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Episode 455: A long-distance peony collaboration between grower Eugenia Harris of Nicewicz Peonies and florist Stacey Lee of Paeonia Designs

Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

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Episode 455: A long-distance peony collaboration between grower Eugenia Harris of Nicewicz Peonies and florist Stacey Lee of Paeonia Designs

"Hello again welcome back to the slow flowers. Podcast with De Printing episode. Four hundred and fifty five. This is the weekly podcast about American flowers and the people who grow into sign with them. It's all about making a conscious choice and I invite you to join the conversation and the creative community as we discuss the vital topics of saving our domestic flower farms and supporting a floral industry. That relies on a safe seasonal and local supply of flowers and foliage. This podcast is brought to you by so flowers. Dot Com the free nationwide online directory to florist shops and studios. Who decide with American Bro. Flowers and to the farms that grow those blooms. It's the conscious choice for buying and sending flowers and thank you to Florus Review magazine. I'm delighted to serve as contributing editor for slow flowers. Journal found in the pages of florist review read our stories at Slow Flowers Journal. Dot COM OUR FIRST SPONSOR. Thanks goes to rooted farmers which works exclusively with local growers to put the highest quality specialty cut flowers in floral customers. Hands when you partner with rooted farmers you are investing in your community. I knew could expect a commitment to excellence in return. Learn more at rooted farmers Dot Com? What happens when a flower farms? Principal grower lives in Austin Texas. Far Away from where her thousands of plants grow in Bolton Massachusetts and something like the Kobe nineteen pandemic prevents her from travelling back to her flowers for the annual harvest. Will you're about to learn exactly what happened for? Eugenia Harris of niche way peonies. Who found herself quarantined right when she would otherwise be traveling to the Boston area to spend several weeks for her peony season. I love this story. Because Eugenia like many small agricultural operations had to get creative she turned to our second guest. Stacey Lee of Framingham Massachusetts based peyot. Neha designs both are slow flowers members and given the name her wedding events. Studio Paola designs. It's no surprise to learn that. Stacey is a customer of Niche Way Peonies Fellow Peony Lovers. The two are coming together this year in an ingenious way stacy's twenty. Twenty wedding and event bookings are most if not all postponed for this season. So she's in a rare situation with time on her hands just when Eugenia needs surrogate penny expert. Here's more about Eugenia Harris. A niche way peonies first of all the farmers spelled in. I see. Wnyc's e pronounced niche way. And you can read a little bit about that Eugeniusz website. I'll share the link. Eugenia Harris and David Nisha are the peony growers at Niche Way Family Farm in Bolton Massachusetts Eugeniusz. A software engineer turned floor farmer. Who as I mentioned now lives back in her home? State residing in Austin Texas and her co farmer David as Eugenia describes him is a real farmer who doesn't even have an email account. They planted the first peonies at the farm in two thousand and one and have been expanding ever since there are now more than seventeen hundred plants representing more than one hundred different varieties of peonies. Their peonies usually bloom. Starting in late May or early June and continue as late as the third week of June for a total of three to four weeks especially during years when the weather is quote. Just right that means not too hot. Not Too wet. Eugenia David Sell their peonies as specialty cut flowers in season two floors and event planners people like Stacey Lee and typically via advanced order from the website the niche way family farm where they reside has been in David's family since nineteen twenty nine when it was purchased by his father's parents shortly after they emigrated to the US from Poland. David and his three brothers. Tommy Kenny and Alan run the farm now with help from various family and friends including their sister. Joann Resident Artists Chaff Pierre South from Cambodia and longtime family friend Dave jokey of stow Massachusetts the farms. Primary crops are fruit apples. Peaches nectarines plums pears blueberries. Cherries Produce Corn Tomatoes Cucumbers Squash Basil Onions Pumpkins and gourds and flowers. Peonies of course and usually Salosa Dahlia's proflowers sunflowers Zinnias through the season. All of which are sold locally at the farm and at a few Boston area and Worcester farmers markets and at the Farms self-service stand. Here's more about Stacey Lee of designs after working more than a few years as a civil engineer a timely layoff provided the opportunity to take a lifelong hobby to the next level. Paola designs was born with a friend's request and has blossomed into a full service event and floral studio. Stacey works out of a studio at home overlooking her own flower garden. There is a large floral cooler in her workshop. That is run on the Sun. Thinks to solar panels on the roof between Stacy's and her mother's Gardens. They grow several varieties of perennials. Such as tulips peonies HYDRANGEA system and Scabby Osa. As various annuals Houston arrangements. Stacey says she is by no means a farmer florist but his hopefully headed there one day. The organic garden at peyote designs is primarily watered with rain barrels when Mother Nature accommodates and fertilized with homemade compost throughout the year stacey sources as many flowers locally as possible from several farms and greenhouses close to home late summer and fall. Arrangements contain sunflowers. Just grown just a quarter mile down the road. And some of her mother's pink peony plans to still provide blooms. Those plants are about forty years old and were the inspiration for the logo. Stacey truly loves what she does flowers are more than her occupation their passion and craft as she says. I want to see each bridegroom. Mama to be celebrant and guest of honour thrilled with their flowers regardless of the size of the event each client deserves quality service and the most gorgeous fresh and thoughtful flowers arranged with exceptional detail. Well this is a unique story and collaboration based on friendship and mutual commitment from two women who are combining their talents to bring peonies to the Boston and New England area and beyond both Eugenia Stacey shared photos for our show notes that you can find at Deborah Printing Dot Com for episode. Four hundred and fifty five. I'll also include their social places so you can find and follow these two peony lovers. Let's get started. Welcome back to the slow flowers. Podcast with Deborah Printing and hey it's peony season all across the country and we're GonNa talk about peonies today. I am so delighted to introduce Eugenia Harris of niche way peonies and she is her farmers in Massachusetts. But she's coming to us from Texas and Eugenia. You'll tell us why that isn't a minute. And