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Cuomo Apologizes For ‘Misinterpreted’ Comments, Refers Sexual Harassment Investigation To New York Attorney General
"Hour, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo acknowledged for the first time It's some of his behavior with women had been misinterpreted as unwanted flirtation and said he would cooperate with a sexual harassment investigation led by the state's attorney general. Here's correspondent Ed O'Keefe. Cuomo's calling on the state's attorney general to appoint an independent investigator to look into the allegations detailed in today's New York Times Attorney General Letitia James said that the governor had to formally requested investigation in order for her office to launch one Latest allegations comes the governor's also facing a federal investigation into how he oversaw in nursing homes during the pandemic, notably today, Even the White House press secretary said that President Biden Ah, long time ally of Cuomo, backs an independent investigation. All of this could affect Cuomo's plans to run for an unprecedented fourth term. In
Kelly Clarkson and Jill Biden bond over divorce: 'I think over time you heal,' says first lady
"Well, if you've been watching the Kelly Clarkson show the new fun game to play is how long will it take in this episode before she mentions her divorce? She had first lady Jill bite and the doctor's me Dr Jill Biden on yesterday and Dr Joe is also familiar with divorce because she went through it herself. I want to tell you, Kelly. I mean, this is what I would say to you if I were your mother. You know, my mother always said to me things. They're gonna look better tomorrow. And if you could take one day at a time, things will get better. And, you know, I look back on it now, and I think if I hadn't gotten divorced, I never would have met Joe. I wouldn't have the beautiful family I have
"dr joe" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald
"But why nobody likes to do anything soda absolutely definitely and it's gone so much to the point. I've recently traveled going to watch my son play in hockey as end. My wife and i were flying. Southwest airlines and i name them because i hope it affects their flights. I was dead asleep on this flight in one of the flight. Attendants actually poked me. Woke me up and told me that my mask had fallen down over my nose. And i needed to pull back and you said i. I looked at her with a scowl in and and pulled it back up. She walked by me. And i pulled it back down and went back to sleep. Well lo i love. I love how in your this is. Why you're on my show living fearlessly with lisa mcdonald. Because i mean i mean honestly i don't like the people who just do what's politically correct for the stage crazy. It's gotten ridiculous. I think that's what's led to a lot of people's downfalls hardships. That's i mean all those kinds of things and i mean again. I'm no medical expert. But even within the medical community you get people arguing different camps of thought which itself. She'd make anybody want to think critically and do their research outside of cnn and fox news. And i mean what are the most basic things about the immune system which people have to understand is a large part of the defensive. Immune system is in your skin. It's in the inner lower and outer layers of your skin where all of the recognition molecules for for things that are coming in outside the body because a lot of them are result of skin contact and a vaccine puts a needle through all of that protective layer right into beyond the skin and puts that you know. It's it's disease if you will into your body so your body can see it and try to mount a resistance to it but it's just is counterproductive that you're skipping most of your immune system to try to get your immune system to see what you wanted to react. Can you see the. Yeah that contradiction. Yes obviously absolutely so. I know you're you're estimation of thinking. Things would be back to so called normal last summer but based on now being able to more reflectively attribute a lot of this to the hype and the fear mongering and stuff based on that being the culture of what's going on what would be your new projection. I'm hoping that this is gone within sixty to ninety days of it. It's it's just it. You look at the numbers of countries that are completely opened without all of the jakonen restrictions and their infection rates are mirroring. Some of what we see in the united states so If you can just get people to keep washing their hands and stopped breathing on each other. You're gonna be much better off in the virus. This breakout this pandemic or planned him. If you want to call it gonna go away. It's it just depends on who's cambier in and who you're believing and you can always follow.
"dr joe" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald
"It doesn't make sense me from a risk profile to do that. I'm gonna. i'm going to rely on my immune system and being ninety nine percent or better at able to beat this virus so if If i don't have to take it i'm not gonna take okay fantastic so i'm glad you brought back risk profile. Kazakh was my next question So if we take into account what would be involved in a risk profile. Now let's just say that a particular individual who may fall in the category of what would be considered essential like a healthcare worker. Somebody in the front lines. It's combating this. So they're in there in the terrain during the trenches with all of this. But let's say personally speaking if evaluating the risk profile they themselves would be of similar mindset to you you know. I want to allow my immune system to take care of this. You know looking back on my medical history. I consider myself to be quite healthy. It might be that they have no choice anyway but if you take strictly from You know just a controversial issue. Where if if if it wasn't imposed on them that they had to take it but taking into account their risk profiles supports that they wouldn't necessarily feel it would be in their best interest as well similar to yourself. Dr joe to take it you know. What do you do in that situation. Where your personal risk profile contradicts your line of work. Sometimes that In more times than not that decision is made for you and Although i don't agree with that if the decision is made for you than your choices either toe the liner go to something else so more times than not those folks even though they think they don't need the vaccine they're gonna end up getting a vaccine so Those are your your your physicians and nurses in your orderlies. End your oh architects and your. Emt's in your ambulance drivers and your assisted living caregivers in all of these people. Even a firefighters and police officers and the people that are coming in contact with their share of public those types of positions generally have a mandate from the person in charge that we're going to get our people vaccinated to provide the best case scenario for moving forward to fight this and those people they don't have any choice So i don't agree with that but more times than not. That's what's going to happen and There should be a process where someone can say. You know what. I disagree with that. Here's my reasonings. here's my waiver. And so on and so forth. I accept full risk and responsibility in my choices but i don't know that that's going to be a an avenue of viable pathway to allow autonomy in this decision making the process is is very much out of the hands of a lot of the medical community. Is that the politically correct way to say. It doesn't matter on my show. Okay i think the the there. There's a lot of people with a lot more power than a lot of people that work for a living that are gonna tell the people that work for living what they have to do in order to keep working bengal.
Baseball Hall of Fame pitcher Phil Niekro has died at 81
"And Braves Hall of Fame pitcher Phil Niekro has passed away Knox. He was woven into the Braves fabric, says a team statement. For more than two decades, Phil Niekro tied up hitters with his knuckleball winning 318 games, mostly with the Braves. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1997 distinctive and memorable words from baseball commissioner Rob Manfred to describe Niekro. Ducks. He had battled cancer in his later years. Phil Niekro Dead at
Vice President Elect making campaign stop in Atlanta
"To Georgia for campaign rally in support of Republican Senate candidates. January 4th the night before the twin run offs, the president tweeting the announcement. Republican senators Kelly Leffler and David Perdue face Democrats Raphael, Warnock and John also Off lots of campaign events here in Georgia on Monday tomorrow ahead of that Senate runoff election. Details from WSB is Robin Wolinsky. On Monday, Kamila Harris coming to town. Campaigning for the Democrats, Jonah Soften Raphael Warnock. She's scheduled to make two stops. One in Swanny, The other in Columbus of aka Trump will be here campaigning for the Republican Senators David Perdue and Kelly Leffler. Ivanka, scheduled to make three stops one and Milton, Swanee and Walton County. Nine. Brave
Atlanta Mayor Bottoms’ adviser confirms she declined offer to join Biden’s Cabinet
"Atlanta Mayor Keisha Leon's bottoms turns down the spot in President elect Joe Biden's Cabinet top adviser for mayor Bottoms confirms she was offered a role in the Cabinet but respectfully declined. Several top Democrats have reported the bottoms was in the running to Leave the small business Administration, but the mayor's office didn't say which Cabinet role was offered. Bottoms was vetted for vice president before Biden selected Kamila Harris is his running mate. The mayor has one year left on her chairman, plans to run for
Helping Kids (And Parents) Cope During COVID-19
"For the kids in our lives and i'm talking children and teenagers. The last eight months have been many things. Maybe it was fun at first. I know it was for my kids. When the possibility of school closing felt more like a snow day or maybe five snow days. Yeah but the novelty is way gone now and it's been replaced for many people with frustration sadness apathy eight even depression anxiety in kids wondering will i get sick will someone i know or love. Get sick so we are going to start with a little bit of good news. That should help. Ease some of that worry the next couple of minutes through takeaway number one. We're actually inviting you to listen alongside your kids. Yes so go get your kids. Put us on pause all right so hopefully. Now you're back with your kids. Hello kids ankori manja. Thank you for joining us. We're going to try to make this fun. So i called up one of the most respected medical experts in the country when it comes to things like the corona virus and i asked him to talk directly to you. My name is john. I'm a doctor. And i'm a public health a right. This is actually harder than what's a good way to describe me. Well one way to describe him is. He's dean of the school of public health brown university. And for you kids out there. What you need to know about that is he. Basically studies not one patient at a time. But how we all as a community and as a broad community a country how we get sick in patterns and how we can take care of our. Dr jaw says one of the biggest things that we've learned about the coronavirus kids is a kids generally. Don't get very sick from this virus so for most kids. Dr joe says corona virus is almost like a cold but this is still really important. Kids need to make sure that they do not spread it to other people and that's where the science has changed a little bit so you probably remember early on when everybody was like. Wash your hands. Wash your hands sing the birthday song twice. Don't touch your face. don't touch anything. Well that's not necessarily wrong. Dr john says but we don't think that it spreads so much from surfaces though. We do still think it's important to wash your hands. The most important thing is really about making sure you wear a mask and keep some outages from other people and that gets us right to take away number one pretty basic but apparently some people still need reminders. Share mask so when you talk when you breathe when you cough basically the air that comes out of your mouth can have the virus in it so we tried to come up with a metaphor comparison. It's really gonna help you. Kids understand why. It's so important to wear a mask and what we came up with. Dr john is your mouth works. Kind of like a can of bug spray so when you push the button on the top and droplets come out. Well works the same way when you open your mouth and you talk were saying or you cough droplets that come out of your mouth. Might have covert in. Even if you don't feel sick right now so now imagine what happens if you put a mask over that kangbuk spray sort of a funny idea putting a mask on bug spray but if you did the amount of bug spray somebody else would get is very very tiny so you can think of it this way. We wear masks to protect ourselves but also to protect others and that is really cool because you know who else was a mask to protect other people. I know you're doing a great job. Being superheroes and i just want you to continue to do it. That is a friend of the show. Rosemary truly oh. She works at sesame workshop. She is one of the very smart people behind sesame street and this superhero image rosemary. Says is a great opportunity to help our kids feel powerful. Edifying when you know. Everybody feels kind of powerless. So she wants all of you out there to know you are playing such an important role in keeping others around you. Healthy except for batman. Somebody really needs to tell batman that his mask is upside down. Yeah he should probably call somebody about that now. If you're a little bit older it might not be a bad idea to take this a step further. How are we going to be up sanders and make sure that everyone in your friend group is staying safe. you know. Maybe you're hanging out with friends and the park. Maybe somebody's mask slips down. You could try saying something like maybe like. I need to get my grandma safe. So do you mind taking a step back on your mask. All the way i want us all to be safe and be able to keep playing together can kind of try it out because people feel shy about this. Even grownups feel shy about it. Honestly i it's good to practice all right so the kids part of this podcast is over now so i just wanted to say to all of you out there. Thank you for. Listening was super fun. Yes and thanks so much for keeping everybody safe. I just want to reassure all of you. What your mom and dad or your aunt or uncle or grandparents have been telling you. This is going to end all right. Just keep
"dr joe" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan
"Who are not white on the they take it on like maybe there is something wrong with making. I love the stories where the woman's go. Fuck yourself. This is my outfit. You know even if she still gets thrown off. Like i think they're in a. Yeah that's how. I think it is overly fetishizes. They're overly sexual and then they get punished for. Yeah yeah. I think like from what we have spoken about. It sounds like the population that you see this the most with in terms of gender our since gender white men. Oh god yes. Y'all yes game and come in here and there about it. Rarely do i see a lesbian coming to my office with this gender white men and often they have deep religious convictions Yeah someone did actually bring up the church in their question. And now i cannot find. Let me say this finding it. Because i feel super strong about this getting stronger every year. That goes by why. I value a church teaching when church and synagogue and organized religion knows nothing about sex they get zero sexual training. They know nothing about sex education and yet here. They are telling you how to be sexual or not. It's ridiculous and pathetic from the religious point of view and what people really start to feel that way. Yeah i feel so strongly about it. I was like okay preach preach. It makes me so angry. I joke joking. Say because of the jewish everything was in hebrew. So i didn't understand a word. They were saying. I didn't get all that change but the rest of people that and i had to work almost like a minister sometimes or a priest in my in the room and how people recognize you were taught by people that nothing about sex it off. Yeah well that's i mean that's even within just are schooling. You know our health. Ed teachers what education they receive on saxon yet. We're receiving sex education from them. Yeah this this question about the church was is it. Real is extradition real in church so many people claimed it was but i just masturbated normally See that's the problem is normal. Nobody can out there same. What's normal and the thing. Is i understand why i was one of them. Sex addiction of name. It gave me a treatment modality but it was harmful. It's abusive and they want to say something about porn because people don't understand the science around porn is yes they've shown people watching porn and have all the signs around it but they're watching porn. They're not masturbating to porn. So we don't know what the brain looks like. We don't really know what's going on when someone's watching and masturbating but we do know that the brain lights up when they're watching it not masturbating in the same way the brain lights up when you listen to a beautiful gospel him or when you're watching puppies play on youtube but we don't say you're going to get addicted to puppies onto you or gospel hymns right. It's tom my boyfriend. He just keeps watching all these puppies on youtube. And it's just really. I think he's. He's addicted to the golden retriever puppies. And you know. I feel because now. I'm going to be sensitive. But i mean that is that is such a good point and i think even i mean maybe just if you can share a little bit especially because you are one of the directors of modern therapy institute about like the regulations and the education around sexual health because for folks who are marriage and family therapists. I know people that really listen to podcasts of me like rant about this that like even couples therapists they get maybe one course in sexuality your basic you know mental health counselor one chorus in sexuality and so to actually get help with Sexual problems with experience with processing and exploring sexuality like you gotta make sure that you're seeing someone who was actually studied sexuality and there's a lot of confusion for folks around this because we hear you know people at church and we hear people in school talking about this and it's just kind of like assumed. Oh well they're teaching. They're talking on this subject. So like yeah. They're they're a person of authority and so therefore you know what they're saying is true. And i need to listen to that and a lot of it is fear based which i think makes us kind of automatically like. Oh okay yeah no. I'm going to follow that but you know. There's a huge lack of regulation around the education for professionals insects. And who can even call themselves. You know sex educator or sexologist wondering if you can maybe speak to that a little bit. Yeah sure so. The truth is the mental health. Field has led us down. The trauma field has let us down and couples therapy. Feels let down because it does not include sexual health and it really has banned. It really wouldn't let in sexual health. People think i'm gonna couple therapists. They're going to understand how to do sex. And and help us be sexual. Nope even with sex addiction therapist people think they're sex therapists. They are not so. The consumers really should ask their therapist. How much sexual health training have you received. And what type and you have any certifications. So the regulations are you can't people can say in our field their sex therapists. I don't think you can do that. In florida's only florida florida's the only state everywhere else here in washington. I could be like. I'm a sex therapist. Because i talked to my client about sex and how zero road training in it literally have my masters in clinical mental health counseling with one course in sexuality and i could sit here with zero certification and say i'm a sex therapist. It's really wrong. It's as bad to me as saying. I'm lgbtq affirmative therapists when. I've never taken any trainings. I'm just friendly. I just get you know. I'm just like so really you ask them if they're certified so a sacked american association of Educators counselors and therapists is a certifying body. And so you want to ask what program do they go to. And where did they learn. Really you're in our program and you're spending hours hundreds and hundreds of hours supervision in in trainings and thinking about it. You're you're working on your dissertation desensitize you and educate you But saint no one can say there are certified sex therapist through asec. I guess outside of that. I have seen people say certified but they're not a sect and eight hundred. Is the gold standard in this field and it is in quote like it's a lot of work certain thank you. I feel like it's definitely not super accessible for folks but you know when i first concert talking about sex addiction. I was like yeah. Okay you know look to the ds. I'm not in their look to a sack not in there and certainly like. Dsm has its own hetero normative patriarchal problems to begin with allergy. But still there is a lot of credible valuable information in there as well. But i do think we always have to question these things and and really try to zoom out and have an intersectional lens as we look at these things and i think for me. The biggest thing around sex addiction.
