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"doctor michael hall" Discussed on Archives of Fabella

Archives of Fabella

09:15 min | Last week

"doctor michael hall" Discussed on Archives of Fabella

"As wardens of the blood borne empire continue their investigation into doctor hall. It soon becomes clear that the michael hall everyone knew had a dark secret. It's discovery was not only the answer to the mysterious antic in the halls bed but another mystery from the past that eluded authorities. so what are these strange medallions. And who was. Dr michael there were many charms used to magically conceal or disguise himself and fabella. Some would say too many. The three most common ones were invisibility cloaks which rendered the wearer invisible but degraded rapidly over time you trauma milk oppo shen with the consistency of syrup. The transformed person into ever. Dna was mixed in with the potion for up to five hours and transfiguration medallions transfiguration. Medallions were special coins containing charm. That allowed the user to transform into an animal. They were especially useful for people who wished to disguise themselves and didn't have access to the ingredients necessary to brew trauma mel which was for bellows version of poly jews potion. For my harry potter fans out there wearing a transfiguration medallion the neck enchanted with a charm. To make you look like a bear would transform you into a bear and so on and so forth the greatest limitation faced by using these terms with simply that they didn't last long a single medallion could only allow a person to change shape for a maximum of one hour. But but you could do a lot of damage and one hour if you could transfigure yourself into a dragon. Which was often done by villains throughout history. Transfiguration medallions were first developed by an antic named emory public. On aries sixteenth fifty. nine forty. seven pollock was a slave working for the gavin family of als because antics were small bug like people constantly looked down upon because of their nature. Pollock sought a way to rid himself of the stigma. So he could pursue a relationship with gavin families eldest daughter the lovely teresa after years of learning magic in secret and experimentation polack was finally able to create a series of transfiguration medallions. The process of creating a transfiguration medallion demanded. A which are wizard. Incredible talent to perform a precise incantation. To imbue the medallion with its magical properties. Every word of the incantation pronounced with pinpoint accuracy. Gold was necessary because it held magic better than any other metal. That's why most charm to her made of gold. A single medallion took about thirty minutes to create as as he was able to refine the process of creating these transfiguration medallions. Pollock put his plan into motion. Now if you had the ability to make yourself look like any animal are type of person. Bella what would you do. Paul uses this groundbreaking magical invention to rob banks. Pollock produced a series of medallions and enabling him to transform into a number of different people who he then took the form of to hold up. Bank tellers and demand. Large sums of money the madani and did it an able pollock to look like every person he wanted. Being tellers reported the same caucasian male with piercing blue eyes assuming the form of a fun man door a troll and our goblin authorities responding to the robberies. Never knew to search for an orange antic pollock was able to get away with millions of bloodborne dollars in cash. Virtually undetected one bright spring day. Theresa gavin opened the door to her family's mansion to find pollick indus curry's as rich and we'll doctor michael hall unaware that he was the same slave that used to wait on her and the two were married in fifty nine forty eight and pollock continue to manufacture more transfiguration medallion and to maintain the ruse throughout his entire relationship. With theresa transfiguration. Medallions were so new at the time. Nobody knew how to look for them. Polly kept swapping out has medallions every hour. Doing most of his work. It in his private study. Forbidden from theresa's prying eyes pollock set up a fake medical practice as it front. He used to sell his transfiguration matt. Down the end to the criminal underworld though one advantage transfiguration medallions had over the shape. Changing potion known as trauma. Milk was that you could still eat and drink. While in discoveries the greatest limitation neutral milk always had was that ingesting anything would counter act the potions effects exposing the fraud for who they were. This is how offering water at job. Interviews or free food samples became customary as security measures and both fabella. And anyone who didn't partake in this pleasantries had to be using neutral milk suspected spies were often force fed to expose them transfiguration. Medallions didn't have this problem. All the user had to do was have enough on hand to swap out every hour. Pollock was able to effectively pose. As dr michael without arousing theresa suspicions until his death and fifty nine sixty authorities later determined politics at the young age of forty five was due to his frequent use of transfiguration medallions. He altered his physiology so much on a regular basis that has potty gave out on the real damage of bringing something like transfiguration medallions into the world was that you couldn't take that kind of technology back. Everyone had access to it and law enforcement just had to adapt round up as many medallions as possible and hope. For the best following their introduction legislation was introduced by the world court of abella making possession of transfiguration medallions a felony lawful use was limited only to exclusive members of law enforcement where those medallions were often misused stolen or generally abused further legislation to eradicate transfiguration dalliance. Altogether was constantly introduced and argued in the world court but never went anywhere. The most consistent argument for keeping medallions in the hands of law enforcement with the warden's needed the necessary edge to one up themselves against criminals still illegally made transfiguration medallions continued to circulate throughout the world. Moving forward it was customary for wardens. You stop people walking their pets outside and request. They removed their pets collar to verify. It wasn't a fugitive. in discoveries. airports required everyone to remove their jewelry at checkpoints. Magic meters serve of like metal detectors were later said up in buildings to detect. Enchanted objects like transfiguration medallions. Shortly after their introduction pollock changed the world with his magical talent he could have done so many great things with his ability instead. He used it to help. Only himself. And empower those who sought to use medallions for their own devious ends. So the moral of the story is this use. Your term lint wisely with the advantage you have over another person you can.

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"doctor michael hall" Discussed on GrowthBusters

GrowthBusters

05:44 min | 3 months ago

"doctor michael hall" Discussed on GrowthBusters

"Or use your feet to go to the market if you live close by or to bike to work even our last guests doctor michael hall even said well. I'm just not accessible. Unfortunately i have to take the train to work. If i don't live by the university. I work at or i have to. You know drive. If i work an hour away and i'm not able to find a job closer to home. So yeah what would you say to these people. I'll tell a story. When i was first getting started before my podcast even started there was a graduate student. I met at universities. Lamont doherty labs. Which is the earth institute. There's one dedicated his life to learning about nature in order to conserve nature. We're talking about reducing impact. And he said you know josh. Sometimes there's nothing. I can do for example. I work on geology. And there's this formation in australia that is the only place in the world it is. There's nothing i can do about that. I can't change it. So i fly there and i thought second i sent him. Could you ask someone in australia to take pictures and measured for you. Oh yeah. I guess i could do that now. This doesn't apply to every situation but this is a guy who has devoted his life to figure out how to conserve nature. And maybe because someone else was paying for it because he wanted to go to stralia but he wasn't seeing something. That was a simple solution to his problem. And probably most people have a lot of things like that lying around. I dunno evans unique. But i suspect a lot of people who feel that they must fly or whatever with a slight shift. Might see that. There's lots of other things that do. Yeah changing back from a five day. Workweek tha four day workweek or a three day work week in fact i think one of the big solutions that we really hopefully we'll be embracing over the coming decade of lee. We don't have to wait too long to get into. That is that we all ought to be working a lot less hours..

