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"dr gabor" Discussed on The Poetry Magazine Podcast

The Poetry Magazine Podcast

05:50 min | 4 months ago

"dr gabor" Discussed on The Poetry Magazine Podcast

"Do i carry them. One by one like bride after bride across the threshold and removed their boots Welcome to the poetry magazine podcast. I'm guest editor soochow. When i first read genial work i felt changed transformed in a sense that something inside me awakened. I'm always struck by the honesty and her poems. And because i was a shy poet than reading her work emboldened me to say what i needed to say this week. I have the honour of talking to lee about her research into attachment theory the authentic self healing hindsight and ultimately how we can accept our pastels. So i grew up with a father who is actually a christian minister but he was also very abusive and now in hindsight icy that he was also very mentally ill and undiagnosed and now i believe that mental illness runs in my family. I was also recently diagnosed with bipolar. Disorder and complex. p. T. s. t. And so gives me a new light with which i can see my childhood We were the ministers daughter's going to church but then you know on sunday morning before church. The house would be a wreck. Because my dad was throwing things abusive toward my mother and toward me. We were very poor. We grew up on welfare and my father was in and out of prison for domestic violence and so there were periods of time where my mother was raising on her own with multiple jobs. She had dropped out of college to raise me and my two younger sisters and a lot of my first book. Chronicles the experience of that. But you know in hindsight. I actually realized that a lot of that book was told in the voice of the child who still had an attachment these attachment figures. That were a toxic and dr gabor. Mateo is a hungarian canadian physician who talks a lot about attachment and authenticity and how in an unhealthy traumatic relationship. A child is forced to choose between authenticity and attachment and the child off chooses attachment. Because if they don't then they would literally die right..

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"dr gabor" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

02:39 min | 5 months ago

"dr gabor" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

"Sir. Polly doozy's is immortal. And they're both dust sons of the same mother. The queen of sparta. Lita you may have heard of the myth of leader in the swan about trauma these cutting edge psychologists that i discovered only more recently. I've been writing about the connections between the missing the stars for a long time. Been writing about how these twins picture for us this divine self but it really started to become more understandable to me when started to hear the teachings of psychologists like dr gabor matej dr richard schwartz. Who talked about trauma in trauma is caused by these terrible things. That happen to us. But that's not the actual if you listen to the teachings of dr gabor matting. He'll say the trauma was not actually those things that happen to you when you're little or whenever they happen to you if it was that would be actually impossible affairs because you can't go back in time to when you were three with. The trump is actually the result of those things that happened in the result was separation from yourself. You actually separated from yourself in that is ongoing trauma that you still carry and that you can fix. Hey ladies and gentlemen thank you for tuning in this. Is your host mystic mark hosted. My family thinks. I'm crazy podcasts. And i hope you've enjoyed the first two editions of the synchro mystic exploration of the ever expanding now because i have really enjoyed participating in these mind expanding conversations and that is the goal of this podcast focuses to give you the best information the metaphysical psychology that you can directly practically us to expand your now and bring in the reality that you truly wanna live. But here's the thing. We need some value

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My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

02:39 min | 5 months ago

David W. Mathisen | Mythic Trauma - SEEEN

"Sir. Polly doozy's is immortal. And they're both dust sons of the same mother. The queen of sparta. Lita you may have heard of the myth of leader in the swan about trauma these cutting edge psychologists that i discovered only more recently. I've been writing about the connections between the missing the stars for a long time. Been writing about how these twins picture for us this divine self but it really started to become more understandable to me when started to hear the teachings of psychologists like dr gabor matej dr richard schwartz. Who talked about trauma in trauma is caused by these terrible things. That happen to us. But that's not the actual if you listen to the teachings of dr gabor matting. He'll say the trauma was not actually those things that happen to you when you're little or whenever they happen to you if it was that would be actually impossible affairs because you can't go back in time to when you were three with. The trump is actually the result of those things that happened in the result was separation from yourself. You actually separated from yourself in that is ongoing trauma that you still carry and that you can fix. Hey ladies and gentlemen thank you for tuning in this. Is your host mystic mark hosted. My family thinks. I'm crazy podcasts. And i hope you've enjoyed the first two editions of the synchro mystic exploration of the ever expanding now because i have really enjoyed participating in these mind expanding conversations and that is the goal of this podcast focuses to give you the best information the metaphysical psychology that you can directly practically us to expand your now and bring in the reality that you truly wanna live. But here's the thing. We need some value

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"dr gabor" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

02:44 min | 5 months ago

"dr gabor" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

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"dr gabor" Discussed on Scorpio Rising

