17 Burst results for "Doctor Shiva"

"doctor shiva" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

03:56 min | 5 months ago

"doctor shiva" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Are there any questions before we proceed? I have one question, doctor Frankenstein. That's Frankenstein. I beg your pardon? My name, it's pronounced Frankenstein, but aren't you the grandson of the famous doctor Victor Frankenstein, who went into graveyards, dug up freshly buried corpses and transformed dead components into yes. Yes. Yes. We all know what he did. But I'd rather be remembered for my own small contributions to science. And not because of my accidental relationship to a famous cookware. Gene Wilder, of course, in Mel Brooks young Frankenstein, it was the new Doctor Strange that inspired the latest film spotting poll question, which asked in all seriousness. What is your favorite film about a movie doctor that isn't really about them being a doctor? It's the hard hitting questions that everyone tunes in for Josh. Didn't they do a segment on that on broadcast news? I think. Your options were 1930 5s bride of Frankenstein. 1930 5s captain blood been a while since we've had two 1935 options in a poll question. How about jumping up to 1216? Doctor Strange Benedict Cumberbatch as doctor Steven strange, of course, or doctor Shiva, starring Omar Sharif. What about Tom Cruise as doctor Bill harford in eyes wide shut from Stanley Kubrick or doctor Richard Kimball? Harrison Ford in the fugitive finally, you could pick Gene Wilder as Frederick, Frankenstein from young Frankenstein, Josh, how did it play out? Well, in last place is Sam's beloved captain blood. You know what, though, Sam, your work here is done. You brought more attention to captain blood, which I wholeheartedly agree it needs. So even though it was in last place, that's okay. 3% of the vote there actually packed up pretty tightly here at the bottom. 4% of the vote for Doctor Strange, 5% for doctor zhivago and 6% for bride of Frankenstein, a little tighter with the top three. With 21% of the vote, eyes wide shut, second place goes to the fugitive with 27%, but that means young Frankenstein did win it with 33% of the vote. A third of the vote not to shabby Marco says, I pick young Frankenstein simply because it is one of my all time faves, a comedy classic that stands up to infinite rewatches. But then I started thinking, isn't Gene Wilder's character, an actual doctor? I mean, he does give extremely erudite lectures to medical students, not to mention his groundbreaking work in reanimating corpses. Another flawed film spotting pull. Oh, I think that ship has sailed. I think we've acknowledged many a time how deeply flawed this question is. More questions here from Maddie Rosen, hate two man. But both Frankenstein movies are literally about the life restoring medical research of their protagonists. I voted eyes wide shut. In addition to it being a great film, doctor harford's journey of sexual conquest in which he never actually has any sex, mirrors the question quite nicely. Okay, here's Andy Buchanan from Kansas City. Since the rules, unfortunately, prevent me from voting for the doctor J starring the fish that saved Pittsburgh, the definitive movie about the crossroads of basketball in astrology with the fugitive as my favorite movie of this bunch. We're gonna do that top 5 at some point. The top 5 movies at the crossroads of basketball and astrology. I'm not sure I can't wait for performance by an actor whose choices and what could be forgettable line readings elevate a movie more than Tommy Lee Jones here. I don't care. Shouldn't be so memorable and Andy to your point, even just a minute ago, maybe people couldn't detect my Tommy Lee Jones impression, but I was saying, doctor Richard Kimball, the same way he does, 'cause there's something about Tommy Lee Jones giving a good line reading.

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"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

05:58 min | 5 months ago

"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"Grain of salt that maybe a little bit, but the two efforts prior to that were very, very good. And one of them was at a $700 $700 raise. It's the end of my week. Be nice. $700,000 race. And regal glory, of course, won the Pegasus turf and did so. Affiliate mayor turf and did so and very fine fashion had got gay to wire the matriarch so versatile, talented and yeah, they got a couple really good ones. Never acted over for George Arnold shows up here, won the valley view a couple starts back at keenland that was the only career when it came to this one. And then lady spike spear, who didn't do a lot of running in the hillsborough here at Tampa. If you remember, that was Tampa Derby day and then we got a ton of rain early on. And I believe, in fact, I'm almost positive. I'm not going to look it up, but 98% sure. The hillsborough was the first turf race that day. They had it labeled good. The way bleaker street came running and rocky sky camera, like I thought, Gladys was the early one of the early pace that she kind of stayed on. But I thought it was a race that seemed to favor an off the pace flow and an inside flow and this horse was on the rail, though, so. I don't know, a little bit of a little bit of a mysterious race there from lady spiders. I don't think she's going to be as good as the chads, but when she runs her race, she's decidedly very solid for this kind of level. Edward Vaughn has a horse who came up to woodbine and ran behind them, moved to makina in the EP Taylor last time was fourth been off since then. For Jack's sisterson. It's just a maiden winner. So I mean, it's very much looks like a strong, I think a lot of people are going to go Chad Chad or pick one or the other chads. In there, that would be my guess. The giant causeway always a fun race 5 and a half furlongs. Now it was Giant's Causeway was he a turf sprinter? I feel like I remember him running on the main track dirt in the classic. But I don't remember him being a 5 and a half turf her. Every once in a while, you run into names that are peculiar for, you know, like secretary, it's big race is a turf race for three years. Now he ran on turf. He was pretty good on turf. But still, like that doesn't that seem a little weird? Like that, you know, one of the greatest dirt horses ever. It doesn't have a dirt race. But he's got a turf race. Campanello for Wesley warden, Wesley for his cold as his three year olds have been, or two year olds rather, he still off to a good start at keenly, he's got three wins already golden Powell, of course, one of those. But it comes out of this horse comes out of a race of Keenan last year finishing third behind a few in this race change of control and ambassador Luna. Change of control of course, the Michelle level runner who went up to woodbine a couple times last year was down a fairgrounds this winter ran got beat by LZ, who's also in this race. There's a lot of common opponents in this race. And so changing control of the last time, though, is a little bit of a toss. It was a bad start, and this is just a horse that wants to be a little bit closer up. And so I got to think that a better start, the mid pack draw I kind of like for this one, but their speed right to is outside too with jouster. Gesture is like a Scott speed for a sprint, but he's such a rout speed type, right? I feel like turf sprint speed and route, TERF speeder. Big time different ball games. And there's some other early speed types in here. But man, it's a competitive group. LZ who's a speed type drew on the far outside, so she's going to have to get over for Chris Hartman, who's just been on a I don't want to say he's been on a tear anymore. 24% trainer for like the last year and a half. You just winning a lot. This horse is a wind machine for Bette rich get Mitch. What's Ed say bet Mitch get rich? It's like he had a big line, but anyways, fun day out of keelan, the count fleet sprint, which I thought that was the one that they changed the name for for whitmore, but maybe I was wrong on that. But we see the return of Jackie's warrior. 6 to 5 on the morning line, but bob's edge who was the winner of the whitmore last time out from last to first that huge move down The Crown of the track and comes into the race and just incredible form for Larry Jones. But he's going to have to run down Jackie's work. Now, empire of golds in here who's got some good early speed, but other than that. I mean, mojo man went to wire last time out so he's capable of showing other people but his style generally is not been. You know, go to the front. I love that mojo man ran in the send in an army stakes. In fact, he won it at Indiana. Shout out game. Maybe a little hunch play for Gabe but the fellas. But you know, Jackie's warrior fresh and you know, obviously, didn't go on with it in the breeders cup sprint. It was a race that doctor Shiva wasn't that far off aloha west was, and so but following C was close up battling. So I don't know. I think it was just kind of the end of the meat it was going over to del mar. I think there was a few reasons why Jackie's warrior wasn't maybe a 100% sharp that day, but he's making his four year old debut, there's, to me, depending on the price, there's plenty of reasons to go against him, but there's plenty of reasons to like him too, so it's a little bit of a weird situation. Yeah, I don't know. I'm curious to see how much they bet him versus Bob Saget because bob's edge is certainly has some recency on Jackie's worry. He's had starts this year where Jackie's warrior has not. They're both for you. Obviously they had very different three year old campaigns, but yeah, bob's edge is a super, super solid informed bridge right now, and Jackie's work like I said, there's just, I mean, there is there is. There are question marks. But, you know, on his best day, clearly he's one that's tough to handle. Steve aspirin obviously can do pretty good work with some sprinters..