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"doctor michael hall" Discussed on GrowthBusters

GrowthBusters

03:35 min | 6 months ago

"doctor michael hall" Discussed on GrowthBusters

"Transportation. Is the biggest source of carbon emissions, and of course, tourism and business travel are a big part of that are their options for shrinking their carbon footprint. We'll start that conversation on this episode of the Growth Busters podcast God. Cau-. Really excited to be talking in this episode with Doctor Michael Hall Professor in the Department of Management Marketing and Entrepreneurship University of Canterbury in New Zealand. I've shortened the list of credentials which are really impressive Michael Co editor current issues in tourism associate editor of Tourism geographies editor of the contemporary geographies of Leisure Tourism and Mobility Book Series Co editor of the aspects of Tourism Book Series Editor of Route Ledge Studies of gastronomy food and drink I like the sound of that one. Co Editor of Rutledge critical studies tourism, business and management. Co. Author of the Book Tourism Public Transport and sustainable mobility. The guy clearly doesn't have any time to take off and actually be a tourist I don't think we'll have to talk about that. But Anyway, Mike thanks a lot for joining us for this fascinating entree into the subject of travel. Me Let's start with the big picture. Easy question. Really. What's The relevance of Travel and Tourism to sustainability was having an interesting kinda compensation in the middle of covid nineteen pandemic. Changing the whole game but in general, you'd get that travel and tourism contributes about eight percent to global emissions in a normal year. With that potentially actually being higher depending how you calculated you have, for example, the UN will tourism organisation. They would argue it's around five percent in really good independent studies done added Queensland and the states a couple of years ago they up. Eight percent if you also back to in what's called radiative forcing, which essentially think of the clouds you see when the planes go flying that it may even be up to ten twelve percents contribution. So it's like all these things. Depends, how you calculate in a liberal way, you work it. It's big and if tourism was the country is probably be the full biggest emissions something like that such pretty substantial. Now. Are you including business travel in this or excluding business travel being including everything into that? So it's not insignificant if we talked about transportation and general, that's huge. So much transportation is just all the crap that we insist on sending back and forth around the world and our over consumptive lifestyles It's an interesting one blow because at the same time, we kind get away from using transport. We can't get away from being mobile and there's I think really interesting tensions between how do you do that? Sustainably I think the trade off if we dealing with people in effect even dealing with goods. It's how five things go and how fast they got. I mean if you're looking for some bottom lines there, that's their key things to be thinking about how fast is it go have filed as gut and what trade offs can you actually have in doing that one of the really interesting things which could in some countries, Australia and New Zealand would be of those countries is that with the impact of climate?.

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"doctor michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

Breaking the Underdog Curse

07:59 min | 11 months ago

"doctor michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

"Still have a really great collaboration and a really great relationship with them, you know. They're they're wonderful so high volume lots of Dr Manage at the same time, lots of other practitioners multi-modal office as well so there's a lot of manage on that going back and forth, so it really got my Ninja scheduling skills as you and brandy like just stay under. Your training. We'll, and that's so true right because down. We always say like this brand says at first when you're training car assistant I. You have to learn you learn all the rules, and then once you learn all the rules, then you learn how to break all the rules. Wages right exactly you have to. Yeah exactly. So it's it's funny. Because chocolates, the scatchard never interviewed. Anybody else's graduated and I didn't realize this discussion has a really interesting reputation amongst Canadian chiropractors. And I thought it was really funny. Because scatcherd was one of the very first provinces that got welcomed back to reopen, and granted were always available for urgent care, but it's you know being able to reopen to the general public and I remember the on this particular facebook page just seeing that the NBN has like for the first time ever were advanced. Chiropractors, what's going on here? Well? It's funny and I think that just came from like when I I is in practice. All remember is like the INSA schedule and the activator was illegal, and so so that was the weird thing that was about lake anywhere in the world, which is interesting. You got adjusted activator was that at the time it was legal or was that list before it was illegal, but I was actually a ca when that got finally overturned, so I was again in the midst of that. I remember I. Remember a lot of conversation about that will so interesting because like like just by talking with you like in general. Substantial and they're pretty principal chiropractors in there. Just seemed interesting that that was a place where they said you couldn't use activator, but You can now. You can, you can use instruments now you'd be Japanese again. You know it's it's like anywhere, right? It's always switch and I just exist in principle bubble. I guess because I've never I've never really come up to bat against. Anybody telling me. I can't practice the way I want to so I've been very lucky very fortunate or maybe I'm just our. said it really depends who you surround yourself with right map that shows how far lettuce I'm A. You have a cool story when your carpet assistant when you saw Brandy speaking, I think the story slurs because it always makes her feel really also was wondering you could tell listeners. Yes, that's -solutely. So back in I don't even know what year would have been probably been two, thousand, three or two thousand four I was invited as the guest with. One of the groups of docs that I had worked for down to arthritis and they I already wizard accepted students that was just finishing my undergrad. And so you know I super pumped. You know this is the school that I'm GonNa go to and. Dot Time of. At that time Parker was the be all and end all. Seminars was absolutely place to be so I remember I had gone to a particular st a seminar and. Onto the stage walks this beautiful gorgeous woman, and she is wearing these pink high heels and a little bit of Leopard print and you know. Obviously it's brand new McDonald. I discovered see. She just killed it. She rocked. She walked the stage, and she commanded the audience and You know you coming from a very busy practice. I really really resonated with her. So at that time I was like. Like amazing! We're basically sisters because neighboring provinces. Yeah, so it was really good. I. Definitely remember seeing her on stage. Tell me a little bit about your time at Parker is again at that time you had? Again you. You've really been always shrouded with some really awesome mentors that really helped. Your destiny Ray told me over the. Event instructors and and guidance had from Parker. Absolutely so I started parker down in two thousand five, and at the time Dr was our president and amazing netter as in Cairo factor, really lucky to have been there during his tenure and we had these things every Wednesday called Arthur. Sundays are not every Wednesday I did on I think. So yeah it Parker semblance, and they would bring in a speaker and the whole school. The whole whole student body would congregate, and we would listen to the speaker. While the first speaker up on the first Wednesday of the Parker Seminar, that I got was sectors yeovil marsh from. -Tario actually yeah absolutely at the time. I believe he was the vice president of. Academics. I think. Or why he had a number of role. He's got such a talented character talented man. You get to fill a lot of a lot of roles there. So, he was definitely one of the speakers that I had was lucky to hear from tonight. Actually funny enough. His son was in a class behind me. So? I ended up meeting him. A few months later when he joined in second trimester because you know US Canadians, we all stick together. And then another one that said that I got to listen to quite often was doctor Michael Hall. He he was definitely one of our instructors and got to learn functional neurology from him, and that was funny, because as I'm wearing all this stuff about sympathetic dominance, forward head posture, and and all this stuff i. I thought this was just. This is how everybody learns. It might look this is what retired. Factor ever has ever learned in this is what every state bright? No. No, that's definitely not how it is 'cause you get into practice. And you just you realize how that information is not getting to the front lines? It's not getting in the trenches with of the chiropractors so I feel very very fortunate to have been able to learn from him as well and then when other amazing. Canadian who you also had on his podcast website Dr Liederman. Yeah Also yeah, so you can't see me in the video but I'm all excited at three and I tower over her issues even shorter. I remember her teaching me. How to rocks inside postures rocks, some big adjustments on some very tall individuals. Probably exactly size of you Dr Don. was going I was used that. Example when I have patients who are female like is where Ray by university. Of Alberta, we a lot of students during kinesiology that are considering chiropractic with the problem. The problem is they look at me as the character and then they go. Oh, my gosh like you're six four hundred thirty five pounds lake. Lake I like you must have to be big in order to adjust in I. Use that story all the time where I got just by Nicole to. Comes to my elbow, but she gave you an awesome adjustment and I said it's yeah, and it's not a power. It's like he's kind of like martial arts. We just have to really learn really good mechanics in really good form. Of course, it doesn't matter if you're released mall or if you're really big, you still have to be careful not to hurt yourself that that is common things. People can do especially if they do more of manual. Manual technique, but but a super inspiring right to get to get mentorship. Especially I would imagine not female, but I'd imagine if how if I was female going to school, and then I had another mentor that was female and smaller than me, then you'd be like well. Heck or she can do it. I can do it. Totally yeah, it, I was. I was very very.

