14 Burst results for "Dr Princess"

"dr princess" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

04:53 min | 3 months ago

"dr princess" Discussed on Cardionerds

"Doing the things that we know will help them. But that is an absolute fact. Thanks for asking that question. All right at capers. Here's another one for you. Professional diversity has no bearing on addressing healthcare disparities. That's absolutely false. So it's been shown now healthcare disparities which is an interest of mine. Which by the way. I'll give a shot up to serena co-authored review paper on racial healthcare disparities in cardiology some years ago and she was an absolutely fantastic co author. It is multifactorial when i say healthcare disparities. I'm talking about when two groups of people with the same diagnoses get different levels of treatment. Get different levels of quality evidence based care that kind of healthcare disparity is a real embarrassment to our healthcare system. That is something that really drives me to do. So much of what. I do well as multifactorial so in a lecture that i've been given to i you. Medical students for over a decade now and radio was in those lectures. We talk about healthcare disparities. And then i'll put up a blank slide and we say now. Let's come up with a list. A list of potential culprits. And then. I'll put another sides in a. Let's come up with a list of potential action items so that we can get over these healthcare disparities and i only say that i mentioned that just because there really are many things at least healthcare disparities but there is no doubt greg that one of them is a lack of diversity amongst providers and some of that leads back to the question that i was just asked about patients of color having evidence based care. That is more likely to happen if we have more minority physicians. You know that really speaks to this. Wonderful conversation. Recording just shared with dr princess brewer in. She talked about this amazing impact. She's having with a program called faith partnering with community churches in communities of color to improve and enhance preventive measures. You know she's doing this. The community based participatory research in..

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"dr princess" Discussed on Behind The Lens

Behind The Lens

05:51 min | 5 months ago

"dr princess" Discussed on Behind The Lens

"Over the holiday break. Yeah i mean we. We're not going to see the full mardi gras that if there is any for a couple of weeks But you know. I think it would be it would be nice to know roughly what our baseline is as high school. Students are returning before we could expect a potential mardi gras bike right. We did have the district issue like three line. Press release yesterday saying you know school starts for monday which is kinda the same thing they did last break. But that that release didn't include any numbers about positively ear anything related to kovin and just it just after the mardi gras honda now. Obviously the city's the city's case tracker is still going and in many ways that you know has it provides more comprehensive information in a lot of ways though it doesn't actually it doesn't actually break which cases are are related to schools in some way but it does it does give you better information in other ways right and those those numbers have been trying to any a good direction but again it's a question of what is our testing capability bed during the holiday yet. The union representatives. That you speak to have you talked to them. At all about their response to the cassisi on their behalf from kamala harris and the biden administration that in contradiction to the cdc guidelines. Yeah without spoken specifically about that. I think i think nationally. There's august a big movement to get teachers vaccine before returning to the classroom and i think that's even more of a. It's a tough for controversial subject in places where teachers students had not returned classroom at all throughout this entire year. So here. I think it is a little bit less of a sticking point because we've been we have been back in the classroom and also the union doesn't have a platform they don't they know they don't have any. They're only a handful of collective bargaining contracts in the city. So it's it's not the same type of conversation how would happen here But at the union would absolutely. I think advocate for teachers to be back stated before they interact students right as far as the the presidential party. Line they they. They did advocate for teachers to be vaccinated before returning to classroom. A also acknowledged that. That's not part of the cdc guidelines. So it's pretty interesting interesting stance. Oh again in terms of cdc recommendations. I mean the cdc's stands at the moment and has been dead transmissions can be effectively controlled inside classrooms. Right right if you're if you're using a mask if your distance That i think our schools are pretty. Well set up to do that. Generally speaking especially when thirty to forty percent of the population was still staying at home. So they're more room and classrooms than a typical sized classroom. Right good point all right thanks. Marta an update on this story. Louisiana governor john. Bel edwards announced on thursday. That teachers will be added to the eligibility lists for the vaccine beginning next week. You're listening to behind the lens on. Caroline heldman my guest this week. Weaker education reporter mark juicin' health reporter philip kiefer and the lens editor charles maldonado. Hi i'm michael stein. And i covered new orleans. Cultural economy and local government. Here at the lens is to report stories that others aren't or can't increasingly traditional newsrooms are facing budget cuts and have been curtailing long-term investigative reporting because it tends to be the most expensive kind of work. We're here to fill that gap. Please consider helping us. do this. Important work by making a tax deductible donation. Now at the lens nola dot org slash donate. Thanks for your support philip. A two lane school of medicine administrator has been demoted from her position last week. She says the move was in retaliation for a discrimination lawsuit. She's filed against the university. Who is she. What's her background. What's going on here. So her name is. Dr princess dinar. She was an administrator overseeing a residency program within the tulane school of medicine Just by way of background. She was hired in two thousand eight as the medical director for a separate program within the med school within a year. So by two thousand nine she was hired to be the co program director of the medicine pediatrics residency at the tulane school of medicine which means she was overseeing residents people who graduated from medical school but still need to go through the process of getting hands on experience deferred completing their their education And pretty soon after that She became the program director. She was the first black women program director at the two lanes for medicine in the program was leading medicine. Pediatrics are meant Dishing substantially less white than other residencies according to her lot sear. It became nervous under her leadership which becomes sort of a key. Part of the discrimination lawsuit just a couple things. First of all that she is still employed School of medicine ride. This is kind of a demotion. She received last week exactly. Yeah and the second thing. Is that this that she filed was filed well-advanced Back in october. What was the sort of genesis of that suit. Your lawsuit.

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"dr princess" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

06:12 min | 6 months ago

"dr princess" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"When you say that's it, boy, I'm fine. The beach. You're going 90 Miles an hour down a dead end Street. You don't wanna fight no more. You think that you can with all right, folks, welcome back a racer radio. They have 96 1 11 70 the answer. This segment is brought to you by elk out forward. We're nobody. Absolutely. Nobody treats you better than l come forward when you buy a new or used family owned and operated Did you know that about 80%? There used cars or trade ins? Yeah, they don't go to the auction they send to the auction, so you can rest assured that you could get a new or used it alcohol before to get well taken care of, and the service department works on all cars. It's in your garage. How cool. Is that? All right. We got a very special guest in the house. I don't think dirt dude called in. All right, so dirt dudes resting and they David Hunt races at Verona. He's been out there and you're in the pure stock is well is now the sport Compact. Yes. So do you see that sport compact class growing. I think that sport compact class can grow immensely. It's you know, we picked up a car. Race ready for $600. That's amazing. You just what? You're fine. Where did you find it? Spoke market pain You could get into racing for $600 going to Facebook. Do anything in the car. I mean, other than take the windshield out of it. He took the windshield out. Put a door on it and see what about we had to put a seating it well, it wasn't all right. Already been caged. It already been caged. It was orange Show Barbara pull car. It's a barber pole car. Go around Barber poles, You know, it's like, OK, girly. Very. It's a figure eight. Okay, I got you. So we know we picked it up and she got two races in it got hurt, and I've been driving and ever since we have had personal. Do it, too. Yeah, right. Okay. I don't think I want to get hurt again. Yeah, that's like when somebody walks up and slaps you okay? I don't like I want you to do that anymore. Thanks. No, thanks. Some races love it. Yeah, right. You never been hurt. Have you? Um, in the race card? Uh, yes. Steve used to say I had man hands because I When I crashed, I would say I get I think to myself I can save it and I'd hold onto the steering wheel too long, and we get caught in it. So I for the first two seasons, my Right hand was ugly. Yeah, but nothing too. I mean, I've done everything except flip on Daddy. Okay? Said to Angela, you know everything. Nothing was the scariest I thought it would be of crashing the wall. I've gotten air T boned head on. And nothing was as bad as I thought it would be. So I carry that in. Well, I think a lot of I think a lot of that has even if you're in a car wreck on the freeway After the car wreck on the freeway, you go. Whoa! What was that? Because you don't remember. And you don't. Hang on to it if it was in slow motion, and you roll down the side of a mountain for three hours, you to remember that, But I think I think the other part of it, though, is of course, our safety here and then just having the fire crew there. Just in the back of your blank as your security By amazing they're there in your window within seconds. And so I mean, I don't know that's amazing to in the event that I would ever need them. But we have the safety gear and and that's that's that's extremely important. So going back to the compact class. It's all front wheel drive. Cars are eligible or do they all have to be four cylinders, forcing on 33 or four cylinders? I don't think anyone's gonna be taken any three cylinders out there. What about that little turbo Metro Army? That little three cylinder Turbo Metro? Yeah, we'd be lucky to get about two laps, then. Yeah, that doesn't mean it's not worth it would be a hood ornament are a trailer hitch. Yeah, I'd rather you know, Take the Mitsubishi Mirage out there with the three cylinder than a Metro. Yeah, I just thought I'd throw that out there. But immature cells. There's nothing wrong with it. I mean, it's not the first Jim to herself. It's a 95. It's not a big track car. No Matt Barona things a rocket. It is a lot of fun, and if people want to get into racing, they want to get into the cheap. That's gonna be a growing class. I agree. I talk or if you've been racing big cars. And your wallet is finally depleted. But you still have that desire. Like you said 600 bucks. You got the car. And how much money would you say? You spend the weekend just to keep it on the track. What Gas in it doesn't need special tires. No round in rubber right way changed higher sizes for cocoa pod to get different gearing, So it didn't Revlimid her? Yeah, that's about it. And there are the street tires. Yeah, they're street tires. So it's not like you have to go out and spend Hoosiers are or what have you know? I mean, like you, you've got to spend a little bit of money for tires on your car. And how long does your tires last? Will they last the season? I've learned to make them last longer. I learned how to grind in sight and all that sort of stuff. When I was running the news report back, you don't have to do any of the above. None of the above. And the tires for that are cheaper than my peer stock. Especially when I take my peer stock and run it on asphalt that is chewing up my tires, So I didn't go this past weekend, Did you? Yeah, well, you know, the thing of it is, it's easy to haul it Z Z to work on, There's nothing Carbonated. It's feeling Jack, which makes it even easier. I don't have to do anything. That's that's my kind of go up and race. Yeah, Sounds like Angela does all the work. Up woman interpret, that is no. I would interpret that as Noah's well, she likes am able to race again. I'm what's called an arriving Dr Princess. He chose it. And I just driving like the way you roll. I'm just being honest..