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"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

03:42 min | 6 months ago

"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"It was 5th in the top of my head there, really sneaking up, you know, beating a couple of those very, very tough American runners in there too. So yeah, no, I definitely feel like this interest stable would definitely I would not be opposed to them grabbing a win here on the night. Okay. So he's been racing in Argentina, but so some of them have been prepping here, the majority, the ones that they wanted to bring over here. They've been here for quite a bit now. But in general, they've all started out in Uruguay and they came over with kind of like a whole contingent. Plus, because Uruguay's were in Brazil, came from an investor was absolute machine of a horse. It took not only the classic, but also the Dubai World Cup as well. So Irwin's got to be on the short list. Maybe I'm going to flip flop and dump combination. Let's briefly talk about the Dubai golden shaheen on the dirt over 6 furlongs. What are your thoughts? I mean, this is, of course, a race that the Americans have dominated over the last more than a decade or so. This is the race that the majority of American trainers grab their good, they're good stateside sprinter says, let's get cracking here. Of course, it might your biscuits 2017, 2018 back to back wins and last year's end and was American trained as well. Bob offered had a host window it's been a race that definitely seems well suited towards the American speed. So hence we have a couple of American speedsters in here trying to get the victory for them here today. I find this race quite a tough one to figure out who do I really want to go with in terms of the American runners, Mark lad doctor Shiva, of course doctor Shiva, cheers, doctor Shiva, sorry. I keep saying that wrong with chivalry. Just got bested by a lower west in the British cup dirt sprint that was a tremendous performance triple digit buyer. I came off that sentinel sprint championship before that last race was in the grade one. Malibu now, look, obviously didn't turn up. They're either had a bad day or the fact is he ran into flight line, which is going to be perhaps the best horse in the United States. So either just want to give him a pass, but the only thing is, is doctor Shiva gonna enjoy going overseas first time he hasn't traveled before a more cloud doesn't travel with that often either. So it's of course when it comes to these dirt sprinters, everything has to go right. Yeah. Everything has to be done to perfection. So perhaps that's maybe the drawback with doctor Shiva housing going to come into here and has he taken well to traveling. Now, I did hear positive reports that one direct Craig is doing really well for trying to Brittany Russell. He gave her her first graded stakes victory, actually won the defense's dash, but got TQ. Just a solid individual. And of course Brianna Russ, her first time traveling over, so that's a tricky one. But their reports are very, very happy with how he's doing. He's a very, you know, sort of bulky, fast horse, early tends to take over his races and just run everyone into the ground, basically. I think he's going to try and do that again here as well. I think his number is 13, but he's drawn towards the outside, which I don't really mind for him to be honest. I think that allows him to kind of look in and make that move. I think drawn in 11 by the looks of it because it's also a bit confusing right when the numbers are not the stalls. I always have to kind of go, okay, hold on. Laura king and I were talking about this on Twitter the other day. I was like, yeah, just change that. Stop, stop, change it to just being stolen numbers..

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"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

05:12 min | 9 months ago

"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Three. Well, first of all, they do not have one to three. So one to two. Okay, if they have one to three, then you know something more than I do as far as the tote system Southern California. Okay. One to two. I agree with everything you said. By the way, it's intriguing here that flavian Pratt has the regular writer for doctor Shiva flight line and triple tap. He's the only he's the only writer that flight line or triple tap have seen. And he's been on doctor shibe, each of his last 5 starts. So as Mel Brooks said in history of the world, it's good to be the king. And that's where flavian Pratt is right now in Southern California. He chooses flight line. I can't blame him for choosing flight line. I guess if you're going to take a negative look at flight line, like reasons to not like him. Well, he is facing tougher company for the first time. He's also running without Lasix for the first time. Whereas doctor Schiff has been running regularly without Lasix, and I don't think triple tap has ever raced with Lasix. So flight line is going to have to try to do it without the medication Lasix for the first time. If you don't think that's an issue, I don't think you can lose. My honest opinion is, this is the best three year old in the country. I'm not saying he can beat a central quality going a mile in an 8th of a mile in a quarter, or he could have beaten Medina Spirit in The Kentucky Derby or whatever. I think this horse is the fastest three year old in the country. All of those other ones, whether you're a hot rod, Charlie fan, a central quality fan, Medina Spirit, life is good. This horse is faster. I think both of his races are faster than any of the other three year olds have ever run. And I think it's better than any of these horses can run. The other thing that I think he has going for him is he's got another pretty good post. He's drawn near the outside, the two horses directly outside of him team merchants and triple tap. I don't think are nearly as fast as him early on. So he's either going to be on the lead or stalking from the outside again, so he should have a trouble free trip. I agree with you. I think one to two is about as high as it could possibly get for flight line. He's going to open up at one to 9 one to 5 once again. Listen, if you want to beat him, if you like doctor Shiva or you like triple tap you like any of these other ones, you're going to get a better price than whatever the morning line says. Doctor Shiva will most likely be higher than 5 to two at post time. Everything is going to go on flight line. He's the headliner in this spot. And I think he's going to continue on his winning ways. I like him just like you do, Dave, in the grade one Malibu race ten on the Sunday card. Really interested in just watching him run, and seeing how good he is. Final race that we're going to look at, the grade one American oaks, $300,000 on the line for the three year old Phillies. They go a mile and a quarter on the turf field of 11. We heard in the rejoin going global winning the grade one del mar oaks boy going global has done almost nothing wrong since arriving in this country. She has won 7 a rather 6 of her 7 starts since arriving in Southern California and she will be favored once again. Yeah, a deserving favorite and probably the most likely winner. Just love Santa Anita four for the track. Beat older last time, including a couple pretty good ones in Zohu and princess grace. And every race is a good one. You're getting that a effort, maybe a minus effort every time a repeat of last time out is going to put going global in the winter circle. If she backs up just a little bit though, this is a pretty good race. I think Chad brown's fluffy socks on the rail is possible coming off a win in the grade two sands point at Belmont park had a pretty good summer in New York running second in a grade three race at Saratoga, faced some good ones in a grade three at Belmont and was third in a grade one to go in global and closing remarks at del mar in August. There's a terrific price of the morning line is to believed with number four nicest 8 to one for the daughter of American pharaoh, who I'm just not gonna knock ran into a couple of really good horses in a grade one at chemo to in October and came back last time faced older and was third and 5 horse field, but only missed by a half length against pretty good horses in a grade three at del mar. I will be using all three of those. I think going global is the most likely winner. I'll probably end up betting nicest. Okay, so you like going global, but you also like nicest in the race. I went to the inside and the Chad Brown trainee fluffy socks like the inside post. Yes, she was beaten by going global two starts back in that del mar oaks, but only beaten by about a length and a half that day. I like the post position for her. And I think those are the two that are the likeliest of winners I would use both of them fluffy socks and glowing global. But for the price I'm going to put fluffy socks on top. All 14 races in the books. It's time now.

