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The Power of Deep Listening

Tara Brach

05:38 min | 1 year ago

The Power of Deep Listening

"Welcome again friends. It really is good to be together. And i thought i'd start by just naming a compelling question that so many people i know around the globe are reflecting on right now and that is what will bridge the divides and i know you know what i mean. What will bridge the divides knew what will help us. Humans of all beyond our separate cocooned realities that end up creating so much distrust and fear and violence in this talk. What i'd like to do is focus on one key way. Each of us can contribute to evolve in consciousness to volving our own consciousness in our species consciousness. And that's cultivating cassidy for deep listening. I mean just imagine if people from different political parties and groups and nations in conflict actually did a little bit of training and practice so that they could little bit more. Listen to each other to get some sense of being able to look through another. Is henry david. Thoreau described as the greatest miracle possible relate to look through each other's is it is possible though we have this built in capacity to listen and we can cultivate listening and of course it is difficult so for starters. I thought i'd give you a couple of examples of the kinds of challenges we face the first cartoon That i'll tell you about a couple sitting together watching tv. And she saying to him. You know you only hear the things you wanna hear and he responds a beer. Sounds lovely thank you. Second cartoon job interview the employers asking mister jefferson. Where do you see yourself five years from now response. I'd say my biggest weakness is my listening skills. I know you get the idea. It's kind of like. I think calvin coolidge said it best that no one is ever listened themselves out of job so by extension. We don't listen ourselves out of relationships. This theme I'm imagining many of you. It's not only something you're aware of. It's something you're consciously working on. I know for myself. It's a life process and it's so interesting that now and then i get more conscious of. Oh this is really really important. this matters. and then i- rededicate. It's really energizing to rededicate. I love that so if you feel like this is the right time for you to deep in your commitment to how you listen right close in with the people right around you. It creates a group energy to do that together and it helps our world so a key. Understanding is that the capacity to listen is not just another skill on the checklist of it. You know it's really a dimension of presents being able to listen is a dimension of presence. it's a intrinsic facet of evolving consciousness and it impacts all dimensions of living and you might just consider inner listening you know. How are we going to be intimate with their own being. How are we gonna tuned to the state of our hard and acknowledge when there's loneliness s or when there's fear or longings so inner listening is how we become more at home with ourselves then of course listening to each other. There's no way to have real intimacy connection and understanding unless weaken listen and then in our contemporary society. I really do believe that trainings to listen. Ringing people from conflicting sides together to practice listening will give a gateway for more collaboration. Were understanding then. Of course terms of we want to call it the spiritual path. It's those moments where we stop all doings and we become profoundly septa quiet open. It's at listening presence. That really those are the moments that we touch and taste the mystery that we receive beauty that we start to perceive intuit. That formless timeless awareness. It's really home. So it really gives us a sense of the sacred some naming the different levels and we'll be exploring primarily. How do we listen. More deeply with those were engaged with whoever you spend time talking with the most and maybe we'll just pause here for a moment of do several reflections through our time this first reflection and when we do them if it helps you to close your eyes please do. It always helps me just to take a moment and bring to mind someone you know who is a really good listener.

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Namaste: Seeing the Truth of Who We Are

Tara Brach

05:08 min | 1 year ago

Namaste: Seeing the Truth of Who We Are

"Number stand. Welcome those of you. That are listening regularly. We always start with this gesture and word of nama stay and you might be aware that the word stay is a way of greeting or bowing or honoring the divine that lived through all of us and the gesture of the palms togetherness slate bowing of the head is part of the embodying that that honoring and i love that. I do a lot of bowing and my own practice because in the moments of going like this. There's a tenderness and care that wakes up through it for the life that's really living through all of us and i often contrasted in my mind too because in asia people go around all the time nama stay on and then in the west we shake hands and the origin fifth century. She is my hands empty. I'm not carrying a weapon. Not carrying a gun which is a great step as we know. I'm safe which is beautiful. I sometimes think that. Because we're in this time of different. Currents around the globe in influencing how would be in contemporary society of that became part of our living ritual with each other are whatever way we wanted to adapt it that that we saw each other and someplace in us looked into the eyes that were there. And you might. You might do this right now. Just you can close your eyes the event but just sense okay this is a moment of really honoring and bowing to the beauty and goodness and all beings and just to to your head slightly and sense that mentally whispering. Perhaps if you'd like and sense whether it brings you home to a tender heartedness and open heartedness so we begin this way because of the theme for tonight and not just begin by saying that. The buddha taught that the core of our suffering is a forgetting of who we are that we live in an idea of a limited self fearful cellphone wanting shelf winning shelf a losing south and we forget the the love and the and the light that really is living through us and one of my favorite stories. I heard many many years ago when my son was still in waldorf school here in washington i think he was looking at fifth grade and the art classes. The children would gather around their art tables. Maybe four table and one day. The teacher was circulating around as the children were drawing and one little girl was really into it and she's really into her drawing and to the teacher stood behind her for a while and then finally she asked her. She said so hon. What are you drawing. And the little girl didn't respond right away but then she said i'm doing god and the teacher took that and she was well you know nobody really knows what god looks like without skipping a beat without even looking up she said they will in a moment often. Think about John o'donoghue poet said that she said what happened to our wildness. That wildness of god's of the divine of that sense of really being connected. And we kinda get civilized out of us a bit and thomas merton puts it this way. He says life simple. We're living in a world that's absolutely transparent and divine shining through it all the time. This is not just a nice story are fable. This is true it's true. So what will explore in this talk is really what gets in the way of what what stops us from being able to genuinely fuel and see and shanshan into it that intrinsic goodness and honor what gets in the way and just say that if we take that the evolutionary perspective the delusion. The forgetting isn't like a mistake. It's it's just part of the process that we come into form and we get identified this something smaller than what we are and that as we evolve we begin to recognize all the patterns to keep us small

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Arborists Urge Congress To Lower The Age Of Consent For Trees

The Topical

02:46 min | 1 year ago

Arborists Urge Congress To Lower The Age Of Consent For Trees

"Trees. They're all around us. But who gives a shit. Well i do for one and you probably should to. We need trees for paper for climbing for pulling a leaf off of something. Living order feel powerful. But who's looking out for the trees survival their quality of life and the reproduction. They reproduce. Maybe i know even less about trees than i thought but never fear because there are some folks out there who do care and this week. A dedicated group of arbor's petitioned congress for a change. They say is long overdue. These restrictions are an outdated relic the past the tree. Then leonard's fiber to write the constitution had no idea what our contemporary society would due to its brothers and sisters join us in liberating these conifers and broad lease we need to stop legislating morality and lower the age of consent for trees. I'm joined by. Opr congressional correspondent. Marcy hammond who has the latest marcy. What should our listeners know about these crusaders for sexual freedom. Well as lead a modern fight against the high age of consent goes back almost half a century to the environmental and sexual revolution of the sixties and seventies contemporary arborists claim that many saplings are fully mature before they even start to flower and more importantly that the government should not be dictating morality or sexual agency. Several of the advocates spoke out this morning on capitol hill. These laws are unnecessary. Government cuddling they impose harsh penalties on anyone who violates their puritanical social forms. Some pine trees are producing cones as early as two years old. There's nothing disgusting about that. These seedlings are beautiful creatures with smooth bark and supple flexible branches there in the prime of their lives and should be allowed to express themselves. Have they see fit. They may only have a few rings on their trump. but that doesn't mean they're naive or immature weird. What's your take on this marcy. Well this arborist movement was on the fringe of environmental policy for years but recently as more and more people flocked to the outdoors it's gained momentum. Now there are dozens of message boards and websites dedicated to celebrating young trees and advocating for their greater reproductive freedom. What do these activist. Groups is the downside with age of consent laws for trees. Can't they just you know. wait a little. I mainly see it as a violation of personal liberty. What an oak birch sprout does in the privacy of its own grove. Shouldn't be within the government's purview. And by sending illegal agent which trees are allowed to reproduce it stigmatizes young trees sexuality in a way that is harmful and repressive interesting. Does this movement have any chance of succeeding right now. It's still very much an uphill battle age of consent. Laws for trees have been around for hundreds of years and have political support from both sides of the aisle conservatives in particular are concerned about the effects of lowering legal age. Like how will these trees care for their four hundred kids scattered around the forest. Will they get enough sunlight