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"dr princess" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:05 min | 7 months ago

"dr princess" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Been ringing insistently as aware of the agency of this particular. Hello father. But i'm coming home after i hang up be sure to shut and doors and windows one of my patients justice from a hospital. She's a homicide maniac. Laura and extremely dangerous. I wanted to tell you right now. You'll do as i ask this insane. Patient of mine is under the delusion that i'm her enemy and she may end for the house immediately. I've already informed the police. Don't let anyone inside the house. I'll be only twenty minutes. Laura shut locked all the windows. Who say no. Don't touch me Donohoe was found by the police. Five minutes after. I had phoned mr kim. She'd been stabbed to death with a kitchen. Hilmi with all the windows and doors and your home locked to put his no mistaking the windows were shut. But apparently laura never had time to lock the back door. That leads to the kitchen before. Natalie cravenly insane patient reach the house sense for service apprentice. You're saying patient seem to have your home immediately after escaping from the hospital. Yes that's a little odd in itself. But i told you how this patient felt about me was king. I treated her for a mental disorder for two years but she developed a fixation about the and began to feel that i was her mortal enemy. You're devoting your time to bring back to sanity. Yes mr key at one. I meant dr this. You were in the hospital. The time of the insane woman's escape now if she wanted to muddy you. Why didn't she attacked you. After you left the building. Why did she come to your home instead. Attack your daughter. The mind was psychiatric. Reaction not ways mr king. This woman nettie craven may have thought i'd left the hospital then. Finding wasn't at home. She must've protect my daughter. Laura to revenge himself on me and see what you mean. Since the death of my wife mr king they've been only two things in my life. My work and my daughter. Laura laura gotten now but i still have my work and i intend to carry on naturally i. I don't want nettie craven punished for the crime. She's completely insane but she must be caught and returned to the hospital before she claims another victim. You for instance dr punches. I wasn't thinking to myself. I'm thinking of others. That's why come to you mr king. The police run the case of course. And if an investigator of your ability in desert and webb's along with them woman will be captured. All the sooner. I intend to do everything i can knocked apprentice. Thank you mr keane. Needless to say you'll be doing great public service. But also thinking about your doctor to simply. Don't worry about me mr clemson. don't mind. I'd like to do a little prescribing in this particular case dr princess. Where's your home in new jersey. Don't call rush ville russia's just across the river that's right not to point. I'd like to exchange house keys with you. I'd like you to stay in my apartment until this case is over. Mike and i will stay in your house. What my what my practice a little bit better for you to miss a few days work now doctrine to end up with no work at home you mean you think nettie craven would try to make me her next victim. If this insane woman killed your daughter. Yes i insisted you take the precautions. Dr case Do you ask mr kim fine and be careful yourself. Remind you that home. Seidel case like netease is most dangerous. I'm aware of that dr punches. There's just one thing. I'd like to add mr kim. If a young man named john digby because try to break the news of laura's murder as gently as possible. John is laura's husband has been. Hey was he living in your home to dr. No matter of fact my daughter laura had just come back to my house the day before she and john will marry only a month ago they had a child is quarrel. What was nothing. Thomas kim young define boy and i was sitting negative. Patch things up between them. You try to notify him of laura's death in iraq apprentice yes. I couldn't reach him anywhere very well. Dr punches you can proceed to my home immediately. I'll notify the hospital. You won't be available for a few days. Meanwhile mike and i will bend every effort to put our hands on this rush vilamoura before.

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"dr princess" Discussed on Let's Talk Addiction & Recovery

Let's Talk Addiction & Recovery

03:38 min | 9 months ago

"dr princess" Discussed on Let's Talk Addiction & Recovery

"Ap and if someone doesn't feel comfortable using eap ap being aware of the mental health services that in their direct community Secondly i would offer up that person to recognize to be transparent Sending out a message letting them know that they recognize that their employees staff or faculty may be having a difficult time right now and offer their support in any way that they can whether that's a day off or having someone assistant in terms of their day to day activities Thirdly i would also encourage that specific organization to continue to advocate olive for their employees but what they do provide in terms of services. Thank you on. A personal note are getting closer to home. What is it that you find you specifically find most rewarding in regards to working with people co-occuring disorders. What i find to be the most rewarding is recognizing that is just not about addiction is just not about mental health. It's both and recognizing that they play off of each other more times than we often think we know this typically. You're more likely to see someone having both mental health and substance use and so when you tackle both of those hours. You're getting a double for your trouble in a way of because you're increasing your probability of staying sober and so why not take care of. The mental health concerns that a person may have whether it's a true mental health disorder or just additional stress on that note. I want i probably should have asked this. I but what did you see going forward given everything that's happened in the country and continues to happen. What are you see in terms of demand or the need for substance use services and mental health services not just that hazel and buddy forbidden in the larger community and in the larger country. I know that i was recently watching the news and they talk about this. Mental health pandemic. That's going to occur after cove it or even during and so recognizing that you're gonna get a wave of individuals who are either have not seek treatment during this time because of needing to isolate or quarantine but also recognizing that their caregivers are also gonna need that assistance and so we're -ticipant that there's going to be a wave of individuals who've either never sought treatment before or seeking treatment again because we have people who have returned to us just because of the current stress as being prepared for that and on that note before we close some people will be tuning in might be looking for help they might be looking for a wise word from you or some avenue of opportunity to to take that first step or that first step again. What is the message. You have and closing for people who are struggling whether they're in the workplace or not that it's okay to not be okay and often tell people even therapists neath therapist and that's true today and that'll be true going forward absolutely dr princess..

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"dr princess" Discussed on Let's Talk Addiction & Recovery

Let's Talk Addiction & Recovery

02:50 min | 9 months ago

"dr princess" Discussed on Let's Talk Addiction & Recovery

"I'm your host. William c moyers and each podcast. I sit down with an expert to discuss the issues. That are at the essence of hazelden betty. Ford's mission for prevention of substance use and cutting edge research treatment recovery support and how technology is increasingly become a force of hope and help and healing for people families and their communities in the battle to overcome addiction. We are recording this podcast in the midst of the pandemic of corona virus and this requires us to take precautions here in the studio that means that our guest dr princess drake and i are in separate rooms but our focus is the same today mental health awareness in the workplace in the midst of a crisis. Dr drake is a mental health practitioner at hazel in betty ford and serves as an adjunct professor at the hazelton betty ford graduate school of addiction studies among.