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"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

03:34 min | 10 months ago

"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"Just Jason shows. Schedule. But during the holidays, I don't like to book too many guess because like I said, but Wally ran into him talk to him and he was like, yeah, I'd love to do it. And he got a book out. Trying to sell a book. So we'll do that. But quick little talk about the Malibu, which was entered, which was drawn. I should say, and a field of 7. And as I said, I was kind of going through there like, oh, baby Yoda oh, time was about it. What's the one on the mountain your sprint? Okay, stiletto boy at then I got to doctor Shiva, who I have maintained. I think it's just a monster. And he was my best opinion on the breeders cup, strongest opinion, and do you guys know the rest? Just got snatched right at the wire. So I see his name and then I had forgotten the flight line showing up at flight line is drawn right outside of doctor shy. Now flight line, obviously, at least in his first couple races has been a little speedier on the doctor travel. But doctor shy was pretty quick too, right? Like he can go sub 22 if he needs to. And so I'm really curious how this race is going to play out because you have, in my opinion, one of the best. I mean, everybody's opinion what you have to say, doctor shy was one of the best sprinters in the country at this point. One the Bing Crosby, won the sandiest print in a walk. I know there was that weird equipment rain thing. And then he should have won the briefcase. Caught late. He's indisputably one of the best sprinters in the country. And when the del mar for charity last year and he's against he's running against one of the most hyped horses that I can remember, like legit, no joke. Flight line at this point. I mean, he was big height before the first win, he was off for a little while there he came back. He was, he got a one 17 bris number for that effort. Like that's just bonkers. And it's an optional claiming group. So we got to take what is, but the workouts and the hype are real for this horse and we are going to I think we're going to see a showdown. And maybe flight line just buries him. Who knows? I think doctor Shia was amazing, but on numbers numbers, I mean, one 17 makes doctor shivu look like me running against Usain Bolt. Maybe not that dramatic, but you know you get the idea. So really curious, first, curious what John white's going to do with the morning line. I would think flight line is favored, right? Based off the hype based off every $1 million yearling. Verona's racing in West Point. All the big names are there. But he's also running against the multiple grade one winner who almost just won the British cap sprint. So I gotta take flight lines favored clear second choice. And then after that, like is it, is it baby Yoda that's third choice? Triple taps probably gotta be up there too, right? It's funny because I feel like in a normal year triple tap is probably pretty well regarded in this race and he'll be rolling this race, but he's got the perfect resume so far. Johnny V's into ride. John, if he was riding at a Gulfstream the other day, that was kind of cool to get to see him, but obviously he's going to be based out in Southern California and this is why, to ride horses like triple tap for baffert. Very much looking forward to that and as I said, we'll talk a lot about those races coming up this weekend. Fun opening day card at sandy. It's one of the best traditions in racing in my opinion, the opening day, sandy a card, the day after Christmas. We will wrap up this edition of the program. Big thanks to you guys for joining us, looking forward to talking to Wally Hennessey tomorrow and we'll have some other racing talk as well. Of course. And we will see you guys back tomorrow. Everybody have a great rest of your Tuesday..

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"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