"dr joe" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan
"You know he's a sex addict and he needs to get health. Like how do you transition and how you work with someone with this new kind of Awareness around the shame of sex addicts. That's great and by the way took a long time to get out of that community. It was like being in a cult and they were so mean to me. It was so awful. I mean i had people that i've known for twenty twenty five years and i was high up in the in the community highly regarded. So it's terrible leave but But once i did and and found my legs so people come in and it is usually the case. And i even though. I'm gay a lot of my books are written for lgbt. I seventy five percent of my practice straight heterosexual mixed sex couples where the white is coming in. And she's telling us that she's basically. She's having a disgust response. And she's telling me that he's disgusting. That's really what it is and she'll say to him. You're either a pervert or a sex addict. i'm not stay married to a pervert so you better be a sex addict. So then what choice does this guy have. Wants to stay married to her. So what i do now is. I say this is a sexual problem. Not a sexual addiction as a couple you have a sexual problem. What help you work this through. You don't like what he's doing work on that he's he'll say well i don't like it either but he really does. He doesn't have permission because he doesn't want to hurt her. He's at odds with that. He doesn't understand what's going on he's experiencing loss of control and you can hear my wording. He's experiencing lots of control. It doesn't mean he is out of control and rather than than pathologists behavior. And what. He's done i look at the relationship with what he's doing you know how. How is it serving him. What does it mean for most of us. This is a whole other podcast. Usually what people get off on an orgasm to an and fantasize about has threads to their childhood has rents to their past. There's a reason we do what we do. And what we lights go there. With the couple's yeah. Yeah so how. Like for folks. Who i'm sure would be listening to this and be like okay. Yeah but like sex addiction is still a thing though like you can. I think we've identified that like parts of it are sex negative and that we can look at it as a sexual problem. But how is it not an addiction. Like i think. Imagine this person who is sex crazed who is out of control who cannot help themselves. Who is washing porn at work. Who is pain for sex which is not inherently means by that. You're paying for sex that you you know pay for all these different porn accounts that you watch porn every day that you masturbate to three times a day that you wanna have multiple sexual partners. How is that person not a sex addict. and how do we disprove. I guess what does the research if at all say that section sex addiction is or isn't a thing so there's no you can't be addicted. There's nothing to be the to. You can't be addicted. People will say to dopamine or two adrenaline. Are you addicted to your own body chemicals chemistry so you can be habituated you compulsive but the idea that you're out of control That you're addicted to something that means there's an increase in tolerance. Well people look at that as What they're really looking at as you evolve your sexuality evolve. You were introduced to different things like why you like certain kinds of wine and then suddenly you're introduced better wines. Do you like. They have different kinds of wines and people when they had difficulty stopping. It's because they don't want to stop but they're being forced to stop because of some external reasons And i really try to stay in touch with their. What's what's healthy and what's normative for them. And lot of times people had feel so much shame they will fight against their own sexual interests. And when you go to war with your sexual in when you go to war with your sexual self you cause more problems than when you started so you never want to go to war. It's a jack. Marin is a sex therapist who said that when you go to war with your sexuality you will lose cause more chaos than when you started. Yeah yeah and. I think a lot of the reasons why people do fight. Those things are because they don't fit into this image that we've been fed on mainstream of what love is and how relationships look and therefore what our sex life should look like and are really relationships sex education that we receive that basically is like we missionary and the pianist goes into the vagina. And then you get pregnant and then you live happily ever after and outside of that you're gonna get aids and die. That's literally what we're taught me. I think for like some of the questions that people around sex addiction was like. When does sex become an addiction signs to look for. How do you know if you're a sex addict and how the heck do even know if you're addicted to it. What does extradiction typically look like for women. I love this one. This sounds shitty. But like is it real. And how common is it. Yeah you know. We don't have the answers to these things because everybody's sexual and erotic blueprints are different. But i will say this. This is what i was trying to remember. There are six principles of sexual health. And this is from doug brown harvey and michael vigorito and i love this so these these principles are now. This is designed for men. Not for women but i think women could still benefit from these principles is a is it right. Could you want it to be consensual on. Both sides is non-exploitative right. You're not as being exploited or not. Exploited is an honest with this other person is it shared values. So we're both interested in this to some degree is it protected from fbi's std's unwanted pregnancies and is it pleasurable on both sides. I think what what they're saying if you can't line these things up and something's wrong that's how you know that something might not be rice. It doesn't mean you're a sex addict it you have a sexual problem Yeah yeah and i think like when i i did a little bit of work when like substance abuse rehabilitation and dealing with folks who did have drug and alcohol addiction and one of the big things was like a is causing dysfunction in your daily life. Like you're losing your job break. And i think i at least haven't heard of any instances where like people can't stop themselves from masturbating or can't stop themselves from like having sex with someone and i understand like addiction looks differently for different people but i think that there's like this image that folks have someone who's addicted to sex that they just cannot help themselves and they are destroying their lives. And just because it's a problem for your partner and that they don't like it doesn't mean like and it causes dysfunction within your relationship doesn't necessarily mean that it's now addiction a problem now. There are people that can't stop so they may have impulse. We have mental health diagnosis already. Established we have bipolar impulse control. Problems people have high testosterone. They have high sex drive. So they are high sense sensation-seekers There's lots of reasons why people do what they do. And we normalized high sensation seekers when they climb mountains draft jump on a plane. We think that's great. But if the guy's going to get in naked and masturbate while he's jumping out of a plane now or climb out. Now we're like whoa. Whoa what's he do. You know like it's radha phobia. People have already decided have a negative experience around something that's erotic rather than not arachnophobia. Haven't heard that the. I love edward. It's just sex. Yeah well. I think particularly we see that i see that with heterosexual white women in their monogamous relationships. That there is this arachnophobia on their partners and the stereotypes of men being these pigs. You just can't get enough sacks and it's just disgusting.