I also want to introduce stacy Lee of peyote designs and Stacey is this lethargic member from Framingham Massachusetts A florist and the two of them have collaborated in the past. And they're going to tell us about their collaboration for twenty twenty so welcome ladies. Thanks for joining us. Thank you for having US thank you. Well you'll listeners. You're going to get used to these two voices but I'll try to be more specific and say Eugenia or Stacey before they talk Just so we can get used to. Who's telling the story right now? I think we'll start with Eugenie out you. We had a phone call a couple of weeks ago about what was happening with you. I didn't really know much about peonies gorgeous website and you know we just decided to catch up by phone and I was so fascinated by your story. I ask you to come on the PODCASTS. So give us a snapshot of European e world and you know what it is now at or what has been and then what. It is now Well I guess I guess the first unusual thing about About my peony. Operation is the Outside of Boston in Bolton Massachusetts whereas I myself actually live in Austin Texas so that the story of how that came to be simply that I used to live in Boston. Repeat these candies on at At my friend's farm the family farm When I was living up there we ended up expanding it after. I moved to Austin so it's a little a little bit of a strange story so the bank. This year is that I'm an Austin during the peony harvests which has not happened before not having a recently anyway because of the the covid nineteen. I cannot go up there and so that is what Stacey as has stepped in to help out with. That's awesome. Well I want to talk about how you guys put your creative thinking caps and came up with a solution give us a little bit of sense of the scope and scale though of the operation. At least in terms of acreage in the number of of plants. You have in the ground. What what have you have you typically know. What have you built this up to? Well it it has evolved slowly We planted the first candy since two thousand one hundred plants and we put some more in a few years later but really not much tap happen with them so Two Thousand Fifteen in two thousand sixteen. We expanded greatly to where we have about seventeen hundred plants. Pianos now And over one hundred varieties I my. My actual spreads shoot says that we have About one hundred and sixty varieties But there we have so many mystery. Epa count a lot of those. Because I don't know what they are. Sounds like everybody's garden that I know myself included challenge sharper. So what obsessed you a nineteen years ago to put peace in the ground. Anyway I mean are they. They're they're obviously a new England crop. I I'm aware of other farms in New England. That are growing peonies. But you were a gardener. Then it wasn't like a business idea right. Well I wasn't much of a gardener but I am originally from Texas and when I moved to Massachusetts outside of Boston I when I bought my house there I started putting immediately because I mean it's a real draw from somebody from the South who live who live somewhere where you can't really grow peony and so. When I got the chance to do it I I mean I think I probably had thirty peonies in my yard at my house and a third of Nacre may be on a son about in the suburbs. Outside of Boston were the head. The lots are bigger. Serve our own and then It it made some business sense or seem to To See to expect to create a few at the Niche Way. Far The niche way Family has about one hundred and thirty acres and Bolton and that's about it's maybe forty miles outside of Boston almost almost rest of Boston. Okay they they. David and I had been good friends. good friends with their family For years and so When it when I kinda ran out of rare and my yard par we decided. Well we could. We put some of these out at the at the farm. So so that's what we did and it's like I said it's it's kind of grown and fits and starts and but we did start expanding pretty significantly in two thousand fifteen after I had already come back taxes And one reason was the. It seemed like there was a potential market area. Because we didn't have any Any large peony growers in the Boston area. And it turns out that there there are a couple so as these peonies matured and you continue to add new plants and then you sort of got serious in two thousand fifteen Like what was your sales channel? I'm assuming that you're working with farmers who are growing something else. So there's a nice infrastructure for whatever they were selling with the family was growing and selling. How did that all kind of dovetail initially for family farms run by four brothers The one that I'm doing the pianist with the oldest brother David and then there are three other brothers and they're they're they're really well known for Apple's and they're now because they've been in the area long time the the farm itself has been in their family since nineteen twenty nine their Their grandparents bought shortly after the immigrated to the United States from Pollen and And that's what that's where the name comes from. Although that is not the Polish Pronuncia. We'll put the correct spelling in the show notes today so people can can spell check you. That's right that's right so anyway back to what they grows so they do have It's the four brothers on the farm and run the whole thing themselves with one other Family French who is Came in American artists named Chaff Pierce so And they they grow. It's primarily fruit trees. That's what takes us to the space. And they don't don't farm all a hundred and thirty eight. I think that it's probably about Emma. Sorry all hundred acres. I think it is really more like about thirty acres that they farm and They have all kinds of fruit trees. Apples wish there really well known for their pizzas. They're very well known for their nectarines. I think the best actor rains anywhere and Then they also have plums zone. Apricots Pears and Few Terry's Blueberry Bushes and they also have market produce You know they`re. They're really well known for their corn and they They they grow a variety of other things that you would expect a farm tomatoes cucumbers Beans and how those all that all that produce in fruit being sold while they sell they do already have their sales channels set up and the the primary way is through There's a stand at the farm and then they also are members of the at. Don't remember what the name of it is. But the Massachusetts farmer's market association own and that that group maintains Markets throughout the throughout the state and the niche ways to a number of markets in the Boston and Cambridge area. None exactly in Boston or Cambridge but but in the immediate area. There's there's there are some Immediately outs like the ring. The ring outside of Boston. Yeah and then And then also one or two in the Worcester area and those are their primary sales channels so so sort of bolting this peony operation onto the side has It's been good because we access to to those markets But but we've had to go in and do a lot of Setting up for For e commerce and doing during all sales to flora's and so that gave the customer at the farmer's market who's buying their produce can pivot and pick up