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"dr princess" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"dr princess" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"So he really just he's like an an a well esteemed expert in this and he is like, okay well, it was her boyfriend who by the way has never been mentioned ever in this storyline can't braid a braid someone's hair drive his life by the way, and then he was like Oh Mary Ellen. Also, she is a four year old never mind she was possessed or maybe she was sleepwalking also like the opposite of being because. I. Think it was his way of cushioning the blow of being like. Okay fine I'm going to stick with Mike quote that it was you. So I look stupid but I'll take the responsibility off your shoulders because if you were sleepwalking possess, you didn't mean to. Yeah but I just by accident. Sure? Sure. Sure. So some actually believe that like another common theories at the neighbors were setting the fires. There's all committing random acts of arson for no reason. But also number that blessedly the fires like. Normal fires also, I feel like if you set enough, if you sit thirty eight fires, someone's house like the houses Gonzo also, if my neighbor knows how to set a wet towel on fire, that's a bar trek of. Do it again. Don't tell me do. Talk. Talk Yeah unless it was like gasoline, right but. Anyway. Where was I? I don't know I. Don't know anymore. So one of the original legends that are not one of the original legends. One of the legends now to kind of set up the story is that apparently there was a guy who came to the farmhouse forever ago and he needed somewhere to stay for the night and when MacDonald sold him no, he like cursed their daughter and ran off into the night and they think, okay well, the legend now based on what Dr Princess Said Is. Oh, she was cursed whole time, and that's why she starts sleepwalking and being possessed in setting these fires inbreeding the hair, her horse's head, and just like also like practicing her breaks I mean when you don't have a sister or another friend out there with long hair, you gotta try on the Horse you gotta give it a low Bob. Especially when there's nothing else to do I be braiding I know every inch of that horses here. Funds aboard. So. Herald said just another way to kind of not discredit Dr Prints, but just to give you another perspective on. His. His Strategy Investigation Herald said, the doctor Prince acted really weird during the investigation He was already known to be super arrogant. He was arrogant with Mary Ellen saying that she was stupid and Basically, he just started acting really weird. Apparently the whole first night that they were there. He didn't even investigate it all. He just made himself like comfortable in someone else's house and demanding all this privacy and like didn't want anyone near Ham it's like counters like moved in. And then.

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"dr princess" Discussed on Still Buffering

Still Buffering

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"dr princess" Discussed on Still Buffering

"His parents and like discovering that they aren't getting people like that's. That is a storyline for its cartoon unimportant what I think, but you know dealt with any kind of a fanciful like magical way, but then relating to something that's real and important to recognize. Sure. not as important, but I did enjoy the goose. You did. The the goose made me laugh a lot. I also wanted to know if Dr Princess is a character that comes back, or is she just there for the one episode she helps deliver gutters. Baby Yeah I know there are several episodes where like all the princesses are just like in of one big princess. Cluster I want to say she's there for all of those. Were just you kind of got all the princesses there? At once I enjoyed the I'm not even a real princess. It's just my surname. Yeah, those are good. But I. Felt seen from Dr Prints. Kind of has a you vibe. Has Me by. I saw her and I was like okay. I'm present I forgot to mention jae-kun lady raining corner. Have Babies and jake know identified as a male character, but he is the one that has the children. and Jake's dad was the one that had him and I like gave birth and I think that's really cool that you have this male character who is. Dating in married to I suppose a a female character, but the males are the ones having the kids because like gender roles seem to mean much in the world adventure time Never thing they make a big deal out of either just like I don't think they ever make like a whole big. Oh, no controversy ordeal over like bubblegum. Marceline, be at some point. to think. Very I just wanted to check she Dr Princess Does appear. In. A lot of episodes, but also she appears in disguise as science wizard. Wizard. Now, did you now you've given away?.

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"dr princess" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