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"doctor michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

Breaking the Underdog Curse

11:25 min | 1 year ago

"doctor michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

"Recently. Doctor Michael Hall is my. He's like my us like my my go-to man if I'm like stuck with something. He's he's like rains and I've had him up to Evanston and we probably had put on private ten or twelve or I think even more seminars with him and brought him to Edmonton brought him to to Toronto We've just work together with him and and he's really helped shape a lot of the stuff. I do in my practice so I'm super excited to share this conversation with everybody Bater dance. I fear news noise very welcoming crowds. It's Grouchy Share on a good information in a wealthy life changing for our patients. That's going to be awesome. And the Nice thing about this podcasts. Were all over the world right. So there's everybody down to the UK to To the United States and all that stuff so so I wanted to start off with because we always have this bud. Buzzword in Chiropractic is you have to be listed chiropractor or you have or you are an evidence based car proctor. And I want to get your opinion on. Why'd you have to be one or the other and what? What are your thoughts on that? That drives me crazy that We could be here for a few days. But here's a couple of things that they go to to work on as you know in a large part we want to know that what we're doing is real and it's been researched if you will and defined and and so forth as a chiropractor we understand it. When a joint doesn't move properly I sub would save then there's an alteration of function now. What is that function is it? Changing muscle is it. Changing slow is a change in brain function. And what we've done now through years we've done more and more research on the effects of subway station and now we have researched the adjustment now. Also Affects Muscle Affects Imaging changes in brain also affects the brain. So now we're in a real interesting part of healthcare because for the most non. Here's the facts. Healthcare worldwide is failing. The people That's the big deal about some organs. Sicker congest cardiovascular disease is the number one killer man world wide especially hypertension hypertension of which ninety percent is considered to be non pathological and preventable. So what what is going to do? And so we're in a big pickle because paper game more diabetes. More strokes were heart attacks. Were FAILING THE PEOPLE WAR ON WORLDWIDE BASIS? So something has to give what happens. Is We start pointing fingers each other? Well when I do is better than you and Blah Blah Blah acts are. We're off failing miserably until we get a message together. And the facts large. When you're spies in alignment your brain functions veteran. Your health is better in. That's the simple facts in support today. Time is it. You said it's huge thing. On the science of happiness it should be in every chiropractors office but not just the carpenter every healthcare provider. So we've got to realize that it's really not about research because research inuits show is very slow in other words. If I'm going to take care of patient I gotTa Take Care of all. The baggage in luggage comes along with that patient. I think she's got a background about task. They've got a future. They got a day. It can't be. Oh here's the research about their spines on t four. It's about the united and if we look at basic communication if Market Research on communication most recommendations reach other doesn't occur through the media our words it occurs to the tone of voice facial expression so patient education will. What about Dr Education? You know Patients WANNA go somewhere. That they know someone cares for them and but but anyway on lawsuit short We're not doing the job that we need to do. For the populations of people worldwide and Healthier Diet Change Right now. Chiropractic is poised to be that change agent worldwide. That's got half we don't necessarily need more surgeries. Don't exactly need word tribes. We need lifestyle. Changes what we're getting into is that we're we're getting so removed from what those changes should be. We're GONNA HAVE CREATE RENAISSANCE PERIOD. All over again as order should be. We lead our lives. This podcast is wonderful example. What needs to actually communicate with people to talk to. It's genial conversation about Weiss in about healthcare and about chiropractics. You can't be here's the thing when someone says. Hey Dr Hog key had a research article for that. It almost tells me if they don't read research to begin West right at someone else's house today we'll see how. How do you know we're supposed to walk every day and I just Kinda Plaza? What did you really just ask that question? I said you've got two legs. So what do you think therefore right over a will yeah? Yeah we'll of course they want and so when we don't use our legs we don't walk around we get back pain and we have problems that you know. You shouldn't really need a research paper for that. So you know we look at. I was in England not too long ago and the average Briton walks less than a half mile a day less than half in the states. We're still counting steps with the Fitbit Analytical GonNa have ten thousand desperate day but they're not reaching that but just realized ten thousand deaths per day is roughly forty percent of our need so We're struggling our standards are struggling to what needs to happen in so More than research really is a little bit of a weight. Might just say literacy and if you read the cardinals higher education several years ago. There's a paper in the United States fiction. American athletes was considered to be illiterate. Now illiterate. Doesn't mean you can't read is if needs you struggle to comprehend read a research paper we have to realize that research papers trying to answer a question. It's not a panacea of health is simply looking at a question. Does the sun rise the now the research To answer that question. But it doesn't tell you if the if the sunsets so It's difficult in research in. We're struggling to ask the right questions to do the right research. And that's where that's where we're at today because there's really no money to be made if you start walking more everyday in Healthier right there's no drug for that right and You Know Autism House up to one in thirty six. No one must really address the stress long as stressed environments on catecholamines stress or Known to talk about stress although we realize in Congress sciences at stresses implicated in nearly ninety percent of all chronic illness. But no one wants to make the diagnosis. So I've got some great research kind of share with Uday that though we can have some point on the topics gay. Because here's what I WANNA do is talk a little bit about the research. That's out there that you're excited about for the all the analytical people and they don't want to just talk a little bit about the backbone of why like how chiropractic would would relate with all that and then we'll get out to the stuff at the end there too. Yeah sounds great and I really appreciate because the whole idea is. The research doesn't matter if we CAN'T CHANGE LIVES RIGHT. So the research should only make generally increase our certainty about what we offer and the value to people today. Even when people don't realize the value we have to be on guard on purpose at all times right so show me some exciting research for it. Will it will try to solve the analytical out there that like temporary arch. I need information. Let's LET'S DO I. Okay Okay let me show you know. It's a couple years old now. Neurobiology of stress. Which is one of my favorites if you want and is in. Here's the gist. It's fun about research rice a week. No that's an a pediatric model. That children are blunt this Bagel sauce out front right now. Allow the PREFRONTAL CORTEX to grow. Ended up that Cortex is understood throughout the world as our executive center. That's air we make decisions with. Its air that we have good value. Systems. That allows us to dampen inappropriate behaviors. Sometimes you know you WANNA say a bad or fund lives as as you don't do that or bad action or infelicity is our frontal lobes right so to get into this article what you realize that our frontal low is what allows us to actually be humane actually allows us to be human and different than other animals rights we actually have free will but advising about free will is not that you always get do what you want but recognizing what is know what you don't feel free real free will and free choice only exists when there's a consequence to saying no you lock you. WanNa think three will choices. We'll do what I WANNA do is like no. Is that when I have a choice to make between what is right? What is wrong? That's what free willits and so that's that's interesting because that just reminds me of like for example like a dog right so if a dog has a has a an impulse they just do it exactly and so when we have an impulse we do have a frontal lobe that we can filter through to to to not do it and that actually will differentiate. Us exactly what it is because you have for example. Here's a big butterfinger candy bar. And here's a cops out of your folks says way. It should have the top sound but your frontal lobes not working very well. You go for January The dog goes whatever's in the ball yet right now so it's very interesting because now what happens. Is this lobe of our brain taken huge? It now just for a sidebar. Basic Science tells us that when we move the neurological pathways especially from our legs. The dorsal bench will spinal cerebellar tracks provide the primary sensory input to our Sara Bellum and our frontal Lopes slick sets the tone what this is all about to the chiropractor so we realized that it's fine healthy when when there's free of civilisations and we are active. We have the best choice or best chance and having a healthy frontal lobe. Okay now this journal is the neurobiology stress should tell so people. There's a journal okay. Great so it's the effects of stress on exposure on this excess stress exposure on prefrontal cortex translating basic research into successful treatments. Cab Garard right. Yes you if you want to some hacking sanity case we might want to It hold it so let's just Basic research is founded high levels of catecholamines. These are stress hormones that are released during stress rapidly pair top-down cognitive function of the prefrontal CORTEX. And here's the change. So it impairs the prefrontal cortex but it strengthens your alarm response rate. So now what happens is when we don't have a good functioning prefrontal cortex we are. More affected from a sympathetic dominance or a stress. And with this means to us is earlier we said. What's the number one chiller man? Worldwide high blood pressure for unite X. called sympathetic dominates. Frontal lobe is not functioning the ability to inhibit..