Scorpio Rising

05:21 min | 5 months ago

"dr gabor" Discussed on Scorpio Rising

"Once cove in in one to something else and has other stuff going on and he's like i like i'm going to go work whatever and i'm like do you need to after you get off work even if you have to go to another job or if you you know as a business owner. Don't get a lot of sleep like you have to take twenty minutes and check out this meditation. I've been doing is called the six phase meditation by vision v. i. s. h. e. n. is so good because you focus off starting off your body you get center you get president and you knew send light to yourself you send light to your communities. Send lights your neighborhood. He's light to the country. Live and you send light to the world. You focus on things that you're grateful for you. Focus on forgiveness. You forgive people they forgive you you heal that aspect of it and it goes on and it so good but even if it's five minutes even if it's two minutes like we need to stop and process trauma if you feel what i'm saying i have another name for you to ride down in your notes. Who is so good doctor. Gabor g. a. b. o. r. mighty m a t. He has a documentary out. Right now. Called the wisdom of trauma. I'm going to include this link in the show notes. There is a documentary. Dr gabor might say has our right now called the wisdom of trauma. That's pretty groundbreaking stuff. You got to go to the very root in see why there's anger. Why their sadness. Why there's a victim why there's a hurt child what we're validating over and over and over again very thought provoking stuff groundbreaking a lot of the people who are intuitive 's who are very deep into the spiritual world to healing world are saying right now is such a good time to heal and to do cleanses and to meditate into eat cleaner foods to not eat as much processed foods to you know all around to level up because we are all intuitive beings and the way the we.

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"dr gabor" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast

The Drug Science Podcast

05:45 min | 10 months ago

"dr gabor" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast

"More about your new book. What is it called. Wednesday coming in so the title will be in. It will be published in the english speaking countries. It's called the myth of normal illness and health and an insane culture. I've i've ridden it. I've ridden way too much support a double d length that it needs to be sold Anxiously waiting to hear back from my publishers. About what they think of what i've given but it knock on wood. It'll come out next for great. Well if you're for it. I'll have you back and we can talk about more detail. She again of just before you go. I just want to go back to something. He's a very early on. Which when you were a family physician you did everything from delivering babies to helping people come to terms with dying and i have you thought more about the role of psychedelics in palliative care end of life care well yes and at the time that was when i was working with other of care. I didn't know what psychedelics this is up to the mid ninety s. Something that since then. Of course i've worked with people can tell you a case about a man with a mytalk sort in britain as motor neuron disease. This is another one of these conditions. Which i talked to a lot of trauma and stress and so on. This man had the baller kind which affect the muscles of speech and swallowing. It was physically perfectly able to walk and get on but he had trouble speaking and he came desirous could retreat and he said innova halting voice. You know i came because i want to live at the end of the week after three ceremonies. He said in a much stronger voice he said. I said i came. Because i want to live and i realize now that doesn't mean that i have to live longer. It means that. As long as i have left i want to be fully alive in touch..

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"dr gabor" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast

The Drug Science Podcast

06:00 min | 10 months ago

"dr gabor" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast

"Just i let retreat in peru last year with iowa gone. I'm not going to the details of it now but there was a physician their free high ranking physician in canada. I'm gonna say more button. I spoke to only simply and he said prior to that retake thirty years of medicine. He just wanted to retire. He was sick of it. Since the sasso nation that he is dispensed at that retreat. His life is just opened up his work and become exciting again. He loves interacting with his patients now and he works with veterans with. Ptsd extra sort sorta just over the hardest rookie can do and And physical problems. He says i love my work now. I love joy in the humanity in it know what. I'm trying to sponsor your question. When i consider all these positive transformations that are witnessed. And when i think of all the potential and especially when i think of the utter failure western medicine to deal with a lot of psychiatric issues including addiction but whole lot of others as well as a psychiatrist. I'm sure you sign onto that one. It's absolute travesty. That is such a promising modality. Which by the way neither nobody's saying is the panacea for everybody but it's It can do northwestern medicine can do or the or these. This class of substances can do things in the proper context. They can achieve results. That western medicine can't even aspire to. It's a travesty. So it is a. It is a denial of science is what it is. T think things beginning to ease up in in canada. Do you think you'll hopeful. Things began to ease up. Not not fast enough. But there are a number of organizations now establishing clinics and a reply for special authority to use very psychedelic simon and ketamine. Some people are using a planning to apply for permission to use iowa. There's long -sition of i've been at conversation. Goes back to what i was saying. Just now is that given the dire limitations of western medicine in approaching addressing these conditions. People do an answer and then people do to other alternative and so the commission has opened up in the last ten years remarkably so so not fast enough as concern from a scientific basis. We should have gone much further by now but at least things are becoming much more open and very interesting your observation about lead with this because i've tended to think i in fact my thinking with psychedelics is largely been around the depression and possibly addiction. That's where i would like to move but you know you're well ahead of us there but the idea of moving into more traditional physical medicine and that would be a that would be a tremendous game if you if we could begin to to get the traditional physician sympathy that would could be an enormous change in attitude. Admit well so. I read another book called when the body says no the cost of hidden stress which shows that a lot of these chronic. Physical conditions like scleroderma autoimmune disease rheumatoid arthritis heart disease and so on they people's life histories and emotional patterns pay unusual and because of that mind body unity..