17:22 min | 3 years ago

"dr princess" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Thousand one. By the way. For those of you who have written me saying some of you here what's going on during the network breaks. And because of the after strike the after strike. They're not playing the usual public service announcements during the break that they used to play. Because of actors fees, or whatever the hell. The big struggle is going on right now. So they have sent us this strange music that we are supposed to play during the breaks. My choice of music. This is generic music. It's pretty awful. But we're playing that during the brakes until the resolution of whatever in the hell is going on is resolved dissolve you might want to know. I get a lot of emails on that some of you don't ever hear it others who here the brakes do hear it. And that's it's not our fault. We have nothing to do with that. When the stupid thing is over. We'll get back to normal. And we don't know when that will be all right back now to kneel slate. Well, now, you're byles toast. And so as part of my palm. Hold your head a bowl of cold water. I think that may. Yeah. Sure, I'll do that during the show. Alright. So our brain really is that powerful. It's the command center, you know, it's it's the one part of your body. You can't do without s now let me stop you there. One of the points that we're going to bring a lot of new stuff tonight. We've talked about cloud busting in the past. And who knows what may touch on it? But. You have this notion that our body may have a second brain. Yeah. Now that some notion now, this is believe me, this is not my idea. I'm relaying to you and your audience. Yes, be newest scientific findings on error nervous system. And interestingly enough it really ties in with dynamo. Dynamo Jack when he explains where he's generating the electricity from that. He didn't guides and controls with his big brain he points to the area where the scientists are saying our second brain is. Where's that in our belly in our bellies? That's right. Also, it also ties in with other. Other information that I've gathered from other people who have shown extraordinary controls of mind body, and we'll scientists have extensively. X-rayed MRI and otherwise looked at our bellies. And as far as I know they haven't seen anything that looks like brain stuff down there. Here's what it is. There is a nervous system in the belly. And we're talking about in the intestines called the end Carrick nervous system. Any kind of you know, we knew about this. But it's been kind of ignored. But doctors are now understanding how it is so similar to our big brain in our head and that it's just not an extension of the nervous system. Now what it is. It's a network of nerves that surrounds the the. Let me let me say it this way. Scientists who studied the network surrounding the topic is stomach and intestines. Compare the better known brain in the head to a mainframe, computer, for example. Right. Okay. But. Oh, brain is more like the Commodore sixty four well. Yeah. Because the biological belly brain is a relic of the distant past when at a time when the most important thing in life was eating as opposed to thinking. Okay. Now, you know, millions of years before the dinosaurs. Okay, thinking about tomorrow was distinctly less important than finding the good grub for today. For example, these primitive animals had another concern and the main concern was keeping their belly full. Okay. Now, they absolutely would animals evolved into doing something more than eating then they evolved the better known brain in the skull. Okay. Now, they know by studying growing fetuses in the womb at both brains actually originate from a structure called the neural craft and. It appears and divides during fetal development, and then it forms. These both separate thinking parts of the brain. They know that this enteric brain which they'd begun studying and the the expert in this field is a fellow by the name of Michael Gersh, Sean who's actually written a book called the second brain. The difference between this bundle of nerves and the rest of the nerves such as the nerves that we have that control motormen movement that go to our arms and legs is that. This bundle of nerves in. Our belly is independent. It is capable of independent action. Now, for example, if we were to cut a connection from our from the base of our brain, we would no longer be able to move the tips of our finger, right? We would lose that motor. And we'd lose the sensory information. Absolutely, correct. Yeah. Okay. However, you can take the second brain in the deli and separate it from the brain, and it will still continue to function on its own. That is interesting. Additionally, there is the very famous story of the lady who received the transplant from the eighteen year old boy middle aged lady heart-lung, she got yes. And as you know, she woke up with the wants of an eighteen year old boy and actually ended up dreaming the donor's name which was a secret and this came right after she received the heart and lungs of this year old. It's an amazing story. And it's absolutely true. I'm familiar with the story, and she had a craving for it was either either beer or Kentucky Fried Chicken all the things that he liked that. She couldn't explain if she didn't like that's absolutely never had that then. Yes. Then she actually dreamed his name, which is impossible. So anyway, that would seem to suggest that there is some sort of cellular memory. In our body parts, and particularly those, you know, our heart or lungs, which are in the center of our body here. Well, there there is there is a write up of this particular subject in a German magazine called geo and a professor Wolfgang Printz. Believes all this research is giving new meaning to the the thing. Gut reaction gut reaction. The react this particular area. This bundled is not of nerves receives a lot of information from the brain. But the new study is showing that nine times more information is going from the gut up to the brain. So we're talking about a hundred billion nerve cells. This is more nerve cells in this area, then held in the entire spinal cord now, Dr prince believes that one of the functions of this area in the belly, maybe storing and memory. Of. Feelings of information. And that how 'bout especially the food that it is processed for all its living time another words, it's processed what beer or whatever else. It was. She wanted. It's processed all of these these foods, right? They go through your stomach your intestinal track day, just make the way all over the place. Right. Yeah. So it would have certainly memory of that which has previously processed and enjoyed. That's a distinct possibility. And this is what Dr Princess saying that these gut reactions, we that we have another words feelings towards, and you know, like, you're suggesting food that we eat, but he's suggesting that other types of behaviors that we made exhibit and process based based type behaviors or or or complex behaviors. Unconscious subconscious. Probably base and complex because any complex behavior that we have is a collection of simpler behaviors tied together. Well, then one might by inference imagine that some of our collective consciousness also resides there. Oh, exactly, exactly. It may be that the power is this meeting of the in young that are dynamo. Jack is drawing upon is is more than just his own personal power. But perhaps be collective conscious memory. Connection that's coming that's emanating from his belly. So then when people say things like I've got a feeling in the pit of my stomach. They're they're not just kidding. They're they mean literally, or at least you mean literally in the pit of their stomach, right? Absolutely. And what's what's also, very interesting. Is many psychoactive medicines? That are designed to affect the psychology and the mood altering. Patients those same drugs. Almost without exception have an effect on the activity in the stomach and in the digestive tract and in this area of the brain. And the reason being is that unlike the other nerves in the system this enteric brain in our belly has the same neuro transmitters as the big brain in our head. What we're finding is all what the scientists are finding is all these similarities between this independently operating rain in the belly. And and the brain and the head now, what clicked when I discovered this was a couple of pieces of information. Concerning these higher states of consciousness. Derive from meditation and the similarity in technique, not a technique. But the the the the way in which this belly area of the body is used by by people who practice, the yoga healing, and meditation or to me, it's to imagine first of all the kind of voltages that you're talking about that we can see applied in this video or would be required to set the paper on fire or apparently do what was seemingly done to those people in the video. Those voltages just. I don't see how they could be physically. I marshalled by the body ever. I mean, we have nothing like that voltages that are measured generally in our body and our brains or any part of our body our little tiny barely measurable. Yes. Voltages, but barely detectable. It takes very sensitive equipment to measure that voltage. And you're talking about something so many magnitudes greater. I just I don't see how could I could be where you're an electron experts. You understand the principles of transformers? Correct. Yes. I do. Now. If you take a wire, you wrap it around and around and around you can step up, the voltage direct from very low amount of voltage to very high the correct amount of voltage. That's right. Okay. Now, what if this hundred million? Hundred the the hundred billion pardon me, not hundred million hundred billion nerve cells acts as a transformer transformer. If the discipline involved by this. This man is to. Have the brain arrange these nerve cells. So that they're conducting in a manner that would be similar to a transformer. That's very interesting. I recruited many years ago. I read all of the Carlos Castenada books. Yes. And when I saw dynamo, Jack. And then saw this connection with. The brain in the in the stomach clicked. Right. And I remember years ago Carlos Castaneda reported Don Juan's teaching and Don Juan said, the will is in your belly you recall this. Yes. And one of the things that Don Juan would have Carlos do is practice projecting. The will from the belly like tentacles like octopus tentacles right and focus on moving the will from the belly. So again, here's reference to this other nerve brain center in the body. And then we see Dinamo Jack. He he's pointing to his belly say this is where the yen in the come together. That's what he said. All right, right. Yep. Another reference to this. This belly. Comes from net. Now, I've just a mental block on my. Let's see where did I? I can't think of jurists stuck. I just slipped. My mind. You've been you've been clicked over in one way too long or something. That's all right. You'll find it you'll you'll think of it. It's no big deal. So they're references to this this. Oh, okay. Now, I just remembered what it was man talk Chia is a daoist. Doctor and meditation master, and and in his seminars, he teaches people among other things how to guy the energy in their in their body, and he also references to this belly area. And the way that he puts it he says the energy flows in a circular pattern around the body. It moves up the spine. Over the top of the head and then down toward the belly and starts all over again. And by concentrating on this particular area of the body. You can then increase the amount of of g energy in the body. She energy bring along better health. All right. Listen, I'm.

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"dr princess" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