Trump 'ashamed' to have endorsed Republican Georgia governor
"For for endorsing endorsing the the Republican Republican governor governor of of Georgia Georgia Brian Brian Camp. Camp. After After he he lost lost in in the the state state to to Democrat Democrat Joe Joe Biden. Biden. Trump Trump said said on on Fox Fox News that governor Camp had done absolutely nothing to question the state's results. And they had judges making deals and they had electoral officials. Making deals like this character in Georgia is a disaster and the governors there nothing he's done absolutely nothing. Machine that I endorsed him. The president will be in Georgia on Saturday to help the campaign for Senators Leffler and Purdue in the runoff election. Georgia moves up to number 11 and the new
Biden campaign eyes Georgia with 9 days left until election day
"For the Biden campaign in the final week before Election Day. The Biden campaign says the former vice president will make his first stop Tuesday in Warm springs, home of former President Franklin Roosevelt's private retreat known as the Little White House. Later, he'll hold a drive in rally in Atlanta to encourage people to cast their ballots in the last week of early voting. His wife, Dr Jill Biden, will be in Georgia on Monday. WSB Jennifer
Trump declares 'I get it,' then briefly leaves hospital
"A video today told his supporters to get ready for something special. I'm about to make a little surprise visit and then He briefly emerged taking a quick ride in an SUV. CBS News reporter Rebecca Kaplan president Trump just made an unscheduled trip outside of Walter Reed Military Medical Center toe Wave hello to dozens of supporters who had gathered there to wish him well in his fight against Cove in 19 president has been hospitalized since Friday. He was not expected to leave the hospital today, but came out because of the hundreds of supporters who had gathered outside waving flags and honking to signal their support. Mr Trump in
Diageo to Buy Ryan Reynolds Aviation American Gin for up to $610 million
"Well, the Movie Star and Entrepreneur Ryan Reynolds certainly had something to celebrate this week. His Liquor Brand Aviation American gin is being acquired by the world's largest spirits business on Monday. Reynolds. Announced that Dr. Joe is buying the Startup Jim. Maker for up to six hundred, ten, million dollars the the fourteen billion dollar owner of brands like Johnnie Walker Whisky Tanqueray Gin and Guinness Al among others. The deal is a coup for Reynolds a Rakish forty-three-year-old celebrity actor best known for his performances a superhero with a twisted sense of humor in the twenty sixteen movie deadpool. It's also a testament to reynolds star turn as a copywriter. Reynolds bought an ownership stake in aviation in two thousand eighteen and became its brand ambassador. He applied his quirky provocative sense of humor to the task to here's just one example remember the Peleton ad that went viral in a bad way the one where the poor Peleton wife played by actress Monica, Rees appear to be exercising against her will to satisfy her sexist tons desire for skinny spouse. Well, Reynolds decided to help his career and Tro Peleton at the same time he cast releasing an ad for. In it, she in two friends are sitting at a bar, their nursing MARTINIS. She looked downcast while her two friends look on with concern. The peleton wife then downs, the entire Martini and the friends pass there's to her the implication of course, is that she has left the suddenly abusive husband on social media just to make sure we all got the joke Reynolds wrote Hashtag exercise bike not included naturally that ad went viral in a good way. It was cheeky ads like these along with Reynolds thirty, six, million instagram followers. And fans on other social media platforms that helped aviation sales skyrocket revenues grew in triple digits in both twenty, eighteen and twenty nineteen making it what Fast Company called the fastest growing super premium gin and the World Diario who's Gordon's? Gin. Brand is the world's largest was watching closely just three years ago. The conglomerate bought a Tequila brand from George Clooney valuing it at a billion dollars. That brand has performed rather well for Dr Geo. Now Aviation's biggest rivals have become family with the acquisition both tanker and Gordon's GIN become sister brands to aviation. The deal doesn't allow Reynolds to simply take the money and like the superhero he plays deadpool run he'll stay on as an owner and the brand's ambassador presumably for the next decade Diarios paying three hundred, thirty, five, million dollars now and offering an early of two hundred seventy, five, million dollars more over the next ten years depending on aviations performance
Georgia's Cherokee County closes third high school for COVID-19 concerns
"The third Cherokee Height County High school to temporarily close over covert 19 case is already closed earlier this last week at AWA and Woodstock High School. Here's a video packed gathering of University of North Georgia students at a party on the day before school starts. Video, which has gone viral shows a huge gathering near the campus in Dillon Agha, with very few people wearing masks. The governor's
New Jersey's Nearly 600 School Districts Given Option to Open Remotely in the New School Year
"Are are getting getting ready ready for for the the school school year year in in New New Jersey, Jersey, Governor Governor Murphy Murphy announced announced a a reversal reversal and and district's district's would would be be allowed allowed to to have have all all remote remote learning. learning. W's W's Tim Tim Jimenez Jimenez has has more from Cherry Hill. Earlier in the summer, the governor was calling for districts to have at least some in person learning. But during his latest news conference, he said all remote is an option if districts meet certain criteria, and they have a plan in place for one day, getting kids back in the classroom, he added, There's no one size fits all approach to reopening. Think there's a very good decision because there is actually a lot of parents that where You were feeling very uncomfortable. That's one parent speaking to NBC 10. As for the districts. One example is Cherry Hill Superintendent, Dr Joe Melosh says they're going forward and allowing families to choose either a hybrid schedule or an all remote one. But he's warning parents. It's all fluid. We will continue to work with. Our return to school committees are building based bandana response teams, the Board of Education. If any changes need to be made other examples Camden and Willingboro. The public schools there are going full remote to start the year in Cherry Hill. Tim Human is carrot W NEWS radio for the second time
New Jersey's nearly 600 school districts given option to open remotely in the new school year
"Are are getting getting ready ready for for the the school school year year in in New New Jersey, Jersey, Governor Governor Murphy Murphy announced announced a a reversal reversal and and district's district's would would be be allowed allowed to to have have all all remote remote learning. learning. W's W's Tim Tim Jimenez Jimenez has has more from Cherry Hill. Earlier in the summer, the governor was calling for districts to have at least some in person learning. But during his latest news conference, he said all remote is an option if districts meet certain criteria, and they have a plan in place for one day, getting kids back in the classroom, he added, There's no one size fits all approach to reopening. Think there's a very good decision because there is actually a lot of parents that where You were feeling very uncomfortable. That's one parent speaking to NBC 10. As for the districts. One example is Cherry Hill Superintendent, Dr Joe Melosh says they're going forward and allowing families to choose either a hybrid schedule or an all remote one. But he's warning parents. It's all fluid. We will continue to work with. Our return to school committees are building based bandana response teams, the Board of Education. If any changes need to be made other examples Camden and Willingboro. The public schools there are going full remote to start the year in Cherry Hill.
Nine people test positive for COVID-19 at Georgia school seen in viral images
"Update on the situation at North holding High High school school following following a a picture picture that that went went viral viral showing showing students students crammed crammed in in the the hallway hallway at at the the height height of of the the pandemic. pandemic. As As a a result, result, nine nine covert covert cases cases at at that that school school the the school school will will not not will will not not Have Have face face to to face face learning learning at at that that high high school school tomorrow tomorrow or or Tuesday, Tuesday, while while the the school school is is deep deep claimed. claimed. Instead, Instead, there there will will be be virtual virtual learning. learning. Hannah Hannah Waters was the student who originally posted the video. I'd like to say that this is some good and necessary trouble. She again was suspended but again was to report to school on Monday. But again no school no face to face learning at North Paulding High School on Monday or Tuesday. School officials will decide on Tuesday night whether to reopen Meantime, that North Paulding high School students initial suspension for what she did. State lawmaker takes action.
ICE's Atlanta field office targeted in overnight destructive demonstration
"Ice Federal building in downtown Atlanta on Ted Turner Dr. Targeted by Vandals still trying to figure out who Channel two action news reporter Lauren Pose and tells us windows were broken and spray painted used to deface property. Also, security cameras were destroyed. This is the immigration and customs and field office. Federal agents, along with homeland security investigators collect evidence and work to determine how much damage was
Sahara dust cloud causes Code Orange Air Quality Alert for Metro Atlanta
"Wearing a mask well it may come in handy as metro Atlanta's under code orange for air quality the same hair and dust cloud is moving over Georgia and the state department of public health says the same mask you're wearing to prevent the spread of Kobe nineteen could help protect you from the dust especially if you have a chronic lung condition while the dust plume moves our way every year it's extra dance this year can cause eye nose and throat irritation for anyone and may cause wheezing and people with allergies and asthma WSP center for
Coronavirus death toll surpasses 500,000 worldwide
"The worldwide death toll in the covert nineteen pandemic has surpassed a half million people with more than ten million confirmed
Interim chief to Atlanta officers: "You have my support."
"After a tough week as Atlanta's interim police chief Rodney Bryan addresses problems with morale and sick out Bryant admitted that weeks of protests and charges against two officers in the shooting death rates are Brooks have taken a toll on his officers a PD family I'm here for you I believe in you you have my support I want you to know that you also have the mayor support Brian didn't say how many officers are called out sick but he did admit the number is higher than average still he says if you call nine one one a police officer will respond Jennifer Perry ninety five point five W. S. B.
"dr joe" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode
"Well today we're going to be talking about that very thing and I'm very honored to have Dr Joe Luciana with me today. Dr Luciana. Are you in mindfulness mode today? I certainly am I think my daughter action teaches mindfulness at the school system in our folk town and she asks me that question every time we pick up the phone dad right now. So you're quite used to answering this question. Well I just WANNA share a bit about you. Dr Luciana Dr Luciano has been practicing has been a practicing clinical psychologist for more than forty years. And he's the internationally author of the Self Coaching series of books which is now published in ten languages and his latest book. I'm quite excited about this book. Mindful tribe it's called on learning anxiety and depression the four step self coaching program to reclaim your life. So how would you feel if you could actually self coach in order to help yourself? Well that's what. This book is about and Dr Lucia. Any appears frequently on national television radio and online and has been featured in numerous national media sites so Dr Luciana. Let's start with mindfulness. What does mindfulness mean to you? What's your definition? My definition of mindfulness is really anchoring yourself in the presence with anxiety and depression we call it time. Traveling we leave the president who are either in the future with what ifs thinking Reminiscing about said has but we are anywhere but mindful and present I I have often said that if you are mindfully presence in what's right in front of your environment your experience it is quite literally impossible to be anxious or depressed because to be anxious and depressed. You have to leave. That present and travel future passed so mindfulness to me is training yourself to be more in the president now. Are we ever totally in the present? Twenty four seven not really because our brains have been wide to anticipate that protects us from sabertooth tigers and everything else but we practice it and we try to do it more and more and more. It's a better way to live. It's a better way to circumvent getting anxiety depression. Well let's talk about your book Dr Luciana in Your Book. You talk about ways that we can actually deal with depression. Ourselves of it starts to grip bus. So can you. Can you help us through this a little bit well with depression and I usually connect depression anxiety to me their first cousins? Usually you don't see a depression without anxiety and vice versa but with depression and anxiety how what what is important is to realize that we have to look at our thoughts in a different way if we are past of to are thinking than the disruption caused by insecurity driven sinking will have its with us. We're kind of in the backseat insecure driving the truck and we are victim. So the insecurity driven thoughts which we get into if you'd like to at some point but the insecurity driven thoughts will dominate. If we are of what I call passive mind so my book is really a way to Bicol active mind and that's really be able to see the process of thinking in a more personalized way in order to make some choices about the thoughts that flow into reactions. We have right and I love how you start your book off with a story about a frog. Can you share that with us? Thumper yes thumper my all time favorite story there was a. I take everyone to frog land for a second. We live in a swamp you're in the swamp is covered with this brick wall and all the frogs swamp of never seen beyond the wall so generation after generation of fog frogs. Just what's on the other side of the wool? What's On the other side? So one day. The mayor of the trump decides to have a race of the strongest in the Fittest. That they'll run up and try to leap over that wall and able to report back so the day of the race five frogs that are lying and this one sickly from is there. And that's Thumper so. The strong five of there in the gun goes off their careening down the path running toward that wall. Now one thing I have to just stop you for a second because frogs are eternal pessimists so all the frogs on the sidelines yelling stop. Stop. You're GONNA hurt yourself. Stop so the five strong frogs started to listen and they dropped out one by one by one until finally the only frog left in the race was supper. And he's running and running and he takes a leap for the wall gets about halfway up and he's hanging on the pessimistic frogs below is saying Licko will grab the. You can't do it. You can't do it. But thumper kept going. He got to the top of the wall and he was the first frog to ever see beyond the wall and the reason he was able to see beyond wall thumper was. I love that story too. I love that story and it's it's certainly so true that we become blind we become DAF to. What's you know to reality? And I love the fact that your book is so easy to get into and it just pulls the reader right in and then in chapter two you pull us in again because it's entitled to words that Will Change Your Life so could you share that with us. There are two words control and insecurity understanding. Those two boys will give you the foundation to understand everything that you need to go forward. Let's start with insecurity. No-one escapes insecurity. We live in a world where we don't have perfect parents. We all experienced laws separation illness so we all have some degree of insecurity which is a form of vulnerability so as we grow. In order to compensate for vulnerability. We tend to develop controlling strategies. Anticipation where hiding avoidance all these type of things that protect us from feelings of vulnerability with which is not a terrible thing but what happens over. Time is trying to control. The life is inherently stressful. Over time it's like a juggler juggling balls lactic. Acid eventually said sin and what started out as an easy juggled impossible over time our emotional or controlling juggle bills up kind of psychological lactic acid. Eventually that juggle will collapse because of the ongoing cumulative stress and when it collapses that's onset of anxiety and depression so the two things insecurities foundation from which control juggle springs from and the Control Juggle as long as it's working. Insulates has somewhat from getting anxiety or depression but if that control juggle folders that's when symptoms start to occur I now we are relatively defense list right. Why is it that in our society?.