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"dr gabor" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast

The Drug Science Podcast

03:58 min | 10 months ago

"dr gabor" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast

"Wouldn't it well and scientifically is not even all that surprising because we know scientifically that. The nervous system is not separable from the immune system or the hormonal apparatus or the cardiovascular operators often the god this is all one system and those are all connected in part and parcel of the brain's emotional centers so that when is a change in the nervous system or the emotional system. That's going to have an impact on the whole bike. Exactly exactly we we know the negatives of that we know you know depress people die of heart attacks younger than they should otherwise but but it's great to see that that's been rectified. But my understanding. Was that your I- wasco experiments. They weren't necessarily met with pleasure by some of the authorities. Is that right in canada in downtown hoover thirty percent clients were first nation. Berge canadians. They make up five percent of the population in canada. As in other countries like australia. Aboriginal people make up about thirty percent of the jail population. The only got five percent of the general population wise that because they're the most traumatize segment of the population and so the conditions you know. Canada's often thought of as one of the great countries in the world in terms of happiness and so in many great qualities but it's an absolute appalling catastrophe and it comes to harvey deal with our native populations many of whom live in terrible conditions lack of potable water about disease and because of multi generational trauma imposed on them by the state the traumas passed on from nation to the so one of the native communities in british columbia. Invited me to lead some iowa retreats for them as part of a study that an observational study. So we did that. The results great. I've just had an invitation. Many years later to come back and work with them again because the results are so impressive in terms of addictions and so on straightening of in canada. You can import iowa go for religious purposes. So the church of santo di may which is a brazilian based religious organization. They can bring the car so if they can. Why can't we you know because health canada. Which is canadian. Health authority had already decided that. I always goes neither addictive dangerous so i thought life that's the case. Why can't we use it for purposes. But of course. I got i got this letter saying cease and desist. I said okay. Thank you very much. But that's all no big deal and strangely enough. What was interesting. Is that the medical college which governs medical practice. That never came after me about this. And maybe they don't the news i don't know maybe they never found out that i work with oscar. But i i didn't get into too much trouble. Got this letter. And i said okay. They said you can't do studies on On his approved. Okay thank you. I want to studies treatment. But i continue to work with the plant all. I just didn't put it in. The newspapers is interesting into. This is the fiftieth year. Since the nineteen seventy-one un convention which which basically tried to eliminate all knowledge use memory of these drugs and the often argue. That's the worst censorship of science but also medicine in the history of the world. I mean we would you. Sympathize an agree with well. When i look at david the positive changes and transformations like with this woman scleroderma. I told you vo others addictions the lifelong issues with themselves and their families..

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"dr gabor" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast

The Drug Science Podcast

02:19 min | 10 months ago

"dr gabor" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast

"And and they lock you into a mindset which which psychedelics can help you escape from absolutely let me tell you. Mailing story I know both the person and their medical history through their physician. So this is not at all fanciful. Somebody would scleroderma. And this is an autoimmune condition. Where the immune system attacks the body and in this case the connective tissue causing rigidity sclerosis heartening. Derm scandal hardened skin but not just asking is hardened the connective tissues of the of the muscles the suffragan the heart the lungs and it's a potentially fatal condition and this person literally was bed bound. Her face was tightened mask of grimace of user facial muscles. I'm telling you this. I witnessed this myself bala. She wanted to die. She lives in boston. If they had been euthanasia in boston at the time she would have chosen it and then she found out about iowa now. She couldn't travel to any retreat. She couldn't even get out of bed on her own. Should decided to order some miles score. I know how she got it. She drank it and that night she stood up on her own for the first time in six months right now. she's active. She goes on hikes. She's writing a biography. And i'm in personal contact with the game. I ask ceremonies led by transforming her relationship to herself her nervous system and immune system. Everything else responded. Look i'm not putting this out to people if you got. An argument is gooding so males. I'm not giving that advice on i'm talking about. It's the potential in transformation and the impact that can have and i spoke with her physician in the story was verified. So i've seen the same thing happened in addictions in ensure you have depression in anxiety in all manner of life issues. Yes the nervous system controls pretty much everything completely credible that this woman was having some kind of detrimental nervous activity that was locking her up and you can unlocking it. Let's hope others tried to get down that route as well because it would be a revolution..

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"dr gabor" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast

The Drug Science Podcast

04:56 min | 10 months ago

"dr gabor" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast

"But but then but then after one of these sessions and it happened yet again. Some became up. Did you know you could. I'll go for those of shoe many of your listeners. Over this is about but i was go for those may not is a plant that or at least. It's a combination of plants. The plant a combination of plants that that is girls and cultivated in the amazon jungle and shamans. There have been using it as a healing modality for a long time. And it's it's a mind altering substance that i'll talk about it more in a minute but that's what it is and but somebody said to digital. You could experience it here in vancouver. 'cause approve shame in of came up here and let somebody tweets so i said okay. University started to send me a message. Here isn't it. And that's one thing i've learned. Is that the universe. Sends you messages yutian to listen and not on the list invade easily but eventually sometimes i do and so. I went to the ceremony and in half an hour. Got it why people have been asking me and what happened for me is that there's little baby in. The tent was a nursing mother whose husband was taking iowa and the baby was in crying and these tears rolling down my cheeks. There's a pure love. And there's a number of things. I realized just instantaneously Was how close down to love. I had been in my life hurt. My heart had been and so it had to respond to that heard by closing down. Which more difficult to have relationships. In many ways. I ran away tied to compensate for the lack of open hardness through my mind actually by by building my mind because i couldn't do deal with my heart so i got bad so i got what i've been running away from this pain that i've been winning away from my life by also got that that hard that love sending too mushy..