17:24 min | 3 years ago

"dr princess" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"AM from may eighth two thousand one. Ford just say, okay. Google set. My alarm weekdays at six AM to play nine seventy WFL a. By the way, for those of you who have written me saying some of you here what's going on during the network breaks. And because of the after strike the after strike. They're not playing the usual public service announcements during the break that they used to play because of actors fees, or whatever the hell the big struggle is going on right now. So they have sent us this strange music that we are supposed to play during the breaks. Not my choice of music. This is generic music. And it's it's pretty awful. But we're playing that during the brakes until the resolution of whatever in the hell is going on is resolved dissolve you might want to know. I get a lot of emails on that some of you don't ever hear it others who here the brakes do hear it. And that's it's not our fault. We have nothing to do with that. When the stupid thing is over. We'll get back to normal. And we don't know when that will be all right back now to kneel slate while now, you're byles toast and says part of my palm. Hold your head than a bowl of cold water. I think that may have. Yeah. Sure. I'll do that during the show. All right. So our brain really is that powerful. It's the command center, you know, it's it's the one part of your body. You can't do without s now let me stop you there. One of the points that we're going to bring up a lot of new stuff tonight. We've talked about cloud busting in the past. And who knows what may touch on it? But you have this notion that our body may have a second brain. Yeah. Now, that's some notion as now believe me, this is not my idea. I'm relaying to you and your audience. Yes, be newest scientific findings on our nervous system. And interestingly enough it really ties in with dynamo chat. Dynamo Chac when he explains where he's generating the electricity from that. He didn't guides and controls with his big brain. He points to the area where the scientists are saying our brain is where's that in our belly and our bellies? That's right. Also, it also ties in with other. Other information that I've gathered from other people who have showed extraordinary controls of mind body. We'll scientists have extensively. Rayed MRI and otherwise looked at our bellies. And as far as I know they haven't seen anything that looks like brain stuff down there. Here's what it is. There is a nervous system in the belly. And we're talking about in the intestines called the enteric nervous system. Kind of. We knew about this. But it's been kind of ignored. But doctors are now understanding how it is so similar to our big brain in our head and that it's just not an extension of the nervous system. Now what it is. It's a network of nerves that surrounds the the. Let me let me say it this way. Scientists to study the network surrounding the assault is stomach and intestines. Compare the better known brain in the head to a mainframe computer, for example, right? Okay. But brain is more like the Commodore sixty four well, yes because the biological belly brain is a relic of the distant past when at a time when the most important thing in life was eating as opposed to thinking. Okay. You know, you know, millions of years before the dinosaurs. Okay, thinking about tomorrow was distinctly less important than finding the good grub for today. For example, the these primitives animals had another concern and main concern was keeping their belly full. Okay. Now, they absolutely would animals evolved into doing something more than eating then they evolved the better known brain in the skull. Okay. Now, they know by studying growing fetuses in the womb both brains actually originate from a structure called the neural crest, and it appears and divides during fetal development, and then it forms. These both separate thinking parts of the brain day. No that this enteric brain which they've begun studying and the the. Expert in this field is a fellow by the name of Michael Gershon. Who's actually written a book called the second brain? Difference between this bundle of nerves and the rest of the nerve such as the nerves that we have that control motormen movement that go to our arms and legs is that. This bundle of nerves in. Our belly is independent. It is capable of independent actions. Now, for example, if we were to cut a connection from our from the base of our brain, we would no longer be able to move the tip of our fingers, right? We would lose that motor. And we'd lose the sensory information. Absolutely, correct. Yeah. Okay. However, you can take the second brain in the belly and separate it from the brain. And it will still continue to function on its own. That is interesting. Additionally, there is the very famous story of the lady who received the transplant from the eighteen year old boy middle aged lady heart-lung, she got yes. And as you know, she woke up with the wants of an eighteen year old boy and actually ended up dreaming the donor's name, which was a secret and this came right after she received the heart and lungs of this eighteen year old I it's an amazing story. And it's absolutely true. I'm familiar with the story. And I remember she had a craving for it was either either beer or Kentucky Fried Chicken and all the things that he liked that. She couldn't explain that. She didn't like L. That's absolutely never had that then. Yes. Then she actually dreamed his name, which is impossible. So anyway, that would seem to suggest that there is some sort of cellular. Memory. In our body parts. And and particularly those, you know, our heart or lungs, which are in the center of our body here. Well, there's there is a write up of this particular subject in a German magazine called geo and a professor Wolfgang Printz. Believe all this research is giving new meaning to the the thing. Gut reaction gut reaction. The react this particular area. This bundled is not of nerves receives a lot of information from the brain. But the new study is showing that nine times warrior information is going from the gut up to the brain. So. We're talking about a hundred billion nerve cells. This is more nerve cells in this area, then held in the entire spinal cord now, Dr prince believes that one of the functions of this area in the belly, maybe storing and memory. Of feelings of information. And that how 'bout especially the food that is processed for all its living time in other words. It's processed what beer or whatever else. It was. She wanted. It's processed all of these these foods, right? They go through your stomach your intestinal track day, just make the way all over the place. Right. Yeah. So it would have certainly memory of that which it has previously processed and enjoyed. That's a distinct possibility. And this is what Dr Princess saying that these gut reactions we that we have another words feelings towards. You know, like you're suggesting foods that we eat. But he's suggesting that other types of behaviors that we may exhibit and process based based type behaviors or or or a complex behaviors. Unconscious subconscious. Probably base and complex because any complex behavior that we have is a collection of simpler behaviors tied together. Then one might by inference imagine that some of our collective consciousness also resides there. Oh, exactly. It may be that the power is this meeting of the yin and Yang that are dynamo. Jack is drawing upon is is more than just his own personal power. But perhaps be collective conscious memory. Connection that's coming that's emanating from his belly. So then when people say things like I've got a feeling in the pit of my stomach. They're they're not just kidding. They're they mean literally, or at least you mean literally in the pit of their stomach, right? Absolutely. And what's what's also, very interesting. Is many psychoactive medicines? That are designed to affect the psychology and the mood altering patients. Those same drugs. Almost without exception. Have an affect on the activity in the stomach and in the digestive tract and in this area of the brain. And the reason being is that unlike the other nerves in the system this enteric drain in our belly has the same neuro transmitters as the big brain in our head. What we're finding is all what the scientists are finding is all these similarities between this independently operating rain in the belly. And and the brain and the head now, what clicked when I discovered this was a couple of piece of information concerning these higher states of consciousness derived from meditation and the similarity in technique. Not a technique. But the the the the way in which this belly area of the body is used by by people who practice, yoga healing, and meditation or to me, it's to imagine first of all the kind of voltages that you're talking about that we can see applied in this video or would be required to set the paper on fire or apparently do what was seemingly done to those people in the video. Those voltages just. I don't see how they could be physically. I marshalled by the body ever. I mean, we have nothing like that the voltages that are measured generally in our body and our brains or any part of our body our little tiny barely measurable. Yes. They're voltages, but barely detectable. It takes very sensitive equipment to measure that voltage. And you're talking about something so many magnitudes greater. I just I don't see. How could I could be an electron person understand the principles of transformers? Correct. Yes. I do. Now. If you take a wire, you wrap it around and around and around you can step up the voltage direct from very low amount of voltage to very high correct amount of voltage. That's right. Okay. Now, what if this hundred million? Hundred. The hundred billion pardon me, not hundred million hundred billion nerve cells acts as a transformer transformer. If the discipline involved of by this this man is to. Have the brain arrange these nerve cells. So that they're conducting in a manner that would be similar to a transformer. That's very interesting. I many years ago, I read all of the Carlos Castenada books. Yes. And when I saw dynamo, Jack. And then saw this connection with. The brain in the in the stomach clicked. Right. And I remember years ago Carlos Castenada reported Don wants teaching and Don Juan said, the will is in your belly you recall this. Yes. And one of the things that Don Juan would have Carlos do is practice projecting. The will from the belly like tentacles like octopus tentacles right and focus on moving the will from the belly. So again, here's reference to this this other nerve brain center in the body. And then we see Dinamo Jarek. He he's pointing to his belly say this is where the yen and the come together. That's what he said. All right, right. Yep. Another reference to this. This belly. Comes from net. Now, I've just mental block on my. Let's see where did I? I can't think of this juror stuck I just slipped. My mind. Well, you've been you've been clicked over in one way too long or something. That's all right. You'll find it you'll you'll think of it. It's no big deal. So they're references to this this. Oh, okay. Now, I just remembered what it was man talk Chia is a Taoist doctor and a meditation master, and and in his seminars he teaches people among other things how to guy the energy in their in their body, and he also references to this belly area. And the way that he puts it he says the energy flows in a circular pattern around the body. It moves up the spine. Over the top of the head and then down toward the deli and starts all over again. And by concentrating on this particular area of the body. You can then increase the amount of of g energy in the body. She energy bring along better health. All right. Listen, I'm.

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"dr princess" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