05:02 min | 11 months ago

"doctor shiva" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"My shudder cam rant for doctor scheifele, but it came into play here and I felt like we all knew the result a little bit better because of what we learned in the doctor shivu, you know, versus aloha west replay. But the delmar replay in the delmar pan camera in general is a little bit before the wire. In fact, it's I would argue a little ways before the wire. And so you always kind of have to favor the inside a little bit because there's even this race, it looked watching it live like the ten one pretty clearly and then you see that lower angle came and it actually looks like the 11 one and then the result come up and the ten one and it's kind of similar to exactly what happened in the sprint in terms of again live. I thought aloha west got up and then I saw the thing and I thought, well, doctor Shiva won. This is the greatest day of my life because I told everybody he was going to win. And then they put a blow I asked. You know, so like I said, I'll save that. Tomorrow will probably be rant day. Today is going to be just a recap these few races day, but a huge upset. You know, again, I talked about this last week. Like, I'm never, you know, I don't follow the racing in Japan. I'm never going to know I'm going to have to rely on friends and that follow that racing to talk about in fact, I'd say my two best European opinions were based on what Friends said because I didn't know. But this was obviously a huge upset with martial Lorraine for the Japanese connections, at least a trainer in racing. Murphy coming over to ride this one and a huge ten short of 50 to one end up paying one on one 80. And wins by nos over Dunbar wrote. I mean, the pace obviously completely bonkers, 21 and four, 44 and four, yes, the course was fast, but 21 and four with not only 21 four, but private mission kind of, you know, the truth and she dares the devil right on her heels. And as time goes by kind of found, I thought a pretty good spot, but I mean, this was like the definition of a fall apart race, right? Like the horses who were one, two, three, four, 5, 6 early, finished in the back 6 spots. And the horses who were 8th 9th or 7th 8th 9th tenth 11th all finished first through 5th. It was a true fall apart race. It did seem that the horses who got a little bit of a jump on Claire and royal flag benefited, but it was such a close scramble. They all had their chance in mid stretch, and they were fanned so far across the track. You know, when it's two horses battling, you really get a good perception of the depth of who's in front who's not. But when they're spread out and they're 5 deep, it was like, you really had a rooting interest. If you had clear air royal flag mallet Dunbar road or Marshall rain. Obviously, more people had Mali thought in the next most ad royal flag and so on. But just a mad scramble and again, I thought Dunbar rode it when I saw the replay, the shutter camp, but Mars Lorraine, with the upset, I think Chad Brown was quoted afterwards saying one of the toughest beats he's ever had, obviously, you know, it's a major major race. It's a horse he's had for quite a while. It's a dirt race, which I don't, I don't think those mean anymore to him, then the turf races, but I'm sure, you know, he likes to have a diverse resume and this certainly would have added to that. His dirt resume is fine. I still, you know, I know he's great at turf. I think he's very good at dirt. I think it's just the greatness on turf sometimes overshadows that. But yeah, this was wild. It was so wild. You're exactly came back $513, 49 to one over 12 to one. You're a 50 cent trifecta $2000. Time super 2200. Man. Big, big upset, a huge separator in all the late bets. You know, because you're talking about, we had some favorites in this late sequences. You know, in the mile, I kept calling space blue spaceballs. The movie. But, you know, you had that was the favorite. Form for, right? And your beer was certainly not a long shot Knicks go was certainly not a long shot. But with that 50 to one in there, your late pick four pays 4400. Obviously, a tough force to get and from an odd standpoint, but also I think so many people betting on it just not entirely familiar with the horse as we are with Dunbar road in Mali thought, clear who we've seen here domestically. Throughout the year. And yeah, big win for a martial rain. Well, why don't we wrap that up here? Like I said, we'll talk a lot of breeders kept throughout the week. I haven't decided if we'll do any guests or not. I'm hoping to do at least one guest throughout the week, just to kind of mix things up. But with traveling and all that doing the jury and stuff is not going to happen this week, but we'll, you know, we'll get you all squared away. We'll talk a lot of breeders cup fun. Really appreciate you guys tuning in. Hope you had a good breeder's cup and we'll talk more about it tomorrow. Everybody have a great rest of your Monday..

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"doctor shiva" Discussed on Relationship Advice

Relationship Advice

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"doctor shiva" Discussed on Relationship Advice

"Chase for having me. And I've loved just being able to talk with you today. So you can find me on Instagram that is main platform that I'm on. I tad doctor Shiva or through my website, doctor Shiva Sara dot com. If you're interested in therapy or code chain or just learning more about self confidence and wellness, and then what I would leave you with is, you know, we talked about a lot. Today, and so, as we've already said, this is easier, something done, but not allowing all of this to overwhelm you and really seeing it as is there one thing that I can start intentionally focusing on today, either related to my self confidence or my relationships. And identifying just one small stuff you can take. So if it's around your confidence, what is one small thing that you can do today? If it's around your relationships, what is one small skill that maybe you can start practicing and starting from there and recognizing that it takes time and you will you will get there with time and just the patients and the passion with yourself. Well, our listeners can find all the links in your website at ido podcast dot com and in the show notes and thanks again for coming on the show. Thank you so much. Take care everyone. Thank you guys so much for tuning into today's episode. As always, all the links to the guest as well as any of their recommendations will be in the show notes page. You can find the link to that in the episode description or by going to I do podcast dot com. Click on the podcast tab up at the top and you will have access to all the episodes that we've ever done. There are over 300 of them. And while you're on our website, if you haven't checked out our free 14 day happy couple challenge, we really hope you do. It's a free email challenge that we send to you. It's 14 days of fun, easy, doable challenges to help strengthen and improve your relationship. And if you're looking for something that provides a little more help with working on your relationship, whether it's improving intimacy or communication with your partner or just bringing the spark back. We would love for you guys to check out our online course, spark, my relationship, we're offering a $100 off to all of our listeners if you go to spark my relationship dot com slash unlock. We've worked with over 15 psychologists and therapists to create the real life tools and strategies that they are teaching their clients. So we wanted to give them to you. It's a self paced online course that can be done in as little as a month or up to three months. You can really decide how much or how little you want to do with your partner. Or maybe just yourself. So we hope you guys check that out. It's a spark, my relationship dot com,.

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"doctor shiva" Discussed on Relationship Advice

Relationship Advice

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"doctor shiva" Discussed on Relationship Advice