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"dr gabor" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast

The Drug Science Podcast

05:52 min | 10 months ago

"dr gabor" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast

"Not for me The and this to of hardcore drug addicts general in downtown eastside in twelve years of work. David didn't have a single family. Pay female patient. Who had not been sexually abused as a child and all the men had been severely traumatized as well. This is what the large scale study shows not just mine person division so some of them are so desperate to escape their lives that they just not gonna be ready to give up their drugs so that means trying to force them into abstinence is to say okay. I can't help you. But then the question becomes if at this moment. You're not ready to give up your drive as you physically dependent on your terrified overdraw or because the emotional pain that you're carrying just to ceiling for you to give up the soothing of drug or the behavior. Then how can i help you reduce the harm. Well what if. I gave you Clean water to inject with rather than using puddle. Water from the back alley. You know and The that was a british psychiatrist who actually said of using giving people clean. Needles is encouraging drug. Use and better. They should live or die with the consequences of their behavior. I don't. I don't accept that in all of medicine. Barrage reducing harm. I mean when a workaholic business executive type a personality who smokes ends up in the emergency of the heart attack. And i'm going to say to them. I'm not going to give you any medicine for your heart pain. You caused it yourself with your smoking and your calls. And why would i do that to a drug addict. So reducing simply. Let's work with you of hoping you will be able to give it up but until you do can make it safer for you. Can we ensure that you don't contract or pass. Hiv onto somebody else. We'll get back to the interview in just a second. I'm just want to thank all the drug science community members for your continued support without you. The dissemination of information like this would not be possible drug science is and always will be independent. This means we don't accept sponsorships but by becoming a drug science community member. You'll be helping us bring about change. you'll also receive access to exclusive events and we'll be able to attend all drug science events for free.

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"dr gabor" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast

The Drug Science Podcast

03:51 min | 10 months ago

"dr gabor" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast

"My life and those of my family had nothing to do the drugs and the same circuits were involved. You know that this distinction between drug addiction and say shopaholic zone where we're gaullism or pornography addiction or sex addiction or eating addiction. It's a false distinction because it's all the same circuits now. The point is not that this isn't biological the question is. Where does the budget come from. And this is where a lot of medicine. Mrs aruna science because the science shows that the brain develops interaction with the environment so the motivational circuits the dopamine circuits the nucleus accumbens. The the the brain's emotional asperger's the the hippocampus they'll go to phone cortex. These all develop interaction with the environment and the more trauma on the more difficult. In the most stressed there is from prenatal life onwards undocument- prenatal f. You can stress. Pregnant animals and their offspring will lack dopamine receptors. So that'd be more likely to cocaine adults. So what i'm saying then. Is that the the the biology that we deal with them. You talk about it's real. It's biological but it's determined not determined but it's very much shaped and modulated by what happens to a person through a lifetime especially in early childhood so it's not biology versus psychology is that the two cannot be separated. Yes but i think where the expertise comes in is trying to get. Get into the psychology in a way which helps the biology. Yeah he can pet. Scans scans in that. But that doesn't particularly help someone. Who is living on the streets and injecting in a doorway downtown vancouver. Does it well. no you're right. It doesn't although if i understand biology then at that moment is susannah. Send the body. I stop blaming the person and i stopped shaming. And i say look you got a real problem here and i wanna poach you from the point of view of. How can i help you. Not how can i condemn you. How can i Make you feel worse about yourself. Which unfortunately is the social approach diction so it's really helps to know the biology but to get into the psychology. There's a basic question. I have to ask people and Which is whatever you did to whether it's sex or gambling were drivers know what's wrong with it. But what does it relate about it. What does it do for you and people will say. It gives me pleasure. It helps me escape. It relieves my pain. It gives me a sense of control. It makes me feel more connected to my friends. It numbs numbs me. And then i see a window. People have to be non when they're in pain when the left of scape realty when riyadi distresses them why are they lacking pleasure in this life. What happened to you so that to get into the psychology. Simple question is what is the addiction doing for you. I known a long term. It's charming you. But in short term what does give you and then you can have an investigation into well off. Did you lose pleasure wherever you heard. Why do you feel why do you need to feel numb. And then opens up. Would you talked about earlier about getting to the whole person. And i guess you were there. You with the pioneering efforts to to bring some sort of harm reduction program into vancouver was of course it's now become world famous people. Give him more credit for that than i deserve. I didn't pioneer anything. But i was there when it happened. And they participate in some of the efforts but the initiative and the thoughts came from other people..

