andy McCarthy, it'll be in the show notes today. Please read it's very good. He addresses this this conundrum the liberals find themselves in. So you're saying now the department of Justice corrupted if you're a liberal because it's run by an attorney general pick by the president which again every attorney general's picked by the president. But what's fascinating Joe is McCarthy rigs up a great point here. It's the southern district is in DOJ at the same southern district. That's prosecuting Michael Cohen, and is now celebrating the fact the liberals are celebrating the fact that the southern district of New York a division of the department of Justice run by Bill bar is the same division investigating Trump. So we love the southern district. It's really awesome because they're hammering Donald Trump. We hate the department of Justice that runs the southern district because Donald Trump picked at attorney general that runs it. Ladies and gentlemen, I'm telling you I wake up every morning thinking to myself what liberal idiocy can we debunk today? Nothing. They stand for makes any sense at all being liberal. Requires you to suspend this belief, it requires you to go into a movie knowing it's fake and pretend it's real suspension of this belief. Right. You suspend your disbelief that the movies fake because you want to enjoy it. This is being a liberal you go into the movie, you watch a movie knowing it's fake, but you suspend your disbelief because you enjoy being stupid. Is the southern district. That's investigating Trump. The bad guys are the good guys because they worked for Bill bar. I know you don't understand how government works president selection. Attorney general nominee Senate confirms him. That's only the way it's been happening forever. Okay. The southern district of New York base eight district within the department of Justice. The department of Justice is broken down at the southern district. Ether eastern district some states only have one district. It was Maryland. When I worked in the Baltimore field offices, the secret service, a what what is it? But there are some other points McCarthy's brought up the southern district one of sorry. That may be my addition to may not be in there, but another one of McCarthy's points, they love the Muller probe. They thought Muller was great when he was arresting Donald Trump, but Muller's chief bulldog, Joe, Andrew Weissmann, Andrew Weissmann came from where the department of Justice. So let's just be clear. You hate the department. Of Justice run by Bill Barr who was a Trump appointee. Because you think they're conflicted yet the same conflicted department of Justice. You celebrate when they're investigating Trump vis-a-vis the southern district, and when Angie what Andrew Weisman who was picked from the same department of Justice to investigate Trump starts investigating Trump. You love them while you simultaneously hate the department of Justice, folks, none of this makes any sense to anyone who's capable of even basic rational thought. All right. I just want to throw that out there because I just I can't take it anymore. I watch these people on the nightly news these liberal talking heads, and it's just one B S line. After the next Jerry Nadler this lunatic who's rapidly competing with Adam Schiff and swallow well for being the silliest most discredited the bunk member of congress. Bill Barnes hiding obstructs that he's hiding of what is wrong with you. You have any evidence that what you said is true. No, I have. No. Of course, you don't. All right. I want to prepare you for this. Okay. We're we're about eight nine minutes in I wanted to get that out of the way. But I want to prepare you for and I want to kind of maybe I don't know may this may help this may hurt. I'm going to explain to you some really astonishing information that came out yesterday. It's in terms of what's gone on with this this operation to take down the Trump team. I cover it. And my second book. But it's I'm going to be honest with you, folks, it's very confusing. And I know you're never supposed to tell you your jobs like ghost jobs have been a radio a long time. You never wanna tell your audience. But folks, it's important. It's critical stuff that I'm gonna talk through with you now. And I hope it makes sense, and I'm relying on your Email feedback. And Joe to tell me if it doesn't let's put the lead out there first because some astonishing new information came out yesterday via Chuck Ross at the daily caller who put a piece out it's been covered by FOX. It was all over yesterday the pieces titled Cambridge academic reflects on interactions with spy gate figure. Here's the lead. Because that headline may be confused. I'm gonna get the Chuck's piece which is in the show notes. And it's a must read. It's really good. It's in the show today. The lead is this from the start. I've been very curious as to why the FBI's timeline on why they spied on the Trump team and attacked them on behalf of the Obama administration. I've been very curious as to why the timeline in the story changes all the time. Yeah. The it started with Trump was a traitor, then it went to no Carter page and the dossier. Then it flipped back to pop propolis. Did it then it flipped it up? Listen down. Or did it the timeline kept changing? And I was talking with the friend of mine a good source as a great analyst on this case yesterday and the phone he knows who he is. And. I think it finally makes sense. Why the bureau is so desperate the FBI to get everybody in the media to to advance this story that George popadopoulos and this Downer. Meaning started this entire investigation. And the reason I believe this is because the FBI was a key player in an off the shelf in classic entrapment scheme. I've said this from the start I haven't brought it up in a long time. But the information that came out yesterday leads me to believe that my analysis of the situation from the start that Josef Mifsud this Maltese professor meets with popadopoulos in April of twenty sixteen that this is they put classic push poll. In other words, they pushed information into the Trump team through popadopoulos with the goal of pulling it out later to make popadopoulos look like some kind of a spy or an intermediary for Russian information. Why do I believe this? Okay. Again, keep the lead in mind here that this is a classic entrapment operation. And at this was off the shelf. They had used this before I we already know that in two thousand eight this John McCain colluded with the Russians thing it already been tried. So in other words, people in the democrat party. Hillary Obama others out. There must have been aware. The fact that this attaching people to the Russians narrative is damaging everybody tracking me. Yeah. Because it had been tried as we've I don't want to repeat the show back as far as two thousand eight on John McCain. This is a central feature and book which lays out timelines. It's going to blow your mind the book is called exonerated, by the way, the failed takedown of Donald Trump. I appreciate everyone. Who's preordered it on Amazon? It means a lot to me. I hate to keep bringing it up. We'll be putting putting a lot of work into it. This off the shelf narrative fails against McCain, although fails against McCain, but Obama wins and it largely dies and falls apart. Now, the old way of thinking of things is that the Trump team presented a unique opportunity to spy the new way, I'm gonna tell you think of these this wasn't new at all that this this guy colluded with the Russians fill in the blank guy had been tried before. And Trump was just the Republican nominee. So they decided to hammer him with it. That's why believe this is such a bigger scandal than anyone wants you to believe it was not specifically about Trump. It was about the Obama administration weaponising intelligence and making up lies about people accusing them essentially being traders to the country in order to gain political advantage. It was tried against McCain. It was tried against Flynn was trying to get Trump tried against page. Trying to popadopoulos this off the shelf take the model off the shelf Russian. Luder fill in blank name had been tried repeatedly. Why is this new article by Chuck Ross so fascinating because it describes as far back as twenty fourteen now and effort to take the he's a Russian Koluder. And pin it to Lieutenant General, Mike Flynn. Now, why is that twenty fourteen date and this new piece by Chuck Ross? So fascinating he and Catherine Herridge did some great work last night on this to interviewing that women involved in this, by the way on Fox News because ladies and gentlemen, Donald Trump was not running for president twenty fourteen and Mike Flynn. Remember this date doesn't join the Trump campaign team until February of twenty sixteen. Okay. Now, this is where this is going to get really interesting. So we have some screen shots from from Chuck Ross's piece. Remember, Donald Trump's not running for president until twenty fifteen and Flynn doesn't join a team to February of two thousand sixteen so this. They're reminds me of that movie, Frankenstein, Robert deniro that was awful. Remember what he's walking through the street. Here's the call. Because I think he's got a disease. He's koluder. It's everywhere. It's McCain and now in two thousand fourteen it's Flynn now. Why would it be Flynn? Why would the Obama administration want to take down someone with a Koluder label the cholera, you're the call? Why? Because Flynn is an outspoken critic of the Iran deal, which is the signature foreign policy piece of the Obama administration. Flynn hates it because he understands exactly what it is an effort to appease the death to America crowd, which will only result in a proliferation. Cascade of nuclear weapons in the Middle East with people want to kill us. Good job by flip. Did that's the long ensuring of the deal. Flynn hates it. Obama considers him an enemy the Obama administration has to take Flynn down. But they can't take Flynn down. Why Joe because like with popadopoulos and like with Carter page us later on and with Donald Trump. There's no evidence to take them down that they've done anything criminal or even a listen. What are they do? They go to the local toys R us. They go. Let's I'll six rushing collude. Arrival. They go halfway down on the left. They take the Russian Koluder toy in the Russian colluded to are. They put the Flynn battery. Oh, this is a mix and match plug and play narrative they've tried over and over. It's the time line, and Chuck Ross's piece. That tells me that what I've been telling you for the entire time is true. This happened in two thousand fourteen now what happened in two thousand fourteen let me lay it out. We're going to put up on the screen some screen shots from the Chuck Ross p starting with screech out number one. This is available in visual form on YouTube dot com slash Bongino. Police. Subscribe check out the video too. I think you'll like it. This is a photo. Courtesy of spent Lana look ova of a dinner look at the date here, folks. It's important. I'll describe it for you. It is a dinner at Cambridge University in London London, which appears again. On February twenty eighth twenty fourteen. It's in the daily caller piece too. If you want to look at yourself, if you don't wanna watch video, that's fine. It is a photo of Sir, Richard. Dear love, a prominent intelligence official for the United Kingdom a guy by the name of Christopher Andrew in associate by the way of a guy who knows to fund helper and Mike Flynn. This is a fascinating picture because it's taken by spent Lana LA Cova. Well, who is Lana? La cova. Spent Lada Lakoba is a woman that is accused of some illicit dealings with the Russians and suspicious dealings with Mike Flynn at that dinner in twenty four teen. Oh, oh why. Conveniently lakoba. It's alleged according to multiple pieces by mainstream media outlets the accusation that this Lakoba is some kind of a Russian carve out who had suspicious dealings with Flynn at this twenty fourteen dinner. According to multiple remedial media reports that allegation comes from who. The fun. How her noted CIA asset and Richard dear love, you k intelligence. James bond. Oh, he's not JAMES BOND. These JAMES BOND where he's Bondo James. That allegation comes from them. Mike Flynn is targeted with the toys. R us. I'll five rushing Koluder label as early as twenty fourteen Flynn hasn't joined the Trump campaign yet Trump's not even running for president, folks. Now Ross who's done some tremendously strongly encourage you to read the piece it'll be in the show notes with Andy McCarthy piece, please subscribe to my Email this by the way, I'll send you these show notes. You can read them every day you will be so far ahead of the game. I had a source on some of this, by the way, while not this specific, but kind of point to me in this direction. And as I told my buddy astray on the phone very hesitant to report it till we can nail this down. If Stefan helper a Central Intelligence Agency asset, he's a US citizen. Working with the CIA Z A. And a u k intelligence official are mingling in our nonsense and making false charges that Flynn had inappropriate interactions with this Russian woman and twenty fourteen by the way, which this Russian Lakoba firmly denies she was on with Catherine Herridge last night and exclusive interview on FOX. She absolutely one hundred percent. Categorically denies any connection to Russian Intel at all right? She's furious. But that pictures courtesy of her. She took the photo of Flynn. Ask yourself a simple question. If how pers- analysis of the situation that Mike Flynn in two thousand fourteen at some inappropriate dealings, but this is nonsense, by the way with this woman. Spent Lana Lakota at this thing, Flint that is it the guy there with Flynn who is from the DIA as well denies it. It's never been confirmed. Lakoba then is it? It was a dinner at Cambridge. Then why is low Cova who how remember insinuating is some kind of a Russian carve out. Why is she getting an invite in February of twenty sixteen to a dinner for who still fun how purrs wife s Sposa? Digest those cookies for a minute. Yeah. So Central Intelligence Agency asset. Feed. Some BS information through Obama's administration that hates Mike Flynn about. He could be a Russian Koluder. He was talking to this Russian lady at the event. Yes, he such a great Russian spy. She took a picture of the thing and put it in a daily call. Janet Bondo Bondo. Janet. How her reports backed at this woman's very suspicious. She then gets an invite in February of twenty sixteen. I told you to remember date before what else happened in February of two thousand sixteen fake thank card. Oh, yes. My Flynn joins the Donald Trump campaign. Wow. All of a sudden this woman ova Lana. The Cova says, hey, read the daily caller freeze. You can read her take on it. She says out of the blue. I get an invite to a dinner in honor of Stefan helpers wife, who she has very little personal contact with. She says she doesn't even like the guy. She doesn't see it comes seemingly out of nowhere. Why the heck would you invite a Russian asset back to your house? If you're convinced she's trying to destroy the United States in conjunction with former CIA director, Mike Flynn. Well, the answer is obvious you invite her back to your house in February of two thousand sixteen to potentially pro Burr for information again, you can use to feed the false narrative that Michael Flynn, I'll five Russian collusion label that Mike Flynn is. In fact, a Russian Koluder. Keep in mind. The lead of this story because I don't wanna lose you in the details. The lead of the stories this the time line keeps changing with the FBI because they're trying to hide the fact that they were played for fools in the aisle, five Russian Koluder. Tar your political opponents scandal, they tried it on McCain number one. They then tried it on Flint in twenty fourteen. It didn't work Flynn joins the Trump team. They panic and women suspiciously gets an invite back. Who is the key figure in all of this stuff? Stefan, haufer and intelligence asset. It's right. Is this the Obama administration's bagman? What is he doing? Why is this guy? So quiet. Why can know why is nobody got an interview with this guy? Paul if you wouldn't mind putting up that piece from the first snippet of the piece, this is interesting from Chuck Ross's piece the post reported on June fifth to twenty eighteen that's the fun helper. And dear love were disconcerted by Flynn and the Kovas interactions twenty fourteen those concerns were provided to American and British intelligence. So it's unclear if how for endear love with direct sources for the government agencies. Dear love met prior to the two thousand sixteen US election with Christopher Steele. The former m I six officer authored the infamous anti-trump DASA dossier, alleging a well developed conspiracy between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin. Okay. So now, we have another connection. So we know dear love who is alleged to have been a source, either direct or indirect for this allegation of Flynn. I o five Russian Koluder then Flynn's a Russian colluded from the toys. Russell, we know. Dear love also knows Christopher Steele. Who y magically produce the dossier, alleging what? Alleging that Carter page was a Russian asset to it a well developed conspiracy with the Kremlin, ladies and gentlemen, you can't played for idiots by these fools. But before I get to page. I want to put up the second snippet from the daily caller piece by Chuck Ross because it brings up another fascinating angle that was exposed yesterday, Stefan helper the bag man, the guy involved in all of this Flynn page popadopoulos Clovis, another Trump official. How are reaches out the popadopoulos in September of two thousand sixteen and offered the young Trump eight three thousand dollars and a trip to London London magically keeps coming up in this. Oh, dear love, he works for the United Kingdom. How suspicious isn't it to write a policy paper on energy issues? Two months after the daily caller report the times and the post identified helper is a long time FBI and see a informant sent to gather intelligence on the Trump campaign. The newspapers also reported how per was one of those at Cambridge who had expressed concerns about loco vis interaction with Flynn. The times reported may eighteen twenty eighteen helper was alarmed by the. General's apparent closeness with a Russian woman who was also an attendance. Apparently helper wasn't alarmed enough to not invite them back in February of two thousand sixteen back to his home. The celebrate his wife's birthday or whatever. Popadopoulos story. Now, it's all becoming clear. Ladies and gentlemen, it's obvious to people who have been doing a lot of homework on this case people, I communicate with that. The reason the FBI's timeline constantly changes is they're trying to hide their role in a massive entrapment scheme designed to entrap US people or political enemies of the Democrats. The Obama administration with an aisle five Russian collude or tar and feather label. Now, you may be failing to make the connection here. Well, I don't understand. Why would the popadopoulos Downer meeting and the June July thirtieth opening of course by hurricane? Why would changing that timeline? Diminish that. Because you have be is hiding something. And I believe what they're hiding is. After the Flynn collusion. I'll five Koluder label completely collapsed Flynn's never been charged with any kind of a conspiracy charge with relationship the Russians not one time. There's no allegation of it in the Muller indictments. There's no allegation of it anywhere except in the mind of bagman Stefan helper. Stefan helper magically reappears in September of two thousand sixteen and has the lower popadopoulos back to London why crossfire hurricanes already open. Why would they need to lure him back? If they've got such a great case that popadopoulos is relaying dirt on Hillary through Russians. Because ladies and gentlemen, that dirt line. That popadopoulos is alleged to have told Downer in the meeting that the FBI swears opened up this case that dirt line doesn't appear anywhere. That dirt line only appears in one place. In April of twenty sixteen meeting between George popadopoulos and a mysterious Maltese professor by the name of Joseph myth, soon that is the only time anywhere where the word dirt on Hillary in the form of quote, thousands of emails ever appears. Follow me. Okay. We're with you. So if the if the whole case starting in July of twenty sixteen. Is based on a Downer. Popadopoulos Alexander Downer. An Australian diplomat in London with popadopoulos. We're there's no mention of dirt at all Downer acknowledges popadopoulos never said anything about dirt on Hillary popadopoulos disavows, it it doesn't appear in any of the charging documents at that was said to Downer. Then how is the FBI investigating a case based on Russians trying to transmit quote dirt on Hillary in the form of thousands of emails to popadopoulos? You may say well, Dan, it's obvious. It's obvious that they they have had some prior knowledge of the April twenty sixteen meeting between popadopoulos and miss Souder. Oh, yes. Exactly. Why are they hiding that though? Ladies and gentlemen, they're hiding it. Because coming clear by the day that have sued or somebody at that meeting was working with our intelligence agencies to transmit that information to the FBI. Bingo, how else would they get it? I want to give a heavy duty hat tip to at the John w Huber. It's at Twitter account onset undercover. Huber is. Nam nam nam nam diploma totally different. Sky does great work. I don't know who did it could be a woman. I've no idea probably better off that way. But picked out a fascinating little tidbit. I'm going to put up a screen shot from Adam shifts memo, he wrote after the newness memo. This is an fascinating tidbit, Hugh that is that no one is picked out. Adam Schiff writes this memo after Devon newness exposes this whole spying scandal on the Trump. Here's what reasons a line in there. It says weeks before the world learn that Russian actors hack into the DNC and the Clinton campaign the Russians through intermediaries he's talking about Masud here. So he's already setting you up for the fact that Adam Schiff knows Sudas a Russian spy trees track me here, this is shifts memo, so he's basically saying that the Russians through Masud informed, the one of the candidates foreign policy. Advisers, George popadopoulos in April of two thousand sixteen that the Russian government had dirt on Hillary in the form of thousands of emails in evidence before the Pfizer court. The DOJ also revealed that the Russians preview the release of this information to Mr. Papadopoulos at the time evidence. For the Pfizer court. Joe how would the word dirt and thousands of emails appear in a Pfizer court application that was approved in October of two thousand sixteen if the F B I didn't find out about the dirt on Hillary line and the myth sued meeting. Until January of twenty seventeen when they interview popadopoulos. Remember, he the FBI story is unknown. Oh, we got this whole thing from this guy. Alexander Downer who met with popadopoulos, and may and in July. He told us that he met with popadopoulos, and it was really shady and the New York Times 2017 story reports that it was down or who told them about the dirt on Hillary. No, no. It wasn't Downer has insisted he did not say that. Never has a word in human history and the history of some buying been so controversial where did the term dirt come from that dirt on Hillary it came from an April twenty sixteen meeting. Why won't the FBI just say that you see my point did not come from Downer? Why won't the FBI just admit that they got this term the Russians have dirt on Hillary from popadopoulos, but they had it to put in a FIS award because mid sued or someone at that meeting where dirt was mentioned in April was working with the FBI. The reason they won't say it is because they don't want to admit their role in a serious entrapment scandal. They got played for idiots because they wanted to get played. All right. I'm gonna continue this in a second. Because this gets worse. I wanna let you digest that for a minute. Remember the takeaway dirt Alexander Downer. Never ever mentioned the to the FBI the word dirt or thousands of emails. Never that is only in the midst of meeting. So why doesn't the F B? I just say that. Because myth sued or someone there was working with them to target an innocent guy popadopoulos, and they don't want you to know that. That's why. So they want you to believe a tip that came in from an Australian diplomat started the whole thing. That's why the media. The Chris Eliza types, you know. You know, the uninformed of the world keep telling you this because they don't want you to look back to April twenty sixteen. I'm when I get back from this. I'm going to was there an investigation open back then because if there were we got a lot of problems. All right. Today's show also brought to you where buddies agenda, so we love this product in my household, my mother-in-law, I gotta put a picture of my beautiful mother-in-law up. What they she looks fantastic. I'm not even gonna tell your age because you'd be like what does she thirty five? What's the secret Genucell, we love Genucell? 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That MS soot, according to Adam Schiff, keep put up Madam shifts that live from Adam Schiff again. Is that Adam Schiff story is correct. Adam Schiff puts up, and as you can see here in his memo that he believes the Russians through an intermediary who he's referring to miss informed popadopoulos about the dirt on Hillary now. Ladies and gentlemen, that would be a big problem. Would it not if to Masud was working for the Russians and was trying to collude with the Trump team in the form of popadopoulos to path pass on Hillary's Email? Joe that'd be a big problem with him. And it would give a viable explanation to how the FBI in a Pfizer warm, which again, I'm not. So I'm going to be clear shift maybe lying about this. But those are his I'm just using his words if that is in fact in a FIS document, it would make perfect sense. You may say all right, Dan story over Mississippi is a Russian asset was he because if MS service a Russian acid, Why's he never charged. Muller was happy to charge all those GRU Russian Intel people. Remember that one Joe? Yeah. And the Russian server farms and all those other people Muller charged all them, why not charge Joseph Smith sued with being a Russian Intel asset trying to intersect with the Trump campaign. You would approved some at least attempted collusion. Why didn't he do it? The answer is Christmas is not a Russian asset. Minnesota's a western intelligence asset as Masud own lawyer has already told us. Folks myth is interviewed in January. She's me in February right after they interview popadopoulos, and they find out about the dirt. They let him go. He comes back into the country for this FBI interview. But he doesn't come back for the interview. He's cleared to come back into the country to speak at an event co sponsored by the State Department. The FBI interviews them and lets them. Go Masud has been in the wind ever since. Joe we've only been talking about miss sued and the Maltese professor for well. Well over a year now well over because ladies and gentlemen, he's the key to the whole story. If Masud is not a Russian asset like Adam Schiff alleges in his memo and is not a carve out and that that dirt on Hillary that the Russians were trying to pass to us did not come from the Russians, but came from a guy working for our intelligence than these two stories cannot coexist. The story that the Russians were pushing information to the Trump campaign becomes the story of what Joe US Intel working with friendly's trying to push information into the Trump campaign. Now, do you get the lead of the story? This is why the FBI is again changing their timeline in story. How this case started all the time because if the misheard story is ever told he is ever interviewed and ever comes out and admits he. Was working with western Intel to entrap, George popadopoulos. We absolutely know then that our government was engaged in a potentially criminal scheme to violate our espionage laws and everything else to target a US citizen in the form of both Mike Flynn and George popadopoulos. Now getting back to how her and popadopoulos haufer who appears to be the bag man at all of this context. Popadopoulos to get him to come back to London after the cases open in September of two thousand sixteen offers some three thousand dollars. That's fascinating also an alleged source and the dossier. Sergei Millian also offers popadopoulos money popadopoulos says it's upwards of thirty thousand dollars. Why are all these people offering popadopoulos money to continue to to give up the cookies and come back to London because they desperately are trying to get this information back they planted into the campaign friendly intelligence, not the Russians about this turned on Hillary and popadopoulos won't give it up. Why Joe in September twenty sixteen this helper meet with them? It's crystal clear for your paying attention how as intelligence asset working with friendly's who needs popadopoulos to tell him. Hey, man. I heard from some multi guy that the Russians have done on Hillary you want to work on that. With me, except popadopoulos doesn't say it. Matter of fact, popadopoulos there's no allegation anywhere that popadopoulos messages, the Trump campaign and suggests that they should work with the Russians to get these emails. None that allegation appears nowhere. Now. They're popadopoulos nor myths should have been charged with anything related to that April twenty sixteen meeting. Georgia's listening, by the way, he's got a new book out, which is really terrific, by the way, I want to thank you acknowledge me for keeping his story alive, which was very nice of them. All right story matters. Yeah. He's which I was kind of surprised about someone sent me a screen shot of it. A lot of things make sense now too. Popadopoulos alleges that the F B I was in a panic in January of twenty seventeen they interview in January and February of two thousand seventeen ladies and gentlemen, they have nothing just like they had nothing on Flynn. You can't tar someone with the Russian collude or label without eventually producing evidence of some kind of a crime, which they never could. They tried it on Flint didn't work. They try it on popadopoulos. They come back to popadopoulos in January, and they want popadopoulos to put on a wire to go meet with miss Suda dead. You may say well, Dan, that doesn't make sense of message working with them. Why would they want to do that? Folks believe the story makes a lot of sense now. I believe they're trying to throw popadopoulos off the trail. I believe they they've been there up on a they've been monitoring popadopoulos for a long time. Either through the to hop rule on Carter page, the FIS on Carter page more through a Pfizer more and potentially popadopoulos himself. I believe they're monitoring him. And I believe the FBI in January after Trump is elected, they panic. He's about to take office. And they realized that some point that popadopoulos is probably figured out that he's been the victim of entrapment scheme. Popadopoulos is also probably figured out that Masud. And what is the arbiter Sam bay? These people who set up the meeting with Masud are part of this entrapment scheme. You see where I'm going this show. Yeah. They know popping up is onto them. Yes. In order to get popadopoulos off the trail. What do you do you ask them to wear a wire against Mifsud? Surely, the F B, I wouldn't ask me to wear a wire against the guy. They were working with. It also makes sense why myth sued after that popadopoulos meeting is in the wind never to be seen. Again. It's like the Ren and stimpy episode the land of the left socks where they go. Nobody knows. Mifsud is the Renan stimpy left sock where he goes nobody knows. Get him out of here. Quick get popadopoulos off the trail. In other words, Joe if you're working with the FBI right to target me. And what you guys are doing you in the FBI is totally immoral. It is and I get wind of it and start emailing my friends, and now the FBI read it Bongino onto it. He knows we're targeting for crime eating come in jail. What do we do? I got an idea. Let's tell Bongino to wear a wire against Joe and make Bongino believe we've been targeting, Joe, not him brilliant. Yes, sir. But you don't want me communicating with Joe. So Joe you interview them and Joe conveniently disappears in the wind. Kaiser so say gone. Whole thing makes sense. Now, this whole thing. This is why they're hiding this April twenty sixteen meeting. And this is also why Margot Cleveland's brilliant piece, which we discussed the longtime ago on the federalist where she indicates this very suspicious. Footnote one of the Pfizer renewals where the FBI is desperate to avoid a foyer on at one of their sources. Cleveland appears to intimate the piece that that's source is likely Masud. That the bureau was working with a source who sole purpose was to feed information to the Trump team to pull it out later to entrap them in a collusion scheme. Folks myth sued is the key to this whole thing if he is not a Russian asset like shift is alleged. He's not he was never arrested for it. His lawyer has no reason to lie his photos on the internet Masuda with western UK intelligence officials if he was not a Russian asset. This whole case is garbage the collusion was with friendly's. This new piece by Ross makes me believe that hammers at home. Why why? Now, how does the Ross piece tie into this? The Ross piece ties into it. Because it indicates that how her has been a key player in this Russian Koluder I'll five label as far back as twenty fourteen. He was the guy. He's the I'll five Russian Koluder manager at toys. R us. We need the tar someone with Russian collusion. Get our buddies the fun. They had already tried it as far back as twenty fourteen with Flynn. Now, they're trying it would pop it up. Liz, they pushed it into Masud. They get how per to try to pull it out desperately in September of two thousand sixteen. By the way, I believe they've been investigating popadopoulos for a whole lot longer than they want to let on and that operation dragon or whatever it was. I want to know if there was a fire on popadopoulos to all right now, I wanna tie it up with page because the page thing is going to make this whole thing stink to the heavens. Like you've never seen. All right. Finally today's show brought you by but he's a blinking. Ladies and gentlemen, lady the list of titles. You want to read books. 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This is the I'll five Russian colluded toys R us. I'll five manager you need a Russian collude or tar and feather job. This is your guy. Stephan how whose late father in law was legendary official Ray Cline made contact with Carter page at a political forum hosted at Cambridge London again on July eleven twenty sixteen. We've got up there. Hold on July eleventh. I thought crossfire hurricane open to life thirty at twenty sixteen. Gosh, isn't that crazy July eleven July thirty July eleven July to joy eleven is before July thirtieth right show yesterday. Double checking for me yesterday. Thank you. Appreciate it. Nearly three weeks before the FBI opened its investigation. The Trump campaign page attended the event after receiving an invitation of in June of two thousand sixteen even worse from a PHD student who studied under stuff on how. I o five bag men from toys R us. So it's go down the list. So how makes an allegation in two thousand fourteen Flynn's colluding with this Russian lady Russian lady says, you guys are lunatics. No one else can confirm this. The same Halbur invites her to a dinner for his wife in two thousand sixteen despite the fact that she's supposedly an alleged Russian clutter, which she avidly and convincingly denies okay. How per also reconnects with George popadopoulos who meets with an alleged Russian Masud shifts alleging he's a Russian guys who nobody ever is charge repeating rush into the FBI interviews and the guy magically disappears. How are then meets with with pay with popadopoulos and ask popadopoulos to. Hey, George what about those emails popadopoulos? Like, what the heck you talking about these emails? I'll five bagman back to the rescue. Again. I got an idea. Let's invite Carter page over to London in Cambridge. Or maybe we can rope him in a smelling pages. They learned your dog idea. Trumpets for all he invites. I you ever had a Crump it competence. I'm embarrassed you. Biscuit. This is really good with you know. Of all your your sticks your English. Mid is terrific that you appreciate ruined. That you appreciate ruin really awful at accent. So Bondo James Stefan haufer decides. He's going to invite page over London to Cambridge. Wow. Isn't that good? So we started greasing up Carter page two. Folks, the timeline now makes a war of of sense. This is the Khuda grab this show. Put it out there because I may be proven wrong later. And that's okay. Because I'm doing a lot of homework for my new book. And I'm pretty convinced now that the order we've been told the time line not only is the time line false because they're trying to hide the fact that if sued who started this case wasn't a Russian bus was was a friend was a friendly working with us. Joe not only trying to hide that. But we've been told. That the case started with this popadopoulos Downer meeting therefore, it couldn't have possibly started with Carter page even know Carter page is the subject of the Pfizer. In other words, the order we've been told is page is the subject of the FIS in October. Popadopoulos though starts the case in in June of June thirtieth of two thousand sixteen because of this tip. They get from Downer. And that he was talking about e mails. No one has ever publicly confirmed. The fact. That the Fiso order may be out of order. Let me get to what I'm telling you. I think there was a Pfizer on George popadopoulos. I. And I'm willing to bet a bucket of nails on they found Carter page not found him but found in in into Carter page. Remember, how per helper context page in June before this whole tip comes in right below the tip comes in from down in July. But how are the bagman are far bagman context page in June to invite him to London where they're working with UK officials? How is that? If the case started with the tip on popadopoulos, how his page getting an invite from an intelligence asset working with friendlies in the United States in June. Because folks, the case did start with pop dopoulos just not in July. It started way back earlier with myth, sued and them in April. What am I telling you? Folks, I believe there was a FIS on George popadopoulos. I. And that Fiso on George popadopoulos due to that April meeting with Masud who I believe is working with us. He's not a Russian asset. It makes no sense. That Fiso on him, which would force them to admit. They were working with soon is probably how they came across Carter page as well. How because we know it was limited. But we know popadopoulos had some contact with page. Now, follow me, the bureau knows page is working with the Trump team is a forest foreign policy adviser, he tells a newspaper editorial board Donald Trump that popadopoulos and page of working. So it's not a mystery. But folks, they don't have anything on page. Now, they have something they think on popadopoulos. Why Joe because they're working CI case with Masud? Who's feeding them the dirt stuff? Right, right. Follow me. They have nothing zero a big fat eg on Carter page and in order to get a Fiso Warren on page, which they did you have to show not only is he acting on behalf of a foreign government. That's not illegal foreign governments lobby in the United States all the time. But you're doing it violation of US law. I e spy they don't have that on page matter of fact show they have scope attourney information on Carter page why because Carter page has worked with the FBI before to lock up Russian spies into Berea, cough case Carter page, his never in his life been charged with any intelligence espionage-related crime any crime for that matter. He's a naval academy grad. There is no evidence Carter page was working on behalf of the Russians at all zero. So how did they get Carter page? Then I told you why I think they had popadopoulos because of the Masud meeting. I can almost guarantee you that. There was a Pfizer open on popadopoulos. Where through the to hop rule. They get his Email to page someone at the FBI who has worked with page in the past a, hey, look where we oh. Lookie here. Look what we got. We got this guy. Popadopoulos we've been trying to set up Email in disguise Carter page someone at the FBI. Hey, hey, do you. Remember we worked with him at that Russian spikers Russians. Get our buddy Halperin here. Get the bag, man. I'll five bagman please member. They enter contests are paging five Baghdad bagman. We need a Russian collusion, and how far can you go contact Carter page? How per comes back feeds them what they need to hear. All of a sudden, boom Carter page appears magically in another FIS it. That's approved in October. Then it would make perfect sense. If there was a Fiso on popadopoulos, which is how they make the leap to page, which is how they get Halperin there to go contact page, then it would make a world of sense, by the way. How the FBI came up with the specifics about the dirt thing. Because even if Masud was working with Intel, but not necessarily directly contacted to the FBI, maybe he's working with the C A or other foreign friendly's, Joe if they were up on a wire on a Fiso with popadopoulos, maybe popadopoulos emailed someone somewhere about hey this wacko ideal. I dealt with said something about the Russians or something. It's all coming together. This whole thing is so much bigger than just the Trump campaign. All right, folks. I'm really sorry of today's show was confusing. I didn't intend it to be that way. And I know many of you enjoy spy gate, some of you like our other stuff. But this is really important that Chuck Ross peace now taking the date of this as far back as twenty fourteen I'm taking it back to two thousand eight when McCain just to be clear, but that how per constantly appears as the I'll five bag man for an off the shelf Russian colluded. Tar and feather job before Trump is even running for office should tell you the Obama administration had this thing plan the whole time. None of what I told. You is open for dispute the analysis at the end you can challenge. And you know, what I enjoy when you Email me back matter of fact, one of my good sources, we kind of have a little bit of a friction on that. That's fine. But the fact that how her is been a key figure in meetings with Trump officials and enemies of the Obama administration and has associated almost all of them with the Russian Koluder. I'll five off the shelf label should say to you that the Obama administration had this thing planned the whole time. You know, they say food when in doubt throw it out. Bombed ministries when in doubt, go to I'll five bag, man. And don't worry we'll produce a Russian collusion label for you. It's now transparently obvious. And I leave you with that last thought that I highly suspicious now that the FBI is in a panic to avoid telling you that this case did not start July of twenty sixteen that it started in April of two thousand sixteen with the targeting of popadopoulos by a guy everyone believed in on the hack side was a Russian. I mean, the liberal and media acci who may now turn out to be a US intelligence asset, which will blow this thing wide open. All right. Joe? Thanks again for tune in again that was that was that was that. Okay. Do we have a lot of bro, Lada info? There is a lot. I know read this show notes today. It'll make a lot more sense of folks. We appreciate it. And please go pick up my book exonerated, the failed takedown of Donald Trump by the swamp. We describe all on this book is going to be phenomenal. I spend another hour on the phone yesterday. Working out the details. It's really good. It's available on Amazon Barnes and noble. I really appreciate it. Folks. You open great today was this was a great week. So thanks a lot. And I will see you all Monday good day, sir. You just heard the Dan Bongino show. You can also get Dan's podcast on itunes, or soundcloud and follow Dan on Twitter. Twenty four seven at dbongino.

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How to Market & Build a Brand on Tik Tok w/Tuck Ross

The Authority Project

45:10 min | 6 months ago

How to Market & Build a Brand on Tik Tok w/Tuck Ross

"Live be alive I got chuck Ross Dear. Friend here we both have some the roots in the same area here in Boston and. I thought this guy out because I wanted to know more about Tiktok don't you don't use. Oh so tuck is here to show how it's done. Is that right took? That's right. Yup Absolutely. Thanks for having me. Great we shall see. If he's able to do so. Yes of the authority project. Here we go. All Right Ladies and gentlemen. Boys and girls Feast Your Eyes Tune your ears it's that time. Again, we are live with another episode of the Authority. Project it's the video podcast dream Don facebook youtube twitter, and periscope where we talked to digital marketers, business coaches, and creators of all kinds on how they built authority in their field and how you could mimic their success developing authority building your audience attracting clients to your own business. Now, without further ado, let's bring to the virtual stage your host Brian. S? Arnold. All right. We are back with another incredible episode, Authority Project Got Chuck here in, we are talking about the hottest platform today. Tick Tock. Tick Tock. I mean I mean it's just going crazy right now everything everything is happening on tiktok given his crazy over there. unfortunately, I've only had one thing on there, which is not much says the black screen. I am so glad he 'cause I'm kind of you know do we? I try to work out tick tock is like every time I introverted. So I had observed things I had to work things through and like okay. How do I approach this? And I'm still Kinda like. I had something yesterday though has something just like, okay. This is this might work but I, feel like you know what I'm you're not here from me undergoing. Troubles. Troubles. Chuck is here. He's GonNa. Show you how it's done. But before we dive into it, please tell us who you are personally and professionally. Yes. Sure. Absolutely again, thanks for having me on the show. You know I've been in digital marketing for over eighteen years now and It's a space that originally beginning it was it was hard. It was scrappy digital wasn't the thing that is today and now. Sticking with it It's been is so exciting for me to see where digital is calm in marketing, come with digital in now, the tour Sinema. So I don't even know if there's no markings quite the thing anymore since marketing especially, some businesses are upwards of eighty to one hundred percent of of their marketing is in the digital space, and so it's just that, I, you know my entire career has been focused on the consumer and I really feel it's been a huge benefit to what I've been able to offer because focusing. On the consumer you and me us out there shopping engaging consuming entertaining right is looking at how do you keep them happy. What are they seeking when they're shopping? How do you improve that journey? How do you drive from whatever someone may not even know that they need down to that conversion point and so that's been the exciting part for me everywhere from ECOMMERCE retail financial services product management and so forth has really win where I've been everything from Disney Hasbro Guitar, Center Bank of America and so forth just really helping. Businesses they're either for digital transformation and or looking at how to compete well in the digital space especially as everyone's moving. So quickly especially now during pandemic. Awesome Awesome I've got some questions for you today. Just from that alone but tell us right now what project are you currently working on? Yeah, I'm having a lot of fun in so many different spaces I think the one that's been interesting as we're talking about TIKTOK is is helping others get on Tiktok right I started out last year. It was something that was just a personal experiment. You mentioned you've got a little bit of some of that effort going to, and we can chat through some of that but it was really you know for me just to try. Right. I love to see new things. I like knowing about the different platforms that are out there experimenting understanding and knowing as much about them as possible to see if they make sense for myself for a business right for brands to engage in and and that's where I really just spend a Lotta time with now taking those learnings helping people understand which is why started following TIKTOK DOT com. It's my first ten day challenge we can reference. A little bit later too. But it's really helping you get starting to talk account getting the basics down and then figuring out how do you grow from there? Awesome. So tell us tell us where you're joining begin just. So people have a little background about your roots before we before before we even started Tiktok tell us where you begin with entrepreneurism what we'll give you that Dr Give me that what was the a moment like this is what I wanted to do. Yeah Going way back yeah. I was actually a physics major four on scholarships USC, and I decided that I didn't want to be a scientist and you know depending on your worldview. Could not. A Susan scientists are like, okay. What do you believe? What do you think of now? Was On right I like the physical application of of science writing it's interesting to me to see how that works and causing reaction in other relationships that come from the things that bill the now I took it a little different level and looking at the relationship with a consumer. Now in planning in the business world, I think that I excited about it actually at Bank of America when I was there and I was in this role that was super interesting Internet customer service there wasn't really this product management type of function that we see now in businesses that take. Product requirements develop that and then bring them to a team to develop. We were actually frontline on the phone answering from consumer that were having issues, riding out product requirements struggling through kind of what they were struggling through, and then figuring out how to develop the site to be able to improve that to improve their experience, and so is this really tangible taking it from verbatim complaints into development that was super exciting for me and just saw the impact of what we could do for people's lives and how it can make it better through digital and technology. So That got me excited about it. NYNEX spot was at Disney and everything just took off from there because Disney is absolute focused on the guests and the guests experience and really changed my world view on how you approach a business with making sure that someone is completely happy and satisfied throughout not only the the moment where transacting but actually the everything that comes before that as well as the experience evolves. So that's really where you know. I. Got Excited about it. What would help drive my perspective on marketing and from there I've just continue to evolve myself my understanding, my learning the space ends out now sharing with everyone that is open to listen on how we can improve together mazing I. Love that man. So let's get to the good part. Yeah. Tell us now how we became become the next viral sensation onto chuck. I'm kidding, of course I'm getting but not. I mean everybody wants to be the next dog face to await right? Right. We. We want that excitement of like, Hey, could this be week and I can I go travel? Can that can I be the next? Thing that goes on all the new shows and talk shows Is that what we're looking for is tell tell us tell us how we how we start. Let's go there. Yeah. You know it's a it's a good question I think first of all Tiktok as a platform if you're not super familiar with, it's one of the newcomers UC musically. Purchased by by dance on China and they've evolved the platform now to really be an entertainment focused vertical video, super immersive audio on sound on right everything engaging at once type of platform. Security business at first, and that's white music such a huge part what happens on. TIKTOK. Gum. The premier place for engagement around video content and probably second to instagram and Youtube, and in that way, and I think the thing that if you're looking to get started on Tiktok is just thinking about you know what is your focus right and I look at you know what you've brought up at the beginning of the show and you're thinking about experimenting there think about like what is your niche? What do you do really? Well, tiktok likes a niche they someone to be able to focus. On a thing, it helps the algorithm learn who they should be showing your videos to. It also helps you develop your content in a structured way around you could call it a content plan, right but also deliver on a consistency just around not only the delivery timing, but also around your product or your service or what personal brand you're trying to get out there to be able to help that audience understand who you are. So really it's about focusing on your niche I making sure that you. Understand that understand who you are as yourself for your business and then getting really consistent with how you're delivering that video there's to pass to go one is trending content. So if you go to discover tab on Tiktok if you have the APP download it, you can go to discover tablets magnifying glass in the bottom you can actually see how everything's organized and it's trending on top right. So everything's by Hashtags the trainings on top you're gonNA see what's hot and what's happening right there you can jump. Into content sometimes, it's training because the music sometimes demonstrating because of the actual theme of the video as some of their just fun to rip off of that. So here's an idea. Now, make it your own. What's your translation of that concept that something fun right? Whether it's you know there's things about racial injustice that are training. There's things about fashion they're training their things about all these different areas are trending pick one of those in jump in with what your point of view would be on that. Track is evergreen content and some of these worse little easier for brands that don't always want to be producing is it's it's hard. It's hard for any of us to produce every day in think about a new idea, right? Do you think about who you are, what your business has to offer and think about what are in your Faq's were the typical questions that your consumers ask for you what is someone calling in and having a struggle with that they wanNA talk a customer service about those are things you can actually create content about as well. Not Just on tic TAC else but use the tick tock platform in that way and make it a little more engaging make more fun. Maybe use some of that music, some of that trending me and develop at Evergreen content that sits on top of that that structure, and you can actually do really well with content that sits like that help tips you know the top five of this and and so forth or things that people really look for, and that's actually becoming a huge focus of TIKTOK. Content is a lot more of the how to. And and idea concept videos that help people learn. I gotta be honest except for like. The. Guy. Was The science guy is neither Night do not a science guy besides Jim. I rarely see people doing how to stuff on top. Always some kind of you know we're doing the dance something or we're we're singing to whatever overdoing. The girl's name just doing the head Bob and yeah, that's all I see. So. So you're saying how to, but that didn't seem like people are looking are looking onto that tiktok. APP for how to stop this thing that they're trying to be entertained. What do you say about that? Yeah, this is not a call out for you by the way, but it actually is based on how you engage with the content, right? So if you're looking at dancing videos and you like. Goes by plus in the heart or engage in that content. Urine see more of that content because the algorithms getting smarter about what you like. Right. If you WANNA seek out type of how to combine, you're looking for search those hashtags like those videos follow those profiles that are sharing that type of information. You'll start to see a lot more of that populate in your for you, which is tiktok version of feed facebook feed or your instagram feed. And that will start to surface more that content to you. So it really depends on what you're engaging with. It also depends on what you're creating. So if you create more how to's and you're looking for more that continents you engage, you'll start to see that more south. So the Algorithm learns what you like by how you engage in. That's likes comments shares also. Watch time if you're watching a video even if you don't like it that much you're just like, oh my gosh, this is ridiculous for you. Watch it for a while dot thinks you like it because you you're intellectually start to show some more of that U2 that sounds a little bit like instagram where you're looking at different things and then you get the same. Thing over and over again, you see the same person you'd like him one time the next see a whole bunch from the same person that makes sense. Now, what about the question of? Is Better to have entertaining type. Of Videos to give more to get more people to follow you in be interested in you and somehow to stuff or. Should it be balance in containment than how to just she just should be doing what you need to do is just how to stuff all the time. I think I think it's more about consistency, right? So I think if you go to sort of the reason why TIKTOK has expanded. So rapidly this year you know some of the numbers emarketer was brick and they'd be at forty five, million users by the end of this year directly one hundred million right now, and we're only in the you know kind of Q. Four period. They just exploded because obviously people at a time right there at home, and by the way it's kind of a sad time like you people are just about their job they're stuck at home. They don't get to engage with their friends. We don't get to go out as much. All those factors are influencing everything for our mental health. How engaged with people looking for escapes and take talk has really been one of the key places especially on social media that is not as negative maybe as we would see facebook or twitter in some ways, it's more engaging in that way, and so I think the algorithm is built to surface some of that to you. But TIKTOK is naturally little more fun. It's a little more engaging it's built around that. That's how it started and there's a lot of that there but the misconceptions that you don't have to dance right so you and me, I'm not a dancer I. Tried it I, look ridiculous. Because you look so terrible doing it right when I'm doing it but I think if you don't WanNa dance again it's thinking about what is your niche? How do you focus I? Think that's where more of the consistency of what you do is key if you're dancing one video in the you're talking heading you're trying to sing in another video and then you're doing different things every time maybe that's your persona networks as long as your audience understand that's from you than they can go when you're starting out being more consistent with your type in. Introducing a couple of different maybe contracts as it were or different types of content as you're going through will will work but as long as it doesn't straight too far five anything a lot of my friends that have been on the platform if you see influencers actually start to focus in as a see what successful right? So if you have a video, that POPs isn't it's interesting like that's cool. Maybe that's something that works for me and they start to actually shift out some years during one of the guys I follow he went from ten K followers. Heats all kinds of random food right and and then all of a sudden he blows up to one point five million followers just because. It's like Oh people like when I eat random food. So he's doing like ams with like five red balls and like up at the same time through a funnel right and it's ridiculous but it actually works and people like when they know this, he is videos they're going to get that every time in some type of interpretation of that. So I think it's more about the consistency to your question. Okay. So here's another question here. Yeah. And I've heard this from. Different platforms where you know like the young people are trying to get away from this platform, they've got their own platform and other. Isn't Tiktok only four mainly young people and let's be honest. Isn't it just for young people to? Come on. It mostly is right now here's here's the thing right? Like go back to when you remember this like facebook started right when instagram started right I remember getting an Instagram in twenty eleven and it was very right. It was a very young platform at that time we start going on Tiktok in the first time I joined it was musically was two, thousand, sixteen it was all fifteen years, right? I thought I delete but you know when you get to the point where you're thinking about any sort of a platform, if it has a high adoption of a young user base with velocity, that's a good place to start focusing attention because that means that you tensions there the mental will build their and all start to age up. We actually seeing an incidents where tiktok with that user growth. has started to age significantly millennials gen-x. Right now, the last year that we have is about Q. Two, twenty, seven percent of ages thirteen to thirty five years TIKTOK. That's that's exactly what we would expect right. But globally if you look at where Tiktok is even more mature in spaces you know India's a little different because they got shut down a little bit but any especially in China and some other places. The audience is over thirty four about fifty percent. Engagement. Right. and. and. So it's actually aged up a lot especially in the US especially if people have heard a lot. And looking at where tiktok is actually driving influence driving influence in entertainment is driving in fashion in beauty. These spaces also typically lead with the Gen Z. Segment, right. But as those things move up than brands moving people start to be like, Oh, I'm interested in this I want to jump in. So absolutely right it is still you know younger focused, but I would say it's really aging up and that meeting age is moving anywhere from twenty five to thirty now. There's influencers that are eight years old I was watching. So that guy the other day talking about teachers he found a shirt, his closet forgot about like thirty years ago that he was like, I have a brand new shirt, right? Silly staff but but there's definitely you know some audience for that as well. So I, think it just depends on who your target is. If you're curious and don't know if they're there again, go search discover tab searched the typical hashtags that would use for your campaign whether it's a brand campaign or something you posted instagram right see that's they're a lot of times you'll find there's millions of us on that level of content and that's a good way to rationalize you just start experimenting with Tiktok as yourself. This this connect more because I'm just about to actually about how to stuff. So they're. Just. Like from from start to just just starting out to sustain something. As far as routine on Tiktok, take us into that routine in what we should be doing and as far as starting. Let's go. Let's go there. Yeah. If you're starting out I, mean first off download the APP set up your account put a good avatar there. So people recognize your face you can use the same one that you're using other platforms people recognize you as you're asking followers to come over and check you out on. TIKTOK right put a Lincoln your profile there's only One link allowed just like instagram. They don't allow links or anything else happening there. So make sure that one link is set up properly and see their tract or you can see referrals coming through on your on your Google analytics or whatever your site platform or wherever you're linking to a lot of people put their Amazon profile there right because they're trying to do some affiliate sales and whatnot. So think about strategically without link is for put a description tiktok actually read the description and. It's not so much about Hashtag us more about what you're talking about there and people actually see your profile and go check other videos to make sure that strong one other suggestion is as you go in and set up your account good management account turn on pro account professional account that actually does nothing other than give analytics doesn't cost anything it's free, but you actually start to see what your audience is as they come in. So male female GEO location and probably the most helpful pieces what other videos are trending with your followers, what values are trending Within. Your videos you start to build more. That's actually really helpful to see what people are liking more often, and then also with trending songs, your listeners or your followers are listening to and actually helps you then start to say, well, maybe should be my contemplate next something around these topics. So that's tip to then is to take into starting develop content plant. Most of us have a content plan for some of our other channel it's ad hoc of course, right? You're in the moment you take something you WanNa do an engaging video or a photo that post. Wherever it is but think about having a little bit more of a structured plan for TIKTOK. It makes you not have to always think about what hunting you're producing everyday if you want to produce the daily basis tiktok videos or anywhere from fifteen to sixty seconds long some of these don't need a lot of structure around them. Some of them do take more time to develop right and some of the more popular Vira ones take off are are heavily edited but starting out Tick Tock is actually very gracious to authentic raw real people some of the some of. The biggest videos I've seen people talking right or just doing something that's a little bit funny having a Hook in the beginning the first seconds before people had the chance to swipe keeps people in the video the longer they watch the will show that video to more people if they watched through and then watch again, your content should be engaging to encourage that and that's done through strategic use of labels right some of the things that go with it but but those things actually helped the our them services to more people to go viral to your earlier question. Think about what do you want to share is usually good to have one point or one concept video a good punch line at the end right whether it's entertaining or just helping people step through a process they have to stay in watch through the end those a really good tips for some of those designing video. And then planning that ahead with a content plan is really smart again around that evergreen concept of our answering questions are we doing F- accused if you're a brand if you want to something on the fly into running, that's great. Just pick up and check that trending every day and figure out which topic is interesting to you that you wanNA take off with. Awesome. So with that said, so everybody got a little pantheon right. The blueprint. Now, how do we sail stuff? How let's go into the marketing side of this? Building a brand, the videos, right trying to get people to like us you know what's likely trust us. We're getting a little bit of engagement a lot of engagement. How do we get people from Tiktok to where we want them to be the intention of all this were away from tiktok in some fashion to get us get them to. Get Somewhere else something our services are practical services or whatever. Yep. Go there. Yeah there's there's a couple ways to do it. So I off. I mentioned that you could put a link in your profile. So again, have that day one wherever you want people to go. You can do a call to action with the little arrows down in the description because the you know the url sits right below that description people see it. So that's what. To do. If you don't after you do that go in and and start talking about you know if you're presenting product or you're talking about something, a verbal url is good or hey people check out my profile Lincoln BIOS the fight that typical kind of instagram tactics work on that. There's not really another way like an instagram stories or if you have a certain number follows or you can swipe in surface, a link can't really do that in Tiktok. So you'd have to do next beyond that is a couple of different. Layers and depending on your your budget you can look at these things and the biggest budget side you can you tick tock ads right former relationship with tiktok anywhere from fifty, two, hundred, fifty, thousand dollars. You can buy the Hashtag challenges the things around that. If you have questions like a fault later on that piece of it because there is a Singaporean number of things you can do. There, but those are for larger budgets right. But it gives you the option to link through some of them even have the option for you to build a store within ten TIKTOK and actually transact like we're seeing happening instagram facebook shopping right now. So pretty cool I think talks catching up on some of that. It'll get further and I think they'll eventually have a little bit more native. And easier tools for people to be able to transact likely more paid too. But I think we'll get easier as it goes the other piece you can do and it's actually opened up August is Tiktok opened up their TIKTOK for business platform, which is basically their self service ADS platforms. So any of us now can go in if you don't have a bigger budget with as little as fifty bucks and go in there, set up an account and start running Tiktok ads that start to show up in feed. Right? So. As you're Swiping, you see a funny video. The next one could be an ad hopefully it's also something that's engaging entertaining. But that also contain a link where he can send anybody within their. It's based on a CPI basis. So you can actually surface you're out of individuals depending on your budget on, but that's something that any of us can go do right now and what's cool before the end of the year is if you sign up for an account and meet some criteria, they'll give you three hundred bucks out the gate for free just to engage platform, which is super bowl, and then if you spend another two K.. They'll match up the two K. of that next spent basically get twenty three hundred bucks from them for free for testing out to talk. So it's a really good time to try if you haven't done that yet or one experiment with your small sized business yourself. If you know solar preneurs whatever product you have go out and try that now because it's something that you can do and get a little money from Tiktok in the meantime. I think the smartest potential way other than those other two are to really go the influence around. So what's happening is that as you know like Tiktok is blowing up of individual users, there's a lot of a rally around what's happening Tiktok actually if you have a hundred thousand dollars or more has a creator marketplace where you can actually sign up as a creator, go in there and they'll actually package you to brands looking for influence around certain topics so that I didn't know. Okay. It's cool and it's actually pretty recent, right so say you're apparent influence or and or your mommy blogger or something like that like you can certain number followed, you can actually sign up for this and technical volunteer you to brand looking for that type of thing and or will do is start to pay you based number of your videos get to get washed rights almost like youtube has the the payouts. This actually starts at a much lower level for Tiktok, and actually you can gauge as an influence or get paid that way indoor build and for German relationships with brands on that side. But actually read an article yesterday that the toy industry is blowing out because. People playing with toys right. Offs Right, behind me right. But. The toy industry is blowing up right now because a lot of influencers are tiktok or featuring the toys that's actually happening with alcohol products with drink products with fitness with beauty products. And through either leveraging and influence our relationship or brand actually using the influencers as their entire development team for the TIKTOK channels. So if you look at what's happening with Ron Fendi Fendi products, you know the the beauty line all they do is have influences their product all day making videos having fun because they know the channel, the best, and they're selling the as. Going, which is a very native play, right? So I think if you're looking at how to grow, how do that obviously top level of Tiktok ads middle level is that self service option for you to create your own ads and get engaged in feed you can also use influencers on to really drive outsized growth with some of your own Hashtag campaigns you can develop with them. So so Tell us against the why I mean we have this title about Tiktok. Why go the what kind of engagement are should people expect by getting on his platform as opposed the others? Yeah I think I think there's a couple wise and if you look at what's really driving tiktok growth right now it is teen young adults they're spending a lot more time on the platform. But what's interesting about is that because they're so focused on the platform. So focused on entertainment factor and engaging people and helping people stay that I mean that's what the algorithms built around. Right is that. During this time window entertainment social media right? We're looking for something fun. There's not a lot of new on the TV side Nala new like sports is way down the rest of that people looking for ways to escape Tiktok one of the main ways to do that because they can constantly just engage the platform. And it's it's you know shown to manage stress but I think it's also the fact that like Tiktok makes it so easy to consume and take that as you will. Right that could be a procon but people are spending upwards of thirty to forty minutes a day. In multiple sessions on tiktok from engagement factors. So if you ask Y Tiktok, I mean from a business perspective I look at just the attention as their right if you're looking for attention especially for that, you say fifteen to even forty right segment and even upwards depending on you know what your product is that attention is there are people are spending the time. There you can definitely surface only with influencers in the video is product placement or having the reference for product but also in the space there spend the time they're going to see your your product or service in that in that way. So I think that's a that's one of the major opportunity of tiktok right now is that it has the attention the. Other half of that is that the organic reach is massive rights. You you referenced the Ocean Spray Video There's not a lot of organic reach left on Instagram facebook youtube right twitter sometimes But if you look at what's happening with Tiktok, even some bad videos get five thousand views right and thousand years because people are like shocked by but keep watching. It and you'll see the reach start to extend on those videos that trend the trend very quickly getting upwards of a million views. The one with ocean spray where you know he's riding down the street. He's not escape where he's found himself. He has a sip of the ocean spray Cran Raspberry. If you go back in this story, right his truck broke down. He's boarding into work ocean spray gives them a truck why they give them a truck, the cost the campaign was a truck filled with ocean spray because they had billions of views on video and everybody's out ocean spray across the country because they replicate this. Happening right. Either way but the presents the number of impressions in engagement with that video is also what drove successful spray that's available on talk and it's not happening anywhere else. Amazing. So on the side then. Who is tick tock not for who shouldn't be engaging or trying to this platform out Yeah, it's a good question I. think There's a lot of any business in a highly regulated industry I would say play very attentively in this space because by dance has made some interesting news where they just decided they don't WanNa future content and they'll take it down. So if you're a regulated industry or something that may be edgier more provocative, those things. Just be a rice one day. So is just play with play with caution have fun with it be engaging if your conscience interesting and and conceptually relevant that makes sense if tiktok field doesn't work, then they'll take down actually have had multiple video taken down for unknown reasons. They don't even tell you. They just say by the community guidelines that don't give you any information. And I don't do even sensitive content, right? So I think it's It's sort of variable around that. I think it's thinking about if you're a B. TO B. Business or if you're focused on some of that, a Lotta audience isn't here right now again, talk meant to be fun entertaining. It has a huge music focus there's a way to sell. Into things like real estate actually is working on there, which is very interesting. Right. But if you go into insurance financial services, some of those places are playing while just because it's not as as maybe catchy or the audiences really interested in that type of content focus right now not to say that budgeting and some of the other kind of. Personal. Finance side things are working, but it's more about the larger institutions some of the larger businesses be side on the stop playing as well. So especially if you're an commerce brand space, great, right. If you're a consumer product if you're focused on that consumer engagement while reasons why I'm excited right folks consumer is the platform was working for that really. Well, it's more about that be to be You know service platform that type of thing that's not quite there yet and may not be there just depending on the nature of the platform yeah. Awesome stuff. So here's a twist of of a question here. Sure. I've. Learned from way back when I started live streaming. First of all, this has a emphasis question. How many hours do you need to start live streaming on top I I question? A. Hours to start live streaming ends. As soon as you get that thousand, I suggested because Tiktok actually has a significant Dr Behind live streaming and they actually have better engage in a livestream. You would find it instagram and facebook. So it's really interesting from that perspective, but you only two thousand started that makes good sell from there. So here's my question. Because I I made the mistake when I thought streaming from. Top from way back in the day called mere cat. Really. Really. Really, really strong on that. But I always told these people like something's missing because I think that a lot of people were there to get discovered. and. They didn't have a lot going on outside of that. So this thing out I'll just be obvious be your cat famous in somebody's got discover me and Blah Blah Blah. index sometimes happens you said the dog face you know. Thing but he happened happened with him what That's not always the case. So can you? Can you tell people? That when you're trying to build personal brand marketing. That, you have some substance behind yourself. This should you have something going on? Before or just something you know before you do something. That's. You know of. Such a marketing not just outed just to be on the platform to get discovered show. Tell them reason why you should be doing that? Yeah. I think I think there's two approaches to there. Definitely are influencers who have zero substance right there there to Dan there is. SIPPING ICED, tea they're kind of screwing around and and they become celebrities of their own statue just because they're there for. Almost like Seinfeld or crashing syndrome is just people orange their lives because they're attractive or they're just being silly and they want to find out more about them. When they do lives, people show up for that just kind of get a little bit more insight but I think that's a big piece of lies. Right? We're doing live right here. It's an information exchange. We're looking at providing more value and I think that's one piece of it. The one that I just referenced his more about behind the scenes I think there's definitely a place for almost that behind the scenes look inside if you look at a lot of what's working with sports. On tiktok right now, especially, in their lives is that they're streaming like happening with you know behind the scenes with the athletes and the other celebrities are involved in the game and I think that's working because people want to see what's happening with slimmer. So if you have celebrities or influencers that are engaged with your product or your brand showing more of that especially since a lot of the things are really accessible right now whether it's live music, right or sports or other things that are happening even east sports in the rest of that show what's behind the scenes US alive for that that's a really good play for that, I think the other side. Of It is and the platforms not evolved as you know, kind of tagging people and like instagram rider what we're using here to be able to do that kind of tandem conversation larger set it's much more casual from that way. So I do think to your the point that if you are focused on your niche and you understand what that is whether you're a personal brand or business or you know thinking about what you want to sell from that perspective again tying, it's your continent planet being like, Hey, here's a product launch. Here's some news that I wanNA talk about here's something that evolved in our industry. That's interesting. Here's a way that. You can you know the top five things can do with this that we learned right and treated a little bit more like an infomercial or that presentation Layer Webinar? I think he is that space really well for that as well. Again, good piece about going live as with most farms is that technical notify everyone that does a follower that that person's live right now and sits right at the top of your notification when someone is live and they actually put it on the middle of the four you screen now. So when you go into the APP, you can actually see who's live right now and just happened that. So they're doing a really. Significant effort to make sure that everybody attends the lives and if you're an individual and using the live, you've actually paid the longer and more that people engage in a live feed itself. So it's encouraging for an influence or even anybody to continue to engage that way because it does drive follower growth and there's a little bit incentive financially after as well. Cool I've got great question for you. Got A. Great Question. People starting out. The see this. TIKTOK. Youtube. INSTAGRAM, we should they go right now I think I think the couple of things I think that you know producing for Instagram in producing for you too could be very similar. You can burn out video you can upload it in a similar way and depending on your content. Right if if we just went through that value exchange exercise that we talk through I think he could do well with almost a mirror approach to youtube instagram in some ways obviously wants vertical one horizontal but youtube even doing better with vertical lately and I think there's there's advantage for being on youtube anyway just from the Seo it's the second largest search engine all things that we know about youtube. Instagram from that presence again, it's hard to get viral. It's hard to get organic reach on that platform. But if you have a little funds and you want to expose more of your content there, that's fine on sale would pick youtube over instagram I. But if you WANNA mirror those, that's fine. TIKTOK little question Mark Right the the administration has been aggressive against trying to talk down. There, you know question mark at Walmart and Oracle will do anything with it the question of was wall fade away if things change right in November but I think the question here is I think TIKTOK around this day. So I know there's been some questions like should I even be involved in Tiktok if it goes away, right? I think it's here to stay by dance still on the algorithm no matter what happens here in the US, and that's the secret sauce behind what's driving the growth of Tiktok for now the organic reaches. Phenomenal. So I, think if you WANNA pop early. Even starting out if you had to pick one of the three I would actually pick tiktok to start out with which sounds unusual but against the couple of tracks, right Audiences there I. Make sure that there's not a ton of competition because you have a little bit you know freer space to play and then make sure your tight on your niche, your brand, your value proposition because you'll be able to do better there in that way if you think about the Washington Post, for example, they were the first press in media to be on the platform they have a phenomenal user base debut, huge engagement they're doing really well translated news in the Tiktok because there is a little bit of Orbin native language on Tiktok than there is in the other channels you. Can't just take your video uploaded instagram reopen hope there's GonNa work but they're doing well in Tiktok and not so much in the spaces because they don't care about as much but they're not trying to reach that audience you right. So I think if you're going for broad reach, try youtube focused on that but the production level may has stepped up a notch. TIKTOK is a lot more accessible the organic reaches there. You can lower production by a little bit heap yourself authentic and make sure your tie to what you want delivers value and you'll do well as well. That's awesome. Do a Steph. Questions I have one last question dayaks, all of my guests no. And it goes something like this. They they see you now or the be listening to you now on the podcast. Sure and they liked what they here they have similar jerry similar paths as you they really want to do. Tick. Tock. or just be be influenced or in some way in some of these platforms, right? Yup. and. They want to be in authority in this space. How do they do that? Give them a few a few tidbits on how to get to that level. Yeah. I mean first off I developed a ten day challenge just for Fun Right? It's free. Go check it out. Following TIKTOK DOT com jump in there ten days of getting your account setup learning the formats trying out a few things in religious helping you out the door. I started ten days. Later, I had a thousand followers. So it is achievable. If you have a niche, you're focused you. You really think about what you WanNa do and just go I was bruising on the regular. There was a point where I was doing three videos a day. which is aggressive for some people but there's a way to do their way to get there and again once you cross her about thousand and you can start livestream as well. So jump into follow on TIKTOK DOT COM and sign up it's a really easy courses little find right there's some engaging you'll see some of my stuff but also some of the things that brands are doing really well to be able to create some engagement. In that platform as I'd say, that's the first step I. Think after that it's also thinking about just research right and anything that you do. It's about investing yourself and spend time to do it. Right. So not just thinking about reading about tiktok understanding what's happening Tiktok but actually spending time in the platform. So I think the mistake people make is K. I want to join a platform all into this thing that just start. For example making youtube videos, but they haven't time watching youtube videos and what successful and which ones are getting the most views in why they're gonNA views spent time on tiktok scroll to the for you like some videos that you like start to tune the them. So you can see more of those search your competitors, right whether it's the actual names of their the profiles or the hashtags that we use in your industry or business. Understanding what's happening in those spaces really key because you can see what others are doing around you and so researching on the platform watching what's working but also with influencers and the other spaces that maybe you're outside of you but are helping create that variety, the ones that are working and driving success. You know some of the things are hard to replicate right the guy in the skateboard with the ocean spray hard. A little bit serendipity at, but the vibe is there right the vibe, the casual vibe the thing that like everything is falling around us right. But there's still like people that are positive. Optimistic. That's really the spirit of the platform. So keeping that native to your videos is key and then thinking about what do i WanNa do what don't want achieve really focusing on that and then developing into it, you'll start to build a cadence research learn the platform more intellectually help you evolve as you get better. Have some. Awesome. Took amazing stuff man you kill the opposite. Traveling requests great stuff man great stuff for those who will be. Washington's later are listening on on the show show them first of all, where to go again, free attended challenge in. They can they can connect with you further? Yeah. Absolutely. Fallen TIKTOK DOT COM for that ten to challenge Tuck Ross Dot com for anything else or if you have a question or one, hit me up I'm also at Tuck Ross on any platform facebook instagram twitter talk right Meka ridiculous Brian I'm GonNa. See you on there soon. Right you'RE GONNA YOU'RE GONNA be trying your video. Stuff? I'm. NEPHEWS I. Preface that by saying this though this first time ever. I I'm able to say this tuck trust wash this guy already. Somebody has taken my name on Tiktok. And they put a video on there that had from from instagram on there like why can I give my God i never got never never have had this problem before so they have Brian our notes. So people who are in this. So looking at that that. That is not me. Not Me all right now. If I were TIKTOK GO I. Ask Him to to recover your account. I mean that's pretty standard from brand recovery side and you can prove you've got your handles everywhere else in that. You should have this too and they actually post your video on it, which is even more declared events you should be. On off on that. Yes, I, check it out maybe another reason they get on the quickly. So if you have a name, make sure that you least dude that I guess. Best Practices just roadblock your name everywhere right. So I was a little bit late with that anyway but incredible stuff. again, people if you are looking for more information about a building dirty platform, please go to the authority letter dot Com get on the list and learn how to do. The adobe platform the right way simplified a right or Texas that we text us. 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The Cleansing Power of Yoga: Kriyas and other holistic detox techniques for health and wellbeing by Swami Saradananda