"Shape in a way that we would never respond to other people. And usually there are ways that aren't ultimately accurate. So we're seeing things to ourselves that are more extreme that are that are not accurate or indicative of the specific situations that we're in. There are just incredibly more critical or negative. And so in that time, I typically ask individuals to really spend the time and start to question those thoughts. Challenge those thoughts really scrutinize the thoughts before you believe that. So oftentimes what ends up happening is when we don't question our thoughts and maybe, you know, if you're listening, maybe you've never done that, right? Maybe you've just believed the thoughts that you've had. And that is usually what happened when we don't pause the question. I'm usually we treat our thoughts as facts. And we just believe them to be true. And so by questioning them, you're really looking to see, is this thought a thought, but I'm having or is this a fast? Is this a 100% true? So I'll give you an example. Because I recognize it may feel a little abstract. But let's say I'm working on myself confidence and I thought that comes up for me when I'm being evaluated or I'm in a new situation is I'm not qualified. I'm not qualified to be on this podcast interview. I'm not qualified to be applying for this job. And so asking yourself about moments, probably letting yourself go with that thought and then maybe experience other emotions, such as anxiety or sadness and then responding in a way that doesn't serve you. Asking yourself in that moment, okay, is this a thought or is this a fact? Is it a fact that I'm not qualified? And what evidence do I have? What evidence do I have that I'm not qualified? What evidence do I have that I am qualified? So when I ask my clients and even for myself, when you ask yourself what evidence in your looking for the evidence, I usually tell people imagine that you are in the court of law. And the judge asks you, Shiva, what evidence do you have that you're not qualified? I can't in that moment say, well, I feel this way, right? Because my feelings are valid, but they're also subjective. I can't say, I think that I think of myself as not being qualified. I have to give tangible evidence. Things that both you and I would see as being evidence and facts. So maybe it's, I haven't gotten that experience in this area. So I've never maybe done an interview. Or maybe if we're thinking about the other side, maybe it's the positive evidence could be I've gone through graduate training in this specific area, right? It's identifying that for yourself. In addition to the evidence, I think another part of really self confidence work is I would say I'll share two more things. I think is allowing yourself to, you know, allowing yourself an intentionally speaking your strengths. So things that you do well at things that are part of your inherent strengths, who you are as a person. And spending time in every day, maybe identifying two to three strengths, things that you have to offer or things that have gone well for you. And I think that's important because a lot of times when we're thinking of improving ourselves confidence, we are usually focusing on all the negatives, right? All the areas that we want to change. And I typically tell people we can't improve ourselves confidence that they're only thinking about all their negatives, right? How can we improve our self confidence if we're not accurately even viewing ourselves? So awkwardly viewing what we have to offer strength. So we do well at. And then maybe also viewing our areas of growth. And so to be able to make changes we need to be able to view ourselves accurately. And more objectively. And then I think the other part of this is also just practicing self compassion. So I know many people are probably familiar with self compassion work, but I think it is incredibly helpful, especially when you're focusing on yourself confidence of really asking yourself in this moment when I don't feel qualified or have this thought or I'm feeling anxious, whatever it may be. How would I respond rather than responding critically to myself, how would I respond to a friend in a similar situation? Ritual loved one, or to my child or whoever may be, and how can I learn? How can I offer those same statements, those same ways that I would respond to them to myself and the song? So how can I treat myself like I would have from? As I mentioned, a lot of times we respond incredibly more critically than we would respond to anyone else. And by taking that time to really identify how we would respond to someone else, that's not only going to help us and feeling better, but it's also a more accurate response. We're giving ourselves the support that we deserve based on that circumstance. So we're not allowing our emotions or past histories to dictate how we're going to respond to ourselves. We're responding based on how we would normally respond objectively by. I know that was a lot of that I included there, but I do think that there's different ways to really focus on yourself confidence. But I would say for anyone listening from wanting to start, I think starting with just your thoughts and really paying attention to them. One other thing that shared cases when we're also thinking about our thoughts, a lot of times I'll hear from clients. Will Shiva. I feel like I need to be hard on myself. Because then I'm going to become content that I'm not going to push myself. And if that is the belief that's coming up for you, I would encourage you to really take inventory and try to ask yourself, you know, what is the real impact of this belief? Is it actually helping me to become more qualified or more confident or whatever maybe? And also recognizing that with the research supports is that when we when we treat ourselves with more compassion when we're more kind to ourselves, when we treat ourselves ultimately more accurately, view ourselves not holistically, we're actually able to be more resilient to go after those things that we're wanting to go after. So it really does help with confidence. And so recognizing that it's not as a belief that's setting in the way you really want to even think about challenging that belief in the function that you've associated with self criticism. Just because we think something doesn't mean it's true and doctor Shiva, you've given us in our listeners so much great information, things to think about today really appreciate it. Before we wrap up, can you tell our listeners where they can find you online? And if there's anything you want to leave them with or maybe that we skipped over and then we'll say goodbye. Thank you so much,.

"doctor shiva" Discussed on Relationship Advice

Relationship Advice

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"doctor shiva" Discussed on Relationship Advice

"Same. Hi guys, hope you're having a great day, thanks for tuning in. Got a great show for you today where we welcome doctor Shiva azar, doctor Shiva is a licensed clinical.

"doctor shiva" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"doctor shiva" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"That we could finish that bill, and it never happened. So I've been working as much as I can since March, right at went to no avail. So I don't have a lot of hope that I could tell you don't either, but I'm going to try and the next 48 hours to see what we can get. It's not that you know, gives many of us as we can. We'll find the letter will send it off. You know, considering about it. This is a state. Rep. Kelly Townsend, who is now is going to be a senator come next month. On knsd Am 7 90 State Senator. So you had nine of you up on that panel yesterday. I'm assuming there were other Republicans not up on that panel. That table that were in the audience watching weren't there. Absolutely. There was many who wanted to be, and we're very upset that they couldn't be because they wanted to represent their constituents. We, you know. Mark Fincham did a phenomenal job. Brett Roberts did a phenomenal job and I know that there was so many out there. You know, we had won't Blackman in the off in the audience. We had Judy Burgess and Wendy Rogers and Kevin Pain and on and Anthony Kern and I'm sure I'm gonna forget some of them. But they were there and there was. I'm sure some watching on zoom so you can't just look at the ones who are vocal. There are other legislators they're ready to represent. And I'm I'm looking forward to sending that letter. It has to happen, but just know I'm gonna do everything. I can t o put a foundation underneath it That says I can't You have a lot of people a lot of people that were there. I mean, I'm assuming. Listen, I know you say you want You want to see the evidence, and I guess here's the thing like you. You got Mean witness witnesses, and I'm assuming like Linda Brickman right again. They may I keep going back to America by county GOP chairman She signed an affidavit right? Ah, sworn affidavit. I'm assuming Yeah. Don't you want people to go to prison, though? When we get the evidence? That's what's gonna say I agree, but But first before they go to prison, I want Trump to still be in the White house. I know, I know. So it's It's a two pronged fork, right? We've got to do both. But the first thing is gonna be to one side that I want the other side so I can send these people the present. Yes, but I wanna make sure then that that could be next month, Which would be great, You know, Give me what I wanted to go to prison. I don't trust me. I want them to pay the price. Um, but but I got I gotta make sure like, you know, anyway, we gave Trump doesn't pull this out, and they could still go to prison as great. But I think first and foremost, the first thing has to happen next 13 days is to make sure Trump gets in the White House. So my point is my my commitment that we will get many names accumulated on that letter. And I'm saying Is there any doubt all the people that were there yesterday? I mean, they saw people are giving such incredible testimony. You know the numbers. None of it makes sense. Doctor Shiva with 100 30% of Democrat votes going to bite. And how does that has it over 100 years. Said. That makes no sense everything that we don't know why. I was surprised because I was told it was 1.25 for Biden and 0.75 for the president. And now here is 1.3. So that's even more shocking cam in it was no surprise, but I was like, Well, this is more They really stretched it they had. They knew they had to really stretch it because there was no way Biden Was going to win Arizona. You could tell that when we drove through Tempe, and we had our trump flags and all the rest and all the students were cheering us on. I went in there thinking I was might be in danger, and instead you had everybody. We drove past cheering us on him, but there is absolutely no way Joe Biden won Arizona. And yet, here we are. And this is the saw yesterday how he did. Yep. So now that you see it, I'm assuming you spoke to your colleagues that were on the table. The panel with you? What do you wanna call it and the other ones that were in the audience. Are they? Justice convinced his ugh and so I'm getting. It also is that do you think that they will put their name on the letter as well? Because they're so convinced that there was just so much fraud. It just can't go. It might not go to trump, but it can't go to buy. Right on I must speak for. I mean, you don't want to speak for them. I don't wanna miss speak, but I can't imagine how they don't put their name on it and many others, But, you know, I think there's going to be the Doug Ducey hold out those who are wanting to maintain the favor of the governor. And they will hold out and that number is dwindling. You know there for a while. It was just me and Michelle Agency Rita and a couple others, and then a few more came on. There's a hurricane coming and they're not gonna be able to stop it and is in the question is who are going to be the few left? That will not do the right thing. And the public is watching the president is watching. We are all watching. And who will those people be? Because you couldn't see right now? The title wave of energy coming From the legislators themselves. They want to honor their oath. They don't want to just give a note. They want to honor it, and I appreciate that. I I just I so glad that they're doing that. So I don't know how they don't put their name on there, but we'll wait and say, we'll see who doesn't So there are more people coming over to your side. Kelly, this is Kelly towns and state rep soon to be state senator on Knsd Game 7 90 more that were part of the Ducey camp. Are they seeing? I mean, for whatever reason, maybe they've seen the evidence. Maybe they're seeing Ducey literally throw his entire career away. I mean, it was bad enough. And then he went overboard yesterday by signing this you don't you? Don't throw your career away when you've got the minion. You don't it doesn't You know you didn't see Joe Biden campaigning. Don't need to do anything. You've got Dominion set up for you, so whoever is behind the scenes gets to decide. You know who wins so well. Is that where we are now? I mean, we don't have to worry about the public opinion because we got the thumb drive. So then that's another thing. Um, when the session starts next month, will there be a major call and action to get rid of all Dominion voting machines and all this stuff? There was Phil Waldron yesterday. The carnival, Waldron said. There was one non paper ballot way of voting that is secure. Created by M. I T. So it's going to be a call to get rid of all the men in all this stuff throughout Arizona even trust that, to be honest, I've been researching for the last two years and I've gone to the conferences and I've talked to the people that are pushing for the Blockchain method. And there's some who say Blockchain is fabulous. And there's others say if it's in a computer system, it's hackable. So I don't even trust that. But this been voter fraud since there's been voting, so we just have to spend do our due diligence and find the best way and public listening..