a bunch of while they're they are during the season but the this ways didn't really have any relationship with the floral industry for other channels like wholesale or selling direct florus or the sales. You had to kind of build that up at sounds like yes exactly so I have to stop and ask stacy to jump in and Stacey Year business named pay ONI designs. I think that means you peonies. I just like Eugenia. I'm an engineer. So I am a giant nerd at heart and Paola is the genus name of the Peony It's I grow my grandmother's peonies in the ground. I got my mom's peonies Might some of my plants forty forty years old. I also only have about a half Acre land. And I've got like seventeen varieties so Eugenia and I are definitely cut from the same Guam it's peony fiber so you are. You're kind of a customer when you first met. You weren't like a fellow. Grower per se right. Oh No Eugenia was correct in that. There weren't a lot of peony farms around because My events florals company. Peyote I I was looking for peonies and two thousand and sixteen and couldn't really find any that were too close and she reached out to me and we became fast friends and I have been going to the farm And you know enjoying and getting peonies cutting peonies and Netting out with Eugenia for years now and I've run my own teeny Share and say not at not a check. Csi technically but shares subscription for the last three years. And it's been almost exclusively on Eugeniusz peonies and my own that I grow. Wow so how do you set that up? Because you're you. Would you describe yourself as a wedding and event? Flora's primarily. I mean I know cove. It has missed all that. Up but you wear newark retail or like everyday fulfillment or anything right. No No. I had done that in the past Like you know seven through nine years ago and then you know about five years ago. I really started focusing just on weddings. And since I had my son I have exclusively just on weddings and my peony shares and A few workshops and things like that So I have not done. The retail sales and Kobe has definitely Made everyone have to pivot and I really did not want to have to go back to not not have to go back to Really did not want to do retail sales again. I love working with clients for a year. Eighteen months And the the weddings really grew on me so the shares are great thing. I've already got people who have been in my shares in previous years who've who've received shares of ask for this year I was very excited when Eugenia contacted me a few weeks ago and said let's do this and I realize that It would be my jump back into business after Kovic because since Covert really hit Massachusetts. Pretty hard in the middle of March and since then. I have done nothing besides cancel and postponed weddings through October. So I I have plenty of time to Help Eugenia and keep this operation going from afar and And get your get your kind of. I don't know your sensory hit off of being on a farm exactly so Eugenia. You said that you're kind of Corentin in Austin and you. I don't blame you. I wouldn't want to see you get on an airplane and fly across the country You know a few days to operate you know in person so but it wouldn't only work if you found sort of a surrogate who you could trust and who who was as passionate about harvesting and selling pennies as you are so what possess what gave you the idea to reach out to stacy or had you already been talking about what to do with her we. We had not really been talking about what to do with them. I mean I I really was. Hera lives for I'd say I probably spent a month in parallels or maybe even more like the first month it's parallel paralyzed about covid itself. What is what is this thing all about. And then probably another month Chime to you just sort of weighing what? The different options were for how to approach the the the problem and whether I would go or not and if I were to go will would I drive or would I fly. It's about a thirty hour. Drive from awesome. Mike God originally. I thought well that's no problem. I was planning to take my car but that was sort of just just before all this. You know a February actually bought a new car in at the end of January to get some. It's a hybrid. It gets about fifty fifty five miles to the gallon. Thought oh well. This'll be like a road trip or something like that right now. It's going to be perfect to all empower there. You know. It's it's just GonNa be great but anyway so then so then. There was the paralysis. Okay we'll do I do agree or not and All the you kind of when you have to When you have to work something like that you of have to work through all the different possible paths. There's so many different a whole different set of decisions. You have to take if you're going versus if you're not going and But Anyway I had I had made a point to speak to my Our florist Had bought from us in the past that we already have a relationship with and just to check in and see weather. You know how things were looking at their end on whether they thought that they were going to have any enemy for peonies this year and Because I because I guess the absolute worst case scenario is we don't harvest any peonies at all we just we. Just donate the crop. Give them to our friends enjoy. Enjoy them You know just among the farm and their friends but I have bit. It seemed like that there was demand there. Listen to your podcast to actually was encouraged to hear about people switching to a shipping model in particular. I listened to your podcast with them with Bandidos. Say and who said that they were during a quick hit. The there in Georgia happens them a lot more quickly. You know that their flowers were starting come in mid March. Yeah they they had be out. The Gate were Probably the first zone that was really blooming back in March. Yeah Yeah so that was. That was very encouraging. Because I ch- We've never done Shipping before an just as totally outside of anything that we've ever even thought about. I mean you note. It is funny because my whole family and a lot of my old friends are in Texas and none of them have ever been able to get our peonies before unless they actually get on a plane and fly to Massachusetts and come back with a suitcase stock of my gosh but so it was so when when I heard mandate saying that I was like well you know I mean we could probably do that. Could it'd be. It'd be one way to do it if I'm not going so so. I kind of followed her lead and looked into cal flowers to To to gain access to the sort of the discounted shipping rates and we actually were We actually have joined that now and they're working on getting the Getting testing done. What's the but anyway I so i? I had spoken to. Stacey had had presented it to all the floor that okay. Well you know. I still don't know whether I'm coming or not. Worse case is that I'm not and we'll have to figure out a way to what's going to happen if you need them. Get Him for you. But we'll have to figure out how like a no no contact delivery or something like that right yeah. I still didn't know that the problem at the farm this time of year is that this is their big planting season. The the they're planting season overlaps with the peony harvest. So you couldn't really count on the family to provide