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"dr rick" Discussed on The View

The View

02:08 min | Last week

"dr rick" Discussed on The View

"You know this is what they would like to do to the country now to put their reactionary rush limbaugh ideas into the country and the country is not there. It's not there. So it's a losing battle but a temporary win Yeah well, I I agree with you. We cannot go backwards and absolutely these questions are important because if you're gonNA make decisions about gay marriage, I need to know that you're making them as a judge and not as a Catholic judge I need to know that you're making decisions about abortion as a judge and not a Catholic judge because you're this idea that there was some freedom people don't have freedom of religion is ridiculous. There is no law in this country that says you have to believe to be you have to believe. Catholics or Jews or zero astronauts. Nothing nothing says you have to what the problem is is that if you use your religion as they are trying to do to get rid of gay marriage, then you are violating my religious beliefs because I believe you have that freedom and the separation of church and state would really make sure that these kinds of things don't happen and I have a solution later on I'll tell you about but we'll talk some more. We'll be right back. Still ahead a bit too much. STAND UP COMEDIAN BILL burs, snl monologue divides the audience by taking on topics like pride month and white women hijacking the woke movement but. Do the Co. I. Think he crossed the line. Tomorrow on the view, the plot to kidnap her shocked the country now, Michigan? Governor Gretchen, Whitmer hits the view and Megan. His mom's year seeming McCain brings her view when she gets co host plus this week the funniest guy in late night comes to daytime and you know Jimmy's never afraid to share his view and this shark's talking hot topics. Mark Cuban.

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Top US immunologist quits health role over Trump's COVID-19 response

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 2 weeks ago

Top US immunologist quits health role over Trump's COVID-19 response

"Abruptly quit today. CBS is Jim Carcela. Dr Rick Bride, a high ranking government whistle blower, who sharply criticized The Trump Administration's handling of Corona virus, has resigned, saying he was forced out. Bright was sidelined at the National Institutes of Health, where he had been transferred this spring after being kicked out as head of a bio defense agency president Trump Shutdown

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Dr. Richard A. Van Etten: Cancer

Living Healthy Podcast

09:05 min | Last month

Dr. Richard A. Van Etten: Cancer

"Please welcome to the show Dr Rick van how you doing. Thank you very much Andrew and Brittany I greatly appreciate the opportunity to be able to come and talk to your talk your listeners today. Yeah. Well, thank you for taking the time out of your busy schedule to talk to us. So we're GONNA be talking about obviously cancer and how you can prevent cancer do your best to prevent it. But as I mentioned in the Intro, most likely someone knows someone who's had cancer or they've had cancer themselves even it's pretty it seems like it's touches a lot of people but can you kind of tell me how many people does cancer impact on a yearly basis? Well. Thank you for the question Andrew. The lifetime risk of getting cancer is approaching thirty eight or thirty, nine percent. So more than one in three Americans will get cancer during their lifetime. So that explains what you said that basically almost everybody is either been personally. Involved with cancer knows a close family member or a loved one that's been stricken by cancer. So some of the statistics nationwide in the United States, there's about one point seven million people diagnosed each year with cancer. And they'll be about unfortunately six hundred thousand Americans will die every year of cancer. Here in Orange County it's interesting that cancer has overtaken cart diseases, the number one killer, and as soon gonNA happen nationwide. So a very very. Prevalent disease what kind of has led to what's led to that trajectory? Why is that happening? Well, actually the the the death rate from cancer has been falling and it's been falling significantly over the past fifteen or twenty years, which is a success basically for the research that's gone into it through the National Cancer Institute and other mechanisms. But the fact that cancer is now the number one killer has actually also reflected progress in cardiovascular disease. So doing which used to be the number one killer. So we're doing a better job at preventing. Heart disease through the things that you know about treatment of the risk factors like high lipids, blood pressure, diabetes et CETERA. Right? Interesting. Okay. All right. So we got some work to do on the cancer and Kinda catch up. And, that generally, like I mentioned usually happens through education funding, which we'll talk about in a little bit What types of cancers are the most prevalent today? I know that you specialize are a believe in like blood cancers by what are the most prevalent that people run into so we can talk both about incidents, which is the new diagnosis that we have each year and prevalence, which is the number of people living with the disease at any given time. But the top four in both categories are pretty similar. So there's breast cancer which obviously predominantly affects women but also can affect men. Then there's lung cancer there's prostate cancer which obviously is a male cancer and the last one is colorectal cancer. Those are the big four. Close on their heels are diseases like skin cancer and melanoma that's particularly relevant for Orange County where we have two hundred and eight, hundred, ninety days per year rate. And after that come some blood cancers that I specialize in, which is mainly things like leukemia lymphoma and Myeloma Okay. What kind of leads to these types of cancers occurring out of those top four that you mentioned, what? What's the biggest contributor to people getting? Is it? Is it just genetics you got bad genes or something in your lifestyle or in your the world around you I guess causing it. So they're. Probably, equal contributions both from genetics and from lifestyle. Okay. When I say genetics I mean the cancer is principally in the opinion of a lot of primarily a genetic disease in the cancer cells have acquired mutations that contribute to their malignant or cancerous phenotype, their ability to grow and attack the body. Most of those mutations are acquired in other words they happened just within the cancer cell and they're not inherited. So you don't get them from your mother or your father. Now there are exceptions there are well defined cancer susceptibility syndromes the most the one that may be most familiar to your listeners is the bracket jeans Brca which segregating families particularly people, of Ashkenazi, Jewish descent that are inherited either from your mother or your father, and greatly increase your risk for developing breast cancer or ovarian cancer so that the risk for women who doesn't ever bracken gene mutation is about one about eleven percent or one in nine during your lifetime. If you inherit one of these genes, it's virtually almost everybody will get breast cancer ninety percent risk over your lifetime. So, this cancer susceptibility syndromes are very important the need. For instance when there's a new cancer diagnosis, you need to take a careful family history and in some cases be referred to a genetic counselor to determine whether testing family members is indicated. Yeah. Well, that's interesting that you bring that up because my wife actually we went through that process, and so she was found her mother had breast cancer and through that process they found out, she had the bracket gene Brac to and then and so my wife decided because they kind of give you choice like do you want to get screened? Do you not like you kind of have? Do you want to know more or or like not and stay naive to it I guess and so what I've discovered, we went through it and is interesting out of the split my wife got it and her sister didn't so the fifty, fifty there and. It. Seems like. It's I think my opinion is it's good to know because now they're just more aggressively screening her and is that typically the case when you find out about something like that, you're more your screened even more regularly than the average person should be. That's right. A change basically changes the surveillance. In it not to make it more complicated. But there are some genes like the broncos where the penetrates which means that the chance of actually getting breast cancer. If you have the have, the mutation is very high I think there it's pretty straightforward to decide whether to get screened. Right. There are other mutations that can be inherited that don't increase the risk that much increase it above the background, but it's not nearly as high and there it's more complicated to try to decide what to do about that. But. My advice to your listeners is to seek the advice of a NCI cancer center in a a qualified genetic counselor. Those are the people best qualified to help guide you through that decision making process right? Right. When you're going through like you said they ramp up the screening process if you had the genetic mutation but how does how did we get to discovering these genetic mutations I? It sounds like you kind of have somewhat of a background like you discovered or help discover this protein that was causing leukemia right and. How does that process even work? How do we make these discoveries? How do you make these? Discovery I was involved in is one of these acquired mutations not inherited, but it came about from studies done many many years ago actually nineteen sixty that showed that patients with this particular type of leukemia had an abnormal chromosome in their blood cells. And when to make a very long story short when that was tracked down, it was shown that the chromosome was actually an a Barrett. That was acquired in these cancer cells that lead to the expression of this abnormal protein. And that protein. Hasn't is an enzyme which means that it has a ability to catalyze chemical reactions. Okay and that particular reaction stimulated the growth of those blood cancer cells. So. That led a drug company, which is today is no artis to develop us a drug a small molecule inhibited the action of that protein. And that That drug which has the trade name GLIVEC revolutionized the treatment of that leukemia so that in the past everybody died of this leukemia, unless you had a bone marrow or stem cell transplant. Today everybody takes a drug likely. And most people go into remission and when they do, they have normal age adjusted life expectancy. That's example would that's Therapy likely that can do to cancer right? So does this all come from these discoveries? Does it come from just? Tons of data over decades like this one you're saying, it came from research started in the sixties and this didn't have until the early nineties. Is that right or wealth the the The structure of the protein was discovered. I'm saying Circa Nineteen, eighty-four which I got involved. The drug development efforts took place shortly thereafter I'm and the was FDA approved in two thousand one. So it's been on the market now for almost nineteen years I and there are many many other efforts in other cancers that are parallel parallel that. The thing that's happened today is because of our new technology and the genomics and the ability to determine, for instance, the genome sequence very quickly that's accelerated the progress that we can make. So what took forty years from sixty two to the drug being approved now can be done in a couple of years. Wow. Everything's happening much much faster. That's awesome. That's great news for those of US living right now.