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"doctor michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

Breaking the Underdog Curse

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"doctor michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

"Podcast for chiropractors. I'm your host. Dr Dawn McDonald author of the bestselling Book Yonder Dog Curson Weekly. We will be interviewing amazing chiropractors from around the world signing out how they made their alley ship. If you're chiropractor the either wants to move your practice away from treating meaning conditions or if you just WanNa stay inspired this podcast for more information on Hashimoto's lease visit. Www DOT Dr John McDonald dot com. And I hope you enjoy the show. Hello podcast listeners. Hope you're doing well this week again. Welcome to the vitality shift for chiropractors. I decided what I'm GonNa do. Today is also going to do another throwback and there is nothing to do this throwback because this is our second top downloaded episode over the last two years and almost six thousand downloads on this one and and this is from my mentor. Doctor Michael Hall and there isn't that I wanNA play. This song again is just because this is so important were doctor. Michael Hall Will Review Three Different Research articles because right now in Chiropractic you know the big thing is about evidence based And if I think if we open our mind to looking at the the actual correct evidence and using our brain and developmental physiology. We understand the huge benefit. We can provide our people when they're under car practic air so I'm going to Have this episode play. This is about a fifteen minute episode. And it's so full gems I listened to it actually a couple times analyst again because just I think we can keep coming back to this because this helps the increases certainty for Chiropractic so I hope you enjoy this as you can tell. We've now Decrease the episode frequency down to every two weeks brandy..

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"doctor michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

Breaking the Underdog Curse

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"doctor michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