"dr joe" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"Crazy you know what Thursdays or bad days for me. I don't Work Omega or change. You got the power to change what you do every morning. How long do you spend a day doing your work? Creating your future look equis no I I allow for two hours. Typically in the morning for myself in I allow for two hours doesn't mean might take two hours but I like to have my time in the morning I get up early in my time and the rest of the day serving and the rest of the day I'm doing my thing so but in the morning is my time and some days I slip in and it's beautiful and it's easy and I have time to do other things and other days I have to work find the present moment and get beyond myself but if I allow for two hours. usually usually A enough time to make is. Is it a practice? I mean do you. Do you have a practice that you do every morning? It doesn't vary no no I mean I do different things that create Things I mean. There's so much so much to our working so much to what I do but I do like to open my heart rede- So it's a life in understand the value of that creative center and I understand what it does to our immune system to our gene expression into our health a I WANNA start my day from my heart. When on a lead with my heart in my life in the and then I practice breath to dry energy into my brain In then I practiced technique called an open focused to create brain coherence And then when I get the on myself and I'm in the field instead of connected to matter than I. I changed my own orange. Start creating they start creating things. I wanted my life. What was the last time you hawked at someone? First OF WE'RE CRAZY. I don't drive very much because I'm very. I'm on the road three hundred days a year. So this is how this is cool. That a home for awhile. I Assyrian happenstance coincidence. Is this just the definition of the word or is there something bigger to this on? We need a bottle line in two hours for that one BR Okay listen I mean when you synchronize your energy to a future And you understand how to create when you're when you open your heart. Research shows that when energy makes it to heart begins to produce an external magnetic field. It's up to three meters wide now. You have a field to connect to some debt that at energies a frequency and frequency carries information and you have a coherent brain and you can lay cohere thought on that frequency. You're broadcasting a whole new signature into the field you're synchrony Wifi signal and you can synchronize the information so when you synchronize by combining thought feeling a clear intention with an elevated emotion. You're changing your energy. Few can synchronize your energy. You should see synchronous cities in your life. There should be. Coincidences questions is kind of like. You're kidding me. I was just making that or or something is giving you feedback to let you know that you're synchronized and so we want those bigger events to synchronize the when you have like Oh my God. That was the most incredible mystical experience of my life. And I didn't even take any plant. Medicine might be Neil made for me. But I've been practicing awakening that center or the new job the new career the new life the new the new relationship. He'll change in your body. Is Its energy when you change your energy. Change Your Life in if you're thinking and feeling the same way every day than your energy is the same in and you exert very effects on your life so changed your energy and understand how to apply those two principles then the synchronous cities are letting you know that you have a coherent signal and your synchronized future in the more refined incoherent that gets the better. The better the synchronicity. The better the GWYNN's better the source can be in measurement in a in a way I see it as a measurement that tells me let's be no got I'm getting feedback in my life and and I'll believe tomorrow more of the creator of my life unless the victim line victim is the environment controlling my feelings in my thoughts the creators. My feeling thoughts are changing. My Environment. Got One in practice that I want to practice that enough times that I get good at. That's amazing and I will just say that again i. I left Hoffman. After the seven days and I had so much synchronous in coincidence in happenstance in my life that it was mind boggling to me I would just be dumbstruck by it. I couldn't even believe it myself and and it does it did fade. I have to get back to that place. I guess because Because your environment starting to control your feelings and thoughts again returned back to the same person right out actually got Oliver. I just was in. I was in New York. Can I was went to this Shop and I bought Oliver Christmas present and it was funny because I just I bought it. It was wild because I just bought it because it felt like Oliver and it just. I don't know I just loved it so much and I thought he would love it. Even though it was his little plate it was a little plate with a tree on it and had this saying on the best part about it there was so many different symbols that were so representative of how of my transformation and who I felt I was now but the best part about it was this beautiful plate was was just totally imperfect. It was wobbly and didn't sit right and the the the design of the plate the throw of the plate itself just exemplified everything that is perfect this the imperfections of it all it was awesome. The really may face if you could leave us with something for our listeners. Maybe just like one little thing they could do to improve their future selves. Yeah try out. Wake up in the morning and ask yourself this simple question. What is the greatest? Ideal of myself was the greatest expression of myself that I can be today. Let me become conscious of how I don't WanNa think I just want to become so conscious of those thoughts? I won't go unconscious them. I won't let them slip by my awareness. Unnoticed may become aware of how I speak how I act becomes so conscious that I'm not GonNa Complain. Blaner make excuses or feel sorry for myself. Let me become aware of the emotion that I feel on a daily basis is guilt shame and and I wanNA become so conscious of the states mind and body. I won't go unconscious and then we'll do. I want to be when I opened my eyes. What thoughts do I WANNA fire? Wire my brain but behavior so I want to demonstrate in in this day and be active closing your eyes in mentally rehearsing. Who You WanNa be when you open your eyes. All the things you're gonNA do begins when stalled the neurological hardware in your brain to look like you already did it. And if you keep doing it hardware will become a software problem. Start acting like that naturally. And then you ask yourself might gonNA wait for my wealth to feel abundant or generate abundance and and then decide how you're going to condition your body into the emotion of your future in do not get up until you feel that way and then practice sting in that state of your entire day in as an experiment. See what type of changes happened around you as a result of your change in your mind and body Oh I love it. I'm doing it tomorrow. Frank's out and now be my great. So cool was on another level. Thank you nice meeting well. Sibling revelry is executive. Bruce by Kate Hudson Oliver Hud and Simpson Supervising Producers Alison present editor. Is Josh Windisch Music? By Mark? Hudson a uncle Mike..
"dr joe" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"Normal. We gotTA talk. I gotTa talk so they understand this. Say It's not it's not me. It's by biology. This is what happens. This is part of it. You know and so so So the kids get it when I start getting biology and then you teach them about leadership and you teach about values you should matter create reality and teach him a formula you teach them how to go into trance and change their brainwaves and they come up at the end of the event in their life. Dude was tonight that my parents were hippies in and go to your events and now we totally love. This man makes so much sense. And now there's you know families are coming in that and I am not. That's a dream of mine. Combs Awesome family. So what's the best way to handle the the the puberty stage like when they get withdrawn? You're just sort of 'cause I probably do all the wrong things because I'm like wilder fucking just talk to me on own and because I know I'm wrong yet. He wants his independence in. Yeah okay the whole region. He's shutting you out because he thinks you're the biggest hubner Merrill Eighty I've used have you made me. I mean look at the background but a few bessant voice think their fathers are idiots. Their parents are idiots. They don't know what they're doing what they're talking about. And then the father tries to move closer looks more like an idiot right and and the truth is they wanna be left alone in so You check in with them but you you cut them the space and then there's times where they have their space then there's times where there don't other space. They have to engage. There's times when they have to communicate. There's Times where they have to work in produce and those are all part of the things you have to help you help them through with one attitude or another but but if he's if he's twelve is just starting to happen. Ah Wait till yes fourteen. You think he blows it off now. I have a sixteen year old knows all about it already a really hard time especially I think for boys. It's it's hard the social circles keeping up with those things and and their access to technology. You know what I mean. I wrote an article ways back and It was called kidnapped by technology in in one of the interesting things about raising kids with technology. Is that when they game or when they play Or they even tax that The act of breaking through or overcoming Winning or anything a release Doug Amine in the brain dopamine but a lot of meat dopamine the pleasure chemical in the centers get stimulated in what happens is the rush of that much. Dopamine to the cells is overwhelming so the cell closes down in means that the next time. It's it needs more of that stimulation to switch it on us. Like living with his spouse that always yells they gotTa Yell Louder to get your attention cells get desensitized in so the pleasure centers in the brain get cat recalibrated to a higher and higher level. So in the absence of that stimulation. They can't find pleasure from anything so walking the dog or going to see their grandmother or or or addictions addiction. The sunset is just boring because they just blew up a nation or are they just grow and so now you look you look at. We look at learning right and learning should be a reward in of itself and they can't pay attention because they can't switch their brain because it's been over stimulated so the only way they switched their brain on is to get in trouble to act out to get a rush of adrenaline to switch on that alarm system. Just for a momentary rush of awareness and so now you fast forward the kid to adult in their facing challenging or difficult situations in their life and their subconsciously programmed to need something in the world to change the world but there are centers are hijacked to such a high level. Nothing's switching them on. What's the alternative you know? I mean some fortunate put you start. You start believing in the Thinking in the end you can't you can't get you can't get cash out of anything. That's called adhere donation. It's an unfortunate circumstance but When you can't finally get happier your hair before we get going. I do want to talk about little child. A child children child anxiety just only because we were saying before again cake came on that wild or my my oldest sort of has that and it's sort of around his healthy no and you see manifest itself. I feel like I'm doing an okay job with dealing with it but what's the best way to sort of go about dealing with that you know when you think that he is saying is things -iety but there's also a part of you kate? You can probably relate to this where you're like. Well maybe it's not like should we get his stomach you know an MRI honest tummy? More than likely Ali fee has anxiety them. He's in his mind. Picturing a very very Case SCENARIO IN HIS MIND. And he's making that thought so real that his brain is producing the chemistry as if he was living in the future. That's worst-case scenario in the present moment. And he's feeling the fear of the outcome before it's happened right and stimulus response. He's conditioning his body to subconsciously. Become the mind the fear in the rush of the adrenaline starts to become a little bit addictive in. So he has to keep signaling the same chemistry to arousing because it becomes almost like an addict addict dependent on that emotional state so it makes sense than the lay down in bed with him before he goes to sleep and start talking about you and just start talking about what bothers you what you're afraid of Give him an opportunity when he's ready to talk about what it is that he's afraid of in what it is. That's creating sometimes. He's just out of balance because kids that are addicted to technology dependent on technology. They need that fast stimulation. They didn't know they can't get the fast stimulation From TECHNOLOGY THEY GIVE VIGILANT. Now they get anxious and that that becomes a little bit of a of a challenge especially as testosterone levels up. Then everything becomes hyped Ryan. Everything becomes overly stimulated so I think if you find the cause of the sphere and you can work with him and not just analyzing the fear. That does nothing but giving them tools and solutions on how to change the emotion to love in learning how to teach them how to open his heart in. Say This is what I do unless practice it together and let's see what happens. I'm learning to end He'll remember the love you for that because the beginning think it's Corny but in in time he'll really start coming you and I try. I feel like I have to force them. Sometimes you say you just keep going with me here. We need to keep this five minute. Meditations and night. You know it's funny. Actually 'cause I was. I tried to do that where I try to relate to him in some way because I was anxious kid and I had a bout of majoring. Zayed in my early twenties and I try to relate to him in one night. He's long he said to me. He Goes Dad. Look you always tell me this that you had it too but I'm not you know okay. Yeah maybe you're right. Here he goes. I don't I don't feel the same way that you feel. Were different and he became a teacher in a way I was like. Oh well maybe you're right. But I mean but but if he's living fear then his his his digestive system we'll be altered because it goes counter the when you're in survival in your inferior the animal doesn't eat in fear. Animal runs signs or fights and so if you stay in fear all the time blood flow leaves your digestive system Michigan Remedies. You're not in the state. Metabolize your day for healing so the condition becomes very psychosomatic. Mind body because his body's knocking his body out of balance by thought alone and It if if that's the case then The bodies not in a healthy state to metabolize in the end so yeah. He'll have difficulty magician. Wow that's what about gifted children children who are just extremely gifted. You know what what what's going on in their brains at that. Young of an age depends. I mean if you're talking about a savant someone who's you know very very gifted in but but not very functional in daily life will very different Wired very differently than than most people a but very talented children They just have the natural capacity to learn to remember and to execute in to do I mean they. They processed for very quickly N N them while you see children that that are like on the autistic spectrum that also have a very over-focussed frontal lobe very active frontal lobe in there like asperger's super super focused very focused kids and and can focus on one thing for a very very long period of time in in figure things out. So I mean there's just so many. There's so many variations. Yeah Yeah Yeah. What about you know? I Love Moon Cycle solar cycles. Do you believe that there's any science behind any of those things or is that all just sort of like Yeah I'm not a big fan of of Har- scopes in in planet. Let me tell you why and not to say that. I that I don't believe that. Cyclical things that happened. But the person say who for example who obsessing about their life and lives in anxiety and finally has a panic attack and they go to the psyche from the psychic says that mercury is in retrograde and. That's the reason for their panic attack in the state home for the next six months that person's giving their power away to a planet and they're not giving themselves the understanding that they have the power to change. They'll stay home for six months because their psychic told them that in people they. I think they use some of that as an excuse in in so I have. I have some challenges with that when when people when they excuse themselves in meanwhile they're mismanaging their thoughts and emotions and as the whole reason for their anxieties because of that and in so I don't just don't know enough about scientific sample. Like women's for instance like women were very complex and how we work with. We do actually cycle a lot of times whether it be with tied or with the moon cycles. And you know how we connect when we're like whenever I'm travelling with you know we. There's there there is some connectivity to your energy right while Europe has its electromagnetic field and its field is influenced by other large bodies. And I do think that in periods where electromagnetic energy on the earth is at its height. there's also a lot of global activities. That happen as well so so. I do think that there are cycles. I do think that we train in everything's cycle in a rhythm in a pattern of certain whether it's a circadian rhythm with us a lunar pattern. They were all cycles within cycles within cycles so I do think that there's a rhythm That that causes us to respond to To excuse myself I'm not gonNA create today because it's you know mercury in retrograde. I wouldn't say that I created in. I'm not supposed to sign contracts in April. That's.