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Dallas -  McKinney ISD students return to in person classes Thursday

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:43 sec | Last month

Dallas - McKinney ISD students return to in person classes Thursday

"Today was the first day of in person classes on campuses all across McKinney, Iess D. So how did it go? After three weeks of virtual learning McKinney I s T students who chose to return to campuses today. Superintendent, Dr Rick McDaniel says it was great to see so many students following six months of empty campuses Minto eight different campuses today, and as I walked in the door and saw their faces, it reminded me why I'm in this business there so very excited to be back. And as exciting as the kids are the teachers. They needed their kids back as well. He says. Things went smoothly today and reported no problems with students wearing masks and socially distancing when possible. Daniel says nearly 64% of the student population returned to campuses today.

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Azar says Trump administration aiming for 300 million vaccine doses by year's end

Face the Nation from CBS News

08:10 min | 5 months ago

Azar says Trump administration aiming for 300 million vaccine doses by year's end

"You we're going to go now to health and Human Services secretary Alex ETS are he joins us from HHS good morning Mr secretary Marty Marty good to be with you again great to have you operation warp speed which is what the White House is calling this Porsche to have a vaccine by the end of the year three hundred million doses is the promise can you be clear here is the pledged that all three hundred and twenty eight million Americans will be able to get a shot in their arm by the end of the year Wilmar let's be clear that's a goal and you know I think the Gretzky's once said that you fail to achieve a hundred percent of the goals you don't set and so it's not a pledge it's a goal of what we're gonna mobilize the entire U. S. government private sector to achieve what happened is you know these drug companies and vaccine makers they all said it's going to take this amount of time because they're using their traditional approaches yes you do phase one phase two phase three trials in sequence then you do manufacturing well what the president said that's not acceptable so what we're doing is bringing the inefficiency out of the development process to make the development side faster to get to a safe and effective vaccines and at the same time we're gonna scale up commercial size manufacturing and produce hundreds of millions of doses at risk they may not pan out they might not prove to be safe and effective but we'll have it so we could begin administration right away you said hundreds of millions of doses that is not the same thing as saying hundreds of millions of vaccines ready to be administered to the American public you said this week that the entire American population could receive vaccines by January that's the goal can you that's a hundreds hundreds of millions we have hundreds of millions of people SO three hundred million is the goal and by January that we would set whether by one or multiple vaccine candidates ought to be able to have let's let's focus our energies on actually getting those vaccines developed S. one to set expectations for the American people because clearly you can have a lot of people wanting this vaccine will it require booster shots are you short two three hundred million doses is sufficient well those are great questions Margaret that's actually going to be part of the development programs that do you study is the is it a single shot do you have more of multiple with a booster what type of immune response do you get here that's why you don't go into battle with just one target here so we had a hundred candidates originally we've narrowed it to fourteen and we're gonna keep narrowing that down to maybe four five six that we really place the big financial bats behind and drive on and we might actually have multiple vaccines some of appropriate for different populations in different settings as we said as we see the data gets generated here president trump said on Monday we have prevailed on that same day may eleventh all twelve of the different models that the CDC uses projected that there will be over a hundred thousand deaths by June first how can the administration say we've prevailed when you see a death rate climbing like that what will Margaret as you remember the president clarified that in response to a question that by prevailed he met with regard to testing by building that really novel comprehensive private public sector diagnostic system here in the United States he did not mean the disease burden here and he would actually cutting clarified that you could never speak of prevailing or or success when there's even a single death every death is tragic the disease burden here has been here and across the world has been has been horrible we work to minimize that we believe that our actions to delay and and and and and and flatten the curve saved hundreds of thousands of lives that otherwise could have been lost but but that's still nothing to revel in in terms of any loss of life is tragic for the president or for any of us in the public health world absolutely but given that some of the states are starting to reopen parts of their economy and there's a lag time of sometimes two to three weeks before you see the virus show up how what how much of a sense do you have about whether re opening is re infecting the populace at large weld these will be really important questions Margaret for us to study drug comprehensive surveillance system so that's why a critical part of re opening has been influenza like illness surveillance another hospital admissions surveillance as well as syndromic testing of a symptomatic individuals especially in high risk communities and that's what actually what's going to be really helpful with this federal system in the approach the president's taking of having each state taking a localized decision it's gonna give us really good data you know we don't know what risk of re opening and in other words just yet but you are going to be monitoring it is what you're certainly well we certainly will we'll be monitoring but we've seen some initial instances of states like Georgia that have reopened Florida that's re opening that we have not seen but again it's still early days we think the tools are there and it's also important to remember you know this gets set up as a health versus a consummate kind of conflict it's actually health versus health we see we see in suicidality we see reduction in cardiac procedures cancer screenings on pediatric vaccinations there is a real very real health consequences to the shutdowns that must be balanced against as weak as we try to reopen this economy and move forward absolutely whistleblower Dr Rick bright is going to appear on sixty minutes tonight he specifically names you and his complaint as having downplayed the catastrophic threat the last time that you were with us here on face the nation was March first and at that time you told me what your viewers need to know is the risk to the average Americans remain low do you stand by that I mean do you take responsibility for any missteps you might have so taken so Margaret I think if we found the entire clip that on because I was using words only the doctor found G. Dr Redfield Dr shook at doctor medicine EA would tell me to say in the would repeat publicly also I believe what I said is the rest of the average American at this time remains low but that could change rapidly we always were I was always focused on warning that the situation could change that at the moment the risk was low to any individual American so I stand by that in the sense that that's what the public health people where I don't make this stuff up I go with what felt she and Redfield and shook it and Massenet and others does say because they're the public health experts certain certainly but they report up to you the CDC has been blamed for failure and mistakes with testing do you take responsibility for that so we were confronting a situation that's completely novel there is never been a national immediate testing regime across public and private sectors we have had to literally build this from the ground up Margaret that's what should folks don't quite understand here is that the CDC's role is to develop a an initial fairly low throughput public health test that health labs will what will do for initial diagnosis but then we count on the private sector actually to scale up these high throughput large task capacities and that's what we've done in historic time you know these tests normally takes six tonight any for any problems that the CDC has admitted to having had we wanted to see what problems that the CDC have the CDC had an issue as they scaled up manufacturing of tests to get them out to about ninety public health labs there was apparently a contamination at an end stage there on the third party re agent that never led to false negatives or false positives bought that prevented some of the scale up for a couple of weeks but that was never going to be the backbone of testing a broad mass testing in the United States market that depends on the companies like Abbott and Roche and thermo Fisher hi I just want to cover your calling Peter Navarro has said that the CDC let the country down given the CD well reports up to you do you take responsibility for that what do you think about that I don't believe the CDC let this country down I believe the CDC serves an important public health role and what was always critical was to get the private sector to the

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U.S. faces 'darkest winter' if pandemic planning falters: whistleblower

KYW 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 5 months ago

U.S. faces 'darkest winter' if pandemic planning falters: whistleblower

"Dr Rick right the whistleblower who says he was removed from his health and Human Services post because he raised concerns about coronavirus preparedness testified on Capitol Hill Thursday with some warnings CBS is bill rate health reports twenty twenty would be the darkest winter in modern history he says Americans need scientists like him to speak truth to save lives let us lead let us speak without fear of retribution Dr bright says he warned about the virus in January and was met with hostility by administration officials he was later reassigned to another government job right says failing to develop a national coordinated response based on science could mean the pandemic flu it far worse and caused unprecedented illnesses and fatalities president trump has called bright eight foot disgruntled