"And again, you're the hate mail, because the weight loss program a revenue stream. So now we can make more money. But we haven't changed their lives. Right. Made money off of their weight loss gonna put back on him. Three to five years, and read the studies journal nutrition, mostly people put on the exact amount of weight or more within two to three years. So you know overall it's, you know it's, it's the diet approach isn't winning. It's about lifestyle change. It's about perspectives about, you know, a lot of people are putting on the way or not exercising, or stressed out because there's something in the world that they're not trusting. They're not trusting their relationships, not trust in their practice procedures, and it creates fear in that drives him back into temporal over the anxiety pathetic. You can't you can't maintain your metabolism matter. There's where the mess comes from in. So as we as we begin to change their lives in bring them back in his brand new sets allow giving them things that can get them confidence, and things that they can understand in process, and then do, and then typewriters need to hold themselves accountable for the same things. And then then you gotta home run because just like in your practice you did stand, and you got excited about it. And now your office is that went to the staff to the patients and I it's. Near the things that I do the same things I show, my patients has no, what you do for exercise. Wanna know what you eat. They wanna know what you know what you do. And that's. Exactly. All right. Well. No, no, no. I, I see that time, by the way make yourself what you just said. Michael Lebel bull Sex's. He's, I think that like, because a lot of our work is, is done with the way that people think it's always, I I'm always thinking I'm always thinking chicken rage, h Greg, and so I don't really know what you was Wednesday. But I do know that the way that people perceive, their world changes the biochemistry of the brain and the body interferes Yala Judy. And then vice versa. So then they ended up getting into this awful maladaptive sort of cycle of sinking behaving and thinking of behaving, and unless there is a control delete in that are why we spent so much time on the adjustment because I control all delete in that moment, if he's sort of is bright missed to the brain for a second. But then we always talk about sustained dis in our office, which is more than that immediate es in that sustained these really is a matter, what people do when they leave you and it goes moves you away from. For both sexes in per project. We're not gonna fix. That's why. I'll make you lose weight. And I'll fix this, then I'll cure this, and I'll just doesn't work because from people's perspectives, they have to be able to tap into their own potential and their own ability to do the work. And there is steamed then comes from not like you said temporal Batty, but it comes from actually doing the work and doing it often knocking repeating at wall enough, where they start to become proud of themselves or actually, I count holes through on things than I do find that is really for chiropractor, male or female, both in their health journey, but also new practice success, the only way it sustainable that nobody's gonna give you that. And so, I think that, that is that's a really important point that I just wanted to drive home for his up on March, just to follow on that is that just recently in brain research. There was a paper done that people who actually claim their own house, were happier. Yeah. Yeah. Or were happy enough, their own as they could take your self esteem. That's exactly what you're on was improved. Wednesday Jinping sells the fried fish. This last or changing fishing when you see it, you do it yourself. It makes a difference totally. All right. Well own. Thank you guys for being on the HUD, girth podcast for breaking the underdog. Cursor chiropractors. Thank you very much. I just last couple of minutes last couple minutes here. Brian got new Harding words of wisdom. Impressive press did it in the time. Because I that's impressive that we could we. You off. That's true. Well, I mean, this could be like a fifty an hour program, right? I mean it's to try and get it all into two hours. It's talk. What I, I think, for me just key is sort of what, what we've been doing. And I think what we learn from you like, is that, you know, somebody's life is a result of their habits their behaviors of end. Those all come from the way they think, and until somebody really has the ability to change the way. They think those habits some behavioral changes favorably. I think for us, if we can start to do some of the work ourselves, we then have an expectation for people that is realistic right now. I think we expect our people do stuff that we don't do, and that's unfair as grew it, and it list frustrating practice, and we start to judge people yet were doing what we need to do. So I think it's really the health of a practice really helps from the health of a character, and I don't not just physically. I mean emotionally spiritually relationship in parenting and not just can't. Translated the practice. So I think that is like you said, a training program for chiropractors to me is not just physically by just hallway are as people showing up every day and caring for other people is so like we do podcast, point castle. Not. So I, I'm glad that we had chance to talk much. They like little words of wisdom for all the underdog nation out there. What next say Don is that, you know, you in Brian, these podcasts, obviously showing the downloads, but you want, if you're listening to this podcast, there needs to be twenty thousand downloads in a word share with all your colleagues, because what's being taught here is is truth. And this is a great time to be a typewriter in what we're coming into the neurology support that we need is, is how we think, is how we learn is how we live and that translates into your practice in so this is this is a good conversational topic for so many people. So if anyone's listen, just no shoot. There sounds of ten fifteen other people in, we need to put this professional on fire. Though, humbled against always to be involved with both you guys like you guys in quite a journey quite ride. So. Mike also just give your your content for your website so that people can find out where you're speaking around the world, because we have people listening all over the place. So if you give your contact info absolutely website is rain, DC dot org, and you can reach me acohol at Randy's dot org reteach program called unction Raji for practicing tire factor. And in timing tag team. So go, there check it out where all of the US in Europe and Australia. So empty and police said, all hate mail to doctor, Michael hall. Just let us put an envelope and set. Ross is he was mentor at the beginning. So that's his fault. Right. So. Okay. Well, thank you so much for being on gas. A everybody'll dare I won't be shuttled tell you guys because you've been listening to this podcast. I think we're up to like two hundred sixty thousand dollars as since we started overall, and we've been.

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"doctor michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