My Seven Chakras

16:59 min | 2 years ago

The Cleansing Power of Yoga: Kriyas and other holistic detox techniques for health and wellbeing by Swami Saradananda

"Mice Jucker episode to eighty one. The Senate chaplain swirling for energy position throughout the base of spine to the crown the thousand of this ancient wisdom has McCain Stein measure to shape, what are the functions of these energy sentiments and cook these Chuck help you unpack your destiny and find your purpose. Welcome to my center chocolate. And now your host a Didia Gye Kumar. On is AJ here host and founder of my seven Jagger's the show where we provide you ancient wisdom for the modern mind that will immediately inspire more debate and compel you to move towards your new life. So if you are new to the show than I want to give you a warm, warm, welcome. And know that you are in the right spot. Today is book read day, which means that I'll be reading an excerpt from a book that has really inspired. And touched me these books might be written by previous guests on our show, distant mentors or even friends who have written an amazing book that I love and today's workers guard the cleansing power of yoga by Swami Charlotte under who has been a guest on our show, and she is an internationally renowned yoga and meditation teacher who has inspired thousands of people to practice. She's been teaching for almost forty years. And is the author of several books in her book the cleansing power of yoga that will be talking about today. She talks about Yogi cleansing practices known as clears which are natural ways to eliminate tension and energetic blockages unlike other yoga practices, these are not designed to increase strength or flexibility. Instead, they are cleansing rituals, which purify your blood, your body and your mind allowing your health to improve and increased clarity as well. As all cheerfulness. And you're a love this. Now before we begin got a quick announcement for you, if you love the chuckers, and you're wondering whether they can unlock something brand new for you. Or maybe take you in a new refreshing direction than you might want to attend the free light training the rapper together for you this Thursday, and it's online the link you need is my seven Chaka's dot com forward slash live training and on this station. We will take a look at the fascinating human energy system. I will talk to you about the one reason why so many people don't expedience results with chocolate, balancing, and our tissue some simple, but powerful Chakra, balancing and clearing techniques. So that you can start on your healing journey immediately. After the session ends the link. You need is my seven jerkers dot com forward slash life. Training. Seven is a word. So my seven chocolates dot com forward slash live training. And with that. Let's begin today's book reading session where we'll be focusing on the amazing book the cleansing power of yoga. So just sit back relax and get ready to get inspired. What are career cleansing exercises? Whether you are already practicing yoga are thinking of taking it up or would simply like more clarity in your life cleansing exercises can help you achieve your goals. Reduce any resistance, you might have to positive change and give you a fresh outlook the practices mentioned in this book are tools that can help you both on and off the yoga mat or meditation cushion there designed to begin a cleansing process that will enhance every aspect of your life. Most traditional yoga systems and many schools of modern postal yoga and compass ward than just the physical pauses arson us, the also advocate breathing exercises Brown. Alma energetic seals Madras bodily locks bundles meditations focusing on the chuckles and cleansing techniques known as Korea's all these practices are designed. Cleanse and strengthen the millions or energy Barth who is referred to as nineties by yoga practitioners through which the subtle energy or life force known as Parana travels. They've worked to centralize Brannagh in the energy channels and raise your Weybridge tree level, which makes your mind and body more sensitive and intuitive practicing clears who regularly helps you increase your wife racially level in a short amount of time as possible awakening your dominant potential known as Kunda Leney and transitioning it from static energy into a dynamic state. Door understand the importance of cleansing exercise. It can be helpful to us and electrical metaphor some substances such as copper are good conductors of electricity. But if they become corrupted with impurities, the conductivity is reduced similarly, if your physical and energetic bodies contain impurities, there's a greater resistance to the healthy flow of energy by steadily practicing cleansing exercises, you remove any impurities and restore conductivity. It's easy to start adding one or two clears to your daily routine when they become habitual just add in one more or two more. In fact, you're already probably doing some of the careers, simply by washing your hands and showering regularly and easy extension would be to get into the habit of washing your hands whenever you return from a public place. Then. Shake them vigorously for about ten to twenty seconds. Don't feel pressure to do too much yogurt cleansing at once or to practice too deeply or too fast, adding to your repertoire of cleansing exercises, slowly and sting within your personal capacity is the most effective way to purify and strengthen your Nadi energy channels practicing. More intensively does not necessarily bring better results the six cleansing actions of yoga shod Korea. According to the hotter, yoga predictor. There are six classical yoga cleansing acts that terrify the body. They work on the upper digestive. Tract doughty Colin busty nasal passages needy. The is in front of the body to attack the abdomen Nali and respiratory organs. Kepala party all six acts are held in high esteem. By the great yogis. In addition yoga philosophy recommends energetic seals known as Mudra that direct up for a cleansing effect as well as certain bundles or bodily locks that secure Bronner into positive channels, and you will find examples throughout this book. Best time to practice the most effective times to practice cleansing exercises are at dawn and dusk. When the atmosphere is jarred with special vitual force. It is also best to practice before eating modern lifestyles often make it difficult to practice at sunrise and sunset, so you might like to choose a time to do cleansing exercises when you are not in ward in everyday activities in your mind is able to focus on the practice at hand, many people find it convenient to practice clears in the morning, perhaps on weaking your mind is still in a pure state at this diamond hasn't become in ward in the. Work of the day, or you might like to practice in the evening after putting aside the cares of the day when you can devote some quiet time to cleansing your inner environment. Alternatively practicing literally night can be ineffective way of cleansing your mind before you go to bed if you can come and purify your mind by doing clears you may find it you fall into deep sleep more quickly rest more effectively and wake up in the morning feeling much more energized. Every day is a good day to cleanse. But change of seasons when someone becomes autumn and winter becomes spring are considered the best times for a more intense cleanse, these are the most advantageous bidders for sloughing off any toxins. You may have accumulated over the previous few months often people say that they would like to develop a cleansing practice. But don't have the time whenever that comes to mind. Remind yourself that developing a regular cleansing routine can help you at work more effectively feel calmer and more centered and perhaps even reduce your need for sleep giving. You more useful hours in the day. Cleansing the three bodies in order to understand more about how the cleansing techniques in this book work and can help you in your daily life. It is useful to gain a little understanding of yoga philosophy and the model postulates of three bodies the physical the astral and the causal body each is more subtle and less easy to understand than the previous your physical body. The most concrete of the three bodies is the one you are most familiar with this is your physical body taught by yogis to be made up of food and to go back into the food cycle when it dies you can purify your physical body by practicing yoga postures or astronauts, these cleansing exercises Kellyanne in particular, nitty, gnarly dotty, busty, traffic up your diet and. Occasional fasting can also help. Your astral body like most people interested in yoga, you probably realize that greater dimensions to live live beyond the reality of the physical body the astral or subtle body is the second body. It is the one believed to reincarnate take a new physical body at birth. That is defined as the total separation of the astral and physical bodies. Yasser body contains your personality and taught likes dislikes, all your qualities and emotions that are non-physical to understand the concept. Think about how emotions like love of fear affect your body, your heart or bowls, for example, even though the emotions are not physical while strongly affect your physical body emotions have their seat in your astral body, like your mind intellect and the subtle energy yogis called Brannagh, your astral body has three sheets all. Ears known as the kosher in sanskrit, the first layer or YTL sheet. Parana Gosheh contains your subtle energy all life force as well as the channels through which it flows nineties, and the sectors jackass that receive and transmit this energy, this idiot, double sheet lies closes to your physical body is energy flowing through and interpreting it as water fills expunge, this is a layer of your body at which you experienced sensations like hunger thirst, heat and cold you can purified as near off your astral body by practicing Brannagh Brett control techniques speaking in a puree by not gossiping and saying what you mean warranty silence or more chocolate cleansing, techniques and Chakra meditation and mantra repetition the second layer of the astral body mono. My Gorsha is the intellectual near. Away, you expedience emotions from anger to excitement defensive smell dazed, site Dutch, and hitting our bist year as is your automatic mind with its conscious subconscious and instinctive portions now this Lear gets clogged by psychological and sensory distractions attachments to the past bondage to the demands of the body and anticipation of future events, you can purify. This layer of the body by practicing yoga postures Arsenizh with relaxed breathing to calm your mind and emotions Brown. I am bread control techniques chanting or singing, selfless deeds or karma yoga, but the HARA withdrawing from the senses, mindfulness and meditation. The third layer of the astral body. The victim non Meyer Kosheh is the intellectual Lear where you have doubts debate with yourself and make decisions it comprise. Is your intellect, but they and sense of unique individuality hung gar. Your ego. Or who you perceive yourself to be this separates? You from identifying with the universal consciousness if you're interested in inner or spiritual work, you can purify your intellect and ego by practicing selfless deeds or karma, yoga positive thinking and meditation focused inquiry and ongoing study, your causal body Yuga philosophy teaches that you also have a causal or seed body where your karma consequence of past actions and subtle impressions from this and past lives are stored. It also contains the seed that determines your talents aptitudes emotional makeup and physical appearance. Your causal body has one Lear the bliss sheet are on my Kosheh will you expedience on and off. Joy, you can purify your causal body by practicing meditation selfless deeds are karma yoga here the tribe. I hope you enjoyed today's session. And I hope you are ready to take some action in your life to make a big change. 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Yogic Cleansing, Detoxing, Purifying And Balancing With Swami Saradananda #258

My Seven Chakras

52:12 min | 2 years ago

Yogic Cleansing, Detoxing, Purifying And Balancing With Swami Saradananda #258

"Miami Jucker us episode to fifty eight town me to be a yoga teacher. Not a preacher. The Senate Chuck swirling for diseases energy position throughout the base of the spine to the crown of worth thousands of this ancient wisdom as McCain Stein from master to disciple. What are the functions of these energy systems and clip these chucked help you unlock your destiny and find your purpose? Welcome my chocolates. And now your host a Didia Gye Kumar. What Dr eighty year host and founder of my seven chucker as the show where we provide you the wisdom and action steps that will help you heal and transform your life. So if you're new to the show, then I wanna to provide you a warm, welcome. You're gonna love this experience. Now before we begin I've got a couple of announcements to make firstly over the years. Many of you have reached out in quieting how you can support our podcast and movement. So recently, I started a patriarch page for people who like to support our show. 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And also a trustee of the gang up hospice a charity that seeks to build a cancer hospice in Rishikesh north India, a new book the cleansing bar of yoga explains about yoga cleansing practices known as Korea's which are natural ways to eliminate tension energetic. Blockages unlike other yoga practices, they are not designed to increase strength and flexibility. Instead, they are cleansing rituals, which purify your body and mind allowing your health to improve and increase clarity as well. Ios overall. Cheerfulness? Right. So really fascinating topic. I'm really excited to dive deeper. But before that, thank you so much for joining me Swamy, also pleasure to be here. Great great. So like a lot of what you do is highly inspirational, what is your favorite inspirational court this and how do you applied in your daily life? Well, actually, it's a very short quote from my teacher who Sony visited given under in Houston. Tell me to be a yoga teacher, not a preacher and used to tell all the students that, but I've particularly took it to heart because I'm a lot of people. They do a readable. They Jewish short workshop in thirteen ching. Whereas I think yoga's really something that you should live and teach from your own experience. I think I always look at my body. My mind is like a laboratory where I'm testing all the things I I've heard in red and black. I feel like I'm teaching something that's offensive. Oh, absolutely. And this has this has come to my mind, especially over the last few weeks, which is especially when it comes to a spiritual experience. You cannot intellectually none at you need to have a personal experience. So that you could embody whatever there is to be learned. And that happens as you alluded to through personal experience experimentation, and once you embody that I'm sure you become a better teacher because now you're relating expedience as opposed to a relating from theory, or what is on the books. So I think this is a really really baffle court you share with us and with that let's begin. So what inspired you to write this book the cleansing power of yoga? Abbott? Will I've written several books on different aspects of yoga on a road on Chakra meditating and one unprinted Emma, the power breath and went on mood the hand gestures that I realized that there's one aspect of yoga that those notebook on it all and there was created cleansing exercises. And I fear especially in modern life where we have so much pollution. You know, the air is polluted the waters polluted. Lot of our food isn't really so good. Not the best quality. It's very important for us to constantly be working in cleansing our our bodies. So that's where I got the idea. And then I started looking to see what was available and there was nothing at all available. And it just felt it was very important book to write. Well, absolutely. I mean, when when I heard of this book, I immediately noted that this type of information is not really away. Lable? What do you think about yoga when you think about yoga what typically people here is the postures and flexibility, especially in the west today. We're going to dive deeper into the careers, and particularly how we can use these different creatures and different techniques to cleanse our body, which is so much needed in today's residual. So my question is how did you get into yoga? While I was looking for some kind of physical exercise to do. And I saw the ad in the paper. And I thought I'd try it in. I just got very interested. More more interested I in the physical aspect and then in Lee philosophy and then I met my teacher me Vishnu Devon on the and started working with Daesh even on the yoga centers, and I were present for about twenty six years. But then I left and now I call myself a freelance, yo. Yeah. Just to go to different places and teach and I write books got it. Now. My question is review which year was this will you we saw the ad, and you could tell us where in the world will you and what particularly like what state of life were you in that media wanted to get into yoga for as you mentioned, a more physical fitness as opposed to some of the other modalities or techniques are already available in Hewlett, right? Well, unfor- New York originally, and I was living in Florida. This is nineteen sixty. Seven. I started practicing yoga. And I wasn't particularly interested in doing yoga is just interested in some kinds of physical exercise. And then I saw this ad, and I have no idea what yoga was. But I thought I might as well try this. And as soon as I started I found that it really works. So well, I had a problem is very sick as a child. I had polio. When I was about four years old, and I was actually paralyzed for a year. And the doctors told my parents never be able to walk and my mother used to say the reason I could walk that. I was too young to understand the doctors. So I just kept trying so I could walk, but then I always had problems. I used to fall to triple the time. So I tried different kinds of physical exercises. It would help me and some of them helped me a bit. But none of them helped me as much as yoga. So that's why I really stuck with it. Just because I found it was so helpful. And now when I tell people I had polio in those paralyzed like very few people believe me, right because this no there's no sign of it anymore. Yes. Absolutely. And I guess many maple are not able to relate as well. Right. I mean does not a something to be taken. You know, just like that. It's it's it's a pretty serious and often physically debilitating challenged, right? But you went through it. And and people aren't able to see any signs, which is I think a major transformation. Right. Yeah. I think that was one of the biggest challenges I faced in my life. And because I could face it. I think it helped me to face other challenges because once you overcome something, then another challenge come to think. Well, I overcame the first thing probably if I keep at it. I can do this as well. Absolutely. I mean, I've read that this has to do with the new neurons in your brain. It's like once your brand loans that this is possible, then it's able to sort of mirror that into some other skill or some other challenge. And now all of a sudden, you have that possibility within you, and you do whatever it takes to get there because you know, responsible that feeling on it is possible. I think shift everything right, right? I think what's important is failing. That's an that. It's possible because you can read book saying it's possible yet, unless you've actually experienced it, you don't know. It's true. So social social was don't how can you end up meeting Swamy wish? No, they went under and how they influence your life. So take us back to that first time. Well, I started when I was studying yoga, I was taking classes with some students of his okay. And then I will. Back to New York. And I started going to class at the shipping on the yoga center. And then one time they just said they would this Swamy coming. I didn't even notable as a what a salami was that there was this person called Sergey. He was coming and they were going to organize a retreat. So that for the whole weekend, we would do meditation and yoga, and I thought okay that sounds interesting. So I signed up and I met Sondhi. And I when I first met him or I felt as he was the most honest person I had ever met, and what he said really hit a note with me something very deep. So I just wanted to study with him more. Got it got it. And you've mentioned somewhere on your website that he was known as a flying Swamy. Yes. He had a plane and he's the fry two different trouble spots in the world. Like he flew over the Suez canal when it was closed, and he dropped leaflets calling for peace. He flew into the bourbon morale, he flew over Belfast when there was a lot of fighting there and USA say that yoga was about breaking barriers internal barriers. But also he felt that Warren barriers that there are certain barriers that we create that are berries toward peace. So just like yoga's about inner peace. He said we can also use your before world peace. And I say called his mission in life. Tell people about this. So so also in in in two thousand and one you took a sabbatical right to practice in the Himalaya. So what made you take that decision? And how was the experience like? Well, I've been Indian many times, but I had never spent like an extended period there. I've been there for a few months. Maybe I think before that the most time was six months at a time. And then I was working with the and unto organization, and I decided it was time to leave and people told me not to leave. They said unless you live in an Australian it's not possible to practice on your own. And I thought if that's true, then a brace did sort of half my life because I've been practicing so much and if I can't practice by myself, then that's a waste of my time and energy. And so I decided I was going to just go to the Himalayas and to practice on my own for one year. And also because it was a. It was a big change in my life lived in Australia ceremonies, thirty years. And I just wanted to sort of take time off and practiced by myself. And I found that it gave me a lot of strength. Annotate may vary different perspective. And you know, I sort of came back and started working again with a change perspective. So what was life like in an ashram for somebody who can relate at this point where orders life like in a national for you, maybe back in the days, and then how was the transition like from life in an ashram like you mentioned for thirty years or so and then living in the Himalayas and doing your personal practice. What was that shift like was it difficult or how was it? Yes. It was a little difficult because in an ashram everything is is discipline, and there's a time schedule. So I think different ashrams have different schedules. But the astronaut lived in you have to everyone had to be admitted tation six in the morning. And. You know? I mean, you could miss once a week. But otherwise you were expected to be there. And then as in different Ostrom some were incidents where we also had like teaching schedule. So then rebound by that teaching. But I think was the discipline of having having to get up at a certain time and having to meditate at a certain time and having to practice at a certain time. And I think it was actually an excellent experience and. But it is difficult. I mean, I think it's like any institutional thing when you leave it is a raise difficulty. But so I it was difficult. But now, I feel like. It was quite good to be free. Because if you're if you're don't have make your own schedule. Yeah. You don't know if you're really doing it or you're just sort of? You know, someone is making you do it. I think it's important to know that you're doing something because you want to do it got it. So it feel seems like you know, when you order the Ostrom you had et cetera team that everyone else. So I'm David and sort of it was regimented. But then now that you went to him Ali as you had an opportunity to really test yourself. Are you going to stick to the same routine? Are you going to be self disciplined? Will you follow through with your practice? So in many ways, it was like like a dentist. Right. It was a test. I it was also the time to strengthen my own practice rather than relying on the routine of the Ostrom Garnett. So so what made you come back? What made you were after visiting the Himalayas and doing your Bertil practice. What made you and your sabbatical and comeback. Well, I I kept it. I had karma that I still had to irk outwith. And I felt that my calmer is really teaching and a lot of the time. I lived in the ashram. I I did it ministry of work. I was I was the person in charge of the Ostrom. So I had to make sure that everything was running properly that I felt that I wanted to really devote myself to teaching and writing because I felt that I had learned so much. And I think a lot of the aspects of yoga people in the west, they don't really understand that on a deep level Innova understand, quite superficially. So I feel as though in a way on I'm like a translator, you know, because I've practiced, but I've also lived in the world. So I can explain like a lot of the ancient teachings. But I can explain an-an-and away that modern people will understand will. Let's definitely give a half for sure. And as you've mentioned somewhere that the best way to learn something is to be able to teach it right because you can't estate somebody you have to be able to internalize it and also be able to articulate some of the concepts and practices and the philosophy that you've learned. So I think that's definitely a gift which you've made it over practice or period of time. And his look you help people detox from unique perspective. So let's take a few steps back and understand the challenge at hand for. So what are the stock sins that we're trying to detox and how do we end up attracting collecting them in our bodies and our energy body in the first nece? Well, I think they're all types of toxins in their physical toxins that we get from, you know, the polluted air that we breathe from the. The food. That's a delta rated from water that might not be as pure as it could be. So we'd pick up a lot of those physical toxins. But I think they're also emotional toxins every pick up just from living in the world. And, you know, reacting in the world, like not everyone in the world is a nice person and some, but we have to live together so often, you know, we come into contact with Papon, and we feel sort of of energy from them. So we can't let it weaken us. So that's what I put in. My book is not only thing ways to purify physically, but also had to purify emotionally, and you know, how to get rid of like toxins in in the subtle bodies. Well, you know, the emotional body. And mental on all levels. Got it. So on the same topic. How exactly does yoga help with this multi level talk detoxing? Well, there are a lot of exercises in yoga that people. Don't know that that a called the creative. And I know a lot of times when people hear about them they tend to. Annabi babe it repelled by them things like using salt water to clean out the the nasal passages which I think is it's really one of the simplest things you can do. And I think anyone who lives in a modern city where the air is polluted. I don't know how you cannot not do it every day and still breathe properly. So I wanted to tell people about these yoga exercises that. The really quite simple that I think people have built up like a big negative thing about them. Right. And I'm so glad you're dispelling. The negativity are the perception that people have created over the years, maybe because of lack of awareness as well. But for people who wanna learn more what exactly are clears. And how do they help in all of this? Well, cruiser cleansing exercises. The were create actually just means of action, but the they usually used to be to refer to cleansing actions and in. Attacks on yoga, they they talk mainly about six craze. Okay. And they're craves cleansing exercises for cleaning. The nasal passages for cleaning the upper digestive tract, which is the stomach and the Asaf icus and the mouth her cleaning the middle digestive track. The intestine her cleaning lower track digestive track, which is the large intestine and the colon for cleaning the is and cleaning the respiratory system. You know, and I think that one for cleaning the respiratory system is the one that's probably best known which is called Papa body. It's a war that it translates into shining skull. And the idea is FU didn't regularly you become you will become so purified your face with start to shine and people do it as part of a yoga breathing exercises. But technically, it's not a breathing. It's not a Pontiac like usually co you're the breathing's as we I miss premium a-, but technically Capello body is actually a cre- cleansing exercise. So I think it's an important one. And I think if you're going to be getting into yoga, breathing, it's an important one to sock with so I should drive. The question is really is is do you wanna have a glowing shining face? Do you want to be able to do clean your digestive system? Open up, yours pushy system, clean up the is. And you have these simple simple, tools that you can use on a daily basis to able to balance your life, especially if you're living in a modern city, which most of you are. So that's exactly the team that we're talking about today. So Swami could you maybe describe some of these careers and how they help restore balance just for an overview of those were new decrees. Well, I've already mentioned one cold nitty nitty is the nasal cleansing. Okay. And I think it's it's quite a simple thing to do because you just get a pot golden Netti pot, which is now available in most health food stores. It's available online even a lot of pharmacy seldom now, and you just put about half a teaspoon of sea salt and some water in and you insurgents you stand over sink, and you just put the Netti pot into the same of the Netti PA into one nostril and then let gravity. Run the water through the nasal passages. So you don't inhale it just let gravity for water flow to cleanse the Clinton nasal passages. And then you would blow up the water afterwards. And I think if you're living in modern city, which all polluted nowadays. Yep. You know, actually, you don't really want to look at what comes out. But of course, you can't help it. And sometimes it's quite shocking. What outs? I think especially if you live in a city like lifted New York and in the summertime. When the war the air was extra polluted, the water would just black as it came out. Right. So you do that. And then you have do Capello body, which is it's a pumping breath. You know to claims the to get the pollution out of the lungs and out of the nasal passages as well. So you're at their first netting, and then you would do Kepala teeth. And I think those are things that people even if they don't do yoga on a regular basis. I think it's important to do these two exercises daily. Absolutely. I mean, thanks, thanks for shedding that and I think, you know, being a conscious being in today's age are being aware person. Can sometimes be overwhelming? Right. It's it can sometimes be difficult because if you start to realize that whether you're looking at the water, did you get are the food that you purchase from the grocery store are the air that you breathe are even the relations. That are being emitted by the devices reforms, your microwave, everything affects you and your entity body in wiz that is difficult to explain. And now, you have these simple tools that you're sharing that can improve the balance that can detoxify. So that's that's really powerful. And yeah, if you're talking about radiation, I actually have parted the book that talks about what type of plan c-can use in your home. To avoid the radiation from different from computers from cell phones from microwaves, and this is not it's not something. That's very Esa. Teric? It's something very simple. And that actually the main study on this was done by NASA by the space agency. So it's not like sometimes people think opuses, not exactly scientific, but how can you be more scientific than this? They actually something Kim. They actually did studies to find out which plans would counteract the radiation. This divall. So I'm sure that most of the people, in fact, all the people are reading up the years to their your phone or the headphone to learn more about what these plants are could you give us an idea of let's say, for example, we're talking about emissions from a phone or something similar to that. What what plant should a person be growing and your home? Well, plans to tend to be spiky or the best so spiking like cactuses or spiky or spider plants or spiky. So these two plans really the best, you know, you can have the next to your computer. You can have them in just around the house, and they help you to counteract the the it's actually the the positive irons the one that's not good for you. I did not know about the fact that the having GAC diet or cactus. It your home can be beneficial gang dozen. You said spider plant is already said. Yes, spider Finn. Got it. Thanks for sharing that now we've been speaking about the fact that this clears are not that difficult to master. The Ray simple essentially tool sets that one can use in day to day life, but you've been doing yoga for a longtime right now. Right. So in your experience, what has been the most difficult, dick, Nick or skill to master. Or has something like that. Here. This been a lot of things that are. Difficult are personally for me. I have trouble bending backwards. You know, I I find that some people can then forward some people can then backwards on. And I think keeping it up. That's that's the hardest thing. But I think that people say they don't have time to do yoga or they don't have time to do meditation or even creates pe- some people claim they don't have time. So I think you just have to schedule it into your life. You know, just like you. If you have an appointment with someone you you schedule it in. So if you want to do yoga, you just make time for it. If you say to yourself out try to do it every day. I think the problem is the word try. You have to say I will do it at seven o'clock in the morning or eight o'clock in the morning or six o'clock in the evening when it hurt is. But you make time for it. Or you can say I will do it. First thing in the morning when I wake up. So once you make time for it. You find that it just becomes part of your routine. And I think it's important for people to make their own routines you because people have different things happening in their lives. You know, some people work fifth some people work at night, some people have families. So there are a lot of different circumstances in your life. So I think it's important to look at. What do you need to do in your life and to find when you can do it? And then schedule it in just like you would anything else. So that's what I do. I have a different schedule because I teach in our right in different places. So I raise look at when I have to be there. And then I give myself as certain amount of time in the morning. So that I can make sure that I get it all done. Got it got it. Now, you know what you're sharing our principles that are simple. But yet so bar for any easy to forget, you know, region to read them sometimes, but then life happens, right? And we forget to execute simple things. And I myself, you know, need to muster. So many of these things that you're shedding is to be able to schedule it because what is what is scheduled gets done. Right. That's what Tony says. It's what gets scheduled to get gets done. And you've alluded to the fact that and you've just mentioned that you travel a lot travel. Right. You travel at India you travel, do you the United States and you're based currently in in UK? Yes. So so since your frequent flyer, and I get this question in order for my listeners. How do you go about rebalancing and realigning yourself, especially after a long flight she crossed different time zones. So there's multiple things at play idea of the magnetism. And you've got the fact that maybe your body has absorbed, these toxins, maybe from sitting close to other people and things like that's hard you how do you go about rebalancing and de aligning yourself? Well, I think drinking a lot of water is very important. On site try and drink as much water as possible. And I try when I fly some place. I try not to fall asleep immediately. I tried to make sure that I get myself on the local schedule as quickly as possible. And whenever I'm scheduling a trip Irish take that into effect into account. So for instance, I I don't schedule flight to. You know, say seven in the morning because then I would have to be at the airport at five in the morning. So I always try and make sure that I'm flying at a time where I leave it at a reasonable time. And I also rive at a reasonable time. So if there were several flights a day, I always look at which sort of fit in the best and I try not to do overnight flights because they completely knock your schedule. Travelling to India. Long flight. Timezones than stop or you go to lay over and then becomes really challenging sometimes. But then you you get used to it. So so Swamy based on the amazing an enjoyable conversation that we having right now where does it one action step at you like to recommend for someone listening to our show right now? And. Well, recently, I've gotten I've started to do in cold skin brushing. And I don't know if you've heard of it, but you get a stiff brush, and you you just brush your skin morning and evening, and I find that it's more effective than just fed anything else. So it's yeah. You always I towards the heart. Okay. And I think as you get older and your circulation gets. Degenerates a bit. I think it it's very important. So I've described in my book, and I if I had one thing to recommend well two things I would recommend everyone does Nettie and everyone does skin brushing. I think these are the two very important things to do. 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And what you made of Salamis speaking of art facing fears, and conquering our life challenges talked about a major life challenge that you experienced and what it was a story like, and then how did you overcome that situation? Well, I think I already mentioned about the polio. I think that was really my major challenge in life. And it was a challenge that I faced all through my childhood and teenage years until I found yoga, so I I would say that's how I overcame it is by practicing yoga and by the really regular in my practice. Got it. And so missed on what you've shared based on your story, or does it one life lesson that you like to share with our listeners? Well, this is off the topic that I think a lot of people are afraid to speak in public or a lot of people are free to sing in public. And I've learned that if you just do it you find that this really nothing to be afraid of. So I have a we're probably one of the world's worst voices. But I just think sometimes and his nothing that. Doesn't create any kind of negativity because people don't take it for it. So I think it's important to face things that you're for it. And to just do them in you find that they're not really so difficult anyway. Well, thanks a lot for sharing your story with us. Like, you mentioned when you were a child you had polio. And I'm sure that was a very very difficult experience. I will not be able to relate because I'm not going through it. But I'm sure that it's difficult experience. And I'm sure many of our listeners all of us have some sort of challenge. Whether it's mental emotional relationships challenge a financial challenge, right? That we went to right now at this moment, and what you empower us to do is to firstly resort to Incheon wisdom like in your case or does yoga and find him, right? That really works for you, something that you can do on a daily basis, or whenever you have the time in incorporate that into a routine makers without a doubt, if somebody has experienced transformation than so can you and on double that what you also shared is that it's important for us to as individuals as human beings as people who are trying to overcome our challenges, and and and. Maybe manifest our vision to take small steps doing something that we are not comfortable with or doing something that we maybe fear at this point. Maybe like public speaking expressing our wise and even singing because what that does is that it gets you closer and closer and closer to your to purpose and also Swami what I've heard is in a previous conversation when you're singing, and when you are speaking at public your aura expands, right? It's like comes huge dislike it, absorbs the I guess the surroundings are new, and when they did I think it'd have study or research on a opera singer who are singing from stage her aura was really encapsulating the entire audience and together they were one. So that that that's something that came to my mind is how does, you know, expressing your voice and singing, how does that relate energetically? But yeah, thanks for shedding. So this just one one thing I wanted to mention and that we one dimension my website. Yes. Absolutely. We could share your website right now. And because we're not quite complete case. But, but please let our listeners know how they can find you, and we can do it again at the end. Okay. So your website is yoga mentor dot yoga, yoga, mentor, dot yoga, action tribe and also have created a special link in case you wanna get saw me as amazing book. You gotta go to my seven Chuck Ross dot com forward slash two five eight book. That's my seven Jucker as dot com slash two five eight book, and you'll be taken to Amazon straightaway in you can purchase her amazing book now actually drive. I hope you've learned a thing or two from today's station. And although we're not quite done yet. We still have the last round which is the wisdom round to go. But here's what I have to say to you when you're working towards your vision. No, forget to remove the sub conscious blocks that are holding you back from where you wanna go. You see Wendy expedients something whether as a child at work at home or or somewhere outside we might forget about the incident, but the subconscious mind always remembers what we felt about or. How about it? And that memory usually becomes a block that keeps us back from our idea relationships financial abundance, but even held in white daddy. So what needs to be done we need to assess alive expedience and let go of memories, there are no longer serving as or even better change, the story that returning ourselves are what happened on that particular day or even better, you know, do some of the clear yoga some of the careers that Swami as teaching about because a combination of the physical practice and also inner work can lead to that energy dick shift, which will make all the difference because like loud, sue, the ancient Chinese philosopher once so wisely said by letting go it all gets done the world is one by those who let go, but when you try and try and try the world has been beyond winning. So let that sink in for a moment. And with that we arrive at the wisdom round, which is the last round for today. So suomi. Are you ready? Yes. I am. Great. So what is the best piece of advice that you have ever received? Well, one to host to difficult period where people were trying to actually say not for a nice things about me. And someone said to me just to word that what they're saying. Because it doesn't change who you are. So and then I realized that's true. So what I am. And what I've done is. I know who I am. And that's the most important thing. Thanks for shedding and hit my seven Jucker as we want to change the way, we look and religion to emit stick. So if you had to share what is the most important mistake as you've made in your life in what did you learn from it? I really don't know. I. Maybe it singing public. Because I have your dad voice. And the first time I ever sang in public someone came up to me afterwards. And he said to me, you know, your birthday gray. Because when you first started singing, I thought she stroking knowing could add such a bad voice. But then you just kept saying so. I realized that there are no mistakes in life. That we, you know, we learn from everything. So what does it one thing you do in the morning or in the evening before leaving that has improved the quality of your life? Well, this I already mentioned this decree is that I do. And I spend a few minutes every morning. I do all your polling. I do Nettie. And I do skin brushing. And I think these are all very important things. And I know sometimes people say they don't have time, but it's less than ten minutes. And I think it could it will completely change your health. If you if you do them regularly. And if you could recommend one book for our listeners today or would that be? Well, this the co yoga and all your data by Dr David Frawley. And I think it talks about a lot of aspects of yoga that navy people don't know about their bit confused about the heard about they don't exactly know what it means. And how relates to argue Vate, which is the the healing modality of India. So the name of the book is yoga and either way the cut, I guess and authors, Dr David for all the so actually, I know how much you love the books that have been shared on the show. And in case you want to listen to this book right away and get it for free. Then you can because audible dot com is offering action tribe. One free audiobook download with a free thirty day trial, which means that instead of reading a book conventionally, you can listen to the entire book, and you'll have to check if this particular book is available on audible, but I think it is the name of the book is yoga, and I'd rather by Dr David Frawley is an amazing person nor had him on the show yet, but within the future, but to get that book all you need to do is go to mice Chuck Ross dot com forward slash free book. Once again, that's my seven Junkers dot com forward slash. Free book to download your audiobook in stock listening. This only thank you so much for joining me today. 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Colton - Such A Good Guy!

Not A Single Fork

26:20 min | 2 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. That's colton hope you enjoyed that interview and we're going to say stay fresh air fire bags. Cohen nineteen better known as corona virus has spread throughout the world symptoms of this respiratory disease may include fever cough and shortness of breath. The symptoms may show up to fourteen days after exposure. If you are experiencing these symptoms and have come in contact with or are in an area with an ongoing outbreak. Please call hotline and or consult a physician. Clean and disinfect high. Touch services for more information. Please visit cdc dot gov slash covid nineteen thank you.

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5 Positive Side-Effects Of COVID-19. Here they are..

My Seven Chakras

18:55 min | 1 year ago

5 Positive Side-Effects Of COVID-19. Here they are..

"The Senate Chuck Swirling for two Seasons Energy concision throughout on the base of the spine to the crown of the head for thousands of this. Ancient wisdom has been pinched on the master to sail. What are the functions of these energy sentiments and cook? These chucked help you unlike your destiny and find your purpose. Welcome to my center chocolate and now your host a giant block If you've been living on planet earth at least for the last few months you'd know that we're in the midst of a pandemic guard go with nineteen which is a relatively new disease that could spread person to person through close contact. The current theory suggests that it first originated in Wuhan China and has now spread to almost every country in the world and the challenge. Is that the person carrying the wires may have little to no symptoms at. Aw and the symptoms mitigate up to forty days to appear after the initial exposure in fact the experts are actively searching for a solution do this Bandanna make as we speak or some way to potentially stop the spread and flat in the curve because of which many of us are stuck at our homes to reduce the change of infection and protect healthcare workers in people who are still working. But when this going to it is this natural or manmade and most importantly. Is there any good that can come out of this of wind? This is going to end. My guess is as good as yours. I wish we could have some more certainty at this point but the truth is that we don't have enough information yet to conclusively say for sure. Is this natural or is this manmade and this point. I've come across so many theories that I don't know who to believe. Some say it is geopolitics at play here. Some say it is a natural result of the inhumane conditions of the wet markets. In Wuhan. Some say that this is something that we haven't really considered wires do have the potential to decimate the entire human race in that we need to start becoming more CDs about this threat before it's too late and then some people say that what we really need to worry about is five. G. Because that's where more dangerous than this wireless is portrayed to be. I don't know I don't WanNa fuel any of these theories which they really are at this point. All I can say is that I've heard more billiards stories. In the last twenty days than in the last twenty years you sure is playing an active role in all of this. What I hope to answer. Indiscretion question is the ultimate and perhaps the most important question which is is there any good. That can come out of this because I think that this is important to consider so. Let's start with change number one. Which is the earth is getting a break now. This is really true. And there's no conspiracy behind in general especially because of the lockdowns people are driving this there. Are we fewer buses on the roads? Many factories of closed Seles Smog and pollutants are being. Amer dude into the air in fact recently some earth observing satellites have detected a significant decrease in the concentration of nitrogen dioxide common APP allegiant which enters the atmosphere through emissions from cars trucks buses and powerplants and the oceans are also a lot quieter. Now research has shown that ambient noise from ships and other maritime traffic can increase stress hormone levels in marine creatures which can affect their reproductive success. I also read that. The large man made hole in the ozone layer which by the way it protects the earth from harmful UV. Radiation is beginning to heal and close up and this is good news also seen so many pictures from around the world where people are noticing that the smog that used to be there is now appearing up and is increasing visibility. And what this means. Is that as sitting at home for awhile is actually a good thing for nature number two. The garments are finding ways to support people. Especially you're in Canada and the US and in many countries the word the government is finding ways to support people during this crisis through mortgage determines inch relief affordable or even free treatments coverage related relief funds and most recently in the United States student loan deferment. And if you ask any student. One of the biggest stress factors that tends to bring them down and crushes. Their spirit is student. Debt in two thousand nineteen for example. The debt was one point six trillion dollars which was seven point five percent off the GDP. So you can imagine the sigh of relief when they announced just a few days back dad for a period of six months student loans would be deferred the way. I look at it. Disband amick has probably struck a north of empathy amongst government officials which has led do this worldwide effort to keep people safe and away from suffering. And personally I think that this is the first step towards accessing abundance and tapping into often unlimited source off energy in an ideal world people would receive a universal basic income would receive free education. Were See of all the support and infrastructure do lead their best lives. We still have a long way to go. But I think deep down that these measures even though they're small are good for step towards a more democratic and equal society number. Three people are focusing more on health and wellness. If you look around you. People are washing their hands covering their mouths cleaning their home. Staying germ-free. People are finding ways to boost their immunity improving their hygiene consuming. More widens because restaurants are closed. They're finding ways to cook nutritious food at home and are double that. Because they're so much stress going on Zion hysteria. People are finding ways to reduce stress. Feel more calm and relax now. These are positive signs suggests that when you can't go outside you can't help but go inside and I think that is a good resort as well. People are discovering the power of their brats the significance of meditation the Utility of Yoga and the effectiveness of journaling on a personal affront. I've been spending more quality. I am on my meal. Prep and if you are in our facebook group you would know that I've become more and more blunt bist last week amid some amazing Hamas and he need along with some cucumbers tomatoes and onions on the side with some non. I must say that if you really know how to make blurred based foods normally does discord but it feels good to deep within and also been doing a lot of breadth work meditation and journaling to really connect with my higher self and find out whether I am on my true bots so I encourage you to use this time to heal yourself. Discover new practices for nourishing yourself and really dig step back or two and find out what you are truly warning to do in this lifetime. Where does your purpose? What is your divine calling? Because now's a dime another shift that's happening in the world. Today is that people are feeling more united whether you're talking to a friend in India or France or Australia or even Canada. Everyone's going through the very same expedients. Everyone is feeling bored or lonely at home. Everyone wants this to end. Everyone wants to meet their friends and families in person once again and I don't think that I have ever had a shed expedience like this on a global scale ever and no matter what the issue is when you're able to agree on a particular topic that's usually just a foundation for agreeing sharing and collaborating on so many more topics. Maybe is just the fact that we're facing a common invisible enemy right here. That is making us. Feel part of this collective. They say that throwing rocks at a common enemy leads to unity right. And it's true many as bag. I thought to myself with all the war azan disputes going on in the world. The only way that we're ever going to unite and feel One is if there were an alien invasion and to be honest. This is kind of like an alien invasion although we can't really see the alien over here or maybe we're the aliens bacteria and viruses. I'm sure have been on desert way longer than us. 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48: What Do You Say About Suicide? (Part 1)

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48: What Do You Say About Suicide? (Part 1)