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Rick Bright: 'Ousted' vaccine expert says US is facing its 'darkest winter'

KYW 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 5 months ago

Rick Bright: 'Ousted' vaccine expert says US is facing its 'darkest winter'

"On Capitol Hill Thursday of vaccine expert had some harsh words about how the trump administration has handled the covert nineteen crisis report by CBS's Natalie brand without better planning twenty twenty could be the darkest winter in modern history Dr Rick bright a federal vaccine expert told lawmakers he worries America is not prepared for a resurgence of the corona virus this fall our window of opportunity is closing if we fail to improve our response now based on science I fear the pandemic will get worse and be pro longed he alleges he was removed from his post after raising concerns about a corona virus treatment that had been touted by president trump Mr trump wasn't impressed by bright's testimony

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Virus whistleblower tells lawmakers US lacks vaccine plan

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 5 months ago

Virus whistleblower tells lawmakers US lacks vaccine plan

"A government scientist who says he was ousted from high level post after warning the trump administration to prepare for the pandemic says the nation needs to do much more to avoid the darkest winter in modern history appearing before a house panel Dr Rick bright says he's early virus preparedness concerns were dismissed among other things he's worried about efforts to develop a vaccine we need to have a strategy and plan in place now to make sure that we can not only feel that vaccine make it distributed by the minister it in a fair and equitable plan the White House has set up operation at warp speed to do that and president trump is disputing brights believe that it'll take longer than a year and a half to develop a vaccine I think we're gonna have a vaccine by the end of the year product distribution will take place almost simultaneously he's calling bright an angry and disgruntled employee Sager made Donnie Washington

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Ousted virus expert warns of "darkest winter in modern history"

WBT Afternoon Programming

00:24 sec | 5 months ago

Ousted virus expert warns of "darkest winter in modern history"

"Dr Rick bright a top vaccine expert who was ousted from his government research job in April told a house hearing today that the corona virus could lead to what he called the darkest winter in modern history if the US doesn't launch a coordinated national response time is running out because the virus is still spreading everywhere people are getting restless to leave their homes and we have to make critical decisions on how to balance the economy

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Ousted virus expert warns of "darkest winter in modern history"

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

Ousted virus expert warns of "darkest winter in modern history"

"Comes with a blower Dr Rick Wright testified before Congress he filed a complaint that he was fired for political reasons for criticizing the administration's response to the operator of health official turned whistle blower break right he's warning lawmakers that the U. S. could be facing its darkest winter in modern history because he says the country lacks a science based national response to the corona virus pandemic time is running out because the virus is still spreading everywhere right was removed from his top job leading the government agency overseeing the development of a coronavirus vaccine and has since filed a whistleblower complaint alleging his removal was politically

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Dr. Rick Bright, ousted director of key vaccine agency, testifying before House panel Thursday

Brian Kilmeade

00:34 sec | 5 months ago

Dr. Rick Bright, ousted director of key vaccine agency, testifying before House panel Thursday

"The coronavirus whistle blower Dr Rick bright testifying this morning before the house energy and commerce committee in Washington DC bright was demoted after warning trump administration officials about the corona virus pandemic some scientists raised early warning signals that were overlooked and pages from my pandemic playbook where Nord by some in leadership Dr bright is urging a better national testing strategy the right testing and tracing he says he is confident a vaccine will eventually be

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Ousted virus expert warns of "darkest winter in modern history"

Orlando's Morning News

00:38 sec | 5 months ago

Ousted virus expert warns of "darkest winter in modern history"

"Dr Rick Wright is named he will tell a house committee today without more action the year twenty twenty will quote be the darkest winter in modern history he says the US needs a more coordinated national response should the virus come back later this year right was the head of a key vaccine agency within the administration he says he was removed from his job and transferred because he refused to promote a malaria drug the president talked about as possible treatment for cover nineteen he has since filed a whistleblower complaint the administration does not agree with his assessment the president calls him a disgruntled employees so we have this back and forth but it's certainly setting up some drama to play out here on the hill

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Ousted scientist to testify before Congress today

John Reid

00:41 sec | 5 months ago

Ousted scientist to testify before Congress today

"This morning a house hearing is expected to hear from a disgruntled government scientist formerly in charge with overseeing the production of a coronavirus vaccine a preview for minutes delicate Tara in prepared testimony obtained by ABC news Dr Rick bright is expected to tell lawmakers today that the country faces unprecedented illness invade these without additional preparation adding without clear planning and implementation of the steps that I and other experts have outlined twenty twenty will be the darkest winter in modern history but recently oversaw production of a coronavirus vaccine the claims he was demoted after recommending against the use of the malaria drug pushed by president trump as a possible care to code

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"dr rick" Discussed on A New Direction

A New Direction

02:14 min | 5 months ago

"dr rick" Discussed on A New Direction

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"dr rick" Discussed on A New Direction

A New Direction

02:30 min | 5 months ago

"dr rick" Discussed on A New Direction

"A seminar for banking group in on a break on. I came up to me and she told me about story her last job. She was in a company that was a had hostile takeover. She mentioned the new The new president too. I recognize name. He's known as a total hatchet known. I don't remember right now but Half the company is being laid off. She was hoping to be part of that happy. Got a good severance package. But she was part of the half. That was captain to make matters worse. Touched the new president made his executive assistant so she had an evil plan. She was GonNa get laid off so she would talk back to him. He would tell him what she thought of his decisions. He would tell him what people are saying behind his back. Never got laid off. Finally the company is shutting down and wrapping things up and she comes out and says look. I don't understand I've been telling you what I think of you. Dan what you're thinking decision. What people say about you trying to get was trying to get laid off here. How come you never laid me off? He goes you kidding. You're the last person I'd lay off so I knew what was going on. In fact come with me to my next job and BYA system. That's awesome Dr Electric Brakeman off Co author cloth. I need it because Dr Rick. Kirshner also correct this book. Dealing with people. You can't stand the billable Amazon bookstores near you. Also available inaudible actually downloaded the Ottawa. Version Listen on see I listen. I've read this book a couple of times and taking notes but I'm still listening to the book again. I just enjoy it. I gotta be honest with you. It's one of those books they just enjoying. And I I have to keep learning Because I'm going to talk about the the person that seems pretty close to the tank. But they're different. And that's the grenade right. The grenade is the guy I think people can get the grenade in the tank confused because the tank right is is really focused. But the great nut the grenade. Not so much right. They're both intense. They have this intensity they could be loud. They could be yelling. That's what they have in common but when tank is attacking. You know what it's about now. You may disagree with their perception of what they're doing but you know what it's about. The grenade is the tantrum couple of things. Come out and suddenly. It's the government small and that's a problem with the world today and nobody really cares about anything like what's that got to do with this subject leading cause it's nothing it's every it's proverbial straw that breaks the camel's back everything.