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"contemporary society" Discussed on StoriesHere Podcast

StoriesHere Podcast

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"contemporary society" Discussed on StoriesHere Podcast

"Followed up by exhibition a Famous norwegian Injured who in this thin screen. But he also was an external offer. So we'll be looking at Mooks as the forwards one of my favorite spots is our fraying cafe and the fray cafe is a wonderful spot and we made sure that we had good nordic beer and mortar experience there so we were voted by one Food writer as the number two spot for a drinkers seattle's spirits greatly out. We also serve not only as a museum but a cultural center. So we've built an auditorium up to two hundred cultural programs every year. And that's everything from host spunk danish all-girl bands to chamber music to films lectures. So there's a a slate of events that happened here on a regular basis So we're rolling excited to get back That we're going to be looking at ways to urge licensed programs lets eric nelson who's ceo and executive director of the national nordic museum in seattle. And which hat have heard is the only museum in the country that showcases the impact and influence of nordic values and innovation contemporary society. So eric thanks for your time today for all the work that you do in your career and please express our thanks also to your staff and volunteers and donors and everybody else. That makes that place possible. Bruins always a pleasure to be talked about the museum. So thank you for having me..

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"contemporary society" Discussed on The Dark Side Of

The Dark Side Of

11:12 min | 2 years ago

"contemporary society" Discussed on The Dark Side Of

"Now back to the story Dating reared its modern head in the nineteen ten's it was difficult from the beginning plagued by jail time for hungry female daters and in some ways not much has changed in the century since society still seems intent on keeping most of the population in monogamous relationships. The criteria for those relationships do look very different daters no longer have to select partners on questions of family and property but without the structure of those concrete requirements for lovers. We're left with an ill defined and heavily idealized concept of compatible personalities. Hollywood doesn't remind you that even when you are choosing with your heart instead of your head maybe especially when you are relationships are difficult and don't always have a happy ending. The unrealistic notion of the easy perfect love can lead to deep psychological. Pain for daters who just can't seem to get it right. For whom dating hasn't looked like a ROM COM or filtered instagram. And who who doesn't that include there can be profound psychological consequences. Dr Yarn homes psychologists who has led research on the impact of have media on relationships explained. We all want to be successful in our relationships. We want to be the special one and meet the special one. Unfortunately people tend to believe the Hollywood idea of a perfect relationship. That's just unrealistic. People feel if their relationship is not like a Hollywood film than it is not any good and one of the most common unrealistic expectations Dr Homes homes and his team uncovered the idea of the one that one perfect partner who fulfills every need and desire. We might have have. WHO's such a perfect match? It seems the read our minds these kinds of ideals make dating difficult. Who after after all can read your mind on a first date? It's a harrowing premise. Because it means every potential match before they're even at the dinner table is doomed soon to be a failure the pitfalls of dating however aren't all psychological there are very material dangers for the contemporary data. Just like for those hungry charity. Girls of the one thousand nine. Tens daters aren't just fighting against their own psychology as they arrive at bar after are. We are hoping that tonight's match will finally be the right person. They're also fighting against unscrupulous or downright dangerous. People who are are all too willing to take advantage of open hopeful hearts for their own ends. Take the story of Suzanne recounted on the PODCAST reply all in June two thousand fifteen. She met a delightful man through the online dating application. Okay cupid called John on the podcast. Although that's not his real name John Treated Suzanne like the heroine of a ROM com tapping into culturally prime desires and according according to that pre written Hollywood script clearly indicating that he wanted to date her seriously. There was the date where they spooned on all the couches visit C B to to find the perfect one for John's apartment. It had to be wide enough for them to cuddle comfortably or the little snacks he'd sneak into her purse before work or the key. He gave her to his apartment very early on in the relationship. But after six months so this fairy tale romance. Suzanne made a devastating discovery. John was dating Muharem's worth of other women at the same time. Sir All of them got the same adorable if cliche girlfriend treatment several of them had the exact same. CB To date as her as Suzanne delved into her boyfriend's betrayal. The story only got darker and stranger. He had a habit of seriously dating three or four women at the same time all while maintaining even more casual relationships totaling up to seven or eight women. I'm in his life at a time. Then when one of them inevitably found out about the others and usually told all her compatriots in betrayal he blocked the entire group of women on social media. Stop returning their calls and find a new set of women to date. It was a bizarre pattern of behavior. Different from simply cheating and certainly a far cry from poly-amorous which focuses on open communication between multiple label partners. John was obsessed with dating itself. He loved performing all the cute behaviors that most people in relationships appreciate eight but sometimes find tiring or difficult to maintain. He loved them so much he did them seven times over with different women. All at the same time the energy required for such a feat is astounding and the depth of disconnect between dating and love or real. Oh care and commitment that it shows is disturbing. John's performance demonstrates just how much dating is a cultural practice distinct from more basic human inclinations towards affection and trust it also shows how dangerous it is to trust in the symbols of that that cultural practice doubtless John was a fabulous actor and the women he dated believed in his act because he was good at seeming trustworthy but also doubtless. It was at least in part by using those Hollywood propagated symbols of the Rom Com lover that he was able to project trustworthiness. After all we all know what it means when someone we're dating gives us a key at least we think we do and John on understood that he warped recognizable symbols and use them to create a wall of control separating his surface level actions from the vulnerability that dating at its root is supposed to elicit he constructed a world in which he was safe from all those risks. We take when we we open up our hearts painful rejection. The feeling that we are not good enough that despite all our efforts will end up alone in short he gamed. The system and in the process lost any opportunity of winning the game according to its traditional set of rules also finding the one or perhaps most disturbingly of all maybe not John Spread elections ends only get more appalling when you examine something else about his cycles of betrayal every single woman he dated was Asian and every single one of all those women every single time. Not only did John Lie and deceive leave. But many of the women he'd been with also felt they'd been fetish is D- he wouldn't be alone in that data collected by sites like okay. Cupid it has confirmed that most daters are a little bit racist tending their interests towards one specific race online dating makes this bias. Particularly easy to indulge by making it easy to seek potential partners based on race but in John's case fetishes Russia's Asian has some particular implications for his scheme at large. It suggests that perhaps in his warped mind he really who was getting the best of all worlds avoiding vulnerability but still getting the one perhaps to him. Every woman he dated needed was the same interchangeable a symbol rather than a human being. He was recreating the entire ROM com. Narrative you've pretty girl doting Guy Adore capable moments at CB two sometimes. The female actor changed by more or less thanks to his completely detached gamified attitude the show went on Suzanne Story About John Demonstrate Trait several of the dark pitfalls that plague contemporary dating. Even if you're not getting fetish is D- or sucked into a PSYCHOTIC ROM com script constructed by an apparently normal man. Our communities are spreading even farther apart from the days when people court it in the Parlor Room of Mother's house now thanks to the mobility of Contemporary Society. We're often dating someone who's background. We know nothing about sure. Sometimes daters meet people through friends or family but we often meet strangers in big city bars and most often of all according to a study by Stanford Sociologist Michael Rosenfeld Heterosexual couples today meet online like Suzanne and John who met on dating site. Okay cupid which means they go into dates without any background knowledge of the person they're meeting. There's no warning of previous messy breakup. No warning of friendship unshipped drama or substance abuse for example. Suzanne had no idea about John's past relationships if she'd met him through a friend and she likely would have and she would have never set foot in a CB two with him but when daters meet someone online or even at a bar all they know is what this stranger tells them. And of course what they can dredge up on the Internet about the person they're dating the John Character turned. Suzanne story had a personal website. All it said was it's better to be hated for who you are then to be loved for WHO. You are not want this. Lack of knowledge about the people were dating can lead to upsetting and disturbing situations and not just for women in two thousand in twelve college linebacker. mant Tayo was having an excellent season playing for Notre Dame but personally he was having a difficult year his this girlfriend Linac Accua was battling leukemia or so he claimed in interviews. But this girlfriend media outlet deadspin Ed spin revealed did not exist. Tao's apparent girlfriend was actually the invention of an acquaintance of his a man named.