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"dr gabor" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast

The Drug Science Podcast

03:14 min | 10 months ago

"dr gabor" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast

"Way where you presumably came to this wonderful title of your book one of your books. Realm of the hungry ghost i mean. It's a stunning title. Could you elaborate on the when it means and how it came to you so in their own home goes deals with addiction. And after twenty years a family practice and moved to give that up and That's a whole into story too. But almost like called to by fate to go on work in vancouver's downtown eastside now The dumped on insider. Vancouver is north america's and one of the world's most concentrated area of drug use. I mean we have thousands of people in fusebox. Swag radius injecting inhaling in ingesting drugs of all kinds and The poverty and the disease. And you know they're exponential downer and So roof down there and Doubled people with severe addictions and hiv and all their health ramifications and Several of my book on addiction. The title comes from buddhist cosmology in the buddhist around pigmented. Tibetan buddhists round the six rounds that people cycled through the ordinary human raum just ordinary sells the animal room which is our basic drives in hunters and appetites the realm of the god realm and then the realm of the hungry ghosts and undergoes are depicted as creatures with large empty bellies. Small mouths and narrow gullit's very narrow sausages so that they're always hungry. They're trying to fill themselves from the outside but they can never satiated now. That of course is the realm of addiction. And it's not that some people in this one realm and others in the other room and stub yoga to owns some people more dominantly money other and certainly in the addicted around when the ramadan goes. We're trying to fill some emptiness on the outside can never say she had ourselves so you have to keep going and going and going so hence the title. I hadn't heard that before and it is a truly unforgettable title. Knit came from your the insights that you've gained from talking to people about why they take drugs and i. I'd like to talk to you more about that. Because it is different from them. Some approaches which More biological than the drugs are logical agents. And they can't commandeer parts of brain circuits which underpin things reward but but you're seeing them as replacing what people have lost in their childhood or in other phases of their life not bugged. And and you know yes. Drugs do hijack the reward system in the brain and the pleasure elation reward and motivation systems and they interfere with the self-regulation systems in the brain. All that's true but david lynch's drugs. I mean i. I have behaviors that seriously blighted..

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"dr gabor" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast

The Drug Science Podcast

03:55 min | 10 months ago

"dr gabor" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast

"I don't know that. I'd rather it. But i did have some degree of maturity where realized that if i wanted something i'd really have to agree hard for it and i have to tell you in my first two years of medical school. I really struggled a bit. Basic science is not that. I i had the intelligence to understand it but the application of st- study it. That was hard for me. And i wasn't in the top of my classes. I two years my science whiz classmates which by the way also has to do with who gets recruited to medicine a very often. These scientifically minded had oriented people who don't necessarily make the best physicians when it comes to human interaction and the more it came to interacting with patients the the more i fund my skills. The my natural abilities came into be appreciated and more active. And is that why you decided then to to go into becoming a family physician because you wanted to deal with the whole person that those are the of it the whole person. I wanted to get to know the whole family But also you know by the time. I finished medical school having an older student. That was thirty three. I didn't want to spend another five years qualifying for residency and is really the best decision because as a family physician contrary to the specialist. I got to see the whole context. The whole dynamics the whole history. And i knew people before they will so that i had some ideas to their lives. That may have that predated the onus specialists when they see somebody a diagnosis already been made or at least diagnosis already suspected. But they don't know the person in their real lives and doctors are trained than every even taught how to ask about the person in their life which is a foundation. You have to know is critical way. I'm psychiatrists as you may know and in a similar way you get much more intimate with your patients because you you actually need to find out about them. As opposed to their symptoms. Well that's true but it's not also nitrous and god gives you the to do that. But how many psychiatrists do i know who simply just diagnose what they think are biological conditions and deal with them only through medication so even in psychiatry and by the way also and family practice I don't think i'd medical school prepares us to deal with the whole person very well. No it's something. I always try to teach medical season. Two things one is the you know the privilege of being doctor and the second the fact you can truly get to know people in a way. No-one never even even their own partners. He won't necessarily know because they weren't necessarily disclose so you. Did your family physician. You see the range of problems and then you obviously get very interested in the psychological ones. Yes that's what happened. So i was in fairly practice for twenty years and for several years. I was also the director of palliative carrying the largest one in canada. So i saw i delivered babies and then looked after dying people so i dealt with everything in between and i saw the family dynamics and sooner or later as they had to deal with my own emotional issues by the remount depression on. Adhd amount addictive. Tendencies i also begin to see and my clients that who got sick and who developed. What condition wasn't random. It it you know. There were certain emotional life patterns that seemed to predispose at least contribute to. I don't want to cause. I won't say 'cause what but could due to illness whether it's physical chronic physical illness like multiple sclerosis rheumatoid arthritis or addiction. Mental illness depression. These didn't arise out of the blue. They didn't fall from the sky..

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"dr gabor" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast

The Drug Science Podcast

05:16 min | 10 months ago

"dr gabor" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast

"Very core truck. Science must remain. Independent is means. We don't accept. Sponsorships is with the support of the drugs community. We're able to do this and make the podcast in the first place. If you're able to become a drug science community member and support the show you two will be supporting the dissemination of evidence based drug policies without you. None of this will be possible for anybody interested. There's a link in the show notes. Thank you hello and welcome to the drug sons podcast with me. David here bringing together experts and activists for a rational and informed conversation about. Hello i'm david newton. It's a great pleasure to welcome you to the first episode of the third series of the drugs aren't broadcast back.