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"dr rick" Discussed on A New Direction

A New Direction

05:30 min | 5 months ago

"dr rick" Discussed on A New Direction

"What's my response? Some of them will say. Oh you're going to cry so say oh you're GONNA be angry. Some say you're GONNA hit me back. You know what actually all those things are possibility. Just choose because I could laugh at. You could actually. I could actually sit in the corner. I could actually walk away. I can actually do a whole bunch of things in response to that because I can choose that emotion sideways easy but we can choose it. And that's that's really the ultimate point of it right is that you have that choice. And here's the other thing Dr Rick's going to talk about this later too is that you know how we choose to relate to others is also our choice how. I choose to interpret somebody else's emotion. How I choose to decide if I really want to understand that person and really want to develop a relationship with that person emotionally. That's a choice. How far do I want to go with that person emotionally? That's a choice rate. And so when on the skilled one to ten how you doing emotionally really both being able to control your emotions and also being able to really tap into the emotions of other people and then finally we have the spiritual area. Why people agree on the spiritual it. Listen here's the deal if you remove the physical. The mental emotional. What's left that to me is the spiritual area right. There's something there's something inside each one of us. If you really really test it hard you know that there's some things that you just can't explain emotionally mentally or physically that sometimes it can be this piece of music that touches you in a level that you can't even describe it's so deep sometimes it's something that hits you you know it's not emotional but it's it it it can hit. You hit you in a way that maybe gives you sense. He sorts of joy. Your sense of contentment that you can't explain. Sometimes we enter into things like meditation prayer or we talked to nature. We talked to God in a way that settle system the question I have is. How's it working for you? What did you do change it on scale of one to ten? How's it work and then you need to do to change it by the way. Those four swears legs mature right chairs on even man. Your posture is going to be if you sit match too long right you stay in those uneven for areas too long wet just like your posture is going to be bad. So your life is not going to is not going to be working right. Either and by the same token of all four of those areas are too low. You know what's going to happen. Well you have the similar types of issues and you know what those issues are. Well the fact that the matters of it's too late you can't actually eat at the table because you're gonNA look like the little kid at the little kids table on Thanksgiving right. So those are the those are the four areas of our lives that we want that we talk about and and you know. I know this for sure that my friend Dr Rick Brinkman. I saw him actually smiling When I was doing this. Because he's he's on the other hand and we're doing we're doing the show in a little bit different way We we were not doing it in our normal way. We're doing it in kind of a a taped way and it's and we're having some funds so I'm never really done this actually seen my guest face to face like this so we're going to have a little fun but let him too euro quick because he's really a special guy and I really do consider my friend and I come to love him dearly. I really have his name is Dr Rick Brickman Brickman. And he's best known for his conscious communication expertise conveying to millions of people via keynotes and trainings radio. Tv print interviews numerous award winning books videos audio programming. Dr Brockman has been touring nationally and internationally for a long time. Give them started. But it's been a long time. And he shares his human behavior insights practical communication strategies in in really his trademark entertaining and educational style. And you really will Here his sense of humor because he's got a great sense of humor. He earned his doctorate in naturopathic medicine from National College of Path. Medicine in Portland Oregon. Hello my friends. Corwin he also filed his residency and obstruct obstetrics in psychology and He opened up a practice in my body he has written and Co authored several bestselling books including this one in its third edition dealing with people. You can't stand And Lebron's going to do another book that he's got. You know how to book on meetings that I have that he's done. That is absolutely Dealing with meetings that you can't stand so we're going to be doing that too. He's received numerous awards including the funniest speaker of the year by the Sales Forum and the Institute for Management Studies and Distinguished Faculty. Would he is absolutely one of the top ten best. It's one of the top ten bestselling books and Clemmie House He's won several several words as I said before and by the way he's just an outstanding speaker and he's a great friend police John. Welcome to a new direction and.

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"dr rick" Discussed on A New Direction

A New Direction

03:00 min | 5 months ago

"dr rick" Discussed on A New Direction

"Yes. You know what I'm talking about. I am talking about the binge of dealing with people. You can't stand. This is the revenge show. Dr Rick Brinkman. We joking around with Ben Show and then somebody said Oh I heard you guys talk about the revenge show. We should do the eventually went. We're going to do the revenge show. So that's what we're doing. We're doing the revenge show. It's going to be fantastic. Dr Rick Brinkman back with us and we're GONNA have a Lotta Fun. We're GONNA work through some of these people that you have seen. You may even be one of them. You may be all of them at one time or another. I'm telling you you could be the grenade you could be the sniper murder you could be. You could be the know it all you could be. I think I know it all you know who you are because you think you know it all I know you do. I know you know and Dr GonNa talk about that as well but before we do that. Let's do what we do every week. And you know what that is. I check in with the four areas of your life. Look here's the deal. I believe her for part. People physical people mental people emotional people were spiritual people. And you know we're living in a very odd and unique time in riots and one of the things about living in this time in our life is you know what do you do with yourself. Physically mentally emotionally spiritually. Because you actually have control over those things so sometimes it happens. When we are beset with all sorts of circumstances we have a tendency to believe that we are out of control and that we can't control the circumstances around and it's just simply not true. You know the truth is that you have a lot of decisions that you can make in controlling what you can't control this. You could tell everything but let's talk about these four areas the things he could control right. I as the physical area. You can't control a lot of what you're doing physically. You could stop sitting on the couch and get up and walk seriously. Do you. My neighbor my neighbor lady I sh- she's older she did. She just decided to walk around her house. She did laps around a house. It's kind of hilly. That's what she did. She decides she said to me she said you know I'm tired. I should not be sitting around and I just need to get out and so she said every damn do my laps and so she does my my other neighbors they walked. They walked the walk. The neighborhood it's a half mile circle and so they walk a little neighborhood and a half now folks. There's just a lot of things that you can do to enhance your self physically. You can put down the fork. You can get your hand out of the potato chips you can start drinking the soda. There are many decisions that you can make. That can improve yourself physically. So in a scale of one to ten one being miserable outstanding. How you doing physically? And then what are you? GonNa do to change it. That's really the key right. 'cause that's that's why. I want you to do all right. That's the physical..

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Whistleblower: US could face virus rebound 'darkest winter'

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

Whistleblower: US could face virus rebound 'darkest winter'

"The government whistleblower who says he was ousted from his job for warning the trump administration about the virus pandemic is cautioning of potentially dark times ahead Dr Rick bright says unless the government moves decisively to prevent a virus rebound America is looking at the darkest winter in modern history in prepared testimony bright will tell a house panel tomorrow he fears unprecedented illness and death unless the nation develops a national coordinated response rooted in science listing and national testing strategy among other things the White House as urges states to take the lead on testing a federal watchdog agency has found reasonable grounds that bright was removed from heading the biomedical advanced research and development authority for sounding the alarm about the nation's virus preparedness Sager mag ani Washington

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"dr rick" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

Psychologists Off The Clock

02:40 min | 5 months ago

"dr rick" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

"Back again to introduce the second part of this two part series of Rick Hansen talking about his new book. Neuro Dharma and in our introduction. Today I just wanted to ask you to tell our listeners about one or two of your favorite recanting practices that you use most regularly to cultivate your own centeredness or cultivate your own happiness. I love his he'll practice. I think that's the one that I teach them to my clients so that I use them both so he'll is really savoring positive moments and you have a positive moment h you enrich it with the U. amplify with a and then you link it to maybe some to add more difficult moments. That is really powerful. Especially right now. We'll just need to find little glimpses of positive healing wholesome moments to take in really download. I also really appreciate his way. That he describes the Buddha Dharma and Sanga which are the three refuges and Buddhism and he brings them into a more modern day the more modern day world so the boot abby who are new teachers that you really find wise and that you can turn to right now. I certainly find that helpful reading readings of people that I find inspiring. What are the teachings that they offer? That's the Dharma and then the Songa. What is your community and I think that using those wreckages building those up in your own life can be incredibly helpful. A place to turn to when things are really uncertain now is the time when a lot of us are thinking about these larger existential issues and in the second part he really talks about some of those larger sort of issues of like timelessness of mortality of how we sort of see ourselves in the broader scope of the world. And what's so beautiful about the way that he presented his. It feels really accessible. He also gives you some underground things that you can do to manage some of the uncertainty Anxiety in some sort of open questioning at is really facing arrest right now so I think as a podcast hosts psychologists moms and just humans have been really hungry for WHO. Who is it that we can bring on the show? That's going to be like a a guide for for all of us for US personally and for all of you and we've been so privileged to have this little series here Robin walls ler talking on existential and her wisdom around data A couple of episodes and Paul Gilbert coming up and it feels like. We're just getting a chance to hear from real leaders that are leading their really leading us through these difficult times so take comfort in.