"dr joe" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"Interesting question on those. Thanks those those Well if you receptors in your brain For those particular chemicals of means your brain probably isn't endogenous machine that makes the same chemicals in so there's a little gland in the back of your brain called the penny of land. In a IT makes Serotonin Nelson in. Those are the brain chemicals that change your brainwaves. The wake up in the morning and go to sleep at night in in psychedelics fit in the same receptors out many of them fit in the same receptors Melatonin but they carry different message so it opens up the door to perception in your opinions. Line actually makes those chemicals that create mystical experience. The transcendental moment But I I think it's a really great way for people to have an insight or a different way to view the world outside of their current neurological circuitry or neuro chemistry. And I do think it opens the door for people to have a greater understanding. I have an challenged by it when people use it all the time to escape from their disease or to escape from live than all of a sudden. It's no longer rich realistic. It no longer has meaning. It's just it's it's used in a very limited way. Bonus created in ritual in ceremony. People have meaning behind it in there. And they're given certain guidance I think It can create a great paradigm shift for a person but I always want people just because you have an insight doesn't mean a change behavior the insight should be something that changes you that when you walk back into Your Life. Your transformed in some way and you're different from the experience. You're more aware you're more. You know more You understand more some vail some conditioning. Some illusionist been removed. And now you're now you're you're more engaged in something. Called license appears to be some filters taken away. I think I think it's healthy for people to do that just but not to not to escape from the right in the medicinal sense as you're sort of speaking of you do think that it is. It can be expanding not just for recreation. But something that is even deeper for your psyche for your mind. Sure sure I mean yes absolutely. There's been good research out of John Hopkins Happens IN I? I've actually I know some scientists Aaron in end they notice that people who never really took any drugs in their life People that were a middle class upper middle class people that were high functioning people That you know had hard knocks in life but you know they. They did well. Those people that had never had any type of experience with drugs had the most profound experiences because it was so virgin so new to them and they just had a huge barons yet so so I mean yeah we want people to see a glimpse of reality of a different place in in experimenting with that as I said to open the door. can can really alter or alter people's how about your family like do you and your wife fight. I mean how does that work. You're so evolved? I'm not I'm not claiming that you're in human of course but you have so much feeling with this. That are you irrational. And Are you do catch yourself shit. Dr Joe What the Hell. Are you doing the fuck out Dr? Not Not do. I think I've owned a lot of that personally. I mean I sat. I've sat long and hard with myself so I think I really. I don't think it's a problem to react. I think the question is how long you react. And it's not. It's not suppressed emotions or own back. Promotions it's moving through them quickly because if you can't control your emotions in allows chemicals to run for hours or days that's called the mood and you say to someone what's wrong with you SAM. The mood moon this. This thing happened in five days ago. Which means they're having one long emotional reaction for five days. You keep that same chemical response going on for weeks or months. That's called the temperament. Why so angry. I don't know let's ask them. Why so angry. This thing happens me ten months ago and I'm memorizing my emotional reaction. You keep same emotional reaction going on for years on. And it's called a personality trait in so I think I just know enough now to know that it never turns out trial and error. He just kind of learned that none of that really makes a difference in not even holding a grudge. Because the only person it affects you you know so so for me. I mean I'm definitely just a normal guy I mean there's things I love but but I but I'm certainly interested in in the process of of human potential in transformation. What about your kids or your kids ever like Dad. When they're teenagers just like Dad. Okay we know we need to do this at that that no no I never. I never did that with my now. Never never did that. I would sit them down never when they were emotional but I was that. WanNa teach you something. Since then I've been thinking about and and I sit down and get out a whiteboard. I just they would all just sit there and just listen to me in the end. It never really wanted to instruct them or teach them when there was chaos. I wanted to just move through whatever and then when we're all settled down. I'd say hey we I think we can do better. I think that I could do better. How about you guys and so so I want. I want to have numerous opportunities To get it right you know in with my kids. I wanted to just have times where I taught them in at the end of some of the conversations with my kids I remember them saying that was the best hour of my life. They would say that. That was the best hour of my life because I was giving them information about themselves to understand. You know like well wait a second. Does that mean that means that? Was that mean this? Yeah that means that. How old were they though you know just for myself and for everyone be listening? Like how old are your kids at that point that they have to be a certain age to really grasp these six seven seven. They started a started getting interested. Yeah God can come live with you for two weeks two weeks. We before this whole global thing happened. We we because of by popular demand. We listen to our community and one of the things our community demanded from us. was apparent in kids workshop Working on doing one San Diego and then we were going to do it in Chicago and just because of the way things are so. We postponed but We have now when we do our week. Long events we have eight and ten year old kids come to our events with their parents and they go through all they hang in there with the whole weekend. They're pretty cool. I was look at these kids. Go on thinking. Wow who these kids are GONNA be. When they grow up in the end they get it you know. They don't have a whole lot of baggage and they love. You know doing the work and it's kind of fun to see so we're GonNa Start doing parents in a kid's workshops national grant idea that's a great idea you know because I was saying before we came on with Kate. You know talking about wilder and he's going through puberty right now like it's just beginning. He's twelve but he's just starting to be a dick all of a sudden a Mike. He's like speak a deck. What exactly is happening in his brain right now from on in standpoint. What is so? He's he's going. Through a lot of pruning he's losing half of his brain circuitry right now and is hostile levels or causing him to kind of go inward speak less to feel more insecure around his friends comparing his friends to him. One of the things that we do that we do these teen workshops all over the world last did was in Mexico City in one of the things that we love to do with. Kant's is the teaching about their biology from twelve years old to nineteen years old and talk about all things that their parents never talked about new over to stop thrown. You've over for just you go over. Estrogen over all these different things that happened to to to to to their biology and they get so into it and they laugh in the understand in one kid posted on facebook. Facebook he said. Hey Mom now I understand why blow you off testosterone levels twenty times.
"dr joe" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"People when they're active when they can see a result they you know there's something that happens when they say. Oh you know I'm initially. Becoming active is sometimes the beginning of their spiritual journey. You know when you lose that twentieth pound you have like an emotional rush and it feels like you've just lost a person off your back. And then people start looking at their lives and they start looking at you know different kinds of spiritual practices and things like that and I find that the the spiritual work is sometimes the hardest for people to get to because it's not as tangible. It's it's a little bit more daunting for people It's also very subjective. Right I mean you you can't measure many changes subjectively As I just feel better well what we want people to do is transformation and see the effect take place as feedback in their life whether the side effect is a change in their health. Which happens many times that they they they have the synchronicity serendipity coincidences the opportunities begins show with once they start seeing the feedback in our life. They're gonNA pay attention to what they've been doing in they're going to do more of it in they're gonNA believe in more a little bit more so I think it's I think it's imperative That people have to turn make the change in turn that around and and when you do something physically and you see the change physically you'll get. That's the feedback you need but when it comes to meditation in we're changes a lot of people give up because they don't see the change as quickly as they want and they didn't work no no it. I've seen at work too many times. It's not whether it works whether we work in doing it and doing it. Well one of the things I've always said to people is that the greatest transformation I ever had was when I started meditating. That was when my life started to change. Will I think you know one of the things that so cool with our community in in you know? We have a huge community global community. But I'm proud of our communities. They do the work and they just do the work and I asked them all the time. you know. Many of us don't miss a day. There's thousands thousands thousands and why because they don't want the Magic to end within a group says they love what's happening in their lives and they're not like getting on gotta go connect or go create my life through like I can't keep going when they've they sat the fire for long enough to make significant changes in gotta momentum and they don't WanNa lose the magic the mystical experiences. Synchronised these cool things that are happening. They're they're they`re. They're caught up in an energy every every time they get feedback. They're gonNA use that emotion of odd one drive in make the next creation. So just gotTa you gotTa get you gotta get it going once going. You don't WanNa stop because you feel more balanced you feel more poised feel more spontaneous. Feel more creative. You feel more intuitive. That's the side effects but other other many ways to get to that place meaning because you're dealing with different spirituality is different religions different beliefs and faiths. You know there. Is there one path or are there multiple paths? I mean there's multiple pass. I mean for me. Personally I don't I. Don't you know? Spend the whole lot of time studying traditional meditation. That's just not me What we've done is we've studied a lot of brains. We studied a lot of hearts. You've studied real time measurements of a brain functioning and I to be able to demystify by using contemporary language of science. So that the creek we talk religion or tradition or culture. Divided audience is a word something switches somebody off or they have the wrong understanding. But when you put it. In the scientific realm science creates community. It connects people because it's transcends all the things that create separation so so it is a little bit difficult and there's a lot of different ways to get there but I'm telling you why when people start really understand the science of what they're doing why they're doing it. How they can change the brain circuitry how they can signal new genes and you give them you. Give them the formula and they start practicing it. Someone's GonNa figure it out some and when people start getting the right. It's like a just like the format mile when somebody broke the formative mile said it was impossible and then fourteen hundred people of broken the former miles since then is heels in you see my God that was fifty brain tumors. That was leukemia. While that was a Osteo Sarcoma in you see it. Go Away in your your your the person's telling their story you you you gotTa Start Understanding then. It's not something that is so hard to do that. You have to learn this what we already know how to do the all all the learning that we have to go through to get there. Do you take people through a retrospective of their own lives. And their own traumas and things like that. Never never no. I don't think the traumas necessarily see the stronger. The emotion you feel from some event that's taken place in Your Life. The more altered you feel inside of you emotionally the arousal or the stronger question of that emotion. The more you narrow the focus on the cause in the brain freezes the frame and takes a snapshot and that's called a long term memory so people can change biologically neurologically generically from trump because they keep reviewing the events in their mind and they keep producing same chemistry in brain bodies. If the event was happening in stimulus response thought feeling memory picture emotion. You start conditioning. Process in the body is so objective. It's reliving the experience one hundred times a day. But what about the sub-conscious that's what becomes conscious through? Your subconsciously. Programmed their body to live in the past this becoming a sub-conscious state there subconsciously memorizing that emotion to be subconsciously. A victim some consciously unhappy. It's automatic state now so now. But don't you have to go and break into that? Subset of meditation is to get beyond the analytical. Mind what separates the conscious? Mind from the subconscious mind is the analytical. Mind so when you teach people not have to breakthrough anything. Forget the event just overcome the emotion once you overcome the emotion you remember. The event in the memory without the emotional charges called wisdom. And that's the name of the game here. Now you don't belong to the past you belong to the future and this is a this is when people are free. This is when they're You know the endometriosis goes away suicidal. Tendencies Change their need to overeat goes way because they're with themselves for free. You know so so when you start understanding higher control brainwaves. It's not about breaking through. It's it's about getting beyond yourself getting beyond your memory past getting beyond your body getting beyond the people in your life the object of the place you live you getting beyond your neural circuitry and when you understand how to practice that in you understand how to do it. It's like learning anything. So then you get into that operating system and now you can rehearse mentally a new program in practice it and we right in program program yourself subconsciously to something else in ended we see aggressive sort of open bringing you know. I mean were you are. Was this ingrained in new. This sort of Innis or is this law. No no no no. I came from a traditional Italian family. You know But also my parents were super open minded. You know just really just just wow. Let's learn that they didn't really you know they were just always curious. This kind of thinking could be so so incredibly helpful. I mean but at the same time really more difficult than ever because you're going to have so many people out of work so many people afraid for their livelihoods not knowing where their next paycheck will be coming from trying to figure out how to deal with government handouts and things like that. How does one who's dealing with that kind of stressor Joe? Yeah I mean is true. Kate I mean it just put Blah Blah. You know just sort of point blank. It's like people are going to be like. I can't fucking meditate. I can't deal with this shit right now I have. I don't have a paycheck. Yeah Okay I how am I supposed to be fucking happy? Not even a possibility right now when people are Threatened and the situation heightened emotions of course They're going to be in survival most of the time in end. Yes They that's not a natural but We have to become creative. We have to become resourceful. Have to think outside the box any is going to be a challenging time for a lot of people in those people will have alternative something. They may need medication to bounce themselves if they can overcome themselves than they should they should use medications if it helps them to regulate back into balance in 'em people should use all the tools they can to cope with the current situation. And everything else. I'm offering one way to help people across that river in dumb and again it takes a great effort to convert from those survival notions of stress emotions into other emotions. But some I'm offering one alternative but people should do all the things they need to do. To keep themselves chemically imbalanced physically imbalanced and emotionally unbalanced. Yeah and I guess what I'm saying. Is that this is the kind of work that I think especially now could really be more important than ever. You know because it's something that doesn't cost anybody anything to be their own architect doesn't cost anybody to take that moment in their life and just settle themselves and start. Learning a new way of being. I would say that the work that you do is something that I hope that people look into. I want people to have the tools I do want people to have the tools and again. You know If you're starting with meditation and you're in survival or your you know your ear hit by the present global crisis And you have no experience doing it. You have to learn might be a little bit more challenging for you but those people who have dabbled in it those people understand how to create the changes in their brain and body on this will be instrumental to them. They all deal. Say I'M NOT GONNA react in fear I'm GonNa Change my state in a I don't know if I can control everything in my auto world but I certainly can control enough minor world and I think that's when you start. Mastering your environment is when you start mastering yourself in that way in so that's not for everybody but for the people who are interested in they see they see it as a challenge they see it as an initiation and those challenges in Gaza growing in ways we've never ever ever thought of in were were forced as as a species to check grow in in new ways would has a neuroscientist. What are your thoughts on Psychedelic? Well.