17:09 min | 3 years ago

"dr princess" Discussed on KTRH

"You who have written me say some of you here. What's going on during the network breaks? And because of the after strike after strike. They're not playing the usual public service announcements during the break that they used to play. Because of actors fees, or whatever the hell. The big struggle is going on right now. So they have sent us this strange music that we are supposed to play during the breaks. My choice of music. This is generic music. And it's it's pretty awful. But we're playing that during the brakes until the resolution of whatever in the hell is going on is resolved just want. You might wanna know. I get a lot of emails on that some of you don't ever hear it others who here the brakes do hear it. And that's it's not our fault. We have nothing to do with that. When the stupid thing is over we'll get back to normal. And we don't know when that will be all right back now to kneel Slade while now, your bios toast. And so part of my palm. Hold your hand in a bowl of cold water. I think that may help. Yeah. Sure. I'll do that during the show. Alright. So our brain really is that powerful. It's the command center, you know, it's it's the one part of your body. You can't do without s now let me stop you there. One of the points that we're we're going to bring up a lot of new stuff tonight. We've talked about cloud busting in the past. And who knows what may touch on it? But you have this notion that our body may have a second brain. Yeah. Now that some notion as now believe me, this is not my idea. I'm relating to you and your audience. Yes. D- newest scientific findings on error nervous system. And interestingly enough it really ties with dynamo. Dynamo Jack when he explains where he's generating the electricity from that he'd been guides and controls with his big brain points to the area where the fine tests are saying our brain is where's that in our belly? And our bellies, right? It also ties in with other. Other information that I've gathered from other people who have showed extraordinary controls of mind body. We'll scientists have extensively x-rayed MRI and otherwise looked at our bellies. And as far as I know they haven't seen anything that looks like brain stuff down there. Here's what it is. There's a nervous system in the belly. And we're talking about in the intestines called the enteric nervous system. Kind of. We knew about this. But it's been kind of ignored. But doctors, and now understanding Herro it is so similar to our brain in our head and that it's just not an extension of the nervous system. Now what it is. It's a network of nerves that surrounds the that that that's. Let me let me say it this way. Scientists studied the network surrounding the esophagus stomach and intestines. Compare the better known brain in the head to a mainframe, computer. For example, right? Okay. Intestinal brain is more like the Commodore sixty four. Well, yes. Because the biological belly. Brain is a relic of the distant past when at a time when the most important thing in life was easy as opposed to thinking, okay? You know, millions of years before the dinosaurs. Okay, thinking about tomorrow was distinctly less important than finding the good grew up for today. For example, the these primitive animals had another concern and the main concern was keeping their belly full. Okay. Now, they absolutely. When animals evolved into doing something more than eating, then they evolved the better known brain in the skull. Okay. Now, they know by studying growing fetuses in the womb at both brains actually originate from a structure called the neural crest, and it appears and divides during fetal development, and then it forms. These both separate thinking parts of the brain day. No that this enteric brain which they'd begun that. And the the expert in this field is a fellow by the name of Michael Gershon. Who's actually written a book called the second brain? Difference between this bundle of nerves and the rest of the nerves such as the nerves that we have that control motormen movement that go to our arms and legs is that. Bundle of nerves in our alley is independent. It is capable of independent action. Now, for example, if we were to cut a connection from our from the base of our brain, we would no longer be able to move the tips of our finger, right? We would lose that motor. And we'd lose the sensory information. Absolutely, correct. Yeah. Okay. However, you can take the second brain in the belly and separate it from the brain, and it will still continue to function on its own. That is interesting. But additionally, there is the very famous story of the lady who received the transplant from the eighteen year old boy middle aged lady heart-lung, she got yes. And as you know, she woke up with the wants of an eighteen year old boy and actually ended up dreaming the donor's name, which was a secret and this came right after she received the heart and lungs of this eighteen year old it's an amazing story. And it's absolutely true. I'm familiar with the story. And I remember she had a craving for it was either either beer or Kentucky Fried Chicken all the things that he liked. She couldn't explain if she didn't like that's absolutely never had that then. Yes. Then she actually dreamed his name, which is impossible. So anyway, that would seem to suggest that there is some sort of cellular memory. In our body parts. And and particularly those, you know, our heart or lungs, which are in the center of our body here. Well, there there is there is a write up at this particular. Subject in a German magazine called geo and a professor Wolfgang Printz. Believes all this research is giving new meaning to the the thing. Gut reaction gut reaction. This particular area. This bundled is not of nerves receives a lot of information from the brain. But the new study is showing that nine times warrior information is going from the gut up to the brain. We're talking about a hundred billion nerve cells. This is more nerve cells in this area, then held in the entire spinal cord now, Dr prints. I believe that one of the functions of this area in the Delhi napi, storing and memory. Of. Feelings of information. And that how 'bout especially the food that is processed for all its living time in other words. It's processed what beer or whatever else. It was. She wanted. It's processed all of these these foods, right? They go through your stomach your intestinal track day, just make the way all over the place. Right. Yeah. So it would have certainly memory of that which has previously processed and enjoyed. That's a distinct possibility. And this is what Dr Princess saying that these gut reactions we that we have in other words feelings towards e. You know, like you're suggesting foods that we eat. But he suggested that other types of behaviors that we may exhibit and process based based type behaviors or or or complex behaviors. Unconscious sub-conscious. Probably dais adding complex because any complex behavior that we have is a collection of simpler behaviors tied together. Well, then one might by inference imagine that some of our collective consciousness also resides there. Oh, exactly. It may be that the power this meeting of the yin and Yang that are dynamo. Jack is drawing upon is is more than just his own personal power. But perhaps be collective conscious memory. Connection. That's coming. It's emanating from his belly. So then when people say things like I've got a feeling in the pit of my stomach. They're they're not just kidding. They're they mean literally, or at least you mean literally in the pit of their stomach, right? Absolutely. And what's what's also, very interesting. Is many psychoactive medicines? That are designed to affect the psychology in the mood altering patients. Does same drugs in almost without exception have an effect on the actively in the stomach and in the digestive tract and in this area of the brain. And the reason being is that unlike the other nerves in the system this enteric brain in our belly has the same neuro transmitters as the big brain in our head. What we're finding is all what the scientists are finding is all these similarities between this independently operating rain in the belly. And and the brain and the head now, what clicked when I discovered this was a couple of piece of information concerning these higher states of consciousness derive. Live from meditation and the similarity in technique, not a technique. But the the the the way in which this belly area of the body is used by by people who practice, yoga healing and meditation. To me. It's to imagine first of all the kind of voltages that you're talking about that. We can see applied in this video or would be required to set the paper on fire or apparently, do what was seemingly done to those people in the video. Those voltages just. I I don't see how they could be physically I Marshall by the body ever. I mean, we have nothing like that the voltages that are measured generally in our body and our brains or any part of her body our little tiny barely measurable. Yes. They're voltages, but barely detectable. It takes very sensitive equipment to measure that voltage. And you're talking about something so many magnitudes greater. I just I don't see. How could I could be an electron person? You understand the principles of transformers? Correct. Yes. I do. Now. If you take a wire, you wrap it around and around and around you can step up the voltage from a very low amount of voltage to very high correct amount of voltage. That's right. Okay. Now, what if this hundred million hundred the hundred billion, pardon me, not hundred million hundred billion nerve cells acts as a transformer transformer? If the discipline involved by this. This man is to. Have the brain arrange these nerve cells. So that they're conducting in a manner that would be similar to a transformer. That's very interesting. I many years ago, I read all of the Carlos Castenada books. Yes. And when I saw dynamo, Jack. And then saw this connection with. The brain in the in the stomach clicked. Right. And I remember years ago Carlos Castaneda reported Don wants teaching and Don Juan said, the will is in your belly you recall this. Yes. And one of the things that Don Juan would have Carlos do is practice projecting. The will from the belly like tentacles like octopus tentacles right and focus on moving the will from the belly. So again, here's reference to this other nerve brain center in the body. And then we see Dinamo Jack. He he's pointing to his belly say this is where the yen and the come together. That's what he said. All right, right. Yep. Another reference to this. This belly. Comes from net. Now, I've just mental block on my. Let's see where did I? I'm I can't think this stuck I chess slipped. My mind. Well, you've been you've been clicked over in one way too long or something. That's all right. You'll find it you'll you'll think of it. It's no big deal. So they're references to this this. Oh, okay. Now, I just remembered what was man talk Chia Taoist, doctor and a meditation master, and and in his seminars he teaches people among other things how to guy the energy in their in their body, and he also references to this belly area. And the way that he puts it he says the energy flows in a circular pattern around the body. It moves up the spine. Over the top of the head and then down toward the deli and starts all over again. And by concentrating on this particular area of the body. You can then increase the amount of of g energy in the body. She energy bring along better health. All right. No, listen. I'm I'm okay with your description now..

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"dr princess" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