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Office of Special Counsel says removal of Health whistleblower was retaliatory

Ben Ferguson

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

Office of Special Counsel says removal of Health whistleblower was retaliatory

"The office of special counsel found reasonable grounds Dr Rick bright was removed from his office for opposing widespread use of a drug touted as a corona virus remedy by president trump attorneys for bright say the O. S. C. an agency responsible for investigating whistleblower complaints made a determination that department of health and Human Services may have violated the whistleblower protection act HHS is a doctor bright was not fired but rather re assigned president trump has described bright is a disgruntled employee Jared Halpern fox

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Lawyers: Investigators recommend whistleblower is reinstated

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 5 months ago

Lawyers: Investigators recommend whistleblower is reinstated

"Lawyers for a government whistleblower who was punished for opposing the drug president trump touted as a coronavirus remedy say federal investigators are recommending he be reinstated Dr Rick bright led the biomedical advanced research and development authority before suddenly being transferred last month after speaking out I was pressured let politicking coronas and drive decisions over the opinions of the best scientists we have in government his lawyers say investigators have found reasonable grounds that the health and Human Services department violated the whistleblower protection act in removing bright and are asking that HHS to reinstate him at the White House to me he's a disgruntled guy and I had heard great things about I mean right had been given a job performance review of outstanding before being transferred Sager mag ani Washington

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Lawyers: Investigators recommend whistleblower is reinstated

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 5 months ago

Lawyers: Investigators recommend whistleblower is reinstated

"Lawyers for a government whistleblower who was punished for opposing the drug president trump touted as a coronavirus remedy say federal investigators are recommending he be reinstated Dr Rick bright led the biomedical advanced research and development authority before suddenly being transferred last month after speaking out I was pressured let politicking coronas and drive decisions over the opinions of the best scientists we have in government his lawyers say investigators have found reasonable grounds that the health and Human Services department violated the whistleblower protection act in removing bright and are asking that HHS to reinstate him at the White House to me he's a disgruntled guy and I had heard great things about I mean right had been given a job performance review of outstanding before being transferred Sager mag ani Washington

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Ousted vaccine director files whistleblower complaint alleging coronavirus warnings were ignored

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:20 sec | 5 months ago

Ousted vaccine director files whistleblower complaint alleging coronavirus warnings were ignored

"Vaccine expert Dr Rick bright has filed an extensive whistle blower complaint claiming he tried to raise alarms of endemic back in January and was ignored I never met him I know nothing about him but he's a disgruntled guy right is schedule to testify next week in front of a house panel Natalie brand CBS news the White House

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"dr rick" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

Psychologists Off The Clock

13:17 min | 5 months ago

"dr rick" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

"Or love or the feeling of your whole body or or to meditate if you will while you walk you want to your training yourself. There's an element of training and it's okay. It's a little bit like a workout in a way. So you want there to be a little bit of challenge to but there shouldn't be so much challenge that is frustrating. You're irritating You know we want to be drawn to our practices. Yeah Yeah Okay. So the next practice is warming the heart. Mitch refers to build a minds hearts that are imbued with compassion and kindness. And I wonder if you can talk a little bit about the neurological basis for the importance of compassion. Why is it so important to build this? This idea of compassion kindness in sort of connectedness to others. Lots in their compassion. I is a response. Typically to suffering so kind of presupposes suffering kindness could be a response to suffering but it doesn't presuppose. Compassion has quality of tenderness and sympathy. The all in wanting to help kindness. More as a sense of I. I hope you'll be happy. There's a friendliness and they they kind of blurred together but it's useful to tease apart. These elements yeah Neurologically One of the useful things to understand is that as warm heartedness increases both his compassion element. And it's Kinda Salman love. Broadly Loving nece broadly One thing that happens is that naturally oxytocin activity increases in brain and this neuro chemical hormone is called armone learned operates outside the nervous system Has There are receptors for this neuro chemical in both the prefrontal cortex on the forehead and in the middle of the alarm bell the brain? Technically as you know there to them so In both the Magdala and in the PREFRONTAL CORTEX as oxytocin activity increases related to increase feelings of compassion. Kindness of that has a calming and soothing effect it reduces anxiety because the receptors for example for oxytocin. Mikla are inhibitory. They functioned like brakes. Distinct from the gas pedal of excited Tori neuro chemical activity. And so and you can notice it as you feel a receiving of loving us or if you feel in expressing loving us you tend to feel stronger and calmer less fearful more resource internally to cope with life in in part to the mechanisms that. I've just delivered to here. Yeah yes an amazing thing. I mean the research on this is so fascinating that when people are Put through blake pain trials. But they're connected physically or even through photographic documents to people that they love. Their experience of pain is mitigated. It's incredible and from happiness standpoint. We know that being connected to those. We love increases are positive affect Bill Practices that really engage our compassionate muscle in into get more facile with. It is is really something that can help us build more happiness. Turn one thing. One thing about that just briefly is that we understandably and people often feel wounded related to not receiving enough loving NAS coming toward them in various forms in inclusion empathy appreciation liking loving flowing in and understandably they seek it from the outside and that's totally appropriate as a therapist. I'm on their side to try to help them find that and so forth that said the world is often slow in coming and Meanwhile though we have always the capacity unilaterally to gradually nourish and feed and strengthen and express loving us from the inside out flowing out into the world and wonderfully as that quality qualities of compassion and kindness friendliness happiness for others seeing the being behind the is not walking down the street wishing L. to other people as we feel those things we feel better ourselves and it's great to know that we have the power to tap into the power of loving us even if the world is slow to come and we can also offer yourselves. I love the work of Kristen. Nathen Chris Grammar. We've had Chris Gerber on the show before. And as you know I was connected to you through Susan pollock who does self compassion for parents but being able to direct compassion towards ourselves to such an empowering idea that we can send it out into the world we can offer ourselves in. We can get more skillful at getting it from other people as well. I'm curious for you. What's your favorite compassion? Exercise exercise to build on compassion for yourself. Wow I do this in different ways and I even. I started doing it a while ago. When is about to give a talk? And it's actually a real laboratory demonstration. What I just said so I try to feel the person buying the is like I'm doing with you right now and And I do it many many times a day. I tried to including with people who are strangers on the street or even adversaries. That's really interesting to work with. What's called the difficult person or the person who is challenging for you And so I to slow down for the extra three four seconds to feel to get a sense of the person behind the is behind a gendered face right behind certain you know ethnicity. Just the being the WHO is that who are you. Broadly not presuming an entity in there. But it's more like the process. You know the the being ness find the is tuned into that including and then open to the suffering. The difficulty strained wariness the burden. And I are. I don't know you I know myself so. I'm really quite privileged. I'm quite fortunate I can assure you have had some good fortune yourself and still we all weary retired where aging were concerned about others and we can intuit that and other people so contact the being on the is into it. The pain in two of the suffering with trying to presume or feel superior in any way but in a very real sense and then I'll locate the fundamental feeling of carry or wishing. Well even knowing out. I can't do anything about it or wouldn't be appropriate for me to do anything about it but still I have a a caring warm supportive feeling for you of you. Whoever you are including Yale right now and So that's the fundamental practice I do. I do it formerly. Sometimes we in Meditative ways where for example in people will will say things to themselves like picking. A certain person may be safe maybe happy and so on but a lot of it for me is about the feeling of it and becoming kind of wall to wall day to day and what. I noticed when I started doing that before. Giving Up Talk. I'd be looking at the audience before Linda on stage while my heart was pounding and I would just get a feeling for the people in the room. Just look around half a dozen faces and just get a sense of contacting them as beings and instantly my own anxiety would reduce and I will be drawn into being helped out our get. Outta my head over there with them and then bomb. Because that's what I'm supposed to be doing right. I'm supposed to be there for them. Not Me with my anxious self-conscious preoccupations and be over there with them and then bum felt better and of course it would be easier to talk and I would feel a lot less anxious inside. That's really cool. I love Helluva those examples. They left certain how that relates to being of service to others in public speaking for which is so excited provoking for so many people to ruin his practice. Okay how `bout resting in fullness which is a practice that encourages us to develop a sense of peacefulness contentment in enough nece. One thing that I think is really important to note in you. You mentioned this earlier. That craving wanting more is built into our neurology. And so this idea of resting in fullness sort of runs counter to that natural biology that that we all live with and in one sense. We don't want to let go because we need to know when we're hungry. We need to sort of know when to pursue things so you offer pretty nuanced view of of wanting and fullness. I wonder if you could speak a little bit too that it black and white as one might assume its might wish off. This is one of the most interesting topics of all and it's right at the heart of Buddhism for example for those who care about that Sir thank because in the four noble truths. We have the truth of suffering. It's not the life is suffering is that there is suffering Second the source of much are suffering in a word craving. I'm going to get to that word a minute. Then we have the third noble truth that follows which says there is a possible end to that craving and therefore to the suffering the harm that ensues and then there's a fourth noble truth. There's a path of practice. It's very grounded in very specific and has nothing to do with faith. It's all about personal practice. The cultivation wise intentions wise view. Why speech as mindfulness and so forth. And so for me. The fulcrum of Buddhist practice certainly is the transition from the second third noble truth from more craving to less cribbing. What could they possibly mean? So bear with me slightly from neuropsychological standpoint craving is a Dr State grounded in a sense of deficit or disturbance in the meeting of an important need. That's the crux of it. So if we ground the Dharma in nature in life if we're interested in craving we have to think about what do we need? And how do we manage our needs? And how do we experience sufficiency of needs being met in a changing often challenging world really at the crux right and nobody has really explored debt? Which is so interesting. Nobody deeply interested enough. Nobody has really brought to bear the tools of evolutionary neurobiology. You know in the ways in which craving has been shaped by evolution and the ways in which the management ever needs has been shaped by evolution especially in the last couple million years in the evolution of our capacity and our needs for relationships of various cuts. Right so it's really interesting and a couple of distinctions are useful Between wanting and the problematic sense of driven US pressure contraction insistence Addiction at the extreme and distinct from that. I'll just call it ordinary Kind of coping aspiration A sense of Lichen without wanting or preferring or undertaking something rather than feeling really contracted around it and so the point is we can meet our needs. Let's say for safety or satisfaction or connection the three big the big three met through avoiding arms for safety approaching rewards for satisfaction and attaching to others. For connection these are fundamental ideas in psychology biology Kind of organized. It in this way but this is not exotic or it also. They had made up on so the point is even when you're need for safety is challenged. You can feel a sense of calm. Strengthen the core of your being maybe around the edges. You're kinda nervous about that big truck driver next to you in the rain. But you're a good driver. You're doing your kids are in the back seat and you're GonNa move past that truck. You're watchful your attentive. But you're not panicking. You're not flooded with anxiety you're not in a high state of distress just because there's a need for safety. This challenge doesn't mean we need to get stressed and fearful and angry about it similarly if we ever needs for satisfaction we can pursue goals. We can do emails we can work. But without feeling contracted about it or being hyper attached to the outcome distinct from being caught up in driven us or being gripped by frustration or disappointment or addiction to problematic pleasures. The same with relationships right We can navigate tricky conversations without having resentment or hate invader mind. We can deal politically with them with whom we have grievances say are we feel misunderstood mistreated by but we don't have to hate.