labour for you to do your service right. Debbie David David. David does not keep on. Keep an eye on the peonies and work on them when I'm gone but But the normal the normal cases that I come up early Bay and we were Ally to to prepare like a whole month for the for the peonies to start in June and Long Story Short. I mean I talked to stacy anyway and I just texted her and I actually. I looked it up just before we got on here. It was exactly two weeks two weeks ago today. Wow I texted. I was counted at the end of my rope. Warned to and it occurred to me to say what Stacey Stacey would think of. Maybe maybe coming and taking my place so I so I texted I said so I was just thinking about our cuny harvest in you know. I was wondering whether you might be interested in helping out with end. In fact maybe even taking over my place and sort of becoming a virtual May. What was your response? Acey among my way I Talk about a dream come true. It's I I've been trying to get more into the field in out of my I loved. I loved design. But they have a big love in my heart for farms and farmers and I I heard that an. How can you not jump at an opportunity like that especially when my work schedule has been cleared for months Ryan? She needs my help and You know together we can bring this these peonies to to harvest. Bring get them into people's hands right now. Which is what everyone needs rides right so basically our talking on May twentieth this is going to air on May twenty seventh roughly winner. You'RE GONNA turn on turn on the operations. And what role will each of you be playing to ensure that these seventeen hundred plants are Go to good homes not the plants but their flowers we are. We've set up a collaboration tool that I've used before called Trello and we've got Were basically keeping all the data that we're sharing in this Trello tool which is actually awesome. I I know this tool. We used it for F- Flores review for many many issues it's it's the beautiful it's Visually beautiful maybe. That's why creative people like it. So I've always managed the whole. Pini operation was alert several very complicated spreadsheets and It's always only been me. That's that's doing sort of I of the hard core You know person that keeps track of all the data and I think my my software engineering background Whereas everybody wears there's nobody else at the farm that the That that does that. I know you've got you've got stacy who has an engineering background. The two of you are finally speaking a language that that you is comfortable for you. Yes I mean and Stacey Stacey Stacey do you remember the first time you ever came to the farm Houdini I have. I have picture I send them to you. I took pictures of Eugenia spreadsheets and her Like planting plan. Because I've never seen this is like color. Coded with like Pan tone colors and the plants are labeled by like Ro and plant and variety and for someone like I need to just be handed pages and pages of spreadsheets. Nothing numbers in it correlates to peonies and crazy colors and a tremendous amount of varieties. I mean she. She sent me the updated. Listen I was up to like one thirty in the morning the other night. Just flying through it and salivating over everything so this is great it is right up my alley I you know spreadsheets or my are my jam and You know were It's it's it's I'm excited about that part too and helping organize and we're gonNA be moving some stuff around maybe figuring out some some of those mystery peonies that sneak around in the beds so the harvest will be like In a week or so is that what? The plan is or the expectation Regardless of the weather I've been tracking. I've been trying to track. Bloom dates for about a three years now and Regardless of how those spring goes seems like our first lame is always somewhere between may thirtieth and June first. Okay so coming right up. Yeah so it's not it's not far. It's got ten days. Maybe hopefully we will have a heat wave. He wags are really really hard on peony cross because it means all of the flowers open at once. You lose a good part of the properties chant harvest right so I I was talking about that. Like Windows Harvest Star. But really you want it to be phased over like three weeks. It sounds like yeah. You want the weather to be cool so the so that you can. You can have the the bloom La- last longer so what what is the okay. Sounds like the sort of two big decisions you had to make one was how you could have safely. Have Stacey come kind of be in charge of all the harvesting and processing and storage and all that and maybe we should talk about that but we kind of touched on that but the other is who's going to buy these pennies and how to move them. So let's let's talk about those decisions you had to make we. Yes we up until now we've only been selling at farmers markets and at the farm. Stand Typically Hata a self-service. Dan That is just set up at the bar. Or the duration teeny Susan Susan. And we've we've always sold by the stem there and So bad is not possible this year. Because it's not we we don't want a bunch of people congregating around right a table with flowers on and trying to pull their own so So that's one thing that we can't do this year we Shan't we're not gonNA go to markets. I don't think there there will be some markets open but it's not at least a stock clear to me when they are going to open and I've heard that they are probably not at least the main when we go to. Which is the this called Union Square in Somerville Arquette We have What I heard is that they are going to cut the number of vendors and they're only glowing to allow food vendors are and are technically a food vendor. But it's it's not not selling hard. We qualify for this I. That's happening around the country. I've heard anecdotal stories. Much like that. Where essential food can be. King is given the priority basic like right right and I believe that's what they're during their And this year we would not have the manpower to get into town to. It's probably about a forty five minute drive into Boston or Cambridge or Somerville. So it's a it's a long day. Yeah it's a hard way to make a lot of money on a premium product with farmers market mindset. Yeah right so so. We have always kind of or not always. We have thought that it would be nice to be able to ship panties and it would be nice to More online than well to broaden our market. Yeah yeah diversify our market basically only people that we that are within easy driving distance of the arm the where to Flores falling to all of this Flora's We do sell wholesale. We have We Stacey I think you started with us like three years ago. Yeah My My I think my first orders. Bluer in two thousand sixteen. And that's when we started Selling to flora's And we prefer that they come pick up the product. Or were you deliver it or does does it? Is it on the case by case basis. It's it's on a case by case basis if We have we have Some the Boston Cambridge Area. That we will drop off for if we're if we're heading in there. Anyway we're going to that market. We will drop off And we other TRIPS DOWN. There sometimes sometimes will grow to in the big city ops then and we like to see we've become friends with all the farmers liked. I've been so sorry