"Today's show is sponsored by talks base the online therapy company that lets you message a licensed therapist from anywhere at anytime, say licensed therapist because when you send me messages on Instagram, I am shooting from the hip. You can be matched with the perfect their best for you for a fraction of the price of traditional therapy. Go to talk space dot com slash TEFA and use the cotija fade get forty, five dollars off your first month and support. The show that's talks based dot com. Slash TEFA code TEFA. The one misconception about suicide that I hate that I think that they feel like it's a cop out. It's it's the quickest, easiest way. And I feel like that's such a bad way to think because suicide is a battle. It's it's a war, aim, your brain that you have to fight every day. It's a struggle to wake up. It's a struggle to eat, is a struggle to socialize. So the the, the misconception about suicide of think people just think it's just like a, it's like, oh, that's what you do. That's that's easy. But no, when you're living with all these tormented voices. What would you do. I'm Nora back and this is terrible. Thanks for asking. If suicide is hard for you to talk about you are completely allowing it is a problem that only affects you. I'm kidding. Obviously, it is a hard thing Chuck about suicide is I feel like everybody struggles with knowing the right thing to say, even people who are nameless, but whose job it is to talk to people about hard things. I'm referring to Hans and myself. I'm referring to me. Okay. I didn't know anything about suicide at all. Intel met my friend mile and mows husband. Andy had died by suicide a few months before my husband, Aaron died of brain cancer. What do people like to ask you. Lots of stuff about suicide. Like, how did he do it? Did he leave a letter? Did you see the signs? Did he get outta bed every day? Was he a good husband? 'cause immediately they think that is some like catatonic like, or like you saw it and you just didn't? Yeah. I mean, I was like, dude, we made. I doubled eggs in the morning, and he critiqued up and told me how bad they were 'cause he's a better cook than me. And then we danced in the kitchen and then he walked to the car and kick the grass. He said he was going to mow the lawn and he walked into the car and he gave me a hug said, I'll see you later and I never saw him again ever. Does that sound like someone who's gonna go and kill themselves? Because we don't know. Now that suicide has touched my life. I have embraced my role as the world's foremost expert. Also kidding. I am just a regular person who is still learning things every day. And one of the things that I've been learning for the past few years is how to talk about suicide. And I learned what I know which is admittedly, not much, but I learned it from mall and from other suicide, widows who are in our hot young widows club. You're the only person that I call and FaceTime criteria. Oh, we really ugly criers or. He's like, do you guys are really? Oh, so splotch. -i with Mojo, I saw firsthand just how differently our losses were treated. I saw that the things that people say when they're trying to help can be really hurtful, and I saw that suicide is really hard for people to talk about and like most things that are hard to talk about it really needs to be talked about. Suicide hard to talk about partially because when it's completed, suicide is final. So the stakes are really high. There's this added pressure that makes it feel like if you are not an expert, which most of us are not than to even say anything about it at all is to walk a very thin tightrope. That make sense, right. No one wants to do or say the wrong thing when the risk is offending someone and so we super-duper don't wanna say or do the wrong thing. When the risk is a death. For a long time. The popular thought process was talking about suicide with lead to or encourage it. But the National Alliance on mental illness, aka NAMI says no talk about it talking about it is actually key to reducing stigma and also lets people who are considering it talk about it and consider their options. We know that there's never just one answer or one perspective to accomplish kid issue, and we also know that this episode is not a Representative sample of who suicide effects. I just thought, let's just talk about this. This painful confusing, fragile topic. Let's just try our best and let's do it together with other people who have experienced suicide directly. We are fragile human beings and we don't know enough about mental health. We don't know enough about suicide. I mean, I bet on the other side of it and Andrew had many conversations about suicide. I thought it was really selfish. I was like they do it where they'd knowing can see them because they just fuck up that person's life for the rest of their life. And now. I look at it differently. We do have some numbers to share with you in twenty sixteen the center for disease control reported that two point, eight million US adults made suicide plans. One point, three million attempted and forty. Five thousand died from suicide. But those are just numbers and it's easy to hear those and pink like, okay, that sounds bad, right? I don't know is that that's a lot of people is it? It is. It's a lot of people, but each of those people is also an individual at someone who experience to suicide on a personal level, and each person has their own take on it. So here we go. One thing that I wish people understood about suicide from both my own experience and that of my brothers and some survivors who have spoken to. Is that you don't actually wanna die. You know, I didn't really want to die, but I was really serious about trying to not feel the way I was feeling. You just want the immeasurable and sort of unspeakable debilitating pain or darkness or numbness to stop. And it might sound irrational, but it feels like the only way for that to happen is to stop living. I had horse blinders on you just you just see the bad stuff. It's really hard to see the good stuff when you really focus on the stuff. I remember when when I was going through it and you know, you have regrets things you do different when they tell you about it tech sent the night before. But you know, I just I remember that when I was in that space like I couldn't. I couldn't see all the love because I was really focused on the not love whatever black hole sucking me. And I just myopic sometimes when when you're hurting big army, can't think anything else. Right. So when you hurt hurts, how can you or head or whatever that is so thoughts of suicide is part of coping for me. It's a habit that I've learned. It's a coping strategies that I learned as a kid while it may not suit. Now I still do it had attempted suicide when I was fourteen years old and there's some days that I'm grateful that I was unsuccessful, but then there's other days where I wish that it would've worked because had I known the pain. That'd be feeling at this point in my life. I would've probably try to get because. I don't know how. To go through and survive most states. So I think that I deal with more of a passive suicide idealization as opposed to an act of Sudi like idee suicide. Because most if not every day for the past year and three months, you know, I've just Morelos thought like things would be easier if I didn't exist. I don't. Necessarily want to exist anymore. Not necessarily die, but I just don't want to exist. Like hard enough as it is, but I just. I don't know, man. No, no. There's thinking of suicide and there's attempting suicide and not everyone who thinks about it, attempts it. So how'd you get to the point where you actually attempt people who had attempted suicide describe to us the moment of decision when they knew they were going to and how a lot of them didn't experience that tipping point as a choice. Once your mind has been kind of down spiraling in. Hofer minute. It kind of like. It's like a light switch. It's like falling. It's like you're no longer on that ebony Moore, you just fall, no one can help. You can't even help yourself. It's when you feel like you've run out of choices. It's like something happens in your brain and. Minute by minute. Your choices mayor in narrow until there's nothing left. And you keep thinking about that, but you don't wanna think about death. So you think about life, but you can't think about life. Can't think. Just can't think. And so you lie. In your bed, crying and paralyzed. The only thing that you can think of is the pills. That gives suddenly. Suicide does come up in like the national conversation. There's this immediate connection that's made to mental health disorders. I would say most commonly depression, but there are others. Thinking about suicide is something that only happens if you're severely depressed, means that unless a person has this formal diagnosis of severe depression, they aren't thinking about this. They wouldn't do it. And that's not true. It didn't matter that I had a great school to go to that. I had great food, whatever it didn't matter because I didn't want to live. And that goes to say, as well with my brother, same situation with him, I don't think there was anything any of us could have said to him to help him realize that suicide was not his answer or not. The answer was convinced that he had some delusions, paranoid delusions that there were police coming after him. And so for him, it seems the better alternative to commit suicide versus getting caught by the police. Those were beliefs that were so deep in his head that even though on the outside, he probably knew that they weren't true something in his head was telling him and making him hold onto these thoughts that weren't true. And so they're honestly is nothing that you can say that's going to help somebody because when you have these beliefs that you were Hearst yourself over and over and over again, you can't just change those with simple sentence, a simple piece of advice. It doesn't work that way because these are habits. Are formed. From nineteen ninety nine through twenty sixteen more than half the people who died by suicide did not have known mental health condition. I did see a really interesting report this summer from the CDC that looked at suicide rates. Senate finally attributed things like joblessness and. Physical health problems in relationship breakup to suicide, and these are the contributing factors. I mean, it's hopelessness. It's. Living in a society with great, any quality and a lot of people don't know what the next six months holds for them. They've had it rough run out of hope, and it's not irrational to think of suicide that CD study reveals that of all the states in the US half of them had more than thirty percent increases in suicide rates between nineteen ninety nine and twenty sixteen and only one state Nevada experienced decrease in the number of suicides and it was only a one percent decrease, and this happened across all genders, all racial and ethnic groups, all urban ization levels, but it's important to stress. It's not like there's a single event that causes suicide, job loss, divorce, bad grades, all those things alone. They're hard, but they're almost never the sole reason for suicide. But each of those things can be the tip. Of an iceberg. There's so many different things that. Could trigger your suicidal thoughts triggered your depression, anxiety, which triggers handled thoughts like there's no handbook. There's no column chart. Nice excel sheet that explains one of the triggers what to do when your mind just goes there. The last thing that I remember that was like a trigger for me was looking at a baby picture and thinking how much I wanted my parents to be proud of that little baby yet what a mess I had made of my life. I felt like the world was against me and that led to thinking that everyone I had touched would be better off without me. And I remember that feeling like it was a wholly original thought and it so overwhelmed me that once I went there, it was like being at the top of roller coaster knowing I could only head down without a modem control, and then I passed out for over twenty four hours. And when I woke, I called nine one one to report in like the good girl. I was raised to be. So in two thousand sixteen forty, five thousand people died by suicide. What do we say when it happens? An easier place for us to start is what not to say. People say like, oh, it's a selfish act. Suicide was the most selfish thing. Anyone has ever done. You know, I don't understand why she would do this. She had it all or she had the best life possible or she had the best marriage. She had the best children. She had the best house excetera because then tacking back in Meena supporting, he thought to himself what the heck I might as well, just kill myself selfish. Or they don't understand the pain, they would cause other people. You know, you're just passing on the pain to other people. How could they do this to us selfish. But the suicidal person doesn't think that way the suicidal person really truly believes that the world is better off without them and that they are doing their loved ones a favor, they're doing an act of kindness. They're relieving their loved ones of pain. They're relieving their loved ones, their burden. This is a favor. This is an act of kindness and love towards them, feel selfish tip servive ours, and I understand that. But when you're in it. I think it's actually south less. I used to think Tamari self dot. Yes. You know, the people that care about me will grieve and it will hurt them and you know damage my mother and all of those things. But I also felt like it would be a relief for them so that they wouldn't have to. So that they wouldn't have to continue loving someone who was in every way a disappointment and that it would remove the hurt that my existence caused. My son fought a really good fight for two years trying to battle severe depression and Egyptians. We got him all the help we could, and he worked so hard. He was an active participant industry. He was willing to get help. He wanted help. He tried. His bravery really amazes me. But I think he reached a point what I believe is that he just could no longer imagine. Having a quality of life that was worth all the fight that was worth about oil. I'm not sure I've ever said this part out loud before, but sometimes I think that the only thing selfish about his suicide is me and wishing that he was still here and still fighting. I mean, what if he wouldn't have gotten better. I hoped and prayed every single day that he would. But what if instead he had lived a long life that was absent of joy. And. Not being able to receive love, is that what I would have wanted for him. Realizing the impact that suicide has. It's a ripple. And even though to this day, I still experience suicidal deation. I know that I can't do that because I've seen firsthand what it does to a family, and maybe that method of guilt doesn't work on other people. But for me, it's worked. We could never do that to the people that we love. And it's just. Terrible. You release your own pain. So my thirty one year old cousin killed himself about two months ago. One of the rabbis satisfactorily said, depression is a cancer of the soul, and that's what it is. It's an illness, depression, suicidal Itchen anxiety. It is so excited just to look okay. And to look like you have your shit together. It's not a selfish thing to do. And it could happen to anyone. When you're experiencing suicide ID Shen when you're so low that the world around who doesn't seem to have color, that it's not right that you're just going through the motions that you're you're having a hard time getting a bad, you're having a hard time anything for yourself and the voices in her head are so so mean. Suicide is a way out. Husband was not selfish. No one knew him. What if said that about it, he was kind. He was always generous, always wanted to do the right thing. I battle myself with those thoughts when I'm not feeling suicidal how it is kind of selfish, and then I stop and I think, no, it's not selfish. I'm in pain and I don't know how to get the pain to stop in that moment. And so. I almost feel like itself less to end the pain because then I don't have to burden other people with my crap. I wish that they understood it was the most unselfish thing at a person's struggling with mental illness could do. It's usually the people they're leaving behind. That they think about most in their final moments and their final days that the weight of those that they're going to leave behind is what's on their mind. They don't do it out of selfishness. It's done out of pain. Let's use this moment to take a little break. And then when we come back, we'll we'll get back. We'll get back. We'll be back. 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Nothing not even beer. Nothing just he was completely himself, but not really. What do you understand about suicide? No. Well, I know that anyone can go there. There's a lot of blame and anger in the wake of a suicide, even in the wake of an attempt. Looking for? Why? Why did this happen people from the outside. What they're doing is they're just grasping for order for cause for blame to what happened. Because when you're in pain, you want to reason you want something -til and if it someone's fault or something's fall than at least you can feel angry instead of feeling devastated. But aside from this fire hose of blaming anger which happens after a lot of kinds of deaths, a lot of kinds of tragedies. There's this, especially awful thing that happens around suicide where the way a person dies becomes a reason to respect them less or a way to sort of minimize their death or their attempt at dying and unsurprisingly also really crackly. This happens from a religious perspective often. I was sitting the cafeteria table with an acquaintance that I didn't know very well. We went to school together at a very conservative university, a religious school, and I was just making small talk, how was your day? And he said that he just got back from a family member's funeral. And I said, I'm so sorry. I'm sorry for a loss. And he said, oh, don't be it's no big deal. This person committed suicide. So you know, and then he gestured with his hand like down pointing down as to indicate this person's in hell in a really light hearted way. It just broke my heart. Just over the fact that this person was being so nonchalant with me about another person's life that he could truly believe this person was in hell and be completely unfazed by it. And then to believe that his family didn't deserve sympathy because they had died. At their own hand. When I got older and I told people that contemplated suicide, like why. Going straight the hill because I, you know, I grew up around a lot of church people. One of the most difficult things that I had to hear while I was grieving was from family and friends who told me that they just needed to get over it. And another thing was my boyfriend at the time continued to go on and on how anyone who commit suicide is going to hell because committing suicide as thin. Now, traditional interpretations of all five of the major world religions consider most forms of suicide to be a horrific mortal sin that either destroys or dams eternal soul. But that is not a helpful thing to bring up to someone who is thinking about or just survived a suicide attempt or their families. And in case you were wondering, what would Jesus do? The answer is not really, really come down hard on a person who's suffering just personally, don't think that's how he would handle it, but having a religion doesn't make you immune to suicide. Suicide seem to be the only way out of the despair that I was feeling and. I thought. I love Jesus and I'm suffering. So why would I stay here? And why wouldn't Jesus dance? When I walked through those gates, no matter how I got there, depression, anxiety, and suicidal thoughts and ideas. Asian hit people who love Jesus, just as hard as people who don't love Jesus or people who have different beliefs in other ways of living their lives in a religious capacity. I don't walk around thinking, you know, Jesus going to cure my pain. No, it doesn't. That doesn't help because in my mind, the only thing I wanna do is I want to be in heaven with God, and the only way to do that is do it on my own because God apparently has other plans. And I'm still here. Sometimes having this job makes me feel like people are great people are at least maybe not great but doing their best. And that also sometimes at this job, I hear things I think. People are the worst. Bring on a comment that kills only humans and let's let shit Shitsu. Run the world can't just hand over the planet to small bearded dogs with long torsos. They'll do a better job. Happened in high school and a girl who was in the therapy group. I was in tried to jump in front of a train in front of everybody, and it was a big school. So we all found out very quickly. I remember I was in Texas when it happened. I was on a trip with my family, and I found out because news news travels fast with our school. And I just broke down and I started crying. I ran out of the restaurant we were in and my mom came running after me. She was like, your parasailing is like, how could you act like this? You need to get yourself together and I sat in the car. I'm like, you don't understand this girl. I know just attempted suicide and she known about those girl before and she knew she had problems. And immediately she was like, well, she's in that therapy group of you, right? She's just a trouble girl, and that was just the last thing I needed to hear to hear that a friend had tried to kill herself, and I think it got chopped up to the fact that she was a teenage girl. Therefore, she's troubles. Therefore she's hormonal shoes unstable because she's fifteen. And I think if have been like, oh, I just found out this girl got diagnosed with cancer, or I just found out this girl broke every bone in her. Body, it would have been a much different reaction. A few things about this. Everyone has hormones literally, everyone boys, girls, men, women ever in between were all full of hormones is not like just teenage girls have them. Also everyone troubles, ever and has problems. Also, I've said this before, but I think you can't say it enough talking his optional at any point. You could just not say this girl had problems are typical teenage girl blowing everything out of proportion, stepping in front of a train, like it's it's very minimizing. And I also think I really have to think it's just a way for people to try to distance between themselves and what happened. Like people say, things like that, like she had problems or. Oh, shes probably hormone will because they just want to believe that the teenage girl in their life, you know, their, their niece could never do this. Their daughter. Could never do this. They could never do this. Generally, especially here in the United States of America, people really value optimism and positivity and making lemons out of lemonade, which was a typo. But I kept it because. When you are suicidal, the idea of seeing the Sunnyside is just as preposterous as turning a glass of country time, powdered lemonade into an actual lemon. People often say things like, well loose. You have a roof over your head or Lucia, you'll have a terminal illness while at least you don't have cancer, at least you haven't last child. There's people in the world that have it worse than, you know, don't get stressed out about your bills or don't get stressed out about this. Don't get stressed. These are the worst things to say to someone who suffers from depression. Minimizing how I feel because I'm fortunate or more fortunate than others does not negate the fact that I would rather be dead and alive. I don't know if it's my fault. For like not being open and honest with them about how I feel every day. It doesn't help when you're so stressed out that you can barely breathe to hear that. Oh, don't trust out or don't be anxious, don't. Why are you so sad all the time like it doesn't. None of that helps. I recognize now that what people are trying to do is give you perspective and tell you that your life is worth while, but what it actually does is tell us suicidal person who already feels like their life is not worth living, that they are also ungrateful and selfish, and you know it's quite a destructive thing and it just makes you feel worse. And it's like, well, if I'm if I'm so ungrateful for what I have, why am I here. One thing I want people to know about suicide. Things minimizing people who takes our own lives like that is not the way they want to remember my brother or how many was kidding, obsessed powerful and loud and fun, and so loved everybody else and six, six bomb. So suicide is a wave people, but it is not what fines. Suicide is a way of people dying, but it's not what defines them. Yes. I mean, do any of us want to be defined by our death unless it was extremely heroic. I would say not. I don't want my husband Aaron to be his brain cancer anymore than mo- wants Andy to be his suicide. But for it's specially important that Andy not be defined by his death because of everything. You just heard. Because when people hear that Andy died by suicide, they do think things like a, how could he do that to you a, how dare he. I have seen with my own eyes. How differently people react to my husband who died of brain cancer, and most husband died by suicide. But they were both sick. They were both suffering neither of them deserved at they're both missed and they're both so loved still nearly four years later. I hope he wasn't in pain when he died. The hardest part to about losing your husband to suicide is these wonderful person, but he died thinking he was a loser like he died thinking. He was a loser and. He was the furthest thing away from those was everything perfect time known. We, we thought about stupid crap, like doing the dishes and cleaning the car. And you know, we had are like trying times a couple, but we're pretty good team. We were fabulous team mostly because he made us a fabulous team. I would have given up long time ago because I'm a quitter, and he is not like he's like, you just need to keep trying. You know, he's like, he's like, I'm going to be married to you for the rest of my life. I'm never gonna. You know, we're gonna be together forever and he'd always say, you're going to die before me because you smoked longer. And he's, you know, is just is hard to think that like a wonderful human being who has helped so many people. He's helped so many people the he, if he was going to have to do it this way, the sounds really morbid. But if he was gonna, this is how it had to be. I wish I was holding his hand when he did it really. Hurts the his all by himself in the woods. Thinking use a loser. And he did all that he did it himself. And if you met him, you'd be like, oh my God, I can't even imagine. I mean, I still say, I can't imagine. And my husband. Died in a different way. I would want to tell them how much a love him or like, you know, like you're not a loser. You're amazing. I can't believe that, you know, like all these things, you know. Everyone who died by suicide, leave someone, many, someone who hurt and those hurt people are left to try to pick up the pieces and field all the questions. They end up as the spokes people for their dead, loved one who died of something that people are frayed of and something that people don't understand. And then they get asked by everyone. How could the person that was closest to you? How did you not know? How did I not know that he was? He was struggling so badly and it stuck with me for a very, very long time. I'm sure he felt like he was protecting me and all of us who loved and cared. I did lose a friend few years ago to suicide, and I think one of the things that was hardest for me about it was when someone said to me, well, you know she had been sick. For a long time like you should have been prepared for her to kill herself because she was ill. It just made me feel like they were telling me that I should've seen it coming. I should have had you know an expectation and doesn't matter somebody's ill like, are you supposed to be prepared for it? If you are prepared for it? Does that mean it's supposed to hurt less. Here's the thing that question, how didn't you know or where there signs. I know that it comes from this place as the other things people say, things like off the troubled or selfish all just a mode of self preservation, trying to make something chaotic, seem controllable. But when you survived the suicide of someone, you love, you already feel bad enough as it is you don't need anyone to help you feel like you didn't do enough. It doesn't matter if a million people tell you that isn't air fault because the internal Gill machine that lives inside your brain has already flipped on we survive. Ours are constantly asking why and why hunt says for a very long time, we can't stop wondering how we might have prevented the loss of our loved one are never any clear answers. What I wish people knew. Most about suicide is. The amount of guilt that is left, the family members that survived them and how. It'll never go away. We'll always feel guilty. Nine trying as hard as we could have or. Any of those things. And there really are people in this world who. Blame Sino. It's very silent blame, but they wish we did more. We only hear about the warning signs, how do you prevent suicide? And I think those things are awesome, and I don't think those things should go away and I do think they can save lives. I hundreds percent think we need to keep those things. However, for someone who's lost someone very close to them to suicide can add to that guilt and that shame that you feel because I live every single day of my life thinking about what could have done, how could I have prevented suicide. So when I see those things, it just reminds me that I did not prevent his suicide. This is a very complicated topic. We know. Hard to know what to say or what not to say because the stakes are high end because everyone is an individual and the one thing we know that we can take away from this is contradiction, and that there are as many ways of dealing with and understanding suicide as there are people struggling with it and it's a fax, there's no magic word. There's no magic thought, there's no magic therapy technique. We just haven't found yet because magic is real, but we're all muggles and everyone is a delicate flower who needs a response that meets them and their situation where they are. 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Juicing, Rebounding And Achieving Peak Energy States With Frank Allgauer #263

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Juicing, Rebounding And Achieving Peak Energy States With Frank Allgauer #263

"Minded jugulars episode two six three if you don't look after your body. You have nowhere to live. The Senate Chuck swirling for too Suzy's energy concision throughout the base of the spine to the crown of the head worth thousands of. Ancient wisdom as McCain star measure to shape. What are the functions of these energy sentiments and cook these chucked help you unlike your destiny and find your purpose? Welcome to my center chocolate. And now your host a Didia Gye Kumar. What's up action, Dr AJ year host and founder of mice Jucker as the show where we provide you ancient wisdom for the modern mind along with action steps that will help you improve the quality of your life. So if you're new to our show, then I wanna give you a warm, warm, welcome. And before we actually begin today's episode of got a couple of announcements to make firstly all the as many of you have restart saying that you'd like to support our show and somewhere so recently. 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Forward slash reading list, and you can get started. And with that. Let's bring on our guest for today. Frank, Al Gore? It's a Frank. Are you ready to inspire? Absolutely. I j yes, I am create. So after years of struggling with medical issues such as for Teague, anxiety, depression and severe food allergies. Frank set out on a quest to reset and regain the energy. He wants head. He developed the juice bounce balance. Metres after years of exploding nutrition and exercise at solving problems. Frank began the first ever qualified, natural juice, therapists in Germany, and to a scorching and implementation programs Frank now helps others so that they can stop struggling with their health issues and change their lifestyle to achieve positive long lasting results. So you're going to really enjoy today's episode, especially if you aren't natural simple whiz. Do change your life and improve the energy that you have throughout the day. So thanks for joining me. Frank. Our thanks along. Thanks a lot for having me AJ. I'm I'm really glad to be on your show. Awesome. We're gonna have a great time today. And I'm sure somebody who's listening to this episode right now is also fully charged up. So to get started. What is your favorite inspirational court these days than how do you applied in your life? Well, my favorite, quote is actually by person unknown. He was a homeless person in New York, and he gave that quote sometime when he was interviewed about how how he keeps. So so healthy while leaving homeless, and it's very simple. It's a if you don't look after your body you have nowhere to live. So I think this is also goes along with everything that I do because we basically just have to learn a little bit. How about Al buddy how it works? And we have to be careful what we put in and what we do with it. So otherwise, we have nowhere to live. Got it. So that's that's really really great court. And in fact, what I've heard also is that your body's your temple, right? So if you don't look after your body normally do not have anywhere to live, but you don't have anywhere to worship your body. And I think today will go to dive deeper into that learning more about a body and how we can look after knit Exxon. Yes. So so to begin with let's talk about the challenge at hand our modern lifestyle, and the fact that people these days are increasingly experiencing symptoms like fatigue, and Atari and exhaustion as dimes, especially, you know, during the afternoon, maybe or maybe towards evening. What do you think is the cause of this growing phenomenon while it said there, are there are many things I think there are there are actually three components remained components that come into into that. It's all. Mainly to do with lifestyle. One big pot is nutrition. So if you don't give your body body needs on a cellular level than the body count functions that you need to have the right nutrients, the right energy and the into cells have to work so that they can produce the energy. If you don't have the might come via work in yourselves properly in the energy doesn't get there than than you feel tired. And the second part is if you don't move your, buddy. Then you don't get the nutrients and everything circulated in your body and the third thing, which I'm sure all of your listeners know is the mindset if you were live in a world of anxiety and. Half the wrong believes than that call that adds to the cost as well. Got to a nutrition movement and mindset now moving on from an evolutionary standpoint, what are sorta lifestyle are dietary shifts that have less to every today. What we have. We very much influenced by. By the media by by big companies by food companies, and we are made to believe that everything that we can buy in in supermarkets and shops is actually good for us or our bodies know what to do with it. And it's just ISIS. Not. That's not the case. So we really have to learn what is what what's politics and what actually works against us. Got it got it. Now, what exactly is the juice bounce balance lifestyle? While I found in all these three areas for me, I found the best ways to support my buddy. It's it's it's in nutrition, obviously, a whole food nutrition is what the body needs. But if you really want to excel, then you ought the juices to your to your to your body because if you look at the body as a whole that Justice system, it's basically nothing different than a big a big juice or you eat an apple you. You're basically blended in your mouth by by doing it. Then then the intestines basically, quote like Big Joe so interest extracted Jews out of that gets through the intestines into your system. That's feeds yourselves. Right. Right. So so since you're saying that our body is a natural juicer. So why do we need to juice? Why do we need to go that extra step? That's a very good question. I get that a lot. If you for example, would eat a carrot. Your body is only able to maximum get ten percent of the nutrients of of of that carrot of the juice because the fiber is so solid and the econ- get to the nutrients, and if you put it through a juicer, a good juicer can extract up to ninety percent of the nutrients out of that produce. So now, if you imagine you have a glass of freshly squeezed, carrot juice year, there are five six cards in there, and the amount of nutrients that in that juice, if you would eat that you would have to eat the whole pack of cards, which is impossible for your body. So you're basically, it's basically like a supercharge of of your body if you if you drink juice because if you would eat all of that right to get that amount. Yeah. You just can't garnered it. So what you're saying is that our body is a juicer, but it's not a very effective juice, right? Which means when we having a cat eating it around ninety percent of the. Nutrients are just going just like that. And we're beginning is about ten percent of the nutrients the solution. Then is to get an effective a good USA, which is able to extract more of the nutrients so that you have to eat less number of gannett's, but get a good number of nutrients that can then nourish our body. So here's the question. What about the fiber? That is that in the gathered, which I'm guessing that user takes away doesn't our body need fiber as well. Absolutely. Yes. The juicer, obviously, separates the fiber of the juice from the fiber. And and if you do like, you can do a juice fast as well away. It's just have to says. The juices itself themselves that still have fiber in it, which is still enough for for that amount of time. But the body needs fiber, so just drinking juices for like that say two or three months, I wouldn't I wouldn't recommend that you can easily do it for four weeks. But beyond that, I would be I would than some some some normal food is Bo garnered gutter now, you said a juice fast worst case for juice fast. She can explain that a bit. You mean, what is the juice fast juice fast is basically you it place every meal in the day with with juice ZOA. Do you have juice for breakfast and then two or three three or four juices today? And it's basically what it does. It takes the work of the body for the digestive system. So he doesn't use energy to to break everything down. And he gets a lot of nutrients to do actually cleansing and cleaning and repairing work. And so that the body basically has time to repair everything. Yeah. To get back. Got until you see you're busy, not taxing the Barda. He with additional food. And thereby allowing the body to use that Newton's which is coming from the juice to serve do the work. I guess of healing. And and and needs to be done within the body. Yes. Exactly. My niece. I if I do a juice fast with with my clients, I usually at one meal during the day as well. Just okay. Most of the people are not accommodated to just uses. And it's a bit little bit difficult in a little bit hard for them. Yes. So you can basically combine it you can combine it with smoothies as well to slow the the whole process down into the low bid. It depends on where you're coming from. And what you want to achieve their at different levels of of juice fast, garnered, of course, answer when Getty started typically, you know, how many days of juice fast, I'll be talking about here. So it might program I have seven days like Jews reboot, and that's very good of a good number to start. So it's like seven day period, garnered an and watch sort of benefits or worser difference can a person expedients after this fast. What have you seen so far? Are there are there are many many things at the beginning? It can be a little bit hard because you have like withdrawal symptoms. Sometimes if you're heavy. If you like coffee and certain types of food like red. So you read it craving these things usually after they three they will go away, and you feel a real energy boost. So that the you can feel the feel that the body can produce a lot more energy. You will have a lot better sleep at night. Just because the body is not burdened with that. Jesse fork? And so more energy, and it will be a lot clearer on your mind. So you will feel inspired to do other things and. That's usually the second half of that juice reboot week got to actually try by hope you are listening to this episode for, you know, so far and listen further only if you are interested in getting rid of that of mental fog, you want more clarity you want bene- sleep. And of course, you warned more energy throughout the day. And if you are interested, then keep listening now Frank how did you first hear about using tickets back to that time without them? I would have to take that back. About ten years ago. Actually, just before my son was born that that was actually when I hit my my real low. And then you I had to change my direction at that time either. I loved range of food allergies and suffered from things like IDS and excitedly. But my biggest problem at that time was I was always tired. And that was in the I couldn't do the things. I'm I love doing. And at that time, I went to normal doctors and did a lot of tests. But the the couldn't find anything wrong with me, look Tursun desert said, apparently, you know, you're just getting old, and and I didn't wanna accept that. Because time was like thirty five thirty eight not even forty years old. And so I was lucky enough to come to a holistic alternative practitioner who did a lot of tests with me, and she explained a lot of things with me. And at the same time, I got a book from a very good friend. End of mine. Call toba Chaz Yar life in fourteen days, and that was about juicing. That's from Jason Royal, the the juice master, and that really tone everything around the first of all of us, very skeptical know, I thought he's just a die at Notre diet on the, but I gave it to try, and I experienced experienced exactly what I should set before. And then I thought, wow, that's amazing. That's when my journey started. And I learned everything I could I started this this learning 'cause to become a natural truce therapist, rela everything about the body how the body works, and and so so on and this is where everything started. Absolutely so action today, we are learning something that's so important, especially for your life. We're learning about juices, and how juices might be much more than the tasty drink that you know, about it's much more than that. It's about a lifestyle a lifestyle that can give you more energy, better quality, sleep, better clarity. So that you can create more and and reach a new level of fulfillment in your life as well. So Frank you've written about the term called bio available. So what's the meaning of when someone is something has bioavailable? And how's that connected? Reducing. Bioavailable means that the buddy has access access to whatever it needs in the in the most efficient way. So if you if you provide your body with juice, a basically doesn't have to do a lot of work, and it's just bioavailable. So they can he can work with the substances to the whatever the body has to do got it. Ulta Frank, you, you know, I've I've read some of your work again in that you speak of some issues health issues and ailments that can potentially be treated with juicing therapy nights award assemble these challenges that can be treated. Well, that is almost almost every ailment that the nowadays that like we see we don't have answers to can be treated supported with juices. I don't say entirely with juice. You know, you always have to look exactly where you're coming from for example, my dad's came to meet two years ago, and he had a very very severe problem, you had cancer, and we came up with the program, and I included all three components and a lot of juicing. Yep. We had a very good doctor who's appalled at this. He said normally he wouldn't do it because the protocol wouldn't allow it. But I could convince him that we give it a try three months and after six months the tests were really good enough. The one year he was clearly there was nothing. Nothing of is why he would have to have a an operation. So just from that example, I think there is a lot of a lot of elements that he can. With juicing. If you combine it with the rights. Accompaniments treatments. Who absolutely? I mean, I've heard especially on my show. A new ministry is off when someone was diagnosed with cancer. And when and when this happens is it's always a surprise it normally for the person, but also for the family members themselves, and there are so many cases where the person did not give up. But instead look for ordinate of whiz. Order native techniques to somehow overcome that diagnosis or that health challenge. And in almost all the cases, the kept in mind like you said the three foundations which is the nutrition the moment, and the mindset, and juicing was a huge component are part of their new lifestyle now and this right really handled. So yeah, definitely something to think about and let's talk a immunity and prediction on because many of our listeners are moms and dads who. Who have kids at home kids that go to school in of course, school can be very hectic lots of activity there. And of course, the kids out of growing age, which which which. Requires way by which you can keep them safe. Right. The are protected against the elements are. You know, the the fluids that happened when the seasons change. So how do juices help protect against these infections or these illnesses? While is there's one particular issues that we have every day. It's the the Jinja shots. So it's like ginger and apple and the saints. We have that. I mean, my wife used to have like a severe high fever, and since we have that this is all gone, and I see it at my my boy, he's now eleven yeah. He hardly ever has any of these things that are going around. So, but he has his juice now every I I let him juice if he wants to to have it. He doesn't want always wanna have it. So, but he feels himself that he's good for him. So when I put it there usually has the class, and so the ginger shot his one big thing specially in that kind of the season at the moment up behind wherever you're in one of any new said ginger and apple is. Yes. That's correct. Yeah. Got us. Like, I only have like it's only like like a shot glass. Full audible shot glass full like a smaller more caution yet garner now. Now a of an apple but different type of apple I guess, which is apple cider vinegar. Do you add that to any juices, and what is your experience with that? Apple cider is. Very good. Yeah. And you cannot it took to water and you could attitude use while ISO. I personally don't do it. Why comedy answer because it is good for you. I would maybe I'll have to try it. But it has a lot of benefits in especially when it's like organic a Ghani produce. Got it. I mean, I I need to get back to it. I try to couple of months back in fact, but I did notice a lot of change, especially when added a few I guess a tablespoon to water or maybe a juice that I was having and it complemented, I guess my gym workouts because I was able to in a way burn fat in a more organic national with and I was feeling much more better as well. In terms of the energy that I had throughout the day. So that's probably could remind me to get back into you know, using some apple cider vinegar in in my nutrition, and in my in my diet now from juicing let's quickly move onto movement. And and has been talked about, rebounding what exactly's rebounding. Yeah, rebounding is basically swinging off jumping on mini trampoline. But it's not like one of those mini trampolines with spring. I use the bonds that has spongy. So it's like a soft bounce. Okay. And has a completely different effect on the buddy. I always explain it the way that if you look at your body as a whole it's like it's like a it's like a lake until I always talk about the inner late forties in a lake. So if you consider your buddy, it's like sixty five to nineteen ninety five percent of Walter and all of your cells, they all swim in that lake all the all the seventy trillion cells swimming, dots in that water. And and the whole. Fluids that need to be moved. So that the nutrients get to the cells that the lymphatic system gets rid of of the waste. And if you swing on a on a on, a mini trumpeting or rebound on a mini trampoline. Then you accelerate that ten times more than if you would just go for a walk. You know, the the lymphocytic system is only moved by muzzle contraction. The cardiovascular system is like the bloodstream is moved by the by the heart. But the the lymphocytic system is not. So if you talking about, especially at the moment the immune system than rebounding is perfect for that. And it only takes a fraction of the time. Then going out every day for like for half an hour run nor forty minute run. Ten minutes rebounding has the same effect on the body. Warneford wonderful. So thanks for that explanation industry. You know, you tend to forget that. But our body is mostly liquid right? And in it's quite fascinating. Sometimes especially on discovery or not GIO when they Schule our body at devait deep microscopic level. It's funny that on it seems like we, you know, our bodies are Asti a different universe that houses all these different intricate than even basic organisms entered feels like it's like a different ecosystem up out there. What it's so true. And and like you mentioned when we do that rebounding. It's not only effective, but it's much faster. You spend less time because you're building momentum. That is building that immunity in his inning. The the the whole procedure of building up immunity. Exactly. Yes. That's correct. Yes. Now. Now, I've heard that I've heard Tony Robbins. He often talks about rebounding night. And I think he does that before going on stage for his, you know, in person workshops in any events which made on this. I've actually went rebounding before I went to the show is well today or really. Awesome. Awesome. You know, the funny part is that I don't have any boundary at home. But but I really liked Tony Robbins. And I believe that you need to get into state right before any interview or any engagement, and so what I do is. I just jump. I jump. I don't rebound. Maybe that's a cute for me to maybe get any bounder. Yes. Exactly. And I feel good. I mean feels I feel Josh dob. I do or what he refers to as incantations. I do have formations I division ization. And I jumped about I think that's a that's a good point for me to start getting any bound. Hopefully. And of course, I need to look at how high my ceiling is. The right rebound that you don't have to have high ceiling because you don't actually need to jump. He can I have one for example, in my office is small one that I have desks where I can stand that. I'd put it under the desk. Okay. Number basically, just swing from left to right. It's basically, I don't even leave the mats. I just go into the math and up into the mountain up that has the best effect that that gets the body swinging mood in swinging mode. So that the whole the whole system flows that gets into the flow interesting. So your body just goes into the rebound opposite neutrally jumping getting the same effect. Yes. Wonderful now, how did you? Discover the ball rebounding worked towards that story. It has to do with basically when I did the the natural. Choose therapist cars. I basically learned it from the mentor that who did the costs from Jason violence at the time as well. He had some videos out there, and I saw him in person. And I tried the different modules models and eight I just agreed with me straight away. And I said I have to get one. And that's how I started and I had rebound or mini trampolines before. Yeah. Which actually didn't get used at all because it's just that's just like squeaky and too hard. Yeah. And then no fun. So you have to get the right one. You have to get the ones the bungee that stomachs difference yard. And also as kids I think, you know, I used to certainly love jumping and once in a while you used to have these fairs where they would have these. Large a rubber inflated? I guess balloons or something like that. Where you could go into that in jump, right? Yes. Still hustles. Yes. Bouncy castles, exactly I still remember I used to have so much fun doing it. But who would have known that that experience was normally fun. But it was extremely heavy as well. And I'm I'm guessing that maybe that's an evolutionary the reason for that being fun. Absolutely. It is good. This is good that you mentioned that. Because that's exactly why rebounding is good because it produces the good hormones that the the the the happy hormones. It's right sick that can measure that you know, you bounce and whenever you at the highest point. That's when released and that's why I feel good after you come off the rebounder. And I'm guessing a lot of adrenaline as well. Right. Yes. Depending on it, depending on how how intense you you selling I guess. Yeah. So he can control that wonderful wonderful. So again a lot of. Hormones a lot of motion a lot of energy and all of that through rebounding, and it's also fun. So in case you've been thinking about it. Maybe it's the right time to test out or try out rebounding. And who knows it might just catch on with you and your family now Frank you've alluded to this a while before. And we've spoken a bit about this that rebounding helps with the activation of the lymph cells. Right. So firstly for those who are new to this topic. What what is the importance of the limb cells, and why do they need to be activated? So the lymphatic system has has a sales of sales around, but she's the defense system off the of of of your body. Okay. And it always identified system has also a task of moving of getting rid of waste from the cells moving waste away and filtering and has like little filters on along the way. Okay. So it's it's basically a huge pot of immune. System. It disputes the certain cells that attack intruders and just got off of the bad guys in the body. So basically, you're saying that the the the process of this motion helps have Salim sell sort of speaks of Bush, our eliminate these wastes in a much faster way. It helps the system each basically supposedly immune system right off the immune process in in the buddy. Yes. Got it got her. And in terms of you know, is there like a best time of the day to do these exercises in how much time on average de recommend somebody begin with, you know, especially when they're getting started or the Stephanie good time is in the morning to get the to get the system going, and especially if you have like that Justice issues that just gets the whole system in motion. You know, you have problems going to Thailand and any any kind kind of things you have onto five minutes. And then you feel like, wow, the whole system is just woken up. And I'm ready. So that that's the best best time to start and even five minutes. If you don't have that much time, but between five and fifteen is a good time in the morning, but you can also do it in the evening instead of sitting down, and you watch some spot event, or what a film are, you know, he can listen to some relaxing music in the background and just still. Ten fifteen minutes in the evening. His rally actually helps you to get rid of a Sutton stress. Stress hormones you can reduce that as well. Got it now. No. When you're describing rebounding, and I've seen the scene a few of these machines. What comes to my mind is different. I guess levels of rebounding. And of course, the most basic one is you know, jumping without a machine, right? I mean, just jumping in the in the place, and then you've spoken about these rebounders that have springs, but are not particularly very effective. And then you then you mentioned the one that you're using so. You know, why not why not just jump in place one of the health benefits of using something that you're suggesting? So if you if you jump on the floor, then there are more than four jeeze that get onto your ankles. So you have you can actually get injured. So that's that's actually very hard on your joints. Okay. And the same happens with the springs if you go into the springs and the the springs at some point that just expanded and the don't go any further as like an abrupt stop. So he goes, it's really hard on your knees and on your ankles in and with the bundys you can never get over three and a half maximum fall. Jeez. It just doesn't just doesn't doesn't happen in that success about the usually the the the number of where injuries happen. If you go over that. If you not you don't do it too often enough. It's not strong enough guarded gutter. Nets way way grid point, which is that not only do you. I need to. I mean, if you wanna try, rebounding, it's great. But then you need to protect your knees, right? Which is so important. And that's where so watered it a place with with the springs weren't what happens. Instead, how's a different these this like it's like a rubber rubber ring. Okay. Stays instead of once spring the half one rubber ring which goes around, and that just expands it's like a. Yeah. Like, a bungee just like a and expandable. Okay. Got it got her to actually keep that in mind as something that is really important, especially coming from someone who's done rebounding. So many years and also helps people to adopt this empowered lifestyle, which is not as rebounding, but all too juicing. And also thinking about your mindset in and adopting the night and mindsets for a new life now. Frank ward is one action step that you're recomend for someone listening to the show based on what you've spoken so far. So if if I would have to to drill down and say one action step to get to get you into the right? Invite the direction is always in the morning to to hydrate your body the right way before you do anything else because we are a walking lake the lake if you have a glass of lemon water with a little bit of salt in it every morning that will give you just a a huge kickstart. That's definitely one of my favorites. One thing was gestures. So thanks a lot for shedding. Frank act drive to lead the Dan show north for today's episode, including the installation court the book recommendation that's gonna come up soon and certain legs of wisdom, especially the action steps that have not caught on right away. See that all of that. In a written form, go to my seven juggle dot com. Forward slash Stu, sixty as my seven chucker dot com slash two six three. Action drive after meditation. Reading books is probably the most frequently recommended practice on our show, the mobile, you read the smarter and wiser you become but reading a book cover to cover can take time. Right. What if I told you that you can get all the key takeaways of book in just fifteen minutes, wouldn't that be awesome? So let me introduce you to blink which is an app made for busy people like you who want to get the main points of the book quickly without reading the entire book. Now with an audio feature. Blinky makes it so easy to finish four books a day while you're on the go, and I like blinking because I can go through a book in just fifteen minutes, and they've got a massive and growing library now recently on a bus ride from Seattle Vancouver. I was able to go through the four agreements by Don Miguel res and the four hour workweek by Tim Ferriss, which are highly recommend you check out. I use blinkers when in transit or when I'm relaxing at home at the end of the day. Right now. For a limited time bleakest has a special offer for audience. Go to blink dot com. For slash action. Tribe to start your seven day trial that blink spelled B. L I N K, I S T blinking dot com slash action. Tribe to start your free seven day trial, blinking dot com slash action tribe. If you know, you're y you can live any how now this is an amazing court by Friedrich Nietzsche action drive. This is sort Ruina finding that out myself more and more these this iris, I recently heard that if you know, your wife, and if you've written it down, and it's crystal clear in your mind, then it'll make you cry because it's so powerful. And that is what I'm working on these days because to be honest. There's an unbelievable unlimited source of power within you. And that is awakened when you know, you're y and that same power will help you overcome all the challenges that you face in life, especially when they come when least expected out of nowhere. Your wife is going to keep you keep you going, right? So if you haven't found out yet take some time to identify what keeps you going. What keeps you driven? And why are you do? Doing what you're doing? Why did you sign up for this in the first place? Right. So that's a good thing to think about and Frank. Let's talk about going through an overcoming life challenges. Doc doctors about one major life challenge that you've gone through or you experienced and how did your comment. Well, this is this is what I what I what I talked about before was this challenged at that. I've added that faced about ten years ago with all these health issues. I basically didn't know where to go where to turn and. And for some reason the Uni what has gave me that book? And and that was just open for it. You have to be open to receive these these messages, and then take the right action steps you'd be open minded and just look for for other ways. And that's won't quote that I would bring on here is there's always another way. And if you if you go to a practitioner, a doctor, and they say, this is not possible, you know solution for it. I would always question dot at any stage and be open. And at the moment, you know, in the in the time of of internet in Google, it is a lot of places you can turn to. But at the same time. I would bring on and say don't just follow any expert advice. That's very very important. You only should follow an expert advice. If you if it makes sense to you. And if you understand the why if you don't know why. Would do something. And it doesn't make sense. Don't do it. It's better to actually miss bond goods one good recommendation, then full of the wrong one. So I think that's some great great advice and based on what you've shared what is at one life lesson that you'd like to share with our listeners. Well, one one life lesson. That I learned is just what I said as well that there's always another way and. It doesn't matter where you aware you are if soon as you as long as you know, where you all you want to go you just need to be open and ask for advice. Don't just try to go alone. That's what I learned in those days if you try and try to loan which I did at the beginning as well. It's very very hard to get to places. This is why y'all community that you have is brilliant. You know, this is where you wanna go to to places where you can actually find like minded people. But also, you wanna find someone who can give you a good plan to get you where you want to go like my dad, I came up with a very strict plan with him. And I said to him look, I only do it with you. If you stick with it. And if you agree with it, if you know why you're doing it, and there's no left and right in your case. So get some coach I'll get some some good advice in with a good planet and follow that that will get you quickest way you want to go. So thanks for shedding. So you should add that about ten years Bank. You face many health issues than you didn't really know where to go even they traditionally doctors, they took the tests, and they said that there's nothing particularly wrong with you. But deep down your knew that there was something amiss, and you learnt that there's always another way. And that's what you are sharing with our listeners today. But we're also learning is that when you know, deep down that doesn't other way, and you're waiting for something to come your with whether it's a book or a person or some advice are something that would provide you the next steps you must be open at a deceptive to it. So that when you see it when it comes your way, you notice it, and you take action and also learning today is this to be mindful about things like would you putting into your body? You're nutrition your juices how you're moving your body physical moments. How you're thinking your mindset, and how you. Feeling of course, your emotions play into your oral health condition. So thanks for shedding that Frank actually drive. I hope you yard today's session as much as I did. I feel a regular listener. You would agree that life is full of changes. In fact, change is the only constant right? And in this change in Aldous visiting end in all his wanting to get closer to what we dream of. Sometimes we forget to be mindful of where we currently are are found that this is. This is special right? Once in a while one of you get the dime. Ideally, daily to barter to feeling grateful for all the magical things that are happening in your life right now. And all the amazing things that have happened in your life so far because no matter how challenging your situation is right now. I'm sure you look at it that there have been some really amazing things that have happened in your life. So far, isn't it think about it and just like brianna waste, but life's so subtle sometimes that you barely nor does yourself walking through the doors. You want sprayed would open. So be mindful of where you are. And the opportunities that have been presented you in the past. And with that we have arrived at the last armed for today, which just guard the wisdom Brown. So Frank what does the best piece of advice that you've ever received? The best piece of advice. It's. Goes back to it's really goes back to what I what I just said before as well because we are being influenced and driven by society in by people around us, it's very easy to pass on responsibility to to others to experts into doctors. But if you if you do that, if you if you if you give this responsibility away to someone else, you're basically become the passenger in your life. So if you want to if you want to come become the driver and really steal your life. Then you have to step up, and you have to take responsibility, you have to take responsibility on your own situation that you're in and take responsibility to where you want to go, and like this this is how you take back control of your life. That's the first step. You have to do you have to be clear. I my actions brought me by now. And my actions are going to take me way. I want to go. So this is this isn't a piece of advice. I I learned along the way. Got it. Now, if you if you could turn back time and spend one hour with any person who is dead or living who would it be? And I had a very inspirational teacher when I was fourteen years old. And he he basically laid that that ground steps in my in my mind that everything everything is possible at the time my previous teacher wanted to put me into a school with special needs, you know, like for people who difficult learning difficulties and this teacher. Found me at the time. But we found him at the time. And he said, no, we can stay with me. And he basically brought me all the way up to university level now himself, but the way he taught us the way he just just the inspiration. He gave us so that was a special person in my life. Got it. And so what does that one thing you do in the morning or in the evening before sleeping that has surely improved the quality of your life? I have a now nowadays have a morning routine. So I basically stopped with the mindset that I basically stopped with a no bind ACLU my my head and not practice to stop. My my thinking, my thoughts. This is quite hot at the beginning. But if you if you do it every day, it's you know, it's something else. He can just the muscle. You can train. And then I'm just grateful for what I have and people around me. So the I play around with all the things I'm grateful for and then I get up off my juices as I said before the the Walter the Sola, the the dilemma an-and insult and that just sets me up for the day, and we have a dog. So I usually go for a walk or run in the morning as well. And then unready and in the evening, I just make sure that I don't have social media and all these things after a certain amount of time. So that can really wind down the evening and just concentrate on the here and now. Awesome. Now, if you could recommend one book for our listeners. What would it be? While they would absolutely be the one I mentioned before Tober turbocharger life in fourteen days. But the second book that I would recommend is a bug free mind. That's a book about you know, how to control your mind how to take control how to take back control over your mind that this is where I got the exercise of no mind from it's a very intense spoken, the probably have to read it several times. But that's one I would definitely recommend guards thanks for shedding and actually drive. The question is what do you do with your mind? And my question to you is what you're doing when you're traveling. Right. Because if you'd like either of these books for free that there's an opportunity, and you could start listening to these books right away in the form of an audio book because audible dot com is offering action. Dr one free audiobook download with a free thirty day trial. So that you can get to check out their service now, most of whom I know, including me, I love reading this audio audiobooks because especially if I'm in John's it if I'm on the way. If I'm on the train, or maybe if I'm on the bus, I can just press play at start listening to my favorite book instead of just studying out the window or doing whatever and audiobooks have been a great way for me to upgrade up level my skills. Learn about so many new ideas today, we're learning about so many things right? It's this part guys. So if you would like to try out audible and get one of these books for free, you can you can check if they're available on audible, which is doubled. Judge your life in a bug free mind that make sure you go to mice. Emma, junket dot com forward slash free book once again, that's my seven chuckled dot com forward slash free book to get your free audiobook, and I promise you that your life would change especially if you haven't tried audiobooks so far now Frank thank you so much for chatting with us and do and sharing the stories that you've come across on entered. Introducing many of many of our audience. Members who haven't heard about rebounding. Introducing a new lifestyle to them. Right. So before we go, tell us one thing that you're really grateful for and tell us how we can find you. Well, I'm I'm really quite grateful fall. The actually for for the things that happened in my life too. Well, so it brought me where a now because now I can see the benefits I can give to my to my son. You know, you can see all the all the good stuff that comes comes this way. He understands certain things in Hilo carried out into the world as well. He will probably you know, other friends will pick up on it when he excels, and that's what I'm really grateful for that's special. Awesome. And how do we find you online? I have a special gift for for the audience, and I great created a special landing page. It's WWW dot Jews and bounce dot com. Forward slash my seven shock Russ. That's juice and bounce dot com. Forward slash myself in shock Russ on there. You can download a free starter plan. So you can basically start with the juice bounce balance methods in a in a short way, and I also have all of my social media links and everything there if you're interested in one learn about rebounding you can count me by that page, so they actually drive. I hope you enjoyed decision. We learned lot about juicing rebounding having the right mindset and much more the link you need is juice and bounds dot com follower slash money. Seven Chuck it. Also, Frank seven is the word are the number. It's the word word, right? So yeah. So might seven is the word seven chocolates. And you will find more information over there. So Frank thank you so much for coming on our show talking to us about the power of juicing. Andrew bounding at taking one step closer to a human revolution, thanking AJ. I'm so so grateful to be on your show. And it was a lot of fun. Thank you. You're listening to my chocolates, go to mine as and shot dot com. Download your free gift. Get inspired take action. Transform your life today.

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Detoxify Your Body Using This Step-by-Step Breathing Technique with AJ

My Seven Chakras

16:24 min | 8 months ago

Detoxify Your Body Using This Step-by-Step Breathing Technique with AJ

"The Senate Chuck. Swirling for two seasons energy. concision throughout. The base of the spine to the crown of the head. Worth thousands of. This ancient, which has been installed from master to disciple what are the functions of these energy sentiments and cook these chucked help you unlike lured destiny and find your purpose. Welcome to my center chart and now your host A. Giant Kumar along. LemMe ask you a question. How many dachshunds do you think you get exposed to on a daily basis? Take a wild guess. Give you a couple of seconds. Think about it. You come across dachshunds through your breathing through your food through the stuff that you use at your home at you workers and the many ways that you interact with your environment according to an article written by Dr John Coppola from the San Antonio neuropathy center. Modest estimates have suggested that we aren't explores to more than seven hundred, thousand different toxic chemicals on A. Daily basis and according to the global. Healing. Center it isn't abnormal to be exposed to over two point one, million dachshunds each and every day two point one million dachshunds research from the University of California shows how the average person is being exposed to cancer this levels of toxins like our cynic dioxins and delete these dachshunds aren't only made available to our body organs blood and. Sales when we eat and drink them but especially through our breathing, my name is Aj host of my seven Chuckers, any certified breath work instructor, and doing a lot of studying, experimenting, practicing, and sharing especially over the last couple of months when the pandemic began and I'm going to share with you some surefire ways that you can use to eliminate the sins through the power of. Your breathing so that you can boost your immunity but before I continue to question to please hit the subscribe button especially if you're on your iphone or hit the follow button if you're listening on spotify because this does something to the podcast garden that ensures that people who wouldn't normally come across this episode actually come across it. So please hit subscribe are hit the Follow Button Right now, and let's get started step number one always ensure you are breathing in Serie knows recently asked a few friends how they breathe and many of them tour me that the breathe in and out through their out and I don't really blame them because we don't have a breath work glass in school to teach us how to breathe correctly when you breathe in through your mouth, you're actually breathing in a lot of oxygen. And guess what oftentimes you don't need that much oxygen in fact, do much oxygen can. Be Detrimental to your health just like when you please a piece of iron out in the air, it gets arrested due to exposure your tissues and organs can suffer a similar diet of. Gaul oxidative damage due to oxygen or exposure. Mud breathing can lead to other issues such as Porsche, auto immune issues, chronic stress, and all of this can actually affect your entire outlook on life and your sense of confidence in your sense of happiness. Right the solution is to breathe in through your nose breathing in through your nose firstly ensures that you regulate the amount of. That you are taking. Because you see, you got filters in your news there ensure that these toxins endured to a great extent get filtered off, which is it full first line of defense. And because of the unique structure of your news, it actually warms up the air before it is taken up by your body, which does wonders for your ability to use the oxygen for energy production, and here's the icing on the cake when breathe through your nose. You create something or nasal nitric oxide, which increases are deal oxygenation and reduces blood pressure in the lungs. One study shored that nasal breathing increased tissue oxygenation by ten percent when compared to mouth breathing nasal nitric oxide acts as our bodies first line of defense against airborne. By sterilizing incoming air then as a nitric oxide travels into the lungs, it reduces blood pressure redistributes blood flow and increases gas exchange leading to greater arterial oxygenation, and what this means is that the oxygen that you breathing is effectively transmitted into your cells where energy is produced. So breathing in through your nose is really really beneficial. Do. When you're breathing, breathe all the way. Deal your belly. is you most people breathe shallow their chest? And this type of breathing is associated with chronic stress and anxiety. But when you breathe deep multiple things happen. Firstly, breathing deeply stimulates the lymph nodes and assists with lymph drainage or does that will lymphatic system is the sewage system of the body where debris dachshunds are collected and then eliminated from the body. But unlike heart and that is constantly pumping your blood, the lymphocytic system needs stimulation and guess what diaphragm attic breathing that you do. That increases the rate of elimination as much as fifteen times. Now, the other reason why you must breathe all the way down to your belly and die from is that when your diaphragm moves up and down in deep breathing, it stimulates the vagus nerve. The vagus nerve is the VAGA bond nerve its longest nerve that stocks, the brain stem and goes all the way down your toward your Chaz your stomach. So when this nervous activated your rest and digest phase of your nervous system gets activated allowing your body to focus on immune building and rest also. When you breathe deeply and consciously and all the way to your belly you are promoting blood circulation, which is another way by which your body detox is and eliminates west. Now the way that you know that your belly breathing is if you place, you're right bomb and the center of your chest and your left bomb or your belly, and in fact, you can do it right now. But not if you're driving but just do as I said, right bomb at the center of a chest left bomb will we Abedi and then breathe in deeply? Oh. In three knows. outremont. Now. If your belly inflates like a balloon along with the the rising off your chest and your sure does that means that you are belly breathing and sometimes this can take practice but don't worry if you visualize the air going all the way down to your belly, then it's going to help you become a more conscious. Bailey. Breeder. Now point number three to read our slowly and through your mouth especially when you're warning to rest, relax and detoxify your body remember to breathe out through out and imagined that you're breathing out through a straw. Now, this simple act does many things. Firstly when you breathe out slowly like this. And when you extend your explanation, it stimulates your vagus nerve which stems from the word Vaga Bond. This is the longest nerve in your body that is connected with many other organs such as your own, your lungs, your heart, your stomach, and you're in Stein, and when you stimulate this nerve, it sends a harmonizing signal all across your body to relax and detox another benefit breathing out slowly is that you're not letting go of all your carbon dioxide suddenly, and this allows for your carbon dioxide to build up inside your body as you gently. Let out the air which facilitates the release of oxygen from your blood haemoglobin. And into your system might Akon Raya, which is where all your energy at the cellular level is produced, and what this means is that by just breathing out slowly and extending your eggs, Ale and imagining that you're breathing out through a straw, you now have more energy available for the important and much needed act of cleaning and detoxifying your body, and finally as a bonus, try humming on the out breath according to a study guard assessment of nasal and sinus nitric oxide output using breath. Explanations they found humming causes a great and reproducible increase in nasal nitric oxide put in hilly subjects, and as we learned earlier, nasal nitric oxide helps stimulate your lymphatic system, improve blood circulation and increase energy production, all of which tribute towards the elimination and the removal of harmful dachshunds from your body. So what I'm sharing is actually really really useful especially if you find yourself. In this global pandemic where you are reading your mask but also you're taking these steps to really protect your body nourish your body knew how to relax you already de-stress. Moore. Also detoxify urine dia body. I could share a lot more information with you but I wanted to keep this simple and actionable. So in summary Breathe in through your nose, please do not in art. Breathe in and out through your mouth because that is really detrimental to your health breathing through your nose, breathe out through your mouth when you're ring breath work. But otherwise throughout the day, you can just breathe in and out through your nose and during breath work when you're breathing out imagined that you're blowing out through a straw. So you're gently leading out the air you're not letting out the air at one go so breathe all the way in. And Out Now and try to come on the way out. And, there are many month residue can use. But the mantra deny suggest today is the heart Chakra Mantra, which is Young Y. N. G. Young in fact, try doing this right now. into the. Letting go. Young and when you're breathing out visualize and imagine that the vibrations that you're creating are projected in your heart center. So into the nose. Young Remember, you're extending your exiles into the north. Young in once again. Out. In Again All right. You can keep doing this far. Another three to four minutes are maybe even eight minutes but you notice your steet change, you feel much more relaxed. You feel much more calm and most importantly, you are taking the steps towards detoxifying your body. Now of this felt good. Then imagine how our special breath work awakening sessions are going to feel I go much deeper in these awakening sessions and I play some uplifting brainwave. And we explore of different Yoga breathing techniques to really optimize your body. Calm your mind relax you know system and help you expedience deep state of bliss. We meet every Sunday morning on zoom and this experience is scarred our yoga. Keeling Brett work. Circle. So if you'd like to learn more than be short, join our facebook group because that's what I make a lot of our announcements and I shared updates visit my seven res- dot Com forward slash tribe. That's my seven is a word. My seven Chucker does dot Gov Slash Dr. E But. If you just gone wit and you'd like to claim your breath work boss to our upcoming Sunday, breath work session and go to my seven jokers dot com forward slash breath work bus. That's my seven chuckers dot com slash breath work bus B., A. S. S., and I promise you that this is going to be an experience that you will not regret. I've had many people who have tried breath work in the past experiences and sometimes they cry sometimes you're ecstatically happy served as the experience of breakthrough for everyone's different about you'll experience a shift. So, in summary Tell me, what was your biggest takeaway from today's episode? Did you learn something new? Are you enjoying this special work CDs and worked surprised you maybe from what I shared today email me at aged at my seven chocolate is dot com. That's eighty at my seven chuck dot Com our ticket screen shot on your phone and Dag me on. INSTAGRAM. My handle is at my so in Chuck Ross that's my seven as I really love and enjoy connecting with all our listeners on the platform of your choice with social media in our facebook. DEFLECTS TIME I? Hope you have a wonderful day ahead were dachshund. Thank you for listening to. Shot. At my soup chuck. Dot. com. that. Mine S. E. V., and Chuck Rich Dot Com.