Breaking the Underdog Curse

12:25 min | 1 year ago

"doctor michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

"But so if you think you know who you are, then it makes you short-term feel better. But as we found out at the unplugged when we kind of go around to each person and find out what's the stories they're killing themselves. Many times we say what if that's a lie. What if that's ally like that? You're not good at school or that, you're not a very good chiropractor, or you're not worthy or you're not worth it or you always do this. What if that's ally? And then you just keep reconfirming all the time. So, so the ego is really trying to dig in and find out if that's really the case. And, and we did some funny pattern, interrupts at Dr Nick, Laura. If you're listening to this you'll he has his. Shoulder shrug. So you'll might laugh if you're listening to this, but if you can just find maybe a limiting belief that you've been thinking about. And if you just do something like shrug, your shoulders, or, or, or click chicken or we put like the I think it's called shout where they have that plastic thing that goes in your mouth. So you can't even really talk the whole goal that game is to try and understand when someone's talking in. So we'll, we'll do that with people and try to keep portraying what they're limiting belief is. And it's crashes their record so hard that they, they have a hard time getting into that emotional state is again, that limiting belief will drive an emotion, which drives actions was free confirms that belief. So it becomes a big huge circle. And if we can get in there, and scratch that record. So we don't we don't have those pre-programme ego drives, limiting us from who you truly are a migrate stories is one of our staff. We she came to we went to life vision Montreal. And we brought our staff. They really loved it. And so what we always do in this might be a thing that you might. I wanna do is when they come back from a seminar, we always have them do a twenty minute presentation on what they learned. And one of our staff was quite funny. She she tried to pre frame before. I'm not very good at school. And I didn't do very good in English, and I'm not really good at writing, and, and basically reconfirming this limiting belief she had about herself. And then she proceeded to read out this, this paragraph or pager or suit or ten ten fifteen minutes of information, she learned, which was amazing and some of the stuff she learnable chiropractic bluer mind. And so we were like we said to her after lake K that's a lie. Now, thank goodness you're still young, but imagine if you lived your whole life, believing that lie that you're not good at school or not very good, English, and all the things that you limited in your life would just be total big lie. And and what a waste of time. So so we can really dig a little bit into that Eagle Vale as well. And, and find out like what are your limiting beliefs in are they really true? And if they're not true than less annihilate them. And so find some fun little thing that you can. Due to, to interrupt that pattern and it'll be like, Nicole sent me a message after the weekend and said, I'm clocking less. So I'm like, good job rather. So they'll be enjoying Fiji on fire here in the next week or so. So I hope they have a great time down Fiji. So now's basically what I covered and what I want to do, just for the rest of the just the less little bit of the spike has just kind of go over some of my highlights that I had over the last ninety eight podcasts episodes and, and stay tuned for next week because next week's kind of a fun one because we had our top downloads of the year. So brandy McDonald, my lovely wife, her her. She had the number one downloaded so it's of building long term relationships us the number one podcast. We've had so far episode that the second one is doctor, Michael hall with restoring the curve, and we have a fun in his sounds bad, but it's not a three way conversation with me, and brandy and doctor, Michael hall, which will be drop in next week. So. It'll be fun thing about trying to get our tractors to be healthy because the more we travel around in deal in talk with contractors, the more, we realized we need, we need to be healthy healers, and so and really getting carpenters to be healthier, kind of one of our huge huge goals. Now, the cool thing with the restoring the curse podcast episode is, I think most of the research we wanna three research studies. I think all three of those were physiotherapy research studies done by physiotherapists and they're all talking about Ford head posture, and how it negatively affects the frontal lobe and how it fires up the stress slots. And, and so for chiropractors who just can't get that. I don't understand why they can't get that. But visuals got that. And if, if we're if we're talking about car practic, I think we're probably one of the best ones to help restore posture, and improves spinal function out of any of the professions. So even if we even if our well, we do have researchers that are doing it in all talk about those winds, a little later, but, but we can also borough other people's research. So it doesn't have to Nestle. Carpati research. We know if our factor seldom group posture, we can use all the research, that's out there on how posher improves your overall health or an how a decrease your stress response. So that was doctor hall's episode. And then my buddy, Dr David Fletcher, he's he came in number third downloaded. And this podcast episode was really interesting, especially if you do the substation, and, and heart rate, variability in your office, because this is called heart rate, variability university. And, and we talk about a lot of different things about, what HR V is how to read, HR, V, and one of the biggest things is how having HIV in your practice. Release changes the conversations with your backsta numbers, because we get to have a lot deeper conversations than we ever would without it because we're actually measuring a global stress response, or the global reserves in, in the body. And, and this is such a game changer because it just opens up. The possibility is. I think we've talked about this before where I think doctor hall was the one who I told me about this, which really of really sparked my mind where we have segments public station, which means vertebra not moving properly misaligned interfering with the nervous system like the information fair information to your brain. And then the global civilization is when that nervous system jammed in on that sympathetic dominant state. And in that state, we can't be healthy, right? The body just can't heal. And when you say that tracks members the there's not one person who's ever said that doesn't make sense. They're like, when they say, oh, chiropractor say they can cure everything, if I ever hear that I'll say, well, that easily misunderstood because when your body is in sympathetic stress overload that can cause everything that can cause, just about every disease. I think doctor hall said seven of the top ten killers. Right. Our lifestyle or stress related diseases. Right. And if car practic is one of those things that helps to improve Farrant information to your frontal, lobe brain helped strengthen our frontal lobe improve your posture. India. Decrease the stress response. Yes, some people are going to be looked looks like they're cured from all these different conditions even though it's just the body that's going back into optimum function. And so I said, so it's kiss it easily gets misunderstood as we think we 'cause, you know, cure everything, but the interesting thing is, when you improve function of the human body. He just worked better. So as, as genome would say it's just normal physiology. So there's really nothing to argue about about normal physiology. So check that one thousand and then utter, Mark, Dr Hudson, a he had a really he had the fourth top downloaded episode. And of course, he's the contractor who has started Cairo you're up and, you know, he, he went to school in the states and win over Europe. And now he's, he's created this huge movement. We're honored enough to go to brandy was on enough to speak at Cairo Europe last year. And that was the first time we went to I was like while I've been to twenty Robbins, and that's probably the. Closest closest event to Tony Robbins event. It's just totally love fest, riccar practic that I've been to in the world. And so if you're out there anywhere, and you have a chance to get to Cairo Europe. I strongly suggestive because it's just the it's, it's just awesome, anything like we talked about working with our factors in getting them to heal. You know, just being around a bunch of like minded people just love love, everybody in want everyone to do well, and share awesome stories about how Carfax help people that's the place to go. So make sure Mallaig Spain. And I know they do it twice a year. So just Google carrier net. I'm tria Bill finding formation from that next one is funny. My buddy, Dr earnestly, we had used the most downloaded episode. And that's where we actually had a nice little chat. A drinking scotch just to hear it in my house, and we just talked about, we kind of grew up together in chiropractic and we met at a d. Martini seminar like back in the early two thousands, and that when he was just starring practice. And, you know, we went through our ups and downs of, of learning. And, you know, an and building and growing our practice and losing money from investing in bad investments, and we've just had lots of fun, you know, develop over the years. So that's a really good episode into if Ernest. You're listening to this love you, buddy. And then the six one was again, brandy, she came in and, and at number six and hers was on the leading the conversation. So this kind of, you know, matches up with her first one, which is the building the long term relationships, because she her power is actually creating a really good agreements with ever with everybody. And when you create a really good agreement at close the loop with people, there's less stress, because, you know, everybody knows what's going on. Everybody's on the same page. And this goes with your schools with your staff with, with your see as this goes with, you know, at home in your relationships, because again, if you have a lot of open loose just in. Personal relationships who you are at home as we are at work, right? So it twenty if contractors just, just become more inspired at home, or they are really cool things happen. I haven't had this, but I've, I've heard this her mother factors. They have a child or something else happens in. They're very excited in their life. Just that energy flows right over into their into their life on. And then, of course, this goes along with your practice numbers or patients in, in this is the number one thing, I think, is, we work with so many chiropractors around the world is that uh? This is number one thing that happens is that there's not clear agreements. And when we don't have clear agreements, don't have clear care plans. We don't have clear evaluation times. The proxima member doesn't know what's going on or, or they think they have to keep coming back, and they don't know why or what's going on or the carbohydrate doesn't know if they're gonna come back, and so they're trying to, you know, keep people on a care plan one visited time, which is a I've done that in the past. And that if you wanted like totally burn out your. Greenalls that is the way to do it. So those two are amazing episodes just to really talk about that communication. Component is communication as the only way to get things done. Or to get your vision across by increasing your communication is, that's the only way you can get your ideas and your head to other people. And if you do it in a bad way they don't they don't receive it. So those are massive skills to have. And then just some highlight ones, the I think, back of on the, on the in the last ninety nine episodes in and Dr Wayne Todd was one of those, he again, we talked about heroes, the book synthetic dominance protocols, ST protocols he's from Australia and will end. Get historian, try repeatable five thousand times, the patients that he'd seen were like in their eighties or nineties, and he asks what their secret to their long-term relationship was. And when they went through marriage counselling, when they're younger, they said that it was a older priest at the time he said, the only do two things and he said to the. Wife. He says you need to be proud of him. And then he listened in went over to the, to the wife and said, are sorry when over the husband and said, you need to listen to her. So as men are our biggest challenge is. Sometimes we don't listen, because we're thinking about five hundred other things. So, so this is awesome relationship advice is listened. So she listened and they know you're listening, that's where get and then for women. And then this is like the eighty twenty rule don't get bad if it's like some people are different, but in general, if women are proud of their men that they always feel better because they're like, yeah, I did some good job. And so it's pretty funny because he said he talked to other people who are in bad relationships. He said t- told the same story to them. And so he'd come up to the to the woman and say so.