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Breaking Free of Old Habits, Addiction, and Past Traumas with Dr. Gabor Mat

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

05:12 min | 1 year ago

Breaking Free of Old Habits, Addiction, and Past Traumas with Dr. Gabor Mat

"Gabor. It's a pleasure. Thank you so much for making time and joining us on the podcast. Figured nice to be here before we jump into the work on addiction and your writings and teachings which. I'm sure many of my audiences familiar with. I want to ask you actually a selfish question which is You wrote an article in an interview. I believe it was a canadian newspaper. That one of the books you would've given to your younger self was a new earth by eckhart tola it. Add the caveat that you weren't sure at the age of eighteen or nineteen or twenty that you would have actually read the book. It might have been a little bit too much at the time. I'm curious what does that mean to you. Why did you choose that. As one of the books you'd get to younger self well number of things one is When you go up when you're young you identify so much with your ideas in your body and your own history and you think that's all you are but this book takes deeper that a deeper awareness inside all of us that is more true to the essence of what we are than all thoughts ideas and doings. That'd be being caught up again so that space between who we actually are internally and The form that we've taken the history that we've had that's a wonderful realization and then of course there's this concept of the pain body The pain by the accumulated hurts grievances and national reactive patterns and negative beliefs but life has imposed on us because of way life is which is very often traumatic. That pain buddy lives within us almost as an independent entity in it and so often it takes over functioning of course in my workers a physician also known personalize the miseries that i've been to individually personally but americans a physician. I've seen so often that pain body. That accumulated ingrained. A history of pain. function is to run people's lives and someone so much of our lives is designed to either deny the pain or the run away from edge addictions coming so the whole pain body concept and then the idea that the new earth. It's a reality that we can be lies within. Ourselves is not some airy fairy concept. That's out there summer. So and also there's just something of blood that particular man card toy who that is not just empty teachings is not just. Words is a sense of being that he manifests. That does make a difference. May around it even just if you're on his words on on on the pages of a book which itself is uplifting and opens you up so it It one is the book. It was one of the books that helped to open up my consciousness. You mentioned the term space and the space between the life events and then the true essence of who you are and there's a space in between which gives us you know as i totally talks about in the book the freedom to actually step into the present. When was the first time for you that you actually noticed that. There is a space in. Between the life circumstances that you had gone through in your upbringing your addictions that later developed that you've been very open about writing about and your true essence. Look it depends on what the moment of the day you catch me in. Because it's not like i've live life for others. I'm always aware of the space. And so on i can get caught up in some pity trivial things so i don't i'm city I don't sit here are some example of somebody who's really realized their essence and can manifest it Although that i do sometimes so. I don't think there's any pill moment i i've not had one of these. Some people i know of that is big realization moments. This direct experience of a digital download. Reality or reality manifests through them. I know convey closest people have had those experiences. I can't say. I've had that expands personally so i can't give you a particular moment that i know of one of clinches of it sometimes in real-life sometimes work sometimes in the traditional ceremony. Sometimes but i can't give you a single transformational moment. I can point to and say here's what had happened. And since then i've got it

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"dr gabor" Discussed on Write Your Legend

Write Your Legend

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"dr gabor" Discussed on Write Your Legend

"As you can write like what are all the stories I told about myself and then what are the stories and told about other people and I'll go into like reprogramming a moment and what you can do with that but but then on the other side job, you can imagine you almost like make a set of columns and split it into two you can ask yourself. What were the greatest unmet needs from childhood because trauma and the words of dr. Gabor mate are the things that happen and it should have happened like abuse violence anger these things and the things that didn't happen that should have happened like emotional neglect would be a form of trauma. You didn't get emotional nurturing that should have been given to you and that in fact is traumatic to not have a really basic human need and so you can write down what are all the the biggest needs that I didn't get met that I needed to get that and then what you do is you can split it into two activities and this like irrespective of your attachments L. We can talk about how to identify your attachment sell more in a moment to but this these are like the underlying compact. And will create security is stealing these factors to begin with and so the needs your job is to write strategies out for how to meet those needs in your relationship to yourself and strategies out how to ask for those needs from others. So maybe you look and you go I was emotionally neglected. Okay. Well what we'll always see is that unless you've already been doing the work and healing if you were emotionally neglected in childhood chances are extremely extremely high but you're in a state of still neglecting your own emotions. And this is what we see for example in dismissive avoidants. They were emotionally neglected and then they don't feel their feelings. They were pressed their feelings. They try to know their feelings and everything they can and that's a state of RI traumatization. You're keeping those issues alive and and you're firing in a wiring the same neural Pathways over and over again. So of course they're still there, but if we can replace that with a new way of operating and then we can remove this all the way of being neural Pathways at review or time just like muscles weaken over time and we can create new neural circuits on another side so we can go you know what song I am going to spend you know, one hour a day doing the pasta meditations and journaling about my feelings like whatever it is that you want to create as a strategy your job is to meet you run that needs and then the other side of it is your job is to change the stories you're telling yourself on a regular basis and and just like we know thoughts if we don't change our thinking can even do like thought interruptions like say cancel Cancel when we catch ourselves telling an old story and upgrade to like a cognitive refrain that's a healthier version of that original story. That's very beneficial, but you can also use and this is probably my favorite tool for reprogramming cuz it goes really deep. It's something called Auto suggestion if you're not sure if your listeners already familiar, but basically our subconscious mind is like really suggestible for the first hour that need a cup and the last hour before you go to bed and it's because your brain is pretty seamlessly Alpha and Theta brain waves and so you can sit down with in journal during that time and especially before you have coffee coffee puts you more into the date of birth..