"dr joe" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"They just don't think about it. It's just it's why they're wired for it so so then so they're creating the lives that they want the loving our lives into reality understanding had to apply the principles to to see. The manifestations happened in their lives in in Di- want them to do that. That's that's is there any problem? That's insurmountable of course I mean. Is there any? Is there any problem? That's insurmountable? I mean it's it seems like when you have that kind of an attitude you can pretty much get through anything not without pain but you can get through it. But I don't know I mean I always wonder what the alternative is is not gonNA come from wealth. It's not gonNA come from drugs. It's not gonna come from all the things that people rely on know. Most people are conditioned to to neither outer world to change their Iraq in something wrong with that but when it's all said and done people who understand that they can change their a world in producing effect in their outer world are less victims to their environment and more creators of their environment in a victim. Is someone with you say to them. Why are you unhappy? And they'll say I am unhappy because of that person that circumstance with a really saying is that outer environment at other condition is controlling my feelings and my thoughts. Well you're giving your power away to that person that conditions so learning how to self regulate now in change. Your interstate feels so unnatural. But if you're going to become supernatural you gotta start. I doing what feels unnatural and the training to understand how to do that. all of a sudden teaches people how to change their energy. All of a sudden start connecting back to the vision of the future and I want people to be able to stay conscious in an catch themselves when they fall from grace and then and then self-correct in and make that change in. That's that's the example. Kara.
"dr joe" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"That have been created from past experiences. And you're going to have to decide. Do these emotions belong in my future. I think that most people try to create a new personal reality as the same personality and it doesn't work we literally have to become someone else so If we think sixty to seventy thousand thoughts in one day and ninety percent of those thoughts or the same thoughts as the day before and you believe that your thoughts something with your destiny if ninety percent of your thoughts are the same. Fox's yesterday than your life is going to pretty much the same because the same bots lead to the same choice. The same choices lead to the same behavior. Same behaviors create the same experiences in the same experiences produce very same emotions no same emotions influence our same thoughts and now your biology stays the same. So then there's a principle neuroscience says that nerve cells of fire together wire together so we keep thinking the same thoughts keep making the same choices. Keep doing the same thing. Keep creating the same experiences that stamped the same networks of neurons into the same patterns. All the familiar feeling called you. And you've done that for the last ten years by the time you're thirty five years old. You become a set of hardwired programs that function just like a sub-conscious computer program so ninety five percent of the person's personality is memorized their habits or behaviors. Their emotional reactions thoughts. They're happening behind the scenes of their awareness. So the first step to change is to become conscious of those unconscious states of mind. Body in disentangling from those programs takes a lot of energy awareness in most people would rather turn on the TV or get himself owner get distracted by something from their environment to really. WanNa make a change in. Unfortunately it's crisis and trauma disease and diagnosis breakdown for people to finally decide the change in my messages. Why would you WanNa wait for at that? You can learn change state of pain and suffering. Are you learned in changing state of joy and inspiration so when disease falls away out of a person's body they will tell you that disease existed the old personality. I'm somebody else. There's I'm not that same person and they didn't visualize anything go away. They understood the concepts of neuro plasticity epigenetics and how to signal new genes in jeans make proteins and they they did. They became their genetic engineering. Yeah was hard. Sit with themselves in Ohio. Your and it changed is uncomfortable because the moment you decide to do something differently. You're going to feel uncomfortable because you're leaving the known. You're leaving the familiar and stepping into the unknown a lot of times when you do any sort of transformative work things change of course of course and because because most people see you based on the memory of you they see you from the past so when people show up in their no longer predictable and they're happy for no reason or like what is up with her why she's all. She did that thing. Because they're still in the null right. They're still cleaning the suffering. They're so happy. Being unhappy that occurred to them that they could lose that and become somebody else so she was so much fun when she didn't really ask me how I was doing. I think I think it's Obviously I think it's easier said than done. You know what I mean. It just takes work. I mean I I only can. I only say this because what you seem to be describing at a part of. It is cognitive behavioral therapy. I mean it's what I have been doing for the last four years and it's it it just resonates with me so much but it take work you know it's it's not it at least for me. Personally it's not so easy just to change your mind to think something because I know that our thoughts create our emotions would create you now sure how we feel so let me so. Let me respond to that Oliver. Because if it was easy everybody would be doing right. I say I say you already know how to do it. I think we are wired to be creators. I think everybody on this call. I think everybody who's in. This interview has all done something great in their life. And and when did you do when you did something great? You Got a vision. You've got an idea. You got this wild thing that took place in your mind and you got so fascinated with that thought that the thought in your mind became the experience and you begin to feel the emotion before the event in you were like. Whoa that was I. I think I can do that in. And you started thinking about all the choices you had to make an all the things he had to do. And you know you started thinking about all the goals and experiences you WanNa create and every time you wrote those down. You felt more of those emotions in. You are changing when you were doing that. And and then people who are really in the process of change they understand that they gotta stop thinking. I can't. It's too hard I'll never change. Don't feel good. They gotta they gotta get beyond those thoughts in they gotta start making different choices in the hardest part about changes not making the same choice as did day before right. It takes effort but aren't some of those choices. Haven't they been cemented in your trauma cemented in childhood trauma? Meaning it's you have to chip away at that cinderblock. In order for those choices to be free essential well. Yeah probably probably Five years ago I would have said yes to that but I have to tell you that. We've kind of figured out a formula away for people to make very significant strides and changes once. They understand the science of what they're doing and we can give them the proper feedback. So you can get into that operating system you know how to change your brainwaves and do it properly and into the operating system where that traumas. You can rewrite the program and all it is just a learning how to do anything in. We've we've seen people do it now. Our research in the universities that are studying us are amazed. Our students can do it. So it's what you do in your workshops. Do you Kinda take people through that process. So we asked people to come to a weeklong event and we asked them to retreat from their lives and end to disconnect from the constant stimulation that reminds them of who they think they are as a personality. Not the same people. Don't go to the same places. Don't do the same things now. Let's fill your brain was knowledge. A we now know every time you learn something new you make those new connections in your brain that if you don't repeat it review it and think about it. Those circuits are GonNa Puna part so it learning is making the connections and remembering maintaining them so then get people to share about the information. Talk about it. Build a model. Install the hardware and preparation for the experience. Once people understand what they're doing and why they're doing it may sign meaning to throw into the experience so we do this with people and we keep building it more and more as the week goes on and by God. We do all kinds of scientific measurements a lot of the events and you see people at the end of the week We see miracle so you see these amazing changes take poison people's health in in their life and in we have over we have hundreds of testimonies of of not only just changing people's health but new job the new career the new relationship the mystical experience a transcendental moment you learn the Formula. Oliver and all of a sudden It's no different than him. A Golf Fall. You start getting better at it and start enjoying it. It's no longer work like This is where I go to coherence. Banjo let me say one thing. Hitting a golf ball is always work. I will I I was. I was a plus two Golfer and shit man. It was always work but that is a pain. That is yeah. I mean I. I'm not going to get into it. You know. I talked about it on this podcast numerous times but I don't know if you've heard of the Hoffman Institute. Yes I went there and had the most amazingly transformative experience of my life and it was very similar to a lot of the things that you're talking about well to answer. Cates questioned a whole week in you. Get the first two days if you get people to overcome themselves. I give them numerous opportunities to overcome themselves and apply that formula give numerous -tunities to connect in sooner or later they start understanding. Sooner or later they start locking in and then after that second day that it's all about creating reality and then it's all about greeting future. Let's let's program your subconscious. Let's condition your body to a new emotion the future. Let's Change Your Energy. Let's signal new genes. Let's walk as it let stand as it. It's it we'll see people starting to do this. And you know he's walking meditations and the end of the week just rate a Lotta miracle so a lot of crazy. It's so great. And you know what Kate going back to the kids you know. This is a great. We need to sort of bring this into the next generation. You know if the parents can sort of you know. Put this onto their children. They can grow up from the age of six feeling this way. So how do you talk to children? How do you how do you? How do you break this down for kids? You know why I think kids need information different ages. You know what I mean you would never. I would never wanNA teach young children when they were young that they create the reality. That's not a healthy thing to teach a young person yet but you can teach them that they control in create their interstates and you can teach them how to shorten the refractory period of those emotions and you can teach them to open their hearts. You can teach them how to dream. Imagine and then you can start teaching. We did this with my kids would set little seeds in in different planters in accordance seat one seed when they were angry and they're frustrated Whatever they put all that energy into that. When we'd finished dinner we'd get around. We just just love this one seed for the greatest that could possibly get and the other one. We never paid attention to and I can't tell you the number of times that see. That was getting all that negative emotion would get maggots or never even Germany in the other one would sprout way ahead of the control and my kids you know given the facts they interpreted the laws would kind of look at than. I remember my daughter. My eldest son was kind poking at her one day she looked at him and she said You know. Jas. I'm not gonNA react to you because that wouldn't be loving to me and not shy understood that when she said that it meant that if it did that to the seed. They're not GonNa let you do that to me. Like I'm GONNA STAY GONNA be loving to me. And now she's twenty nine year old kid. She makes every choice in life by asking yourself. The question. Is this loving to me in. And somehow she got it right and so he's still posing out her was that she. Yeah right of not other best buds. But but I think kids you give kids. The fat stands for but the laws in allegory. In story I mean like I think it's important for us as parents like I did this with my kids for so many years. I lay in bed with them. And say what? I didn't do as well as I wanted to do today. I felt from grace right around three o'clock and I and I talked to them as if they're in adult about myself and how I how I could do a better job and when I lost my patients or whatever and then my children would start. They'd say yeah. I sprang patients to in all of a sudden you realize that these little beings in there are actually aware right. They just don't have the language to explain it until you explain it to them and then we would say well okay. I'm GonNA think about a better way that I could do it if it happens again. And then I'd say to them okay. So if you had another opportunity to be with your friend how would you be with her? And then say I do this. Nano while you do that. It's is so you build this little model with them in the door between the conscious? Mind the subconscious mind opens up right before you go to sleep and then you tell them a story of these two kids in a faraway land where we're dragons in princesses and you tell. The story of how this little girl had this friend in how she changed. You're telling the story to remind them of what they're going to do and in you see them you know you see did they. They learned by allegory. At storytelling my kids would have these profound profound changes because they understood the United States. I'm okay listen if you see me by frustrated just Kinda Wink Wink. Just let me know can and a. I see you You're getting pressured. Stop and a positive outlook in a wink at you and we would just do that as Elizabeth turn in this thing. You know as you get older said now to this day we wink at each other. Sometimes because it's just something that we just did what but I was. I wasn't trying to be better than them. I wanted to meet them on that level and talk about myself. Guide them up a little bit more than meet him on that level Guide that a little bit more trying to get them. They're all at once but have the steps in have them be aware and conscious. I know this is not the time you WanNa feel differently but this is the time with all the practice that we've been doing before you go to bed an open your heart. Let's pause for a moment. Let's change our stay. I'll do it with you. And then they'll say he dad take a moment with months. Walk Breathe you know. Let's get an end there. Were helping one another. Because because they understand the practice right and so they want practice that all the time. That feels better. Wow I I thought I was a good dad. I really thought it was a good father. I mean this is. This is wow. That's beautiful but so then Kate and when they get a little older and then you start teaching them How their thoughts become things and how emotions drive their thoughts and how to change their energy and my kids now are all older and they create amazing things..