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"contemporary society" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

11:25 min | 2 years ago

"contemporary society" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Get mortgage and now back to okay so I think that's a perfect segue then when it comes to having an honest discussion about what's happening in Contemporary Society you've been one of the most outspoken brexit supporters one of the people that I think is kind of giving it intellectual backing so we touch on this a little bit two years ago so it's hard to believe this is still being being discussed but for the layman who knows nothing about brexit what was brexit about. Let's just do that in two or three minutes and then we'll get caught up to where we're at now yes so in my view brexit. This is the most important political issue in the Western world. What happened is in June two thousand and sixteen which is long ago now seventeen? It's it's crazy. Seventeen point four million British people voted to leave the European Union. That's the largest block of voters in the history of the United Kingdom that many people have never voted for anything so they voted to we includes me seventeen point four million people voted to leave the European Union because the European Union is an anti-democratic technocratic bureaucratic illiberal. PC institution which just drains the life out out of democracy and freedom of speech all these other key issues so we were right. I believe to oppose your opinion. So we voted against the the idea it was that we would have this referendum and whatever we decided would be acted upon we were told that again and again and again by David Cameron who was then the prime minister three plus plus years later we're still in the European Union. We haven't left and it looks increasingly like we won't leave so there is now talk of having a second referendum. There is now talk of simply overriding the vote. There is now talk of parliament using its power to deprive the public of the thing that they voted for and simply plea preventing it from happening. I think if that happens it will be it will be an apple. It will be a really key event in the history of of Britain because what it will say is that we are no longer really a democratic nation. We are no longer really a democracy. We're no longer a nation that take seriously ordinary people I think so I think a lot of people across the Western world really should be keeping a close eye on brexit because if Brexit doesn't happen than the whole nature of democracy the whole democratic era which has existed for a few hundred years we'll be called into question because basically at that point plenty of other western leaders who might have some Teheran tendancies might go. Well Guess. It doesn't really matter if I win or lose an election because look what happened over there delay delay delay log enough until the people neither start flipping where we can make up enough lies or demonize enough people then that's right congrats to me. I'm still in power. That's right and you know a lot of people use to look to the United Kingdom for a democratic example and I was thinking about this recent. It was recently the thirtieth anniversary of the Cinnamon Square massacre when you had hundreds hundreds of thousands of Chinese citizens on the streets of Beijing and across China demanding democratic rights demanding the right to freedom demanding the right to choose bad bad government a very basic right that people you and I take for granted which people in China don't have and when that massacre happened thirty years ago in one thousand nine thousand nine British Democrats British liberals British humanists were talking about it all the time they were fully in favor of these people who are struggling for the right the democracy to for the right to a democratic say in their lives and in their communities on the thirtieth anniversary however there was a real sense of silence the lot of British liberals who would normally have made a big fuss about the Tiananmen Square massacre and the and the authoritarianism of the Chinese gene didn't say anything and I was thinking about by this and I thought okay this makes sense. It's because you are now on the same side as the Chinese regime and that's not to say you're going to drive tanks into trial square like the Chinese Chinese regime did into Tiananmen Square and massacre people or kill people but you on the same side in the sense that you think democracy is overrated. You think people shouldn't have free fair say in how their community or society is organized and I thought that silence is I think you'll point is absolutely right right there are so many people around the world who looked to the UK and to other Western nations America to for an example off people having a real say in how their lighter organized who now will no longer do that and you have foreign regimes around the world who will look at the way really right and and they'll see that there are members of parliament and government officials who are hell bent on over riding the largest democratic vote in the history three of our country and those regimes will say. Let's do the same thing so let's just break down a little of the chronology of this whole thing so so the vote is about two years ago in the June of two thousand six hundred twenty six yeah and then how soon were supposed to be in motion straightaway it was supposed to happen very very quickly and David Cameron who was Prime Minister and George Osborne who was the chancellor of the executive. He was the in charge of the economy. These these two figures who were the leading figures in the United Kingdom argued that it would happen straight away we will listen to you. We will act upon what you say okay. We will do it right off the bat so everyone was expecting that would happen. In a matter of weeks or months and people went to the ballot box with that view in in mind they thought right this is the this is the first election in which I'm not simply being asked to choose between party who will run the country. We're all ask that in every single election we take part in. This was a different election. This was an election in which we were being asked to decide the political makeup of the nation the constitutional channel nature of the nation's. Should we be entangled with the European Union or should we be completely independent of it so a lot of voters. I spoke to said that this is the first time they felt that the vote had real consequence and change the country entirely so people relish the opportunity voter turnout went up enormously. It was seventy two percent. Normally it's around sixty percent so there was a huge rise in but turnout especially in working class areas and poor areas where people don't normally vote and people came out in the millions and said let's leave the European Union and they expected it would happen very quickly more than three years later. It's still what happened that caused the pause the delay and now the possible reversal of this entire well the the the key issue is the the political class doesn't want to leave the European Union I mean this is the great tension in the United Kingdom the moment and I think is actually reflected acted in American politics to a certain extent to and across Europe in fact as well in the UK a majority of voters want to leave the your opinion but a majority of the political class doesn't and that's the key tension say for example fifty two percent of people voted to leave the European. That's the majority majority seventeen and a half million but in the political class seventy percent of members of parliament voted to stay in the European Union with the Labor Party not which is all version of the Democrat Party. It was ninety five percent ninety five percent of labor. MP's voted to stay in the European Union. Yeah I mean that is how utterly disconnected the supposedly left wing party is from public sentiment is simply extraordinary that ninety five percent of Labor Abra. MP's as against just forty eight percent of the public voted to stay in the European Union so we have this difficult historically unprecedented situation where the people want one thing and the political class one another and the great unfortunate the thing is that the political class is getting its way so okay so I think the average person listening to this at least from an American Lens we go well. Wait a minute. We have elections and PAT PAT her. What the result is incumbents? Get booted and they gotta go. We bring in this guy this whole thing abbots they keep telling us that trump's never going to leave office but in many ways you will yeah except this election okay all that to what actually is happening. I mean are they literally. Just that that percentage that seventy percent said they're just saying we're not going to put the processes in motion that would allow for we're just so they're not denying that they're denying the will of the People Patrick asking right or are they or they're saying you were tricked right doesn't that you were tricked into voting for this and we're doing better for that's the key thing so so they would never never openly say we hate the will of the people you think you're all idiots and we're just going to ignore you got a little better right so they they put a spin on it they put they put a kind kind of pc gloss on the fact that they are actually undermining the democratic process so what they say is we were tricked. We rely too. We're all bunch of idiots. It's we're racist. Xenophobic the phrase they use his low information you are which is a fancy phrase for stupid but but that's what they say you'll low information. You didn't have all the information you didn't understand the consequences of leaving the European Union educated enough you knots which on enough you you know. Even people like Richard Dawkins have been saying it was wrong and stupid to entrust such big political decision to ordinary people because because they think we are inferior to his tweet on that it's me but it's such an important moment because I think it really sums up where politics is going where politically correct act politics is politics going because what is doing. It's creating this almost this neo aristocracy where you have this layer of people who think they I know better than us. They know how you should speak in Asia how you should behave and how you should think and they are superior to us that they are educated. They went to the right universities. They have the right attitudes and then down here. There are the kind of the throng the masses the idiots who don't speak in the right way who don't have the right attitudes who aren't Pete Heat sufficiently. PC who aren't sufficiently woke and they can be bossed around they can be ignored. They can be told what to do told what to think so I think actually that the a war against brexit which is fundamentally a war against democracy actually speaks to the political culture off the Western world more broadly where you have this the creation of this to tip political system where the top you have the switched on elites who think they know better than the rest the bus and they have no concern at all about bossing US around and censoring us and demonizing US and telling us we're stupid and blocking king the things that we vote for so I think at the heart of Brexit what we can see is is the elites war against supposedly deplorable.