17:21 min | 3 years ago

"dr princess" Discussed on WLAC

"One this is coast to coast AM on talk radio. Fifteen ten WNYC. By the way, for those of you who have written me say some of you here what's going on during the network breaks. And because of the after strike after strike. They're not playing the usual public service announcements during the break that they used to play because of actors fees, or whatever the hell the big struggle is going on right now. So they have sent us this strange music that we are supposed to play during the breaks. It's not my choice of music. This is generic music. It's pretty awful. But we're playing that during the brakes until the resolution of whatever in the hell is going on is resolved just want. You might wanna know. I get a lot of emails on that some of you don't ever hear it others who here the brakes do hear it. And that's it's not our fault. We have nothing to do with that. When the stupid thing is over. We'll get back to normal. And we don't know when that will be all right back now to kneel slate. Well, now, you're byles toast. And so part of my palm. Holder had than a bowl of cold water. I think that may help. Yeah. Sure. I'll do that during the show. All right. So our brain really is that powerful. It's the command center, you know, it's it's the one part of your body. You can't do without s now let me stop you there. One of the points that we're we're going to bring up a lot of new stuff tonight. We've talked about cloud busting in the past. And who knows what may touch on it? But you have this notion that our body may have a second brain. Yeah. Now that some notion now, this is believe me, this is not my idea. I'm relaying to you and your audience. Yes, be newest scientific findings on their nervous system. And interestingly enough it really ties in with dynamo. Dynamo back when he explains where he's generating the electricity from that he'd been guides and controls with his big brain. He points to the area where the fine tests are saying our second brain is. Where's that in our belly in our bellies, right? Also, it also ties in with other. Other information that I've gathered from other people who have showed extraordinary controls of mind body, and we'll scientists have extensively. X-rayed MRI and otherwise looked at our bellies. And as far as I know they haven't seen anything that looks like brain stuff down there. Here's what it is. There's a nervous system in the belly. And we're talking about in the intestines called the enteric nervous system, and it kind of. We'd knew about this. But it's been kind of ignored but doctors and now understanding how it is so similar to our big brain in our head and that it's just not an extension of the nervous system. Now what it is. It's a network of nerves that surrounds the the. Let me let me say it this way. Scientists studied the network surrounding the software is stomach and intestines. Compare the better known brain in the head to a mainframe computer, for example, right? Okay. Intestinal brain is more like the Commodore sixty four well, yes because the biological deli brain is a relic of the distant past when at a time when the most important thing in life was eating as opposed to thinking. Okay. No, you know, millions of years before the dinosaurs. Okay, thinking about tomorrow was distinctly less important in finding the good grub for today. For example, these primitive animals had another concern and main concern was keeping their belly full. Okay. Now, they absolutely would animals evolved into doing something more than eating then they evolved the better known brain in the skull. Okay. Now, they know by studying growing fetuses in the womb. Brain's actually originate from a structure called the neural crest, and it appears and divides during fetal development, and then it forms. These both separate thinking parts of the brain. They know that this enteric brain which begun studying and the the expert in this field is a fellow by the name of Michael Gershon. Who's actually written a book called the second brain? The difference between this bundle of nerves and the rest of the nerves such as the nerves that we have that control motormen movement that go to our arms and legs is that. This bundle of nerves in. Our belly is independent. It is capable of independent action. Now, for example, if we were to cut a connection from our from the base of our brain, we would no longer be able to move the tips of our finger, right? We would lose that motor. And we'd lose the sensory information. Absolutely, correct. Yeah. Okay. However, you can take the second brain in the belly and separate it from the brain, and it will still continue to function on its own. That is interesting. But additionally, there is the very famous story of the lady who received the transplant from the eighteen year old boy middle aged lady heart-lung, she got yes. And as you know, she woke up with the wants of an eighteen year old boy and actually ended up dreaming the donor's name, which was a secret and this came right after she received the heart and lungs of this eighteen year old I it's an amazing story. And it's absolutely true. I'm familiar with the story. And I remember she had a craving for it was either either beer or Kentucky Fried Chicken and all the things that he liked. That she couldn't explain that. She didn't like that's never had that then. Yes. Then she actually dreamed his name, which is impossible. So anyway, that would seem to suggest that there is some sort of cellular memory. In our body parts, and particularly those, you know, our heart or lungs, which are in the center of our body here. Well, there there's there's a write up of this particular. Subject in a German magazine called geo and a professor Wolfgang Printz. Believes all this research is giving new meaning to the the thing. Gut reaction gut reaction. The react this particular area this bundle of nerves receives a lot of information from the brain. But the new study is showing that nine times warrior information is going from the gut up to the brain. So. We're talking about a hundred billion nerve cells. This is more nerve cells in this area, then held in the entire spinal cord now, Dr prince believes that one of the functions of this area in the belly may be storing and memory. Of. Feelings of information. And that how 'bout especially the food that is processed for all its living time in other words. It's processed what beer or whatever else. It was. She wanted. It's processed all of these these foods, right? They go through your stomach your intestinal track day, just make the way all over the place. Right. Yeah. So it would have certainly memory of that which has previously processed and enjoyed. That's a distinct possibility. And this is what Dr Princess saying that these gut reactions we that we have another words feelings towards e-. You know, like you're suggesting foods that we eat. But he's suggesting that other types of behaviors that we may exhibit and process based based type behaviors or or or complex behaviors. Unconscious subconscious. Probably base complex because any complex behavior that we have is a collection of simpler behaviors tied together. Well, then one might by inference imagine that some of our collective consciousness also resides there. Oh, exactly. It may be that the power is this meeting of the yin and Yang that are dynamo. Jack is drawing upon his is more than just his own personal power. But perhaps be collective conscious memory. Connection that's coming emanating from his belly. So then when people say things like I've got a feeling in the pit of my stomach. They're they're not just kidding. They're they mean literally, or at least you mean literally in the pit of their stomach, right? Absolutely. And what's what's also, very interesting. Is many psychoactive medicines that are designed to effect the psychology and the mood altering patients. Those same drugs in almost without exception have an effect on the activity in the stomach and in the digestive tract and in this area of the brain. And the reason being is that unlike the other nerves in the system this enteric brain in our belly has the same neuro transmitters asked the big brain in our head. What we're finding is all what the scientists are finding is all these similarities between this independently operating rain in the belly. And and the brain and the head now, what clicked when I discovered this was a couple of piece of information concerning these higher states of consciousness derive. Live from meditation and a similarity in technique, not a technique. But the the the the way in which this belly area of the body is used by by people who practice, yoga healing and meditation or Jimmy it's to imagine first of all the kind of voltages that you're talking about that we can see applied in this video or would be required to set the paper on fire or apparently do what was seemingly done to those people in the video. Those voltages just. I don't see how they could be physically Marshall by the body ever. I mean, we have nothing like that the voltages that are measured generally in our body and our brains or any part of her body our little tiny barely measurable. Yes. They're voltages, but barely detectable. It takes very sensitive equipment to measure that Bolton. And you're talking about something so many magnitudes greater. I just I don't see how you can be an electron. You understand the principles of transformers? Correct. Yes. I do. Now, if you take a wire wrap it around and around and around you can step up the voltage direct from very low amount of voltage, very high correct amount of voltage. That's right. Okay. Now, what if this hundred million? Hundred hundred billion pardon me, not hundred million hundred billion nerve cells acts as a transformer transformer. If the discipline involved by this. This man is to. Have the brain arrange these nerve cells. So that they're conducting in a manner that would be similar to a transformer. That's very interesting. I recall many years ago, I read all of the Carlos Castenada books. Yes in when I saw dynamo, Jack. And then saw this connection with. The brain in the in the stomach clicked. Right. And I remember years ago Carlos Castaneda reported Don Juan's teaching and Don Juan said, the will is in your belly you recall this. Yes. And one of the things that Don Juan would have Carlos do is practice projecting. The will from the belly like tentacle like octopus tentacles right and focus on moving the will from the belly. So again, here's reference to this other nerve brain center in the body. And then we see Dinamo Jarek. He he's pointing to his belly say this is where the yen and the come together. That's what he said. All right, right. Yep. Another reference to this belly. Comes from net. Now, I've just a mental block on my. Let's see where did I? I'm I can't think of jurists stuck. I just slipped. My mind. Well, you've been you've been clicked over in one way too long or something. That's all right. You'll find it you'll you'll think of it. It's no big deal. So they're references to the this. Oh, okay. Now, I just remembered what it was men talk Chia is a Taoist doctor and a meditation master, and and his seminars he teaches people among other things how to guy the energy in their in their body, and he also references to this belly area. And the way that he puts it he says the energy flows in a circular pattern around the body. It moves up the spine. Over the top of the head and then down toward the deli and starts all over again. And by concentrating on this particular area of the body. You can then increase the amount of of g energy in the body. She energy bring along better health. All right. Listen,.

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"dr princess" Discussed on KSRO