"dr joe" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"Right now. I need help any advice for those of us. Who have three children young children in the house? Who you know even when you're trying to sort of have these wonderful peaceful moments. It's just absolute main right before you answer the question. I just want to give my side of things with my kids. Which is the opposite. Okay because yes they have to do school. Of course they have to do their homework in this. But I'm like you guys were quarantine all right. Let's get it done but I'm GonNa have no stress right now for all of us like let's just ride this out. Do the best that we can. Yes wilder you're going through puberty and I'll deal with that shit but for the most part. Hey let's just roll with it that we have different ideas right Well I always say. Parenting is the fast track to enlighten than I have three children. That are all older now. But I think that there are certain things because children have mirror neurons and Mirror. Neurons are what are called empathy neurons. They they model behavior in fact when a lionesses teaching her cubs had hunt When the cubs are observing her hump hunting they turn on the same circuits in the brain as if they were actually hunting. So they're priming their brain. The brain circuitry by observation so chiltern have mirror neurons and they emulate or they model behavior So it's not so important what you say to them. What's more important is how you say to them. And they're going to imitate and model your behavior so terrible. Twos is a great example. You know your kids cute young and they turn one year old and all of a sudden they got wheels running around the House and they're picking up the vase and turning it over there knocking things over in the region detergent under the same can. You're yelling no no for a whole year and they turned two years old and say. Put your shoes on. And they say no because that's where they're they're actually emulating behavior so so we have to teach children one of the most important things is teach them by demonstration had to be and that requires being present with them and finding a way to communicate with them so that it makes sense to them and so never ever ever try to reason with your children when their emotional because no new information can enter their nervous system that is an equal to the emotional state. They're in they're not going to hear it. It's not gonNA land for them. Teach them how to change their emotional state. Whether it's getting the jump on a trampoline teaching them not win their emotional but at other times may before they go to bed had opened their heart and say now. Now we've been practicing all that hard opening for this time right here. This is the time I know it's hard and it doesn't feel natural but if you can do this now in change your emotional state while Magin who you be when you older so so. We're spending more time with our children because people are are confined to the same space but there are ways to communicate with children that are so effective in helping them understand. There are times play. Airtime the work. There are times to do certain things and there's Times do things that you don't like to do that. You have to do anyway. And it's all okay so. I think I think more people in a closed environment Gets a little bit more intense but some but I do think that when we work with children if we teach them how to change their emotional states I think we can make some big changes and added straight now. Does that does that go with adults to where you shouldn't reason with your partner if they are emotional. Yeah that goes. That's adults as well like if my if my wife is emotional and it's it's it's it's happening. There is no reasoning strike. I should take a step back known. You should allow her to have that until she's done then when she's done she's over the emotion. See when we're emotional. There's always a gap between the way we appeal the way things appear in the way things really are and if we react during that period where were altered will always regret. I should have never said that on that. It should ever send that email have never thought that because emotions alter our perception of reality and we don't see things how they are. We see things how we are in so it. Just kind of inflames situation. I've always said that I've always said that. Our default and correct me. If I'm totally off base but I feel like our sort of default you know emotion fear I feel like we always default to fear. I feel like it's a primal thing. Almost we don't default to happiness. You know we default to fear. I feel like that's a universal thing. She I think fears hardwired into the nervous system. Yeah in the survival centers in so but the fear of typically is created from the feeling like things are getting worse in your the perception That you can't control or predict something when you when you're stepping into the unknown a lot of times the unknown switches on that that fear response and one of the things that so valuable for people is to teach them how to be present when they're in the unknown and that that again is what meditation some of the some of the work we've done in the research on the teach people how to overcome that in the end It takes it takes a lot of awareness. A lot of energy but boise people with a completely different brain so when they do it. What are your thoughts just on the corona virus on Cova nineteen well again I think people should practice all the the right things with reducing infection. I think that's reasonable As I was saying We have a very strong capacity in our body to heal and We shouldn't live in a state of fear around this because I think fear is going to actually cause us to feel more vulnerable to something in our environment but but I do think that some it will pass. I do think that Will survive it and do think that people really need to understand though that they have the ability to to make their own immune responses in in the body. Can that Keep them healthy and help them with it. But I wouldn't spend a whole lot of time sussing about it. I'd spend more time about seeing this time. A great opportunity to retreat from our lives and break the routine and into learning studying in the come out and somebody else step out on. The world isn't involved version. The thing is can everybody heal themselves though? You know what I mean like is this. Is this a universal thing you know? Does IT TUCKED. Take some people Is it harder for some people you know to heal themselves because if that was the case could could we rid of all disease without medicine? I'm I'm going to the extreme of course but well that's a you know this we are This is the time in history. Works not enough to know. I think this time in history to know how im- because information is so readily available. We don't need an authority. We don't either. Dr. We don't need a priest. We don't need a government. We don't need a teacher to gain information we can gain information. We have access to it in in that gives people Gives THEM TAKES THEM TO TAKE THEIR POWER BACK TO? Some green gives themselves permission to change so so when we started on this journey Fifteen twenty years ago and seeing how the mind could influence the body. If you said to me Do you think you would ever see what I'm currently witnessing right now. In our research I would say to you maybe once or twice what this is like the form of Mile We have blind people seeing. We have deaf people hearing. We have people that have been been confined to wheelchairs stepping out of wheelchairs. I mean this is to me. I'm more surprised I swear than than anybody what we've seen people with very significant stage. Four cancers Go into remission where genetic disorders I mean crazy stuff tumors disappearing crazy stuff and so I think that theoretically There there's a great capacity to heal. I think Certain people understand the widen the wide better than others But when we see people make significant strides in they stand in front of an audience and they tell the story about their health and their diagnosis under limitation and then they talk about their own personal change in transformation and then they showed their scan and the condition was there and then the condition is not it disappeared in the person in the audience that has the same condition who has the same health condition. Sees what they're doing or what they've done that formula miles speaking to them and telling them that you're looking at truth right in front of them. In a collective consciousness starts we merged so not everybody heels. No and in this is not for everybody and my mother would never not see her doctor. No matter what I said to her she just had to go to her doctor. She was indoctrinated into that. But people now are wanting to participate in their health and and they want to understand and so knowledge them allows them to apply what they learned to practice it to repeat it and then they see the scientific data that we have you can change your gene expression you could lengthen your life you can make your immune system stronger make your brain work very you can make your heart work better. This is so exciting because I did the things that I've always been. I've always been passionate on what people would always call alternative medicine or practices that I've found that have really shifted my energy or or focus and now starting to see science catch up with so many things that we've known but always sort of been seen as eastern philosophy or considered alternative and now it's really at the forefront of scientific research is exciting It's really exciting. And I'm super excited. I think we should explain to people who haven't read your work or to you. Some of the basic process behind healing well. Small portion of my work has to do with healing. I think I think the side that of a person's change personal. Transformation is a change in format change in their physical body. And and I believe that your personality creates your personality and your personnel is made up of how you think how you act in how you feel so the present personality who's listening to this podcast has created the present personal reality called their life which means then if you WANNA create a new personal reality a new life. I means you're going to have to change your personality. That means you're GONNA have to start thinking about what you've been thinking about and change it means you're going to have to become conscious of your unconscious habits and behaviors and modify that.
"dr joe" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"With Dr Jones Joins. First of all. Thank you for joining us. I'm a big fan of your work. I just finished. You are the placebo. I think we should just jump right in. We are literally facing not only something that is very scary for a lot of people but I think is probably causing an enormous amount of anxiety and so much of your work is about manifestation and how we heal our bodies and how powerful remind is and I guess immediately I just WanNa say how. How do you talk to people when right now there? There is so much fear that they're facing so in order to actually kind of switch here your brain power. It seems almost impossible right now for a change your mind. Well I mean listen Living in fear is living in survival and in survival. You're activating primitive nervous system. The fighter flight nervous system branch of the autonomic nervous system and your mobilizing enormous amounts of energy for some threat perceived as real or imagined in your outer environment. And you arouse the body with this rush of energy and you are taking most of the energy that you use for your immune system For growth and repair for a long time building projects. And if you keep that one alarm system on all the time there's no energy inner environment For for restoration and repair so immune system dials down and people who live in. Fear are more SUSCEPTIBLE TO INFECTIONS BE MUSLIM. Immune system is compromised. And we've done research. We took A large of people a hundred and twenty people and functional brain. Scans on them. We put them through four days of training and we asked them to trade fear and anger and resentment and impatience for an elevated emotion heart felt emotion gratitude thankfulness appreciation love for life enjoyed for existence and only wanted them to do was cultivate these elevated emotions For Ten minutes a day three times a day and we measured also stress hormone called Cortisol before they went into the study and we measured a chemical called IMMUNOGLOBULIN anger. Iga It's your body's primary defense against bacteria and viruses. It's your body's natural flu shot. In fact it's better than any flu shot and we allowed people to open their hearts just For Ten minutes three times a day at the end of four days we took the same measurements and aside from significant changes in the brain their immune system their immunoglobulin levels went up fifty percent the they created their own pharmacy of Anti Infectious Chemicals. And in your heart you activate your immune system in a very powerful way so people who understand that t cells in their body which information really allows people to really start to question what is true. And what isn't and your body's fighting viruses right. Now those t cells that your your finest linemates in right in your heart center. The they have little trumpets on the end of them t cell receptors that that attack viruses and bacteria and when those t cells are active There's not a chance of for people to become sick. So then if fear can weaken the organism. Because it's responding in emergency all the time then when a person starts feeling gratitude kindness and care. Their body is so objective that it doesn't know the difference between the outdoor event that's creating the elevated emotion of the emotion. They're created by thought alone if the environment signals the gene and that's epigenetics and the end product of inexperience in the environment is emotion a person's signaling jeans the head of the environment then they're making antibodies and those antibodies actually fight infection so people just need the proper knowledge in the proper information so they can begin to see that there's an intelligence in their body that that does healing and the bigger question is why do certain people get the virus and other people. Don't it's a big question? Well is because there's an inner order in people have to understand how to self regulate and make those changes. Okay so I'm going to I'm done. I'M GONNA go meditate right now. I find love in my life at this moment. That was beautiful. I mean it makes so much sense. And you're saying their science science is the Contemporary Language of mysticism science. Now that's demystifying mystical. And if you can combine quantum physics with neuroscientist a neuro plasticity psycho neuro immunology. The mind body connection epigenetics. All of all of those new sciences point the finger at possibility and you start asking the bigger fundamental question. Well you understand. Then if stress weakens the organism and are three types of stress physical stress trauma accidents injuries chemical stress like diabetes or blood. Sugar levels were toxins in the environment emotional stress and that's just about everything that people respond to earn environment. All those things. Not The brain body out of balance and people who are out of balance tend to be more prone to disease. Because the body's not in the proper state of Homeo- stasis in health repair happens in homeo- stasis and most people when they feel fear when they feel anger when they feel sadness and pain. They don't think they have any control over those emotions in the research. Says you absolutely can change those emotional states in when you do you start. Seeing the side effect called people getting happier. It's their their body is being freed from the past and emotions are a record of the past so people start transforming themselves their lives in their bodies transform. Dr Joe Might. Children are causing me. Massive imbalance.
"dr joe" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"Revelry. That's good job spend Ali. This was so interesting. this episode. This was an exciting one for not only myself but for Aaron and everyone in my life because Joe Dispenses of force Dr Joe that we recorded this at the beginning of the quarantine You know what he told us has been really helpful and staying sane. Oh Yeah I've honestly been using some of his sort of techniques Aaron once we recorded it. She put the book his book on my bedside so actually started reading it for the first which he's got multiple bucks. Yeah you are the placebo becoming supernatural. That's the one mom's reading. The MOM loves that one. I know breaking the habit of being yourself. That's IT I. I'm currently breaking the habit of being myself as doing great. I'm currently realizing that. I am the placebo. Yes this is great. Then the three of us can get together and superhuman our whole Families Reading Different Joe Dispenser Books. It was really interesting and honestly inspiring. He's a neuroscientist. A researcher lecturer whose work really revolves around how we can rewire our brains and the power of the mind. You know fasting. How changing the way you think and change your health and you know. It's it's kind of the therapy that we've been in for the however many years as well. I mean it's similar to that you know how thought can change can change the way you feel and think and a moat. Yeah I mean are thought patterns. Also how programmed they are you know and trying to sort of understand them and break them down and even just you know he. We didn't get into it because he talks about it a lot and other things so I would. Anybody really wants to know how Dr Dispense a became passionate about what he what he does. It really started from him having an accident and it during that accident his healing process an entire experience that he went through the choices he made how they basically ended up informing his future work. And and it's so fascinating because it's all about how powerful our mind is and how we can heal ourselves. Granted I think he's clearly a very practical man. He talks about that. We are all different. You have to listen to yourself. That's the whole point. You know But yeah I mean our brains. It's just wild. How powerful they are and he does a lot of workshops that teach people how to really start to tap into that. Well he's a neuroscientist too so it's not that he is. He didn't just there's science behind all of this as well. Anyway this is. This is a very informative exciting episode and by the way. Just say especially now you know in the time that we are living in. I've been using sort of these ideas. I would really call them techniques but just that mind body experience because anxiety is high in the last week or so. I've been going through some shit distinct feeling anxious and I've been having center myself a little bit more. Yeah Yeah I'm just tired of the every day the monotony's finally getting to meet the ball trying to live in the moment but every moment is exactly the same like a strange parallel universe in a in a way but I think people are going to start getting antsy and you know real change happens when things get uncomfortable so it'll be interesting to see because it has been awhile now. What started happening. I think if you really stick with it and get through it you there will be a transformative experience instead of getting restless and careless. Yes yes oh. Please enjoy this episode.