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"doctor michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

Breaking the Underdog Curse

11:15 min | 1 year ago

"doctor michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

"And then after like ten twelve getting into your teens, you got your got your school in your friends, and after that age if you don't do any personal development or digging deep down into finding who you really are as a human being. Win living our life based off all those programs and, and then we're just kinda running off default program, and so what I said at the unplugged. Australia's us going. We have two options, we can continue to live off just programs that someone else put in us, which are sometimes even just generational. You know, having Dr Phil talks about that, a lot too is. There's generational issues. Just keep going down where if you had a problem with your parents than they had a problem with their parents. They had a problem with their parent or, or something like that, in, and do we want to just kind of continue, the chain of dysfunction, or, or do we want actually get in there and figure out what makes us tick. And what would actually be inspiring for us to do at the end of our life? And what kind of is everybody's different has their own talents and we'll have a different thing that we can leave to the world. But in order fear with that is you gotta know who you are. And if running off other people's programs, it's really hard to find out what your purpose or your talents are so many people are confu-. Used or, or the hit goals or that they think they should hit or, or someone else should set for them or in our practic. It's like numbers or huge, huge thing. Right. Where people say, why should I should be seeing three hundred week or whatever four hundred week and then they hit those numbers and then they just are empty because that's not really. That's not really who they are. But it is good to have those goals at the beginning. But as we, you know, evolve as human than we can actually really find out what, what makes us tick. And that's I think the juice of life. So in his book, he talks about there's three veils that hold us back from actually volving and, and evolving ourselves actually, even becoming aware of who we are as a person. And the I talked about this at the unplugged, but I think it's really important to, to kind of self reflect on us. And so the first one is the genetic veil and the interesting thing about the genetic fail is, is, you know, it's kind of like the instinct in animals like where they just know how to do stuff because it just in genetics. Because they know if they don't do that they will die. And, and as a human being if we go back a hundred years, that's a huge difference like our lifestyle as humans have changed insane in the last hundred years. And then if you go back another hundred years back before that, it wasn't that much different. So like there's been a massive change in our environment is human beings in the last short period of time. And as we know the function of the nervous system is actually, to help us adapt to the environment, and our environment is changing insan- insanely quick. So some of the stuff that we could depend on before for survival actually isn't really going to serve us as much anymore because a lot of those things are looked after. So in the genetic failed, the these are user like kind of our deep down genetic drives. And like, if you are those are like drive for sugar or the dry for sex, or the drive for salt, and these are all kind of things that you actually need. And so if you're back in the settlers as where he came across North American and set up a homestead. You know, there's certain things like if you didn't have sure you a die, we didn't have salt, you. There's all these things if you didn't have sex, you wouldn't have a offspring, and you a die because you, we needed everybody you needed to get more people in the tribe in order to survive, and, and that would be the motivation, that you would need to actually do something right to get out there and make the land, or, or whatever you needed to do your motivation, would be to end up getting that good meal or to, you know, meet that person or, or something like that, in that would be your alternate drive. Because if you didn't fall through that you die and, and nowadays food is abundantly. Available alcohol is abundantly. Available drugs available. I'm Sex's unbelievable. Like all those things that we initially needed to survive. Now can be achieved so easily that the overindulgence of those things will actually they actually hold us back from developing who we are because. They basically become addictions, and any too much of a good thing is not a thing. We know that as carpeting, it's all about that regulation, not enough for too much of something as always bad. So that's the first thing into how we always try to counterbalance. These initial drives is to develop disciplines and an I always knew before. I think might very for scorch Dr Ron overseeing at and we actually talked about that on his interview about that exercise. He said, we will creating a discipline, or it was like thirty days or head to get up. I had to get up at four in the morning and ahead exercise for twenty minutes. And then I had to read inspirational information for claimants and then meditate for twenty minutes into that for three days straight. And if I missed it, add to start all over again. And so I thought that was just a cool thing like oh, that's cool. That's cool to have a discipline. And I didn't really understand the importance of creating a discipline until just recently. And I think that's the whole thing is that if we can create a discipline, we can actually we can actually find out who. We are. And we can also have a little bit more control of the direction that our life goes doctor, Michael hall, which will talking about later to he had an interesting statement saying that when we have a healthy frontal lobe. We, we have the we have the ability to have free will. And in a lot of people think free will is the ability to do whatever you want, and it actually is not that free will an animal has in that in that case, then animal would have free will because they just do whatever they whatever their genetic drive tells them to they just do it. They don't even think about it. Just do it. The ability of free will is actually not doing stuff. And so when you have a strong frontal lobe, you can actually delay gratification, and you can actually decide what you will do what you don't do. Because again, we all know if you only succumb to all your genetic, drives, that's, that's never going to be a bit saying long-term, especially if we want to create a bigger impact on the planet. So whether it's exercise or it's meditation or something like that anything that you can do to create a disciplined helps us to get a little bit more control over that genetic veil so that we don't have those things running our life because if our genetic genetics are running our life than is hard, even to get to the next stage, and the next stage, the next Vale is the social and the social Vale is basically your surroundings. Right. So it's your Easter. It's me, your family. It could be your it could be religion. It could be your schooling. It can be your community. Beer, province can beer state. It can be your country. And if we. Find aliens of there could be our earth because we earthlings. But there's, there's a certain expectation in every social structure that sometime they soc wrong, it can actually prevent you to discover who, who you are as a person. And, and again, we go back two hundred years ago, tuner years ago we needed this. We needed this to survive like you needed to be able to just play along with the community because one of the N, even nowadays, the biggest thing is shame or shunned or not included like that. Some of those can be some of the biggest fears or pains that anyone can never really experience. And, and in the past, if you were in a tribe, and you got shamed or exile, or something, you'd, you'd basically die, you'd be out in the woods by yourself and an us as humans because we didn't have we don't have like you know, big teeth and claws in protective armor that already have that are that we already have we, we need to work together. We have a frontal lobes, we need to work together news or rain. But that, that means we need to work together as groups. So one of the questions we want to ask is who are we hanging around? Right. His they always say, you're you're like the five closest people to your six closest people to you. And, and this is a huge part of the social bail. And, and if those people aren't either in again, I talk about this in the underdog curse, if their control on these are bonds that we have with people are control on they're gonna try to control what you're doing or if they're a guilt on, they'll guilt you into trying to control you to do things. And so we really want to have more of what's called a power bond, and a power bond is more people who, who realize it's not all about them, and they can see the brilliance in you in the mail, call you to task even if it's not to benefit to them, because a lot of people inherently specially if the stress response, they're inherently selfish, so they want the people around them to be able to support them or do the things they wanna do. And in, like I was saying the unplugged, if, if your a lab as, as I call it, my book, the lap personality or name, you will personality your super influenced by environment. And so this one, I had to like, watch like a hawk because because you're just so empathetic and you connect to people so well, that's an amazing talent to have. But the downfall of it is just they can just put so much influence on you. It's huge. And then brandy always reminds me and says, well, you know, the ALPHA's are the drivers they do at CHU is just they express that different ways. So no matter what whoever you hang around makes a big difference in NFC that just brought up a point from a book called peak performance, and they did a study with army units and how these army units function and, and really the, the lower team functioned would be based on the, the lowest common denominator. So if they had, if they had army unit with one week, link it just brought down the whole the whole team. And so they. Oh, said the team was strong as the weakest person. So when you're in your environment, the weakest person or the person that might take away or might be the bad influence. They have the biggest influence on you because it's just it's just the way was just dragged into that area. So it's really we always talk about doing, like, like a circle inventory of who is in your in your environment who's close to you. And really, you know, we don't wanna be rude, and like, you know, cut people out of our life. But some people we might need to spend a little bit less time with or spend time with Amena bigger group or, you know, or just or, or even just focusing on who we want to spend more time with, because again, we wanna be just some people are going to be moving away from people in some people are going to be moving towards. And if we actually spent more time, either doing the things we want or, or, or with the people that we want to spend time with it just fills up your times, obviously, just ends up leaving less time for those. So that's, that's the first year than the third Bill is basically the Eagle Vale and the Eagle Vale is, is kind of interesting because, as Twitter, always says, one of the biggest drives is a human is to reconfirm who you think you are because that's that gives you enough certainty to lease feel some confidence in life. But so if you think you know who you are, then it makes you short-term feel better. But as we found out at the unplugged when we kind of go around to each person and find out what's the stories.