the floor than we like seeing them so it's not It's it's not. It's not something that we hate during. It's just that it's a lot of time. Off of fluoride. Pini harvest is underway. I mean it is Extremely in chance like Stacy's already prepared that she's going to have her headlamp in the carbs late into the night. Stacey you're going to have to do a few like live. Instagram live stories. When you're out there doing that I wanna see you. My Gosh I I have to tell you. I ordered this solar powered battery HAC data. I have I can have my computer setup and I can hotspot my phone so I can live stream from the field so that Eugenia can see everything and I mean I got my my headlamp because What was it last year when Alaska got hit with the A big heat wave during the Pini. Pini harvests yeah. That's three weeks season into just four days. So you know that was one of the things when Eugenia asked me to do this. I have to talk to my family and say like you know if we get a week of nineties in the middle of June which is that. We don't put anything past New England. We had snow two weeks ago and my peonies were covered in it. They love it but you know I said you know if we get if we get four or five ninety degree days in a row. I'm going to be working. You know as as much as I possibly work with a headlamp on cutting in the field And Eugenia also has a few We've talked to a few different people who have volunteers who will volunteer to come in and cut it the field When when it really starts getting going and if we get overloaded but it's just something that you have to think about us you know where we are at the mercy of the weather when ninety five degrees in June is not unheard of so it sounds like Yobe harvesting most. You'll be kind of the lead person harvesting but then Dave will be doing some and then You know these volunteers. And what do you have a process like a cooling process or Coal storage like what are you? GonNa do on the farm that what what is on the farm that helps make that process work. Eugenia do you want me to answer that because I was there yesterday? Okay so actually I went. I did a big walk yesterday with David and We had our our masks on and he had his little six foot. Stick to make sure that we stand apart and we did a big inventory of the toolboxes and everything and they actually have an old older cooler behind the farm Behind the farm. Stand that they've set up. That is going to be my cooler. Only that I'll go in and out of and that's where we're GONNA do all of the dry storage of the peonies Behind that is covered work area actually really nice covered work area that they're gonNA put some farm tables and that's going to be kind of my processing and packing area and then David is using the farm stand chiller and were tables over there. So I'll come off the field. Put all the orders together for the day. Put them out and buckets for David David will get them To the Farm San or into the chiller in the farm stand or into the you know what wherever wherever the pickup area ends up being For retail sales so David and I are GonNa work very closely together to make sure that everything comes off the field and stays hydrated in house right spots that's exciting and so The what are the retail sales going to be then? Because you're not going to do a farm stand at. This is where the ECOMMERCE comes in. We'LL we're planning to put up late last year. We we sold on the website We sold we did a subscription at three week subscription and then we also sold a few individual varieties in Johnston and those were all Items that had to be they could be pre-ordered then they had to be picked up at the farm and This year we're going to do since we're we're a little Short handed and we're not going to be able to We're not going to be able to track as closely. What what we're harvesting and win so I think we've decided that what we're GonNa do is where you're going to sell probably just five stone mixed bunches on the website for next day pickup. Yeah that makes sense. Because you can't custom pick at that volume with just mainly Stacey and David. I mean that's just sounds insane. Right so yeah. That's the idea is to sort of simplify it. So we'll have. You'll have a lot of different five stem bunches and we'll have a we'll have One two hour window Or possibly true to our windows but borders start with one and a lot of things we're going to have to indent on the fly. Yeah and see whether it works or not. So we'll start with one two hour window probably probably I know every day or every other day or certain days. We're still still chewing on that. It'll have to happen in real time and that's I mean thank goodness you have instagram. So you can be posting these last minute changes right. Yeah that's that's right that's right but the but the thing the thing about the sales this year is is word is going to be able to pre order anything and these these benches of five stems. That report on the website will only be will only be able to be picked up the next day in that two hour window and then people will pay online or van Mo or something they'll pay online and then And then we can sort of put up. We can put up inventory that we only inventory that we absolutely no we have so. I consider out the day before. Like what are what are our final inventory numbers and what what do we need to To do for tomorrow you guys wouldn't be in constant contact with each other. Oh my gosh we already are what we're GONNA keep rolling. Yeah I love it. That's I'm glad I got you both together. This call. I mean people listeners. You're hearing in real time. What what a team is having to go through to think about just to reshape an entire business in one very quick season so I'm excited to watch from afar and see how it goes. Sounds like the demand is there. People want flowers. We heard that about mother's Day. And and maybe maybe these peonies no the interesting thing. Is that every a lot of weddings were postponed. I wonder if there'll be a few of these mini or micro weddings. Where because it's peony season? There will be couples who want teen as and peonies for table for decor if they have you know kind of a ten person wedding or something like that. Yeah the small. The small elopement with ten or less people were people are just looking for a bouquet and a boot near and maybe one small table arrangement or something like that. Those are coming back Or not coming back but really coming to the forefront everything so it's there's there's a that's what a lot of floors or doing Is is moving towards that being able to offer the smaller Smaller packages are you at a still. Do Your your subscription to your customer Stacey. I'm yes I am I am actually Kind of a halfway of not half of a pivot will call it. I am coincidentally watching the charitable arm of peyote designs In the next two weeks and The it's called mixed blooms and it is I The instagram and the website and everything would be launched next week but that is The like my charitable and outreach. Arm of parenting designs will be donating a portion of the prophets chew lgbtq youth organisations and Massachusetts and beyond a wild and. Yeah it's It's it's been it's been in the works for a while and I figured You know once once Kobe head and my my wedding season was mostly off. I started taking a hard look at what where I wanted to pay at ago and what I wanted to do With mixed blooms. And it's a it's a great time to start so we're watching that. Actually it sounds. It's I think it's going to be Monday Good so we'll have that information. We can put in the show notes about what you're doing a with all of the niche way coordinates instagram and facebook and of that I the one thing we haven't talked about before we wrap up is The shipping component and the wholesale component. Do you WanNa touch on that. A Little Bit Eugenia. 