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"dr rick" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

Psychologists Off The Clock

03:02 min | 5 months ago

"dr rick" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

"Of the moment Offering has time to sink. Its route set right now. Then we have they report a sense of being one with everything you know the joke about the Dalai Lama. The hot dog vendor. Make me one with everything Ray and so is that oneness with everything. Non Dual awareness. Where you have a sense of just being a local expression in the vast tapestry of reality rather than a beleaguered isolated separated itself at war with everything here to self-centeredness drops away. Self Referential Processing Drops Away There's a beautiful summary. Line from the grade. Teacher Dole Gun in the twelve hundred in Japan said the study. The way is to study the self to study. The self is to forget the cell to forget the self is to perceive oneself as all things who so that's very cool and then the seventh quality. This is this potentially controversial one because it gets into what may well lie beyond ordinary reality now for people. WanNa stay inside the frame of ordinary reality. The natural frame so-called or people are committed to a stance which is their right of atheist or agnostic. Them that's fine but there's a lot of language in the early teachings of the Buddha Indefinitely Awad this found in the other traditions of the world that does point to some beyond ordinary reality sewing gives us material not from the standpoint of trying to persuade anyone. I try to really mark the distinctions. That are present here in yet. The also respectful of the fact that for May people. They can't imagine deep practice without reference to the transcendental. And what might that be? The Body Language. That was very spare out like the uncondition the death less the unchanging away of thinking about this as he pointed out that conditioned phenomena in other words the condition stream of consciousness one thing leading to another like a bunch dominoes falling or conditioned physical reality dating all the way back to the Big Bang. It's always changing and so it's an unstable unreliable basis for the most sublime enduring happiness. So he looked for what was less and less conditioned or fabricated or constructed and away to understand. This is in terms of You know a sense of what is unconditional in around consciousness in the sense that awareness is uncondition conditioned because it can represent anything moving through it or more deeply. Whoa what might live beyond the veil right. And which and that which has unconditional and if it's conditions at some changing therefore timeless therefore eternal and perhaps With always a quality of uncondition possibility always just prior to.

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"dr rick" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

Psychologists Off The Clock

04:35 min | 5 months ago

"dr rick" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

"But what do you do? You got a pill stuck in your throat or your back is killing you. Or you're trying to get a toddler into a car seat or fate with your partner. Yeah can you maintain what I call an unshakable core in the ground of your being around which other things are happening and and to me? That's a reasonable aspiration. And that's the fundamental standard. You know what you're resting state Was In the core your being even when you're challenge. What's the quality of feeling in the background of awareness? And when you want to see can you drop into some pretty profound places? Those are legitimate questions and their with their attainable. We can grow in developing those ways and to me. That's what we're talking about here. We're not talking about Walking around in the state of white light consciousness all the time. Although that's pretty cool for at least our hour to kind of come back to normal reality plant. I'm really talking about here. What's it like to be you when you're driving in traffic or during the dishes whereas you set argument your partner that's the real test? Yeah let's let's sort of come back to our some of those core quality so you dedicated this book to your many teachers which I love teachers. Don't get enough credit in general But you describe some core features of lightened individuals. Who have been your teachers throughout your life. So I wonder if you could talk a little bit about what the teachers that you so admire. In common in wire these characteristics are useful for the rest of US normal ordinary people who don't live in an Ashram to call on grant while either different ways. I'm sure of sorting the Saudi. From either seven qualities that are that are undeniable. And they're essentially a cluster of quality so first quality is steadiness of mind. There's a stability of presents. Mindfulness there's also capacity to control attention pulled away from what's not useful wrestling what he does and become deconcentrated you know including non ordinary states a meditative of if that's of interest to a person steadying someone second there is a warmth of heart compassion kindness loving us at a friend who trained as a monk among Asia for nine plus years as to if he ever met anyone who is enlightened and he said well in that tradition. There's much more testing and they watch you for a while. Right any laughed. He sent you out. I definitely met some people who were considered to be extremely long if not fully cooked and he said they were always alike. They were always the same. Want what do you mean? Say Well No some as they were funny sometimes. There were serious but in this sense they were always the same. If you're nice to them they really loved you. If you're mean to them they really loved you. In other words there love was unshakable. Now they might do something like tell you you have to leave the monastery. 'cause you're going marijuana in the jungle and that's not cool is among can. Thailand may be but this still really loved you and you're welcome to come back so a steadiness of warmth of heart third equality of equanimity in the waves of live a stability of walking evenly as were over uneven ground of the stability of peace contaminant love and an absence of craving. This goes to the Buddhist teaching about the second and third noble truths of craving grading suffering and less craving leading to happiness. Tom And so. How do we actually do that? The biological character who is designed to crave in order to live and survive so fullness I call that resting in fullness and then Kinda speeding up here. The remaining four really move into the deep end the pool. This is Simpson. These people that they are integrated in whole deep self acceptance. Nothing's left out. They're not lying about anything or denying anything. They're not racked with inner conflict and their consciousness. Has this non dual quality of awareness and its contents as one. Single Field wholeness also a sense of being completely president not obsessing about the future not worrying about the past receiving now knows right at the emergent edge of the moment Offering has time to sink. Its route set right now. Then we have they report a sense of being one with everything you know the joke about the Dalai Lama. The hot dog vendor. Make me one with everything Ray and so is that oneness with everything. Non Dual awareness. Where you have a sense.