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#70 Heal Yourself with The Ice Shaman (with Wim Hof)

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

1:34:09 hr | 2 years ago

#70 Heal Yourself with The Ice Shaman (with Wim Hof)

"Hello and welcome to under the skin. It's a great episode. We've got for you is Wim Hof coming up or fantastic show. His comment about last week's show with Henry, drew, and Brad Evans, I really enjoy doing that. It was a sweaty steamy podcast likely intellect of those two men literally put condensation on the windows, slowly, says rusty rockets, your poke ass with Brandon Henry, blew my mind. So frequently worry, I won't be able to remember all these big ideas that don't fit neatly existing narrative listened while snow blowing in central Wisconsin from your Bravo in recovery. What does that mean? Snow blowing in Wisconsin like in Fargo, just blowing some snow over. All right. Nice one slow Loris and good luck with your recovery as well. So fi cartman lovely personality is fascinating educational and open-minded talk. I love under the skin. Always. Thank you at rusty rookies. Some people were saying. Neo Marxist scum and stuff, but everyone in that book cost. I think he's really interested in helping the ordinary working people of whatever country come together, formulate, new ideas. I mean, we took nocco syndicalism on their stuff. That's really about redistribution of wealth and power that what is that cyclist just think for a sec goes you asked on a podcast where we listen to you. You're keeping me sane and awake. As I'm learning. How to parent my newborn during tack team calm and sleep sessions or all hours today. Huge. Thanks while Don, you know, how hard that as from watching someone I live with their as a joke. Oversleeping when you are parent. You're involved in parenting. Got those trucks before the the cost. I haven't especially in my life goes, so yeah, that's lovely. I'm accompanying while you're doing your taking care of the baby. Beautiful beautiful. Nice one not. About that. Because while walking I have to be fully focused on them component book. Aspersers win the super Leo. 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The general Melchett from Blackadder that vibe of. Go that so vibe about and we got him phrasing. Carwash earn the Thames. We did will I fought with Tai Chi on the riverbanks turned out what you're saying. He was making opposite goes along when even proper Taichi treatment Dogan in wonderful, actually lack of mouth glee. He the way connected with the dog, absolutely brilliant. You're gonna love it. However, his disclaimer, please do not try to breathing techniques whim describes during the conversation in swimming pose wall, more or alone is there is a risk of passing out checkout. Whims website, Wim Hof method dot com for proper information and instructions if he likes them off into in it, and I've been doing it alone anymore should follow me on. Disclaimer, I won't be doing that anymore. Don't do it down that won't people drowning when he's to live contribute to the glory of the Lord. He's a fantastic. 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That's exactly right, Mary in this era where it turns out. We were never the parking lot. Walks beneath the surface of people. We have Meyer of the ideas with the finance on the street told welcome to Russell brand. And did this game. My little kid is crazy about it. Yeah. I do this. Think that he loves it. I'm going to do more of this women hav. Thank you for coming on under this game. Right on. We gave it some skin that the river. I've never, you know. So just said that the people listening are up to speed. We've just swam in the river Thames together, it's not super cold. Certainly not for you for you that you probably barely noticed. But for me, I felt my testicles plunge initially to subzero temperatures that have been like a couple of zeros, and then I felt them very very hot and powerful off to its when we were in that will up a set you what do I do wish I put my attention? And you said nowhere exactly this why should be, you know, sometimes you just need to let go and buddy is able to solve it all what we do is. We are were wearing clothes all the time. We are d- stimulating the elements of nature on our buddy. And we therefore think so much and it's like an stoppable and where are the sensations through the body? It's not there. Air yet. We have three times the world slang, vascular channels inside of us, and they are composed with millions of little muscles. If they are not stimulated through the cold and heat and the elements of nature, then it gets weaker. And guess what what is killing number one? What kills millions of people every year is cardiovascular related diseases. How come get into rhythm tames? Swim. Take Donahue you go out with your dog. Don't you it needs to be Iran, and this and that we are mammals we should get out with the dog and into the water because it really is a vascular fitness work out. We have insulate ourselves from nature from our own human nature and from our environment. I think you know, the difference between the human being as they could be an a human being as they are is the difference between a free bud in a forest and a battery hen whose energies used entirely for industry for commodification for produce just in case whim. Anyone listen to doesn't know much about you bomb? Sure, everyone does because you've been most popular guest with add lots of lots and lots of requests for you. You've you hold world record for the farthest swim. And is you reach the top of mount Kilimanjaro within two days wearing only shorts. And what interests me the thing that I really enjoyed the documentary about your I believe vice made where wrestle you being injected on the clinical conditions scientifically observed injected with bacteria and able fruit breath techniques to control your immune system and file this bacterial infection. The the main who the vice oppose the point of entry for understanding Wim Hof is the fruit breath fruit consciousness, you can control the body to a degree not imagined before a perhaps except in yoga or Buddhist of deep deep Christian and Islamic traditions. The mind can control the body to a degree. We didn't anticipate and this has been scientifically proven for your work. Yes. Six years ago, we had a comparative study to show that the Taunus autonomous is outside of our will. It's no longer. Outside of our will this it Thomas nervous system related to the innate immune system specific immune system, and and cream system to hormonal system. You know, what we feel bad? It's because we have a lack of dopamine is Sarah Tonen dopamine level within the brain cell to southerly too low. And then you feel depressed. Can you do something about it? No because it is Don amounts. I tell you right now, we found a way to tap into the atomic nervous system. So at that time six years ago. Nobody believed to really what I was doing. They tested me. But I'm the is man I can do special things. He is the is man. He's a brother of Batman and superman, and is is man because I was running marathons beyond police okel in shorts going up Mount Everest to the death zone in my show and going under the eyes and. Aldo stinks. I many records. I did many challenges. And then the scientists begin to see, hey, what this man is doing physiologically not possible. According to our signs, and what has been written down. But he's doing it. And he is a human. Let's test him. So they test that me they who eighteen minutes. They had me in is they took my blood, and then the blood they exposed it to endotoxin that's E coli bacteria, which normally creates a very violent reaction on the immune cells. Even in the in the blood serum with my blood zero reaction that means zero inflammation zero inflammatory, Marcus within the blood. What is disease, it's inflammation, inflammation is the cause and effect. Act of disease. Now, this guy is showing is zero reactions what is going on. But he is is man is an exception confirms the ruled. So that's it. And that's he's a freak of nature. Tell you. I'm not I'm one of the twins identical. And my twin brother is not able to do what I do why. Because I jump into the river Thames. I let my buddy out to get it with my dog. I'm the memo, I get into nature, and that made me into a deeper level of my physiology wakened to my mind, but nobody knew about that. So I sat today's doctors. What I can do anybody can do. It's only training. It's only awakening because it's so ready to everybody's innately capacity to rule over his autonomy. Nervous system is. The healing of the body is within your command. I mean, I don't see hospitals in rabbit world or the wolves or the elephants only it's not there. And there are no hospitals today. I know psychiatry asylums or anything there's no pharmacy. They deal with that themselves coast every mammal is innately capacity dated to heal himself to be in connection with the specific immune system. We lost his because we wear clothes all the time. We are d- stimulated within our own physiology. And it's not answering because there is no question. The question. The triggers are gone. The buddy is responding. So oldies vascular system, which is composed with millions of little morsels. They are very much connected to the cells and their reactions these sales an innately. Capacity to respond to adapt to to situation and to keep equilibrium balance within at all. So there they came sorry, but the doctor scam, and they said, okay, you say that everybody is able to they took on the challenge can you because if you are able to bring people to control you have shown in a scientific experiment, then we have scientific evidence that we are able as humans to go into the atomic nervous system immune system into deepest and the endocrine system. That means we change the perspective of what unions are capable of against disease both physical and mentally not little bit big time. But before that how much time do they need to train with you a one year one happy, I said. Said ten days it became forties in four days. I brought him to deter without former experience into cold in ensured to the top of a mountain in Poland. And it's funny almost because we went up to slope. It was minus ten and one and a half hours. So we had to go to the rich which is the border of check here and Poland, and they're these ninja dressed like military people with guns, they came over the rich and they saw. A group of people in their shorts coming up, and it was minus thirteen degrees celsius already. So I told he's guys in the beginning to change their mind said, hey, guys, you are the new gladiators you are going to win the greatest war ever of the may most of misery and agony that one of the bacteria and the virus four days later on on the flanks on the on the on the show of the of the mountain to the rich minus thirteen we came across these people that was funny, we made selfie say, Indiana. But then we went on to the top and at the top. It was minus twenty seven dead. We danced the Harlem, shake all in shorts minus twenty seven, and I knew they are there where mother nature meant to be four days later they were in the hospital, and they showed after sixteen thousand hundred thirty four. Test subjects been experimented on with the same E coli bacteria all becoming sick like fever headaches. Not nice time. It's a controlled experiment. But they haven't got a nice stuff, and they get some, you know, four hundred euros all of them. So. For that. They do it. And so sixteen thousand one hundred and thirty four people were being tested, and they all became sick. And now suddenly twelve people with very able hundred percents cool to control the bacteria being injected within a quarter of our day. We changed sides. We changed the perspective of signs, the atomic nervous system and cream system. And the immune system are no longer not accessible, very deeply accessible. So what they experienced demonstrates is that to the immune system in the various anatomical systems that you've described the experience of extreme cold and the experience of an invading bacteria or an invading virus is seen as the same thing. Something that can be drilled and controlled or right str-, simply stress and you not far from being an anomaly as. The Ice Man, the the beautiful Monica that you've taken on being given you are able to teach these techniques to anybody. So there are two things excuse me. The art realize no one is how did you did my over their turned away from the mic you immediately one second later did a burp down the Mike what kind of mind games that whim? It's a good game. Like think realistically it's coming together. Sherry. Tribal. We're in a sealed spice with burp Pinault selves to the Knicks dimension. Exactly, exactly. So it's a burp await transcend away. So there's two things I want to know one while all the techniques that can activate the systems that teach the body to deal with stress in a different way. Wherever it's climbing up amount. In a pair of shorts and making friends we've bought a patrol guard ninjas or repelling a coli injected into the bloodstream, what is it that you activate? And how do you do? Actually, very simple. And we got it on our website is very for free. It's an app you take down. And you learn the basics very much endorsed by millions of data of scientific technique city breathing technique. You know, what what do you do when you go into coal to I teeing gone. You breathe deep. Yeah. How difficult is that? That's what we do not do anymore because we workloads. We Adi's stimulated. You seem like a man who's only motivation in life is to get everyone naked which used to be how I live. I love that. I love that is over exaggeration of clothes. You know, high heel to know as kind of nice, but hey. The thing is so we've become desensitized because we live in space, and this is a very simple breath technique that you can teach everyone. How did you discover that you could do this? Yeah. Years up looking there's more than meets the eye, and I became a sort of a debater philosopher looking into as it Eric disciplines. And and all the yoga, and the Japanese and the sunscreen and all those things that's what you were interested in this stuff for years. Yes. I was. I was curiosity new. Yes. Yes. Curiosity is the best Dr. Defined at the secret becomes the finder in the end. But for that, you need an inquisitive nature, and that is a part of the condition ways, we f- we are schooled in and. Yeah. Getting conditions 'cause you describe they stuff you use very scientific language necessarily because I think if you're talking about something as profound as being able to repel disease or withstand extreme temperatures, people don't wanna think of it as something yoga or. Woo woo. They wanna think of it as something scientific, something pragmatic, and practical, but you always have the curiosity. You said about kung-fu about yoga about various techniques that are about I suppose mind over matter. When did you what was it that what was your breakthrough? The when you you reluctantly control the boat. Simple. More morning Sunday morning. It was I was wondering into park, and there was the water. Nobody was around because it's Sunday morning. And there was a thin layer of ice on the water just felt attracted. I went into the water and. I got an answer from insight. It's at yes. It felt so good. And I felt the power while I was into the ice water. I could stay and I I see it in front of me right now like. I was wondering why I didn't feel any pain I could play with a thin layer of ice like very subtle. And that was the wondering. And then I went out. I felt a rush felt great all day. So the day it came back and do the same an I felt this aim NFL too. Good. And when you feel good about something you always come back. So that's what I did I became conscious of my breathing was deeper to us different. And when I was going more profound into my buddy through debris thing, I could do like twenty five don't do this at home because I did it gradually. It was very dangerous if you do this directly, but I was able to do. In twenty five deep breaths while being immersed in the cold ice cold water. I became so charged the carbon dioxide out oxygen in different processes startup into inside of Debarati became not own impervious to the cold the last breath after the twenty-five always of the twenty five. Really hold go five to seven minutes under the water. And like every day, very controlled very still in the mind. Don't thing you could hear down in defeat his position. I was. What? Kiki very still PD's. What that is. And then the last half minute is always promoted by having a p. Kidneys. Yeah. It's like dying or something something like adrenaline comes. Because there's a lack of the right chemistry into buddy. And that. Inaugurates the moment of going out slowly. But surely, this is what I did every day. And it brought my body's power to my attention. And then I saw oh this breathing then began to separate a breathing of the cold and add did that at hope to do these breeding techniques. These deep breaths that yet in hold in your he started do a wife from the Volta. Yes. What were you exploring, then, you know, intention or just you just curious curiosity and feeling good about it? And I saw all the Chuck Ross. What do you mean you saw them? You know lights? Yes. I saw it a oh you still mad. I did it did it. Oh, yes. Oh, yes. Oh, no problem. It's all there. It's 'electricity. And once you are able to manipulate the nervous system Pnina medically. You're able to activate it activates boom, boom, boom. And they become visual. It's nothing as Tadic about that. Is there can you describe to me what you when you say you saw the shot crews? What we where were you seeing them? You closing your eyes close your eyes. You see a dole is a very beautiful penetrating yet very soft to light. And it's beautiful the three dimensional and you transform inside. Your body becomes electric. You feel it you'll feel it. And it's amazing. It's amazing. But like anything else at a certain moment after years, we get bored with it. You get. Oh, I got poured like. Is there is more? I got into these techniques, and I saw all and I could the the noise in the brain it changes three times, and you get the thousand belts. That's Saha, Sarah as as we know in yoga. Yeah. Disarm say here moolah data. So are you stunned multiple rocket on a Hata, vici-, moody Acura? Salazar, but I'm rendre somebody. And now, you got the layers of this. Somebody win is describing the tattoos that are on my arm of the Shang, Chris and you're saying that fruit deep meditative techniques, achieved Fru controlled breathing. You can physically experienced these archetypal an essential energies, which law of people that use the scientific type of language that you use would disregard is nonsense. But I'm very curious as to how you for your own personal mission for your own personal yoga journey have discovered information that has been written about has been spoken of before that when they we talk of the yogis and the re she's invaded literature going into states of consciousness and coming back with new information about how to control the body's energy systems. It seems to me that you are doing this. Again, now that that, you know, the point of the spiritual life is to feel good for many of us in contemporary social systems. Do not feel good because we are disconnected, and we have allowed our personal being to become controlled by systems that do not have our best interests at heart that simply want us to be unit of commodified energy the on off free. So the first these techniques, I vote gave you access to information that you know, you said no-one teric way by in a very real practical way. Do you now believe the from from what's been demonstrated for your own personal ability to withstand extreme temperatures your own personal ability to withstand the introduction of viruses into your body. And then your ability to teach others that this will become more specific more thera. For example. Do you think it'd be possible to for people with depression to control the amount of dopamine serotonin that's in the systems fruit different techniques or yes, absolutely alive? Very very nice to mention you and to show you arm, and you got older Chuck rises over there. Yes. They all over there. And and without the elements, you know, productivity Jolla teacher survived you on Takata all. All. Pretty Jolla water ARCHE, the the fire and then the. The air. And then you get out on the thinking brain so old at I know, I know all the sunscreen all about it and. You did this stuff. No, no. After after like parallel about that. I thought it was so awkwardly written and so- inaccessible. And what is it? What is it not? I don't know. It was still a lot of confusion until I got into cold water there. I found two connection. And then I found a connection that the Br breath was able to make me more powerful using the coldest stressor to Ige learn to equalize the power I could stay for longer and long at the moment. I could stay older night out in shorts in freezing temperatures and feel good. That is the power of breath breath is the life force only you have to connect. It would your consciousness would you win as you will you will is like a baby a little baby slacks. There's nothing wrong with it. But still not able to work it needs neurological connection. So we need Notre logical connection with the breadth in order to elevate this consciousness this awareness perception now day so perception, we got not five senses. We got eight senses. They threw all kinds of defies is they have a scene different neurological networks, I mean, visual cortex is a neurological network. But the six zones is also a notable logical network to seven cents all two and eighth cents while the objects and of these senses the objects of the six answers, the accessibility of the will to be able to go in any place of the brain. That is going into sub-conscious. Andy consciousness is the sixth sense it gives you absolute confidence to go. You'll path. Whatever is your part. Doesn't matter. If you are able to suit and moment from going from time space ego into the. All the parts of the brain, which is the subconscious unconsciousness when it's necessary and brain knows and sub-conscious knows. Then leaves you alone you without stress. You are a very confident man or woman human number seven number seven, a appropriate or -ception neurological network that connects do will with the is specific immune system in the deepest would that we are able to get rid of disease in any way, or to heal de from all prevent, but we need to find a connection we have shown this in six years ago with a group of people to be able within a quarter of our to tap into appropriate. -ception they into this network at will and the bacteria had no chance after sixteen thousand hundred and thirty four people. Why would they testing it before? Cast is how deeply before we've sixteen thousand people. What were they trying to demonstrate that point trying to find a way to battle inflammation? And what were they using pharmaceuticals? No they were out. Of course, they pharmaceuticals. They have done a lot of studies to make money. So so comes in natural way, which is only by accident because there's no money behind. So what happens when you under clinical conditions, demonstrate the power of the mind to repel disease to confront stress. What happens to the people that have supported these studies? Did I say, oh, this is now what we can do we can shut down five and Glaxo industries, and we can manufacture the necessary. Medicines we've in our bodies or that is the thing. I think the signs now is quite sort of not corrupt it, but so link. With money and research money for research, and we all need to make money and also doctors at Dreux that they do not truly are necessarily into finding ways of healing the people natural ways, but making money. Yes. So. That is the establishment people need to bring bread on the table as they say in the Netherlands in English England parade on the table Djabel. Exactly that's money. Things are not really interesting. How do you get your money since? Just a little side street because I want to talk about the number eight. Neurological network that is the imperial reception. Which lately, I showed brain scans having control top down by two will over the buddy that is a step beyond disease is what is happening in nature, and you have control over. What is what what their stress is doing on your body, and that could be cold heat emotion anything, and it was it was not known that we have a top down possible control. So from the will into the buddy entail reception, we get into that. Meaning that you can with your own will decide right now, I'm going to experience this heat, or I'm not going to experience this cold, or I'm not going to experience this violence you. Yes. Sort of or make the deepest part of the brain at work at will. Enabling this deepest part of the brain the end do Connecticut system and opioids the Perry Akwa doctoral, gray, hemisphere, it's part of the brain stem. If that is going to work down deals with whatever stress is coming to your body from the inside out. Do you use this in a practical daily way? So for example, you afraid or intimidate all under some kind of Fred have you examples of doing that and your own life your deal with stress in many ways like everybody. So I'm a family father of six and I got a dog and two chickens, and and fish and three turtles. And so when these they need maintenance. When those sometimes stressed about it time to bring in the system. It was it was only when these professors they came to me as a tourist professors. They told me asked me if I was willing to be subdued in an experiment in a model day developed, and this model was to bring stress onto the buddy cold. Into a vest. When was this two years ago two years ago in February this in Germany or Michigan Michigan, Detroit and Wayne State University School of medicine there? They put me into a brain scan in brain scan. You are not able to move and like an Mra Mariah. Yes. FM awry, and brain skin, f-, mariah's more the body and a brain scan is the brain. So they put me in both a couple of times and. Day at seventy four people before that one and a half year was the study already ongoing. Seventy four people. Have been tested with the per fusion to vest, which is a vast firefighters use underneath their equipment to keep cool. So it has tubes. Inside with co cold water. They pumped cold water into Uson fest and down it goes back, and because to body wants to get warm or something they Cooley town and keep her own cooling. So what normally has shown is that the people with a seventy four people all show that skin temperature was going down when it was cold warm when go up. Colt woke quote, book coat bump, dah does the graphics. Then they looked inside the brain. And that what is dealing with the is to prefrontal cortex was very activated in their cases and add insular park sample when you do deep meditation for long-term than insular gets this four state activation. So then you lose prefrontal cortex is going lower like blue collar when fauria is there because then the insulin is working it gets up. And and all the cases this was very activated. And this was very low like rat. And there's was blue and it was no other activation in the brain. This was dealing with the direct stress coming in. This is what they saw in debris nanday took me. And when I did nothing. Disclaimed graphics. They saw the same graphics the prefrontal cortex very activated. And. Insular very little activated like everybody else. So and then they asked day tree women now today, you have to do what he is man is doing and do your meditation. I don't know what I'm doing. I just do it. It's like in the water. What do you think of that don't think that bay just be, you know? Just do it. And. I all these moments on Mount Everest and the and Jaro in the marathons under the is losing my way on the is hanging by one finger in mid-winter between hot air balloons, extremes stayed for two hours in is and all feeling fine. And it was I gotta do debt. What I always did. But now, it's not nature route me, it's a brain scan. But I knew what to do I had to confident click. That's it so went they put me into brain scan. And. Day. A pumped decor water in, but my skin temperature did not go down anymore and like eight times and coming and going like cold warm. Call will have no effect. I was one degree up. And I stayed over there called a war impervious and not moving no contraction of muscles. No debriefing because she cannot do that. You see a blurred images on the monitor? So I was not allowed to do anything just by told. And then they looked inside the brain. They saw very little activating of the prefrontal cortex like blue no activation. Very read like insular, very high up. Like I was in a four year. I was warm. The water was warm attack. Never been called to to to me. And and then they saw something they never had seen before. Four and that was the activation of the Perry aqueduct to gray hemisphere, which is the deepest part of the brain stem, the crocodile mind reptilian brain, we have no control over why. Because we never go like cold warm. No, we are into this d- stimulative behavior and older people. They lose the connections because it's not necessary to. There's no need for the patriach productive now Perry aqueduct Grammy's fair is the residence of our opioids and Endo Connecticut to Connecticut who fauria nice feeling like how she's like a nice wheat pot, or whatever it is called you feel. Wow, has a great. They are activated at that moment. Within our system. But we got we got this t shirt, it's as get high high on your own supply. It's there it's there for us. All so they saw me activating debt robustly and Dan day said we found two key components of the autonomous processes in the brain sort of inaccessible by unions now accessible of our conscious brain related to moot. Regulation and moot. Regulation is anything is emotion could be through cold stress. Heat stress, emotional stress, daily stress older stinks. And then they said this is a transformational technique that will change mental health care. But how long will it take that gets to the people who need it? My assumption is that because you have spent all that time practicing the with the clear and more physical conditions of exposure to cold, you have learned how to activate you've set the inch Ila aspect of your brain. He's not consciousness in. This is your brain is a physical measurable thing. So that when you are required to access it, you can I felt that was so that's you have a form of practice. Fascinating that you could access that crocodile mind. It makes me feel that perhaps the way our brains have evolved is in obviously any kind of evolution is by its nature incremental. But it seems that what must have happened with human beings. Is that part of the mind the crocodile mind where the opioids you said were my is pre top of that point women. Let me tell you where the opioid receptors distort, this part of the mind must know because it's formulated. So far as separated by such distance of time from the the conscious mind that most of us occupy the relationship between these two parts of the brain is not being correctly formulated, and because we live in these lives where we are encouraged to live on one particular frequency. We don't know how to travel between these parts of consciousness that when I think of the mystical role of the shaming the shame, and is the member of the tribe that can travel between levels levels of consciousness, the shame, and is the member of the tribe that knows how to access the crocodile mind. The Sheila knows how to go between these levels. And how do we see shame and represented in trouble coaches has different tha Temic animals, they know how to access different parts of the animal mind. I like this for me these practices that you developing is a kind of a new shame in ISM a new way of accessing. Different parts of the brain. They obviously the relationship between the country's consciousness and the Brian is a strong one. But it suggests to me that there was a relationship between consciousness and the body if you know, the skin temperature wasn't altering. So feels to me that you know, when if you went to try to if you told us Ezio mission to pulp pillar is these techniques, I was many people as possible have access to them. It seems likely that before we could get to the point where we are able to regulate and control our own dopamine that we would have to go on a process of learning. These more basic forms of control that be correct. Yes. I always say make it simple. A cold shower. A day keeps the doctor away. That's it. Thought having coach. Take home one later, but first a Colt one, you know, what happens when you first take a coat when I need to go into the stress. No, you activate your conscious brain into the brainstorm. I had my my personal experience of what you were describing. And what you have moss did was one time I jumped into a very cold pumped in someone's garden, just experience, and like you say gospel and stuff, I'm once I was in the war. I was thinking my God. My body is designed to be able to cope, and I'm never letting my body experiences. So I'm living in just one room in the mansion exploring the rooms in the mansion, I'm not opening the doors. I'm not looking exactly exactly know, what happens is because we think so much on this one level way of using our brain. That's the Neo cortex. It gets twenty five percent. More blood flow. The rest is getting twenty twenty five percent less. It's not it's like surviving. It's not blooming. It's not able to be connected with because the arrived, biochemistry is not bear. So in case when people. Get out of balance is like a dopamine serotonin, which is insight our brain cells when that happens, we don't know how to bring the blood flow over there you go into cold showers. It's not about toughness. No, it's about bringing the blood flow right in the brain stem. And widow it passes the mid brain, which is the mammalian brain, which is defeating and that feeling subtly gets the ri- biochemistry, and Dan, you are able with your will which is not illogical muscle to of course, you like to. Bring balance to buy you chemistry and accordingly. The dopamine serotonin, which is a natural thing to be, but we d- naturalized by bringing twenty five percent more over there on a regular basis. And we we survive we go we us when the problem when shit hits the fan, we don't know how to get into and bring balance. So if you go into cold shower and deal with the cold, and or do these breathing techniques, then you go into the deepest and with that it activates you ride by chemistry and it needs to pass the mid brain. You'd get not twenty percent. You got hundred percent of the brain activation. And we have shown that in the late last study with Hanover into one of the two best brain scans of the world. They saw it was disco. In like doing these breathing techniques. They Germans say it's disco. Now, you know, Germans, dancing and a little bit like what? Hey, it was this co you said hundred percent of the brain was working. That is by chemistry. And that is what we're where we miss out on through our D stimulative comfort zone. Behaviorisms? So for these techniques, we're not just talking about the mind with talking about the Brian aspects of the brain parts of rain ally. Enough the not normally lie in up your fruit doing this. We're accessing, of course, the brain's biochemistry Wigan access to healing. And a totally different perspective on the world. What have the feeling? Yes. Yes. Healing and feeling I love that little phrase. I'm going to write you a Pat. But what how is it? What do you think is the impact on your intellect? I spy wanted to man could at Stafford. He's a survivalist it used to be in the marines. SAS you hard guy. And like he he likes to survive in extreme environments. He wants spent six months alone on an island before he went. He spoke to these aboriginal men, and he said like he's he said the mainframe. They taught him was. He said he said we now coach we believe we have free brains. The brain of the belly this is the main brain the brain of the heart. This is the second brain the brain of the head. He said that you will coach the west the people. Of Europe that people have North America that you guys live in. He said for that. We have the same word that we use for tangled fishing there for for us. This part of the brain is just for problem solving don't live in there all the time. And like you're saying about that twice. Twenty five percent of the blood flow is in live live will lie in that part of the Brian up so much over these much of these techniques. What is helping you to do? It's not like is not a cerebral an intellectual thing is lying because I wondering when we were hanging out, for example, when those that went down to the river near where I live. There was a man there in a canoe now, I'm English. So I see this man in the canoe who knew this men's they're in a canoe. He's going to see me and Wim Hof get into the Walter in L Pence, right? And the show enough. He's there in these sandwich and Wim. Hello good day to you. With you and stuff and the man leaves you do you have any time for thinking about social anxiety. What of people think of you said when we met the pharma all the van you welcome. Do you think about like, these kind of things on your mind or view Lee up aspects of your brain mind consciousness to such an extent the social anxiety, while the people think of you that really register exactly? You're talking got the microbial which we just showed that we found a relationship between microbial and and the brain. Which is also Ed course any facto say depression, this is happening in the gut. You're saying into got yes, it's a microbial a deregulated through inflammation, getting through the blood brain barrier. That's a little aspect is interesting. Because many of these things that the spiritual community tixx full believes is true and the say scientific atheist community say no, this is not true. They these things all true and can be proven by science. But there typically is no appetite to demonstrate that that is one of my frustrations, I respect and love, and I'm grateful that you speak primarily and scientific times because science is obviously a massive part of the answer. But when people present scientific findings as. Neutral site will is no entirely neutral because look at what the focus of science. Scientists objectives are capitalist object objectives only taking place all the studies funded by organizations, but ultimately want to modify and commercialize their findings people on studying high looks like people can cure cancer by thinking and breathing differently. No one's paying for that study showed him once. That's happened. So that is not neutral it is. And it's almost my Malia in logic. The people who are selling medicines and two pills. They don't want to lose their clients. No. Get embarrassed in front of the farm. And then what did you feel what's in your mind? When we see the farmer when we see the Canova's to just what do you think that just a it's a bloody great day? You're not neurotic. You are not a neurotic, man. You woman financial. It's turn the temperature up u k do you wanna blanket? Mother nature takes care of me. Thing is you know. A there is three times more neural activity coming from our heart to our brain then vice versa, but we keep on thinking into western world. And dominating our feelings. We close it up. We take twenty five percent. More blood flow into Neo cortex all the time. We don't know how to sleep or we get anxious. I sleep like a rock every. A last night. I was up three three thirty no three o'clock for one hour and twenty. Ain't him there for now. What did you do meditate? Yeah. No down. Yeah. Contemplate and do conscious breathing. Do you ever have problems getting interaction? No. And I can tell you why. Because again, it it's an an erection is an automatic process now like typically, they're like because I know that because in that no way of Asians. They're absolutely not. And a professor with whom I work. He tells doing these breathing techniques and going into the cold this way that makes the expression of the genomes in the DNA or responsible for a variety a really turned on. So this could be a killer for Viagra business Anne time. You know, not only if you do this breathing as I mentioned the little about it. If you do this breathing, then when you at have been intimate with a woman, which is a nice way to say it intimate, including the editing a Cup of tea is being intimate. European very intimate with that one. Yes. So there are different ways of being intimate with your woman, and when you have done a, you know, an exhausted like he do twenty minutes of breathing you go again. It's amazing. Just for that this podcast. It's already successful. Everybody is going to love it. Not like it love it because we love that. So not only does Dutch person in history. It's like everything that British people think of Dutch people the kind of permissiveness the extremist the sexuality, you've taken it to the absolute pinnacle wimp teach me some briefing right now showing me some so I can demonstrate it. All right. You got to clock this. So get me timer on you got it. Right. I want you to go within two rounds up to two and a half minutes without an Yulong county that I you only die, but then reincarnated. What a comeback is a guy that this haircut. Oh, no. That's two minutes. You have to just press star. Okay. So tell me what to do let let's do just one round and about two minutes without breathing. You will stay and without in your lungs. Okay. And a consequence of that old at is. Is is a chain reaction within the body into deepest part of the brain the activation of the adrenal access. Of getting into the brain stem and activate all toady, opioids and. And can never know it system, which is responsible for activating the immune system. You reset your body to its primordial state. That is what we are going to do. But don't mind about it just do it Jenny. We you do the time inside Wim doesn't have to worry about timing. Yes. Yeah. Come. But we see this. This is the puck causes. No to anything that. We this not lose any context. He's lovely. Okay. So I'm ready to start now. So okay. So you're going to teach me this technique on two minutes. Oh, and you can get it to two minutes day seconds. Normally we do this like four rounds in the morning it takes about twenty minutes. So now, we do one ground about five minutes is gonna take. Okay. This'll be anybody is able to do this along on a sofa or sitting of safely like you're sitting now and or bad don't do this in water. Don't did this behind a wheel. Car because you really get into parts you conditioning Pasha consciousness, you can go. And there is nothing going on. It's great. What is going to happen? Your body becomes very alkaline, which is just a newly improving in a scientific research be going to be published. Very soon is a lot related to this. How simple it is. How many complications will go away? If you only do this. Let's go right. Fully in. Let him go. For the mouth mouth nose. Doesn't matter. Whatever you feel. Okay. Where do you mind? Follow your breath. Go on go up. Your belly your chest. Everything you've got. That ain't going. Food. Leading. We will do thirty thirty breaths. We almost got ten. Letting go relax food. And you let them. Food. Leading. So all right food. Letting go. Here is the meditation is to go deep even people meditating for years on able to go as deep as we will go now. Go go with the flow like the sea waves getting to the show, then Louden go and Eric comes again, Hulu allowed to go. Seventy. Let's go. The ingram. That you feel light in your head loser. Your body Tinguely. It's all alright. Read into it. But we need into intensify. Whatever you feel is different. We charging off the body. We want to go into depth. We are charging up davonte. Yes. Twenty three seven mall. Julia. Let it go. Foon? Yeah. Bingo. Paul. Who? Three. Two. One. He comes lost one. Let him go. Stop after the accusation. Just witness. Field. A feeling the rush. She a blood the Nova system. Charges. There's no need for breathing whatsoever. Snow ape no-ties ING just to magic of the physiology that work. No, we are you buddy. You nervous system is getting into the brain stem, slowly. And surely. Oxygen levels begin to decrease rapidly. Does the brain stem is beginning to answer aiders, no oxygen? But you are alkaline. You chemistry is right to there is no need for breathing. But the crocodile doesn't understand he says I have to survive adrenalin shoots out. You get a reset to to your primordial state wherein the immune system subtly is within the reach of the will. And it's happening all what is not necessary in the body. The wrong cells cancer cells half sells it is being expelled because you need to be in function. It dangerous happening. The body goes into this autonomic nervous system state of being to be the best of yourself. And you're doing it all consciously you are at ease. This is the way we get into the deepest and take over control Notre logical pathways a ride over their blood flow is going into depth into old part of the brain. And he brain scan is able to tell that. So they were this. Okay. Britain. At Ray, then I'd hold. And squeeze to your head. Ten seconds ten nine eight seven six five full three to one. Let it go. That is one wrong. Now, this is what these people did into hospital, and then the bacteria had no chance how simple it is. And when we are dealing with inflammation, causing depression in the end, we take Wade inflammation with doing this within a quarter of out and people feel re- revived of the depression and depressed state. So it's a it's a cure for anything because we are Bill to be able to prevent an heal from disease both physical and mentally. And this is the way and possibly as you said in the beginning, I've been entering into this different yoga states and getting knowledge from the ether or wherever it is. Because this is what they want to bring in into the will. And it can be experimented and tested meticulously through scientific scrutiny and competitive research that it is simple to enter back on with our contemporary mind into depth of our beings of our braid were mind our spirit, our so anything is over there. It didn't excise f your commentary was right on. I felt like that is the part. The pot way Goff got brief brave. There's a moment way. Something powerful impulse fear. Fear it and so fear is adrenal in. I suppose what we mentally libellous fear. The must be us reg hits compass deepest part of debris powder of his hippocampus is storage of fair. Trauma? And all those things they are being you learned to control them within ten minutes. We did one round second round you would have gone to and a half minutes into lungs. You get even deeper. More blood flow gets there, and you will your new role logical pathways. They tap. Yeah. Yeah. This is fantastic. Why not is about the state afterwards? I'm a person that has quite a lot of my narrative ising mind is very active. I think a lot I think. A lot of words. You know? I think a is this maybe alter the elevations of intellect you become shopper when I. Yes. Yes. In that state, though, the I there was some cessation like off towards there was a like a for me. It was a slow. You know, like I feel now I feel so suspend maitre create peaceful slow down. Yeah. Yeah. Seeing it speed of light. Yes. Because we are allied the nervous system. Electorates ity is electorates ity system. And we go within that system and activated into the deepest. Does it cleanses us everything that we categorize we categorize everything according to animal experience time itself the way we see time is categorized because I understanding of the cycles of the sun and the cycles of the earth and the cycles of the season, but time itself, there's no objective actual quality. And it seems that for accessing different parts of the consciousness, we can change the way we relate to time. We can change. The way we relate to disease we can change the way we like to one another that mostly what civilization also once said civilization is a clearing in the forest, you know, all of our systems, all of our sees all of our laws all of our beliefs. Just a dent in night. And if you owe to consciousness itself, the level of the individual, let alone their level of tribes and cultures and systems, then we can formulate different lows different relationships when I say, the political debate takes place within very narrow parameters we should relate this we should fund this. We shouldn't do that. For me. This feels like a very small conversation. Brexit, don't Brexit. Trump. Don't Trump for me. It's like this is a tiny molecule of the conversation. And what we need to access is a transcendent different realm about the way we organize our coaches more truthfully in linemen. With who we are as individuals, and who we our societies if it's possible to fund different ways of sharing resources that's used those if it's possible to find ways of healing about these that she used them. It is actually a very practical system that I would advocate full rather than continually advocating for systems, the retain power in a very narrow bandwidth of our social systems almost anything you look at as a problem in the world today, whether it's ecological meltdown medical meltdown bad food being proliferate it it's because for someone. It's a problem for some spending official ecological meltdown. No problem for Halliburton food that what the diet of the American or anglophone ick world, not a problem for the industries that control it the level of heart disease cancer. No problem for the people that produce the drugs. We can no longer trust the system we have to learn to transcend the way we are schooled and away we are able to use our brain which is twenty percent. Before it wasn't not too much D'amoto because the industrialization and all was not at that bake scale debt, refined and control to make money and to control our minds of how to make bowl and to make more money. So that is only the last two hundred years or something. And now, it's really embedded in psychological control over the people. I say, okay, I don't mind what you guys all do. You wanna make money I understand, but I won't have one hundred percent control over my mind because I don't trust you guys anymore. So I found a way to tap into the brain. And to find a way to go past this conditions might and they've subtly I find they're always to heal myself. There are ways to pass it on to anybody else. They're always to deal with depression and mental disorders. They're always to get more energy out of myself. I own my own mind, and I'm showing this to others to own your own mind. It's possible. We got millions of data that we are so conditioned through hundreds and years of stealth and being brainwashed in certain ways that is serving a system. Our schooling is serving a system where in we get careers and old that is not necessarily serving happiness strength and. Health. So it was a Dave Asprey in this podcast, asthma Wim. I never asked this question. What do you think of enlightenment, and please put it in one sentence whole bibles in Karan's written on Chit? So I can with up. I got it just be happy strong and healthy and arrest is bullshit. So that Bush it the way we are defending and carrying. We are not lied about. Doc. We are not lied about heavy that shit needs to go and ask yourself every morning. I happy strong and healthy. I going for your dream vision. I you going for your state of your sub conscious. Are you learning? How to make fool usage of your own mind? So dispirit disabled to grow and your soul is able to shine like the sun. And it's there because the rest is bullshit, if you don't I think most people don't believe that it is possible to be happy. I think most people don't believe it. I think most people think this is life. I mean, if you think about some of the philosophical ideas that govern the coaches that we have from in life is suffering. You have to work hard in these people. Don't most people I talked to you don't think, oh, it's possible to live at blissful life free from tyranny, I got this morning to talk with my son about this. I ain't I'm your son who is here with us managing this situation or responding to your constant demands for photographs. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. A lot more. What did you say -gistically is doing everything around me? Yeah. I was not into anything. I had had to pay the taxes at I'm not into paper. So I guilt with the Texas. And he came along you built it a Bill to this format of this website and all in into it. But this morning, we had a discussion, and this way, you cannot say that everybody wants to be happiness because there is no light without the dock. You got to experience some shit shitting moments to appreciate the feeling so which are so uplifting, and elevating and nice and great. And I said, absolutely. I do agree. Because. Yes. I do. I do it goes what what I say. Is we found compelling evidence of the key components of the tournaments processes inside the brain related to moot. Regulation and that moot. Regulation emotion is I found ways to regulate it at will consciously for those in need, and who are the ones who need it. People who are depressed or having bipolar issues or psychosis because for I NIA, anxiety, fear PTSD trauma, although stinks. The real terrorists of our mind. We are able to regulate guys it's dare we found the ways to tap into the brain and take over to control when is necessary for the rest live ladder, be very very colorful. Really beautiful message. Let me make sure that I've asked you everything I need to. It's been amazing hanging out with you. I would like to understand before we go. That me understand before we go like can you connect with the person that you were before you had access to this information. Can you remember living a life way? You didn't have this zeal where you didn't have this certainty. Can you remember feeling why God I'm depressed? The dial. Oh, we are America. I mean, I came from these values depression, and all I know I lost my wife in ninety five she jumped from eight storey down Jesus Christ. I mean, and he is my oldest Sunday. Right. I'm as the oldest. He was a was eleven at a time and youngest was like seven years younger imaginable. Pain you love. They let them Roquette hot it. And you know, what she was she had schizophrenia as they called it. And they put all kinds of injections into her and anti-depressives, and she only got worse. So that is. My burden that is my start of my journey deeply within to seek solace to seek solutions. I wasn't aware of that. I was only broken brokenhearted and having little money and have four kids to bring them up by myself. And no wife around me. I mean, the love of my life beautiful lady, very lusty in life and beautiful shit was beautiful. Look look at him as an answer. Simion you got three more. Got two daughters. To sounds Eddie all very answer and Brady, and this and that she was very pretty and very alive, but then this terrorist in the mind and then regular healthcare with all their knowledge older, doctor ships and professorships, and whatever they got in knowledge just got worse. And she jumped she gave it a kiss to two little babies before she went, she was very conscious of what was it was a real terrorist, real Tara. And that Tara now we are able to tackle I found as a drop out of school. In my in my journey since then finding looking into nature the Colt brought me stillness in in my mind. The breathing brought stillness like control over the emotion. And then I came I did many records, and then they scientific world came to me, and they began to experiment, and now I have come in connection with the psychiatrists in the world and the best top researchers on the DNA the best ones as a drop out of school. And I'm showing them how to go and tap into the deepest part of the brain. And to learn to re regulate anything that deals with our moot, which means depression, psychosis, bipolar schizophrenia, trauma, fear anxiety. So anything of those? We are able to Teco does. My message. It comes from a broken art. And now it is fooled circle. We got to knowledge it came from nature and nature has the answers. Whereas the books are failing. And this system is failing. And we got this message now for you. And this is my podcast with you, you go ultimate very fast. Passed all day perceived limits and conditioned mind within the system, you are a true Sika, and thus we find true findings, and this is one. This is good stuff. Thanks when off thank you. What about how did you mess? Say. I feel that we have established that you have discovered something very powerful. I feel that we have established that this is something that can be conveyed to other people that it's not just an anomaly, a quirk is something that we can all learn, and we compacts think about how to make this information accessible and simple and useful to a number of people with all sorts of different abilities and also different challenges. It's interesting for me to think about the moment of inception being one of loss and pain and the ordinary tragedy of losing somebody to suicide and manic depression schizophrenia schizophrenia, how then prior to these techniques. Did you civil as a father? How did you do with grieving children? How do you deal with that? How did you deal with that? What was the process? With a grieving children was just being with them. We did children made me survive, nature healed me. That it is you you can't think you gotta be a remember every weekend. Off to. Gibbering denied they came to my bed, and we slept all the five together. Like, and that's. And a very it closes its naturally that it closes that it becomes a nest again, a place of safety and a without thinking, you just do it. You are simply there for them hundred percent and a loss later I began to work on a my broken heart. But there was no time of dealing with a broken heart orpheum because four children very demanding, but beautifully also because they don't let you think too much about your Sorus in your grief. Also, it seems to me that you instinctively us thought as most people understand it merely as a means to communicate and articulate deeper experiences. Even when we were in the river a Nagas in the river. I was called, you know, I'm telling you. Okay, I'm called now you're saying. I'll be expecting you were gonna say right breath in through the right nostril block, the left nostril now sail through the mouth now. Hope pull the moola Banda tie an arena Banda, I was thinking. Hi, it's going to be like in a very prescriptive. But you said. No just be in the cold being the cold. And then party do what everybody is able to do. And like in this moment on recognize the Latin like I said he will say wash let worship the attention. Don't put it nowhere. Nowhere. Don't put their tension. Nowhere other things. I remember from this brief experience when we do in is that Tai Chi we were doing on the shore. What would we just came up with that? Vice touch. That was I was just what's had no toilet and to do my poopie. So I have to stand in this awkward position. They call it a horse stance. Did she not bundled boo? Boo. Post. You assign us whatever. The thing is I lately did it for three hours a barefoot in the snow, and you know, what in three days, I do it with anybody in this. No bafut standing in that awkward horse stance. Yes. Yeah. Which activates adrenal axis said when did you know that? Actuates the. When you go into the call to you learn. It's interesting mythic -ly like in mythology the acknowledgement that to discover the truth of who you are you need to go into the belly of the beast, you need to go onto the ocean. You need to go into the darkness into the pain. That's where you will. Discover the true gift of the self. If you never go, but low the surface, if you never go under the skin, then you will never discover the truth of who you are. You will only vibrate on the higher frequencies. So for you, the code has become you'll teach you of become the Yogi of the cold from the cold if this covered deep troops now. Yeah, they haven't been when you find the stick from my dog bear, and you say Raus Raus, which I guess is a Dutch word for loss. Let it go. Let it go. Let me throw this thick on the talk. Listen because he speaks touch. Yeah. So for me, it seems what one of the things that I am understanding is the underneath the physical and material reality there is a true realm, which we can access through techniques. And if we access it we can change ourselves if we never try to access it and the first point of no accessing it is to not believe it's there if there is no ulterior room. There's only this. There's only what can be measured. There is only the material world that means you on never going to investigate. You will never going to have what you described as the most important ingredient the curiosity the curiosity that yes, maybe it's possible. Another ingredient the faith and the optimism that I think is possible to be happy. I think is possible to be strong. When you have these beliefs, then you can investigate with faith, the possibility to become a different person with you must've needed a lot of when confronted with the loss of your children. Ren's mother you needed faith hope curiosity, and then you can fool in tonight because what felt that moment in that in that river was oh, I'm not going to be because I have a facility for thought for fast thinking, but often there are situations. You cannot think your way out of there. You just have to be you just have to be and let go and be in the cold water, and then other energies are not the frequency of fast phonetics, rebirth activity. I to be accessed. Yes. I mean, they will after this. And if you go regularily into the cold, shower, cold shower, a day keeps the doctor away. We will even become better at it. Do you think will win? Yeah. I'm doubting. Now, you will. Man. I think that's a really fantastic pocus. I've really enjoyed the experience of getting in the war plan with the dog of hanging out and app, pens doing. Well. I fought was touchy is actually something you a making up on the side of a river. Just two guys standing in pants moving about people will enjoy the video footage. We'll have to we'll have to release that. I'm very interested in your continued exploration. If these techniques, and I would like to help you in popularizing them and communicate in them in a row. That is great. I think you great man and bringing complicated Mattis to the people and with that the awareness and. With dot physical awareness and physical ability to deal with things like emotions and and faith. Let's have faith back again that we are able to regulate own happiness strength and health. It's all about that guys. And it's Dan we got all the evidence, and we are in Papua arising together with this, man. And with this man, and we are just two blokes bringing something very complicated in very simple ways to you. Because it's dead because we love you. Oh, right. Wim hof. Thank you very much for coming onto the skin right on right? We posed for we fought the polka survivor there. But then we kept talking and Williams at this, which was very interesting, which I wanted to include in the pope cost, there was a little gap. And then he said, this, do you think that that you see how they shot Chris got particular names, given particular attributes is that true? Yeah. It is true. But to me, it's not interesting to me. It's interesting to do with the contemporary, anxiety, trauma and. We didn't talk about it. But I'm into the DNA into the past generations now, which is genetical coats, genetical, coats, and all, and we know how to release captured spirits, so scientifically I can explain. Macarry trauma in the night. And they don't know where it came from. And what it is. And why why why because in departure and rations encrypted into genetical genome expressions, and we have no control. But I tell you how to have control and to release the captured spirits there in. They are here right now. Nothing is going. I'm space. It's not there. It's here. And we oughta media we are two buddies. We are able to do this consciously. That's why we are here to release those spirits and to find and light meant, do you think? Ben bass the ego logical. There must be consciousness Pryatta matter. You know, there is. Matter physically a met a dynamically, the it big bang does the most to thing into world existence. It all began with the big bang. What what what are you talking about is a big fought of the universe of what? And and then life like we are began. There is a there is a there is simply a matter which we are not able to measure with the devices. We have. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. And that gets into matter, and when that Manta calms down we are able to work with our consciousness on that matter to bring it back to debts state wherein at was and now release it to get back into that state. And there is the sole. There is the beautiful soul, which is immortal and indestructible. They're we find it relief of the fair and the concept of what is death, and it and that should be. Become physical. And now we have devices to show by DNA research and bake microscopes at sea tra- how metaphysics and how the dynamics work before while it goes into meta. And when it is released is like a telephone. It's a buddy. And when you telephone is kaput you information, you'll consciousness is still in the cloud. It's it's not dependent on our body. But with our body, we I do what those people who passed away where not able to do and they passed away and their coats their consciousness is encrypted in our genome expressions. And now we found a way to tap in and to clarify, and thus we do debriefing I bring the people with their consciousness inside and is certain moment. People begin to yell isn't that strange thing like two days ago? With eight hundred people are you to do this and round house something that thing that looks like a hang tag i-it's, by the way, very good in a plane damp. It's not that thing about Penn that's beautiful that thing. So will you were there, and you hate people have like so of speaking in tongues type experience Yesler. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Loss alley like spirits captured spirits are very much related to physical genome expressions. I would you netted Cho's or for the pas generations, like captivated spirits, those spirits have lived, and they left a certain kind of genome expression, which is embedded in in the passage through the sperm into our little new conception. And there goes to light and gross into a baby. And it has certain counts of DNA inscriptions. We are able being alive to tap in into the genome expression. It's not only EPA genetics. I go a level beyond. I mean in a sense as you said before it's an entirely new paradigm. That is accessible when I listen to this. It makes me think that all these billions of years of history, and the volition is. Mealy the expression of a conscious force realizing itself as matter until that until it's inaugural consciousness can be once again react says, and it feels like we're almost at that point. Even though it's a ton that seems culturally and socially defined by certain kind of darkness. Surely, this consciousness knows how to realize it self through us. The light will prevail. That will prevail. Nice one, man. Thanks for listening. I hope you enjoyed about episode. We've Wim remember don't try any of those techniques employees would leave lunatics dangerous going look as web. So. And then about it pro play Lockhart I've done and if since become a very very powerful fatter next week. 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Outed! Heres the Real Russia Scandal. # 982

The Dan Bongino Show

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Outed! Heres the Real Russia Scandal. # 982