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"doctor shiva" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"doctor shiva" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"But I think one of the problems is that Let's say that, Yeah, they find that there's something there. The wheels of justice grind slowly but very fine as the old saying. Yeah, Okay. They're gonna grind so slowly that we're gonna be six months into a biting administration before something actually comes out. And what is the remedy? At that point, it was that again. You're right. That's the reason why it has to be handled by December. Actually, uh, I think it's time for a couple of days here to separate the safe harbor. December 14th is the electoral college meets, But then the Congress doesn't actually Except those results. So I believe January 5th or sixth If I'm not mistaken s O. That might be is the latest drop dead date that we have caused By January, 20th, a president must be inaugurated either Trump reelected, or Biden, the patient elect. S so again. I think we still have about 30 days here, and a lot can happen between now and then. There's another hearing today in this one in Michigan. Michigan Senate Oversight Committee will hear testimony to day at 10 15 Eastern. However, listen to this. The chairman of the Michigan Senate Oversight Committee Ed McBroom, Says he will not allow President Trump attorneys Rudy Giuliani to testify. Why wouldn't the president's legal team be allowed? If you're going to hear other in personal written testimony will be accepted like that of a Dominion Pole, a Dominion contractor. Rather, her name is Melissa Carone. She says that She was a freelance I T worker who was hired by Dominion to work in Michigan. She submitted a sworn affidavit. Detailing a barrage of what she called fraudulent actions during her time at the voting Center in Detroit. He says he was in the hotel conference room. There was a tabulator. And then adjudication machine. The team was told. Walk around the room. Look at it. Get familiar with it. Then she was told he was hooked up to the Internet. That these every single one of these tabulate ear's have WiFi capability. Those two. As you know, Bruce, When you have your phone smartphone, you walk into a WiFi setting, it automatically connects the WiFi. Yeah, okay, And that's apparently what these machines do. That when you set them up, they automatically have a because there is a central operator capability here. We've talked about that before where they can manipulate or subtract, Add modify. Votes would have you. And these machines were in Michigan in Detroit. We're hooked up. In fact, there's a A montage of election observers. Testifying that they'll parade themselves through Michigan today. Michigan is especially egregious. If you read their Sydney Powell's lawsuit, it is It is really eye opening, and the fact is that I'm bringing all these lawsuits. I've watched all this testimony in Pennsylvania and now in Arizona, I have no confidence. Zero and I was a big believer in the sanctity. And the integrity of our vote. On. I've always thought. Okay, There's always you know, dead voters to put voters. There's always somebody trying to pull a fast one going back to acorn days. But the level that this was Engage Doctor Shiva. Hey, of course from I think it mighty if I'm not mistaken. He was there yesterday. And he said in order for Joe Biden, the win What Biden had to get 130% of the vote and Trump negative 30%. That's a statistical impossibility. Get it if I sure has a strong finished and then Rand, Paul Rand. Paul talked about the other day, too. There were, um four data dumps. That occurred in these four major cities Atlanta, Philadelphia Detroit in Milwaukee for data dumps between 1 30 in the morning and 6 30 in the morning, which was the alleged Margin of victory for Joe Biden. Don't you find that a little bit curious and strange and mysterious that his margin of victory and all these battleground states all happened in the middle of the night? And four data dumps. Don't call it the all around the same time and during a 45 hour span I'm sorry it just and then what about all these other jurisdictions that didn't see the same kind of patterns? I mean, uh, yeah..

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"doctor shiva" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"doctor shiva" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Right. You know what, Aidan? What? I don't got a monkey to be played with. I don't use a monkey. What are you talking about? I'm a monkey. That's the second Rolling Stones song. We've reference today obscure Rolling stone size. I'm dying. Just a monkey man. I'm glad you are Monkey woman. Then wasn't there Wasn't there a group of primates that had a TV show Taylor Yes, but I don't have that pulled up right now. Oh, I'm sorry. I don't know what I'm referring to. Hey, Hey, we're the Monkees. People say we monkey around. We get election stolen from where to business singing. And then here is you know, she has got multiple degrees from M I T likes to brag about his PhDs. So this is where he has a He has the kind of vocabulary that those of us who don't have PhDs might not have. So this is ahh. This is Shiva. Doctor Shiva addressing turtle boy. You don't talk to me about as an echo chamber that's insulting were used. But listen, shut up and listen. Okay? You shut up. I am a person who works my butt off. I don't like all the cursing. That's Dr Shiva..