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"dr rick" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

Psychologists Off The Clock

05:31 min | 5 months ago

"dr rick" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

"Reasonable. I. It's warm accessible to encouraging. We keep going but there's some kind of buried in the reference notes and it was fun for me to be thorough about it and I'll confess something. I've never confessed publicly. Which is I'm GonNa West Coast guy kind of grow in California although it might cultural roots run through North Dakota in the Midwest that's Kinda identify myself and one thing I've noticed over. The years is a certain prejudice from East coasters. I know you work at Brown present. Company excluded California. Okay Okay Oh good. We're on the same page there. That's very anyway. So there's kind of this prejudice. That West coasters are are lazy. You know navel-gazing Tub people it added other die. Quiche eaters and I like the idea the fact that honestly know. A lot of good scholarships coming out of the West Coast and a lot of good business technologies coming out of the West Coast. So there's a part of me that really likes the feeling of I have the goods. Our son played poker partly to put himself through college. That's a whole other story. And there's this phrase I got the nuts you know. You've got an ace in your hand. I mean I just want to have the evidence right and he was reassuring to bring that kind of know. This really is solid. Not really is a study for that. No that really is with the Buddha said so that that was very reassuring for two. Yeah well they love that. The title Neuro Dharma stands for the truth of the mind which is grounded in the truth of the body and it's really proven by the modern science even though it's steeped in the ancient wisdom. I think it's such a cool integration. Really Account does provide a lot of incentive to suggest that the try these practices out. Because there's a lot of evidence to show that they work round. WanNa do things at work? We want to support the things that were can think. That's really what your larger body work as. Well as the more recent book really helps to do and I think we have to be careful that we don't overclaim on the other hand. We have to be careful that we don't under claim and also The context is different between doing bench science and the Standards Standard for vetting truth. Claims are really different from what is appropriate to do with a client in therapy office or win teaching a stress management program in a hospital or talking with people in self help framework about what could be plausible with low risk to try on your own to save. It's helpful for you and I think sometimes people are afraid to connect the dots that are available to connect with modesty and with respect for what still a great mystery and then on the basis of that is the Buddhist had. See for yourself. Try it out and if it's beneficial if some way of understanding your own mind grounded in what's emerging about the hardware of the brain if some understanding about your own mind draws you to do something when you're talking with your partner who are remembering something upsetting from your childhood or meditating and going into the deeper into the pool if you try something out and it's useful that's evidence it's from a first person perspective based on the operation of from a third person perspective of the underlying hardware the body. But it's still have a Dan Sheree. It's still useful information. Why not keep on going? And that's the spirit of encouragement again. Those people farther up the mountain to say. Hey come join us. Yeah what I think. You're speaking to a larger two-day think I always come back to in my psychological practices while as a personal practice. Which is I think it can be useful to start with ancient wisdom in modern science. But you need to combine it with yourself. Knowledge and we're all very similar to one another but we all also differ and and to have enough of a sense of self and a willingness to look at what works for you and what doesn't in the context of what we know from. You know why people who've come before us and from what's been tested in the laboratory put those together. You have a strong foundation to work from to figure out how you do you moves away from depression and integrator happiness. So I as I mentioned you before we began. I take vitamins and I took a vitamin this morning. That has lodged in my throat. And so it's been stuck there for about an hour. It's gradually going to dissolve really okay. But the fundamental question is what's the person state of being when they're challenged right one of the key takeaways from this material including material that explored in the book. Is that these practices are not about what it feels like to be you when you're lying in a hammock and you're getting IV chocolate and a manny. Patty never had any petty. I should get one but anyway who is for a year. That's easy but what do you do? You got a pill stuck in your throat or your back is killing you. Or you're trying to get a toddler into a car seat or fate with your partner. Yeah can you maintain what I call an unshakable core in the ground of your being around which other things are happening and and to me? That's a reasonable aspiration. And.

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"dr rick" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

Psychologists Off The Clock

03:35 min | 5 months ago

"dr rick" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

"What's happening in their win? We are as strong as happy as loving and clear as we can ever be. And so what I've done in. My Book is identified seven kind of core qualities That we all experienced one way or another and are really developed. I in the process of what could be called awakening. Broadly across the world's traditions including secular traditions these seven qualities which I'll name and we'll get into and then the book focuses it does. I'm a practical methods guy. on practices. How do you actually practice these ways of being and through practicing them strengthen and stabilize them so increasingly? That's who you are where you go. Yeah I love both that this book in Your Work More. Broadly speaking is really centered in ancient wisdom and modern science. I mean it's such a cool integration of what people have been studying for thousands of years and what we've only more recently been able to explore in the laboratory and that I think just strikes me because this book is so rich both in the ancient philosophy and in the complexities of the modern science. What was it like for you to integrate these two divergent in complicated literatures? Also this is slightly separate question. But I'm curious. How surprised were you to find so many levels of convergence between inch wisdom and modern science while a lot there So as a kind of metaphor drawing background in rock climbing being in the mountains and the opening paragraph of the book talks about an experience I've had in the mountains for a friend WHO's farther path may be a better climber. Maybe someone is more fit the NIAMH. There's a long list of people who more fit than I am. I'm sure but anyway. So my friend turns and when this really sweet gesture beckons me onward with a smile maybe a cautionary note. Watch out for the is. There is a log there you can do it. Quick loafing Hanson. Get up here. Something friendly Up The mountain in much the same way. I think those who have gone as far as you can human potential Saints Sages Teachers and very ordinary people. No one has ever heard of themselves farther up the mountain of awakening turning with that same gesture of welcoming an invitation in an encouragement. And so that's a very fundamental metaphor for me as you approach. The Pinnacle of whatever is possible for human beings in this reality the past converge. And maybe someone began in Jewish tradition. Maybe someone started with second or mindfulness may be someone like myself is really trained in the original teachings of the Buddha whatever your path might be but as you get closer and closer and closer people look more and more light so I want to be clear there. Many routes up the mountain of awake the one that I know well is can is Buddhism Baden roots of Buddhism before it developed further in its Tibetan Chinese Zaman. Pure land streams. So that's the one I'm teaching and I am drawing on the voice of the Buddha as best we now coming to us from twenty five hundred years ago and his contemporaries and it's it's voice of awakening and it's also a voice of a penetrating and completely dareus sad secular psychological analysis of the mind. There's very little metaphysics. There's very little that supernatural In the original teachings of the Buddha it's very direct.

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"dr rick" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

Psychologists Off The Clock

01:46 min | 5 months ago

"dr rick" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

"Neuro Dharma new science ancient wisdom and seven practices of the highest happiness. Rick Hansen has been a previous guest of ours. I loved his episode with you where he talked about alleged different elements of his work but his new book is just chock full of all the amazing practices the science on the Buddhist Wisdom. That is so His work across the board. I know that for you. This was really a very impactful book. You've read so many of his books have loved all of his work all along. So what for? You is special about this particular book while I think Neuro. Dharma is really a culmination of his. Life's work so we're getting to read from a master who has spent many decades both studying Buddhism applying it in his life as well as studying neuroscience and so he takes the most cutting edge concepts of neuroscience translate them in a way that are totally accessible and makes sense and then applies them to them. So it's great. I mean it's all some of my favorite things in one spot so of course I love it the way that he breaks it down and makes it so that you can walk yourself through this program and the program builds upon itself both in the book and his online program of Neuro Dharma which we've been promoting for a while because we've both been using it and in the in the online program. He adds in meditations he adds in handouts. He adds in talks by him. So that you get these little lessons on practices everything from your mind. How to experience wholeness and connectedness how to be in the now and the really meaningful and transformative he really does bring a lot of these complicated practices into a format..