"Apply. You're listening to art bell somewhere in time tonight, featuring coast to coast AM from may eighth two thousand one. By the way. For those of you who have written me saying some of you here what's going on during the network breaks. And because of the after strike the after strike. They're not playing the usual public service announcements during the break that they used to play. Because of actors fees, or whatever the hell. The big struggle is going on right now. So they have sent us this strange music that we are supposed to play during the breaks. It's not my choice of music. This is generic music. It's pretty awful. But we're playing that ah during the brakes until the resolution of whatever in the hell is going on is resolved. Just what you might want to get a lot of emails on that some of you don't ever hear it others who here the brakes do hear it. And that's it's not our fault. We have nothing to do with that. When the stupid thing is over. We'll get back to normal. And we don't know when that will be all right back now to kneel slate. Well, now, you're byles toast. And so as part of my palm. Hold your head in a bowl of cold water. I think that may help. Yeah. Sure. I'll do that during the show. All right. So our brain really is that powerful. It's the command center, you know, it's it's the one part of your body. You can't do without s now let me stop you there. One of the points that we're we're going to bring up a lot of new stuff tonight. We've talked about cloud busting in the past. And who knows what may touch on it? But you have this notion that our body may have a second brain. Yeah. Now, that's some notion. Now, this is lead me this is not my idea. I'm relating to you and your audience. Yes. D- newest scientific findings on error nervous system. And interestingly enough, it really ties with dynamo chat because dynamo, Jack when he explains where he's generating the electricity from that he guides and controls with his big brain. Points to the area where the. Scientists are saying our brain is where's that in our belly and our bellies? That's right. Also, it also ties in with other. Other information that I've gathered from other people who showed extraordinary controls of mind body Campbell, scientists have extensively. X-rayed MRI and otherwise looked at our bellies. And as far as I know they haven't seen anything that looks like brain stuff down there. Here's what it is. There is a nervous system in the belly. And we're talking about in the intestines called the end teric nervous system and kind of. You know, we knew about this. But it's been kind of ignored but doctors and now understanding how it is so similar to our big brain in our head and that it's just not an extension of the nervous system. Now what it is. It's a network of nerves that surrounds the that that that's. Let me let me say it this way. Scientists to study the network surrounding the thought is stomach and intestines. Compare the better known brain in the head to a mainframe, computer, for example. Right. Okay. But brain. Has more like the Commodore sixty four. Well, yeah. Because the biological belly brain is a relic of the distant past when at a time when the most important thing in life was eating as opposed to thinking. Okay. Now, you know, millions of years before the dinosaurs. Okay, thinking about tomorrow was distinctly less important than finding the good grub for today. For example, the these primitive animals had another concern and main concern was keeping their belly full. Okay. Now. Absolutely would animals evolved into doing something more than eating then they evolved the better known brain in the skull. Okay. Now, they know by studying growing fetuses in the womb at both brains actually originate from a structure called the neural crest, and it appears and divides during fetal development, and then it forms. These both separate thinking parts of the brain day. No that dysenteric brain which they'd begun studying and the the expert in this field is a fellow by the name of Michael Gershon. Who's actually written a book called the second brain? The difference between this bundle of nerves and the rest of the nerve such as the nerves that we have that control motormen movement that go through our arms and legs is that. This bundle of nerves in. Our belly is independent. It is capable of independent action. Now, for example, if we were to cut a connection from our from the base of our brain, we would no longer be able to move the tips of our fingers, right? We would lose that motor. And we'd lose the sensory information. Absolutely, correct. Yeah. Okay. However, you can take the second brain in the belly and separated from the brain, and it will still continue to function on its own. That is interesting. But additionally, there is the very famous story of the lady who received the transplant from the eighteen year old boy middle aged lady heart-lung, she got yes. And as you know, she woke up with the wants of an eighteen year old boy and actually ended up dreaming the donor's name, which was a secret and this. Came right after she received the heart and lungs of this eighteen year old. It's an amazing story. And it's absolutely true. I'm familiar with the story. And I remember she had a craving for. It was either with either beer or Kentucky Fried Chicken all the things that he liked it. She couldn't explain it. She didn't like that's never had that then. Yes. Then she actually dreamed his name, which is impossible. So anyway, that would seem to suggest that there is some sort of cellular memory. In our body parts. And and particularly those, you know, our heart or lungs, which are in the center of our body here. Well, there's there's a write up of this particular subject in a German magazine called geo and a professor Wolfgang Printz. Believes all this research is giving new meaning to the the thing. Gut reaction gut reaction. He did react this particular area. This bundled is not of nerves receives a lot of information from the brain. But the new study is showing that nine times warrior information is going from the gut up to the brain. So we're talking about a hundred billion nerve cells. This is more nerve cells in this area, then held in the entire spinal cord now, Dr prince believes that one of the functions of this area in the Delhi, maybe storing and memory. Of. Feelings of information. And that how 'bout especially the food that is processed for all its living time in other words. It's processed what beer or whatever else. It was. She wanted. It's processed all of these these foods, right? They go through your stomach your intestinal track day, just make the way all over the place. Right. Yeah. So it would have certainly memory of that which has previously processed and enjoyed. That's a distinct possibility. And this is what Dr Princess saying that these gut reactions we that we have another words feelings towards. You know, like you're suggesting foods that we eat. But he's suggesting that other types of behaviors that we may exhibit and process based based type behaviors or complex behaviors. Unconscious sub-conscious. Probably days and complex because any complex behavior that we have is a collection of simpler behaviors tied together. Well, then one might by inference imagine that some of our collective consciousness also resides there. Oh, exactly. It may be that the power is this meeting of the year and Yong that are dynamo. Jack is drawing upon his is more than just his own personal power. But perhaps be collective conscious memory. Connection that's coming that's emanating from his belly. So then when people say things like I've got a feeling in the pit of my stomach. They're they're not just kidding. They're they mean literally, or at least you mean literally in the pit of their stomach, right? Absolutely. And what's what's also, very interesting. Is many psychoactive medicines? That are designed to affect the psychology in the mood altering. Patients those same drugs. Almost without exception have an effect on the activity in the stomach and in the digestive tract and in this area of the brain. And the reason being is that unlike the other nerves in the system this enteric brain in our belly has the same neuro transmitters as the big brain in our head. What we're finding is all what the scientists are finding is all these similarities between this independently operating rain in the belly. And and the brain and the head now what clicked when I discovered this was a couple of. He's up information concerning these higher states of consciousness. Derived from meditation and the similarity in technique, not a technique, but the the the the way in which this belly area of the body is used by by people who practice, yoga healing and meditation or Jimmy it's to imagine first of all the kind of voltages that you're talking about that we can see applied in this video or would be required to set the paper on fire or apparently do what was seemingly done to those people in the video. Those voltages just. I don't see how they could be physically. I Marshall by the body ever. I mean, we have nothing like that the voltages that are measured generally in our body and our brains or any part of our body our little tiny barely measurable. Yes. They're voltages, but barely detectable. It takes very sensitive equipment to measure that voltage. And you're talking about something so many magnitudes greater. I just I don't see. How could I could be an electron person? You understand the principles of transformers? Correct. Yes. I do. Now. If you take a wire, you wrap it around and around and around you can step up, the voltage direct from very low amount of voltage to very high the correct amount of voltage. That's right. Okay. Now, what if this hundred million? Hundred the the hundred billion pardon me, not hundred million hundred billion nerve cells acts as a transformer transformer. If the discipline involved by this. This man is to. Have the brain arrange these nerve cells. So that they're conducting in a manner that would be similar to a transformer. That's very interesting. I many years ago, I read all of the Carlos Castenada books. Yes. And when I saw dynamo, Jack. And then saw this connection with. The brain in the in the stomach clicked. Right. And I remember years ago Carlos Castaneda reported Don Juan's teaching and Don Juan said, the will is in your belly you recall this. Yes. And one of the things that Don Juan would have Carlos do is practice projecting. The will from the belly like tentacles like octopus tentacles right and focus on moving the will from the belly. So again, here's reference to this this other nerve brain center in the body. And then we see Dinamo Jarque. He he's pointing to his belly say this is where the yen in the come together. That's what he said. All right, right. Yep. Another reference to this. This belly. Comes from net. Now, I've just mental block on my. Let's see where did I? I can't think of the jurors stuck I just slipped. My mind. You've been you've been clicked over in one way too long or something. That's all right. You'll find it you'll you'll think of it. It's no big deal. So they're references to this this. Oh, okay. Now, I just remembered what man talk Kaya is a daoist. Doctor and a meditation master, and and in his seminars he teaches people among other things how to guide the energy in their in their body, and he also references to this belly area. And the way that he puts it he says the energy flows in a circular pattern around the body. It moves up the spine. Over the top of the head and then down towards the belly and starts all over again. And by concentrating on this particular area of the body. You can then increase the amount of of g energy in the body. She energy bring along better health. All right. No, listen. I'm.

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"dr princess" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

Black Agenda Radio

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"dr princess" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

"Indeed most readers so do boy no of his the souls of black folk doc water less so you're were so no of his novel dr princess doc water is more passion is more honest more cutting and more uh apologetically radical than the souls of luxeuil gawk wetter deserves to be read today by the black lives matter generation he's that grandfather the heard of but hard we view to read him is to build him to hear his thoughts to fi whose radical spirit i offer to you to you all for skopje reflection and like like we edward burra court two boys scholar sociologist activist educator poet author wbd two boys of life in struggle i thank you all for your time from impersonation this is movie uh abu all too the two months w e b two boys was organized by philadelphia's saturday free school one of the panel members was is mayo jimenez a public school teacher the boy operated from a prove them i would argue obeys assumption that black people in america were never meant to be free and he operated from that assumpico nowadays it's kind of hard to convince people that even of reality we got a lot of people have forgotten that basis on connec proof that parents suggest how they kids and that that has weighed world is not how to ward his operate and i think that's very important that we talk about that when we're talking about the boards now won't go into the boys and marxism which is a real interesting aspect i think the voice surpasses marxism because he looks at the spiritual aids is from a place above not looking at it from like a whole calculated you you know dialectical materialistic type of angle but he's looking at it.

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