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"contemporary society" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:20 min | 3 years ago

"contemporary society" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Perfect solution to their engineering project. Now, what do you mean by the ritual experience? What is that the ritual experience is really interesting, you know, because every culture on the planet at some point in time, we'll even today on many levels participate in the ritual experience. But when you look at indigenous cultures like the aborigines or the bushmen of Africa, you know, in contemporary society because they give us the opportunity to look at that. It's really about our ability to connect with God to connect with source. And so it was something that was required in every community in every community and one of the things. So there's two things that would happen is that the whole. Community would get together and perform ritual. So if there was a. Why do pass it, you know, where young men were being circumcised? It's like the community would get together and perform ritual, right? And then there were certain individuals in the community, the the medicine man or the shaman or whatever that while they are dancing, and while they are beating on the drum. And while they are singing is able to use that energy and use that intense vibration, that's being created by this group of people to achieve an ecstatic experience and commune with God and get questions answered. And they come back and instruct the community what I found really interesting was that by doing these rituals. It was a meditative experience and the healing experience for the whole community. You know, when we dance it is. A meditative and healing experience. You know, we might be in a bad mood, and we started dancing or singing, and we feel better because it gives our body an opportunity to release they would make paint to paint the fees or cotton math, and that would be a meditative and ritualistic process that would put people into a common place within themselves and a common place within the community. And you know, I feel like it's something that we could day in the twenty first century have really stepped away from and really lost. You know, many of the rituals that we have today. Like when we think about, you know, like, I was brought a Catholic. You know? So when you think about the Catholic church, you know, you have baptism and confirmation. And you know, you go to church, and you have communion and many of these ritualistic items, you know, like baptism is practised by every culture around the planet. You know, it's a ritual cleansing, you know, they have the sacrificial meal, and so what we find in many contemporary society, especially Judeo Christian wanted we think we're so separate from indigenous culture in and what they're doing is they're heathens and and doing these terrible things. But the reality is is where it's doing being Zach same thing, we call it something a little bit different. But in my opinion, the intention and the personal intent that goes into. With that healing and clearing space is really lost. Because it's been watered down into something that we just do and kind of go through the ritual, but not on the deep inner level that you would find in more indigenous and ancient cultures Rita when we come back after the break. I wanna talk about Satan in the garden of Eden, of course. And then get your take on if these E T's did come here, and genetically create us what did they come here for Zachariah situation says they wanted gold to sprinkle in their atmosphere to kind of protected from the from their star. But who knows who knows Rita? What is your website? It's so healer dot com. Simple as that. We've been linked up at coast to coast AM dot com stepping out eating came out and September of last year. And I assume it's still available yesterday is all right? And we'll be back with more with Dr Rita, Louise. And then we'll take calls with you in the last hour on coast to coast AM with her one of the perks of being a coast insider is that you can participate in our twice monthly live chat sessions or read the transcripts later. George Noory chats with insiders on the second Tuesday of the month. And the special guest is featured later in the month..

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"contemporary society" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:12 min | 3 years ago

"contemporary society" Discussed on KGO 810

"Perfect solution to their engineering project. Now, what do you mean by the ritual experience? What is that the ritual experience is really interesting, you know, because every culture on the planet at some point in time. We'll even today on. Many levels participate in the ritual experience. But when you look at indigenous cultures like the aborigines or the bushmen of Africa, you know, in contemporary society because they give us the opportunity to look at that. It's really about our ability to connect with God to connect with source. And so it was something that was required in every community in every community and one of the things so there's two things that would happen is that the whole community would get together and perform ritual. So if there was a. White pass it, you know, where young men were being circumcised. It's like the community would get together and perform ritual, right? And then there were certain individuals in the community, the the medicine man, or the shaman or whatever that while they are dancing, and while they are beating on the drums, and while they are singing is able to use that energy and use that intense vibration, that's being created by this group of people to achieve an ecstatic experience and commune with God and get questions answered. And they come back and instruct the community what I found really interesting was that by doing these rituals. It was a meditative experience and a healing experience for the whole community. You know, when we dance it is. A meditative and healing experience. You know, we might be in a bad mood. But then we started dancing or singing, and we feel better because it gives our body and opportunity to release. They would make paint to paint the fees or cotton mass, and that would be a meditative and ritualistic process that would put people into a common place within themselves and a common place within the community. And you know, I feel like it's something that we today in the twenty first century have really stepped away from and really lost. You know, many of the rituals that we have today. Like when we think about, you know, like, I was brought a Catholic. You know? So when you think about the Catholic church, you know, you have baptism and confirmation. And you know, you go to church, and you have communion and many of these ritualistic items like baptism is practised by every culture around the planet. You know, it's a ritual cleansing, you know, they have the sacrificial meal, and so what we find in many contemporary society, especially Judeo-Christian wanted we think we're so separated from indigenous culture in and and what they're doing is they're heathens and and doing these terrible things. But the reality is is where it's doing being Zach same thing, we call it something a little bit different. But in my opinion, the intention and the personal intent that goes into. It that healing and clearing space is really lost. Because it's been watered down into something that we do and kind of go through the ritual, but not on the deep inner level that you would find in more indigenous and ancient cultures Rita when we come back after the break. I wanna talk about Satan in the garden of Eden, of course. And then get your take on if these did come here, and genetically create us what did they come here? For Zachariah citizens says they wanted gold to sprinkle in their atmosphere to kind of protected from the from their star. But who knows who knows Rita? What is your website? It's so healer dot com. Simple zab. We've been linked up at coast to coast AM dot com stepping out eating came out in September of last year. And I assume it's still available. Yes, sir. It is. All right. And we'll be back with more with Dr Rita, Louise. And then we'll take calls with you in the last hour on coast to coast AM with her one of the perks of being a Costa insider is that you can participate in our twice monthly live chat. Sessions or read the transcripts.