"Get ready to hear the truth about America on a show. That's not immune to the facts with your host, Dan Bongino. I Dan Bongino, shall we got a road show for you today? I don't skip days when I travel or take vacations, and this is the most important show I've done for you in a very, very long time. It is the capstone project to a work project me Paula Joe two seven nine a lot of other great internet. Researchers out there have done the work. The media is left out in the spy, gay case is finally come together. I have a, a nuclear explosion for you today on this case from working on it all week started about Tuesday in conjunction with my source again. Hat tip to my buddy two seven nine out there. And finally on Friday. We're ready put it out here it is. And I'm gonna lay it out for you and the whole show, I tried to explain this to Paula less than we were out to dinner here in LA. That's, that's this is the hotel room in the background. Russian collusion folks is very real. We can now confirm it finally Russian collusion is real it happened. And it most definitely happened in conjunction with the Obama administration. Stay tuned. We're going to nail these guys to the wall today. I promise you all right today show brought to you by our buddies at Genucell listen. We love Genucell in my family, my mother-in-law uses it. My wife uses it, one of the greatest skin products out there. We absolutely love the product. Here's a here's an Email, we get. Hey, I wish this double chin, which is go away. Well, it will your wishes our command with Genucell is outrageous extended mother's day sale. They're extending the mother's day sale for you. Double chins, sagging. Joe lines and Turkey necks, real problems up until now. Introducing the new Genucel Joe line treatment formulated with MD L technology, Robin s from Lubbock, Texas wrote, I put that Joe line cream on my neck about two or three days ago. It's the best. My neck is looked in over twenty years. 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Zebra up in Maryland where Los Angeles, but he is here. So he's listening and checking the whole thing out. Okay. I want to start with this piece of sound and video. Now I know I played this yesterday, but it is important to set up when I told you keep in mind, the lead of our story today. Dan bar, Gino show today again, I'm taking credit for this. It's just called the Dan Bongino show, but in conjunction with a lot of people collusion is real. Unfortunately, the Democrats accused Donald Trump of collusion when we now. No, we can confirm for you today that the Obama administration and their CIA and FBI entities. And their sources weren't fact, working with or using high level Russians to influence our campaign. Now, you think that's what trae gatty was talking about, when trae Gaddi said, this is it a general lack of curiosity? Or is it something else? I think it's incredibly classified. I mean, I think it is classified at the highest levels. I mean, stopping Michael Horowitz couldn't access it. He's the inspector general who wrote the definitive accounting of the Clinton Email investigation. But even he couldn't access this information is held in the possession of a really small discrete number of people, but Chris rate is on that list. I personally think that information is going to inform. My fellow citizens that the Russian threat was far more than just a threat against the Democrats. It was a threat to our Republic. So for that reason for a unifying. Season. I think the information to extend it can be should be released without jeopardising relationships with allies. So let's be clear tray out. He's saying this information out there, so sensitive, it only a few people have seen it, and it involves Russians and potentially friendly foreign intelligence partners. What could that possibly mean? It's so sensitive that it's going to shake people, it's going to shock people, and that it indicates that there may have been Russians and working with a friendly partners. Let's lay it out for you, folks. Here it is his we found earlier in the week. And I'm actually surprised that more. People didn't see this, and I have to say, I'm a little bit embarrassed for some of the media folks who have missing the biggest story of our time. I and to give a hat tip here, Chuck Ross, I think put a piece out on this last night, too and a daily call. I'm not taking anything away from Chuck. I'm not trying to scoop his work. But just, you know, I never do that. That we need to be I try to be right here hat tip. The Chuck, but we also we will working on this earlier in the week on Tuesday. I was hinting to it on Twitter and Matt Palumbo has a piece up about this today. Here's what I'm talking about. When about to show you are the notes. If you've been following this show this whole week. These are the notes from a State Department officials interview with Christopher Steele, ten days before steals information is used by the FBI to get a FIS. A follow me. Very simple. Christopher Steele is a foreign intelligence agent hired by the Clinton campaign to develop negative information on Trump. The FBI is using steel as a page source it is steals information that is then used in a warrant to spy on the Trump team. It's as simple as that the problem here be still tells the FBI repeatedly. He is only talking to them, keep in mind, he's a paid FBI source to he's being paid by Hillary. A Hillary's team. And he's being paid by the FBI no problem. There folks. Nothing to see there. But he's telling them that he's only talking to the people paying him, fusion GPS, who are being paid by Hillary and the FBI he's not telling them that he's talking to anyone else, but ten days before the FBI swears that is information is true. He gives an interview to Kathleen Cavaliers at the State Department, forgive me for that setup. And I know it's redundant for some of you following this week. But it's important, these are the notes and in the notes hat tip to my buddy. We found this little piece of information that may be of interest to you. Here's the notes notice where we circled it here. Notice the name that's on these notes that circled next to the word sources. Now my buddy who's been helping me through this. We had a tough time deciphering that because Kathleen cavalier writes, like a doctor, I wish she would have thought like one the State Department official air. Now we know the one below because I dressed in earlier in the week in the show, and I'll get to that we're gonna actually wrap the show today with this guy. The one below you'll see sources. They're the one below. Surkov Surkov, who's a Russian deeply connected to bladder may Putin. All we got a Jim on that, at the end of the show. But the name above, we had a bit of a tough time with finally, we figured out what it was. The name is trip. Nick off Vladimir of lack of trip Nick off depending on what I name he uses trim, Nick off was one of Christopher Steele sources. So Christopher Steele, sources or the sources. He's spying spying on himself or gathering information on it really doesn't matter in this case, because he's getting information from them, whether he spying on them, or they're feeding him information. Our two Russians intimately tied. To flat. Amir Putin, ladies and gentlemen. Do you understand the entire time? With the Democrats have been accusing president of Trump President Trump. They are absolutely guilty of themselves. We have been asking for now. Two years in this investigative work, we've been doing on this case me in the in the circle of people that are surrounding me. And I work with we have been asking ourselves for two years. Who were Christopher Steele sources remember in the dossier in the information? He cites a Russian intelligence sources Kremlin connected sources. But he never gives up the names, the two names, he gave up to Catholic, which we just discovered. Now, now, we know why they were hiding these notes, by the way, these notes never became public, Devin, newness, and all of them investigating this case they've been looking for these notes, and they've been hiding them. They only came about recently because of a foia requests from citizens United now. We know why because his Kremlin connected. Sources aren't good guys who turned on the Russian Republic. These aren't good guys at all. These are Putin. Connected people who were feeding disinformation, too Christopher Steele, knowing that it'll be used impact our election. Ladies and gentlemen, now. What's the big picture, what's going on here? Let me explain why Trubnikov and Surkov as deal sources are is so so devastating. Ladies and gentlemen. It's now pretty clear. See, I don't have Joe here to give me the Papa you. Tell me if this makes sense you're Cepal sitting over there off my left shoulder, she's producing from the road here. What we are clearly witnessing. Here is a parallel construction scheme so headline number one, the Russians now, trim, Nick often Cirque off are clearly colluding with people paid by Hillary Clinton. Christopher Steele in the fusion GPS team to get Russian disinformation into our court system to spy on political opponents. In other words, collusion, interferes election. It absolutely happened with the Democrats. There's no doubt about this any longer. No one's disputing these memos are genuine and these notes by Catholic. So that's headline number one collusion, real, except this, the Democrats. Headline number two, what was really going on here? Show you ever heard of parallel construction? Parallel construction. I, I was trying to explain it to my wife last night at dinner as I said, before is it's, it's the wrong thing to do this is not. But let's say in law enforcement, you have a source you're using to investigate a drug case. But your source is not viable. He lies a lot. He's not going to be credible in court. He's made stuff up. He's got a drug problem self so you don't know if he's reading a guy out to get out of a drug debt. But his, his information, he's given you. You're not sure if it's reliable he's doing it because he's a mercenary himself. So what do you do in a parallel construction scheme? By the way, says totally unethical and illegal you then get that information to be somehow transmitted to another source. You knows reliable whatever priests the guy you trust or something like that in the neighborhood, and you tell the court, you got the information from from whatever the priest or the CEO of a company who's, who's a big social guy. Does does a lot of stuff? He's got a great reputation. You tell the court, you got it from the from the CEO, not from the dirt bag drug guy. Meanwhile, all you did was have the drug. I tell the CEO the information does that make sense. Paula she not your head and approve. Okay. That's a parallel construction scheme where you get information from shady source, you intend to use you give it to someone else. And you tell them to parallel at the same time to, to use that information, and we'll pretend they came from you in an effort to bypass the verification process. Ladies and gentlemen, I no longer have any doubts as what I've been setting up for you the whole week, especially since Monday show with the Coen, prog thing. They were doing a parallel construction scheme. Here's what I mean by this. We now have a connection between the spy gate scandal and the dossier scandal in the steel scandal. There we've been we've been trying to connect the fon, how for the spider, this dossier scandal for, for weeks now for months of practically since Chuck Ross broke the story, at the daily caller, what last year Stefan, help it was the spy spying on Trump t- members. We've been looking for a connection between all the players so just that I don't want to confuse anybody. We're still talking about parallel construction, but in order for them, this will make sense in a second to parallel constructive story, and reconstructed with viable source, they had to get it away from the original source, I you may say well in your analogy who's the drug dealer, bad source that they were trying to hide. The russians. Trubnikov and Surkov. You can't make allegations at Trump's colluding with the Russians while you're colluding with Russians to get information about Trump colluded with the Russian. You think? This makes sense. Now, do you see where we're going with this? They were getting the information from Russians the whole time. Now, you may say how's that? Then you just mentioned, how per and spying on the Trump team we have no evidence yet. Oh, we do that. That was connected to steal using his information. So let me set up where I'm going with this, and Email me feedback. On today's show, I wanna see how I did because this is the capstone project who are work. And by the way to focus on my second book, I can't say it enough. We've really were exonerated. That's the title of books available on Amazon. Please pick it up. This is what we've been working on. On one hand, John Brennan and the intelligence agencies essential tells agency and the foreign people and the foreign intelligence agencies at work in with friendly's. On one hand. They're getting this information from haufer. How are knows Travnik off, but they have to clean it. They have to clean the information remember a year and a half ago. I told you about the information laundering scandal, they have to clean the information because they can't walk into a US court and say, a Russian intelligence connected official at the highest levels Trubnikov is giving us information about Donald Trump. So they have to launder it. So what are they do? They go and find another store source. They've worked with before Christopher Steele, who's worked with the FBI on the soccer corruption case and does have verified work history. They have the same information launder. Do Christopher Steele, Steele hides, who the information came from up until he unbelievably in a stupid move tells cavalier about it. They launder it through steel. Who's a useful idiot steel gives them the information and the FBI can walk into court and say, hey, we're using a reliable source for this. This is how we've heard this before in the past. So I understand what I'm saying the Central Intelligence agencies on one path Brennan, and I don't wanna say the CIA because this really was Brennan operation. I shouldn't say that the folks on the ground are no, I believe relatively little, if any involvement in this, I think this is really Brennan marshalling, this operation Brennan wants to set him up. Brennan wants to set him up. So he gets the information and they get the information from Halpern others. They then have to clean it through steel here. Let me go let me get to these screen shots. So I can show you what we're talking about here. Here's a piece in two thousand eighteen by Sarah Carter. This is important. Follow me here. Sour corridor wrote this back in two thousand eighteen. He's talking about a whistle blower. Actor Pentagon, who was quote battling to save his career the Pentagon suspended this guy love, and your Adam Levinger, who when he exposed to an internal review. That's the fon helper, who is an emeritus Cambridge. Professor had received roughly one million taxpayer money to write foreign policy reports for the defense department. So just to be clear, we're setting up here. It's the fon helper is connected to trip. Nikolov to trim, Nick off who steal source. He says, he's the source in the note while Stefan helper is spying for the for Brennan's people and foreign Intel on Trump t- members popadopoulos and Carter page, it goes on. Sarah Carter continue centerpiece, how her along with Richard. Dear love this is the name is gonna come up against this greatest story ever told left the Cambridge intelligence seminar in two thousand sixteen saying they were concerned about Russian influence. How per had told reporters at the time that it was due to unacceptable Russian influence. Let me translate that paragraph. Right. Sarah quarter, saying here that Stefan helper, the spy who is spying on popadopoulos. Remember, they're getting information from Trubnikov. I believe however, and steal. But they got along the rip through steel because they can't say it came from Treblinka. So they have to use a verify source and the can't walk helper into court how out of he's a CIA source. No one wants to think the CIA spying on Trump. Am I confused look at MIT Paula mica fees, naming the FBI can't walks, the fon Halpern CIA source into court and say, hey, we're spying on the Trump team? So they have to pretend they got the information from this innocent. Bystander Christopher Steele, who was verified source in the past you getting that Trump, Nick off is clearly an ally to help her. Go back to that Sarah Carter pieces. Second. Ironically, a documents obtained by Sarah quarter dot com suggests that Howard also invited senior Russian intelligence officials to co teach his course on several occasions. And according to news reports also accepted money to finance the course from. A top Russian oligarch with ties to Putin all while isn't that keep that up isn't this absolutely special. So this intelligence community connected spies, the fon help who spying on the Trump team Carter page and Papua we have no doubt he reaches out to them. He's trying to get information for them. He is spying. He is a spy spying on the tree trees, deep connections to the American intelligence community is also teaching a course where they're taking money to finance the cards from Russian Allah guards connected to Putin o-. Oh, it gets better. Who's teaching the course with? It goes on several course syllabi from twenty twelve to twenty fifteen of tain by this outlet reveal how per hadn't had invited and co taught his course, on intelligence with the former director of Russian intelligence General Vladimir trib Nick off. Isn't that special? So the spy how her who is spying on the Trump team is an associate of professional associate of Ladimir trip Nick off a high ranking Russian Intel person who we now know was also a source for Christopher Steele, who was a source for the FBI. Folks, I know the visuals were l'estrange being in a hotel room here with me. Hold on the Mike. But I want you to think about that for a second. And I want you to think about it in terms of how fundamentally uncured. Are pathetic. Grotesque American media is. Now. Sarah, inner peace in two thousand eighteen couldn't report on the trip Nick offs. Theo connection she reported on the steel, excuse me, the Trubnikov helper, connection because nobody knew because remember the interview Steele gives with cavalier, ten days before the F, B I swears out the war in October of two thousand sixteen to spy on Trump. We didn't have the notes until three weeks ago. It's not Sarah records fault you to know that connect. Nobody knew. Now, you may say, Dan wise. Nobody in the media reporting on this. Well, because they were kind of a joke, I gotta tell you. I'm really disappointed, and people who are I can't believe people aren't picking up the story. We reported on Monday that Christopher Steele, the so-called reliable stores for the FBI. I couldn't even remember his own Coen, prog story. Nobody picked it up. And you may say you sound. But I'm not I'm not bitter show goes crazy. We, we actually sadly, Paula Reid of mine line about this. We make money off other media people. Not reporting on it because why people then come to our show. We did like four five hundred thousand views on Monday. So it's in my personal financial interest for no one in the media to pick up our stories but it's not in my interest in liberty and freedom and interest in the constitutional public and it's not just a talking point. And I'm not trying to be flowery or hyperbolic, we can't do this alone. It's like us Chuck Ross Jeff Carlson, two seven nine. Lee smith. Sarah Carter, John Salomon nobody. I mean, we we, we don't have a following big enough to get this out, where are you people? How are you missing this, how is this not a breaking Chiron every media outlet all over the country right now that one of the heads of Russian intelligence was a source for the FBI your see the notes? Are you missing this? My gosh is this disappointing now. This is what we've been working on with, with our sources all week to it gets better. Folks, we already knew about a lot of this. We just didn't know that steals source was Nick often, how deep this one the fact that Russian Intel was feet of I mean like this people connected to Putin, where feeding intelligence where FBI to spy on Trump is the story of the millennium. Being ignored. To take a quick break and get back to this today show also brought to you by buddies at brickhouse nutrition. They make the finest nutrition supplements on the market. 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You gotta eat your fruits and vegetables, get your fruits and vegetables, sheri- today, brickhouse nutrition dot com slash Dan. Pick up field of greens. It's called field greens, brickhouse. Nutrition dot com slash Dan. You won't regret it. Okay moving on now. I said to you before the break there that we've known about a lot of this for awhile, Sarah, Carter's under understood a long time ago. There was a trip Nick off connection. We just didn't understand how deep again I like the hat tip every. Nobody make sure everybody gets her appropriate you Byron York as well. Who have credited a lot who does amazing work at the Washington Examiner. Also reported a while back on the testimony of Christopher Simpson. These are all twenty eighteen stories. Now, this is important a the keep saying, Christopher forgive me a guy knew from the secret service. Glenn Simpson Glenn Simpson from fusion, GPS, forgive me, you don't have to send me an Email. I know it's Glenn. I get the mole time. This is a Byron York piece may thirtieth of two thousand eighteen headline what Glenn Simpson said about that, quote, human source and tried the Trump campaign. Let me set this up because now all these articles, Sarah card is in Byron York are going to make a world of sense. And now that we know Treblinka off who's the all source. Okay. York was reporting back on twenty eighteen about Glenn Simpson Glenn Simpson. The fusion GPS directors being paid by Hillary to gen up the negative information on Trump steel works for Simpson. We're pretty clear on that, but just to make the connections here. Christopher Steele is working for Simpson. Simpson went up to Capitol Hill gave under oath. Testimony up on Capitol Hill, and he said some things that clearly disturbed some people, and then he caught himself and try to backtrack. Now, I usually don't put this many screen shots from one piece. But this is important because York's piece from two thousand eighteen I'm going to go through five specific screen shots from it now, the whole thing is gonna make sense. Let's go to screen shot number one here, Byron York. She says, although his questioners at the time didn't know what he was talking about fusion GPS chief Glenn Simpson. Raised eyebrows on August twenty seconds, seventeen. When he listened to this, when he told the Senate Judiciary committee, investigators that the FBI had a human source inside the Trump campaign. It's still not clear. What Simpson meant was he referring to the fon, however, by the way, I think that's pretty clear now, now, recognizes, an FBI informant tried to insinuate himself in the Trump campaign or was it someone else congressional investigators still don't know. But in light of the attention paid to helper. It's still worth going over precisely what Simpson said last year. This is important. Now Simpson was talking to investigators about Christopher Steele. That's all these questions, originated, the former British spy retained to produce what became known as the dossier steelhead contacts within the FBI from Prec previous work again, important because of the stabbed his steel, if you're going to launder information through steel, this is important. You want a guy who's worked with you before and Simpson told the interviews that at the height of the campaigns the oh, met with FBI officials in Rome. Okay. So they're talking about steel, and its some point Glenn Simpson slips and says there was a human source spy inside the Trump campaign. Nobody knew at the time they thought it may have been helper. It goes on screen channel. Number two. Then Simpson said the F B I officials had something else by which to evaluate steals material intelligence, the bureau had gotten from a source inside the Trump campaign, this keep that up, please. This is. Critical. Because now what the F B. Said to Simpson was the information you're giving us through steel who's working with Simpson, the, you know, the P tape, the Russian collusion all this stuff the information you're getting. Quote, we've also gotten from a source inside the Trump campaign. Wow. It's corroborated. Look, ladies and gentlemen, parallel construction. They're getting the story from Brennan Central Intelligence Agency assets. But they're getting the same story from Christopher Steele. It's from the same people. The bureau does a. No. This. They're telling Glenn Simpson. Oh, we're getting the same stuff from a source inside the Trump campaign goes on, essentially, what's this is Simpson talking? Essentially, what Steele told me was that they had other intelligence about this matter from an internal Trump campaign source. And my understanding was that they believe Chris talking about steel at this point that they believe Chris's information might be credible because they had other intelligence that indicated this same thing. And one of those pieces of intelligence was a human source from inside the Trump organization, she was that's human source. The fun. How who happens to be working with the exact same Russian Intel guy, who's feeding information to Christopher Steele, ladies and gentlemen. We got played for idiots by the Russians and the stupid, Democrats and hapless leadership at the FBI, and the just grotesque John Brennan fell right into the trap, because they hated Trump so much. You understand that last quote, right? You understand how important that was right? The FBI is telling steel as he's giving them the information he's getting from. Trubnikov. He's they're telling steel. Oh, we have the same information from a human source. It's the guy working with trip Nick off, how per he worked with them at the Cambridge intelligence seminar. They worked together. They didn't figure this out. They didn't want to figure it out. They go on at the end just put up that second one again fume. The next question was obvious, and now they're asking Simpson. And did you have any understanding then or now as to who that human intelligence source may have been from inside the Trump campaign at this point? Simpson's lawyer next one steps in clearly freaked out Simpson's lawyers, Josh Levy steps in and says he's going to decline to answer that question. On what basis they say Simpson speaks up security? He says this is classic go to the next one. So Simpson now realizes they're going to ask him. Hugh this, who this human intelligence source inside the campaign is. Simpson, clearly knows probably however. Simpson. Then response, I don't want to answer the question for security reasons. And here's this other answer. He goes into detail here. We had been really careful. I was really careful to this process, not to ask a lot of specific sourcing questions. Simpson explain this just epic. There are some things I know that I just don't feel comfortable sharing, because obviously, it's been in the news. A lot lately that people who get in the way of the Russians tend to get hurt. The Simpson know that haufer is working with Nick off. Was Glenn Simpson, so eager, Glenn Simpson, author of the two thousand seven Wall Street Journal piece that reads suspiciously, like the dossier was Glenn Simpson. The movie script author will, we've been calling the movie script for those new listeners, Glenn Simpson wrote a piece in the Wall Street Journal in two thousand and seven two thousand seven two thousand seventeen that reads almost exactly like the dossier, the same players appear Manafort, there, a pasta their pastas ended the dossier, but the same players the same allegations of influence in the United States with Simpson's so eager to believe his own movie, script was he so. Inspector gadget that he'd figured this whole thing. Ao. That he disregarded, any journalistic moral ethical standards whatsoever. And ignored the fact that the source and tried the Trump campaign, most likely helper was working with Russians who were feeding him a noticeable disinflation lies. And now the reason he's worried about outing the source is because he's worried that the Russians are going to come after him for safety reasons. Folks, this Byron York piece, by the way, all all of these pieces, including Matt Palumbo piece, which we've been putting together the he's my researcher at Bongino dot com. We work together. All of these pieces are at the show notes today and I've said it a lot. But if you're not reading the show notes today, you're not going to get this stuff anywhere else I put together five or six articles made a little like compendium here of Carter pieces. Your piece they're older pieces and a match piece and a couple of new ones from today. If you read these five or six pieces in conjunction with the show, this entire case makes sense. Remember, let's go back to the beginning. So it all makes sense. We don't lose each other, what we are talking about now is a confirm Russian collusion, conspiracy by people within the Obama administration intelligence sources Brennan's people. The FBI paid sources all colluding to get information from one common theme. Russian Intel connected, people who were feeding a bunch of garbage collusion's real. And they obviously were laundering, this information from Russian Intel people through a source they'd used in the past to make it seem like it had been corroborated. When, in fact, it was the same information I have no doubt anymore that it was how passing this information from Trubnikov and informing on them, and then they get the same trip Nick off information from steel in the FBI thinks this is legitimate. Byron York goes on one last part of this. I Simpson said the FBI informant volunteered for the job, a person who decided to pick up the phone and joined the investigation. So keep in mind if he's talking about how her and I've heard this from other sources on the inside that how Pearl let's say is the best way to frame. This may have been freelancing remember, Devin Nunes, who's been investigating this from the start has been clear that no official television intelligence was used to start this case. That's critical keep this up from the this is the last piece from York. This is from York's piece the less Nipah from York's piece. They slide all make sense if you put what put two and two together what I'm talking about here. Newness has repeatedly stated that no official intelligence was used to start this investigation. In other words was this some kind of black ops, folks? I don't mean that some deep light Terminator two kind of way. Let sound also fisted. I just don't know any other way to describe it. If Stefan helper is gathering information from Trubnikov, and Russians, and Surkov and steals gathering information from trib, Nick often Surkov Russians Intel connected Russians connected like this to Putin. But none of it is formalized. There's no CI numbers there's no case open in the CIA. There's no formal cooperation. It's all being done through back black channels than what other way to describe it again. I'm not trying to sound dramatic call it what you want a black op and unregistered op. You know, I don't care a back of the envelope. It doesn't matter to me. I'm not trying to sound dramatic. I'm just trying to tell you when you read that this snippet again, from York. Now, this makes sense in conjunction with the Intel, I've received from my sources, which are very good on this. That haufer was freelancing. Stefan, however, was doing for some had a bug against Trump. Now it makes sense. Simpson says the FBI informant volunteered for the job. He picked up the phone and joined the investigation non official channels. Keep it all quiet. Don't put anything on paper, second, since it did not say, whether he knew who the FBI informant was Simpson's said, the FBI told the that such informed exist in suggested that he Simpson at some point learn the identity, there are some things I know I just don't feel comfortable sharing Simpson said, but Simpson did not say definitively in the Senate questions did not press finally Simpson claim that the informant supplied information that corroborated the Steele dossier. And several months later, then FBI director James Komi called the dossier unverified. Now. It gets better parallel construction. Remember same story. Same Russians hide the Russians get the Russian information to help her. But then pretend it came from Steele, swear to it and make it all look at not only that will pretend they came from steel, and then we'll say it's corroborated by the information, we got to help her even though they got it from the same Russians. Now here's what makes us even more suspicious here. Turn it into my notes today. Show at Amman a little hotel pet this we've been all night, working on this. I literally folks, are we say, literally literally, the most overused, where the English language I literally lost two hours sleep over this because I've been so anxious about getting this out to you since Wednesday. But I wanted to make sure we nailed this story to the wall. So again, we gotta get scooped a little bit by Chuck Ross last night. But that's cool. I, I mean at Chuck's fantastic. Fantastic reporter who broke the helper story deserves all the kudos in the world item, not trying to be like, we got it first, but we have been working on it since earlier in the week, thanks to a tip from trusted source, you know who you are who was just wonderful. But moving on from this now, so keep in mind, we're talking about, again, we're talking about two separate pass forking paths for the exact same information at all goes back to Russians Trubnikov and Surkov these are Russian disinformation experts who are feed. Information through multiple channels knowing political slobs in the United States are going to suck. This fake information up the spy on Trump, which the right you may say, well, why would the Russians do that because they like to mess with us and stupid people fall for it? You don't believe me. Wait. Till wait till I in the shower and this show. Don't go anywhere. Wait these in the show, I will tie it all up for you. But it case you think well, Dan, you know what real evidence do we have that? How was getting information from Trubnikov how spy on the Trump team is potentially feeding it to his Intel sources? Folks, how per was was teaching a course which Rybnik off. They were teaching together at the Cambridge intelligence seminar. How is the key to this whole thing? Now, there's a piece from the telegraph 'cause you may okay, you still have so that they know each other. We don't even though it says Trump Nick off was a source for how do we know? He was a source for helper. From the telegraph, this is fascinating. Again. Another older piece. It's all in the show notes today. So you can read it Cambridge spy seminars hit by whispers of Russian links as three intelligence experts resign. Okay. Hold out time out. How for teachers he's a spy teaches at the Cambridge intelligence seminar. The Cambridge intelligence shaman are conveniently in December of two thousand sixteen which is after the election, I believe, November December. Yes. That is in fact, correct, December twenty six days after the election. So they now find Trump went after Trump wins suspiciously. Three people resigned from this Cambridge intelligence seminar saying, hey, the Russians have infiltrated we gotta go, who's one of those three people. Let's go to the peace, quote from the piece this time, it's not aspiring at the center of injury, but rather suggestions. That Kremlin operatives may be targeting a seminar program. This is the telegraph, by the way, folks, a left leaning alad, the concerns emerged after a number of experts unexpectedly resigned from their positions at the Cambridge intelligence seminar and academic form on the western spy world, the men former m I six chief Richard, dear love, Stefan, helper. A former policy advisor at the White House and historian Pete. For Marlin are sent to have left amid concerns that the Kremlin is behind the newly established intelligence journal which provides funding to the group. Mr. helper told earlier reports that his decision to step down was due to quote unacceptable Russian influence on the group. Oh. So just to be clear for the liberals listening and the media people because you both display an equal degree of idiocy and anti-american garbage lately, trying to cover up the biggest scandal in American history. So we spy spying on the Trump team ever have valid. They thought of spy listened shut your mouth. You guys are just morons. So to the moron class, I'm talking to people with a brain now. So the spies, the fun house, but was a spy, which is Bill Barr says an acceptable English word to describe what, what, what help or did helper is a Central Intelligence Agency connected spy with decades of doing this is not new. He teaches a class with a Russian who's become a source for disinflation used by the FBI to spy on the Trump team. He teaches a class with him after Trump gets elected. And how at that point is clearly a wrapping up as spying operation on the Trump team. Because now he finds out he's president, by the way tries to get a job with the Trump team later probably to cover his own tracks, how. Her then quits the intelligence seminar. He's teaching with the Russian who's become a source for this information citing unacceptable Russian influence. Don't worry media people don't look into this at all. There is no connection there whatsoever. Don't you worry? You all go to bed with your s'mores than your mala Mars have your milk and cookies at night, and continue with covering, how orange man bad all the time, because you're really a disgrace the humankind, you had one job to report. The facts you're blowing the biggest story of our time. And I'm telling you how I don't understand how other media outlets are reporting on this either you have a note by Catholic indicating that a Russian Intel guy, Putin's right, hand guy is been reporting on the Trump team and was a primary source used for the dossier and was a source for help or two based on helpers own statements on acceptable Russian influence. I gotta get out of here from who trim Nick off. That's the guy you were working with. And you're not interested in the story. Are you this stupid? Even worse, because you may say, well, Dan, how do we know this was all being coordinated and these guys all knew each other? Because you may logically be saying 'cause I try to give you point counterpoint and think through this logically and do the homework that the media people won't you may be saying yourself. Okay. So based on the facts, you laid out how for teachers with Trubnikov helpers and intelligence guy, how per, no, obviously, no trip, Nick offenses, accepted money from the Russian government for his scores after Trump's elected, he quits, and himself, he cites unacceptable Russian influence from the same guy who's the source. I think it's reasonable to infer the evidence is pretty overwhelming at this point that helper was getting inflammation, we're getting played by trip Nick off. And feeding information to his intelligence connections. But you may say you still haven't made the connection between how parents steel in other words, if they're, laundering, the information, policy me here because Joe's not here to be the ombudsman. If this doesn't make sense. You may say to yourself. Okay. So they're getting the information from trim, Nick off. And how passing it to US Intel who are using it to hammer the Trump team. And then the FBI is getting it from Steele. But where's the connection here between how her and steal, ladies and gentlemen, when I think makes this? Which I think makes this even worse 'cause still doesn't have to know what's helper that helper as the information to. But if he does it makes the case where she may be saying why in a funk confusing. You like is a little confusing. Glenn Simpson in that Byron York piece is insisting to congress that the information steel has been corroborated by another source. If steel doesn't know, Trubnikov is feeding the same information from helper. He may not be lying. The Omay think is information is true, even though he's getting it from trip Nick off, because he doesn't know trim, Nick off, gave it to help her, and they're hearing there's a spy, and he's got this information. That's your exact same information is that you get that, that makes sense. Still may legitimately believed. That is information is correct. Because the FBI is telling him it's correct now. Ladies and gentlemen, OPEL leave that for one minute. There's a connection between steel and how per which says to me that steel as he's giving this information to the FBI that getting from Dink off or about Trump, Nick off. It doesn't matter. They're clearly know that they're being watched. And they're giving information steal you. Get what I'm saying? It doesn't matter of nickel. If Steele was even spying on Trubnikov. It doesn't matter from Nick off knows steel is listening to what he's saying and he's feeding them information. It's like he's listening over my shoulder pretend these not there and let's talk, let's talk about some stuff, so hotel the other guy. There's a connection here. What's the connection? The connection is Richard. Dear love. Now, again, had tipped the Chuck Ross who had the story last night, too, but he had an older piece, which, again is in the show notes today as you read this, this, all makes sense. So let me be clear, what we're trying to establish that's where wind a little bit. I Russians definitely colluded with the Democrats. We now know that we now know that second that there was a Russian source used for Christopher Steele. They tried to hide steel slips talks about it in this in this interview with Kathleen Catholic, but steel seems to insist that the information's corroborated because there's other information out there that sounds, the same, but he doesn't tell people that he probably knows the information came from how, how does he know how for he knows them from your love? Here's an older Chuck Ross peace, and they'll start to put this together. It'll make a little bit more sense. Now. So Chuck Ross piece from the daily caller. Here's a this is a good one being the show notes today. Let me go to the first screen shot from it. Of like shooting, title, a piece, former British spy, masters flown under the radar and Russia probe. Despite links to key figures, Chuck Ross from last year. I, I part of the peace, dear love Richard, dear love who let's be clear. Absolutely. No is how they teach us class together. Do you love? Also has vouched for Christopher Steele couple snippets from the peace. Do you love who served as chief of I six from nineteen ninety nine to two thousand four had contact with the twenty sixteen campaign with dossier author, Christopher Steele? Oh he did. So Richard, dear love who teaches the class with how her with the Russian Trubnikov. Could dear love teaches the class, they both resigned because they feel like they've been unduly influenced by the Russians do you love? No steel to. He's also a close colleague of Stefan, or the alleged FBI informant who established contact with several Trump campaign advisors. Do you love and a helper? Attended a camp, Cambridge political event in July two thousand sixteen where how per had is first contact with campaign advisor Carter page who just magically happens to appear in the dossier. So the former British spy master who heads a key, British intelligence agency. Now, by the way, it is. Donald Trump's statement. Hey, we're going to delay on redacting the report because, you know, the United Kingdom and others, some friendlies are going to be upset about it. Ladies and gentlemen, the United Kingdom intelligence people working with the Russians to. I have no doubt. I will be banned from the United Kingdom forever after the show. But that's okay. Nothing against the people over there. I love them. But gosh, people in your government with access to power really screwed up. So do you love also at an event with Carter page? Carter page, who is the focus of steals dossier. Do you love? No steel. He knows how do you love unquestionably in my mind? Now, no, some of this information is coming from Trubnikov the guy teach the class with a Cambridge. And he knows the pret-. He knows steel. From the piece. The retired British spy master also hosted along with Halpern event at Cambridge in two thousand fourteen attended by Michael Flynn, who served at the time is the director of the Defense Intelligence Agency. What did I tell you folks in a show over a year ago? This is not about Trump. You may be saying now you're really confusing me. No, I'm not. I have insisted to regular listener since episode six twenty eight on which started this whole thing where the source I contacted us. So we got started. I've insisted to you that what the what they are covering up here, the media and their democrat Powell's. What they are covering up is a massive spying scandal. That was not only about Donald Trump. What does that have to do with this snippet? We just put up, ladies and gentlemen. They targeted Mike Flynn and twenty fourteen. Donald Trump wasn't even running for president. The Obama administration was using black op type spy scandal, spy people in spy connections, to gather information, and sabotage the careers of their political opponents. Donald Trump was just an addition to their resume of people they tried to take out. The piece goes on. Dear love. And how her again they teach the course with the Russian Trubnikov do you love and are reported to have expressed concerns about Flynn's contacts at the event, which fit Lana Lakoba a Russian born student at Cambridge. Those warnings were somehow shared with American intelligence, so dear Levin, helper, ratting on Mike Flynn for talking to a Russian woman, and event. Meanwhile, there's no indications whatsoever that any of this stuff was on toward anything who were they sharing this with, why would they be sharing it on Flynn because Flynn was an enemy of the Obama administration. Flynn hated the Iran deal. He called out the Iran deal from the start, it was the Obama administration's capstone project for their foreign policy, agenda and Flint, hated it. And he was the head of the DIA. So instead of firing him, they decided they were going to paint him where they, what Russian collusion scandal. Oh, sound familiar like the same scandal that we're going to chart, Trump with in two thousand sixteen like the same scandal. They tried to tar John McCain with when he ran against Hillary, and Obama. Oh, you don't believe me, we've already put that article up thousand times from circa. Where the where we're Democrats tried to pin on John McCain, the exact same Russian collusion scandal, ladies and gentlemen. This was the oldest trick in the book for police, they'd hack Democrats and their media sycophantic boot-licking, but kissing hack buddies. Find your political enemies. Mike Flynn, John McCain, whoever they may be tar them with these guys are cloning with the Russians and get your hack intelligence friends overseas in the UK and elsewhere to confirm it. Oh, it gets better. The next portion of the Chuck Ross piece. Again, this'll be in the show notes. Please check it out in full as with the Iraq dossier, another dossier, by the way, that may have misled some people do you loves reputation has also been used to bolster steals report. So still who's working with helper? They're getting information. How per again from trip Nick off? Do you love knows them both the former head of the British by NC? Dear love also on the parallel construction path is telling people, hey, if you get this information from steel chew, he's super reliable. Check out this guy. Do you loves reputation has also been used to bolster steals report, which alleges a quote well-developed conspiracy between the Trump campaign and the Russian government story, it's been told a thousand times before? Any December thirteen twenty seventeen interview dear love declined to confirm that he knew steel, but said that the dossier, quote, had some credibility. Wow. Is it that badge? Ical goes on in a glowing profile of steel in the New Yorker on March twelfth of twenty eighteen do you love describes steals reputation as quote superb? He told the Washington Post that Steele was the go to person on Russia. In the commercial sector. They never thought we'd figure this out. Dear love is the connection. The former British spy master. He's buddies with helper. The spy spying on the Trump team. Who's also feeding information from Travnik off and others. They leave citing undue Russian influence, but then to clean the information to make sure no court in the United States knows that Russians Russians if it worked for Vladimir Putin are providing disinformation to our court system to spy to mislead, our judges, the FBI, then gets the information through steel who deal of says don't chew worry. This sky is super reliable. He's just peachy this guy's the go-to guy on Russia pay. No attention to helper. We can't have the courts knowing that a CIA spies by on a political campaign. We can't have any of that. One last snippet from the. Right there. All right. So making sure the text of the technical sports, okay? Technical sue. You're the technical support. So we have a team here whereas this be Apolo last piece from helper. She's me from Chuck Ross. Dear love also attended the same event at Cambridge University where how or made first contact with Carter page. Wow. Isn't that magical? That's insane. Do you love also at the event where Carter page Carter page the central figure of the Steele dossier? The guy who's allegedly marshalling this whole Trump collusion effort with the Russians. Wait. I thought that information came from Steele, but dear love is also at an event where how per made contact with Carter page, ladies and gentlemen, where exactly this Carter page info, come from did the Carter page info happen to come from a spice von helper, working with our intelligence agencies to set up Trump. And everybody's telling us it came from Steele, the whole time. The daily caller news foundation page told the daily caller news foundation did not recall speaking with your love, who gave a speech at the symposium, but page did strike up a relationship with helper. And remained in contact with him through September of two thousand seventeen the same month. The FBI surveillance warrant expired against the trumpet. Folks, they all knew each other the Brit, new the Russian who knew the spy master who knew the CIA spy, and they all conspired to clean to launder information, coming from Russian intelligence that got the United States government to spy on Donald Trump. Now I've got one more connection for you. That's going to blow your mind. I gotta take one more break. And then I'm going to wrap up the show by showing you exactly how badly these anti-trump lunatics got willingly, played by the Russians who PW any day own them. And you know what? I mean, if you're on tight didn't spell that wrong go on accident own them. I finally today's show brought to you by buddies at helixsleep pay helixsleep. I have I have two of these mattresses now which is really sweet. I have one that they sent for my daughter, which is great. And then we got another one for me. And my wife, which is just fantastic. You'll never get a better night's sleep for the money anyway. We'd love helixsleep. 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I use and can personally attest to the quality helixsleep dot com slash Dan. Check them out, really appreciate that. Okay. So where we left off there was, ladies and gentlemen. They all know each other. So there's very little plausible deniability here. These people are all claiming to be elite spies. Christopher Steele, was a former British spy who dear loves says, is the go-to guy who's quote superb who such an excellent source of information, dear loves friends, but, how are they teach a course together, how burn, dear love, clearly declared your love has a relationship with steel steals? Get any information from this rush in his obviously got tight personal relationship with. However, who then how are leaves after the election and says, hey, something's going on here at Russian influence. They all knew each other. The reason I bring this up is not not the paint some kind of ven diagram, little Paul and I are going to do one for next week. At some point where we just diagram on it just roadshows are a little more difficult with the technical capabilities. I tell you this, because it's hard to believe on one hand that the FBI is walking into court saying Christopher Steele, is this elite spy in this reliable source who's done tremendous work and cannot possibly be fooled. By the Russians there for we believe this is true and yet on the other hand steel knows dear love and knows how Renault's these people and is entirely unaware, that they're getting the same information from the same Russian. You see where I'm going with that? Simpson's telling who steel works within. Oh, yeah. Yeah, we knew this information was corroborated because we heard it from the B I another source. And you didn't know the other source was the guy, dear love and helper. That, you know that you've been palling around with. You can't have it both ways either your Spy Who Couldn't figure that out who really sucks or you're a great spy who knew. And you knew you were knowingly propagating this information, I believe the ladder. Now, let's make one final connection is an interesting American thinker piece from all while ago these again, a bunch of gems that we've spent all night working on yesterday. I woke up this morning, just so eagerly. I wish we would have done this show earlier. But the technical problems kind of kept us from doing it. August twelve twenty eighteen by Clarice Feldman exposed the deep state authorship and publication of the dossier. There's an interesting part of this article is that American thinker about three quarters of the way down. Here's a snippet from this because we still haven't made a connection, exactly. Between how poor infusion? We know how Bruno's dear love, we know dear love. No steel. But again, we're, you're telling us these spies of corroborate information, assuming from different sources, I'm telling you, they all know each other, and they probably know it's from the same source, and they're just lying. From the peace steel work with the FBI as early as twenty ten on the fief investigation in two thousand sixteen he met the FBI several times including to me meetings with agent. Mike gator a leading F B I Russian corruption expert in Rome, and in London to discuss this dossier. So again, we know steel knows the FBI, we know steals, a verified source with the FBI he's worked with them before again. That's why they launder the information through him the piece goes on FBI agent gain a coordinated and got clearance for these meetings from Victorian Newlyn that the State Department keep that up. Why is this important? Ladies and gentlemen. The FBI gets permission to meet with steel. From Victorian Ousland, who works for Victoria Nulan at the State Department. Oh Kathleen Kavulich the lady who wrote the note, we started this whole thing with. She works for Victoria Neuland who's also said on the record before. Oh, yeah. We've received multiple dossiers from steel. Wow. You have kind of sounds like a black ops intelligence channel to meet doesn't it? Piece goes on. Keta was the FBI case officer in Europe and controlled Orbis, Stefan, helper and the hackley dossier assets. So Gators working with all of these people who are associated, reformer UK intelligence. Baumgartner Nellie, our Bruce or David Kramer. All Harvard alumni. All right. Nobody jail. They went to college yet doesn't mean too much. But this part is an absolute gem. Nelly. Or who's working for Glenn Simpson and fusion GPS right and her husband is in the department of Justice. All I'm trying to get at now ladies gentlemen. They all know each other Nellie, or new Stefan, how percents at least two thousand Nellie, or also worked in the mitre corporation with how her son Merrin helper for six years from two thousand to two thousand eight. So now Nellie your who's working for fusion, GPS, which is being paid to put together the dossier and his paying steel. Now, you're telling me that Nellie or husband works in the department of Justice, and you're feeding him information about Donald Trump, that you're saying that, that information came from Steele, but in fact, that information may have been coming from Stephan hopper the entire time who's add events with Carter page, and as dealing is unquestionably has a relationship with the Russian that Steele saying is his source. Now, we find out Nellie or nose, however, and worked with his son. Ladies and gentlemen. Do you think it's, it's reasonable to ask if these people all knew each other? You think it's just reasonable to say that if they knew each other, and they had professional relationships that they may have been aware, the whole time, it was all the same information all source back to these Russians. And that they just didn't want you to know that because they wanted it to seem like it was coming in from multiple sources parallel construction. Same information give it to ten different people. It's all from the same source sprouting, sprouting, sprouting, like a tree. It's all the same route just different branches. Therefore, you see this big tree new awhile that big tree. It kind of looks like a mosaic of information. It even looks like a corpus of intelligence, it may look like a series of articulate facts. Joe was here. He would get the joke. When Jim Komi, John Brennan and Andy McCabe respectively. Were asked about, hey, was it just the Steele dossier that you use? They said, no, no, no. It wasn't just the steel dossier. It was actually a mosaic is Jim Qomi said of information, a corpus of intelligence and eighty McCabe said it was a series of articulate facts, ladies and gentlemen. It was the same set of BS from the same Russians. Blow this up right now for you. So if we go back to the note in the beginning, we started this off with you'll see that Christopher Steele, whose information's us to spy on the Trump team. It's clearly coming from two sources Trubnikov connected, deeply, by the way to Ladimir Putin and a guy named Surkov. Surkov wrote this fascinating piece. It was picked up by Newsweek. Wait till you read this. This is the root of this entire case. Ladies, gentlemen, Surkov. Trim Nikolov a bunch of Ladimir Putin connected, Russians. Let me take a little snippet from this piece Surkov wrote that Newsweek picked up. Here's the headline of the piece written on February twelfth of twenty nine thousand nine by Christina Maza Vladimir Putin's advisor tells Americans Russia interferes in your brains. We change your conscience. Here's a quote from circus piece. Listen very very closely. The illusion of choice is the most important allusion, the main trick of western democracy, especially the rejection of this allusion in favor of the reality, that everything is predestined Bill allow society to reflect I on our vision of democratic development. Surkov Surkov wrote foreign politicians talk about Russia's interference in elections and referendums around the world. In fact, the matter is even more serious Russia interferes in your brains. We change your conscience, and there's nothing you can do about it. I'll see all on Monday, just heard the Dan Bongino show, you can also get Dan's podcasts on, I tunes or soundcloud and follow Dan on Twitter, twenty four seven at dbongino.

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"Might say Chuck us episode to fifty seven if you knew who walks beside you on the way that you have chosen fear would be impossible. The Senate Chuck swirling decisions energy position throughout middle. The base of the spine to the crown of head for thousands of this. Ancient wisdom has been in measure to what are the functions of these energy sentiments and cook these chucked help you unlike your destiny and find your purpose? Welcome to my center chocolates. And now your host a giant Kumana? What's up vaccine, Dr ADA host and founder of my seven Jucker as a show where we provide you the wisdom and action steps that will help you transform your life. So if you are new to our show, and then I want to give you a warm warm, welcome to action tribe. If you've been listening to the show for a while, then you would know that we have a special Facebook group for our listeners around the globe. And our community just loves it. 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Thank you for having made create so grins Zuko is the author of the bestselling book from anxiety to love a radical new approach for letting were fear and finding lasting peace. And that's the book that'd be going to talk about today. She began her work with acorss in medicals and mindfulness meditation after struggling with debilitating, anxiety and panic attacks and now lives anxiety-free. She's a keynote speaker a giant professor of counselor education at the college of. New jersey. Licensed counselor board certified coach and teaches weekly mindfulness meditation classes at a major US financial institutions. So thanks a lot for joining me. Current. Thank you so much for having me. I'm really excited for what we're going to co create today. Awesome. Yeah. It's really really exciting. And interesting, and like, we always do my question to you is what is your favorite inspirational quote. And how do you applied in your life? These my favorite inspirational, quote is a quote from a course in miracles, and this quota is if you knew who walks beside you on the way that you have chosen fear would be impossible. I love this quote because the way that I apply this in my life is remembering trying to remember striving to remember. And every moment of the day that loves presence is with us that there is an energy a loving presence with us that we can turn to call upon. And and really learn how to work with to work miracles, which will be talking about today. So thanks a lot for sharing miracles. And the fact that you're not alone and actually tribe, you might feel sometimes especially if you're on this journey that you're all alone. But no matter where you are what stage you are in life. You know, you have people are spirit guides who have been assigned to you. Who are here to provide? You symbols nudges in in some sort of support in mainly to assure you that you are not alone. And just like this court, stay states, if you knew who walks besides you, then you would have energetic shift with you new. And that's the goal of today's episode as well is to help you deal with some of the challenges that you might be going through and find give you the action steps to find your way out. So with that, let's begin what inspired you to write your book from executive to love anxiety. My journey through life has been I'd say one of my most intimately known companions has been anxiety. So I also want to emphasize that anybody listening if you struggle with anxiety, one of the biggest lies that will tell you is that you are all alone. And I'm here to tell you today that you are not many many, many of us struggle with anxiety, and with fears, and I was actually diagnosed with my first anxiety disorder around the age of two I was diagnosed separation anxiety disorder, and my poor mother could not leave the room even in our own house without me screaming my head off and that I out grew. But the exile. Sort of morphed and took different forms. So the separation anxiety got better, but I became very phobic of different things. And when I got into college, I started having panic attacks was diagnosed with another psychiatric diagnosis called panic disorder, and then generalizing Zayed disorder. So it was through my own journey with anxiety, and my healing from it. Because I tried many many things to try to help myself feel better, and what helped me has been this spiritual pathway, of course, miracles and also mindfulness as you mentioned, and that as I wrote about what was truly helping my anxiety fall away that is pay. That's the pages of from anxiety to love. My book is all the tools all the techniques that helped me come into this place of now living anxiety-free roses where I came from which was being a mess. Got it got it. Thanks for shedding. And you do mention that. The anxiety journey was one of the most terrifying experiences in your life. So could you describe a day in your life? When you had that challenge. Absolutely. I can even describe the time that I had the first panic attack because I woke up at three o'clock in the morning in the middle of the night with a punch in the stomach of stress hormones of anxiety, and trembling and shaking and sweating my heart was racing. And just feeling like I was about to die and the anxiety panic attacks for anybody who's ever had one. You know, it is next to impossible to put it into words to help. Somebody who's not had a panic attack truly understand what it's like. So the best that I can describe it is it gives you sort of tunnel vision. It's like your awareness constricts to only be focused on the anxiety. That becomes your only reality, and it's really hard. It feels almost impossible at times. To step out of that. So those types of anxiety experiences those panic attacks for me would happen out of the blue for years. Sometimes there would be a trigger. Sometimes there would not be a trigger. And it was really awful. It's it's terrifying. When they happen. But there's hope we can find our way out of them. Got it got it. Now, you did mention you did speak about the concept of a trigger. So and of course, Norling Zygi attack SARS stemmed from from trigger. But could you give us an example of some of the triggers that can trigger a panic attack? And how does it all begin? Definitely. So triggers can vary based on your own experience. So I've worked with people who have had triggers where let's say they've had some kind of post traumatic stress disorder. They've been through some type of trauma, and then a reminder of that trauma, a sound a memory can trigger that panic for me. My trigger was very focused on fears of getting sick. So if I would experience some kind of unexplainable physical symptom the thought would come up like, oh, what is that? You know, it's probably ex wires the filling the latest disease, and that would terrify me that would overwhelm me. And so so the fear of sickness was a big trigger for me. And it could even be just a sensation. So if you have one panic attack, you know, that there's this sort of like tingling sensation that you can get on your stomach, and this sort of fear that just feels like it spread throughout your body in my experience, something like exercise used to even be a trigger because my an exercise, which is a great thing to do you heart starts racing. You start sweating. And and that actually reminded me of the anxiety enough by gift frayed of it. And then the exiled he would come up because it was like, oh my gosh. Is this happening? And then, you know, boom, it would happen. So I had to actually work through that as well. So now I can exercise again. But I hope that that helps explain how triggers can be different for different people. Absolutely. And also like in the beginning, you share your your story. The fact that anxiety started for you at the age of two, right? And then as you grow up, you experienced different types of anxieties Sukree gives an overview because he used some technical terms. But could you give us a basic understanding of some of the different types of anxiety? Is that you had to go through as you grew up. Definitely. So. If you get afraid of a specific thing. So for instance, a phobia is like I would not be able to go on a airplane without feeling like I was going to get overwhelmed with anxiety. I was terrified of it. So I avoid it. When I was really little I was afraid of getting sick like throwing up so anything anytime I had a stomach ache. I get very very anxious because I was so terrified of throwing up. So that might be how a phobia looks I use the word the term panic disorder before what that looks like is when you have a panic attack. Now, I wanna say anybody can have a panic attack. You can be perfectly healthy and have a panic attack. It does not mean there's anything wrong with you panic disorder happens when you start fearing more panic attacks and totally rearranging your life. So those panic, you know, so you're trying to avoid. Those panic attacks. Now, I do want to just say a little disclaimer if like the medical student syndrome will we learn about different things as listeners are listening. Please don't diagnose yourself, please. Don't start worrying like oh my gosh. That's me. If you're concerned, go talk to somebody. But this is really just to get an idea of the common ways that anxiety can show up for us because forty million Americans suffer from different types of anxiety. And I think that's actually a low estimate. So that's that's panic disorder generalizing Ziya disorder means that worry becomes uncontrollable. We have a really hard time controlling very intense worry, and that were it can be about anything. It can be about getting sick. It can be about our loved ones are safety. It just gets really out of control with all of these disorders. There's there's significant distress and significant impairment. So I am talking about experiences of. On a high end of anxiety continuum, where about forty million Americans or more exist. But if you think about it as a continuum or even volume turn down the volume on these things i-it-it's, and we all occasionally have concerns and fears surrounding types of things that I've described turn it down were lower on the spectrum and everybody can relate to exile. Eighty just by getting up out of bed in the morning, and they sing the day. So there is a spectrum of it. And we all at different points in our lives, can, you know, move in and out or cross that that spectrum when absolutely. And I think something that ruin experiences. You sort of alluded to that is the fact that if you open a medical journal, which is sort of explaining the different symptoms associated with illness or disease, and if you go through that you might you might tend to feel I have that illness or I have this challenge. Right. I don't there was a there was a book that had many years back. I sort of a bit comic a comical type of book, but the character goes through the different symptoms and feels like he has that symptom. So it's important like you mentioned not to self diagnose, right? It's the medical student syndrome with you know, thinking that you read something and oh my gosh. I must have that. That's something that, you know, many people can can be like, oh my gosh. You know, is that happening medical students counseling students. But yeah, only really connecting with like a licensed counselor or Dr they can help help you figure out if there is something going on that warrants more attention, and I'm a huge fan for therapy in it being really helpful go to. Nope. No. I want to talk about how all of this affects our body. Now, a how does feeling anxious on a regular basis not not once in a while? We're on a regular basis. How does it affect our body in on our health? So do you think about the fighter flight response the fighter flight response in our body is there to get us out of danger? It's to mobilize as quickly if we see a speeding car coming boom. It kicks in. We get out of the way when we are constantly turning on that fight or flight response with our own thoughts. Meaning actually before I go there. There's a there's a book title called why zebras don't get ulcers, and it's a great book title. And if you think about it will why why don't zebras get ulcers and people do when zebras had that fight or flight response. You know when they're running away from out lion. They have a fight or flight response. They get away, and they shake it off, you know, they shake off the excess energy and they go back to doing, you know, grazing and eating grass and just going on with their lives. We as humans can turn on that. Same fight or flight responses, if we're being chased by a lion while we're laying in bed at night worrying about. At something. And so constantly turning that fight or flight response on can actually decrease our music. It can actually, you know, not do good things for our body in terms of constantly bombarding ourselves with stress hormones, but what I teach and what I teach through the spiritual practice. Of course, miracles is that it just takes a moment, you know, for miracle to happen for shift in our minds from fear to love and not that shift in our minds is something really possible. So we should not even have to worry or I encourage people because I used to worry. Oh my gosh. I'm really hurting my body because I'm so anxious and that would just become a variety trigger. You know, I'm worrying about worrying. Giving myself this sort of recognition that like, okay? This is where I am right now. But there's a way out, and I'm going to be okay is really important. So I wanted to just add that so folks don't start worrying that they're worrying too much. It can go down a whole different spinal. So thanks for clarifying that action tribe, you fly fight or flight phenomenon within you if I can put it that way has helped you survive. And if it wasn't for that phenomena within you, then your ancestors will not have able to survive because it helped him escape that tiger that that level of anxiousness, but like current is explaining as soon as the tiger or the line went away things became normal. And that's why zebras don't have others. But the situation today is that we are in a way safe environment. We don't have sable to Tigers wanting to attack us or elephants wanting to trample us and the challenges that we are turning this mechanism on and off and on and off and on and off with the power of our minds, and that's getting a lot of physical and mental and emotional issues and challenges and so current you ridden that. A lot of things -iety has to do with our eagle. Is that true? Yes. So the echo is a term that I use them my book, and this is also a term from a course in miracles, and I like to think about the ego as the fearful fought system in our minds. It is the voice that we all know. So well that tells us that we're not good enough. It's self judgmental. It's judgmental of others. It tells us that we need to worry, you know, that we should be afraid. And this ego voice were very accustomed to listening to and we're very custom to letting it giving it power to to turn on that fight or flight response within ourselves. So this ego Boyce is something that we can start to recognize that like, oh, okay. It's coming up right now, I'm noticing that voice of fear. And I'm going to choose again, I'm gonna choose to actually not pump energy into that. And I want to choose. A loving thought system. I wanna come from a different place. Instead, there's there's always to whatever might show up in our experience. And the ego would say, oh, this isn't good. There's always a reframe. There's always another way to see our experience. There's always another interpretation. It's like that proverbial glass half full or half empty which way. Are you going to see it? So we always have a choice to pump our energy into that fearful voice or to choose again. And listen to a different type of loving voice. That's in our minds as well. God could use an example of of this just so that we can understand when this happens in our life. Definitely. So an example of with fearful voice might be. Okay. Here's a great one. I am sure. That people listening right now that you've compared yourself to another person that you think they're doing it so much better than I am. I wish I was. Them. I'm no good. Because they're doing it better. That's the ego voice. The ego voice loves to make us feel like crap. To, you know, not have Shinar light and step into our magnitude. So what I would encourage listeners to do that if you fall into that comparison trap. There's a quote by one of the Roosevelt's, I believe comparison is the thief of joy comparison is the thief of joy and how true is not. So when we catch ourselves comparing ourselves to somebody else stop and notice that that's happening notice that that's just a fearful thought and say to yourself I want a loving thought. Instead, I want a different way of seeing this, and you can then step into looking at all the good that you're doing all the strengths that you have. Although light that you're bringing into the world and focus on that. Each one of us has a role to play each one of us has a role to play to express love in our lives in a very specific way. And we can't do anything. Like anybody else? We can only do it the way that we do it. And that way is needed. There are people that need to hear what we need to say exactly the way that we're saying it. So it's important to know that we can shift out of that comparison and into into love into self love and appreciation got thanks alert for that example in it's helped. I'm sure many of our listeners make sense of some of the whiz in which eagle appears in their in their life. And in how to deal with it ho how to change the internship from from ego to that of love for themselves and for the people around them and also for the journey that they find themselves in. So you share a lot of information with us so far. But are there some other or some more misconceptions that you've seen floating around about anxiety are about panic attacks? Definitely misconceptions that you're the only one that feels this way again as I have touched upon the anxiety has a way of, narrowing our focus and making us think that we are the only person in the world that feels this and are not you're not alone. You're not alone in this journey. I feel like we all as I've said already have some degree of anxiety. And so have healing healing work to do. So a misconception about anxiety. Is that you're the only one that has it? I can assure you are not as I've come out and shared my journey with others. I can't tell you how many people I know from high school and college who've reached out to me and said Koran, you know, metoo I having Zaidi also. And so they were just really good at hiding it. Like, I was I'd put on a very convincing smile and cover it all up, and I. Encourage people to get honest that if you're struggling reach out for help talk to a friend talk to a family member know that you are not alone. So that's probably the biggest misconception. I believe that's floating out there about anxiety. Is that you're the only one who feels the way do got? And I'm sure that it feels very relieving. And it feels much more empowering right knowing that you're not on this journey alone in their people before you all along with you are experiencing similar challenges. And that there is a solution to the challenge that you're facing you just need to reach out, and maybe ask a question, and and and get some support or help. So that he can thrive on your journey. So current is the biggest lesson that you've learned from your experience an executive in helping people with anxieties over mind biggest lesson and now I recognize that this might sound. New or weird to some people? But I've learned the biggest lesson I've learned from is that my small sense of self is not actually who I am. I truly believe I truly truly believe that each. And every one of us is love, and I'm talking love with a capital L that we are innocent and whole and that joy is our birthright. And so an exciting has really taught me that we are not separate from one another and that we're not separate from love. Love is what connects us all it joins us all and so we're never ever alone in that. And as we step into this awareness, more and more that love is who we are. If you think about it if you are in perfect love, and I'm talking beyond romantic love, I'm talking like the mother of the universe. If you're touching upon us. Love invited can't exist in that space. It has. The following day. So the more we can open up to this awareness of loves presence, inviting has gotta follow way it just has to. So I I've I've really learned that this voice of anxiety, or this Boyce of fear is just one voice in my mind. I don't have to listen to it. I have the power to choose again and to allow my awareness of love to be restored, which is the opposite of that constriction into anxiety. It's an opening up into an awareness of love. Thanks a lot for shedding action tribe. Connect with love in when you say love, it's Nargess romantic association with love it is the more primordial life. The lovers. Come from time in memorial love that child warrants and six from his or her parents just by looking at him, you know, the love of attention the love of intention, and this is what people seek in Italy. And that's why people are tracked to being part of a group or a tribe or a community are also receiving that unconditional love from their family and the more we connect to this the less anxious and the less challenges. We'll have in the morning easy. It will be for us to progress. Now, current you've got away different definition or a very unique definition of what a medicalised, correct? So according to you, what is America and end, actually, I'd love to just add before I define a miracle. You just said something so important that we. We seek for this. Love we seek for this. You know, love with a capital L. But we as humans often seek for it outside of ourselves. We think that love is gonna come through the right job or through the right relationship or through the right house or living in the right location. This love can only be found within its within all of us. And so we have to turn within to find it. And so as we turn to find it this leads into speaking about miracles. Miracles. We bite think we might hear that word and immediately. Thank like, oh poof something appearing out of nowhere. And that's not what I'm referring to anybody can experience miracles, and there's actually a quote, and of course, in miracles that says miracles are natural when they do not occur. Something has gone wrong. And. Thinking about so a miracle. We can define in one of two ways an internal miracle is a shift in perception from fear to love. It's the moment. We recognize that we are seeing fearfully like oh my gosh. You know, what does this mean or what's going to happen? And we pause and we ask for shift and we instead drop into just trust. We drop into piece it's an internal miracle is that shift in perception from fear to love, but there's also an external miracle. External miracles are expressions of love every time we express love. And again, I'm not just talking. I'm not talking romantic love. I'm talking kindness compassion, every time we express love to our fellow human beings, we are performing miracles. And so that quote that I just shared miracles are natural when they do not occur. Something has gone wrong. It's natural for us. To express love when we don't what's gone wrong. But we started listening to that ego fearful voice again, we've lapsed back into fear. And so this is where the work happens wherein every moment, really? This is a moment to moment practice. We can choose to shift. Our minds from from fear to love in order for that love to flow through us and be expressed to others. Got it. So thanks for sharing. Love this definition in this expedition that you've shared with us the difference between internal next on a love the fact that the indentify love is a shift in perception from fear to love and to be to trust in this happens, internally, the external love is the expression of that loved that you feel inside which is in the fall of kindness compassion than you exhibit to somebody around you. And you know, if you look at it. You know, symbolically what comes to my mind is the expansion and the compression of the heart or maybe the lungs, right? So it's sort of like a symbiotic relationship, if you just express externally, you know, y- you need something in as well. Right. You need to from time to time experience shifts in perception or to experience love from within because the more you feel within the more you'll be able to exhibit an express on the outside. Right. So they're sort of like a symbiotic relationship between internal and external definitely definitely the more weekend. Tro rub ourselves the more. We can truly others. I definitely resonate with that got it. So thanks for sharing that with me Korean. So for someone who is listening to this episode. Whether they're on the way, it work driving in transit or maybe at home or maybe come back from home after a long day's work. Worked for advised you have to someone who is experiencing panic attacks. Or maybe Zayed and different types of anxiety on a regular basis. Great question, and what I'm going to share can actually be used by any of us right now on this moment. And let's let's do this together right now, and you can do this with your eyes open. So if you're if you happen to be listening and driving right now, stay focused on the road. If you are sitting quietly and want to just close your eyes. You're welcome to do that too. But as I sit here, so again, this is a technique that can help somebody in the middle of panic or right now if you just feel really busy and a little bit stress. Just since you're breathing. Just bring your attention to your torso. And I want you to soften your abdominal muscles. So just soften your belly. However, you're sitting if you're sitting upright like away from the back of a chair, you might still need some of your ABS to be holding herself upright, but they're still some softening that you can do. So just soften your belly. Immediately your breath. Just naturally is going to start moving your belly. It's a more dia fragment breath when we are not tightening our stomachs the breath immediately gets calmer and more Dyfrig Matic. When we are stressed when we are anxious. We breathed from high up in our chest. Even culturally were told to like suck in our bellies and automatically start breathing from high up in our test. When only our chest is moving will breathe because we're tightening our belly. That's actually a pretty shallow breath in its associated with stress and anxiety. So if somebody's if you're having a panic attack in this moment, or if you're distressed in this moment, soften, your abdominal muscles immediately. That's gonna let your breath. Find more of its natural rhythm. It's gonna come into just a more natural sink. You know, an even rhythm, and that's going to help you if you are having panic or anxiety. It's going to help you move through a faster. And if you're not if you're distressed that's immediately going to bring about a sense of war com. A sense of more ease so for people. So that's one quick technique that people can do another thing that I would say to people who are actively having panic attacks is. I can think of two things number one. No that the panic is panic. That's all it is. It's just intense anxiety, and it's in linear time, meaning it is going to come to an end panic attacks. Do not last forever. They come to an end. And so we sort of just can ride that wave. It's gonna come up. It's going to be intense for a little bit. And it's gonna fade the other thing that I would say to folks who are actively having panic if that you are not going crazy. That's probably the number one fear of people who are having panic attacks is that they are losing their mind because that's what it feels like I know that that's what it feels like because I've been there. You are not going crazy. You're not losing your mind. It's just an anxiety attack. So I would encourage people to remember that. Ghana? Thanks it over shedding, no grin. You know? You've shared this advice, which of course, can be used by anyone who's listening to the show right now. What does it one action step that you'd recommend for someone listening something that they do right after listening to the show or maybe at the end of the day? An action step that people can do right now would be to pick one area of your life. Where you know, you're getting tripped up some area of your life. Where you feel like you wanna change you want something to be different. But get really concrete about this. It tried to not be too broad like, oh, you know. I wanna maybe live somewhere different. Like, no like, look look a bit bit more clearly and pick an area where you notice it shows up on a daily basis that it kind of trips you up it might be a specific fear. It might be specific concern or even a specific relationship where you have some relationship conflict. I'd want you to ask yourself am I willing to have a shift in this area? And be so honest with yourself, am I willing Davidge shift in this area? If you are willing that is the precursor for change, that's the the fundamental. Thing that we need to have in place in order to experience miracles in order to experience movement. I believe that willingness is the precursor for all change so identify one specific place that you want change find your willingness to see it differently. I'm gonna give you three steps in this. The first step being to find your willingness the next step. And this is now touching upon the teachings in my book. Find your willingness number one number two give your willingness to your inner guidance system to love to your higher mind. Whatever you wanna call it an ask for that miracle ask for that shift in perception instead, and then the third step is to trust that you've asked for the shift, and that shift will come in the moment, you're ready to receive it. It might seem like okay, I just did those steps in nothing happened. This is where we need to trust that the answer. I believe has been given right away. This is what I teach in my book, and of course, miracles teaches. But we might be too blocked with fear to see the shift. And so this is where getting quiet, this is where dropping into meditation journaling can be really helpful. So I know you ask for one step, and I gave you three but to recap pick your problem. Find your willingness to see differently give your willingness to. To your inner guidance system will ask him for miracle. And then trusting that it's done. This is the healing process that I teach in my book, I break it down more in my book. But it is what I use for absolutely everything. And if you're listening, and you're like that sounds like a bunch of baloney. That's totally fine. I'd encourage you to just experiment with it. And see what happens and let those results speak for themselves. Gotta do read the national North's for today's episode, including the inspirational court there was shared as at the beginning, the book recommendation and certain nuggets of wisdom that you might not have been able to capture me because you're traveling or maybe because you don't have been around whatever it might be with my seven jugaris dot com forward slash to fight seven because that's the episode number for today. Been jugaris dot com forward slash two seven. Before a dream is realized soul of the world tests. Everything that was learned along the way it does this not because it's evil. But so that we can in addition to realize realizing dreams master, the lessons, we've learned as we've moved towards that. That's the point at which most people give up now, this is an amazing book court by Paula quello, the author of the alchemist, and I should try. This is such a powerful and profound statement about how the universe operates the goal of life is to evolve to a new level as being an on this journey. You have many life lessons to learn and one of it might be how to cop or overcoming Zionism everything is in place and everything will unfold at the right time, but realize that you will be tested and fulfillment of your vision will not happen so easily, and that's not necessarily a bad thing. It's not even like the court says the soul of the world is on your side. And it wants to test you because the point of. Setting goals is not to attain some external object. The point of setting goals is to find out something about yourself within that you never knew. So couldn't share with us one media life lesson or life challenge the life lesson will come later on. But what is that one life challenge that you had to go through in your life? What was it like? And then what steps did you take to come out of it? That's a wonderful question. And I before I answer that question just want to speak to that gorgeous, quote that you just shared and really emphasize the part where you said the goal of life is to evolve it is so important for those listening who suffer from anxiety to know that their anxiety is there to help them evolve. That's the purpose of it. It is a growth opportunity, and if we can look at it as a growth opportunity, we're going to stop hating it so much we're gonna stop wishing is going. You know, we're gonna stop wishing it away. And instead can. Embrace it. As a fact that it is it is here to help us evolve. It's help it can teach us. So thank you for that quote. The major life challenge has to be in my experience anxiety, but panic attacks, and I can I can share, you know, a very specific example, or I can speak more broadly. But the the major life challenge has been exhibiting. It's shown up in ways that have been extremely debilitating for me and this life challenge as I just shared based on the quote that you shared I've chosen to see. It as a teacher. I've chosen to look at it as helping me to evolve and therefore the anxiety is brought me to an incredible place of peace instead of being lost in Zion. Which is what I was afraid of. So if you had to summarize in just one sentence, what does it life lesson that you'd like to share with action drive based on the challenge that you faced my life lesson is that I am not actually this is gonna sound really weird. I'm not Korean. I'm not a body. What I am. What we all are is love this is what is brought me to is recognizing that. I am much greater than my small and limited sense of self as are all of us. And this is available to every single one of us. Wonderful. Thanks for shedding. It's really really inspiring wherever you shared, and I'm sure that many of our listeners listening to this show right now resonate with what you're sharing because when I believe is that we all have a sole contract. And the fact that we are spiritual beings having a human experience, we have certain lessons that we want to learn and on this journey the lessons might be anxiety lessons might be how to overcome a financial challenge. The lessons might be. You know, how to deal with parents who don't care for you. We have different lessons that we need to go through and instead of considering these lessons as adversities are challenges and me and feeling powerless. We should in fact learned from example, if if exactly if he is alive, we need to learn from it a reach out like you mentioned reach out to people who can help us in this challenge and most importantly realize. That our inner guide is our biggest teacher the love that we have within if you're able to experience that energetic shift. That's when we can learn from our situation and progress along our journey. So in other words, we are spiritual beings on this physical plane with certain lessons to learn and one of them can be excited. And if it is then we have things in place that will help us progress on this journey. So thanks a lot for shedding that grin. Thank you. Thank you. So much really is such wretch material, and I really resonate with everything that you just share that we are spiritual beings and our task is to wake up to that. And we can repurpose our greatest challenges to be means by which we awaken to this awareness. We can repurpose our greatest challenges to be our greatest teachers to open to the fact today awareness that we are these fertile beings. So I should try by hope you are enjoying decisions. So far. Is there something that you've learned realize so far if he has an make sure that you share that learning on Twitter of his books? They're your friends and family can benefit to you know, many times you listen to shows are. Radios. And nobody knows what you're listening to. And they would offer obviously want to learn as well. So make sure you share that on social each of us has been put on earth to realize dreams and goals. No matter what those dreams are. And you must realize also that each of us has our own goal. And nor do goals are like we each have our own personal legend and combating makes no sense. It will just causes even more anxiety and along the journey. We are not alone. We have been assigned spirit guides and mentors. Who will assist in providing us these signs and symbols along the way? So be assured that your cause has been taken care of all you need to do now is to find out what is your personal legend? And what does the journey that you need to make externally, but more importantly internally because the time has come action taker to claim your destiny and just like Rumi once said, everyone has been made for some particular work and the desire for that work has been put in our heart. So desires already there you just need to awaken to the desire. And of course, current has shared many practices are many exercises that you can do in order to awaken to that desire within and with that we are now at the last round for today, which scarred the wisdom round. Our regular listeners are well aware that this around has full questions sort of like rapid fire style. So that people can take note and take action so current what is the best advice that someone has ever given you the best advice, and I quote, this is something my stepdad said to me when I was knocked off my feet and on the couch with anxiety. So I this is a quote from my book, he said it to me. And I say it to you the best advice I've ever received is the statement the light in you is too bright to fail. Whatever you're struggling with the light. And you is too bright to fail. So what is it one bliss? No habit. That keeps you going developing spiritual practice and a meditation practice, it's fun. It's really fun to go within to really explore your internal world. And so that personal habit of developing my own spiritual practice, and we all have to find what works for us and developing daily meditation practice has been just life changing for me. So what is your morning routine? Like, what do you do during the first two is of your day? I do not jump out of bed right away. I lay in bed, and I opened my eyes, and I look across the room at a piece of art that I made that is filled with images of my guides angels that I relate to saints Buddha. Jesus there's a whole bunch of different spiritual figures, we all can do something like this. I spent time looking at that picture releasing everything about my day to them I released my concerns, I put my life and my work into their hands. And I asked to see their love throughout the entire day. So that is what I do before. I get out of bed that probably takes maybe ten minutes. Sometimes not even that much after that. I make my breakfast. I sit down I opened the window if it's nice out. And I try to just listen and again absorb the quiet of. Morning before going about my busy dive. Got it name one book that you'd like to recommend for our listeners today. A course in miracles. It's been a game changer for me, and it is a self study spiritual book that people from all religions have benefited from. So action drive-by Noel how much you love the books that I shared on the show. And I am aware that many of you, which is these books as soon as you hear them share on our show. And that's why audible dot com is offering action tribal one free audiobook download so that you can get to check out their amazing service. Now, I love audible, I listen to the books myself, and it gives you didn't know they have over a hundred and eighty thousand titles to choose from for all your different devices, including bestsellers like the Chuck Ross system by entity Judah, she's been on the show autobiography of a Yogi by Parma answer, your Gonda and new earth by Eckhart Olean. And I'm very sure that they have the book a course in miracles as well to make sure you check that. So that you can get this book for free to download your free book. Go to my seven chuckers dot com forward slash free book. Once again, that's my seven chuckers dot com forward slash free book to start listening to your work as opposed to reading your book. Because once I tried. That reading the book, you know, it was was second nature. I mean secondary. And I always love to listen to a book, just like this podcast. You're listening to right now. So current thank you so much for sharing your knowledge in your wisdom in your experiences with us before you go tell us one thing that you're grateful far and tell us how we can find you. I am grateful for you the listener. I am grateful for everybody who's tuned in because you are showing up and you are committed to doing this work you're committed to expanding your awareness to remembering love to being white workers and to healing the world. So I'm grateful for every single one of you who are listening. You can find me on my website. I'm an all social media. My website is from anxiety to love dot com. Awesome. 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There Should Be No Mercy For The Bad Guys # 950