"dr joe" Discussed on Short Story Long
"You can lay the thought of your future of your wealth of your health on that frequency the frequency of suffering can carry. The fought of your wealth carries the thought of different thoughts of suffering so then energy has to make it to our heart. I begin to create so then. The person is living survival in in an addict to those emotions living in the stress. Response all of the time the rush of adrenaline becomes the source of energy. Then you gotta you gotTa Teach. That person had to break that addiction and just like any addiction the body's GonNa have cravings. Come on just the little suffering. Just a little judgmental anger body just wants the on the field so it can return back to its state. So that's what blows so then takes effort right. If it was easy everybody would do it. But when people free themselves from the chains of those emotions and the incoherence wow coherent heart coherent brain. How do you create a future clear intention brain function and elevated emotion? That's a hard function. So now if you can produce both of those now. You have an energetic pattern. Your body's actually emitting different information different energy and when there's a synchronization between your brain and heart once there's energy in the heart guess where it goes straight up to the brain now the the heart is amplifying the brain and again remember that that trauma that's existing in the middle of the research shows once the heart starts to open it resets the baseline of trauma in the Brain. So the person goes. Hey I feel so amazing I forgive. My father was in alcohol. You didn't know what he was doing but I feel so incredible I don't really care. I bless him. I'm so happy. And when people reach this point where they feel so self regulated that they no longer need anything outside of them to do it. Now they're free because you're not going to need the drug the computer game the whatever it is to regulate they just know how to do it now so now. They're going to be more conscious in their life and in the key is to not have a great meditation and then get up on the freeway and flip people off and then you know judge your co worker. I mean you just returned back to the old south. The job is to get your brain body right. Get up and keep that energy up. Maintain your modified state of mind and body your entire day and if you can get ready because the synchronicity synchronize your energy with a new future and you're gonNA start seeing feedback in your environment and that feedback is like hey dude you're on something go again and you go again in here comes another one. Now here's the cool part. I say that we already know how to do this. I say you know how to do this. You couldn't be who you are today or get where you are today without knowing some of this innately but you trusted yourself you trust the process. You didn't excuse yourself because yet ahead injury or excuse yourself because of your path or where you're from you just said I'm going to go out and again I'm just GONNA hold onto that vision and it's so much easier to forget our vision than remember it but if you keep reminding yourself of that vision and who you're going to become right. It's not the wealth. It's not the health it's not the success. It's who you become in the process right so at the end product of all of this is that you're more in love with life or you're more in love with yourself and when you are. I guess what you do you give you go. I feel so incredible I feel so hold. I don't need anything anymore because I'm not in lack. Wow imagine a world like that and to be clear not to be dead horse but when you you actually show in your books measurement. This isn't like Oh you can get your brain and your harder to sync up and trust me. There's some waves coming off you. You have clear. Yeah Yeah it's very easy the same way as measuring someone's blood pressure if they're in synchrony. Oh Yeah and we have. Well I just got off a phone call. Just a few days ago we have lot of researchers physicians. Bhd's they're saying you have the perfect laboratory one week thousand fifteen hundred people whatever. It is from all sixty three different countries. They're all staying at the same place during the same environment. The same client doing the same. Things are thinking the same way. They're feeling the same way they're using same food. You got a perfect Petri dish here and now we have scientists now were were doing new experiments for biomarkers cellular metabolism another notch in other little rung in the ladder. We've got all this research now. With all the coherence. He owns all the healings. That are taking place. A researchers are investigating random event generators. We're GONNA put in the room to determine if we're actually affecting the field. I mean you. There's no end to this. I mean you know and we're only as good as the people who are able to do it right. That's our measurements right. I mean think about like coming from like a guy stuck in bed visualizing little guys rebuilding spine based off of nothing based off of no like. I just think this feels right to now where it's come. This is insane. I know look let me tell you. I said nobody's more surprised than me. I mean we have people with strokes. Yeah like A. We had a guy who said he's a professor of law in in Munich. His wife dragged him. There stroke for ten years really unhappy guy couldn't move. His arm couldn't move his leg end of that event he was lifting his arm above his head. He's walking walking without his wheelchair. Now we say everybody love is the answer. He just opened his heart and we have people that are in a stroke Just we just didn't invent Cancun. This guy was in a wheelchair for years. He got home from that event. He was walking by the time he got home. He had his daughter bring them in in the wheelchair his daughter and his wife the next morning he asked his daughter to take his wife breakfast. He laid in bed. His wife went to breakfast. He got up. Showered he shaved. He put his clothes on. He walked down. The street to the restaurant walked in the restaurant. The wife went crazy insane. Mexican family Chris. She couldn't believe what she was seeing to me. That's worth more than all the golden world. Oh Yeah I mean you just can't beat that. Holy cow okay. Here's the thing I want to ask you is you also talk. And I've seen some of the testimonials and stuff like that about the quantum world and the uncertainty principle and a lot of people talk about that stuff in you know. The secret was obviously a massive thing and all that stuff and I think a lot of people are like well. So what? You're telling me I can just sit around and wish for something and all of a sudden someone's GonNa Knock on my door with a check and whatever. Can you clarify once again? I know I'm giving you a big challenge to try to do all this in such a short time but like how that actually can work more. Speaking to the people who aren't sick aren't trying to heal but are trying to attract tried to create. Okay how how do we wrap our heads around? I've had some people talk about it on here before. It's always a little unclear. Well let's make it really simple. You're always omitting information. Everything physical always omitting information. If you're animated with life your mid you're meeting energy and information so what most people do is they say. I want the new house a new car the new relationship. I want a big bank account and one of my private jet. You know the wall that stuff and then visualized that but when the visualize it they never get in touch with how it would feel if it happened in fact there hypnotized in conditioned into feeling the emotion when it happens so they may do a little little meditation or a little whatever and they opened their eyes and their senses. Say It's not there. So what do they do? They experience more lack more separation. So when you're feeling lacking separation you try harder. And now they try matter to matter to try to produce the outcome because there are feeling separate from their future so then thoughts are the electrical charge in the quantum field and feelings produce a magnetic charge and the quantum field and how you think and how you feel broadcasts electromagnetic energy that influences every single Adam in your life the thought sends the signal out and the feeling drowsy experienced back to you so then if the person is living in anger in patients resentment frustration. And they're holding the intention of their future that's mind and body and opposition. There's there's there's not there's no vibrational match between anything and their future because they're saying why hasn't it happened and they're waiting for healing to begin so that they feel gratitude. There.
"dr joe" Discussed on Short Story Long
"Couple of Dr Joe's books and was really fascinated by the way he writes about epigenetics and the power of thought and energy. And it really just you know. I think we've all heard about thought and energy in the secret and all these different things but the way that Dr Joe Talks about it it makes a lot of sense and it sounds much more practical and less You know crazy and out there and I think that the same way. I learned a lot from having this conversation. I think there's a lot that you guys can gain from this episode so as I always say if you if you've listened to it already Here it is again. I think that you will find some more gems in there that you didn't hear the first time if you haven't listened to it yet you are about to be mind blown. That's it. Thank you so much for continuing to listen like I said next week I'll be back with an all new guest And I appreciate the constant support. I appreciate you guys closed in the pod posted on your instagram stories. Letting everyone know about it. All of that goes a very long way. Let's get into the episode Short Story Long. Dr Joe Dispense Short Story. Long Fish resist. Come gentlemen here. We are with a very special guest. I'm so excited For this podcast. Because I always say like I feel very lucky that.
"dr joe" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Good Morning Good morning how are you excellent excellent point Chris Christie Friday dinner and I didn't mention that you were a spot reporting witter we're lucky enough to work with and whom he mentored and the La Times one network so it was it was a fun evening. I gotTA congratulate all you guys -gratulations to Kaitlin For Her win Yes as Shing Park back in the early nineties with Doug Don decided let's put let's put someone day-one set the tone and I think after that everyone said hey we gotta us as we remember there was there was nothing and with the advent of course with did not signal voice and knowledgeable and you know to this day she's she's just wonderful there we are and this has always been a very productive visit all right we can try you can try anxious for you to touch on ended up going with British idiom in that on the inside coming out of them for one race and it was a sprint so she's going to go wicked whisper obviously Shen British idiom his dad horse so I like her best against beat her British idiom the classic Of course on Saturday about that I thought you were talking about this year's thing he's been dreaming about this lawsuit Oh J. J. started the top this is a fun addition I think he's I think he's GonNa get a little bit overlooked in the betting I thought he had L. Mile a quarter which was as best raised now granted the field that he beat in the Pacific classic wasn't I think he's coming up to a corker his he's just a much better horse now than he was a year ago and he's Kotova in terrific form right now but I think you know those three higher power is going to be the best my early take on this believe it or not is I'm hoping pick fives and the only reason I started a narrow down my single I say and I really mean because I'm GonNa play on I said earlier when I play you know couple raced ten times you might have six different winners it's just one of those races and right now we'll narrow down a little bit more tomorrow in this but I'm really I'd what clues do you suggest people take from the racing today and into tomorrow about you know day but be cognizant that it might be different tomorrow fair enough and as you've looked at the VP's who you know you're betting Sir Omaha Beach is obviously the Horse to beat in that one oh I don't think he wants to be on the lead and I think if you end up on the lead with him you want to let them run and improbable is has trained very well two thousand nineteen so it's just a curious choice I'm going to try to beat him the one horse Sharon as well as anybody and threw him in for fourth and I'll use them in gimmicks I mean obviously audible but I think he's got a couple of potential things against him and then Blew Shepherd Ah fitness wise anybody should be concerned people talking about horses jog a Gallup and just rave he said the horses or wasn't breathing wild it looked like it might be a little bit more of a narrow field and ended up with ten in there a couple of others on the my my price play the weekend that'll be in the mile grass race the horse dettori's writing and I'll explain hey game and here's my dope is kind of muddied up a little bit because his last two races were on soft ground his Dettori as rhythm three times previously this year does getting back on them and it's something I think as a handicapper you need to be very cognizant of this is what the ground is like I also got a great draw that you're too so that's that's this James Tait tate's got the runner on Friday as well and name but they said he's a no nonsense guy and he wouldn't he wouldn't formed got little muddied up and that the people might overlook because of that so hopefully race unfolds and the results both the classic the classic distaff and obviously you've got a horse at the top at midnight Beasley who's an excellent form but I don't think but I think she's the next best horse in the race I have a lot of respect for Blue Prize you've been visa loses I just think if somebody said you've got to pick one horse on the win about how intriguing the sprint was going to be now that we know where they're going to I like a lot slightly better than Matola but you know for spreaders and I think it's going to be a heck of a race to watch those too and you know who knows if they go too fast higher can can be running late so it's it's a really it's a really really good race beat or if the track is against speed or if the track is no good on the inside or outside kind of Catalina Cruiser we satisfied that he went here as opposed to the mile around one turn and so that's why they cut back to that didn't you know his true north was really right and he's done well and historically has not done as well outside of Oh you know either race was going to be a tough spot yeah I think I think this wasn't as a little told a lot yeah definitely is already begun but officially with the juvenile it really gets underway this scabbard What are your thoughts I think Dennis his moment helped him a lot last time it was very speed favoring and he's you'll latch onto anything in the two juvenile turf races by chance I'm just curious fields I those were my top picks those races she's a big thing I I saw her this morning he's due to clean safe day's racing yes most importantly exactly you to do it and it was really fun going to the I can't thank you as one of the one of the real it's the wrap up and Kinda have got a rare opportunity actually to Dr Joe let me hear Jimmy's in the tents I need to go very much at absolutely nutritional update well and it Research Kentucky Equine Research and Doctr I study and considering what transpired at with the drug you know these anti lasix policies in Kentucky I race track practitioners talk a little bit about your work and what you hope to on has I think in America leaned to a certain degree on using throw some I which I think? PA So we're looking at nutritional solutions for Ph and we think that there's some for a long enough time to change the physiology of the horse to reduce bleeding chances hemorrhage is what he stands for bleeding in the from the lungs and the Trachea Augmentation and you work with some of the biggest feed the most into work with hallway feeds for the last thirty years and they're the biggest in the best really nation with lasix but we're now doing a study we've purchased a training center in Ocala at supplementing Omega Three fats to see how it changes it's all over the world were they don't have for Osa might so it's an important situation to have I it's a very interesting study I'm not anti fro smile at all I mean I think that there other jurisdictions around the world we do a lot in Hong Kong that it's it's us to help in addition to that how do you how do you plan and in the conditions of Racetrack Barnes with horses that accurately assess the the work and the and the potential well the thing is we're coming the closest as anyone testing it on the race track because most of the work that's been done has been with horses on a high speed treadmill we're doing our test she asked not racing and it's not in every typical racing environment but it's a there's that can cause heart attacks and so forth is a day and what that does I mean in a lot of this is the makeup of the India we scene speed if your horse every week it changes from horses being weekly they changed their physiology their stress level changes regardless steady it under those conditions anxious to hear you know as as you know as you additives that go into things like the feeds you you've got a line of very right replacement things like that correct I mean we're trying to develop products that answer okay and it has efficacy towards H. but it affects how horses recover and we've gotten some really interesting results in that area Ktar I actually hear more and let us know what you know we learning so they can make their own decisions escape for horsemen it's important said and and readers and everybody but we thank you thank you very much not at all Ktar Kentucky.