Dr Rita Catholic church Costa Africa White Zachariah Zach Louise
"contemporary society" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:12 min | 3 years ago

"contemporary society" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Perfect solution to their engineering project. Now, what do you mean by the ritual experience? What is that the ritual experience is really interesting, you know, because every culture on the planet at some point in time. We'll even today on. Many levels participate in the ritual experience. But when you look at indigenous cultures like the aborigines or the bushmen of Africa, you know, in contemporary society because they give us the opportunity to look at that. It's really about our ability to connect with God to connect with source. And so it was something that was required in every community in every community and one of the things so there's two things that would happen is that the whole community would get together and perform ritual. So if there was a. Why do pass it, you know, where young men were being circumcised? It's like the community would get together and perform ritual, right? And then there were certain individuals in the community, the the medicine man, or the shaman or whatever that while they are dancing, and while they are beating on the drums, and while they are singing is able to use that energy and use that intense vibration, that's being created by this group of people to achieve ecstatic experience and commune with God and get questions answered. And they come back and instruct the community what I found really interesting was that by doing these rituals. It was a meditative experience and a healing experience for the whole community. You know, when we dance it is. A meditative and healing experience. You know, we might be in a bad mood. But and we started dancing or singing, and we feel better because it gives our body and opportunity to release. They would make paint to paint the fees or cop mass, and that would be a meditative and ritualistic process that would put people into a common place within themselves and a common place within the community. And you know, I feel like it's something that way today in the twenty first century have really stepped away from and really lost. You know, many of the rituals that we have today. Like when we think about, you know, like, I was brought up Catholic, you know. So when you think about the Catholic church, you know, you have baptism and confirmation. And you know, you go to church. And you have communion and many of these ritualistic items, you know, like baptism is practised by every culture around the planet. You know, it's a ritual cleansing, you know, they have the sacrificial meal, and so what we find in many contemporary society, especially Judeo-Christian wanted. We think we're so separate from indigenous culture in and and what they're doing is they're heathens and and doing these terrible things. But the reality is is where it's doing the exact same thing. We just call it something a little bit different. But in my opinion, the intention and the personal intent that goes into it that healing and clearing space is really lost. Because it's been watered down into something that we. Just do and kind of goes through the ritual, but not on the deep inner level that you would find in more indigenous and ancient cultures Rita when we come back after the break. I wanna talk about Satan in the garden of Eden, of course. And then get your take on if these did come here, and genetically create us what did they come here for? Zachariah citizens says they wanted gold to sprinkle in their atmosphere to kind of protected from the from their star. But who knows who knows Rita? What is your website? It's so healer dot com. Simple as that. We've been linked up at coast to coast AM dot com stepping out eating came out in September of last year. And I assume it's still available. Yes, sir. It is. All right. And we'll be back with more with Dr Rita, Louise. And then we'll take calls with you in the last hour on coast to coast AM with her. One of the perks of being a coast insider is that you can participate in our twice monthly live chat. Sessions or read the transcripts.

Dr Rita Catholic church Louise Africa Zachariah
"contemporary society" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"contemporary society" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Perfect solution to their engineering project. Now, what do you mean by the ritual experience? What is that the ritual experience is really interesting, you know, because every culture on the planet at some point in time. We'll even today on. Too many levels participate in the ritual experience. But when you look at indigenous cultures like the aborigines or the bushmen of Africa, you know, in contemporary society because they give us the opportunity to look at that. It's really about our ability to connect with God to connect with source. And so it was something that was required in every community in every community and one of the things so there's two things that would happen is that the whole community would get together and perform ritual. So if there was a. Why a passage where young men were being circumcised? It's like the community would get together and perform ritual, right? And then there were certain individuals in the community, the the medicine man, or the shaman or whatever that while they are dancing, and while they are beating on the drums, and while they are singing is able to use that energy and used that intense vibration, that's being created by this group of people to achieve an ecstatic experience and commune with God and get questions answered. And then come back and instruct the community. What I found really interesting was that by doing these rituals. It was a meditative experience and the healing experience for the whole community. You know, when we dance it is a meditative and healing experience. You know, we might be in a bad mood. But and we started dancing or singing, and we feel better because it gives our body and opportunity to relief. They would make paint to paint the fees or cop mass, and that would be a meditative and ritualistic process that would put people into a common place within themselves and a common place within the community. And you know, I feel like it's something that way today in the twenty first century have really stepped away from. And really lost. Many of the rituals that we have today. Like when we think about, you know, like, I was brought up Catholic, you know. So when you think about the Catholic church, you have baptism and confirmation. And you know, you go to church, and you have communion and many of these ritualistic items like baptism is practised by every culture around the planet. You know, it's a ritual cleansing, you know, they have the sacrificial meal, and so what we find in many contemporary society, especially Judeo-Christian wanted. We think we're so separate from indigenous culture, and and what they're doing is they're heathens and and doing these terrible things. But the reality is is where doing being Zach same thing, we call it something a little. Little bit different. But in my opinion, the intention and the personal intent that goes into it that healing and clearing space is really lost. Because it's been watered down into something that we just do and kind of go through the ritual, but not on the deep inner level that you would find in more indigenous and ancient cultures Rita when we come back after the break. I wanna talk about Satan in the garden of Eden, of course. And then get your take on if these did come here, and genetically created us what did they come here for second says they wanted gold to sprinkle in their atmosphere to kind of protected from the from their star. But who knows who knows.

Catholic church Africa Zach
"contemporary society" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

05:15 min | 3 years ago

"contemporary society" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Perfect solution to their engineering project. Now, what do you mean by the ritual experience? What is that the ritual experience is really interesting, you know, because every culture on the planet at some point in time. We'll even today on. Many levels participate in the ritual experience. But when you look at indigenous cultures like the aborigines or the bushmen of Africa, you know, in contemporary society because they give us the opportunity to look at that. It's really about our ability to connect with God to connect with source. And so it was something that was required in every community in every community and one of the things so there's two things that would happen is that the whole community would get together and perform ritual. So if there was a. Why a pass it? You know, where young men were being circumcised? It's like the community would get together and perform ritual, and then there were certain individuals in the community the the medicine man or the shaman or whatever that while they are dancing, and while they are beating on the drum. And while they are singing is able to use that energy and use that intense vibration, that's being created by this group of people to achieve an ecstatic experience and commune with God and get questions answered. And they come back and instruct the community what I found really interesting was that by doing these rituals. It was a meditative experience and a healing experience for the whole community. You know, when we dance it is. A meditative and healing experience. You know, we might be in a bad mood. But and we started dancing or singing, and we feel better because it gives our body an opportunity to release they would make paint to paint the fees or cop mass, and that would be a meditative and ritualistic process that would put people into a common place within themselves and a calming place within the community. And you know, I feel like it's something that we could day in the twenty first century have really stepped away from and really lost. You know, many of the rituals that we have today. Like when we think about, you know, like, I was brought up Catholic, you know. So when you think about the Catholic church baptism and confirmation. And you know, you go to church. And you have communion and many of these ritualistic items like baptism is practised by every culture around the the planet. You know, it's a ritual cleansing, you know, they have the sacrificial meal, and so what we find in many contemporary society, especially Judeo-Christian wanted. We think we're so separate from indigenous culture, and and what they're doing is they're heathens and and doing these terrible things. But the reality is is where it's doing being Zach same thing. We just call it something a little bit different. But in my opinion, the intention and the personal intent that goes into it that healing and clearing space is really lost. Because it's been watered down into something that we. Just do and kind of go through the ritual, but not on the deep inner level that you would find in more indigenous and ancient cultures Rita when we come back after the break. I wanna talk about Satan in the garden of Eden, of course. And then get your take on if these did come here, and genetically create us what did they come here for? Zachariah situation says they wanted gold to sprinkle in their atmosphere to kind of protected from the from their star. But who knows who knows Rita? What is your website? It's so healer dot com. Simple azad. We've been linked up at coast to coast AM dot com stepping out eating came out September of last year. And I assume it's still available. Yes, sir. It is. All right. And we'll be back with more with Dr Rita, Louise. And then we'll take calls with you in the last hour on coast to coast AM with her. One of the perks of being a coast insider is that you can participate in our twice monthly live chat. Sessions or read the transcripts later. George Noory chance with insiders.