The Dan Bongino Show

1:00:29 hr | 2 years ago

There Should Be No Mercy For The Bad Guys # 950

"Get ready to hear the truth about America on a show. That's not immune to the facts with your host. Dan, Bongino, other Dan Bongino, show producer Joseph Armacost. How are you today doing? Well, we have no time to waste, Dan. Let's get right to our. I know I've got seven stories today which may be a record which means I'll probably get the four of the first one. I want to get to his great. I'll knock decided the second. I am getting really I'm tired of being tired of limousine. Liberal liberal crowd running for president extrordinary. These all any capitalists, socialists, who are all wealthy. Scrooge, mcduck types Schumer swimming, around in gold, bullion, I can't have done to what I was a kid all of them as they rant and rave against Kaplan. It's so phony. So I want to start with the Washington Examiner piece. I'll get to that admitted really good. Don't go anywhere. But I've got some updates including some. 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Really, great sponsor, take back control of your kid's education. Okay. Let's go hang her your guy. We're not even allowed to say ready to go the guy patented that Bruce buffers brother, so Bruce buffers now the USC so limousine lives Washington Examiner story about the book deals on the wealthy lives. Running for president. So I only bring this up not to make fun or to poke fun because I am a free marketeer. I believe in economic freedom and liberty, and I believe people should be privy to the fruits of their own labor. They should be able to work work hard spend that money on themselves and their families. So Washington Examiner story today by Emily Larson. Businesses book deals twenty twenty Democrats deliver socialism on their own silver platter? This'll be in the show notes today. How 'bout that Bongino dot com? If you go to the podcast Lincoln amend menu. These articles will be associated with it. Subscribe to my Email list, and I'll send it these article every night's good mom, let's go through the list of wealthy Democrats number one Bego otherwise known as but so as Tucker Carlson hilariously calls, but toe based on his F E. C filings has an estimated worth Joe of what ninety K hundred K nine hundred K Pinto is worth. Say staggering nine million dollars. Nice job for listen. Good job. But I love it. I appreciate the accumulation of economic liberty and its byproduct wealth and prosperity good for you. I'm just asking that you stop being such a phony fake socialism garbage where you want redistribution of wealth except for yours. But oh as Sean call some bozo. What a fraud be proud. You're a conservative or libertarian out there. And that you don't have to be concerned about any accusations of hypocrisy. You support economic liberty and freedom and hard work and the results of it. Because you support it for you and other people even Batelco, but has that problem? No because he's a fraud. He's now like I told you sustain puff marshmallow, man. He's goes from Ghostbusters. He becomes whatever you think. He is don't think gray don't think. Right. I can't help. I thought of the state pump marshmallow. That is put toe. He becomes whatever you want. He ran as a moderate in Texas now, he's a big socialist liberal in the mold of AFC, but he's a fraud apparently worth a cool nine mil. Elizabeth Warren big socialist now redistribute or of the fruits of your labor. Elizabeth Warren has assets in the neighborhood of what forty k fifty K two hundred K no four to eleven million. Oh for Pocahontas four to eleven mill. Joe? That's pretty nice very nice good for you, Elizabeth Warren. I don't know how much of that you earned in book deals, or whatever it may be. But the Washington Examiner piece lays it out. Pretty thoroughly. Nice job. Elizabeth Warren Cory Booker who of the people. I'm reading about is the poorest of them and believe me by poorest. I'm using that term. Relatively loosely and by poorest. I mean, rich by anyone else's thin. Cory Booker as assets in the neighborhood of six hundred K to one point three million again, another limousine liberal fraud fake, phony procr- that look at themselves in the mirror every morning. They want to redistribute everyone else's well, but apparently not by the way Corey. But so and Pocahontas, you are free anytime you wish to give your assets and your wealth to other people, according to your own modus operandi socialism. What you recommend the collective accumulation of go right ahead. Nobody stopping you. Donate stuff to charity. Donate it to the g the government, do whatever you want. But you stand for some we would respect you Moore's I will do a segment on this show of seriously where I will celebrate at least your intellectual honesty. It is stupid. It would be the dumbest thing ever to give that money the government because they'll flush out at toilet. But I will celebrate your intellectual honesty. If you dare is my challenge. Let's call a Joe to Corey but to- Pocahontas challenge. I haven't even gotten to San Bernie Sanders, yet birdies unique case in and of himself because he is the proudest socialist the mall and the biggest hypocrites that's the challenge. Donate half of this. So Bitos, which we're going to do some simple men, but toes worth nine mail. I got my pen out four point five million. So I will do a show celebrating. You your intellectual honesty, if you make this five point million dollar donation to the government, Elizabeth Warren, you affordable eleven million in assets. Listen, let's go on the low end to be fair to polka Harvest, Right. Say yes, she has four million in assets. Let's divided by two so two million and assets. If Elizabeth Warren will give that over to the g we will celebrate your intellectual honesty too stupid. But intellectually at least honest, right? Cory booker. Let's go on the low end against six hundred K and assets. We'll expect it three hundred thousand dollar donation to the government program your choice, Corey we're all waiting now. There's a couple more out there. You have John Delaney who I ran against who's worth nest mated ninety six million John Hickenlooper worth millions. I liked Delaney. I ran against him. He is not the craziest of the Democrats that he's actually the most rational all the Democrats running which probably means unfortunately for him. He has no chance, but let me just say is before we get to Bernie who's a special case in the fraud Olympics here, he's always the gold medal in the high jump fraud Olympics, Bernie is always the gold medal winner. I mean, this what I say, I vehemently and vigorously. Joe's heard the story of thousand times. So when I bring it up he's going to be like again with this guy, but I disagree with socialism because it's deadly and it doesn't work. But again, I intellectually can respect people who live by their own credo. And I saw never forget this. When I was in the police academy back in one thousand nine hundred ninety five. Five and it was hot New York. I mean, it was like New York. It's hot. It's like ninety degrees. The urban jungle with that black. You know, what I'm saying that allow street just reflects the heat in your face. It's hot. I mean, I live in Florida. And I'm telling you having lived in Florida and New York, New York summers worse. I mean, it they're really really bad. I remember being in that police academy uniform, which was awful had degration arts on not the blue shirts. So everybody knew you are rookie. They'd be like, hey guy because I knew you couldn't even arrest them to technically you could. But you know, you wouldn't do it. You know, they knew you weren't carrying a firearm. It was like putting like a bullseye on your back. Okay. Everybody laugh, you get that hat on. But one day I'm sitting there and getting ready to get on get on a train. And I see that that act you then actor Matthew Modine, he was in that movie outbreak, and he was the wrestler in that movie with that guy shoot and stuff like that. And you know, he's relatively famous, and apparently his thing is riding around New York and on a bicycle even ninety degrees than I thought even back, then I was politically active. I thought okay, at least I can respect that. At least he's not a hypocrite. The guy's a big environmentalist. He does this thing. Right. Good for you. That is not the case with these frauds? Including a Colonel in the fraud. Army? Maybe a Lieutenant General Bernie Sanders declared this guy is incredible. So in the Washington Examiner piece, they lay out the fact that Bernie Sanders has three homes, I've said this before so I don't want to beat this thing to that. You don't need three homes. I don't care that you have three homes. I I want to buy another one. I'm trying to buy one right now. I would love to, but I am a free marketeer, and I'll be candid with you. You don't need three. Now, they want to do something that's going to be like some luxury thing it's going to be different. It's more of a business decision. And some you know, I'll I'll explain later on. But birdie doesn't need three homes. You can only live in one a warm caboose can only fit in a chair in one home at a time. Not three one not three. I'll be one birdie doesn't need. But Bernie tells you what you need all the time because he's. A front. Now, the kicker and the new thing I found out about this. According to the Washington Examiner piece. Bye bye. The woman who wrote it. MO? Thank you Paula. I think Paula sorry is struggling everything Emily Larson. Forgive me. Emily. I forgot your name there for a minute. So terrific piece, by the way. So I had to you Bernie Sanders. Bought his third home a lake house in Vermont, which is not a nice show wouldn't be all like a lake house for five hundred seventy five thousand dollars. And Joe Joe uncle Bernie paid in cash in who could help pays for cows and cash, oh who pays listen. I'm not saying there are two people pay for homes, and cat criminals and really rich people. That's it's Tom now suggests and a criminal at all I don't like Bernie, but I'm not alleging any dub. But that's not true. It's true criminals. Enrich super which means by default, if Bernie's not criminal than Bernie is really super-rich dude who pays for a house in cash who did he show up with like a brief get, you know, the nobody carries briefcase. Nobody carry satchels or man purses. Now, immerses whatever they call. Who nobody carries the old school handle briefcase? Anyway, Brad Zuber shows up he slides. Hey, who is five hundred seventy five thousand listen, we do really well who I don't have five hundred seventy five thousand dollars. Again. I can't by a lake house in Burlington for five hundred seventy five thousand catch. But birdie, Ken birdies over I can only imagine his deal jokes. They're sending a restaurant, right? Like like spy games. Right. They're sitting there in a restaurant, Bernie's got us real estate guy into banker. They're getting ready to deal Bernie leans down. Right. Just like this book. He's he slides the case with the five hundred seventy five K right across the debacle. Of course. The visuals available for free at YouTube dot com slash Geeta. If you want to watch the show as well as listen who buys a how should cash rich people do Bernie's the one percenter. He keeps railing against this guy is an apocalyptic front now. Joe, yes, Bernie's response to this. Yes. Well, likely be that if he didn't buy the house and the cash that this would happen. People will die. Play it again, Joe people will die. This is Bernie's response to everything I have Joe yesterday to break that up again because I saw Bernie on a weekend show again insisting that if the ObamaCare Bill is not re-, and if we don't go to Medicare for that people will this Bernie's line for people will die people are going to we had people will die montage at one point. This Bernie loves that line. People will Bernie, I promise you, you will not die. If you don't play for if you don't pay for the home in cash, and he will not die. If you don't have three homes. You will be just fine. People will donate one of those homes to charity. Be a man Bernie step up. Step up earn thousands of people die every year. You'll die. Biggest frauds ever? I wake up every day. I mean it and thank the Lord. He blessed me with the powers of reason to not be a phony fake hypocrite liberal. Gosh, I'm so tired of these limousine. Libs. It's pathetic somebody freeze the all right? Story. Number two for the day. This is incredible. This CNN is gone off the deep end Christiane Amanpour, or I if you want to say her name in sound sufficient Cristiano, mom polar. If you want to sound really sophisticated him. You always go to Christiane CNN because she believes she's the smartest person in the room. Always. She was interviewing Jim Komi. And I've got to tell you. I've seen some really dumb stuff on CNN. I mean ethically. Stupid. I mean, just tune into George castanza's show on the weekend on CNN unreliable sources, and you can see stupidity and listen to it every day. But this thing takes the cake for one of the dumbest lines I ever in my life of heard from someone who pretends to be respected journalist play this cut of Christiane. I'm not her interviewing disgraced former FBI director Jim Komi about the lock corrupt chant during the two thousand sixteen election cycle. What I'm saying to investigate you, perhaps others do fear that you think that's coming down. The pike. Don't fear personally by fear feared is a citizen investigate. What investigate that investigations were conducted. What would be the crime you'd be investigating? So it's a terrible cycle to start. He's already started it with. Calling for the locking up of his political opponents, including people like me. And so we just be more of that dangerous step. And I would hope they continue to disappoint me. The Republicans would finally stand up and say, we don't do that kind of thing. But me personally asked me questions. Go ahead. I'd like to answer them in the daylight. If I could. I. Because you just said locker up or lock me up. Of course corrupt was a feature of the two thousand sixteen Trump campaign. Do you in retrospect wish that people like yourself ahead of the FBI? I mean, the people in charge of law and order had shut down that language that it was dangerous potentially that it could have created violence that it kind of hate speech should have been allowed. That's not a role for government to play the beauty of this country. Is people can say what they want even if it's misleading, and and it's demagoguery the people should have shut it down. Republicans who understand the rule of law and the values that they claim to stand for shame on them. But it wasn't a role for government to play James Comey FBI director. Thank you very much for joining me. Great to be with you. Thank you. What the what just happen? What just happened? This is a journalist, Eric listen. The dreaded air course, if there was never a time for the dreaded air quotes here. It is journalist Christiane Amanpour asking a former FBI director in a rare moment of lucid thought from the corrupt Jim Komi. Right. A rare moment where he's there's something that makes sense. And I mean wreck because he said almost nothing that's made sense over the last three years Komi says when will shouldn't have classified that as hate speech and shut that down the locker up chance Komi. He's gotta be looking around. Joe like, you know, I'm not that bright. But this is possibly the dumbest thing of her. She goes there's no role for government. You is this lady serious. So let me get this straight. She's supposed to advocate for freedom of the press and civil liberties and all that stuff, and she wants political speech at a rally classified his hatred. Can you imagine Joe Chris? Cina mom poor everybody walking out of Trump rally has behind your back folks, locking everybody. Joe they wouldn't even use the metal handcuffs. They'd have to use the sip ties because they'd have to when I was with the PD. If we had a lot of arrests like on those prostitution John missions you arrest like twenty thirty people you bring the Patty wagon, bringing the Patty wagons in get the sip dies people walk it on zip ties everybody it reminds. You know, what it is? We have reminds me of that movie Pink Floyd the wall, remember Pink Floyd the wall. There was a movie Bob Geldof is in it at the end that the concert. They just started arresting everybody at the concert. Yeah. I could see that at the Trump rallies. They start just pulling people out like Saddam Hussein style. What happened you said locker up, sir? That tastes speech. What hell this choline God here to countries collapsing. We have pressed people now who they don't believe in freedom of the press anymore. They believe Joe I had a underlined his freedom of the lamps. That's their new thing. There's no freedom of the price. Freedom of the lips. If you are not a lib, and you don't say liberal things and and prostrate yourself in front of liberal ideology. You ought to be locked up for taking it opposite opposing political position thousands. This is amazing will die thousands thousands will die if they don't do it. This is a this is supposed to be a respected journalist. Now. I played that clip in total because there were two parts to. Yeah. The first had actually went in reverse, but we had to play that the sect the first part was interesting too because she asked him Komi Christiane Amanpour if he's concerned at all about an investigation into his behavior. We have a piece up at Bongino dot com about this today as well. And the answer, ladies and gentlemen is. Yes, Komi is terrified. Commes got a lot of liability here, folks, a segue here from this stupidity of that question. The journalism locker up stuff to the gym Komi problem. Let's call it. Call me. He's got issues and komo's worried right now, and despite the brave face or pseudo brave face commes putting on he is in a world of trouble. Now, I want to relate this to a piece by Victor Davis Hanson, which will put up in a second. That is staggeringly good is in my show notes today again up at the website. And if you subscribe to Email, it's called the tables, turn in the Russian collusion on I need you to read this piece because it's so good. 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Check it out brickhouse nutrition dot com slash Dan, feel the greens. All right back to the Komi question. What is Jim Komi worried about? Why is he freaking out? Why all these ridiculous pseudo? Brave outbursts on CNN. I'm not afraid of anything bring on. I'd rather testify daylight. Of course, you would because you wanna make a public spectacle with the hope that you'll switch liberal political leaders just your side, which will push the press to defend you. That's the only reason he wants to do that. Before we get to that point to make sense. I'm Jim Komi only wants to testify in public and not behind closed doors because he wants to bash the president in front of the cameras with the hope that the media will defend him, which will create political pressure to leave him bo-bo alone. Because he's worried about a couple of particular things number one got it. I I don't want to beat this dead horse. But Jim combs worried about the woods procedure. We've talked about it a thousand times just quickly. They walked in the FIS the corporate fake information. Everybody knows it's fake the dossier. They know that's fake. They know it's fake because the Muller probe concluded it was fake. That was the only allegation of collusion is in the dossier Muller said, no collusion. Therefore dossiers fake. The woods procedure says that before you walk into the Pfizer court. You have to sign off that the information is true Komi. In fact, was the FBI director when that woods procedure wasn't place. Meaning they signed off on information that was false. Problem. Number two for Jim Komi a series of leaks at the FBI which both Andy McCabe. Jim Baker two of his two of his lieutenants is top lieutenants is deputy director and his legal counsel are under investigation for right now. Criminally criminal leaks of classified information to the media. Jim Komi was their boss. Did he authorize those leaks? We'll see. Finally, Victor Davis Hanson has a tremendous piece put up before it's an American greatness today. It is definitely worth your time. The gist of the peace, ladies and gentlemen. A double down on is that Jim Jim Komi has testified. Upwards of two hundred and forty five times in front of congress and multiple times has insinuated intimated or directly said things that are not true. One of them, which he said under which he said in congress, he said and congress which is going to be devastating to him. Is that they closed the Hilary Clinton Email investigation after they interviewed her his own notes now dictate the opposite. This is in the HP's Victor Davis Hanson, which is worth your time. Jim Komi isn't a world of trouble, ladies and gentlemen, now in the Victor Davis Hanson piece because I've covered this extensively. Sweet. I'm not going to go through each one of them. But he goes through how every one of the people involved in this are in a world of trouble. Jim Clapper, Susan Rice. Samantha power John Brennan, Jim Komi, Andy McCabe. They're all in a world of trouble. They have either said things that have been proven categorically false. They have signed off on on masking which their name where names are attached to which now they're claiming they didn't sign off on. They are all in a world of trouble. I've covered that ad nauseam. The point. I wanna make your before I move onto my next story here. Is there should be no quarter? Ladies and gentlemen. There is a brewing movement in the Republican party amongst the let's call them the moderate class. I'm being generous by that description, by the way to just let this go and focus on the economy for reelection. No. That is a bad idea. That is a horrible idea. There will be no quarter. There will be no mercy. The judicial system will be used legally. Unlike the Democrats, I'm not advocating extraju judicial or extra legislative or or extra constitutional powers to anyone. But if you lied to an FBI agent that is fair game. If you lied under oath that is fair game. If you leak classified information that is fair game. There will be no mercy. If any of you after listening in congress your staffers that listen, I one of the advantages of this show. I think in contrast other shows I've run before have run for office. We didn't win, but we were out there. Running a couple of states. I have a pretty good flavor for what the political environment is. And I'm still an activist at heart. I still keep contact with many people in the activist community. I go out and actually talk to people in the real world, and candidly, I'm not famous enough that I live in a bubble. Which is great. I've got enough notoriety that we make a nice living. And I love my show and our influence, but I'm not Sean Hannity. I can actually go out in public and talk to people, you know, without getting mobbed by twenty million people at a time. I see what people are talking about. Folks. They are furious about this furious. It is issue. Number one amongst the conservative base that is going to go out and volunteer at vote for you in the twenty twenty election. You must you absolutely must the Trump administration members of congress and the department of Justice perch pursue Justice to the end, nobody will be given any mercy on this. There will be no let's move along. There will be no pardoning of Nixon, none of it. Everyone who is involved in. This must go down legally the right way. But there will be you, listen, I'm just gonna warm one last time. And I'm going to move on. I'm telling you, I have my finger on the pulse of this. Like, no other issue Paul, and I put our personally mail out there info at Bongino dot com, because we like reading your emails because one we like feedback on the show it makes it better. But to we know exactly what you're thinking how because you tell us every day in hundreds of emails we read. People will be furious. People will die. People. Do you have that guy play birdie? Will die. People will be very well die. But they will be furious. If you do not pursue this. If Komi lied. He's going down if McCabe lied if Rosenstein light all of them, they will suffer the same legal legal fate that you imposed immorally and unethically upon Mike Flynn and others. Do not make the mistake of underestimating the anger in the conservative base about how Justice was abused. When it came to Republicans and Trump and now everybody seems to be getting a pass on the democrat side. There's also a I saw an op Ed in the Wall Street Journal the other day saying, you know, we shouldn't really push for prosecution of the Clinton team. We should let it go with all due respect, my friend. Alan Dershowitz, a nice guy. Wh-why talked to in green rooms, all the time brilliant legal legal analyst, he wants to let it go to. We shouldn't criminalize politics. No. We're not criminalizing politics, your, we're criminalizing criminality, Mrs Clinton broke the law. Nobody's above the law. They all need to be prosecuted. Do not on the rest of mate the base year. These are people who work for a living. These are people building houses mopping floors saving lives in hospitals out there in patrol cars. Putting out fires. As firemen ripping out plumbing system is as plummeted ten knockers steel workers carpenters. Steam fetters. These are people who work for a living. They feel like the Justice system has crapped all over them that the country doesn't represent them anymore while a bow tie wearing flog ri- eating class of elitist limousine. Liberal snobs sit there and trounce all over us all the time and get away with everything. The constitutional Republic matters because of fidelity to a constitution. We believe applies to all of us. Ladies and gentlemen, nobody believes that anymore. We'll start believing it when the elites the flog raw snobs the sushi eaters at lunchtime. I love sushi social the fog riders at lunchtime. When they start getting a flexi cuffs to and the Patty wagons. Like, you impose upon Manafort and everybody else, then well, maybe believe that Fidelity's law matters because it's not the law, if it's entirely, discretionary and absolves political elites of any responsibility to obey the law at all. Disgrace. All right. I just want to cover this story quickly. Chuck Ross another phenomenal story up at the daily caller about George Soros. This guy's name just keeps creeping up everywhere. And as I told you last week reports in the show notes today. Please check it out again, Chuck Ross daily caller. Soros's name just keeps popping up all over the place. Now as I explained you in his show last week. You know, you're over the target with liberals always every time. This is the barometer link your finger put it up to the wind. The wind is blowing. When you start to hear that you're racing. Your phobia of Sajjan issue, aren't they urine Islamaphobia trans-phobia, homophobia? We remember we we call. It's the phobic phobia folks that the it's the phobic phobia fobel line that comes out whenever you're over the target with the Democrats every single time. Yep. Now as the Soros stories are starting to break and get to the details of this in a second. I've noticed an increase in traffic by the lunatics stalkers at media matters. Anytime you mentioned source. You must be an Eddie semi because he happens to be Jewish. These stories have absolutely nothing to do. With George Soros is religion. At all. Matter of fact, I only found out George Soros was Jewish because of these nonsensical articles by media matters. These are fact stories about Soros money being filtered to organizations that are running anti-trump research that was used in the dossier to I believe illegally spy on innocent. American citizens, headliner the peace. Firms tied the fusion GPS Christopher Steele will pay three point eight million dollars buy Soros back room. Here's a couple of takeaways from this piece, which are just staggering Soros. Let me just say, I why the problem I. Joe, it's not breaking news. George Soros funds. Liberal groups that want to attack Republicans. Okay. That's not the news. The news here is that these Soros back groups, the democracy integrity project and others. That these groups are already admitting Dan Jones who runs one of these groups former Dianne Feinstein staffer they're admitting that they're so purpose show is to give information to the FBI and to feed stories to the media. In other words, think about this. Why is you're probably putting together why this is an issue. So you now have a liberal mega donor who is running basically, the editorial news pages of mass media outlets. Read the piece they talk about how Dan Jones fed a piece to Reuters. So George Soros is running the news organizations that are supposed to be giving us, the facts not opinion. And he's there groups are feeding information to the FBI. So now kinks conservative groups do that. Do we have that avenue? So conservative groups worth millions of dollars. Get what an instant liaison and the FBI to go prosecute liberals. Oh, two story that would be if that was happening. Folks. That's why this is a problem are listened to me the takeaways are media and law enforcement apparatus apparat Barata's in the country is being weaponized by liberal mega donors. No, no. But let's focus on the coke brothers. The mayor. You know, the liberals they can't stand the coke brothers that they give the libertarian causes. But yet the fact that George Soros money is managing to be filtered down to groups weaponising lawn forcement and the media gets Republicans. Nobody seems to care about that. Let's go to take away number one. From the peace you go. This nonprofit group partially funded by Soros's from this Jukka Chuck Ross peas paid firms tied to fusion GPS and Christopher Steele more than three point eight million dollars in two thousand seventeen Joe to provide research and analysis to dreaded air courts again government entities. Now, why is this a big deal because Hillary Clinton's campaign to Perkins? We only paid them a million. Think about this, ladies and gentlemen. Soros's group that he was funding provided three times the funding to investigate Trump and feed the information to government entities, excuse me. Then Hillary Clinton did herself. You see where this is the problem? Now, let me be clear. Crystal clear, there is nothing illegal or even unusual about liberal people like Soros, donating money to liberal causes that attack conservatives conservative groups, do it too. However, folks, again, keep the lead in mind, there is something very unusual about providing three times the funding to investigate Trump and feed the information to government entities. Government works for the people allegedly. Not for George Soros is money group. Takeaway number two, this group that democracy integrity project run by Dan Jones. Former Senator Dianne Feinstein staffer liberal Democrat Feinstein Jones is also working with Adam Waldman. Adam Waldman, who's also working with Christopher Steele. We have a piece up on the screen. You can read yourself a snippet on the YouTube dot com slash Bongino. But the takeaway here is so you have this former democrat staffer working with the dossier author providing information to the media and government entities. Who's also working with this guy? Waldman. This lawyer who all by the way, Joe also was working with Oleg Dera, pasta oligarchy tied at the hip to flat. Amir putin. I thought colluding with Russians was bad now. But involves Democrats Soros, money and information being fed to government entities. I can't say that enough. Okay. Okay. Cool. It's all cool to see Joe Santo. Oh, cool. Just against Democrats. Good. Just like what are we worried about? What's the point of? It's of course. It's allowed Democrats colluding with Russians and Russian connected people. It's all good. Thank you. You said that that was one of the best lines. You ever had you? Yeah. Okay. Oh, good. Very good. Well done their job. Final takeaway from the piece before I move on. So as we discussed during yesterday's show the deep connections to the Atlantic Council. The Atlantic Council and Berra's MMA which hired Joe Biden's kid. The Atlantic Council and Evelyn Farkas who blocked me on Twitter. That's hysterical. Oh, gee works. He's the lady who basically. Yes, she blocked me on throughout funny is at the Atlantic Council and donor Viktor Pinchuk was a big Clinton foundation donor, how the Atlantic Council people on the Atlantic Council board were involved with the the animal analyzing of the hack. The Atlantic council's knee deep in all of this. It's basically this group of a lot of far left these and rhino Republicans that I believe was intimately involved in knee deep in a lot of the goings on during this whole scandal. This is sterile from the Chuck Ross peace democracy integrity projects links. This is this group funded by source to Istok associates had not been previously reported the company's founders Neil Barnett, a former journalist who has recently investigated possible Russian influence. Brexit campaign his killer Joe bar net. Co authored a report released on October seventeen twenty eighteen for the Atlantic Council. A Washington DC think-tank with focused on this British businessmen. Barnett also suggested isn't that report Joe for the Atlantic Council that the Trump campaign received millions of dollars in elicit donations possibly from foreign adversaries Barnett's argument, by the way, it's ridiculous. It's so stupid that the small donations were coming from farms folks, again, every this is a that the swamp runs deep you can listen to yesterday show for a full recounting of the Atlantic council's role in this. But don't you find that odd? Soros's money goes to the democracy integrity project, it then gets shuttled over to this talk associates where this guy that used to work at the Atlantic Council, which is knee deep in a lot of this produces a report suggesting Trump is colluding with the Russians to small donors. It's just utterly absurd. That people keep falling for the stupid. The stupid is deepen wideness. Case. All right. Our last sponsor, a great company just got off this thing feel terrific because I love it. 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I didn't cover yesterday intentionally the creepy uncle Joe stuff because you know, it's tough to add anything so weird. But being that I've been covering it on FOX lately, and I didn't appearance on Hannity last night. I got a lot of positive feedback on. I wanted to quickly address touchy feely close talker jolt, and why this is going to be an image problem. I don't think it's catastrophic. If he runs for president because he's a democrat, and they get away with ever they want. There's probably going to be over with. I think it's Ukraine stuff. But let me just address this article the watching examiner up at the show. Two more women accused creepy Joe. The headlines. Two more women accused Joe Biden of inappropriate physical interactions by Caitlyn corral. Interesting piece. Here's a couple takeaways from this. Here's why it's going to be a problem. Folks, liberals ushered in a new series of rules, liberals and conservatives conservatives I said this last night on Hannity I said at the night before and Laura Ingram beyond Lou Dobbs tonight. Seven p on FOX business. Those are always great hits by the way me and Lou usually just shred it was going you might want to watch that seven o'clock on FOX business eastern time. Liberals ushered in these roles. Conservatives Joe, can you agree you, and I both have been entirely consistent that the hour. The conservatives conservatives out there libertarians and Denver some Democrats who still believe in the constitutional Republic believe that. Victims of sexual harassment or alleged victims are entitled to be heard absolutely entitled to be respected. And their allegations are to be taken seriously and investigated MAC gonna give you the I have two daughters line because it does I am a human being. I don't wanna see other people abuse it. You don't have to be my daughter for me to say to you. That's just not right. If some dudes putting their midst on you. I don't I've said that before, but I wanna get away because that doesn't matter, you know, I'm a human being, and you should have empathy for others. There's a woman out there guys putting their mid solo and really inappropriately. This is not something any conservative supports. The problem is here we live in a country where people are entitled to due process. The liberals want that rule changed to women are to be believed period. The dreaded full stop. That's their rule. You heard maisy Hirono Senator from Hawaii Liberal Democrats say, yeah, men should shut up. Women are to be believed. No matter what. That was the cavenaugh rule. Yeah. That was the Trump rule anytime in allegation women are to be believed. Folks that is not the conservative rule. The conservative rule is this evidence is to be believed. Now, the problem liberals are going to have we creepy. Joe's touching. He's the close talker. Dude. He's not everybody hates to close talker. I can't stand the close talker. If you meet me in public, I'll I will talk to you forever. But I can't stand the close talker, dude. And the close talker. Like, Joe, Biden, it grabs your elbows, don't do it. I'm I'm shooting a double leg takedown on you. I do not want you grabbing my elbows. Nobody's done that. I'm being serious. I've never had any with. But please don't it's weird. Just Joe's the elbow grubber. There isn't a video out there of him doing this the Hillary. He's getting off a plane. She's in a blue pantsuit, and he grabs her with the double elbow, and she looks like she would pay anything to get away from this guy. She's like, she's I can see like she doesn't know how to do the arm shiver because you know, the ship Joel. The secret service. They call it the unbend -able arm. We use the unbend of alarm you try to push people away. She's but she sees the cameras are, oh, she's like this. She's trying to create this. I wish I could stand up. She's like, all right. I'm going to back away from the micro. This is what I've never done this. She's like this or here's creepy. Joe? Right. So the hips are closed. So you can't get away at the hips because she leans in at the face. I think she's afraid Joe's gonna like plant a wet one hundred cheek or something. So she decides she's going to back away top the top part. And pretend you gotta lean in the front. So she's like this. In the face and the face to create more distance. I know you're having a hard time to create more distance us when she does with the face because if face on like this, it's no she's like. Desperately trying to get away from creepy. Joe? She can't get away from this guy. Quicken them. Roll over. Thank you rolled over. My. She can't get away from creepy. Joe quick enough. What? What's not allowed? Me row. The Paul is like policy side. Stop moving a mess over now. If you see the video with it. Here's the problem. Joe Biden, Joe fails on both the conservative and the liberal tests Lord. I don't know where he finds his stuff. I have no idea did Joe, I really don't he fails on both fronts on the Liberal Front. If the rule is women are to be believed period. Full stop. No further is needed then Lucy, Florez and others and the two additional women coming out and accusing Joe Biden of creepy touching aren't to be believed period that Joe that's their rule. Is it not? Yes. So they said. It means Joe Biden's, creepy and touches people inappropriately if the liberal rule is true. So according to liberal standard number one, Joe Biden is in a lot of trouble, and is a creepy toucher and it close talker. Secondly, under the conservative rule evidence is to be believed. Evidence is everywhere. It's creepy. The guys always he's captain Hansie. He's always like, hey, let me rub your show. There's meeting about who smells people's hair does that I don't even like smell, my wife's hair like Bala. Let me smell your hair today. I'm Paul did. You not say this to me yesterday. She's like the hair smelling thing is creepy like be. I don't know. I don't get. What is what are you smell what his hair smell like aqua net? What are you do? Hold on. Let me get in there. What do you got an air? You got some crew. House like hamburgers. I mean. What is that? Were you went to five guys got light Shapur lace to your hair? What is he doing? What a creepy, dude. You don't people's. So according to the conservative rule, which is evidence is to be believed. Then Joe Biden's creepy too. So. While I don't think it's catastrophic for his campaign if he used to run for president. I think the Ukraine stuff is on a serious note. I do think it's going to create a lot of problems for him because nobody wants to be the creepy guy and under the two roles of creepy nece. He fails both. He's a hair smeller. That's just freaking weird, dude. That's just weird. Don't be the double elbow grabber and don't be decree p hair smeller just don't do in. There's a delivers wanted Wanadoo rules. Just I gotta tell you one moment I've ever agreed with Nancy Pelosi. Treat everybody like they have a cold. I just got over a cold. You probably heard my voice was a little different yesterday. So I'm a little the stuffed up today too. But I feel good don't worry. I know I told you. I'd never do a show if I felt bad. Pelosi said it right? You've never going to hear me say that again, Nancy Pelosi said Joe Biden s to treat everybody like they have a cold every Jaren I'm good don't these me. Obey the seven foot rule. We learned in a police academy. Twenty-one feet is the safe distance for a sharp dead Joe weapon attack. That's the Joe Biden now twenty one feet away from everyone don't shake hands. Don't go near anyone and you'll be okay. Creepy. Joe? No, I don't feel bad for him. Either. Folks. I'm sorry. People out there. I see a lot of these moderate Republicans Josie nice guy does a lot of charity work jar soda. We. So do we the guys the guys bragging council of foreign relations thing that he got a prosecutor fired in Ukraine who's alleged to be investigating companies and son and his son's involvement supposed to what votament for president because he donated a charity break, man, he'll donate to charity. A lot of us to you know, it doesn't mean you should be elected president, right crazy. All right. Couple of news stories I want to get out there today. One on ObamaCare. Listen, I. We used to be heavy on ObamaCare in this show. But I gotta tell you. I am losing my mind other. So a lot of Washington Examiner stuff today Susan for each show as a piece of the Washington Examiner today about basically, how Republicans are steamroll and Trump on ObamaCare. I'm sorry. David Drucker, Republicans steamrolled Trump on ObamaCare, it's up on the YouTube. Now, you could see the headline, ladies and gentlemen. This is just outrageous. What is going on here? Let me just frame it this way. Obamacare will not work because it can't work and the problem with ObamaCare now, and these weak spineless gutless Republicans who took our money our time who we volunteered for and are now blocking Trump on any significant ObamaCare reform, but then we don't have the house. I don't care. Explain to the American people. Why ObamaCare is a failure. They refused to do it they refuse. Therefore, you have to come to shows like this to get information to debate your liberal friends on ObamaCare, there are two central core components of ObamaCare, which will doom this thing to failure. No matter what happens. Obamacare will not work because it can't work because of two things regular listeners. You've heard this before Trump is right. This needs to go. Obamacare is bedrock in something called community rating and guaranteed issue community. Rating dictates the prices, you can charge to older people and younger people on a ratio. Why won't this work? Ladies and gentlemen, because the ratio is wrong. It dictates that you cannot charge older Americans more than three times what you charge basically younger Americans. What's the problem there? Dan, the problem is older Americans consume more healthcare. At a rate Joe of not three to one but five to one will do. Well, what's the problem with that the problem with and this is why I can't get over these younger people at support ObamaCare? You're the ones getting screwed. The problem folks is that older Americans who consume more healthcare are also wealthier than younger Americans. Joe is this breaking news on the show. Let me ask you a quick Joe. Not a train. Okay. Okay. Are you wealthier than your son who I loved to death little Joe or as little Joe wealthier than you? I believe that I'm prompt. I'm wealthier than Joe is. Yeah. Yes. Thank you not at trick. Now. Now, I have a fifteen year old daughter. My promise you I have more assets and wealth than she does. Yeah. Why is my fifteen? Well, not fifty but you she's not in the ObamaCare market yet. But you get my point why are twenty year olds being forced to subsidize the expenses of older Americans. You cannot charge someone three dollars of. I'll do simple math because liberals have a tough time with this. If Republicans would explain this, the younger people, maybe they'd open their eyes, you are charging Americans three dollars older wealthier Americans for a product that costs five dollars. Therefore, Joe what's five minus three Joe not a trick. I know this is tough try to work this. Thank you. Bye. To to to to. Thank you. That was gonna choice Joe has figured out. You have to do this slow because liberals are listening, right? Five minus three is two. Meaning if you're charging older wealthier Americans three dollars for a product that costs five dollars. Then two dollars are missing. Where does that two dollars come from younger people who are paying two dollars more for healthcare? They're not even using and people in the individual market who are being destroyed. Why ladies and gentlemen, why do you think your premiums and your deductibles under ObamaCare through the roof because insurance companies want to piss you off? No, they're through the roof because you're subsidizing older people their healthcare, despite the fact that they have more assets. Now, if your take is. Hey, listen, all the Americans we should pay for their healthcare fine. Just be honest about it and stop lying run on the truth. Run on the truth. Hey, I'm Bernie Sanders. Running for president. I believe younger Americans should finance the medical costs of all their Americans. Even if they have the ability to pay fine. I will respect you like I respected. Matthew modine? You are wrong. What you're saying is wrong. It makes no economic sense. But I'll respect your honesty that is not what they're saying. They keep making pretend like ObamaCare is about pre existing conditions when it's not states have had protections for that before Obama Care for. There are tons of ways to do that. Writing off volunteer care by hospitals, and doctors state state laws Cobra there are tons of ways to do that without a massive federal program. Stop lying. I didn't forget my place. So point number one Obamacare's about community rating charging people three dollars for a product that costs five and asking younger people to pay the difference. The math doesn't work. Secondly, a key core component of ObamaCare is guaranteed issue. Even worse. What does that mean? It means that not only are we charging people three dollars for a product that costs five and asking younger people to pay the difference. We're telling younger people that are supposed to pay the difference show. That you don't even have to pay. Until you get sick. Yeah. That's right. In other words, a guaranteed issue means almost any time. Under ObamaCare younger anyone as a matter of fact, can go and get insurance that ain't insurance because now there's no individual mandate for not having it. So that's like saying Joe, I'm going to get a motorcycle. And I don't want to ensure it because it costs too much even though I'm paying the two dollars more for other People's Insurance using it supposedly. But I'm not going to get the motorcycle insurance Joe until I get in a motorcycle accident. And by the way after the insurance pays my medical bills for the accident. I'm going to cancel said insurance. Hey, go. Folks, you do the math you're asking younger healthier people. To pay the two dollars for a five dollar product. You're only charging people three dollars for. And then you're telling him don't bother paying it until you get sick too. So you cost us twenty dollars for the two dollars your pay. There is that is ObamaCare in eight minutes, and what thirty seven seconds on my timer. That's ObamaCare community rating and guaranteed issue undercharging for a product that is super expensive. And then telling the people you want to pay for the undercharged prices for other people don't worry don't pay. You get sick either. Therefore, you'll cost us a fortune to that's ObamaCare. Trump is right again Republican frauds a wrong, if you would just explain this to the American people, it would make sense that is in look it up community rating guaranteed issue. It's a fraud. Just be honest. All right, folks. Thanks for tuning really, appreciate it. You all are awesome. Our audience this week has gone crazy. Yeah. I have to simple requests for your please. If you don't mind, please share our content, if you would mind our YouTube channel, YouTube dot com slash Bongino. 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Ep. 892 What Did They Know And When Did They Know It?

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Ep. 892 What Did They Know And When Did They Know It?