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"dr gabor" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"dr gabor" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"About a dream that I've I've had that I had but yes I I I believe if there could be some policies dot com I'm doing something like that because as you said you know you're you're confused about what's been happening to you and and that's causing you obviously some emotional S. motional pain if you would be open to speaking with hypnotherapist I would I'd like to try and facilitate that would you be if you're open to that I've I would ask that you leave your perhaps your email your name and your email without Mike Cosio back in studio and then I can facilitate a hypnotherapist that I've had on on coast a number of times Dr Ellen at the border has dealt with abductees and I think she can help you I can't promise but I think she can help you would you be open to that and this would be something that would be private and absolutely I would I would just once I set set this up I would step out of the way and and and I'd I'd put you in touch with doctor Dr Gabor okay I'm sorry I just got all right yeah it's I'm not a big guy crybaby usually after making literally sh sh shake sorry he yes yes well hang on yeah well II okay terrific tell Daniel I really want to see get some help I feel for you buddy hang in there okay help is on the way so we'll put you on hold Michael take down his particulars and then Michael if you could forward that information to me and I'll see if I can set something up with the doctor could bore hypnotherapist and she's a a past life regression therapist as well she does terrific work all right well let's take a quick time out come back and continue our discussion with Preston Dennett about onboard UFO encounters right here on coast to coast AM yeah talking about we can get the that's my husband Richard they just installed or simply save security system he thinks that makes him a master handyman but really ten year old could do it there was no drilling and it took him less than an hour to set up so now our home is protected by twenty four seven professional security monitoring for only fourteen ninety nine a month it was so easy.

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"dr gabor" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