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"doctor shiva" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"doctor shiva" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"They noted the school everything to present Children as much as possible. I feel like you have a good day. Once they get the swing of things. Teachers here in New York City are threatening to strike over concerns. The schools aren't doing enough to protect them locally. It's become a showdown in and over where teachers there say they're not going Go back inside their classrooms because many say they don't feel safe. That move is illegal. That's according to the school committee details from W. B. C. TV's Nick, and last week, the teachers union voted to participate in 10 days of professional development remotely as the union negotiates with the district on working conditions in the district. And the school committee. The superintendent are not negotiating in good faith. School officials say the buildings are safe and what happened was unfortunate and illegal. This is a situation in which there are no losers and no winners. The school committee believes the teacher's refusal to enter buildings is a violation of Massachusetts general laws, calling it an illegal work stoppage to committee voted unanimously to have legal counsel petition the Department of Labor relations the motion passes. 50. The teachers union has yet to respond to the committee's vote classes by the way and and over are set to begin two weeks from tomorrow. Well, WalMart is firing a shot across Amazons Bao. It's 7 38 details now from Bloomberg business. Here's Tom Busby. Well, thank you, Jeff. A lot of people still skittish about going into stores. So Walmart thinks the time is right for Walmart, Plus It'll cost $98 a year, and it's taking direct aim at Amazon Prime members get same day delivery on tens of thousands of items discounts at some gas stations and its doors. You could go to check out without waiting at a register. It starts September 15th on Wall Street investors looking for some kind of direction today, down futures up and down now down, 30. NASDAQ poised for a triple digit gains on the San Francisco Fed says the reason average worker wages rose last quarter. Even though the unemployment rates soared is most pandemic related. Job losses were among low wage earners. A lot of high earners work from home. I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg Business on W. B z, Boston's news radio. Get ready to say hello to the new queen of Instagram, who's got the crown details coming up next. It's 7 39. Who will be the first to know. Will be you will be will be because you listen to W B Z Boston News. Video Change requires innovation, foresight and the courage to set aside what was done yesterday to accomplish change. One must have a background of fearless innovation and the ability to withstand criticism from those who say we've never done it that way. Dr Shiva. I adore a m i t PhD Republican candidate for U. S. Senate is a change agent. As a scientist and inventor. Dr Shiva earned four degrees from MIT and started seven successful companies. Change has been his Hallmark, accomplished and hardworking Doctor Shiva can deliver the change. We need get out and vote in the Republican primary on September 1st for Dr Shiva. I adore our country needs real change, innovation and true leadership. Today, Dr Shiva adoring can provide that leadership that.

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"doctor shiva" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"doctor shiva" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"There's so many young people of missing from our society, especially young people that had so much to give and ended up just given their life. The traveling memorial will be on easy Street until Sunday afternoon. The Mansfield Field of Honor hopes visitors feel gratitude and pride, proud to be an American. And appreciate those who give us the right to even be here. Now, during a time of bitter division in our country, the memorial offers a chance to bring communities together and The one of a kind flag will be on display this week of the Mansfield police and fire complex. Well, as we have told you and reminded you that primary Election day is less than a week away. In fact, it's coming up very quickly on Tuesday of next week, and if you're a political junkie in New England, I'm sure in one way or another. You've heard of vermin supreme Well, he is a perennial libertarian candidate for office, known for his stances on civil liberties and also his attire. He wears a boot on his head when campaigning in public. He's now mounted a candidacy for the Senate seat. Looking for a write in campaign as a libertarian option to Senator Ed Markey and Congressman Joe Kennedy to Republicans. Doctor Shiva a day and Kevin O'Connor are also running for the Republican nomination. Ah Backyard party in Brockton with his many is 200. People in attendance ends in violence. Nobody. BZ Sherry Small is the story of one victim's mother, praising efforts by police. One of the people shot at that party 23 year old Rashad Francoise, shot three times in the chest, abdomen and stomach. Brockton Police were first on the scene because there were so many people up to 200. Their ambulances couldn't make it in. So police started treating victims, a group of them and a firefighter lifted and carried Francoise through the crowd to an ambulance for and Swat's mother, Wilder. Joseph saw a photograph of that she says no. Doubt. Police saved her son's life life. It's unbelievable. Now. She wants to get out a message. And I know you know, making a steak, but it's not all of them. Damn good. Good. Good credit is a lot of good ones of their in Brockton. Sherry Small W. B C. Boston's news radio. You have.

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"doctor shiva" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"doctor shiva" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Southern California, where most of the classes are online university sent out a message to students warning about an alarming increase of 43 cases. In off campus housing because some of the students there say that there's a number of gatherings and parties that are happening Now that is a B C's Trevor All's over on Capitol Hill, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi calling for people to resist this new guidance. The CDC guidelines that they have put forth are scary and dangerous. It really is very sad and just reinforces thie lack of attention and understanding that we have to have in order to crush this virus. Pelosi making those remarks today during her weekly virtual news conference for Await Looks like another Great day on Wall Street. Let's get back to Bloomberg business. Alright and Rhodey, How'd we do? We did very well. The now gained 83 points, not enough for a new record, but on the NASDAQ and S and P. That was enough. NASDAQ gained 199. That's one and three quarters percent s and P 500 up 1% 35 points. So how painful has the pandemic been two economies around the world locked down Some restrictions pushed the world's major economies into a near 10% economic slump last quarter, according to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. That's a record and four times the GDP decline recorded in the first quarter of 2009. Do you recall that was at the height of the financial crisis. Big day for the Dow gaining 83 points. NASDAQ Up 199 S and P 500 tacked on 35 points, NASDAQ and S and P a new all time highs and rode a Bloomberg business on W. B z Boston's NewsRadio. What did he say? Complete election coverage from now until election Day. And after telling BZ Boston's news radio change requires innovation, foresight and the courage to set aside what was done yesterday to accomplish change. One must have a background of fearless innovation and the ability to withstand criticism from those who say we've never done it that way. Dr Shiva I adore a m i t PhD Republican candidate for U. S. Senate is a change agent. As a scientist and inventor. Dr. Shiva earned four degrees from MIT and started seven successful companies. Change has been his Hallmark, accomplished and hardworking Doctor Shiva can deliver the change. We need get out and vote in the Republican primary on September 1st for Dr Shiva. I adore our country needs real change, innovation and true leadership Today, Dr Shiva I adore it can provide that leadership. That courage and that innovation show your support and vote in the Republican primary on September 1st. This is Dr Shiva during it's time to go beyond left and right, and I approve this message paid for by Shiva for Senate. WeII made use a insurance for members like Beth, A Navy veteran. She and her husband, Larry, might be old school, but they're made of curiosity. Toe. Always try new things like that cooking class and finally learning guitar. Now that the kids are out of the house someone bets realized they were over paying the insurance company they've been with for years..