"Get ready to hear the truth about America on a show. That's not immune to the facts with your host. Dan, Bongino, five weather, Dan, Bongino, show producer, Joe, how are you today? So I'm doing good maybe Chipper in the morning Friday chose a Chipper guy because he was so used to getting up at like two o'clock in the morning. All right. Trump has changed the game on shutdown show to open up talking about that today. How this guy has been such a disruptor? And I mean that in a good way taking the status quo blowing his nose in it throwing it in the garbage and getting rid of the old swamp rat mentalities great piece. I read this morning about how he's even changed the game right now, not just on trade. Not just on economic not just on the economy, not just on court appointments, plowing ahead with cavenaugh. But he has now changed the game. This is fascinating Joe on how government shutdowns will work in the future. I get to that. I also have another. 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Holsters did it is a game changer there in the waistband wants range five dot com. Promo code Bongino for fifteen percent off. All right. Let's get right to it. First off Trump has changed the game on shutdowns. Interesting piece in the Wall Street Journal today about how the words creeping around in DC about how this guy who again is chronically underestimated by all his political opponents in the hack liberal activists in the mainstream media has managed to change the calculation on government shutdowns, what is he done? And why is it matter to you? Right. Well, as the Wall Street Journal reports today, he's doing everything in his power through OM, the office of management and budget to budget to make this partial government shutdown as painless as possible moving around money, making sure at least in the listen, I'm not you can fight this stuff. All you want just telling you what the story says Ma making sure some food stamp payments went out that national parks can stay open. They can charge fees for the national parks to keep them open. Now, why does this matter to you because think about this and relationship to the government shutdown the Obama administration? Remember, Joe Obama do Obama because he was vindictive. And so was in administration has administration. I wanted you to believe what show that government is the key component the central locus of control in your life that you should review your life should revolve around government financing thinking about paying about it loving it being at owning it that when the government shutdown in the Obama administration. He wanted to make sure it hurt and he wanted to make sure. Sure, you knew it. So you yet? Tomorrow uments baby shut him down. Remember them. Awful. I was down there. When that happened. I went down there member. I'm an activist that art I'm glad we have a show, but Moran for office. This stuff matters to me. I was down there at the World War Two memorial. When they the veterans fluent, and we're blocked blocked from an open air memorial. There was no reason to do that. But the abominate ministration was vindictive. They wanted to teach you a lesson. The American citizens who financed. This government disaster. We have now. TSA? He wanted to make sure TSA lines were long because this is what they do. Trump has changed. Everything. Trump has managed to move around money. Get his oh MB to move money around to make it not pain free. Folks. I'm not trying to minimize the effect on government employees. I just wanna be clear on this to ally was a government employee, and although I am a natural opponent of big government. Given my libertarian conservative constitutional tendencies, I've said repeatedly, and I mean, it this isn't some wacky virtue. Singling nonsense the secret service FBI the DA our border patrol guys people who work to get into work inside the government put the work boots on every day and go to work. They're not the problem. You know, the government's too big granted where the government a lot of a lot of these jobs shouldn't be. But the fact that people are working them doesn't make the people the problem. I just wanna be clear on that. So the people aren't getting checks who've emailed me, I hear you then and they've been very good. They've been like, listen, we're with you. We're willing to take on this fight. But I just want you to understand that. You know, missing paychecks is a big deal. And I got a lot of people from the private sector of said, hey, this has happened to me too. We've had businesses that have struggled. So I get it. There's a balance in this debate where we don't need to be looney tunes on either side of it. Unfortunately, the Democrats are always looney tunes on their side. The point I'm trying to make you is Trump has done everything in his power to make it as painless as possible where the Obama administration tried to make it painful. Why has this changed the game show because it's Kim strassel points out of the Wall Street Journal today. Now that we know what a government shutdown will look like when the government is doing its best to have these gleese the smallest footprint on the American citizens. It's going to be very difficult in the future. Joe you see her go with this Macron hack presidents who wanna make it painful. So you know, how government is important for you. It's gonna make it very difficult for them to emulate the Obama model again, are you picking up what I'm putting down. Please tell me you dig this is another example of Donald Trump again chronically underestimated by his political opponents every time who then comes out and gives them a backhand, a political backhand. You see now in the future. The media's going to have to have a really tough time justifying why the lines at TSA were three and four hundred percent longer. Why national parks were shut down because conservative media is just going to report. Well that didn't happen under the Trump administration. Are you doing this to hurt the American people? No, no, no, it's necessary. No, no. It's not necessary. No, no. It's not because we had a government shutdown in the Trump administration and the national parks were kept open. Remember that? I may choices. What was the laugh at a row jokes of the show? But I really don't know. I only see Joe's hand creeping towards this. I have no idea what he's going to play. I'm not kidding, folks. Not a setup he doesn't say before the show. Here are the hero. The drops. We're going gonna he does he just doesn't. But he did he made horrible choices. And now those choices are going to be highlighted in. What we would call the foil effect, right? You put it diamond on a black background that always looks shinier. Now, what are you going to have you're going to have this foil of the Trump administration with a government shutdown which can convenience this government workers? No doubt. But for the American people relatively speaking has not been deeply impactful. And now you're gonna have some democrat in the future. Trying to hammer you with long PSA lines shutdown national parks and are going to have to answer consistently at media briefings why they couldn't manage to keep the park's open. But the Trump administration could. Genius. Again. He beats these people at his own at their own game every single time every single time. All right, one quick note before I get to some really really incredible reporting by again, Chuck Ross and Jeff Carlson. You know this. This is a family friendly show, and we don't sell out our values here I want to sincerely. And I mean this from the bottom iheart is, you know, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg is is for as much as I disagree with political ideology. I think many of you do is is very ill. I think probably a little more ill than people are letting on. I've I've received a lot of emails pretty fascinating emails, you know, who you are from people in the medical profession describing what happened to her with. I guess the Najah walls and the lungs and how this is. This is a very serious. I think you know, maybe a little more serious and people be letting on wish her the best. I mean that, you know, I it's it'd be very unchristianlike even a know rural centers folks to be to be getting into this macabre conversation. But having said that it is a critical position. She is a supreme court Justice this powerful position. And I bring this up because I have an article. I read today legal insurrection about the output in the show notes as well. Which is a good one about how there is now a plan in place, which you're should be Joe, I wouldn't expect a democrat president to do the opposite. If a conservative leaning Justice was sick either. There is now a plan in place to nominate someone else in the event that Ruth Bader Ginsburg steps aside, if she does set aside Joe, I only bring this up. It's you know, it's a short story expect Amy Coney Barrett to likely be the nominee. She is a more than qualified judge who would who would admirably fill that spot in the supreme court and a morning you now you think Cavanaugh was ugly. You think or sick was ugly and the changing of the of the Senate rules to to blow past the democrat filibuster. Ladies and gentlemen, the Democrats are already planning you are going to see it's gonna make cavenaugh look like a cakewalk strap yourself in baby. Oh my gosh. It's going to look like a Saturday at Chuck. Cheeses. Okay, is going to be a disaster. Because think about this. You will now have changed the composition ideologically of the court for potentially a generation Amy Conybeare is relatively young Kavanagh's young gore as young roberts's young. Even though he hasn't been with us on everything lido's young Clarence Thomas is you know, is not is not he's he's not young. But he's not, you know, bring chicken. No, no. I think he would knowledge at too, but ladies and gentlemen, this is going to be I'm telling you it is going to be ugly. You can expect a massive protests. Just like you did cavenaugh only large. They will consider this some kind of existential fight. And one more and more quick thing. I want to spend a lot of time on this. Because I don't have a lot of color to add to it. And you can get a lot of this of the news. But remember, this is a nother checkmark against the never Trump crowd. The people who signed onto the never Trump movement and still stick to it is a lot of people. I get it objected the Trump and later on came around, including some friends of mine who saw what he did on the economy and regulations on justices and having knowledge that he has been whether you agree with him personally, not a very conservative president. If he gets to appoint another a third supreme court Justice in two years, folks, the argument for being a never-trumper during the election and still to this day makes you look like a complete moron. You look like a fool Hillary Clinton would have had three three supreme court justices. Give us all. Yeah. Can I know can you imagine? In addition in addition to the hundreds of openings on the district and the circuit courts as well. Remember, their what eight hundred forty five judges in the country at the federal level by the time. Trump leaves his first term if he gets everybody appoint that he's going to have a point that almost a quarter of them. Can you imagine how bad it would be? All right. Let me get into this. I don't even know where to start because both of these stories are. So let me start with Chuck Ross's piece. I in the daily caller is the mustering, man. This guy did tell you. They knock it out of the park. Let me get to the headline. I the Russians are coming. The Russians are. Chuck has uncovered a connection here between the a group with as some as according to his report that has some funding by Soros, George Soros, and liberal activists and another group coordin- called new knowledge. So that the microscope integrity project and new knowledge with which were working with the Senate select committee on intelligence getting data from social media companies about Russian disinformation efforts. This is in his piece. Why does this matter to you, ladies and gentlemen? Because one of the group's founders that's receiving some some money from these liberal groups and known liberal activists is Dan Jones. Dan Jones is the staffer for try to follow me. I'll tie this up for you. Don't worry, and I'll keep it umbrella view, but I need to give you the Dietz here. If you don't have the Dietz stories that can make sense the group that was working with the Senate select committee on intelligence to uncover Russian disinformation efforts using social media. One of the group's founders was working as a staffer for Dianne Feinstein, a liberal Democrat on the committee left to found the group. The group they were working with new knowledge is the same group. That's been implicated in the Alabama Senate race scandal for planting fake stories about Russian support of the Republican ROY Moore. Now now now that out now what's crazier is the same group that the moxie integrity project, not so aptly name founded by Dan Jones, former democrat staffer. Is the same group that hired fusion GPS Hillary's hit squad on Trump during spy gate after Trump was elected, and after the controversy about fusion GPS hired them to continue the Russia gate thing against Donald Trump folks think about this right under stamina tie together for but these little these deeds report. So the democracy integrity projects getting liberal activists money it's being run by a liberal who worked for Diane Feinstein who sits on the Senate committee on intelligence. This liberal group is working with the select committee on intelligence to continue the rush investigation despite being funded by liberals and run by a liberal who worked for a liberal who sat on the committee. It's now uncovering Chuck Russ's piece that they had some symbiotic work efforts with a company called new knowledge that has now been implicated in a major scandal in Alabama that claim that ROY Moore the Republican running for Senate against Doug Jones was being supported by a bunch of Russians that was fake. It was one of these false flag operations. It was fake. It's now note the buffet they started a bunch of fake social media accounts under the guise that they were rushing. Social media counts. Joan and followed ROY Moore to say look the Republicans supported by the Russians. Russians are coming to Russians are coming. The Russians are coming. Why is this story important, folks? Because it's a story about the media. It's not a story about the democracy integrity, project, new knowledge, ROY Moore or anyone else. The Democrats have figured out that the goons and the media the liberal activists hacks in the media are susceptible to this Russia's story, and we'll run with it despite any evidence whatsoever that the Russians are actually supporting Republicans. Copy me here, please that they figured this out. The media loves this story, despite the fact that there's no evidence. So instead of making the story go away, even after they were exposed Russia gate, spy gate, all of this stuff. They continue to double down on this. Russia's story. Trying to tie the Russians to ROY Moore and trying to continue the Russia investigation with the Senate committee on intelligence with the same staffers who were working with with the same company fusion GPS, which fabricated the dossier in the first place. Couple band. You would give up they give up the dossier was exposed as a hoax. Christopher Steele was outed for for promoting false information in the dossier. Glenn Simpson is on the record telling conflicting stories about when he was working with the FBI when he wasn't the Russia hoax was completely exposed the spying operations exposed and the very same guy on the Senate committee on intelligence staff. Dan Jones was working with Dianne Feinstein sitting on that committee is continuing to work with fusion GPS after the election to continue to promote the Russia hoax. Why? Because the media refuses to call them out. They love the story. And they hate Trump. Not only did they continue the Russian investigation afterwards as Ross's piece points out in the caller. They tried the same thing on ROY Moore the same thing ROY Moore. Look he's being followed by Russians. Russia's and the media will gleefully. Picked it up now in their defense. Because again, we're fair here. But we try to be and if we're not listen, call us out. That's fine. But the New York Times to their credit did do an expose on the ROY Moore story. In other words, that this was a fake operation that these were not rushing supporting ROY Moore, these were Democrats supporting ROY Moore and democrat activists claiming it was Russians you track and Joe they were fake, Twitter, accounts and social media cats. Look these Russians are following. What was the what was the Facebook account? Most Cova piva CBA governor for why do I question, I know for spending some time over there right this. I don't know a lot of rush. But was that it those were the pages piva as a beer at taken restaurant? Those where your pages you couldn't have done a better. They were faked they were set up by Democrats and why because they know large swats of the media, including the New York Times with exposed it will continue to promote the Russia hoax because they can't stand. Donald trump. Doc. Now, it gets better. I got so much. I hope I'm the zip accent. So far Jodie Meeks. Buzzy talk getting done. This is quite entertaining. Do oh it's great the member. The gist of the story is the Democrats have figured out the media will run with Russia story. So they just keep using it. They're still working with fusion GPS, the same people after the election to Habur this guy, and he's still using the model on ROY Moore. Now, doubling down on this. Who is Dan Jones that's running this group doing all this that democracy integrity, project, working with new knowledge and other company that was involved in Alabama thing who were they communicating with who is he on known text messages now communicating with this this ties into yesterday's show. Remember it yesterday show? I told you the whole thing about Paul Manafort that the New York Times fake news story that all Paul Manafort was communicating with Oleg Dera pasta, this Russian oligarch about polling data in the Trump team, and he was a campaign manager collusion. Well, the New York Times issued a massive correction. Suggesting that it wasn't Manafort communicating with Russians. He was in fact, communicating with Ukrainians fine unsavory. Can we agree? Joe? Yeah. What not Russian collusion tautological by nature? If he's giving information to Ukrainians about polling data with large large swath of it, which will publicly available, by the way, not excusing it. I'm just giving you the facts. Then that's hard to categorize his Russian collusion unless you think Ukraine is part of Russia. It's not maybe the media needs a geography lesson or a history less. But what's worse about this? Is there a pasta who is was a former business partner to Manafort hired a lobbyist named Adam Waldman? Adam Waldman's text messages are damning. So this Russian who they're so worried about manafort's connections to hires a lobbyist this same lobbyist is working with the guy. Joe Dan Jones who started the company that's been promoting this Russia hoax and was working with the company that stood that reengaged Russia hoax in the Alabama Senate race. Here's from Chuck Ross's piece that it you gotta read this. This is awesome stuff. Waldman the lobbyists hired by the Russian the Democrats think is a problem there are pasta. But they only think he's a problem when he's attached to Manafort, right? From his piece Waldman also provided text messages from March seventeen twenty seventeen in which Dan Jones said the democracy integrity project helped plant itchy Trump news stories. In other words, the dossiers already been debunked. It's March of two thousand seventeen Joe we know it's a hoax. Trump is the president. And Dan Jones who leaves the democrat staff on the Senate is still planting these stories here's a quote from Jones and a text our team helped with this Jones wrote to Waldman linking to a Reuters article about Russian investment in Florida properties owned by President Trump. Waldman. Also exchanged messages with Warner. Mark warner. Yeah. The same. Mark Warner democrat on the Senate committee on intelligence Senate select committee on intelligence this corrupt committee. So the lobbyists working with the Russian. We've been told us a problem there, a pasta is texting a democrat Senator Warner suggesting that Virginia Democrat that mourner was in close contact with Jones so Waldman who's working for the troubled Russian again. There's only trouble when he's connected to metaphor the lobbyists working for the Russian. It's texting a Virginia Democrat Senator on a committee investigating Trump texting him that. Hey, I'm in close contact with Dan Jones who is paying fusion GPS to continue the Russia hoax. This crazy we've officially entered crazy town in April twenty fifth twenty seventeen. Text message to Warner Waldman said Christopher Steele the hoax dossier author. Had told him Dan Jones is coming to see you. So now the author of the hoax. Christopher Steele is telling the lobbyists working for the troubled Russian, who's only trouble when he's connected to Manafort steel, told Waldman that Dan Jones is coming to see you talking to the in other words, the democrat former staffer is coming to see the Democrats center. What were they doing? I got an answer for you. Right. Think Ross knows. But he leaves it with this. He says the interactions between the democrat Senator Mark war Warner Adam Waldman, again, the lobbyists Christopher Steele hoax dossier, author I'm adding a little bit here. And Dan Jones remain one of the enduring puzzles of the Senate select committee on intelligence Russia probe. The committee has refused to discuss the matter. Folks, it's obvious. What's going on here? It's obvious and I'm going to tie in two pieces right now. The Senate select committee on intelligence, which was investigating this whole alleged Russian collusion thing from the Senate side is stacked with soft the Republicans and anti-trump vitriolic Democrats people like Richard Burr on the Republican side Rubio's on the committee who's been, you know, very squishy on this and on the democrat side, you had Dianne Feinstein no longer, but you have Mark Warner and others. They can't stand Trump. What do you think was going on here? Joe? One of the staffers on that committee, Dan Jones, working for Dianne Feinstein, clearly was working with outside groups while on the committee, fusion, GPS and others. It is now clear as day to funnel anti Trump information somewhere. Where? I get to that in a second. Jones after Trump is elected. Remember, Joe, they never think Trump is gonna is gonna win. Right. After Trump is in a stunning victory is elected president elect on election on election day. The Senate select committee on intelligence knowing it's deep involvement in what are likely felony leaks of information classified information panics. In that panic Joe what do they need to do? They need to make sure Trump is impeach than a special counsel investigation. Started immediately to keep the attention on Donald Trump to cover up their misdeeds. A senior staffer on that team who's been involved in all of this then leaves because he'll have more flexibility goes and works for a multi-million dollar funded by liberal activists, including according to Russ some Soros money in there, a group called a democracy integrity project, which then continues the Russia hoax investigation, knowing it's a hoax, by the way with the sole effort to keep a steady flow of Russia's stories going to a compliant media that will eat it up put it out in the media and keep the attention on Donald Trump, the whole time commenced the resist. Yes, sir. And the effort is so successful Joe. So that they emulate the model and the Alabama special election against ROY Moore, you got it. Now, what's the breaking news? And the piece we already knew about the Alabama thing. Apparently, this was done in twenty eighteen midterms to these people have. To try to keep it family for. They have nerve. We'll leave it at that. You almost have to like be in awe in the most disgusting way of the Democrats nerve on this. They try the Russia thing once it doesn't work. They try twice in Alabama. It works there. Then they try to get into mid terms. Despite the fact everybody knows what they're doing. Folks, read the piece it is. Absolutely damning. But a couple of the pointers. I want to bring out in this. Now does the prosecution the light prosecution of James wolf and the Feinstein release of of Glen Simpson's testimony makes sense. To some of you right now, you're together. Some of you were new and haven't been listening to a lot of this is in my book. It'll make sense if you read it spy gate, but. I'll explain it to you quickly because I want to move onto Carlson's piece. Joe this makes all the sense in a world. Now, right James Wolfe was the staffer on the Senate select committee and intelligence who was prosecuted for false statements to the FBI. The prosecution and the statements he made were the alleged false where that he had that he had not been in contact with reporters about information. Now, does it make sense? The Senate select committee on intelligence was likely using this guy to leak information to the media to keep the heat on Donald Trump. And he was there conduit. Why why now it makes sense they were probably using wolf? Because remember at one point wolf's attorney remember what he was prosecuted for folks follow me here. He was prosecuted for false statements about talking to reporters. His attorney at one point threatened to call sitting senators on the Senate committee on intelligence in his defense. Really? What would they say in his defense? Maybe that he was entrusted to leak that information. Oh, you you dig in. Did you notice by the way, all of the important people that wrote letters about his character Joe for his sentencing hearing? Clapper and others all the players and spike at all wolf, so good guy. Judge don't sentence them too much. Folks. Why do you think that is because this guy wolf was likely the conduit to the media who was instructed by the Senate committee on intelligence to continue to promote hoax. Russia's stories being supplied to Jones Feinstein and others by fusion GPS and are continuing to be supplied to them by fusion GPS after the election. Now does the Feinstein Lee of Glenn Simpson's testimony makes sense? Yeah. Remember Dianne Feinstein when she sat on the committee. They had a briefing by Glenn Simpson. Who was a big shot? They're over at fusion GPS. Glenn Simpson's testimony behind closed doors was leaked by Dianne Feinstein. She put it out there and everybody was shocked. Why would she do that? I said to you in the show. I know you remember Joe, it's obvious. Why she did that now her staffer Dan Jones was the one responsible for the misinformation campaign. So the best way to get a bunch of witnesses involved in a misinformation campaign to not step on each other and get their stories wrong when they're called by the FBI or a committee to testify is to leak the testimony Simpson. So that everybody could coordinate their story. It makes all the sense in the world. Now, the prosecution of wolf he was going to call the senators because he's probably the conduit. He's the media guy. This was a media operation to get a false Russian collusion story out there that they are still doing. Now, they never give up these people. Read the piece in the show notes. It is spectacular. All right. 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So that's the takeaway where we've been so far Trump's changed the game on shutdowns by making it as relatively painless as he could which will make tougher in the future. Secondly, this Russia thing was clearly a media Senate committee on intelligence at Obama administration operation to plant fake stories that are still going on to this day. We'll be onto the next story because it's just again, another mind-blowing Lee. Good piece by Jeff Carlson. He got his hands on Lisa page at Lisa page testimony behind closed doors in congress, and there are some. And I mean this folks, I know I am not going to bombshells whatever I mean, every you know, I'm not going to get into that. So I'm trying to hype up for anything. There are some stunning allegations. Now, some of these allegations all those stunning if you're again, a regular listener to the show may not be stunning to you. But many of you just joined in the last few months. I always say remember the names. It was the best investigative tool. I ever got a former boss of mine and the resident office and Melville Long Island when I worked out there. When I when I was a federal agent said, Dan, remember, the names, memorize them because when you see a name creep up again in an investigative report, if you don't have it committed to memory, you're not gonna make the connection. He was right. It was the best tip. I ever got. You're going to see some very very interesting names, at least a pages testimony. So what did he uncover you so costumes piece which is in the show notes today? Number one, how deep and involved this operation was Jody you remember the name, John. Karlyn DOJ department of Justice. Yeah. I do remember Dr John Karlen? Now. This is the name we brought up a gosh. Listen to any show I've done on this his name creeps up consistently throughout. I'd even said on FOX and appearance. One time that I believe John Carlin could be the main connection between the White House and the effort to spy on the Trump team. I believe that from the start. Lisa page is testimony reveals some stunning new information about garland. Let me get to that. Okay. Here we go. Sorry. I was looking for I take screen shots and stuff to make sure I can quote directly. This is from Jeff Carlson's piece in the times today. I'll get to you get to why this matters don't worry about it. In response to a question asking who was McCabe direct counterpart at the DOJ on the investigation page responded. It would have been John. It was either John Carlin or George tusks who would have been would have reached out to McCabe. Now, the staffer asking this question, you may say, okay. All right. So in other words, the investigation at the Trump they're asking Lisa page, the FBI lawyer intimately involved with one of the lead investigators in the Clinton case, I mean, literally intimately having an affair with Peter stroke, who is one of the lead investigators supervisors on the Clinton case and the anti-trump case, right? Gee is the FBI lawyer assigned to the team? This woman knows everything she has all the dirty deeds on this. She's asked a question about who is the deputy directors direct counterpart in the DOJ coordinating this attack on Trump. And what does she say? It would have been John John Carlin who would have reached out to McCabe. Now. Now now going on in the piece the congressional staffer hearing this apparently he's freaked out right away. The congressional staffers doing this particular line of questioning appeared to mitigate the information revealed by page in other words, show the staffers. Oh, John carlin's name just came up. Don't worry Alex plane. This Stanford says well numerous witnesses have confirmed to us that George Tosca a career prosecutor was in charge of day to day operation of DOJ on this investigation, and it Carlin another political folks above him had briefing, certainly so they had knowledge but didn't have input the investigation. What is going on here? Why is this congressional staffer so freaked out that the lead FBI lawyer on the case on their side? It just admitted that the guy at the DOJ running this whole anti-trump operation has John Carlin the congressional staffer I dunno. We have witnesses say otherwise it wasn't Carlin. That's not what she said. Who is John Carlin? Let's he Joe let's dig in the memory hole. You know, we could use it. We could use a Gary canoe drop. There's no like good news with Gary could we use a Garriga new dropper out of find was John carlin's job prior to being a senior level official at the department of Justice clearly now intimately involved in the case against Trump. He was a chief of staff for who cake day day guy. No, it's they're all Bob Muller. Oh, oh, what a Wiki clad is right. Like a God wrestler, so miss Gill. Feather, my fifth grade teacher, you know, Leisa bowl of cherries. Don't fall into pits. There's the pits for you, folks. So you're telling me right now just to be clear. This is where call since piece is a must read he gets a hold of pages testimony, which I hadn't seen before. And in there, we find out this FBI lawyers acknowledged that the. The guy in DOJ liaison with the FBI to run. This. Trump thing was Bob Muller's all chief-of-staff, no conflict of interest there at all folks. You don't think what if I told you about Bob Muller's investigation? I mean from day one we have been talking about this the sole purpose of this thing. Just like the Dan Jones operation, the Senate staffer the democracy integrity project, the Senate committee. The Senate select committee on intelligence, what are the purpose to continuing this Russia hoax to this day. Including the Muller probe, which is part of the Russia hoax. The sole purpose is to keep the heat on Donald Trump. Why? Well, obviously, Dan because they don't like Trump. Yes. Yes. But that's not it. That's not it. That's a part of it. The other purpose is to keep the heat off of the grow task legal political moral ethical and bureaucratic malfeasance that happen with all these players who have their fingerprints on an illicit spying operation against the Trump team. It is obvious Muller was the perfect guy, of course, Muller's going to protect his buddy Carlin by keeping the heat on Trump. Of course, this guy is so deeply conflicted Muller. It's outrageous. He's still involved in this case. How can you tell you can tell by the Joe this is not news to regular listeners said carlin's name repeatedly? But now that we have the testimony and most importantly. The dramatic response by the congressional staffer who. Now says oh, we can't have carlin's name come up. Carlin was Muller's all chief-of-staff freaks out. No, no, wasn't Carlin. Rodney was task is it was tasks then he goes on. Do you have any personal knowledge of them pagers asked? He freaks out because he cannot have carlin's. They've come up ombudsman Armacost is this makes sense. Yes. It is. Then they'll Muller gun Muller was the only guy out there who is deeply conflicted enough to be willing to run a bogus investigation into the Trump team to keep the heat off all the players Muller knows. And peas in a pod, they're exactly Bob Muller's counterpart when he was the FBI director on the uranium one investigation. This deeply deeply corrupt cabal of nonsense where Bill Clinton was receiving five hundred thousand dollar fees from Russian bags involved in the financial analysis of the of the uranium one deal. Hillary Clinton sitting on the board that basically refused to disapprove, the Iranian one deal. All who was the prosecutor rod Rosenstein who was FBI director. Bob muller. Muller knows everybody. This is a hoax. This whole. Thing is a hoax just thought I was out. Get in con Carlin eight that's perfect for that on Carlin. Do I'm not kidding. I said this on. A FOX appearance. Some lady said that Twitter. She's like, Dan talks about it. So I'm not trying to talk. I don't care. I this is Jeff Carlson's work. This is now I'm not talking about myself. I'm just suggesting that I was cute onto Carlin a very long time ago by smart people. I'm not claiming any credit here, please. This is not a look at Karnak. And that's not I just want you to understand that people that fed me this a long time ago. Always understood that Carlin had the keys to the kingdom. Karlyn by the way, ladies and gentlemen, resigns conveniently right after this Pfizer court operation is initiated where they start looking into abuses of the Pfizer court of the excuse me of the NSA database to spy on the Trump team. That's in Carlson's piece as well. In other words that NSA database where they can tap into it and start doing about queries. There is a request by Mike Rogers, who I believe is a hero in the story from the NSA. Hey, something's going up people are clearing this database inappropriately the Pfizer court does. And if a full blown investigation of figures out there right there were illicit queries being done Carlin resigns right after that. After that request is made. He was the head of the DOJ's national security division. Ladies and gentlemen. This guy is knee deep in this. The FBI lawyers now admitting he was the DOJ conduit. I'm telling you, I said that on FOX months ago that this was the connection to the White House on this. If anybody was read in it is going to be Carlin communicating with Lynch and the White House, Loretta Lynch was the and the White House on how to conduct this operation against Trump. He has to be read in. There's no other way. Now another stunning revelation here in his piece. Let's see where is it here? Oh, here we go. Again. This is Jeff Carlson's piece in my show today. Please read it. That the F B I maintained a previously unknown verification file for the steel dossier. Congressional investigators did not previously know of its existence. Now, why does that seemingly innocuous piece of information, basically, kneecap everyone in this? Because Joe the dossier is false. It's a hoax. There is a formal procedure called the woods procedure to verify information brought into the FIS accord us, the spy on people that procedure is a documented procedure that has verifiable steps to make sure that we don't use the Pfizer court to spy on American citizens without justification. The dossier could not have been verified because it was false. So now, we find out that the FBI had a previously unknown verification. File in other words, a file on what they said, they did verify it. Folks. Do you understand how important this is? This is going to document and line out what the F B, I didn't do to verify information. They used to spy on a presidential campaign. You say, well, how do you know, it's going to document what they didn't do because it's false. The dossier is false. It's been the bunked. You can't have a verification file on information. It's not verified. It's clearly going to document either week efforts to Joe air quotes, your verify. Because what are they really wanna do not very much because it was falsely. So it's going to document a misfeasance or malfeasance on the part of the FBI to appropriately investigate. And it's also probably going to document on who signed off on it. Despite the fact as it wasn't verified. And who is the last person one of the last people in the DOJ who would have to sign off on this verified information before it got into the FIS? Of course, let me think remember that. Oh, John Carlin. Yeah. John Carlin, all John appears again. He's one of the last figures in the DOJ to sign off. You think his name may have appeared in this verification? File having signed off on false information. I think so I think that's probably a safe bet. I'd like to get my hands on it, by the way before we did this less regard. Because I got I got a lot more. Don't go anywhere. I got a lot more in. This is important. You know, the newness translator Devin nudist newness as the fantastic Republican congressman from California who has been all over this case from day, one do s knows everything he has been he had seen the classified information newness. Nobody has their arms around this case like Devin newness. I find it. Interesting that newness yesterday sub tweeted Chuck Ross's article. About the democracy integrity project and their continued efforts to advance the Russia hoax. Newness in his tweets at hey, the Russia gate stuff. So I'll come in apart. Now employing the newness translator. What does that say to you? It says to me folks that this whole Russia gate nonsense is an ongoing ongoing effort with politicians are intelligence community law enforcement officials liberal activist groups to target people using our court system for outrageous ridiculous charges of spying with foreign governments knowing the American people would look at that. Obviously in a negative way. Why would newness sub tweet Ross's Pete's? He's doing it. Because this is a bigger operation than just Trump. I've been saying this from the start this probably started with Mike Flynn and an effort to take down their political opponents all look listed ties the Russia, they found out that this works. So they keep using it. Why else would newness put that out there? Why else would newness sub tweet that? I'm telling you. He did it because he knows this is bigger operation. All right. I've got a couple more just bonkers things from Carlson's piece. Just incredible. All right today show. Also brought to you by morning recovery. I love this product, my wife, and I have date nights on Saturday nights. We love it. My look forward to it the whole week. I really love spending time with her. But you know, sometimes I have a few drinks not not uncommon couple of dealt sodas. Right. I remember a few years ago when you go out and have a few drinks and bounce back. The next morning like nothing happened. Yeah. Those days are gone for me probably gone for you too. I just learned about a way to help you bounce back like the good old days mourning recovery's engineered to help your body detox and rehydrate after night of drinking responsible drink. Of course, we all know that make morning recovery. 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Well, what's going to happen? All the players. They going to go down. I said, listen, I don't think a lot of the political players armed. I hope they do. I don't think it's going to happen. But I did say that the three letter agency players that were involved in this. I think are going to have a reckoning which us at some point because there's a paper trail, this is the kind of stuff I was talking about a verification file, which points out the steps that intelligence and FBI assets didn't take and department of Justice acids. Didn't take to verify information is gonna leave these people dangling in the wind. When one day someone someone hopefully Huber and the people involved in the investigation of this get these people in a room and start interviewing. Here's a paper. Trim some other stunning allegations from this from Lisa page testimony Carlson hasn't as piece. Lisa page. The FBI lawyer apparently new Bruce or worked with them for five years new his wife. Remember pru? Sort the DOJ. Yeah. Whose wife was working for fusion GPS Nellie, while he was meeting with Glenn Simpson from fusion GPS after Glenn Simpson had been dismissed as a source by the FBI and was funneling information and this information superhighway, information laundering, operation back into the FBI. Just to be clear steals dismissed as an STI said some steals. Dismiss this an asset Christopher Steele dossier, author by the FBI, he's deemed not suitable for us steel continues to meet with or and others continue stand. Simpson kids continues to me getting that information back into the DOJ, despite the fact that his themed not suitable for us. It was an information laundering operation. Lisa page. The lead lawyer on this case new, Bruce or for five years, folks. They all knew each this is so obvious. They. All new each other. This is one big cabal of stupidity. Now, here's where it gets. Really really interesting is one of the last pieces. I get out for you tonight. But this is good. So John Brennan who is a key in the in the circle of idiots is one of the key idiots in this case Brennan. I believe Brennan is a central. I don't want to say I don't wanna make the mistake of saying kief it because there's there's too many I said before the hallmarks of a conspiracy theory when they're tied up in nice, little bows. That's not the way the government works, and that's not the way real conspiracies work. There are too many players too, many missteps. But there are a number of critical players in management roles in oversight roles involved in the operation to take down Trump. And I don't think it'll be a mystery for you for me to tell you the John Brennan, obviously was one of them. The former CIA director. Now Brennan's role is key in this. Because Brennan, it's according to multiple reports, I've talked about this before in the past is on the record now having met with foreign intelligence officials at quote, the principal's level director level, and it Cording to CNN reports we also know that foreign intelligence agencies, including people from the United Kingdom had been passing information about the Trump team to the Obama team. Now, this is critical because Devon newness has said repeatedly that no official intelligence was used to start the investigation employ, the newness translated with what I just told you and this should start to make sense to you. There are official intelligence channels within the United States in our five is counterparts people. We work with the Australians Canadians news, New Zealanders, we work with these folks in a five is intelligence operation. We share it a different hire more more cooperative collaborative level. And we do with other countries. They're friendly's is the easiest way to say. The u k b in there too. But there are official channels for intelligence why. Because Joe we don't want to start a nuclear war getting intelligence on the president of the United States desk based on a tip from a guy working in a burger joint on a corner who has a level six psycho pathology. I don't think it's mysterious to tell you that information is vetted do proper channels before it makes it to the president or the sin makers in our intelligence agencies. You track him what I'm saying job? Yeah. That information better be right. Yeah. Here darn right or verifiable or given a probability assessment that is how efficient intelligence works. That's how the system works. Devin newness has repeatedly repeatedly said that a critical component of the spy gate Russia gate operations. The fact that no no official intelligence was used to start. This think about this. The most critical counterintelligence investigation in modern US history into a sitting president formerly a candidate. Donald Trump was started with no official intelligence and other words, no appropriately vetted through channels intelligence, and how did it all start? Well, now, it makes a world descends pages testimonies reveal that while Brandon continued to deny knowing about the dossier and downplaying it show. Oh, it was part of a corpus of intelligence and all this other stuff that Brennan may have had the dossier before the FBI. All it is good as staying. But we know he didn't get it through official channels. What is he doing is Brennan conducting his own personal black bag operation? Here's a question from a Representative. They don't say who in the Jeff Carlson piece about Brennan. And the answer is damning. The Representative says to Lisa page, the FBI lawyer involved in the Trump case we have documents that would suggest that in that briefing. The dossier was mentioned the Harry Reid. And then obviously they were going to have conversations. Does that surprise you? That director Brennan would be aware of the dossier. Now now now keep in mind. What's the significance of this question? A brief in was given to democrat former democrat Senator Harry Reid with that had information contained in the dossier. How do we know that because read then wrote a letter after the briefing that had information and only appeared in the dossier? Brennan gave that briefing. But when was that briefing, Joe? August the bureau didn't get the dossier until September. All listen to Page's ads now. Yeah. Yes, sir. Because with all due honesty, if director Brennan, by the way, this is choppy, this how this is for beta this is verbiage because we'll do honesty if director Brennan, so we got that information for our source, right? The FBI guy got this information from actually talking about the dossier. The FBI got this information from our source if the CIA had another source of that information, I am neither aware of that door to the CIA provided to us if they did. Because she goes onto acknowledge they didn't get it until September. Now, does the verification vile John role make all the sense of the world? Brennan likely got this information way before the FBI. Did he gets the information before the FBI did? Although the proper thing to do is to turn it over to the pro-pri intelligence sources run it through official channels, and then get it over to the FBI. If it's verified, that's not the way this worked. Brennan gets the information without verifying. It goes right to Harry Reid knowing Harry Reid will run with it. Harry Reid, then writes, a letter to the FBI about the dossier. Brennan claims to know little about and then pressures the FBI into opening an investigation with non official channel intelligence that had been unverified. In other words, a political hit job using Harry Reid and John Brennan as the antagonists in this story. Do you understand how important that piece of information is? Yeah. That the hack Central Intelligence Agency director Brennan who was clearly a political animal. Got this information in August. Instead of going to the bureau, they didn't get it until September page just acknowledged that goes who goes to political. She's me goes where to talk to goes to Capitol Hill to talk to the biggest democrat hack up there. Harry Reid knowing what Redon before the information is verified will write a letter the FBI about information only in the dossier. That's how we know. That's what that briefing was about pressuring them to start an investigation on B, S info. Oh my gosh. These pieces are staggering today. But they're Dino Carlson knows the sodas Chuck Ross, they know most of the story. But folks, expect this all to start coming out again. I get it. I get it. I understand the glacial pace of Justice. I don't know what's going to happen. I'm not in a prediction game anymore. But I'm telling you not knowing what's going on you doing yourself a huge disservice. Because as he's pieces start to come together the level of corruption and disgrace that happened inside our government, the attack on Donald Trump is unbelievable. So just remember the takeaways today this Russia hoax stories on going it happened in the midterms and the Alabama special, and it's continuing now with players taken from the democrat committee in charge of investigating Trump who are working with people connected to Russians like their pasta. We were told we're trouble. Second. Carlin was a key player. Carlin was Muller's chief-of-staff carlin's roles. Been downplayed up to this point. There's a verification file I want the names, and I want to dates, and I want to see exactly what you did to quote verify this false information. Lisa page knows Bruce or the champion of the information. Superhighway information laundering operation in the DOJ. Who is using information from a broken source after he'd been dismissed by the FBI? One more. Sorry. Hey, don't get to this to one more. This is important for only a minute. Also, coordinate Carlson's piece. Lisa page gets into a conversation with a Representative about a trip. She took in December of twenty sixteen. Joe the FBI lawyer at the hearing jumps in right away and silences sh. No talk about that. Don't chew say anything. See? Let's see. Oh, so poor for. What's the trip? She started to talk about before the FBI legal team jumped in and told her to pipe down. She took a December twenty sixteen visit to London London. That's right. Let's just read the CNN headline for the empty thousandth time. So you understand that? This was an information laundering operation run through political payers. John Brennan never designed to be run through official channels because it was bogus CNN April fourteenth twenty seventeen British intelligence past Trump associates communications with Russians onto US counterparts. Lisa page. Oh, I took a trip to London in December twenty sixteen with Bill price them and Peter stroke. The investigators in this shit, quiet quiet by down. Read the piece the guy jumps right in silences are. Oh, baby. We got an international spy story on our heads though. We read my book, folks, it's all in there. Trying to sell you buy it don't buy care barred from a friend. But it is all there is the greatest by story of all time. Except for the fact that it actually happened idiots you tried to pull it off too stupid to cover the road checks. Let's get that verification fuss. All right, folks. Thanks for another great week of shows. I really appreciate it. 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Fight Back, Make a Scene # 929

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Fight Back, Make a Scene # 929

"Get ready to hear the truth about America on a show. That's not immune to the facts with your host. Dan, Bongino, five. Welcome to Dan Bongino, show producer, Joe. How are you today? Hey, man. I'm glad to be here with you, Dan. How you doing babe? Good me major blow out last night on the Ingram angle where I was on FOX. And we'll we'll get to that. Listen, I'm not lying down anymore. Neither should you enough of this Bs and others crap. I'm not going to sit there and listen anymore. Neither should you. Two left this hacks idiots on the air and elsewhere calling us racists xenophobes Islamophobes. And everything you want to sit back and take it fine. But I'm not your guy, maybe this show, isn't for you. But I'm done taking it. So I'm going to go into this in the beginning of the show today. Also got some other news yesterday from Chuck Ross over the daily caller about some more. Just stunning information in this whole scandal monumental mammoth like scandal too. Try to attack and spy on the Trump team. Just amazing stuff. Let's get right to it today show brought to you by buddies at filter by hey, according to the CDC about seven million people are getting hit with the flu this year. Many think getting sick has to do with the coal, but that's false. They get sick. Because they spend more time insider exposed to higher concentrations of viruses and pollutants including the cold and flu virus. If you want to improve your chances this season start by improving the quality of your air with filter by change out my filters filter by to America's leading provider, h vac filters for homes and small businesses. This is one of those things. It's so easy to kick down the kick the can down the road on you need. Good quality earning house, they spend all my time indoors, you don't wanna breathe polluted air you have to change your air filters. Why not use a company? That's here. Wants to talk to you and produces great products right here in America. 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He died quite heroin over there, obviously in the war. But my grandmother was a great woman. I learned a lot of lessons from our and one of the things she had these sayings. They were kind of funny. She was she was all she was Irish at the, you know, the day of these grades things all the time. And whatever sayings always was don't you make a scene, don't you? And really what she was saying job was she was saying control yourself in public. It always like we'd be in church. She used to live in town, New Jersey after she moved out of New York, and we would go to this church, and they had this section of top for grandparents, and parents would kids in case, you started screaming and yelling. So given that me and my younger brothers were always rabble-rousers. She would take us upstairs in case things got out of control. And she would always look next. Look at me and say, you know, don't you make a scene? Don't you make a scene, and I never forgot that. I love my grandmother. I leaned Sadler to death. But ladies and gentlemen, that advice was great when I was a kid, but it's not great anymore. It's time to make a scene. We are under attack by the left in some cases, literally I want to be hyperbolic at a want to exaggerate it. There's a lot of maga- hat wearing people who luckily haven't been punched in the face yet. But the incidents of this happening and aggressive violence towards Trump's supporters, aggressive confrontation of Trump's supporters, the character defamation ritual character defamation of Trump's supporters is entirely out of control Joe. And I'm worried what the end point of this is. Now last night. I was on Ingram angle in a debate. Which star park owes a friend of mine with a liberal. I don't even ought to describe this guy. He was just out of control. We're talking about a guy who lost it on the Ingram angle guy named Leo terell who happens to be a lawyer who I thought I made a a reasonable point in the beginning of the show, and he decided that he was going to engage in again ritual character defamation of Donald Trump Trump is a racist. You're basically racist for offending Trump. Everybody's racist your dad's a racist your mom's racist your family's racist. You're racist as a racist. There. Everybody was a racist. And you know, I hate playing clips of myself on the show because some of you saw it last night to be redundant. So we're just going to take a small snippet of how this ended at the end. And listen, I'm not celebrating it. I wish these things wouldn't go down these pass. I certainly didn't initiate this. But you're going to start a fight. Then I'm damn well going to end it Joe play that of me confronting Leo terell last night to insist that President Trump and his supporters are racist or frayed of Trump. Okay. Trump though. Trump though. Anybody I'm afraid of idiots. I Lyon down anymore. And you shouldn't either. Leo, you're afraid of Trump now. Leo, I'm afraid of idiots, and that's why getting on the air with guys like you. You know, I'm bringing this up because there's this ongoing argument that some of you most of you have very busy lives. And I appreciate you listening to this show to get a one hour summation, I summary of the day's news because you have lives you go to work. You have important lives. You do important work. You're raising important kids, your children, your family matters to you. You don't have the time every day to read through the entire Wall Street Journal and six thousand pages of Breitbart conservative review and drudge every day you need a quick summary. And I'm honored that you come here. But there's a fight going on that you may have missed and this fight is between this wing of the Republican party there. I don't want to call them never Trump anymore there. I'll call them just basically Trump haters. They don't they don't want to say never Trump anymore. But they just can't stand Trump. There's this fight brewing right now. And it kind of boiled over this weekend at CPAC, and I bring it up in light of that that cut I just played on Ingram because this branch of the Republican party is convinced if we roll over in lie down, and we listen to people like Leo terell. And we just sit back and take it when they call us racist and ritually defame our characters on national television. I one of the most popular shows that somehow we're going to be seen in the end as the rational reasonable ones, and we'll win this moral and ethical war and win people over. No, no that's over folks. It's over the left is not care. They are not trying to win. Win any kind of moral or ethical war. They're not trying to get to the top of the moral totem pole. They are trying to destroy you. You can choose to fight back or you can choose to lose. There is no option c. I bring it up in light of what happened with that debate. And what happened at CPAC because there are Republicans out that are convinced absolutely convinced if you just sit back and take it that this is the right path in the long run. I read another article sworn in the Washington Examiner website. I really enjoy they do good work. It's like the Wall Street Journal that aren't always aligned with my conservative values. But that's fine. Unlike some of the Trump hating wing of the party, I'm open to other ideas, even when I disagree with them. But there was a piece in the Washington Examiner. Swing again, taking a shot at CPAC CPAC, the conservative political action conference where there was some very aggressive talk from people up there, not all of whom I disagree with some I disagree with their business practice, but nonetheless, people who got up there Joe and went for it took the fight to the left and said, I'm not taking this anymore. I'm not lying down it stops here. Now right now. And instead of understanding that that aggressive posture is needed to fight back against the far left radical movement that is not intent on winning a moral war. They simply wanted destroy you and Donald Trump. What do they do? These these sell out Republicans turn their attack on CPAC CPAC, what a disgraceful event. Oh my gosh. You had all of these horrible people there. Michelle Malkin, Charlie Kirk Candice, all they're all so awful, keep in mind, these are people with actual audiences who whether you agree or disagree or you agree with their speech or disagree. You're certainly free to challenge things they say have actual audiences and may be able to move the needle with people who are actually willing to fight back while you languish what your two thousand followers on Twitter writing articles about the laugher. I love that stuff. Joe of we not argued and debated economics on this show for now the close to I don't know three four years you've been doing this this. So does facts it does data all the time all the time. Yeah. But that has to be measured with an with with with a sense of what tactical efficiency is. And if you think it's tactically officiant to lay down why for the Democrats while they call us racist, and fools and sit there and try to take some kind of moral high wrote, man or you in the wrong fight. This is trench warfare. What did you think? This was Robert's rules of auto gonna lineup low German. Oh, that's fine for Neil. No. No. No. No. No. No. No, no. That's over folks sets over we're in a year of bankrupting, Christian bakers and Flores class warfare, socialism, the death and destruction associated with it government takeovers of healthcare bankrupting of private businesses the administration the prior one the Obama administration disagreed with. And you want Robert's rules of order, you are in the wrong war, brother and sister. You are fighting yesterday's war today. You think I'm making this up really that CPAC things. Unbelievable. I cannot believe how many Republicans have dedicated mounds of Inc. An internet space in a website to attacking one of the largest conservative conferences in the country where actual people show up. I can't believe it. Joe you, and I have been there with Joe, you would have had confrontations at CPAC would be we disagreed with. That point is actually people there it'll show up. Maybe it's time to turn your fire on the left. Maybe turn the canons around. I'm not taking it. I love doing those FOX. And I know fear of a liberal debate at all. But I go on the air with Leo or anyone else you drop that racism bomb that try to defame me and anyone else you are going to get it back. You're afraid of Trump's Twitter. No, I'm afraid of idiots. And that guy is a lead member is a Colonel in the idiot brigade. Trump's a racist. There is no evidence of that. At all you just want the headline. That's all you want the sculpting. Daniel. Now, you think this sends? Yeah. But there's a lot of listeners men -cluded brother that have been waiting to hear this come out of your mouth your mouth for a long time a long time. And thank you for. I. Yes, sir. It matters. I mean last night. Thank you, Dan. You know, I was tired. But I wasn't. You know, I I was I wanted to do the head. I didn't have do it. You know, FOX doesn't obligate you to do any. I mean within reason to do anything. If you want to say, no you can. I mean, the appearance I don't mean to talking industry charge. But I wanted to do the appearance even though I knew Leo would be on there. And I knew Leo was a bomb thrower. But I've gotta tell you like twenty seconds into that thing when I saw where he was going. I just I made a conscious decision. I'm not no, I'm not doing this. And you know, I'll tell you folks, I'd rather be. I'd rather be on my own doing my thing knowing that the base of people out there who understand this guerilla warfare. Now are now looking for fighters. I would rather get your Pat on the back in the local diner that go in there than to have all the Republican Trump hating intelligence intelligentsia who think they're smarter than the rest of us. Celebrate me and they're stupid articles. I don't want it. I don't care. I. Told my wife exactly that last night. Believe me it hurts. I don't pretend to have a thick skin. I don't. It arts. It doesn't feel good. When the when when when the thinking class and believe me, I'm using that term is a pejorative here of the Republican party who have failed us for decades when the thinking class attacks you in their pieces, oh, he's unserious. Really? I was protecting presidents and cracking international fraud rings with the secret service linked to terrorism while you were fetching coffee for your bosses, you know, at the weekly standard hard pass on your opinion jackass. It stinks. When they write about you. But I mean, this when I tell you the fact that the listeners to my show when I see you I get a handshake from you and awaken a nod at the gym when you look at me on that elliptical machine you go, thanks. That means more to me than the pages of the weekly standard or whatever. Other Trump hating bullwork, whatever nonsense magazine that writes. Oh my gosh. These guys I don't know what they're doing. We're doing a moment where winning. I'm not lying down anymore. And I want to celebrate a couple other people who aren't lying down either. I heard a story yesterday about Perry. High school in Arizona. Couple teenagers. Joe showed up wherein maga- hats with the Trump flag to celebrate some kind of a celebration of America day, you would think celebrating the American president on some celebration of America day would be accepted in a high school in Arizona. Yeah. Well, of course, it wasn't the principal thought. It would be a good idea to throw them out of the school. So the parents taking the we're not lying down approach anymore. And again, I love my grandmother, but her don't make a scene. No, no, you make a scene. Now, you make a scene every single time. And my grandmother was a fighter. That's not what she meant by don't make a seed if she was alive right now. She'd be telling me you damn well-made Casin, those parents didn't take Joe that make don't make a scene nonsense when they showed up at that school whipped out their cell phone cameras confronted that principle and a minister enersen, why was my kid toss that a school for wearing this maga- hat and watch him stutter and stammer. Do it Oba you do that every time you make a scene you call everybody you tweet about it. You call the local press, you tweet the president you tweet. Don, jR, anyone else who will highlight your story, you humiliating embarrassing these people because that's exactly what they did to you. Take Robert's rules of order and throw it in your fire. Place. This is guerrilla war. Now. They wanna fight with discussing tactics. Humiliating your kid for wearing a hat that says make America great again, you show up at that school, and you make them in for this. Senate to me if it's good I'll put it out on my Twitter. No problem at all. And I want to give a Big Hat tip to those parents in Arizona who refused to lie down. You couldn't make you could've set on. We're not gonna make a senior. No, no, you make a scene you fight back. I'm with you. Joe's with you. The listeners are with you. This is not the standard new guy. Shoot reload. No, no. They were in a different war against us. And keep in mind, folks any day the radical left wants to return to civility. We'll welcome that with open arms. I don't choose this. I don't relish this. I hate this and you should too. This is not the America. I wanted to be a part of where I'm not free to practice. My Christianity free to spend my money on my family without the threat of being put out of business being deep platform by a radical left. It's ripping people away from their livelihoods. I didn't choose this. You didn't either? I didn't choose a place where my kid wears a maga- hat to school and they get thrown out. You chose this. When you want to return to civility. I will welcome you with open arms. But until then make no mistake. I absolutely understand the war. You're fighting and my eyes are open. I heard another story. Some lady thought it'd be a brilliant idea to rip the maga- hat off a guy semi assault. Student. Aim was Rosanne Santos. Well, that guy with a maga- hat did the right thing, you never lay your hands on a woman. So what he do we call the cops are friend Roseanne sent though said I use that term loosely. Fred apparently was in the country illegally. He's looking at potential deportation. Sorry too bad. So sad. That's what the cops are there for don't get into a fight. Don't you'll be sued. It's not worth it, not defend yourself. I'm not asking some punches you in the face like that maniac on Berkeley, don't sit there and take it. But someone ripped out of your head. Folks. You call the cops. Oh, I don't want call. No, no, no. You make a scene. No. You make a scene. That's your property someone steals. It you call the cops. They get the bracelets, and they go to jail you make a scene. I don't wanna make a see. No, no, no. You do. Old Roseanne wasn't quite thinking that through when she ripped the hat off. The guy's head. The guy in Berkeley you punched that kid in the face made that kid of celebrity and good for that kid showed up at CPAC. Gotta shout out by Donald Trump. Trump never forgets. The I'm telling you right now love this guy or hate this guy. Joe, you know, I know this, and you know, why? And I'm gonna keep them private. But he this guy deeply respects the people who back him up when he needs it. And I'm not talking about players and the people who can do and political favors. I'm talking about the people who do shows like this and the people who go out on college campuses and get punched in the face for the 'cause he never ever forgets that ever from guy the left wants you to believe some evil genius. Really? Why does he call people on the phone and thank him for fighting for the cause for the president of the United States? Do you know how many people he's called? Joe am I making this up? Do you know how many people you know, the story he has called on the phone on his workday who can do nothing for him to thank them. The list is long. Yeah. More than I would even know. Yeah. Yeah. You know, a lot of them ever sense of privacy. I'm going to keep that between us, and I'm telling you it happens all the time. He's the president of the United States. He respects people who make a scene. Finally, there was that video on that Edmond Santa Fe high school kid in a hallway with the maga- had other kid confronts rips his hat off. He didn't give up that hat or that flag in other people. Another guy gets it on video. That are the kids in a world of trouble. You make a scene you make seen every time. The time for not making a scene and letting all this past ladies and gentlemen is over. We're going to expose these people. They picked this fight. Not us. You know, I was having a conversation last night. And it devolved into. I don't know where this is going to go. I mean, we eventually going to split into the United States and the conservative United States. God, I hope not. But I made the point show that that wouldn't work that wouldn't work. You know, why that wouldn't work say there was a schism and Texas and Florida, you know, I wouldn't work I go back and forth on this. But you know, why it wouldn't work Joe? Because you, and I is conservatives and liberty lovers just want to be left alone. I don't care what New York does. If New York was not taking my tax money is part of the United States. If we were fifty separate countries within the United States, and we were at the United States. I don't care what New York does. I just want to be left alone with my big alright right to petition to practice. My religion to speak to assemble to live to run a business. I just want to be left alone. The reason a schism in the United States would never work Joe is because liberals do not want to leave you alone. It is not good enough for them. To live their lives a certain way, they have to do it to you as well. While hypocritically not even doing the same things they recommend for you. And I'm going to get to that in a minute to you know, maybe I'll get right to that. With the Alexandra throw the we're going to throw the show script up a little bit. I had a different plan in mind. The people like Alexandria, the hypocritic fraud Caucasia Cortez. She's not good enough with making recommendations for her life because she doesn't want those recommendations she wants you to do it. Sanders to fraud, phony three home birdie bread lines, Bernie, he wants you to sit on bread lines, Bernie while this cat has three houses what a fake Foti fried three homes. He has a lake home home in Burlington and a tone home in DC. This phony wants you to live in a shack on a breadline not Bernie. These people are frauds. A schism would never work because they never want to leave you alone. If Texas split off from the United States, it would only be moments before liberals moved into Texas to take over Texas too. You will never get away from this fight. Never because they cannot leave you alone. They will never leave you alone. The entire essence of liberalism is about encroaching on your money. Your business. Your health care your kid's education, everything. We leave them alone. They will never ever leave us alone. Ladies and gentlemen, make a scene. Everywhere. The time for not making a scene is over. And I wish the anti CPAC trumpeters all of these people just lie down and take it the slimy sellout GOP class would wake up and recognize the fight. We're in. I agree with you the world would be a better place. If our discourse was more civil, but we didn't choose this the left shows, this you understand. They're fighting us with boxing gloves, soaked in Tarin nails. And you want us to do what put on twenty ounce gloves at are like pillows to fight back while pleading to the ref to get involve the ref who the media in this case who's a sell out to the left already. Do you understand the fight? We're interview you lost your perspective. All right. I wanna move on. Okay. CO cortez. Because again, this is important stuff. Hold the left to their own standards and watch their credibility evaporate in front of a very is. All right today show. Also brought to you by buddies at brickhouse nutrition. Ladies and gentlemen, brickhouse nutrition has been a sponsor with me from the beginning. Really? Appreciate this company miles who runs it does a great job. They make the finest nutrition supplements out there one of the best supplements, it makes fielded greens. Listen, we all know everybody knows, you know, including your health manage take care of yourself. I you know, you're supposed to be eating a lot of fruits and vegetables, it's obvious. 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You know, but yeah, I'm at the front of the line here at the if there was a triangle of truth, I'm at the tip of that triangle, spear going up a warrior for Justice. Are you really? So I found this interesting. I pulled this clip off Twitter. This is Alexandria. Casey. Oh Cortes making a big stink about how basically she wants Donald Trump to disclose financial documents. Because of course, you know, she's a police state tyrant. And she believes that they have opened thority to investigate people. Not crimes, you know, what they do in third world republics, you don't investing crimes, you investigate people. You find the crap. So keep your mind in this little clip, she displays no evidence whatsoever. That Donald Trump has done anything wrong. She just wants to use the powers of congress of which she has some of them four hundred and thirty fifth of it to attack Donald Trump and investigate them endlessly. But it's the end of this. That's really interesting in light of some breaking news about some problems. Okay. She'll Cortez has herself play that cut. I think. You hear the president say, no collusion. No collusion. No collusion writing. He's always talking about the focus on the relationship between his campaign and Russia, which is the scope of that investigation is under the house intelligence committee as well as several other investigatory bodies, so while he's talking collusion collusion collusion. I think oversight we should be talking about taxes taxes taxes and his Bank account who Bank account his banking, his financial statements statements, eight minutes, because that's where I think actually some of the most troubling practices are with direct relevance to the American people on. Oh, isn't that? Great, isn't that special? So how exaggerates yo Cortez wants to review? Trump's financial says she keep my she producers no evidence of an actual crime or any criminality whatsoever. As a matter of fact, but she wants evidence of Donald Trump's financial statements onset disclosure. Oh, isn't this? Great. You know, what broke yesterday? Joe Alexandra case, yo Cortez's chief-of-staff apparently is being accused of funneling money from donors into a private company. He controls you say Joel how much money a couple of bucks five ten beans here or there. Whatever, you know, couple dollars here or there, maybe at twenty spot who knows five ducats. Nah. To eight hundred thousand plus dollars funnel by Sacre Chakra body. Who is Alexandria case you Cortez's chief-of-staff into companies he controls now. All right. So listen now, I'm Mike Alexandria case. Yo Cortez who wants Donald Trump's financial documents. Just because she does she has no evidence of a crime and she believes in police. They tyranny now we have actual evidence of potential wrongdoing by the chief of staff to Representative. Okay. She'll cortez. A potential donor laundering operation into money. He into companies he controls lips get to that. You know what MS Cortez? Why don't you put that out? I let's see where that goes before we start focusing on your witch hunt of Donald Trump and his financial documents again make a scene. Make a scene. They want to attempt to expose Donald Trump for financial documents with no allegation of wrongdoing. Well, let's play that game too. Missile AO. See I'd like to see the records on that. I want to see where that money came from where what what it was spent on. Oh, it gets better. Joe? With your. Yeah. Yeah. That's with Representative case yo Cortes. She's got another problem too. Article in the Washington Examiner. Today's all of my show notes today. Please check it out, by the way that clip of me on. With with Leo tyrel have at the show today, an article by biz pack review that wrote it up. So check that out to miss Cortez has another problem Joe. So remember when she came out last week, and we we attack this where she said, listen, I'm gonna pay my staff a living wage fifty. She's not paying him anything the taxpayers up, and I'm not gonna pay any of my staff more than eighty thousand dollars income inequality for everyone. Yeah. Well, that's really cute because as some people who do congressional oversight from the outside and and monitor potential corruption they noticed something interesting about the number the eighty thousand dollars salary ceiling. She set for her stamp. Let me read to you from the Washington Examiner. Joe Representative okay CEO Cortez's decision. A or office salaries at eighty thousand dollars. We'll let her chief of staff the same guy just told you has all these financial troubles here and senior employee's avoid public transparency laws that would require them to reveal outside income gifts and stock trading activity. The New York Democrat announced last week. She would institute living wage rules in our office paying staff members a minimum of fifty two thousand a year and a maximum of eighty K a year now. Now, it all makes sense Joe now why we'll see that. Because when you pay these people, including our chief of staff who now apparently has these allegations of some kind of donor money laundering, surfacing around him. If he gets paid eighty thousand dollars a year or less, Joe he doesn't have to reveal a lot of his payment documents to the public. Wow. Isn't that convenient gosh miss Cortes? She such an outsider warrior against the swab. Despite the fact is swamps revenge here is her actually being forced to live by our own rule. We need to disclose Donald Trump's financial documents. But if I pay my staff less than eight thousand you won't get to see their financial documents, while allegations are swirling that their finances are a mess, and they may have been laundering donor money into companies they own personally. How about that? We need. Yeah. The Dr Phil about that. How 'bout? To sweet in baseball about. Yeah. That's total complete frauds. So one her chief of staff is credibly being accused of some serious malfeasance with donor money. Sounds awfully swampy to me. Secondly, all I'm not gonna pay the more than eighty thousand. Wow. That conveniently hides all their paperwork. Amazing. How that works out at one final story make a scene hold them all to a cab AO sees mom. I don't know. I think it begins with a B B O C. Apparently, somebody did some interview with her and they found out she moved to Florida to escape the height the sky high taxes in New York. So again, this is one of those things. What's good for the is not good for me or my family? I'm not making this up Joe. So, of course, you had Maggie Haberman. Left-wing propagandists for the New York Times pretends to be a reporter who had to tweet out. Oh, look Trump's tax laws. Did this? Because people are going to get hammered New York by the salt deduction. Alexandria case. Yo Cortez's mom, Maggie moved before the tax law passed and based on what we think our income is she would have benefited from it again. Stop pretending to be a journalist. Just put on your Twitter, Maggie Haberman full-time liberal activists to stop Briquet. You stop pretending you submit what you are. You're an opinion columnists that propagandizes for the left period. Full stop. Thanks. Her mom left for Florida did not pay the high tax. I couldn't get over that. So I thought it was the greatest thing ever. All right. Let me do this. But I got some I got a lot of stuff to get finished. You're really busy show. All right today show. Also brought to you by buddies at Bravo company manufacturing. I have a rifle and a pistol from them BCM make some of the finest products out there. I tell the story all the time the rifles are so good. 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USA YouTube dot com slash Bravo company. USA? Okay. So Chuck Ross who's done some really spectacular work over the daily caller on the spy gate case has a piece out today in the show notes. I really hope you take a look at. It's very very good. He talks about this information superhighway now, ladies and gentlemen, a little tease here. I'm working on book to we are about a third of the way done on the spy gate scandal. It is a company book to book once called spy gate, which I wrote with the niece McAllister map Palumbo. I appreciate you picking up. Very well, a book to is going to blow your mind, it's packed full of new information. That comes it's come out since the launch of the first book, and it's also written in a different format. Whereas the first book was more of a police file, which I hope you're people loved it because you can skip around and read how all the players into connect the second book tells it in a narrative for. Arm and fills in some of the missing holes number one. I think you're gonna love it. It's going to be a little shorter, but a whole lot sweeter. You're going to really enjoy this book. But one of the things we were doing yesterday. On the project is we're putting together the motivations for people. And we were talking about this information laundering operation where again, all roads lead back to Hillary and Obama they started this with this fake information from Christopher Steele, and fusion GPS, and they made sure the information made it back to the FBI laundered it through multiple channels one of the channels. I often bring up as the State Department channel, and it appears the middleman the the carrier pigeon here the guy carrying the information from the Hillary team in that deadly diamond when we talked about it yesterday arrivals and departures. Yeah. The information departed the Hillary team. It got to a conduit a carrier pigeon and made it back to the FBI and law enforcement, it appears that main individual there were a couple, but the main guy is this guy Jonathan winer now Chuck Ross s some new information about wine or in this piece yesterday, and it's an interesting little nugget in here. Here's the peace. It's whiner also handled another dossier on Trump that matched up with some of the salacious claims made in steals report Sidney Blumenthal Clinton, crony gave Wigner a dossier and Trump that had been compiled by fellow Clinton insider, Cody sheer, the Cody sheer memo contained some of the salacious allegations about Trump's activities in Moscow winer is acknowledged that he gave sheer the memo to steal who in turn provided the FBI. Now, you may say what about this this new now, we know according to Chuck Ross's pieces yesterday, not only with steel steel Christopher Steele, talking to Jonathan winer if the State Department, but whiner was simultaneously being contacted by Christopher Simpson of fusion GPS who still worked for in an effort to set. This thing up another meeting, folks. In other words, Simpson would not let this go. This guy is being paid by the Clinton team to traffic this information. And he absolutely wouldn't let it go. Right. So there's two key takeaways from this number one. You know, when we're putting together the book, the spy gate to the sequel here, we have a non title that yet. But I keep talking about motivations and one of the key elements of debunked. Conspiracy theory is an easy answer. Joe, right? We've said this ally. If you're blaming it on whatever the space aliens, or whatever it may be and that's your simple tie up the martians. Did it you're probably wrong. And there's a reason for that. The reason conspiracy theories typically fall apart is because they're rarely if ever are easy answers involves government corruption. It's precisely because of the line excite often by father Bob Ceriaco at the Acton institute who said one time in his speech that it's not the government's too big. It's the government's too stupid. And he's right. He's not talking about the people who get work boots on and go to work every day. He's talking about the higher ups in the bureaucrats who most have no experience in the business world whatsoever. Many of them and pretend to know everything they're not smart enough to coordinate a huge conspiracy. And in that they have conflicting motivations. So one of the points book to is. To make the point that there is no easy. Tie up to the conspiracy to take down the Trump team, but we can easily go to all the players and describe their possible motivations for being a part of the spy operation on the Trump team. One of them is whiner. Jonathan winer at the State Department, ladies and gentlemen, intimate intimately connected to it network of personal context with the Clinton administration, the Bill Clinton presidency and Hillary Clinton herself, obviously, but also what's weiner's role at the State Department show, why Anders deeply connected to Libya Libya was a major flashpoint the Obama administration because of the Bockel in Benghazi when we lost for American patriots to a terror attack, the Obama administration disingenuously and lying about it blamed on a video, of course, whiner had a had a role along with Victoria Neuland in the State Department who would draft and a lot of the talking points for the Benghazi debacle. Of course, they had a role in making. Sure, none of this came out. Was it? The sole reason they probably hated Donald. Trump to but everybody had a motivation for making sure Hillary was elected president. None of this stuff ever came to light. But Secondly, this is fascinating continuing Chuck Ross ends the piece the State Department is previously declined comment and weiner's activities. He is now a senior advisor to Apcoa worldwide global public relations firm. Wow. Where have we heard that before Apcoa think again skill further from fifth grade? God rest, our souls. You said put your thinking caps on where did we hear Apcoa? So Jonathan winer who is a carrier pigeon and the State Department for debunk discredited dossier information now, we believe from Simpson as well as Christopher Steele from Glenn Simpson to that's the new information that Simpson tried to contact him. Where have we heard Apcoa Apcoa, ladies and gentlemen, was a lobby firm that was working on behalf of some of the companies lobbying on behalf of some of the Russian tied companies that were trying to purchase a uranium and did so in the Iranian one deal Apcoa was trying to make that happen. Apcoa also worked on behalf of the Clinton foundation pro Bono. In other words, gratis for free. Why would they do that? While at the same time lobbying for the Russians now to be fair to Apcoa ABC goes claims that these business units were separated nothing to do one of the fine. I put their defense out there. I'm just telling you. It's interesting in the Trump case where miss Cortes just said, basically where there's smoke this fire. There's no smoke or no fire. But here there's a whole lot of smoke and a whole lot of fire with Apcoa and Wigner and all of a sudden everybody in liberal media seems to not care so whiners now working for ABC go who did pro Bono work for the Clintons while lobbying on behalf of the uranium one deal. While simultaneously weiner's relaying information. To the FBI about Donald Trump through Christopher Steele about the same Russians. Now, you don't see any of this as odd. Again, where are the entrepreneurial media types doing any kind of basic research into this the answer is they're nowhere to be found? All right. Get into this a little bit of a lighter story, and I'm going to get through my final Serb at the tax cuts. Phil Gramm as a great piece in the Wall Street Journal today. That's just terrific. I want to get into. But I read kind of I don't do a lot of these lighter. Stays I want to waste your time. But I saw I saw this in the journal. I thought it was kind of funny. It was in their most popular section. Joe Americans were hard chargers. You know? Sometimes we glide through grammar school in high school. We are. We have a lot of fun play baseball football. Whatever you do sports, lacrosse, whatever it may be they do a lot of and then they get to college. And I notice this at least that we're we're late bloomers, we disarm. I mean, I don't mean to stereotype the entire country be ridiculous. But my experience is we are we are late bloomers whereas other cultures. They emphasize like the tiger mom type stuff from the start where the kids got to be playing piano by the time. Therefore, we don't do that. Here. We let our kids be kids, generally. And I know with me, you know, what I was about seventeen or eighteen I decided I wanted to be a doctor or go to medical school or change the world some out, I became this, really hard charger. I just a lot of you did too. I don't mean to sound in any way pretentious about it. The most of you have to. But I was reading the story. And it reminded me of my experience in college all these kids who had slacked off a lot went to college and became just like dynamos the new thing. Now is this hard charging generation of Americans. They want their credit scores to be eight hundred. So as an article in the Wall Street Journal today, but like the pursuit for eight hundred. The maximum credit scores. Fifty this is the new thing like they're such perfectionist this generation of young Americans that are now in college. And you know, they want to go to they want to be the captain of the baseball team, and graduate, Suma, KU, laude, and all. But now they're thing is eight hundred credit scores. I looked at this. And I laughed I said Paul, Mike. This is the new thing like at eight hundred credit score. I never heard of such a thing. Really? Hey, matching that you're you're on a date. You're in the local watering hole. You see a nice young lady. You wanna talk to you. Hey, how's it going? You know? I haven't eight fifty credits. Go I can't even imagine what you're saying. Okay. Great check. Please. Thank you. But I stay. Credits. Go. This is a thing. It's a subscription only articles. I'm not gonna cut it. But and I never talk about this stuff. But I just thought it was funny because in a way, I see it as a positive it just is indicative of what I learned in my time as a compass secret service, we are we're just late bloomers. And when we get there, and we're done being kids. It's on like we care about everything. The captain of the team your grades your credit score just found that story to be just so that is at so American of us, we want to be eight hundred seven hundred I remember when I bought this accurate T L one time, and I had good credit growing up. And I was in it was in Annapolis. And I went in I was talking to the guys pick bodybuilder guy. And I said, I was my credit. He's like bad. It's Cuba by the building. It was gonna I always took my credit series. Like that was me growing up. So now, apparently, it's a big. But I never I've seriously, I've never monitored Mike. I just went on today for the first time being inspired to check my oh credit score. Because I've never thought of doing that. Hey, Chuck, my credit score. Was interested in at that time. Right. Right. Exactly. The opposite. All right. So is this a serious articles? I read this other one in the journal today, feel Graham great op Ed in the Wall Street Journal today talking about how the tax cuts have been unequivocal, basically, you'd have to be an idiot to ignore the positive effects of the Trump tax cut plan. Right. But not only that latest gentlemen, you know, that that's a simple talking point. Yeah. The tax cuts word. Okay. Why it's not just that. He writes that they work. He contrasts it with some of the tax hikes in the Obama administration. And he puts out some numbers. I think you'll find pretty fascinating. I know why did so keep in mind, we're doing here. Lead of the story is the Obama tax hikes hiked the income tax rates versus the Trump tax cut. And I don't just want to talk about the growth rates. I wanna talk about in this how it impacted tax revenue because the liberal talking point is we need more tax revenue show, which we should high taxes. Okay. So let's talk about what actually happened when Obama tight high taxes, and let's use the actual. Facts data from the peace. Joe? Today's changes in economic growth overwhelmed, the direct effects of policy changes after President Obama raised income taxes in two thousand thirteen they expected Joe to collect an extra six hundred fifty billion dollars over ten years. So let's be clear here Obama hikes taxes. The Obama administration expected a windfall of six hundred fifty billion additional tax dollars due to their tax hike over ten years. The CBO Joe had predicted and you will growth with average three point seven percent through twenty sixteen after those tax. Well, a fair question now that those tax hikes are over that period of time is over to twenty sixteen would be well what actually happened right? We raise the actual revenue over that ten year which hasn't closed yet, obviously. But we're ways through it. And did we meet those growth targets? Here we go when the actual growth rate through two thousand fourteen through twenty sixteen. Was forty percent lower than predicted. Joe the CPO revised its revenue estimate down by an astonishing three point one trillion dollars. Oh, four point seven times the amount that tax increase was opposed to collect. So let's get this straight again liberals, I know facts that data are hard. I get it. I know you've taken the vaccine against facts at an early age, but the Obama tax hikes. They predicted a six hundred fifty billion dollar windfall due to the decrease growth from those tax hikes and that money coming out of the economy. They have now revised the estimate to the to the point where they think they're going to lose three point one trillion, which is nearly five times the amount. It was supposed to collect. Joe? I bring us up always with you on the line because you live in Maryland still. Yeah, you were there when I was there. Remember when governor O'Malley liberal Democrat, instituted the millionaire's tax. Jim. And they said, oh, it's going to raise one hundred million plus in taxes. What did it actually you? Joe people fled Maryland Dros thing. Well that losing almost twice the amount. It was supposed to raise. Remember that? Rebecca, these Marylanders come back. They all Pennsylvania. It was awful Virginia this actually happened. And this is what's so frustrating about liberals the facts never get in the way of their stupid arguments. The CPO it goes on also cut its growth estimate for two thousand sixteen by five hundred twenty four billion that's six thousand four hundred seventy five dollars GDP for every family afford, America. Now one more paragraph year conversely when economic growth in twenty eighteen the Trump era came in higher than the two percent. The CBO had predicted in the previous year, this windfall added four thousand seven hundred forty dollars of GDP for every family of four and prompted the CBO to increase its federal revenue projections for the next decade by one point two trillion dollars, folks, again, don't let this get in the way of your silly liberal arguments. But do you see what I'm getting at here? You owe tax hikes under the Obama administration projected to raise money cost the government based on the updated projections up to five times the amount was supposed to raise while the tax cuts by Trump actually generated revenue how they generated revenue because it put more money in people's pockets who promptly went out and did what spent it on their businesses. They're a barber. They bought new scissors the scissor company, then had a buy more steel this the'll company, then had a by more iron ore. The iron ore company had to pay a minor the minor then to go out and buy stuff to feed his family at every level of production. All of those people earning more revenue because the money was in their pocket. Not the government's. Paid income taxes paid a state taxes paid local taxes paid sales taxes economic activity generates taxes by the very nature of the taxing of the economic activity. You don't need to increase the rate. You ain't need to increase. Joe? The actively this is not hard now. Fair analysis when you look at the Laffer curve, which are named after our laugher. Which I radically. I opened up the show with saying, you know, this this is, unfortunately, because you basically you're saying people argue the laugher don't wanna fight back. No, no. I'm saying you can fight back. Be should also base it in facts and data, but the facts data's shouldn't overcome your tactical responsibility to understand what a guerrilla wars going on in politics, but the Laffer curve. Yes. Zero tax rates going to be zero money, but one hundred percent tax rates going zero money to house that your taxes and everything and hundred percent because all you're going to do is tax once and no one's ever going to work again. There is a sweet spot, folks. That's sweet spot. We know time is about eighteen to twenty percent of GDP. That is where people understand that if the fund the constitution roles of government, but see anything above that generally based on Hauser's law as a confiscation of money and assets. And you see a slowdown in economic activity. Listen, I'm just giving you the numbers if the numbers offend you. I'm really sorry. But those are in fact, the numbers. All right. Let me wrap this up. Listen, I appreciate your listenership your viewership. We've been putting these shows on YouTube, even though we had a little snafu today. We'll put the we will put this show on YouTube. I don't care even if we had a little technical snafu. It's YouTube dot com slash Dan Bongino. But I just want to reiterate enclosing folks, it's time to make a scene out there. I mean, it the left isn't kidding around anymore. The party of John F Kennedy is dead that democrat party. Those are now basically moderate Republicans the radical leftists have taken over the party. It's time to fight back. Don't take it anymore. There's no more lying down. Don't let anybody impugn your character. Or try to defame. You don't let them do it on TV don't let them do it at dinner, and I'll leave you with this final. No, I got an Email a while ago. Maybe like three or four years ago. I remember I was running for office or the podcast. Forgive me. I don't remember the details, but a guy. Said to me, and I'm reminded of because I got a tweet saying the same thing last night or someone tweeted to me said, listen, Dan, I've got a bunch of friends, and I don't wanna lose my friends because of politics, folks. I'm sorry. That's now I can't accept that. I've lost a ton of friends. Some I still have their friends. I still have a work, you know, in the Obama administration with me, we have political disagreements we're still friends, I'm friends with a lot of people on FOX who are liberal. But if you're going to lose a friend because they have some kind of policy disagreement with you, they weren't friends in the first place. And remember this worried about losing your friends. He worried about losing your country because it's happening right now for very is. No more lying down, folks. Every opportunity you can you go out and make a scene you go caused a ruckus remember that dance show. We did it's not the first guy to get up and dance. It's the second guy to join them be that guy, you watch someone out there getting into it and someone to pull you back them up. And remember there the violent ones not us. They seek aggressive confrontation not us, but fightback make a scene it matters, folks. All right. Thanks for everything today. I appreciate thanks for tuning in. If you can kind of spread the word about the show. It's important. We rally around the troops. Here we need this. I don't wanna I don't wanna even be left out there on a low number leaving, no more. No more people out there on the battlefield. We got a backup buddies. All right. Thanks a lot folks. I appreciate it. I'll see you all tomorrow. You just heard the Dan Bongino show. You can also get Dan's podcasts on I tunes or soundcloud and follow Dan on Twitter. Twenty four seven at dbongino.