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"doctor michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

Breaking the Underdog Curse

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"doctor michael hall" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

"Welcome to breaking the underdog curse for chiropractors. I'm your host. Dr. Dawn McDonald, author of the bestselling book, the underdog curse. We give vita Listrik carb Rackers a chance to learn from the best around the world, discovering how they overcame their challenges and achieve success in order for chiropractic to thrive in must have thriving chiropractors. Now, listen up. It's time to crush the curse. Hello podcast listeners. I just wanted to give you pre warning for this episode. This doctor, Michael hall. We're gonna get into some science into some new research has come out two thousand eighteen. So you might want to get a pen and paper for this one. You might also want to go to WWW dot Dr. Dawn McDonald dot com. And just look at the show notes so that you can come back and review because we're gonna be covering some amazing stuff. So I just wanted to get your heads up. So let's get started. Hello, everybody and welcome to another episode of breaking the underdog curse for by listed car proctors. This is your host Dr Don McDonnell and I get to bring back one of my mentor 's we, I've been doing a lot of my coaches and now this is one of my mentors. We already had him on earlier on news probably back earlier on in the podcast series, but I wanted to get my my main man doctor Michael hall back on the podcast, welcome to the podcast, my man, thank you very much. Don proud to be earned a have to be part of things. That's awesome. So if all of the. The out there who maybe just started listening to the podcast more recently doctor, Michael hall is my. He's like my us like my my go-to man. If I'm like stuck with something because he's he's like brains. I've had them up to Evanson. We probably had put on private, ten or twelve, or I think even more seminars with him and brought him to Edmonton. We brought him to to Tronto. We've just worked together with him and he's really helped to shape love the stuff I do crackers. So I'm super excited to share this conversation with everybody. Dance grits, fear news voice in a very welcoming crowd. So it's it's grouchy to share on a good information in hopefully life changing for our patients. That's gonna be awesome. AM. The nice thing about this podcasts were all over the world, right? So there's everybody from down under to the UK to to the United States in all that stuff so. So I want to just start off with because we always have this bud buzzword in heraldic is, you know you have to be a vital list to chiropractor or you have to, or you are an evidence based car Proctor, and and I want to get your opinion on, why do you have to be one or the other and what? What are your thoughts on that? That drives me crazy that we could be here for few days, but here's a couple of things they go to to work on. As you know, in a large part, we want to know that what we're doing is real and it's been researched if you will, and defined and so forth as a chiropractor, we understand it went. Joint doesn't move properly. I summit saved. Then there's an alteration function now, what is that sunk visit a change in muscle. Is it changing? What slow? Is it a change in brain function and what we've done now through years we've done more and more research on the effects of substation. And now we have researched ended the adjustment now also fast. Slow affects muscle, affects imaging, changes in the brain, also ex the brain. So now we're in a real issuing part of of healthcare because for the most part on, here's the facts, healthcare worldwide is failing the people that's the big deal about similar gain, sicker congest cardiovascular disease is the number one killer man world wide, especially hypertension, hypertension of which night sent is considered to be non pathological and preventable the what what is going to do. And so we're in a big pickle because people were getting more diabetes. More strokes, more heart attacks were failing. The people were on worldwide basis. So something has to give what happens is we start kind of funny figures each other. Well, when I do is better than what you do, blah, blah, blah acts are we're off failing miserably until we get a message together and the facts large. When you're spies in alignment, your brain functions better in your health is better in. That's the simple facts in support today. Time is just huge thing on the science of happiness. It should be in every chiropractors office, but not just a chiropractor every healthcare provider. So we've got it realizes that it's really not about research because research in his show is very slog. In other words, if I'm gonna take care of patient, I gotta take care of all the baggage in luggage comes along with that. Patient face has got a background Liebau task again, future. They've got a day. It can't be. Here's the research about their spines on t four, it's about the United. And if we look at basic communication, if you read a market research on communication. Most

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"doctor michael hall" Discussed on KXL 101 FM News

KXL 101 FM News

02:21 min | 4 years ago

"doctor michael hall" Discussed on KXL 101 FM News

"Just the way that you explain that i do you're so oh thank you thank doing and stay tuned is really go i mean it eighteen forty three and when you don't dickens was actually and he was saddened because you see a lot of children dying they actually wrote a for them and he was hoping that he could you know i'd some of the people when give up the money for the children would learn from the story but you don't have to be i'm eyes you don't have to be a jerk you don't have to read this is screwed was shown his passes present and the foreboding future worried be dying and they put him in a pop was great you know we held on all this money in for what but what you know and that was the charles dickens today as the bell centre no un pro notion time in crown a logical order and all that stuff i found he really cool but i wanted to share with you because they just seems it you know i write stories like this and when i talk about things like this it all falls together second most air can in his time you have something to it it it makes is beautiful piece of art because i was ready about dickens in thinking about time traveling quantum fall should be in how this could all explain friday's magical events happen in our lives there's something that is so been presented the by some very well known professor isn't scientists it's called many interrupting worlds theory and this many interrupting weren't worlds theory talks about stuff that science fiction movies are made up many interrupting worlds theory was offered by professor howard weiss men from griffith university center for quantum dynamics doctor michael hall also pretty griffith university center of quantum dynamics and the doctor jerk i'm very decker too from the university of california the theory claims that are universe is only won among many that exist that we all her this before but interestingly he's multi vs exists on the same space on the same time wine and occasionally interact when they bump into each other now i discover this after i i have a discussion with everybody and so for some reason we had a dramatic experience the trust of similar.

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