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"contemporary society" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"contemporary society" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Perfect solution to their engineering project. Now, what do you mean by the ritual experience? What is that the ritual experience is really interesting, you know, because every culture on the planet at some point in time, we'll even today on many levels participate in the ritual experience. But when you look at indigenous cultures like the aborigines or the bushmen of Africa, you know, in contemporary society because they give us the opportunity to look at that. It's really about our ability to connect with God to connect with source. And so it was something that was required in every community in every community and one of the things. So there's two things that would happen is that the whole. The community would get together and perform ritual. So if there was a. White pass it, you know, where young men were being circumcised. It's like the community would get together and perform ritual, and then there were certain individuals in the community, the the medicine man, or the shaman or whatever that while they are dancing, and while they are beating on the drums, and while they are singing is able to use that energy and use that intense vibration, that's being created by this group of people to achieve an ecstatic experience and commune with God and get questions answered. And they come back and instruct the community what I found really interesting was that by doing these rituals. It was a meditative experience and a healing experience for the whole community. You know, when we dance it is. A meditative and healing experience. You know, we might be in a bad mood. But and we start dancing or singing, and we feel better because it gives our body an opportunity to release they would make paint to paint the fees or cop mass, and that would be a meditated and ritualistic process that would put people into a common place within themselves and a calming place within the community. And you know, I feel like it's something that we today in the twenty first century have really stepped away from and really lost. You know, many of the rituals that we have today. Like when we think about, you know, like, I was brought a Catholic, you know. When you think about the Catholic church, you know, you have baptism and confirmation. And you know, you go to church, and you have communion and many of these ritualistic items, you know, like baptism is practised by every culture around the planet. You know, it's a ritual cleansing, you know, they have the sacrificial meal, and so what we find in many contemporary society, especially Judeo-Christian wanted. We think we're so separate from indigenous culture, and and what they're doing is they're heathens and and doing these terrible things. But the reality is is where it's doing the exact same thing, we call it something a little bit different. But in my opinion, the intention and the personal intent that goes into it that healing and clearing space is really lost. Because it's been watered down into something that we just do and kind of go through the ritual, but not on the deep inner level that you would find in more indigenous and ancient cultures Rita when we come back after the break. I wanna talk about Satan in the garden of Eden, of course. And then get your take on if these ET's did come here, and genetically create us what did they come here? For Zachariah citizens says they wanted gold the sprinkle in their atmosphere to kind of protected from the from their star. But who knows who.

Catholic church Africa Zachariah White
"contemporary society" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"contemporary society" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Perfect solution to their engineering project. Now, what do you mean by the ritual experience? What is that the ritual experience is really interesting, you know, because every culture on the planet at some point in time. We'll even today on. Many levels participate in the ritual experience. But when you look at indigenous cultures like the aborigines or the bushmen of Africa, you know, in contemporary society because they give us the opportunity to look at that. It's really about our ability to connect with God to connect with source. And so it was something that was required in every community in every community and one of the things so there's two things that would happen is that the whole community would get together and perform ritual. So if there was a. Why a passage you know, where young men were being circumcised. It's like the community would get together and perform ritual, and then there were certain individuals in the community, the the medicine man, or the shaman or whatever that while they are dancing, and while they are beating on the drums, and while they are singing is able to use that energy and use that intense vibration, that's being created by this group of people to achieve an ecstatic experience and commune with God and get questions answered. And they come back and instruct the community what I found really interesting was that by doing these rituals. It was a meditative experience and the healing experience for the whole community. You know, when we dance it is. A meditative and healing experience. You know, we might be in a bad mood. But then we start dancing or singing, and we feel better because it gives our body an opportunity to release they would make paint to paint the fees or cop mass, and that would be a meditated and ritualistic process that would put people into a calming place within themselves and a calming place within the community. And you know, I feel like it's something that we could day in the twenty first century have really stepped away from and really lost. You know, many of the rituals that we have today. Like when we think about, you know, like, I was brought a Catholic, you know. So when you think about the Catholic church, you know, you have baptism and confirmation. And you know, you go to church. And you have communion and many of these ritualistic items, you know, like baptism is practised by every culture around the planet. You know, it's a ritual cleansing, you know, they have the sacrificial meal, and so what we find in many contemporary society, especially Judeo-Christian wanted. We think we're so separate from indigenous culture in and and what they're doing is they're heathens and and doing these terrible things. But the reality is is we're doing the exact same thing. We just call it something a little bit different. But in my opinion, the intention and the personal intent that goes into it that healing and clearing space is really lost. Because it's been watered down into something that we. Just do and kind of go through the ritual, but not on the deep inner level that you would find in more indigenous and ancient cultures Reno when we come back after the break, I wanna talk about Satan in the garden and be of course, and then get your take on if these did come here, and genetically create us what did they come here for a second. Says they wanted gold to sprinkle in their atmosphere to kind of protected from the from their star. But who knows who.

Catholic church Reno Africa
"contemporary society" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"contemporary society" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Perfect solution to their engineering project. Now, what do you mean by the ritual experience? What is that the ritual experience is really interesting, you know, because every culture on the planet at some point in time, we'll even today on many levels participate in the ritual experience. But when you look at indigenous cultures like the aborigines or the bushmen of Africa, you know, in contemporary society because they give us the opportunity to look at that. It's really about. Our -bility to connect with God to connect with source. And so it was something that was required in every community in every community and one of the things. So there's two things that would happen is that the whole community would get together and perform ritual. So if there was a. White pass it, you know, where young men were being circumcised. It's like the community would get together and perform ritual, and then there were certain individuals in the community, the the medicine man, or the shaman or whatever that while they are dancing, and while they are beating on the drums, and while they are singing is able to use that energy and use that intense vibration, that's being created by this group of people to achieve and ecstatic experience and commune with God and get questions answered. And they come back and instruct the community what I found really interesting was that by doing these rituals. It was a meditative experience and a healing experience for the whole community. You know, when we dance it is. A meditative and healing experience. You know, we might be in a bad mood, but we start dancing or singing, and we feel better because it gives our body and opportunity to release. They would make paints to paint the fees or cop mass, and that's would be a meditated and ritualistic process that would put people into a calming place within themselves and a calming place within the community. And you know, I feel like it's something that we today in the twenty first century have really stepped away from and really lost. You know, many of the rituals that we have today. Like when we think about, you know, like, I was brought a Catholic, you know. So when you think about the Catholic church, you know, you have baptism and confirmation. And you know, you go to church. And you have communion and many of these ritualistic items, you know, like baptism is practised by every culture around the planet. You know, it's a ritual cleansing, you know, they have the sacrificial meal, and so what we find in many contemporary society, especially Judeo-Christian wanted. We think we're so separate from indigenous culture in and and what they're doing is they're heathens and and doing these terrible things. But the reality is is where it's doing the exact same thing. We just call it something a little bit different. But in my opinion, the intention and the personal intent that goes into it that healing and clearing space is really lost. Because it's been watered down into something that we. Just do and kind of go through the ritual, but not on the deep inner level that you would find in more indigenous and ancient cultures Rita when we come back after the break. I wanna talk about Satan in the garden of Eden, of course. And then get your take on if these E T's did come here, and genetically create us what did they come here for those Zachariah and says they wanted gold the sprinkle in their atmosphere to kind of protected from the from their star. But who knows who knows Rita?.