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808 Affirmation Meditation to Manage Negative People

The Daily Meditation Podcast

26:07 min | 5 years ago

808 Affirmation Meditation to Manage Negative People

"You're listening to episode eight hundred and eight welcome to the daily meditation podcast. I'm Mary Mickley. And I'm a meditation teacher who shares a different meditation technique every single day on the podcast and each technique is customized around a weekly theme. So you get to explore a particular topic in depth. So you can really master it throughout the week and focus your whole intention on attaining, those particular qualities using and exploring different meditation techniques, and I encourage you to be open minded throughout this seven part series. Because every day we explore a different technique, and some of these techniques may be new to you. I know for myself some of these techniques. I didn't try until I had meditated for over a decade. And now that I received so many benefits from some of the different techniques that I hadn't tried before such as MU draws or Chuck Ross or even walking meditations, I really regret that. I didn't give them a try earlier. So just see how you do as you try the different techniques this week and mostly I honor you for giving yourself permission to slow down. And connect to the best part of who you are. Because that's really what meditation is all about. That's why you sit down and show up for yourself day in day out. And when you do this you begin to feel more confident you begin to value yourself. And of course, honor yourself. And as a result, you put out your best to the world around. You your best work. You are your best in relationships. You're better at taking care of your health and your happier. You have more of a sense of purpose. And that's what we're really going to focus on as we continue to explore to dis meditation using an affirmation every single Monday, I share and affirmation with you. And we repeat this affirmation in a particular way. It's a very intense way where you use your voice and power of your focus sound is incredibly powerful in really seeps into our consciousness and many different levels. So when you apply the power of your voice to your offer mation to your words are words, speak us. So when you do this, you create a very powerful state for yourself, many people think of African nations as oh, yeah. What a nice thing to just, you know, repeat these nice thoughts to myself will I like to share a very dynamic way to repeat an effort mation. So you get the results you're going after. And as always you can find all the different meditation techniques, all the meditations any resources or references that I share in this weeks series on. Managing negative people. That's a big topic. We you can find all the different resources over at my website at CYP and omen dot com. It's S I P A N D O M dot com. Just look for the managing negative people meditation series so this series, if you're a member of our private secret Facebook group, which you can join absolutely free. Just send me a message on my Facebook page at Sipa gnome dot com. And I'll gladly you to this group or in every single resource section on my website. Just look for the podcasts tab and you'll see all the different meditation series there. You can find a way to. Join that free private Facebook group, and what we do is where group of meditators from around the world, and we to a meditation challenge, customized around these weekly themes, you can share your challenges, you can ask questions, and I pop in there just about every day. And if I'm not there, there are lots of people who are happy to chime in with their two cents in regard to any questions, you may have meditation. In fact, I I really have to say I'm often humbled because the listeners the people in our private group. I think they often answer the questions that people are having better than I do. So I often just kind of let them handle that because they really have each other's back and support each other many people have connected off. Line and some really beautiful relationships have been formed in this special group. I don't the only way, you know, to join the group is by listening to the podcast, and you see it just a small link in the resources section 'cause I really wanna keep it to where you know, if you really want to do this, you have to go to a little bit of extra work to to join it because I feel like, you know, many people just join all kinds of Facebook groups, and I wanted it to be where you really wanted to be there. If you join this group, and you had to do a little extra work to find it. So I want to share to dis meditation topic with you managing negative people. And I'm telling you about this private Facebook group will I I gave a poll there two weeks ago and asked why should? Biggest stress trigger, and I was told the biggest stress trigger for most of the listeners in that group was overwhelmingly managing negative people. So this is a pretty hefty topic. And it's something that you can't absolutely manage when you have a particular mindset. So what I'm doing throughout this whole week is I'm sharing with you. Mindsets of people who do move past. Allowing negative people to influence their lives and dominate their lives. And so yesterday I shared with you a passage from the book by Marcus Aurelius of form in Roman emperor. In his book of meditations, and he talks about how it's important to realize you're going to run into all kinds of people people who are angry people who are boastful people who are just rude and Anri, and they're going to be in your life. But the important thing is not for you to focus on them is for you to focus on yourself and doing the right thing he is part of the stoic philosophy. Not really if Alaska maybe it's more of a thread of thoughts that of great people most of them in Greece and Rome for about five hundred years just this train of thought about being virtuous and doing the right thing. And it was during the Hellenistic period where there's a lot of turmoil and. Uncertainty in the world. And I think you could say that we do have some of that going on in our current times as well. So I think many people are accepting outlandish behavior and brutality and many things that we normally would just not tolerate because we're feeling uncertain. And we're starting to lose hope and accepting that maybe this is just the way it is. I won't say that for everybody, certainly, but I've been talking to lots of people and reading the news just like you do about how the negative influences and negative leadership that you see all over the world. Is becoming stronger and more dominant. It seems and so when you consider how to move past the negative influence. Especially if it's the leadership in your community or at your job, or maybe you live in a family where you have some very negative people. One of the ways that you can manage it is to to what Robin Sharma. I'm a big fan of Robin Sharma, Aleve linked to his work, and this particular video that inspired me over on my website for this series. He talks about focus as being more important than intelligent, and he caused us a brain tattoos something to tattoo on your brain focus is more important than intelligence. So Robin Sharma is a very inspirational speaker leader he's from Canada. But he travels all over the world. And I love listening to his work because I feel the same way that he does about many things and. When I hear this about focus. This is such a key tip in managing negative people. Because when you focus. On what it is. That's important to you. Then the negative people or influences even pain, physical pain or emotional pain. You move past that because you're so focused and at a time when there are so many distractions. This focus is ever more important that two point one hours a day is spent in distraction, and that it takes thirty minutes to refocus yourself after you've been distracted. So think about when you expose yourself to negative news or situations are negative conversations that steals your life energy that you could be focusing on your goals and your ambitions. And when you think about yourself what you're doing for yourself, especially here, you are meditating. This is a powerful thing to do for yourself. And you're showing up for yourself. You're giving yourself this time. And so. You want to cherish this experience and protect this space that you've created for yourself. So how do you focus you focus by knowing your purpose showing up stronger in who you are and Robin Sharma talks about how most of the very successful people. He works with have a deep inner resolve and an insatiable appetite for learning. So, cultivate, these qualities in yourself go for what you want out of life show up as more of who you are when you're a negative situations. And when you are around negative people. When you have this certainty and this commitment, and this deep inner resolve people can sense that and even though they might try to tear you down they'll be less inclined to do. So because they will since how strong you are within yourself. So this is a little bit longer discussion than I normally leave, but it's for a very important topic. Because there is a lot of negative influences taking place these days all over the world. And I know that for many people moving past these negative influences and negative people can be a turning point. So you can do this by focusing on what it is. And being very clear about what you want what you're about. And I'll be sharing techniques with you throughout this week to do that. And. Then having this deep inner resolve. So as I considered an affirmation to share with you. I try out the affirmation to see just kind of how they feel and. Words have such a tremendous impact on how you feel when you speak them. So my first inclination was to test the affirmation, I believe in me, so pursuing. Your passions and becoming more of who you are to overcome negative people. I believe in me, but it didn't seem to have that resolve. And so I decided to try the affirmation. I am worth it. And that really hit it for me. See how it goes for you. I am worth. It says so much more. It says that your purpose and everything about you. You are worth it. So bring this fourth more often and the negative people and situations fade away because you're so focused on what it is your trying to do and you honor yourself for that. So let's do the affirmation the same way we do every affirmation getting seated into your meditation, sit up straight with a straight spine. Began to relax the different areas of your body where you're likely to hold tension. Closure is gently has their closed. Keep them slightly uplifted. This keeps your thoughts. Uplifted as you meditate. Relax your feet. Relax, your calves. Soften, your knees. Relax, your thighs. Gray lacks your hips. Latte. Your stomach hang out, loosen. It up. As soon as you let go of the tension in your stomach, you, relax, your muscles. You automatically give yourself inexperience of. Peace in your body and mind. Do you feel that can you tell the difference? Relax, your shoulders. Relax, your arms and your hands. Arrest them on your lap with your palms upward or town. Art. Ax your back and your neck. Soften your throat. Sophon your jaw. Relax your face. Laxer is gently closed slightly uplift. Beautiful notice how you feel. Focus on your Braff notice higher breathing now. God your own pace, not for senior breath. Allowing yourself to be exactly how you're feeling at this moment. Bringing tonight and something you'd really like to focus on in your life. Maybe it's your health. Or a goal a career goal. Maybe it's a relationship. Whatever it is bring to mind. Be very clear about what it is. You want? Spine straight shoulders, Josh stomach, relaxed. Now, repeat the affirmation, and a loud voice a few times, really waking up your system. And then we'll repeat the affirmation in your normal. Speaking voice. And then you'll whisper the affirmation. And then you'll repeat the affirmation moving your lips without any sound coming out at all. Finally, mentally, repeat the affirmation. Do this for a few rounds at each level noticing how you feel at each stage focusing on what it is. You have this deep inner resolve to accomplish. Something new you want to embark on or something you've been wanting to do. But you just just just just haven't pursued it. So here we go. I am more thet in a voice that song. Repeat? I am more thet. I am or that. I am or. Notice how you feel? Narrate Pete the affirmation in your natural speaking voice, I am more thet. I am worth it. I am more thet. Notice how you feel? Now Wisber the affirmation. I. I award that notice how you feel. Nary Pete the affirmation moving your lips without any sound coming out at all simply moving your lips to the words. Do it three times. Peo to fall. Notice how you feel? Now, mentally repeat the affirmation to yourself silently, repeat it three times. Silently, I am art. That's fantastic notice. How you feel? Now, take this straight. You've cultivated. And set and stillness absorbing. When your mind wanders. Bring it back to the affirmation. To refocus your thoughts. And then go back into this stillness again, you may do this several times as you sit and meditate and that's natural. Meditate just to the point where you could go a little bit longer. Always ending your meditation on a high note. And as always you are so worth slowing down for.

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The Jewel of Abundance Written By Ellen Grace O'Brian

My Seven Chakras

17:00 min | 1 year ago

The Jewel of Abundance Written By Ellen Grace O'Brian

"Jeopardize episode three fourteen the Senate Chuck Swirling for two Seasons Energy position throughout the base of the spine to the crown of the head worth thousands the FBI agent has been pen. Stop Measure to cycle what are the functions of these energy such and Cook these chucked help you unlike your destiny and fine. You're through purpose. Let's welcome to my set chocolates and now your host Gye. Kumar was back you drive A._J.. Here host and founder of my seven chuckers the show for action diggers around the world who are looking for ancient wisdom to balance their emotions starts and energy is that they can achieve their wildest dreams than I do that through interviews training sessions and educational national programs now today's bullied Thursday which means I'm going to read out an excerpt from a book that I am excited about today's book as guard the jewel of abundance finding prosperity through the ancient wisdom of Yoga by Ellen Grace O'Brien. Who's been a guest on our show in the past you Ajaria Ellen Grace O'Brien is a teacher in the tradition of Creole Yoga who makes this ancient philosophy and practice accessible salute to the modern mind too many books events and programs she inspires bought newcomers and experienced practitioners to create lives of abundant wholeness bumpers and wisdom? She is the founder and spiritual director uh off the Center for Spiritual Enlightenment with headquarters in San Jose California C. S. E. is a meditation center and spiritual community in the tradition of create yoga based on the teachings of Parma. Hansa yonder brought to the U._S. in nineteen twenty. Now the reason why I'm doing this book read is because it's so timely yoga is much more than the US owners that are practiced in the studios these days yoga up means the Union of mind body and soul and that's why there's a lot of wisdom and philosophy that can be drawn from this ancient science and guess what Yoga talks in depth about attracting more real prosperity into your life and who doesn't want more of that right so in this book Ellen Draws upon the Ancient Way Dick Tradition of yoga philosophy and practice and shows how spirituality and earthly success. This can complement one another leading to the realization of the higher self so as you can imagine the wisdom in this book is practical applicable and dymally now before we dive into today's amazing excerpt I wanNA thank bs be as seven who wrote as an amazing five star review on. I tunes they write every episode I've listened to so far has helped me tremendously normally each episode full of information and inspiration but A._J.. And everyone featured on the podcasts make listening fun and easy to listen to I listen to an episode every morning and it really helps me set my day up for success drive to love and the best I can be this podcast has changed my life and I am so grateful to have stumbled upon it so thanks a lot so much for writing as this review seven action drive if you'd like me to read out your review as well to our listeners around around the globe than take a few seconds and give us an itunes review the link you need is my seven jerkers dot com forward slash review. My seven chuckers dot com forward slash review no right to take a few minutes. Let's and right as a review all right so let's begin now this excerpt from chapter eighteen on page number two one seven and scored radical prosperity these at our hearts warming us with the intimations of an astounding destiny going home unto itself yielding to these persuasions gladly committing ourselves in body and soul utterly and completely to the light within is the beginning of true life. This is a court by Thal Miskelly viewed through the Lens of Spiritual Awareness Bras Pudding is to serve higher purpose banner doc secretly living that purpose requires both getting into and or ourself getting into ourselves with the spiritual exploration we undertake to discover the true self to remember. Who Do we really are getting or ourselves? Releasing remnants of the false self with its separate limited personal agenda full on driving necessitates a bigger agenda one that exceed small self interest and individual capacity. It's an agenda that involves surrender and the expansion of potential and possibility that only surrender brings it is a radical approach. The fulfillment radical prosperity through serving life the term radical prosperity is drawn from the deep meaning of the word radical which the American heritage dictionary defines finds as arising from or going to a root our source fundamental basic op prosperity is radical like a seed is radical getting within it the energy jeep and blueprint to thrive that is inherent to its essence medical also means according to the dictionary caddy to the farthest limit extreme sweeping favoring are effecting revolutionary changes true prosperity is also radical in the sense a revolutionary approach to driving away to live that is at once innovative groundbreaking an unconventional the abundant sold guided life is inwardly rather than outwardly directed. It is not guided by the marketplace it is non-conforming to the ordinary drives for name riches are fame yet it may produce any or all of that which is of little or no concern to the one following this prosperity but a radical life of self giving lived in harmony with spiritual principle thriving having that arises from spiritual awakening dedicated to the well-being of all carries the revolutionary potential of selfless love with its power to transform hearts and minds on <unk> eyes are opened where he wants saw only intractable problems abundant solutions to our personal and global ills up here are big foolish project start. A huge foolish project like nor said Rummy are big foolish. Project is our divinely inspired life our response to life's invitation to serve. There's a tendency to think that living a higher purpose by following doing a divinely inspired idea must be some grant project are monumental task but that is not necessarily the case we ourselves are the divinely inspired idea the astounding rounding destiny we are called to is the fulfillment of our purpose the authentic expression that is our life we thrive when we take up this big foolish project of becoming who we. Dr Through serving life contrbuting Ward is ours to contribute considered a timeless story of Noah and the Ark a demonstration of as radical prosperity nor followed his inner guidance to serve serve life and be bored and courageous agent of transformation. He wasn't building yard for himself. No doubt he was a subject to ridicule of others and the BOB's of his own self doubt yet he persevered persevered on the journey of becoming metaphysically. The story is one of transformation the flood signifies the purification process that accompanies surrender of self will the ARC filled filled with animals nor and his family represent mind with all its creative potential responding to divine direction leave the old consciousness ord ideas and habits that no longer serve your prospering path leave all that behind and head for higher ground a more spiritually award outlook. Noah's destiny is died. Doing what is history do according to his gifts and potential so is ours. According to our gifts once we discovered our init- wholeness the only way to open to us is one of serving life from that awaken awakened viewpoint. What else would there be to do when we are free of the troublesome personal lead to gain anything the lightened part opens before us which is offering our gifts in harmony with Detroit of our being what we do is that which frees the soul to express this is the great prospering part of becoming the wisdom traditions point to it with their universal signposts on the we of awakening in the Bugah what Gita Krishna says it's better to do one's own work and feel in the attempt then to do the work of another and succeed surely a radical definition of success? We readily grasp its wisdom when we know our success is soul actualization then it's obvious that the only way to drive is to do that which is guaranteed to draw out our divine potential. The teachings of Jesus in the Gospel of Thomas echoed his prescription for fulfillment if you bring forth what is within you what you bring forth. Will Save you. The ancient ever new call for radical prosperity brings us to the threshold of how how do we offer our gives. How do we line up with life's prospering intention? In how do we begin to serve life. We begin by offering we offer the inclination of our heart in harmony vid who we have always been we offer our talents with a raw developed I loved in accordance with our nature and more significantly we offer ourselves to serve life release ideas and expectations about our service based on the lives of others while we may be inspired by them are part of prosperity will have its unique terms and terms. It's individual lessons and requirements who we are is what life is looking for. We've already been accepted into life's chiefs frost betting program so often we imagined selfless service as a project and geared up to do something truly worthy or inspiring do something open a soup kitchen a shelter for abandoned animals out of school yet that is not it. It may be something or nothing like that are particular part of serving brings for the puzzle piece. We are holding our unique offering to the expression of of life's wholeness. It may be a project the seeds of which have been germinating in your heart for years audit may be a fully conscious life harmoniously and simply lived where wholeness shines forth to bless. It's all humanity or it could be creating something new technology art gardening cooking science. The possibilities are endless each according to one's own own nature so they action tribe. I hope you enjoyed today's book excerpt and are ready to take some action is really enjoyed. Today's book exert because every sentence hours reading our sort of <hes> relating back to to <hes> our moment of mice jerker as and the action tribe and my starting this podcast and at certain phases I wasn't able to even speak because the words really touched my heart so I hope it inspires something but then you no matter what the project you're embarking on where you are in your life or what goals dreams you have. Remember that your Dharma is your own Dharma. Don't compare yourself with others and realize that even though you might be going through a difficult or challenging. Aging are really struggling phase where you need to be is where you already are and where you are is what is going to take you to where you need to be to them. Encountering a lot of <hes> you know blockages in Metro I think I need to clear Lear Metro Jackrabbit but of course the words and the situation is so heart warming that <hes> sometimes it's hard to express right and I'm sure you can sense my energy <hes> but but the point I'm trying to make action. Tribe is that realized that <hes> there's something something called divine timing and the fact that you're listening to this episode proves my point so just have faith and take one small step towards your divine purpose and the opening of prosperity in your life because because that is certain now if you enjoy listening to this episode and then it makes sense to offer a copy of this book and go deeper right go to my seven CHAKA's dot com forward slash three one four book that's my seven chocolate has dot com forward slash three one four your book and if you get an opportunity at each out to Ellen Grace O'Brien for writing this amazing and profound and visiting filled book if you prefer listening to the Audio Book version instead then know that you can get the same book for free on audible because Ardabil is offering all listeners all of you one free audiobook and do audible originals for free just for trying out their service along with a thirty day trial so we'll go to my seven chocolate dot com forward slash free book. That's my seven chocolates dot com forward slash free book and just search for the jewel of abundance now if you're on instagram than Dag me while you're listening so that we can connect. I I really love to connect with all of you on social and share your story with our community. My instagram is at my seven chuckers. That's act my seven shirkers and finally like I said in my last episode I'm looking to connect and collaborate and grew our movement movement and take it to a whole new level and I'm putting together or discard the my seven chuckers dream squad to achieve our vision like I mentioned we lead some people who are experts and passionate about a particular field within marketing ticketing which could be social media grilled S._E._O.. podcasting graphics whatever that might be reach out to me and let's grow together. My email is age aired. My seven Chuck Ross Dot com that's A._J.. At my seven Chuck Ras Dot Com so once again I really enjoyed connecting with you today. Today was a a different accepted as a heart touching heartwarming and really really profound <hes> and I hope you sent that as well but have a great day and doctor you soon thank you for listening to my son shot at my son Chuck Dot Com that mind S. E. Chocolate.

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Didgeridoo Sound Healing, Ancient Music and The Power of Vibration with Joseph Carringer #260

My Seven Chakras

59:41 min | 2 years ago

Didgeridoo Sound Healing, Ancient Music and The Power of Vibration with Joseph Carringer #260

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Yes. I am create great Joseph Karen ger is a professional digitally do musician and sound therapist with twenty years of digital playing expedience is work as a digital do musician and south therapist has taken him everywhere from the jungles of Peru. The beaches of Jamaica and the Big Sky country of Montana in sound therapy practice, he uses concert last Digital's, which would which would be talking about today. Combining traditional Chinese medicine, Oregon and mid it interior with IRA Chuck philosophies to create a unique and powerful therapeutic sound healing experience. So we're going to dive deep into all of this today and much more. But before that, thanks a lot for joining major. Thank you for having me on your show. Great. So a lot of in fact, most of what you do is inspiring. So what is your favorite inspirational court these days, and how do you? Obliged to your day-today life. Have to be be the change in where we're where we're living now in and just with everything that's going on waking up every day and just wanting to be able to be a lighthouse and grounded sense of positivity is is where I've been anchoring back to in my day to day. Got it got it. Thanks a lot shedding so action tribe. We've had this court shared a few times in the past. But it's so powerful. And so important, which is that you have to be the change that you'd like to see in the word in sometimes it's not easy. It's difficult, but this is a practice. And then every time you wake up in the morning. The question that you could ask is how can I be the change that this world needs to see today? So thanks a lot sharing that really powerful court with us. And with that, let's begin. So for listeners who aren't familiar with this particular instrument? What exactly is the digital Duke? And I'm pronouncing it correctly right in its did redoing it's actually phenomenon appear. It's based on the sound that the European Australians heard when they first showed up on the continent and ran into the aboriginal didgeridoo players playing the instrument, and it was a description of the sound that they were hearing. So it's actually not the tribal name for the instrument for the aboriginal tribes. The. So it's it's a digital has become the common name for a class of instruments, which are basically just a harder to that are vibrated with a loose lip on knbr shirt that is very similar to a motorboat sound that you make with your lips. And it produces a a deep tonal, vibration. The the tribes in Australia that have the did redo as part of as part of their culture. There's about thirty five forty five different ones. And. The each one of the tribes has a different name and dream time stories from where the instrument came from and their history with the instrument is anywhere between tens of thousands of years. You know, like ten twenty thousand years old depending on whose estimating it all the way up to you'll see quotes a forty to eighty thousand years at the aboriginal tribes have had the instrument, but they're not the only culture that's actually volved to have a degree do style instrument. The Filipinos the southeast Asians have their own degree do culture and the Mayan had what was called the Mayan horn on the American continent. And it was it's made of a Gava, and it's very similar and sounds very similar to the digital do. So he's had multiple cultures that have converging evolved. This into this instrument, which is in there called era phones broadly in the class. And did you do as the common name for them? Gotta go. So when I didn't know that it's not actually a tribal name. But it was described the sounds that they heard when they heard the the native split for the very first time. Correct. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. The most common tribal name that you'll hear which is. I think it's the only reason why I think that it's as common as it is because of all the names that I've seen the easiest one to pronounce your Dokki and you'll see your doc you used to describe aboriginal I'd Austrailia aboriginal digitally dues. But again, that's one one name in wondering time story of multiple tribes that had different names in different stories that go along with how they they acquired that that instrument. Got it got no you say dreamed story. I'm not familiar with the term what exactly does that entail. So the the average people have a belief in a system that of of what's called the dream time so here in so so the idea even using the digital do in the what I call. A very westernized approach to to using it with a holistic sticking westernize approach using a digital do as a sound therapy tool, and aboriginal culture is something that they wouldn't have even considered because disease illness sickness all these things occur in what's called the dream time. So the dream times a dual existence between the physical world and the spirit world the spirit world is where you go to when you fall asleep at night or you pass onto the next life. But that's the time that always has been. It's the timeless time it's always has been and always will be and the physical world where we are. Now, this is the dream time of the physical world. And it's where you come to experience, the lesions of physicality emotion at sort of the Disneyland for the soul. So we wake up you wake up from the dream time of the spirit world into the dream time of the physical world, you go to sleep from the time of the physical world, and you wake up into the dream time of the spirit world, and so it's his door existence. But illness disease. As if you fall down break, your leg, all of those things occur because something or someone was casting dream time. Magic on you in the dream time of the spirit world and look at that from a holistic standpoint, it's very similar in what we believe in terms of traditional Chinese medicine. Ira Vetik approaches like various different energetic approaches to sorta energy medicine it. It goes back to this idea of emotional, emotional stagnation, energetic, stagnation, something that happens. Inside of the spirit body is what's manifesting itself into these physical expressions of disease. So there they had a very enlight. There have very enlightened view, it's just a different way of describing describing the metaphor. They look at it just a little bit differently. The very similar it's very similar holistic philosophy. Gotta thanks for sharing that if not for sound healing. Traditionally, so what was it? Use for was was a despite of daily life, so traditional tribal song for the aboriginal culture traditional tribal song tribal dance part of their oil tradition. So keeping their stores, and then a lot of a lot of things that they just haven't shared. I mean, the aboriginal my experience with my experience without original traditional aboriginal. Did we do players is very very limited. I've had a I've been fortunate enough to. Have to really profound interactions one was with a many several years ago. When I first started my practice with a aboriginal medicine man who was in the United States, and he found me through the internet, and we had a conversation where he got into a spirited conversation about these differences between aboriginal belief systems and western philosophies, and then my I did actually came from a ceremony that was done by Bill Harney's tribe, and Catherine just outside of Darwin Bill was the first aboriginal man to receive land rights back from the Australian government on behalf of his tribe. And he was a mixed breed aboriginal. He was a half out, original half English. And was the son of Bill Harney senior who is a road builder for the British government out of the Australian government, and he they he was able to avoid being part of the stolen generation that were taken from the tribes for being expired because they. Lied about his whose father was essentially they said that he was another aboriginal on man on the land his tribe in nineteen Ninety-six. They did a ceremony where they put out to the universe that they wanted a group of people from all over the world to come to their land that they were going to teach how to make degree do's. And after they made all these interviews with them. They were going to send them back to where they came from. And so there was a gentleman from Portsmouth New Hampshire where I was. I I grew up in New Hampshire. And there was this guy. Rob Harvey who in early nineteen ninety six got this urge to go to Austria. And learn about digital do's and ended up running into one of bills tribal members that brought him to their land. And he ended up staying there for four and a half five months making good reduce number them back to the states. And somehow I did came out of the ceremony which I could I picked up, and I could just play which was a pretty profound experience in itself. Right. Right. So so just a bit. You know, talkable dot was about your first experience with the digits. You know, what were you doing at that time? And and I know you've alluded to this. But you know, how did that match happen between you and the instrument so in at some point in in in early early winter midwinter nineteen Ninety-six I actually sat up from from dead. Sweep first thing I said when I woke up sitting straight up was I'm gonna play the degree do. And when I was dating at the time of like, I was nuts. And I went back to sleep, and a, you know, vigilant pay much attention to it other than just kept coming back in my head every now and again, and then it was in ninety seven that I ended up finding this ditch of at a shop import in portrait New Hampshire. It was actually at a at a artifacts and world. Good store in called macroscopic and Portsmouth Hampshire and I went in. And I was hanging out with. A couple of friends of mine. One of them was a bass player in a band that? I was struggling to be a sax player in and rocked over to this pile of instruments that were in a container that had a sign over the top. That's did reduce the only reason why new we do. And the first pick up was the stage that I still have. And I put it to my lips made a perfect sound on it and the woman from around the corner that was working behind the counter, and she said he put it a digital doing. I said, no. And she said, yes, she when I held it up and went yes, I do. And I remember looking at at Keith the guy that I was there with and saying to him I can just see, you know, walking out on stage and performing, and I'm just describing all these different things that I'm seeing and this is, you know, twenty years ago now, and what was amazing was over the last four or five years to reflect back on that moment when I picked this up, and I saw all of these visions and all of these things with by from playing this holiday. Stick essentially that was like, you know, I was nowhere near that. At that point. And then now, you know, doing classes on on quantum manifestation, and and working with people on understanding projection in quantum co creating and realizing that moment when I touched that instrument connected back to this connection with this tribe. And these people who saw this vision in one or two create the sound in this vibe ration- to help heal the planet, and and and bring positivity and all of these things moving forward, and I've been experiencing these things that I saw at that moment, you know, being on stage in front of in front of people being in these settings where I'm I'm doing workshops, and I'm helping people to to find their healing potential to find their their highest manifestation potential. So it's been an incredibly humbling experience to be to be part of all of to be part of all of this. So thanks for sharing. Now from talking about the digital. Let's talk a bit about the chocolate has now. How can of course, a no if they're Chuck res- neat Lenzing? And if there are blockages in the energy body, what are some signs are hints Neta person needs to be Dench in too. Because obviously, you're helping people heal right using age in using sound healing. So just wondering some clarity around there. Absolutely. So it's you know, I talk about in keeling, personal healing is one. It's something that you do for yourself. I so I don't think of myself as a healer, I don't think they did redo miraculously healing instrument. It hold the space to create a potential for people to engage their highest potential. So you can entrain entrain energetic stagnation back with within tune frequencies, but as far as knowing if you have a stagnation or a blockage somewhere wellness is not a death. Nation. So we always have worked that we can be doing. We have optimal wellness that we can achieve and we have we can be in places where we're not doing. So well, one of the the key indications, you know, that that my clients would I run into you know, stress anxiety. Those are those are common factors. You know? We have so many outside stimulations, I work with a physician who does programs or she's her biggest her the biggest thing that she enjoys doing is getting people off of prescription medicines through changing diet, exercise and lifestyle changes inside of people. So, you know. You you can you know when something is not feeling right? Inside of you, even though you know, when you're when you're off emotionally. And that's so it's a feeling I don't know if that if you're searching, and you're feeling out of balance, then you probably do have something that you want to work on. But in insane that you don't feel like you're you're the only one because we all we all continue to practice to improve our wellness in our health and wellbeing. Absolutely. That totally makes sense. I mean, there's I think an inner knowing when something is out of balance, and it's all about trusting infusions to a greater extent. Right. So apart from the stress or the or the worry that you might face because our day to day routines. But also, there's this inner knowing that things are says some blockage or there's something that I need to work on. So for someone listening to the show right now, how does sound heal the body out of the why rations interact with our body. So all sound has the potential to interact with our subtle energy systems, whoever physical body than we have the subtle energy system inside of it and the orientation that you choose to use whether it's traditional Chinese medicine. I reveal the Tibetan the Cherokee all the different all the different energy systems that are out there that all kind of interacting coke correlate with each other inside of that subtle energy system. There is the potential. For energy emotional stagnation to happen in various areas. So from a traditional Chinese medicine or in ira- Vetik seven shocker standpoint, if you had if you're dealing with an anger issue that would reside Oregon wise, so traditional Chinese medicine inside of liver liver is inside of the of the seven shockers inside of the third shock grow. And so emotionally you'd be dealing with broadly in the seven shockers self esteem self image from the Oregon side in traditional Chinese medicine. That's anger is what generally resides there. And so if you imagine that being a an energetic dark spot, so there's an emotional. There's an emotional stagnation cloudy area inside of that inside of what would be that crystal and energy. What's sound can do is that tonal vibration that exists inside of us, those those vibrational sound an into infrequency, and whether it's the did you do tuning forks. Winging both someone chanting in tune you can entrain a lower frequency vibration, lower frequency sound waves into into infrequency through super positioning the sound waves. So at it's at its most basic what the town wave is doing is tuning up that stagnation now those so that's the energetic aspect of how how did we do the person it's like a rookie achieve on power washer, and how it clears out and in trains, energetic stagnation, that's only going to be as effective though as an individual's ability to be able to release that and not hang onto that. After the fact so price practitioners. We can we can coach people into into showing them what they what what wellness feels like. But then the person is going to have to want to engage that as a as a part of as a as a permanent part of their being. Well, absolutely. And I totally believe that when some when somebody's healing the healing is done by their inner healer. Right. And so the healer or the person who's working with them is facilitating providing the environment and circumstances that would make the healing possible. But at the end of the day like you suggested if the person inaugurated hill, then it, you know, they might be only the person needs time and from more I have understood a lot of this is written in their souls contract. We come here on earth to experience certain challenges difficulties and all of that could be health related issues as well. So maybe it's cases not time. Interesting because it goes back to that whole idea of, you know, the physical world being the the Disneyland for the sole right? Whether you be that idea being the, and I'm really simplifying a very. A very beautiful and complex system. But looking at it looking at it that way to simplify so you know, we're here for this. This I- this experience. You can't have an understanding of joy love and happiness without also being able to understand sorrow grief sadness. You know, these things relate to each other. So but too much of any one thing is not a good thing. Right. We have to have balance. That's what we're that's that's what we're we're working towards and essentially when you're when you're working on your subtle energy system. That's really what you're doing is. You're you're you're practicing balance you're practising to find that state. Absolutely everything in moderation action tribe to exercise is also really bad for you. So everything in moderation. So you've spoken to Joe's about the energetic affects off sound healing. But also, there's a physical effect when you're using the ditch in facilitating this healing process. And I also read that you know, you do some thing that is going to sound massage which is pretty fascinating. So I I started my practice. I I was very much focused on unjust the physical aspects of the digital then and it being a form of sound massage. When I was researching in in in two thousand and three trying to find out what what was this? What was the sound? The sound therapy thing with the degree do all about because I've been playing for years, and what I what I saw was that. There was descriptions of physical physical release from various forms of of. Of pain and stress so remove muscle tension, Muslim adding relief of migraine, insomnia. Like, very various different things all revolving around essentially, what is what a now understand. Is this relaxation that happens and the the digital do is really unique sound therapy tool in that it produces harmonic as low as zero point something hurts, and they'll see commonly on average around the thousand Hertz range, the audible getting up into the audible range that goes as high as thousand when I play I hit between thirteen hundred eighteen hundred Hertz depending on which to jump playing, and I know that just because the amount of time I spend in the studio, but that inaudible infra sound range so that zero point something to to wear it starts to bridge out of inaudible into audible from around like thirty five thirty Hertz, depending on your hearing that range of sound is a really big deep sound wave and will produce a similar physiological effect as to what happens when you use ultrasound so super high inaudible which they use medically everything from. You know, ultrasound imaging to then physical therapy worked with stimulating bone growth relieving muscle tension, muscle modding, and that happens from warming the muscle from the inside from the sound wave all the way to they can't fully explain why ultrasound shock waves or sound waves will stimulate bone growth. But they know that it does. And they've known this installation. Fifties early sixties and interestingly enough in for Sam produced by the ditch has these same physiological effects will be muscle muscle tension muscle. Nodding stimulating bone growth in the case of breaks fractures, bone surgery. And so I've been doing supportive work for physical trauma as long as I've had my practice that was that was the first thing, and then the energetic side of it was something that I was introduced to within the first couple of months of of putting my practice out there by a group of acupuncturist that essentially adopted me and said, hey, we're gonna we're gonna give you a deeper understanding of of sound and of the energy of what's going on federal energy wise, and then all the yogis adopted me in and. Said, hey, hang out with us. And we're gonna we're gonna show you another system and how they relate to each other. Well, absolutely. I think the best expedients are really magic happens when you know, practitioners and healers collaborate, right? So you're using sound healing along with the digit. And then you collaborate with acupuncturist or a yoga practitioner, and I'm also in my area. There are people who specialize in essentially is and they're collaborating with yoga practitioners. So what the attendee gets is like a essential oil, plus your experience and collaboration. I guess in any field is is amazing. Absolutely. There's no, you know, I people especially for people who are discovering Listrik in integrative for the first time. There's no one magic bullet. And there's also it it's something that you you don't go to you. Don't go to yoga once. It's a practice. Right. You don't you don't go to acupuncture? Once it's it's something you you you build a connection with. And so it's all of these principles are about connecting with your emotions what's going on. You're the subtle energy system. I quit to being if the physical body the plumbing of the physical body is the if you look at a computer is all the hardware. So the hard drive and all the circuits and the wires and all all of that physical side, the subtle energy system really is in some ways is that that electricity and that programming the subtle programming that flu. Oh, that's flowing through allowing all of that physical to activate. And so it's not a it's not a concrete thing that you can grab onto with anyone thing and having access to multiple tools to be able to find your connection to it is really important. It's different for everybody. Absolutely. Thanks a lot for shedding in, you know, just to say something that Dr win diet also used to say, which is there's a dime for everything does a time for downs. And there's a time for your ups. There's a time for learning into the time for execution. And so no matter what season phase you find yourself in action Scheib a member that you need to have patience. Sometimes because your time is coming now Joseph. You've studied the juxtapose from the Indian tradition in the middle system part of the traditional Chinese medicine. So how'd you come across both of these traditions in win. Did that happen that an amalgamation? So when in two thousand and four of in February two thousand four. Did a demonstration for a group of ballistic practitioners that ended up becoming the New England holistic Health Association. And at that that first meeting that I was at there was three or four acupuncturists that were there at the time and one in particular gentleman named Ed Hubbell who traditional Chinese formulas acupuncturists also sh- monarch practitioners what sweat lodges in maximum security, prisons, really amazing human being adopted me in as a brother and a son. And was just like, hey, listen. I this was one of the most powerful meditations I've ever experienced, and I'm going to help you figure this out. And and you will en- basically saying you already know what you're doing. But you don't know how you know what you're doing. So I'm going to help you and you're gonna come and do stuff with me, and we'll figure it out together. And we'll be able to put some some words to explain what's going on here. But we know there's something here. And then there was a collection of other acupuncturists that became colleagues of mine that gentleman named your rebel plus ski who's rush? Borne was originally veterinarian and Russia came to the United States decided he wanted to be an acupuncturist went back to China to study traditional five elements. So gave me a very grounded sense of five element. And did that through doing work on me? So we would go and he would do he was doing traditional five element cycles on me. So I could understand what was going on geologically, and then another colleague of mine who's she studied Japanese based acupuncture, but then went into working with Japanese light based acupuncture, so instead of using needles. She uses various lights and lasers. And that really taught me the sense of understanding of you know, where you have a needle that is basically an antenna to allow Chee prone to come to it after the Nintendo to to bring to attract energy that area, but you're still bringing vibration. You're you're bringing energy there where you know, light and sound are actual waves. And you can do acupuncture. With with light, vibration. And that was when I really got the understanding that you can apply sound like a new needle form of sound based acupuncture, and so I was doing work with them. And then somewhere along the way when I was really starting to do workshops I- yoga studios where I looked over one day. And I saw a shocker system on the on the wall. And it was the first one I had seen that actually had the notes of the the the appliance. Yeah, it had the and it had the applied. Use of of you know, the the scale the western musical scale for C being first shock GRA d second third fourth Jesus six a and seven b so that's just a major scale. And when I looked at that, I had this author click, and I I've been reading a lot recently about the the applications of sound inside of the. Not centers, and there's a whole conversation. We could definitely go off into that. But the the realization I had at that moment was one I had started playing my digits and aware that felt very naturally. Correct. To me, which was starting coincidentally enough with all of these with C D And E being played I inside of a session because I wanted to build a lower energy center, and then going up into ID digit, crowns at that point. I didn't have a whole set of digits, and it clicked familiar about the relationship between looking at it from the traditional Chinese medicines standpoint, lower Donte on the middle Donte and the upper d'antin, and then the the seven shocker is I three shockers being that lower Donte, and we're supposed to carry the largest amount of energy heart in throat middle d'antin, think of it as a as a as a snowman. So that lower energy centers, really really big the middle energy center gets a little smaller. And then the upper energy center third. I in crown that. That gets a little smaller just like a snowman. If you look at it from the three the three major energy centers versus the southern. But even still is the seven you're still supposed to carry yourself up in that that kind of energetic. Pure paranoid that vibration, having that awareness that that there is this vibration inside of us, it's why we know when things are out of tune, and it makes perfect sense that you would you would fee. Sound we feel we listen to sound as much as we feel it, you know, sound comes through us. And you can you can hear, you know, twelve you can hear some thing. And all of a sudden, it makes you start you can start smiling immediately or you can start crying immediately because that sound is coming through our entire being. Well, absolutely. I mean years back I used to I used to work at both cooperation, and you know, both is famous for its here does I when I buy a home theater, you just don't buy the Twitter you buy the large sub woofer that goes at at at the back. Right. And so the reason for that is people like to feel some and not just here, son. And especially when you watch watching, you know, that dinosaur movie or you're watching that collision that happens you wanna feel like you're right over that. And you want to hear the Tom and you want to hear the crash, and and the allies model that is feeling that sound in your chest. And I think the advantage on the ditch is that you get is data spectrum of sounds, right? It's not just sound in the middle spectrum. But you get infrasonic and ultrasonic and all of that has a therapeutic healing effect on the body. Whether we're talking about the booms on I'm guessing the muscles, cartilage the blood. As well as our energetic body. Absolutely. It's I just just wanted to let you know that my when I do have to amplify. So if I'm playing if I'm playing a room that's slow slightly larger than what I can do acoustically. I actually use a Bose L one series to be to base tubes. Because that is the most accurate representation representation of sound that I could find him when I play and set the set it up. I can't tell with that sound system where my acoustic ditch ends and the bills the Bose sonically picks up like my ears. Can't discern the difference? My my can't feel and it's why I said that figure to in. Appreciate that having worked for both that actually system because it is the most accurate representation of sound that I can find for my digits lamps noonday going on going on a slight Danjean do and actually visited to visited the both side quotas research center in framingham, Massachusetts, and they have. You did a lot of research and sound they've got a bunker room where they place all the speakers, different kinds of speakers, low aberration, high vibration, and they're playing it out loud, and you can enter the room just like that you gotta wear huge mufflers. But when you go into the room, you can literally look at your your pants, and the pens are why rating from the sound, and that's a lot of testing is going on. But but just for perspective, you know, sound is something that you normally hear, but you feel it. Awesome. So Joseph aren't of all the years that you've facilitated this healing process using the what has been your most memorable hitting experience from someone who was attended a workshop was he laughter experiencing the vibrations of the ditch. You know, there's been a lot. And I and I'm humbled every time I see inexperienced somebody having having any type of connection with it. It's just to to be part of anybody's process. It's a real it's a real honor. And the early on. I there was a woman who came to one of my one of my workshops, and it was really really early for me. When in still still find things were discovering these things with was pretty profound and during the group workshops, she started to have these tremors in her legs. And I wasn't. I wasn't entirely. Sure, what was going on keeping an eye on her? 'cause everybody's you know, they're laying down in their eyes are closed, and she's eyes are closed, and she's having these leg tremors. So afterwards and everyone was sharing. She didn't say anything. And then she came up to me and spoke to me afterwards. And she was like, you know, I'd like you get a private session. And so she ended up. Coming and getting a private session and during this private session. There was this. She started to shake again. But this time it was more profound. Like a lot of her body was shaking, and she's out her eyes are closed. And there was this very clear and profound moment for me where I realized that this person had been she didn't used somehow there've been some some trauma, and I very seldom ever ask a client. 'cause what my client show up to to get a session. The first thing. I asked him. What are we working on today? Like, I don't decide anything for them. They tell me when they come back from there the sessions. I I let them tell me what they experienced. I don't ever try to project anything. But this at this point I had to ask her 'cause we're talking afterwards. And I said, you know, I have this overwhelming sentence. And I told her I never I never do. I never questioned things like this overwhelming sense that there was some type of abuse that occurred in and is there something and she lifted. She goes on my God. Thank you so much for confirming something that I've known my whole life, and I've been dealing and she'd been dealing with some really really intense very much like chronic fatigue fibromyalgia symptoms that have been going on progressing, but the doctors really hadn't been able to nail it down. And when she was a very she's a teenage girl of before she was driving. She actually wasn't driving at that point her best friend was accidentally killed by her brother who backed over with their car, and she had a understandably a really dramatic and horrible time of this whole thing and their their family, doctor had put her on sleeping pills and at some point. There was someone in the family. She'd always felt that there was somebody like friend of the family on or something someone was abusing her, and she was never able to quite Neil it down and she needed she she conscious. Consciously couldn't nail down that this had happened to her but subconsciously her her being in her identity had known that something had gone on and something had happened. And by being able to resolve this her symptoms of everything that you've been dealing with vanish as soon as she could create a associate what had been happening to her in that in on energetically. What had happened to her physically? But what she couldn't resolve because she couldn't draw conscious connection to it. But she was able to just identify and feel a sense of release because it had been validated on some level all of those physical expressions of illness all physical expressions of pain and disease that she was dealing with related to that. They're all vanished. And that that one was the one that popped into my head right now. But again, there's been so so many people with situations like that that have not situations hewing where they have had some profound connection to themselves inside of a meditation inside of working on clearing, their energetic stagnation, and that I just I it's it's amazing. And it's sometimes overwhelming to keep track of. Absolutely. Thanks for shedding action. Drive to read the industrial north for today's episode, including the inspirational, quote, the book recommendation, the links are shared and things that you might not have been able to capture them, especially if you're in transit or you're driving. Visit my seven jugaris dot com. Forest less two six zero. That's the episode number for today. My seven runs dot com forward slash two six zero for your show notes. Action drive. It is the holiday season. And if you feel stuck a bit clogged and out of alignment, then it's time to balance, and he'll your jugulars issue in planning to. 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But you also create a Chakra balancing routine the link you need is jocular sprint dot com. Success seems to be largely a matter of hanging on after others have let go now this is a phenomenal court by William feather action triumph the court is self explanatory. But oftentimes we need reminder. Sometimes it's not about how smart or in. How intelligent are. How gifted you are is just about what you believe in in. How far you're willing to go. So if your vision is clear in, you know, this is exactly what you want. And you just don't give up then it is as if the universe gives up takes notice and says that you have earned it. So if there's something that you're working towards that sticking more time than expected, and maybe facing many struggles and difficulties hold on. If you feel like letting go because it's going to be worth it. Now, Joseph speaking about holding on and not giving up even in times of difficulty and adversity. Doctor was about one major life challenge that you experienced. What did you go through? And then how did you overcome the challenge? Yeah. I my my I met my wife when she and I were both in the the hemp industry, and I was a an ego. Fashions clothing designer, and we moved from Brooklyn New York of to Portsmouth New Hampshire at that point. And when I got there it tried to start my own, Nico fashioned consulting company, and at that point in my life. I I had to pick up an outside job. And I I started to work in the trades. And I ended up becoming the the form and for this guy's pain commercial painting company, really successful commercial company. I mean looking back on it. And as a as a as a an adult versus being a young adult is really fortunate to be able to have that opportunity to be able to to develop a trade and to be able to to have a career that was supporting my business, and my my wife, and I, but I I hated that job. It was. So it was in my mind was so not where I wanted to be at that point in my life. And how I found out about did reduce sound therapy. Was that a kid who is working for me? Well, we were hanging a a series of sheet rock inside of a water damage garage in the middle of November of twenty the two thousand and three comes up to me and goes as I'm standing on a ladder hanging piece of sheet rock in comes up to me and says, hey, I saw that thing that you play in the nightclubs last night while I was watching VH one apparently Leonardo DiCaprio hires didgeridoo player to come to his house and play over me while on a shiatsu not by his pool down from the ladder, mardi get back to work. Don't don't come come on. And so, and I and I it's better at that point in my life. I'm feeling like 'cause at this point like there, my I wasn't too including anymore. I was just painting. I had no idea where I was going to be going with my life. Like, it just it was I was really confused, and I was not wanting to be hanging a piece of sheet rock and somebody's water damage garage. And so I the next day. I'm standing in the exact same spot on that ladder, and I'm muddying it. Now, I'm putting up the tape in the mud and mardi comes back over. And he starts telling me about Leonardo DiCaprio in the stitch player a gun, and I looked up and I looked down at him. And I looked back off when I went, okay. I got it. You know, talking to the universe. And I went home that night. And I started researching about digital news on therapy. And that was that's what started this process. And so the biggest lesson for me at that moment being in one of the absolute darkest places of my life feeling like I didn't have the career I want. It wasn't going to be going where I wanted to go. I was I was stuck somewhere. I didn't. Wanna be was that if you have the ability to let go of the negativity long enough to be able to hear a positive message. It's may not always come from where or how you think it's going to come. But if you're open to the possibility of something three, you a lifeline, there's lifelines all around you every day everywhere. And we're really blessed to be in in a reality that provides that if you're if you're open to it, and that that really that started the the path of really being able to to change or to allow not even to change to allow things to be able to go into the direction that I was I I could see them going in my life. So based on what you've shared what is it one life lesson that you like to share with our listeners. Be open to positively. Got it. Thanks, a lot vitiating that to really inspiring story in something that our listeners would resonate with as well because you shared that at one point you, you know, for circumstances that you were in you had to pick up a job working at a banding government, which was a job that you this disliked that wasn't in accordance with vision that you had or maybe you are confusing terms of value exactly wanted to go. But that you had to get a job at that time. And because you listen to the subtle hints or nudges, and the fact that your that, your friend gap, shedding the story with do you? You your sense of what would always open mad at the same time. You do not let the negativity of where you were your immediate surroundings hamper are bring it down. And I think that's the way buffer message for people who are listening to the show who might be in that transition phase who want to change. Actions who aren't a different job or maybe they wanna start a business. All one of the big a new habit are a new routine narrowly empower their life. Now changes now fossil in. It's not easy. I mean, it's not easy. Sometimes it takes time. But in that process, don't lose hope, don't let the negativity that might be around you. Affect your vision, always look out. But also importantly. Be open to receiving that next step from a direction that you might not have thought about. So it might come from anywhere. So thanks for shedding. Joseph. Welcome honored to be able to share it. As Lula's action tribe. I hope you enjoyed today's session as much as I did learning about sound leading and the amazing instrument the digital sound and music in particular. I'm learning is so powerful because it allows us to reconnect with our authentic higher sales. And it takes us back to ancient times when we didn't even have language, and we used sound an image, eighty and expression and emotion to communicate. And that's why I feel music especially from an engine instrument like the ditch us back to Incheon times when life was much simpler, and the question you might be asking yourself in all of this who am I which is the question that only you can answer by looking deep within an exploring the depths of your mind because the more you connect with yourself. You will you realize what is essential? And what is not in you feel lighter? Like, there's a weird that's taken out of your back because as the ancient philosopher allowed to once said when I let go of what I am. I become what I might be. When I let go of what I am. I become what I might be. So let that sink in. And with that we are now at the last but very important around for today, which is the wisdom round. Joseph. What is the best piece of advice that you have received it? You know, it's interesting thought, I wasn't necessarily a piece of advice. It was a question. And I was really blessed to have met Thomas one wolf who when he was alive with the last full blooded descendant, the chief Seattle and the spiritual leader of the five hundred nations and actually had the opportunity to sweat with him. It was my first sweat, and this is back in nineteen ninety eight and I excuse ninety nine I'm sorry nineteen ninety nine, but I got to his house we hung out. We've talked for a while. And he asked me how I was doing. And it just point I was pretty exhausted from all the work that I was doing in the hemp industry all of the different legal struggles. And what was going on? And I looked at him. And I said, I'm tired, and he's so here I am in this. You know, mid twenties year old year old kid looking at this six late sixties early seventies year, old spiritual leader of the the five hundred nations. And I and you know, the proverbial old man on the mountain. And the first thing I said on I'm tired, and he looked at me and said, why are you so tired, and I have spent the better part of my life remembering that question and asking myself that when I start to feel like things have gotten too much when I'm don't have enough. And I think I don't have enough energy or I don't have enough emotional capacity to deal. I'll think of when Thomas asked me, why are you so tired because that whole idea of being tired and overwhelmed with something? That's just insane. In my own head. And I've created that. And it was one of the biggest gifts that any you know, mentor elder could have ever given me. And it was funny. Because when I was part of why the question stayed with me for so long when I was when I was that young was because I walked out of that meeting thinking to myself as a twenty something year old kid, you finally get a chance to meet the old man on the mountain. And you ask them a stupid question. So said something dumb, and he asked you a question, you know, and and it's in so I it was this initial, you know, beating myself up for being young, and then realizing gotten older that was absolutely the best thing. I could've said when you asked me how I was doing because that question he gave me has given this opportunity to be able to ask myself again, and again, and again, why are you so tired? You shouldn't be you know, we have this amazing propensity to be able to to build as much T bills as much by Taliban Ville, billed as much lifeforce inside of ourselves. If we ground ourselves. Ourselves the opportunity to be able to do that. You know, we are the center of the universe from our orientational. According to the Dalai Lama, you know, we are we are that that that beautiful that beautiful. Piece of consciousness looking at all of these other beautiful pieces of consciousness, and then we give ourselves the opportunity to remember that we can feel really good about ourselves. So one of the goals of my show is to reframe how we look at making a mistake. So what is the most important mistakes that you've made in life? And what did you learn from it? The most important stake. I've made in life. You know? Thinking that I feel and that was that I've I've beat myself up again, and again, and again throughout my throughout my life and thinking that I failed at something. And it was really hard on myself. And what I've what I've learned from it is that you never really failed. The only time you fail is is when you you quit. And you you you give up that's that's that's failing. So I mean, my my mistakes are too numerous to count and to put into. I am definitely in in terms of the human condition. I am probably one of the poster children for for definitely being human. And so yeah, but that would be but beating myself up and treating myself like a failure is probably the biggest mistake that I've ever done to myself. And and then the people around me because it doesn't just for me at hurts. Everyone around me. And because of what it what it would turn turn turns you into and learning that that ability to be able to to recognize recognize the failure to love yourself to be able to give yourself the opportunity to be better at loving, not only yourself, but others was the biggest lesson inside of it. So where does it one thing you do in the morning on the evening before leaving that has improved the quality of your life? Consciously taking conscious breath. I do it wherever I travel when I'm on the road when I'm in Montana. I look up at the sky, and I and I breathe in the sky when I'm I'm really blessed where I live here just outside of Pittsburgh to be able to had this gorgeous of wooded ravine that I look at when I'm here, and I breathe it in the forest, but having the ability just to breathe in in nature and remember that we're part of that. And we're part of the earth and brings with the earth breeze with all of the living beings that are here and taking those breasts and sharing that consciously has been the most beneficial thing to to my mental state as well as my physical being, and I've I've been working since about twenty one I've integrated these concepts of conscious breathing, and I really got to the point now here at forty five to really remember to do it. Got it. Now, if you could recommend one book for our listeners, what would it be? Taibbi down to one, and I would love to give you three. But if I had to pick one, I would I would do the seven spiritual eyes and success by Deepak Chopra. I think it's a great great introduction to to give people you opportunity to find find some pieces and they've started. And it's it's there's only seven according to can remember there. And and remember the live detachment out of that book because having having the the ability to project and see in want things you have to be able to let go of of the need to have it for it to be able to manifest, but when you read the book you'll understand what I'm talking about. Section drive. Would you like do get this book, seven spiritual laws of success by Deepak Chopra for free because audible dot com is offering action tribe? One free audiobook download which means you'll be able to listen to the book along with getting a free thirty day trial. So that you can get to check out their service. Now in case, you don't know, you you you've not used it before audible has ordered one hundred eighty thousand titles to choose from for your devices, including bestsellers like the Jukka system by entity Judith autobiography of Yogi by paramount. So you're gonna under and a Newark by Eckhart Tolan, including the book that was recommended today. The seven spiritual laws of success by the book job. Ron now to download your free audiobook Goto my seven has dot com forward slash free book. Once again, that's my seven juggernauts dot com slash free book and start listening to today's book recommendation. So joe. Joseph. Thank you so much for joining me today. Thank you having me on your show AJ, it's been an honor. So before you go tell us wanting that you really grateful for and how we can find you online. I'm really grateful just to be into be present be here. And you can find me online at did therapy dot com. It's D I D G E therapy. T H E R A P Y dot com. Dotted so action tribe. If you wanna learn more about sound healing this survey or any of those things that we've discussed today, then go to ditch therapy dot com and Joseph also has a lot of his music available on Amazon so to order a copy of Jews Joseph's music album. And I believe one of the elements that you have is called digital do Chakra and space clearing meditations. Correct. Yeah. So to get that because you know, today's team this chocolate is good to mice jackass dot com. Forward slash two six zero audio. That's my seven jugaris dot com forward slash two six zero audio. And that's when you visit the link, you'll be taken straight to the Amazon page, and you can learn more about his various. Audio tracks in albums available over there, and I know that if you find difficulty in remembering the link than just go to our show notes page today, that's mice joker as dot com slash two six zero so Joseph. Thank you so much for coming on our show talking to us about sound healing and the digital do and about our energy bodies. And how. Something as simple as sound and music can duty elevate the quality of life increase, the quality of life and really connectors in a deeper level with our higher selves. And thanks a lot for taking one step closer to a human revolution. Thank you. And you're welcome depending on her. Chuck Goto, mine SP and shot dot com. Download your free gift. Get inspired take action. Transform your life today.

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