'cause we alluded to it but I think I got off track. Well yes we I do WanNa talk about both of those things. So we We did talk about how we are not offering a subscription opinions subscription through the farm this year or on but I did have Several of our existing wholesale customers get in touch with me about about one to do that. Stacy was one and then we have two other ones so there will be some subscription our options for pants this year even though we're not offering them directly and then as far as the shipping option. I believe that we are GonNa put while. The current plan is to a larger Benches like probably fifteen sten bunches. Also Mix Up for sale with a shot shipping option. Either on our site or another site. We're looking at The Peony Map dot com possibly put them up there since it's since it's specific to this flower variety their new and just getting started. But I've had they've had good luck and some of the Alaska. Growers Listing on their in our A couple of more growers listing on there that I I just checked it today that I had not seen before. Yeah the the peony map is a member. Slow flowers to so I. I'm excited to see that option for people who are really just want peonies. There's one stop shopping for them if they go to a site like that yeah. I think it's a really interesting idea. with US I mean The the NISCHWITZ brothers do grow other flowers But but for me The the peonies are obviously the main thing and the PAC's in certain short that it's an NPD's are kind of hard to. I'd yeah and it's hard to find a little bunch at trader Joe's that comes from South America or someplace but like really exotic substantial luscious. Us peonies are hard to find locally. Well I'm excited for you and I. I think we're all adapting. We're all trying to find our inner resilience to to sustain our businesses and I applaud you to collaborating it. Sounds like you're both going to I don't know experience sort of a new type of partnership that may shape what you do going forward and I. I hope that's a really positive for both of you. I think that that is the case. I'm actually I was. I was really. I spent a week or so being extremely depressed about this when I when I made the decision that I was not going to be able to go but now I'm kind of excited because it gives us. It's forcing us to do Do things differently that we wouldn't have tried otherwise and we'll see if it works and then the next year will will take the best of all of these Approaches will will be able to just use those. Maybe you guys can write a report about fun report about this. After the fact and we'll publish it on so flowers journal Dot Com so then we have the photos of Stacey with the headlamp but also the beautiful beautiful arrangements that people are making with these peonies and And then maybe next year you can have the reunion when you guys when you do get back to Massachusetts Aegina because I know you will be back and You know a lot of your future's going to be determined by how you operate this year. Just kind of it is exciting. It's scary but I'm excited for you. Yes I'm excited to now that I'm not. I'm over the shock. Well I hope that you both will will include all of niche way peonies social places also pay on your design social places and if you both would share a few lushes yummy photos with me. I don't think people will mind looking at them It's they're just They are. It seems America's favorite flower and. I'm just grateful that you both are part of still flowers and willing to be so generous in sharing your stories with our listeners. Thank you so much for having stubborn. It's been really I just can't tell you how much I have learned from listening to your your podcast just in. I'm a new convert to you before until I think the first one I listened to was in February at his really been a huge a huge help to me to try to think about how how how I could approach the. I'm so glad. And and Stacey I got to see each other in person in New England last September and That was sure a beautiful time. And maybe we'll do that again sometime each other in person exactly. I WANNA see lots of different people in person when this is all over. I'm telling Ya well. Thank you both so much. This has been awesome and best wishes as you move forward this with this new model to make people happy with panties. Thanks for having US yes. This was great. Thanks so much. Thanks so much for joining today's conversation. Since early April I've been featuring slow flowers member voices in the ongoing stories of resilience series. Here on the PODCAST. I don't know what I was thinking when I started telling myself. Oh we'll do this for a few months until things get back to normal and then a wrap up. Well I clearly did not have the right crystal-ball gaze into the future friends. As far as I can tell long into the foreseeable future. We're going to be talking about the inventive creative and fierce ways that flower farmers and floral designers are sustaining their enterprises during the COVID era. As I've said before I don't really know how things will shake out but I do take huge inspiration from the people I've hosted on this podcast. I hope you do too our neck sponsor. Things goes to Johnny's selected seats. An employee owned company that provides our industry the best flour herb and vegetable seeds supply to farms large and small and even backyard. Cutting Gardens like mine. Find the full catalog of flower seeds and bulbs at Janis seats. Dot Com the slope lowers member. Virtual meet ups continued to provide value and support as a member benefit. Last week was our ninth consecutive. Meet up and because it took place on the Friday leading into a three day holiday weekend. It was a light-hearted morning focused on community encouragement and mutual supportive of one. Another if you missed last week so far. Member virtual meet up the link to the replay video in today's chefs. Please join me at the next slow flowers. Virtual meet up this Friday may twenty ninth nine. 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#6 - Self Worth with Eugenia

Bridging Realities: An Accessible Astrology Podcast

24:43 min | 1 year ago

#6 - Self Worth with Eugenia