Catholic church Rita Africa Zachariah White
"contemporary society" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"contemporary society" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Perfect solution to their engineering project. Now, what do you mean by the ritual experience? What is that the ritual experience is really interesting, you know, because every culture on the planet at some point in time. We'll even today on. Many levels participate in the ritual experience. But when you look at indigenous cultures like the aborigines or the bushman of Africa, you know, in contemporary society because they give us the opportunity to look at that. It's really about our ability to connect with God to connect with source. And so it was something that was required in every community in every community and one of the things so there's two things that would happen is that the whole community would get together and perform ritual. So if there was a. White a passage, you know, where young men were being circumcised. It's like the community would get together and perform ritual, and then there were certain individuals in the community the the medicine man or the shaman or whatever that while they are dancing while they are beating on the drums in while. They are singing is able to use that energy and use that intense vibration, that's being created by this group of people to achieve an ecstatic experience and commune with God and get questions answered. And they come back and instruct the community what I found really interesting was that by doing these rituals. It was a meditative experience and a healing experience for the whole community. You know, when we dance it is. A meditative and healing experience. You know, we might be in a bad mood. But then we start dancing or singing, and we feel better because it gives our body and opportunity to release. They would make paint to paint the fees or cotton mass, and that would be a meditative and ritualistic process that would put people into a calming place within themselves and a calming place within the community. And you know, I feel like it's something that we today in the twenty first century have really stepped away from and really lost. You know, many of the rituals that we have today. Like when we think about, you know, like, I was brought up Catholic, you know. So when you think about the Catholic church, you know, you have baptism and confirmation. And you know, you go to church. And you have communion and many of these ritualistic items, you know, like baptism is practised by every culture around the planet. You know, it's a ritual cleansing, you know, they have the sacrificial meal, and so what we find in many contemporary society, especially Judeo Christian wanted we think we're so separated from indigenous culture in and what they're doing is they're heathens and and doing these terrible things. But the reality is is where doing being Zach same thing, we call it something a little bit different. But in my opinion, the intention and the personal intent that goes into it that healing and clearing space is really lost. Because it's been watered down into something that we. Just do and kind of go through the ritual, but not on the deep inner level that you would find in more indigenous and ancient cultures Rita when we come back after the break. I wanna talk about Satan in the garden of Eden, of course. And then get your take on if these E T's did come here, and genetically create us what did they come here for? Zachariah situation says they wanted gold to sprinkle in their atmosphere to kind of protected from the from their star. But who knows who knows.

Catholic church Africa Zachariah Judeo Christian Zach
"contemporary society" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:16 min | 3 years ago

"contemporary society" Discussed on KTOK

"Perfect solution to their engineering project. Now, what do you mean by the ritual experience? What is that the ritual experience is really interesting, you know, because every culture on the planet at some point in time. We'll even today. On many levels participate in the ritual experience. But when you look at indigenous cultures like the aborigines or the bushmen of Africa, you know, in contemporary society because they give us the opportunity to look at that. It's really about. Our -bility to connect with God to connect with source. And so it was something that was required in every community in every community and one of the things. So there's two things that would happen is that the whole community would get together and perform ritual. So if there was a. Why to pass it? You know, where young men were being circumcised? It's like the community would get together and perform ritual, and then there were certain individuals in the community, the the medicine man, or the shaman or whatever that while they are dancing, and while they are beating on the drums, and while they are singing is able to use that energy and use that intense vibration, that's being created by this group of people to achieve an ecstatic experience and commune with God and get questions answered. And they come back and instruct the community what I found really interesting was that by doing Steve rituals. It was a meditative experience and a healing experience for the whole community. You know, when we dance it is. A meditative and healing experience. You know, we might be in a bad mood. But and we started dancing or singing, and we feel better because it gives our body and opportunity to relief. They would make paint to paint the fees or mass, and that would be a meditative and ritualistic process that would put people into a common place within themselves and a calming place within the community. And you know, I feel like it's something that we today in the twenty first century have really stepped away from and really lost. You know, many of the rituals that we have today. Like when we think about, you know, like, I was brought up Catholic, you know. So when you think about the Catholic church, you have baptism and confirmation. And you know, you go to church. And you have communion and many of these ritualistic items, you know, like baptism is practised by every culture around the planet. You know, it's a ritual cleansing, you know, they have the sacrificial meal, and so what we find in many contemporary society, especially Judeo-Christian wanted. We think we're so separated from indigenous culture in and and what they're doing is they're heathens and and doing these terrible things. But the reality is is where it's doing the exact same thing. We just call it something a little bit different. But in my opinion, the intention and the personal intent that goes into it that healing and clearing space is really lost. Because it's been watered down into something that we. Just do and kind of go through the ritual, but not on the deep inner level that you would find in more indigenous and ancient cultures Rita when we come back after the break. I wanna talk about Satan in the garden of Eden, of course. And then get your take on if these E T's did come here, and genetically create us what did they come here for Zachariah situation says they wanted gold to sprinkle in their atmosphere to kind of protected from the from their star. But who knows who knows Rita? What is your website? It's so healer dot com. Simple that we've been linked up at coast to coast AM dot com stepping out eat and came out in September of last year. And I assume it's still available. Yes, sir. It is. All right. And we'll be back with more with Dr Rita, Louise. And then we'll take calls with you in the last hour on coast to coast AM with one of the perks of being a coast insider is that you can participate in our twice monthly live chat sessions or read the transcripts later. George Noory chats with insiders on the second Tuesday of the month. And.

Dr Rita Catholic church George Noory Africa Steve Zachariah Louise
"contemporary society" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:14 min | 3 years ago

"contemporary society" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Perfect solution to their engineering project. Now, what do you mean by the ritual experience? What is that the ritual experience is really interesting, you know, because every culture on the planet at some point in time, we'll even today on many levels participate in the ritual experience. But when you look at indigenous cultures like the aborigines or the bushmen of Africa, you know, in contemporary society because they give us the opportunity to look at that. It's really about our ability to connect with God to connect with source. And so it was something that was required in every community in every community and one of the things. So there's two things that would happen is that the whole. The community would get together and perform ritual. So there was a. White a passage, you know, where young men were being circumcised. It's like the community would get together and perform ritual, right? And then there were certain individuals in the community, the the medicine man, or the shaman or whatever that while they are dancing, and while they are beating on the drums, and while they are singing is able to use that energy and use that intense vibration, that's being created by this group of people to achieve an ecstatic experience and commune with God and get questions answered. And they come back and instruct the community what I found really interesting was that by doing things rituals. It was a meditative experience and a healing experience for the whole community. You know, when we danced it is. A meditative and healing experience. You know, we might be in a bad mood. But and we started dancing or singing, and we feel better because it gives our body and opportunity to relief. They would make paint to paint the feast or cop mass, and that would be a meditative and ritualistic process that would put people into a common place within themselves and a calming place within the community. And you know, I feel like it's something that we today in the twenty first century have really stepped away from and really lost in many of the rituals that we have today. Like when we think about, you know, like, I was brought a Catholic, you know. So when you think about the Catholic church, you know, you have baptism and confirmation. And you know, you go to church. And you have communion and many of these ritualistic items, you know, like baptism is practised by every culture around the planet. You know, it's a ritual cleansing, you know, they have the sacrificial meal, and so what we find in many contemporary society, especially Judeo Christian one is we think we're so separate from indigenous culture, and and what they're doing is they're heathens and and doing these terrible things. But the reality is is where it's doing the exact same thing. We just call it something a little bit different. But in my opinion, the intention and the personal intent that goes into it that healing and clearing space is really lost. Because it's been watered down into something that we. Just do and kind of go through the ritual, but not on the deep inner level that you would find in more indigenous and ancient cultures Rita when we come back after the break. I wanna talk about Satan in the garden of Eden, of course. And then get your take on. If these teas did come here, and genetically create us, what did they come here? For Zachariah citizens says they wanted gold to sprinkle in their atmosphere to kind of protected from the from their star. But who knows who knows read, and what is your website? It's so healer dot com. Simple azad. We've got linked up at coast to coast AM dot com stepping out eat and came out in September of last year. And I assume it's still available. Yes, sir. It is. All right. And we'll be back with more with Dr Rita, Louise. And then we'll take calls with you in the last hour on coast to coast AM weather, one of the perks of being a Costa insider is that you can participate in our twice monthly live chat. Sessions or read the transcripts later. George Noory.