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"doctor shiva" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

10:10 min | 2 years ago

"doctor shiva" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Welcome back to coach the coach George dory with you're going to hear different perspectives tonight for the first couple hours about the coronavirus with four degrees from Massachusetts institute of technology including a PhD in biological engineering Dr Shiva either dory is a world renowned system scientist is recognized by the U. S. government as the inventor of email when he was fourteen years old and has developed systems for major breakthroughs that provide an integrated framework linking eastern and western medicine together his latest invention emerging from his doctoral research it up I. T. provides a revolutionary platform for modeling complex biological phenomenon to support the development of multi combination medicines without animal testing as well Dr Sheba I adore here on coast to coast doctor welcome to the show dear how are you I'm fine and thank you for having the guts to step forward I did notice that article that I mentioned briefly a couple minutes ago and that caught my eye and I called up my executive producer Ann Shipley so we've got to get doctors Shiva we got to get him on you're pretty gutsy for doing this but very important so I want to thank you first of all on behalf of everybody listening to the show tonight current law now let's let's get into a couple will talk about the email that you created the little later in the program tonight but give me your thoughts on the corona virus right now Dr and where do you think we stand with this very bizarre disease well I think the first thing you know is the opportunity for people to not get caught into this fear mongering and to really step back and get educated at that and I hope to do that I want to help people and that begins with understanding the immune system the problem in biology by and large I'm do not study the study part not a complex pathways and immune process but they don't understand entire system unfortunately the medical school education also makes ignorant most engagement how immune system works the first question is the first observation is that it's not the virus this is gonna sound you know going counter to what's been put out there it's not part it harms or kills I okay and if you ask the typical medical school student M. D. you know what's going on you don't typically they they themselves have been taught or they think that the virus is some type of monster that's going eating your tissues and that the vaccine that comes in a box that but that's far from what's really going on the reality it's the weekend and dysfunctional immune system overreaction in the individual right and in a particular individual right based on their particular genetics epigenetics McCall stress inoculation everyone is different that's one of the things that emerged when the genome project ended in two thousand and three and it turns out that we only have about twenty thousand genes in the same number into the war when we went into the genome project in nineteen ninety three the thought was when you warm it twenty thousand genes we thought we would have a million G. we have about the same number of genes what emerged out of the genome project it happened genetics which means things that surround us what we eat things that were put in us these can turn on and turn off genes and then as you said varies by the individual so the other thing that emerge from the genome project when it ended with one size does not fit all and medicine realized it needed to move to a personalized medicine which meant the right medicine for the right person at the right time coincidently or incidently that's how traditional systems of medicine are in a group in a small village in India when I was a kid my grandmother practice traditional systems of medicine even though two people had the same problem it in the mail actually at the same medicines so what we have is when the immune system again varies per person person that run of bars comes in you know you have veteran eighty trillion viruses in you right now she's about six trillion cells all trying to take over our bodies aren't today when we emerged out of that right your body and are the ones who would make this immune system of the operating system of the body and it has emerged out of that and we've you know seven point two billion about us right so it's not like we're some weak species leverage from that you know how to fight pirates of every microsecond you're body is detecting pathogens it turns on various subsystems to modulate that and take care of it aren't such a normal mode and if you look at for example a deal Italy and the median age of people died was in their eighties right right it's the underlying and immuno compromised this aspect is not even highlighted in the press the people are dying you know the ninety five ninety eight percent or the people or immuno compromised with underlying conditions or they're elderly and why is that well it mentions stem immune system it's easy to explain this because as you age your thyroid function for example example gets depleted as you age you have less hardcore Catherine our current level goes down your body is not able to convert keratinocytes which is from foods even even carrying properly into vitamin a vitamin a literally and again unfortunately big pharma medical school education doesn't teach most MPs have cast him to have a vitamin a work I can't really explain it to you well they don't live in a creek side cairns which literally built shielding around yourselves that's one important function the other piece of this is that vitamin D. is extremely important when you get proper you UP and NO radiation your body takes that makes vitamin D. well that parliament being converted to a very very important chemical called capitalist seated and the scalpel seed are like bullets that literally you're fired and disrupt the membrane of bacteria and viruses etcetera the vitamin D. is literally an anti bacterial funny you say that too because a couple weeks ago the former head of the CDC centers for disease control and prevention said that vitamin D. is essential to try to battle this coronavirus in order to say that the data coupled eight about couple weeks ago yeah graduate started saying that after I started and I sent a letter to the president saying that we should really be at triage adding that the people that we have we don't need to shut down the entire country we do need to take care of the people that they were diagnosed with that we should take care of the people are immuno compromised and the critical thing to do to three different and high risk groups but the majority of us we should support ourselves a proper vitamin D. you know supplementation vitamin a vitamin C. supplementation get back to work we need to balance immune health with economic health what happened is instead of doing that instead of understanding the immune system and is direct you know the strength of the immune system is directly offensive it's invalid to be resilient Dr we're gonna take a break in the second but I got to ask you this is do you really believe that one person in Wuhan who apparently got this at the wet market of diseased animals has caused all this across the planet one person that doesn't seem to make sense in fact I haven't even been able to find I understand right exactly there's something else going on here the fact that they have the viral lab in Wuhan somebody's been playing around with something while off and on there were massive protests taking place against the Chinese government six months before you talk about that yeah let's talk about that when we come back and I suspect that this virus has probably been in the system much longer than we think you know it's it's got similarities to the for seasonal flu for all we know people who thought they had the flu at the corona virus months and months ago so we're going to come back in a moment with Dr Shiva I adore you and talk more about this next hour will open up the phone lines and we'll take your calls very serious subject but he's somebody who's been at at ten I really respect his views the free coast zone email newsletter is sent out six days a week it is a great way to keep up on all 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"NPR and from the listeners who support this NPR station it's All Things Considered from NPR news I'm Audie Cornish and I'm ari Shapiro Sri Lanka faces a pivotal moment the mostly Buddhist island nation spent twenty six years fighting a civil war that ended a decade ago when government forces defeated ethnic Tamil separatists but the war still vivid Estrie Lankan's go to the polls on Saturday to elect a new president and pears Lauren Frayer reports from the Tamil Hartland in the island's north on the side of the road in northern Sri Lanka women camped out in a protest tent and we've photographs at passing cars their school portraits of their children who went missing during the country's civil war possibly lay it on me castle can live roomy was sixteen she wanted to be a doctor Shiva Kumar was twenty he went to work and never came home where gentran Uday was twenty two when soldiers came at night and took him away his mother says there among tens of thousands of people mostly Tamils from the north who disappeared in Sri Lanka's civil war someone that demand these mothers hold responsible is the former defense secretary go to buy a Rajapakse he commanded the much feared intelligence corps when his older brother was president he's an American or at least he was he says he since renounced his US citizenship but not before he was shooting when US court for allegedly ordering torture rape and abductions here Rajapakse denies that and is never been convicted and now he's the front runner to become Sri Lanka's next president when asked last month about these human rights allegations Rajapakse laughed them off you are talking on whether the claim on the past noon the future yeah trying to become the president of the future Sri Lanka can you warm without addressing the past yeah sure Sri Lanka wants to move on from its bloody past and many voters want a strong pair of hands to fight a new threat this past Easter Islamist suicide bombers killed more than two hundred fifty people at hotels and churches Saint Sebastian's north of the capital Colombo was one of Max is have resumed here but a statue of Jesus is still pock marked with shrapnel in the parish priest father manager.

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