"Welcome to excessively astrology. I am your host psychotherapist and astrologer Eugenia crock in this podcast. Eylau astrology to become accessible to take a strategy out of only the head and places. Softly, into our hearts, astrology is nature as the sun rises. So do we, it is dark and cold outside. We hibernate and in the middle of the night with the both fall above we how dangerous understood that the earth, and that we as individuals are part of great ecosystem of outer and inner space coast, reflecting one. Another. However, when we truly understand strategy, we can use it and many harmful ways with this knowledge, we have the power to hurt others and mostly ourselves here. We will learn the ethics of being an integral of structure, we will learn how to use this information to benefit and he'll from not to live in fear of. And Wallace trolley gives us a keys to the universe. Our life is ultimately ours. We determine the fate of our destiny choosing love, right? Choosing gratitude choosing honesty by choosing faith. No matter the challenges or the rewards the perspective of our lives. As ours alone, the ancients who developed astrology looked above to guide their worlds, and their earthly creations in this odd cast at guide your eyes off of your chart into the heavens, above, and then deep into your own knowing to explore your chart with me and to join the community acidic sensible, astrology dot com. Let's learn jollity. Let's converse. The always, let's remember to breathe. Today's episode is about self worth. Hello. I am Eugenia crack the host of accessories Shala the podcast coming to you live from my, very new studio here in Denver, Colorado. If it sounds good, my voice that is why because it's time to invest in myself and my worth in my value. And that's kind of what today's episode is about. There's a lot. I want to say I said, if you follow me in probably seen. I tried to record this episode. I have recorded this episode about twelve times, and it just never seems right to, to bring out and to publish to the world. But here I am today, I'm going to do it the moon Leo feels like a better time to try. And yeah there's a lot of stuff going on in the sky right now. And a lot of it is really beautiful to experience. I'm not gonna lie think there's a lot of incredible stuff happening right now with the north node in cancer. You're on us in tourist, and so on. One of the things I've recognized about the energy of right now is that Chiron is an Aries and kyron is all about our greatest wound. And for individuals born roughly between nineteen sixty eight and let's see here roughly nineteen seventy six so it really depends on your heart. You'll have to look at that kyron wasn't areas when you were all born, and one of the things I've really worked to council with people born at this time is about value of yourself and being too much and a certain element of insecurity seems to creep in with Chiron and Aries. Maybe as a child, you were told you too much, or children are to be seen and not heard. And so there's this deep wound in the generation of Chiron areas around. I'm not good enough. You know what are people think I myself have kyron Taurus, and it's really interesting because typically, I don't feel lack of confidence. That's not been a. Issue for me in my life. Luckily, I usually feel pretty secure. But I gotta say, ever since kyron moved into Aries this this spring. And this year I have been feeling remarkably insecure, and I just wanna aknowledge for those of you who have this placement in your charts. I see you. I feel you. I hear you. And yeah, it's pretty intense when you don't feel really secure about yourself to go and talk or show yourself to the world. And I'm just going to push through it because I know it's an astrology transit, and it will pass another thing happening right now, of course, as you're honest is in Taurus, and Taurus is about self worth, particularly so Aries. It's more about myself tauruses, the self worth, and with your honest, and Taurus, right now there's a really great opportunity for all of us to be reevaluating, our worth financially physically mentally emotionally at cetera. Individuals like myself had Chiron in Torres from seventy six Chiron was. Endorse until roughly eighty four nineteen Eighty-four in so those of us with current tourists, we all experience a fairly significant moon around self worth around money around our guts, digestion, feeling good. And so all of this is also then complemented by the north note in cancer right now, which is like y'all take care of your body's, like really, really take care of yourself. It's a very nurturing energy. That cancer invites us to step into and with that nurturing energy. It really is about fix yourself to fix the world, even those on a fixed sign. But it really is about coming into ourselves, nurturing ourselves right now, so that we can actually show up in the world in a really powerful way. And that's one of the things I've really noticed recently as an you've been on my journey with me, and as vulnerable as it's been kind of weird as it's been too have a podcast and to meet people who listen to. And I forget that people listen to this. It's it's amazing on this journey, and you're watching me through it. And, you know, there's a lot of fear around. Well, what about things I've said in the past that I might not believe in anymore. What may be? I'm gonna change my mind in the future. And the truth is like that is going to happen. We're all evolving, and changing all the time, and we all have the right to change our mind and change, your opinion. And, and so it just something I've been thinking a lot about it. I think it's been part of the reason. I've been afraid to get on the podcast recently alone because of that. And, you know, also it is not been as fun to do the podcast alone. When I got to do the podcast with Danielle, it was a lot more rewarding for me because I got to actually talk to someone and very soon you will hear and see I will soon have somebody joining me on the podcast because this journey of being a podcast or being an astrologer being quasi in the public eye has been really a bizarre experience. Not anything I had expected to become when I grew up. And I'm in the, the place right now where I really need to be fed, and I really need to receive and I really need to feel good. And I'm in my notable return. I'm of the age as a woman where it's really important to take care of my body and nurture my body. And bringing somebody onto the podcast is, is what I'm really desiring right now because it will, I think feel good feel good to be connected, and feel good to be in community, even just with one other, but feeling connected and, and. Yeah. And community in general. And so there's a lot of things shifting because of that. And one of the many shifts I'm making right now is I am going to make eight change with the pricing of my readings. I have been giving readings for ten years, and I have heard nothing but really, really great things. I'm sure I've had plenty of bad readings as well. But I'm starting to really re. Realize the value of the work, I've been doing having read close to three thousand charts. Now, it's amazing, the gift that God gave me and the ability to read people's charts and guide them and help them and use my background in psychotherapy, and all of the healing modalities that I've been working with my whole life to use that with clients is really powerful and neuro science is one of the most remarkable sciences out there. And that's really where I base my knowledge of a strategy. I very strongly believed that astrology is actually just neuroscience and brain, connecting with nature and the results that follow. And that