11:46 min | 2 years ago

"dr gabor" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

"That's that's it's totally off the table because we have a materialistic science doesn't acknowledge that Sochi on this on this you're GonNa go the far field with all these different explanations it. It's I get into this all the time with other stuff inside the paradigm. There's no way to explain this period. Why do we have to try and let them back in the door? Well here's what's happening. Let me go back to my engine being put back together wrong on metaphor what I'm throat. What I'm holding up is not just a little bag of nuts and bolt? I'm holding up things like here's a crankshaft how do you you forgot this and they're like yeah but my paradigm is working and I'm like yeah you're firing on three cylinders out of eight in it sounds awful awful and it gets terrible gas mileage and they're like don't mess with my engine are moving down the road and I'm like you're on three cylinders and go beckley. Teppei is another other giant drive shaft or flywheel. It's been left off. Beckley TEPI is six thousand years at least two earliest dynastic stick Egypt in it's beautifully precise stones aligned with celestial alignments by the way that throws a problem into the paradigm but what I'm discovering. It doesn't throw a problem into what I'm discovering at all because you could say well possibly the reason why this is dispersed all around the world is there some very ancient civilizations cultures that was far predate massive attaima ancient Mesopotamia Sumer far predate eight Egypt far create ancient India because all those coaches are already using this system. They must have come from something much more ancient. Nobody wants to consider or something much more ancient that could also be advanced so they said no wait a minute that was only primitive humans or early humans they call them that will mess up all our textbooks that show Josh we basically lived in caves we were pastoral or we were hunter gatherers and then poof Egypt and Mesopotamia just spring out of the ground out of nowhere and they would say well David. You're obviously you're you're exaggerating that a little bit but basically they say that yet. We just all of a sudden the those cultures received what they had from somewhere probably far into the past and that would help explain what's going on around the world but that's also outside the paradigm. The paradigm is going to have to change because go Beckley Tepi recently late nineties early two thousands through a giant crankshaft into like hey how're. Are you gonNA explain this in so far the paradox the existing paradigms cannot inc just impaired on has a problem with what I'm talking about two in. That's why it's almost like when somebody's paradigm is threatening. There's like blindness. That actually sets in. If your wife is cheating on you in it. We'll take over your whole world. Your Gut is going to know it before your mind admits you're going to actually be blind to the evidence while your gut is like I know no something's going on in your mind is like I'm not gonNA look. I'M NOT GONNA look over there. I'M NOT GONNA look over there so and I would say that when you're talking about conspiracy that's going on in the United States right now. There's all kinds of evidence that people don't even WanNa look at well. That's always been the case. GotTa move on next story. Sorry let's go to authentic self. Thank authentic self for three hundred okay three hundred. That's very conservative but I like the pick alright so would I would argue people might say man. I think I understand what he's saying that all the myths are based on the stars stars. But why would they do that. In why would somebody want to get rid of that may not usually emphasize the conspiratorial part too much but what I I would argue. Is that the ancient wisdom that is given to the world that is given to virtually every coacher on the planet like I said when I say I've written Britain five thousand pages. I'm not bragging. I'm saying there's so much evidence there that it's almost it's almost hard to write a short book about it. My my most recent book is nine hundred pages. I don't you know it's not really the way you market a book but I wanted to show it all in one place but when I say I've written five thousand pages the next sentences sentences in I've only barely scratched the surface only barely scratched the circuses plenty of cultures. I haven't even gotten to there's plenty of stuff in one culture that could make ten bucks even one book of the Bible I could write a series just on the stories in genesis in the connection to the stars let alone the Muhab hot sort of ancient India which is like seven times longer than the Odyssey in the only combined in it's all based on the stars I radar unit shown some of those connections so when I say five thousand pages in its only scratched the surface. It's what I'm saying is every culture. Has this ancient wisdom. What what was it doing and why was based on the stars well at this point? I've got some suggestions are not going to be dogmatic. Nick I can be dogmatic about the evidence and say look this constellation is clearly lining up with this in this in this what it means now now we're getting into a little bit more of my interpretation but after studying it for ten years pretty intensively I would argue that one of the things it's doing is is conveying to US messages in an esoteric way like Mr Meow Guitar Daniel sign and conveying profound messages to Mr Miyagi Todd Daniel signed with wax on wax are something that seemed totally different from what he was actually teaching Karate Herati. Mr Miyo wasn't trying to hide karate from Daniel son he was trying to explain karate to Danielson but it involved some things that were profound that were invisible so to speak hard to grasp and by the way Danielson also came from He wasn't a very very trusting individual because he'd been he he was a a very doubting individual he'd been burned a lot. He was might even argue traumatized and isolated some who really was and but the natural question that rises up was who would do this. Why would they do it in that way way right because because hold on because you talk about this I've heard so many interviews with you and we didn't interview before and it seems like we get up to this point and we talk about all this great stuff and reintegrating with yourself in the twins and isn't that which fantastic stuff all into that that leads me man? That's me manual spiritual seeker but what you're saying really begs these questions of who would do do this in such a manner is this because if we accept your five thousand pages then there was a this is like a very human kind of teaching. Thank you know this allegory with look at the stars. When you look up here? Remember this story and then this story. You should apply hi it this way that's not a thunderbolt near death experience voice of God kinda stuff. That's your second grade teacher sure kind of stuff who did this and why did they feel that it was important to teach in this way this kind of perennial wisdom yeah good obviously it was quote unquote a Kung Fu master but not a Kung Fu master but it's like misdemeanor you missed me ought ought to be a master he already had to be he had to have karate or through or whatever he was teaching in his bones to such a degree that he could say well. How can I teach this to this guy? Guy Invent wax on wax off. You already had been no profound things to come up with this system. Let me just say that now now when you say it's like second grade stuff you maybe it is. Maybe a lot of our problems started in our second grade age or earlier because look that's a given that's a given I'm just I don't want to get off on that thing okay. I'm just saying in terms of these are not like you know quantum physics kind of stuff. This is kind of basic kind of stuff so keep going but I want. You also get what you Mr. Mia Regi is visiting all the you know you gotta bring it back to the to to the profundity of the totally busting the paradigm in the crankshaft and thousands of researchers around the world who don't get it. I mean make that connection. How do you have Mr Biaggi on all these different places right so like I said before I don't actually believe that you have to have a Mr Miyagi figure or a coaxial figure moving from continent to continent distributing the same system it could also be from a very ancient civilisation or ancient culture could have been worldwide could have been in one one area? We don't know that was wiped out or nearly wiped out by a cataclysm and there's plenty of evidence on our planet for cataclysms whether they're solar flares like professor Robert schalk argues for solar activity could actually make the whole ground radioactive for decades where people have to actually live underground could have been some kind of impact from some sort of object in outer space like Graham Hancock in Randall Carlson have been talking a lot about recently that caused the the remnants of that cataclysm who had their memory of all this very profound in advanced in. Maybe they were also technologically advanced. I mean we you see all these giant stones all around the world and then they they had their basically live underground for a long time and then they repopulated or spread around in over the thousands of years though is stories changed in different climates like you said the nor Smith's have a very different field from the midst of the Pacific or the midst of ancient India and they're living in a very different climate that's part of the reason why they had a different culture and different landscape that they were in in different. Gods took on a different flavor but an explanation could it'd be instead of someone going around horizontally traveling in a boat across the oceans that they all descend from a tree from some ancient predecessor sources now forgotten gotten in that potentially was wiped out or nearly wiped out by some kind of cataclysm but let me also go back to your point about will this is simple second grade stuff. I would say look this is profound mastery stuff. Let me just say we're living in a culture that is severely traumatized so we haven't got this figured out if we've got millions of people dying from addiction that's because you're separated from your authentic. Self is what the psychologists and psychiatrists a Chi- trysts Dr Gabor metais Dr Peter Levin say look I dealt with addicts in downtown East Vancouver for decades and I never met one single addict who wasn't traumatized as a child. I never met one single female who came into my clinic who wasn't actually sexually abused as a child so trauma. The.

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