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"contemporary society" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"contemporary society" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Perfect solution to their engineering project. Now, what do you mean by the ritual experience? What is that the ritual experience is really interesting, you know, because every culture on the planet at some point in time. We'll even today on. Many levels participate in the ritual experience. But when you look at indigenous cultures like the aborigines or the bushmen of Africa, you know, in contemporary society because they give us the opportunity to look at that. It's really about our ability to connect with God to connect with source. And so it was something that was required in every community in every community and one of the things so there's two things that would happen is that the whole community would get together and perform ritual. So if there was a. White a passage, you know, where young men were being circumcised. It's like the community would get together and perform ritual, right? And then there were certain individuals in the community, the the medicine man, or the shaman or whatever that while they are dancing, and while they are beating on the drums, and while they are singing is able to use that energy and use that intense vibration, that's being created by this group of people to achieve an ecstatic experience and commune with God and get questions answered. And they come back and instruct the community what I found really interesting was that by doing these rituals. It was a meditative experience and a healing experience for the whole community. You know, when we dance it is. A meditative and healing experience. You know, we might be in a bad mood. But and we started dancing or singing, and we feel better because it gives our body an opportunity to release they would make paint to paint the fees or cop math, and that would be a meditated and ritualistic process that would put people into a common place within themselves and a calming place within the community. And you know, I feel like it's something that way today in the twenty first century have really stepped away from and really lost. You know, many of the rituals that we have today. Like when we think about, you know, like, I was brought up Catholic, you know. So when you think about the Catholic church, you know, you have baptism and confirmation. And you know, you go to church. And you have communion and many of these ritualistic items, you know, like baptism is practised by every culture around the the planet. You know, it's a ritual cleansing, you know, they have the sacrificial meal, and so what we find in many contemporary society, especially Judeo Christian ones is we think we're so separate from indigenous culture, and and what they're doing is they're heathens and and doing these terrible things. But the reality is is where doing being Zach same thing. We just call it something a little bit different. But in my opinion, the intention and the personal intent that goes into it that healing and clearing space is really lost. Because it's been watered down into something that we. Just do and kind of go through the ritual, but not on the deep inner level that you would find in more indigenous and ancient cultures Rita when we come back after the break. I wanna talk about Satan in the garden of Eden, of course. And then get your take on if these E T's did come here, and genetically create us what did they come here for? Zachariah situation says they wanted gold to sprinkle in their atmosphere to kind of protected from the from their star. But who knows who.

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"contemporary society" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:12 min | 3 years ago

"contemporary society" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Perfect solution to their engineering project. Now, what do you mean by the ritual experience? What is that the ritual experience is really interesting, you know, because every culture on the planet at some point in time, we'll even today on many levels participate in the ritual experience. But when you look at indigenous cultures like the aborigines or the bushmen of Africa, you know, in contemporary society because they give us the opportunity to look at that. It's really about our ability to connect with God to connect with source. And so it was something that was required in every community in every community and one of the things. So there's two things that would happen is that the whole. The community would get together and perform ritual. So if there was a. Why a passage you know, where young men were being circumcised. It's like the community would get together and perform ritual, and then there were certain individuals in the community, the the medicine man, or the shaman or whatever that while they are dancing, and while they are beating on the drums, and while they are singing is able to use that energy and use that intense vibration, that's being created by this group of people to achieve an ecstatic experience and commune with God and get questions answered. And they come back and instruct the community what I found really interesting was that by doing these rituals. It was a meditative experience and a healing experience for the whole community. You know, when we dance it is. A meditative and healing experience. You know, we might be in a bad mood. But and we started dancing or singing, and we feel better because it gives our body an opportunity to release they would make paint to paint the fees or cop math, and that's would be a meditated and ritualistic process that would put people into a calming place within themselves and a calming place within the community. And you know, I feel like it's something that we today in the twenty first century have really stepped away from and really lost. You know, many of the rituals that we have today. Like when we think about, you know, like, I was brought a Catholic, you know. So when you think about the Catholic church know, you have baptism and confirmation. And you know, you go to church. And you have communion and many of these ritualistic items, you know, like baptism is practised by every culture around the planet. You know, it's a ritual cleansing, you know, they have the sacrificial meal, and so what we find in many contemporary society, especially Judeo-Christian wanted. We think we're so separate from indigenous culture, and and and what they're doing is they're heathens and and doing these terrible things. But the reality is is where it's doing the exact same thing. We just call it something a little bit different. But in my opinion, the intention and the personal intent that goes into it that healing and clearing space is really lost. Because it's been watered down into something that we. Just do and kind of goes through the ritual, but not on the deep inner level that you would find in more indigenous and ancient cultures Reno when we come back after the break, I want to talk about Satan in the garden of Eden, of course, and then get your take on if these did come here, and genetically create us what did they come here for Zachariah says they wanted gold to sprinkle in their atmosphere to kind of protected from from their star. But who knows who knows Rita? What is your website? It's so healer dot com. Simple as that. We've been linked up at coast to coast AM dot com stepping out eat and came out in September of last year. And I assume it's still available yesterday is all right? And we'll be back with more with Dr Rita, Louise. And then we'll take calls with you in the last hour on coast to coast AM with one of the perks of being a Costa insider is that you can participate in our twice monthly live chat. Sessions or read the transcripts.

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"contemporary society" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:19 min | 3 years ago

"contemporary society" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Perfect solution to their engineering project. Now, what do you mean by the ritual experience? What is that the ritual experience is really interesting, you know, because every culture on the planet at some point in time, we'll even today on many levels participate in the ritual experience. But when you look at indigenous cultures like the aborigines or the bushmen of Africa, you know, in contemporary society because they give us the opportunity to look at that. It's really about. Our -bility to connect with God to connect with source. And so it was something that was required in every community in every community and one of the things. So there's two things that would happen is that the whole community would get together and perform ritual. So if there was a. Why do pass it, you know, where young men were being circumcised? It's like the community would get together and perform ritual, and then there were certain individuals in the community, the the medicine man, or the shaman or whatever that while they are dancing, and while they are beating on the drums, and while they are singing is able to use that energy and use that intense vibration, that's being created by this group of people to achieve an ecstatic experience and commune with God and get questions answered. And they come back and instruct the community what I found really interesting would that by doing these rituals. It was a meditative experience and the healing experience for the whole community. You know, when we dance it is. A meditative and healing experience. You know, we might be in a bad mood. But then we start dancing or singing, and we feel better because it gives our body and opportunity to release. They would make paint to paint the fees or cotton mask, and that would be a meditative and ritualistic process that would put people into a common place within themselves and a calming place within the community. And you know, I feel like it's something that we today in the twenty first century have really stepped away from and really lost. You know, many of the rituals that we have today. Like when we think about, you know, like, I was brought a Catholic. You know? So when you think about the Catholic church, you know, you have baptism and confirmation. And you know, you go to church, and you have communion and many of these ritualistic items like baptism is practised by every culture around the planet. You know, it's a ritual cleansing, you know, they have the sacrificial meal, and so what we find in many contemporary society, especially Judeo-Christian wanted. We think we're so separate from indigenous culture in and what they're doing is they're heathens and and doing these terrible things. But the reality is is where it's doing the exact same thing. We just call it something a little bit different. But in my opinion, the intention and the personal intent that goes into. With that healing and clearing space is really lost. Because it's been watered down into something that we just do and kind of go through the ritual, but not on the deep inner level that you would find in more indigenous and ancient cultures Rita when we come back after the break. I want to talk about Satan in the garden of Eden, of course. And then get your take on if these did come here, and genetically create us what did they come here for now Zachariah says they wanted gold to sprinkle in their atmosphere to kind of protected from the from their star. But who knows who knows Rita? What is your website? It's so healer dot com. Simple azad. We've been linked up at coast to coast AM dot com stepping out eating came out in September of last year. And I assume it's still available. Yes, sir. It is. All right. And we'll be back with more with Dr Rita, Louise. And then we'll take calls with you in the last hour on coast to coast AM with her. One of the perks being coast insider is that you can participate in our twice monthly live chat sessions or read the transcripts later. George Noory chance with insiders on the second Tuesday of the month. And the special guest is featured later in the month..

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