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HHS official Rick Bright says he was ousted after raising concern about coronavirus drug Trump had touted

John Reid

00:41 sec | 5 months ago

HHS official Rick Bright says he was ousted after raising concern about coronavirus drug Trump had touted

"Yeah Dr Rick Wright was working with the trump administration overseeing the group in charge of finding a vaccine for the coronavirus Alex per se reports after he was fired he filed a complaint saying his warnings about the virus were ignored a senior government scientist is claiming the trump administration failed to prepare for the corona virus before touting an unproven drug as a quick fix I was pressured let politics and cronyism drive decisions over the opinions of the past clients as we have in government Dr Rick bright had been the head scientist overseeing the production of a vaccine and a whistle blower complaint he claims he was assigned to a lesser role after resisting widespread use of hydroxy core Quinn a malaria drug pushed by

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"dr rick" Discussed on The Mindful Minute

The Mindful Minute

02:49 min | 6 months ago

"dr rick" Discussed on The Mindful Minute

"Grasping any driven Prostration falling away resentments and hurts all in the way steadily lovingly at ease Being aware of your body as a whole a the sounds Your mind is all mine. Being the totality of your conscious say all feeling undivided growing stability of simply Pierre Being Hall Undisturbed Boundless Heart and the Buddhist traditions and the melding them As practices well staying in the present the sense of continually letting go as your consciousness is continually updated.

"dr rick" Discussed on A New Direction

A New Direction

02:04 min | 6 months ago

"dr rick" Discussed on A New Direction

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"dr rick" Discussed on A New Direction

A New Direction

06:27 min | 6 months ago

"dr rick" Discussed on A New Direction

"Into details in criticism whereas when people get negative or whiny they're going in a different direction from a same motivation but they get over generalized. And then you can't problem solve generalization. When of the things that you said about. The judge is judges may wind up in constant pain because the world refuses to conform to their standards. Of course. Yeah. They have a standard that. Nobody can Reach its perfection. Gone Gone Mad and so it's just relentless criticism and in a family setting. It's you know you have a judgmental parent. The child's probably as adults get as far away as they can from them and You know number one coping strategy when it comes to relatives geography it. Yeah I'm guilty of that one So one of the other things you say about those who are being judged by the judge is that they may become cynical and apathetic now. Of course they take on that behavior. Unfortunately we we mo there things our parents did. We vowed never say or do. And then we ended up saying doing them because the child's world and pretend is not just fooling around having a good time there modeling behavior trying on clothing and unconsciously buying it. So how do we deal with the judge? Well you have to kind of protect yourself. You have to set up. It's really number. One is an attitudinal adjustment to realize what they're doing. And whatever visualization you need or whoever would be your model who would I think why Chang would work for me to judge because he would just be there now and realize it's about this other sin but you would really have to prepare repairs with the right attitude so that they can judge you. But you don't have to feel being judged right because there's there's a couple of problems right because if we get defensive we're according to the judge we're condemning ourselves. If we say nothing we make ourselves look guilty. I mean we really has to be this kind of attitude. Adjustment that you that. Sometimes I guess the court rulings that we hear from the judge we actually. I think one of the things that you say is that we actually have to start creating our own courtroom in our mind and and curb ourselves. Yes you would so once you made the attitude adjustment. You my project positive on them. Listen I really appreciate that. You want to help me with my dress. You care about how I look however your constant criticism is just making me not want to be with you at all or even talk on the phone so we have a choice here. We could enjoy each other as family members or we could not talk anymore. What would you like to do and so a lot of times you WANNA layouts paths? This is really good with somebody whose family member. Who's being tanking general right you? You lay out the choice because it lets them be in control story from the book He's grown grown up son. You know in his late. Twenty s Father is a Marine Major. Even though he's not in the marines anymore everybody calls a major. He wants everybody. Call a major lobbies in Hawaii. A surfer dude. He comes back to North Carolina to small town and he's got long hair and Puka shells and it's a small plane in a small airport and it's when you get off the plane down the stairs like the old days when people meet you on the tarmac. Immediately to major starts commenting on Bobby's dress as he turns around and he big major in wife walked towards the terminal. Settling the major notices that bobby's not with them. He's standing back there at the airplane. Major comes back. Bobby says listen. I came here to enjoy you guys as family. However if there's one more comment about my address or my hair. I'm going to wait right here until next plane and go back to Hawaii now. We can either a joy each other or I'll go back. Which would you like to do? The major said there'll be no more comments. Now that was that's perfect because see put Gabe. Here's the choices and it gave the not the judge in this case but it would work with the judge but the tank in this case the general control you decide what happens next so you know you just have to draw. Draw a line and not be willing to be judged. Do realize we've been on for an hour. Yeah it seems like we're just getting started. No does so what that means right. We're GONNA have to bring back. Yes sounds good for you would you? Would you mind doing revenge of the difficult people? No let's do it. I'd love to awesome so listen The show's called a new direction. And I asked my friends. You're certainly our friend if you could provide a new direction for the listeners regarding dealing with people you can't stand what would Dr Rick Brakeman and say to help people find a new direction in this area. I would say that the world is your laboratory and if you really pay attention and think of it that way You're going to see what works with people and you're going to see what doesn't work studying yourself of how you changed depending on context and relationship. Where are you what's going on and who you're with and when you start looking at the world that way it's it's it's just like a curtain is lifted and you're going to see where people are coming from and it's going to be so easy anything you do? It's kind of a mental muscle like if we take understanding to put aside what you have to say and let another person feel understood. I is just the muscle to develop if you develop that muscle. You can't get in an argument with anybody because an argument is just two people who want to be understood at the same time and nobody can do it. So I'd say just pay attention. Know what you want. Pay attention and try things. Be Flexible. What you're doing is working. Just do anything else love that his name is Dr Rick Brinkman. The book is entitled Dealing With People. You can't stand. I told you he was going to be awesome. I told you he's going to be funny. He was all those things and more folks. This is the show. You know what I say every week and that is inspired because when you're inspired you can inspire other people when they're inspired they in turn inspire others as well and that can make this world a marvelous place. I look forward to seeing next week with another great guests another book and as I say every week Chow every body.

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"dr rick" Discussed on A New Direction

A New Direction

01:39 min | 6 months ago

"dr rick" Discussed on A New Direction

"You say the game is good. Monday morning then copied code. Live is not much needed. Hello everyone and welcome to a new direction. My name is Jay Izzo and ladies and gentlemen let me just tell you something had those moments when you had to deal with people. You just can't stay and you know what I'm talking about. You know the people that you just go. Yeah you're getting on my nerves. If I have to deal with that person one more time we have the answer for you today. The book is actually called dealing with people. You can't stand and we have one of the authors. Dr Rick Brinkman is going to join us today. The book is fun. It's hilarious but is so darn good. This book is for literally every human being on the planet. If you are not human and you're listening to the show you're excluded but if you are human this book on its just for you. It is absolutely a joy I I have read every word. I read some words as many as eight or nine times. It is just a brilliant book. My Gosh dealing with people. You can't stand how to bring out the best in people at their worst coaches. You need to get a hold of this book. I am a coach listen. This book is invaluable. This is going to be a resource. This is a toolbox. It is just going to be the absolute perfect for you. It's available on Amazon. It's also available on audible..

"dr rick" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

The Dental Hacks Podcast

15:20 min | 7 months ago

"dr rick" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

"Assist Kevin fryer coming to you from the rock and roll capital of the universe. Cleveland Ohio I'm here with my trustee co host Dr Zack minors from the Great State of Missouri. Say Hi Zack. What's up and also Carolina Jones from North Carolina? Dr Matt Jones. Say Hi Mack. Mack also have go ahead back. Haven't talked to you guys in forever. Mischievous seems like secons. Since we've last this is episode two of our interview with Dr Rick Dapa. So Rick is here with US also say hi. Rick guys has been doing out there so I I realized I forgot one of our our habits that we have on here. Rick Where'd you go to dental school? I went to Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. Ohio Undergrad right now. John Character Undergrad. So you've been educated in Cleveland pretty much also I- Mayfield high graduate. Yes that's true so there are two Mayfield high graduates in this podcast. Which has to be very unusual. I've never been done podcast. History should alert the Mayfield High Alumni Association. And let them know that there are two people on a podcast graduated. High School. Which it if you guys weren't popular high school. You're going to be popular with that crowd. Now Yeah Yeah. We.

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