seems to be pretty pretty well understood in believed ideology, and, and people just for some reason, haven't mixed the two yet and, and so when I'm looking at ITAR I'm using, you know, twenty years of, of education, twenty years of a background in. Psychology and therapy, and an art and history and society in cetera. So I'll be raising my prices here soon, and I just want to offer to any of you who have been my clients anyone who wants to be my client right now. If you do want to book reading with me at the prices that I have there's an option on the website under book now at acceptable strategy under subscription to buy a reading at the price, I currently charge for readings, and to once you buy that ill lock you into that price for life. And so you buy it now you can use the reading throughout the year. And once you do that you are officially, like I said, locked into that price forever. And the same goes for patriots as well. And the monthly Estra logical outlooks all of those prices are going to be rising, because there's going to be a lot more to be giving end a lot more. It's time for me to be receiving. And so if you want to be a patron or part of what's coming up here in the few. Future lock in that price. Now, lock in the price of the monthly horoscope or Xiaojie outlook, and then lock in that reading price now and in that will be lovely for everyone. And, you know, I was really nervous to get on this podcast to talk about myself to be honest. So I asked a few of you just some questions, and I want to answer some of those questions right now for you, because I think they're kind of interesting. So the first question was, how are you? And I just have to say that is a really really powerful question to ask someone especially when we're in the healing fields. More constantly helping others which women are in neatly wired to do very rarely I hear people ask me how I'm doing. Of course. I have a handful of good friends, but that's a really nice thing to ask. And I just wanna say thank you for asking me how I'm doing, and I remember as a little girl. My dad was always like, no one ever will ask you how you're doing just be prepared kid. And I think that's partly why got into this profession because I was like, I'm not gonna not ask people how they're doing. That's a bad thing. And it's not a good or a bad thing. We're all wrapped up in our worlds, but it's really nice. When someone is like how are you? Rather than you know, we can, we can be really, we can all be takers, and we can all be givers. Is a balance of both someone asked. What are my big three may big three being the sun? The moon and the rising, my son is a query. My moon, is Taurus and my rising is Gemini, you're honest being on my moon in Taurus right now. In fact, is really why I'm going to this massive revolution of taking care of myself. It really is. Like this. Like I have to be fed. I have to receive a half to feel nurtured right now. And I'm going to stop at nothing until I feel that it's a revolutionary thing because I have been giving getting evident giving giving giving, you know, forever. And I know so many of you really understand that feeling and it's impossible to give when you when you're an empty Cup. And that's where I have found myself often in this career. Because I you know, I'm learning about boundaries. I have Pisces and my tenth the house. Careers. So it's, it's not been as easy for me to really get regimented in my work life balance. Although I'm I don't totally subscribe to that, that phrase, I think work life integration is kind of what I prefer to look at life at. Anyway, speaking of career and work life. I had a question here. What was the weirdest occurrence in your career at this time, you know, in your career path, and I was thinking about this. I've been talking about this a little bit. But when I was twenty in my twenties, I after traveling around the world and kind of seeing that Otit there is no truth. You know you go to a different country. You know, one of the very first countries, I traveled in was Fiji lived in the villages, and, you know, I was very frequently the first white face. Many of these children would see. And, you know, you start to see them healing bones with bamboo leaves a mud and healing stingrays with rocks in boiling rice, and you wonder about the truth that you grow up in, and that's the beauty of seeing the world is you recognize there is no solid truth, except for honesty, integrity, love, and gratitude, and that can filter into any place anywhere in the world. But after those travels, I really was like, okay. Okay, how am I going to help serve humanity? How am I gonna fix the world? Right. 'cause I never even thought that maybe fixing myself would would or could or should be a priority. But it was like, what am I going to do what am I gonna do south note, and Capra corn very much? However, when this kind of feeling right now, so I entered politics, actually believe it or not. And I wound up kind of, really quickly moving up the ranks of, of the political path to the point where I was a campaign manager at one point. And at one point, I was even what's the word someone nominated me as a potential leader of the country, and I actually wound up going to a military conference in Annapolis in Maryland and Annapolis of courses this very like high ranking military school. It's it's it was amazing. And there was just all military, people everywhere in, and I got to know them really well in that was really weird having grown up in the mountains of Colorado kind of by hippies. Very liberal people. And I went there and I they even I got to go to the Pentagon. And I got to tour Washington DC with all these military people from all the branches of the military, plus other people in the country, and they were thinking we're potential leaders and it was a really really phenomenal experience. I can't lie, but it really shifted my ideology because I was raised to be, this very strong, liberal person, and Harry was with these really strong conservative people, and I thought they were just as lovely just as phenomenal. And just doesn't Spiring as, as how I had been raised, and that's actually really, what twisted me away from politics as I realized that whether democrat or Republican, it really doesn't matter, you're human, and you have inherent value in Moore's. And I was really sick of the fighting my found in politics that just felt like there was a lot of fighting and not a lot of like heart based connection like human to human connection. And that's actually what took me into the. Field of psychotherapy art therapy. And as a essentially now in the strategy who utilizes all these skills together. Somebody was wondering about my song list. I love that. Yeah. So some of the things I listen to the most are a love Francis in the light. I think that shes mazing love chance. The rapper obviously I love beyond say bony bear is someone I listen to quite often, and I'm really into, like bluegrass, I grew up in Colorado's all just put on, like Spotify, bluegrass mixes. Yeah. But right now, it's it's Francis in the light like cannot get enough of him. He's just amazing. There's a few others, but I can't think of them at the moment. Yes. So someone asks, what's my favorite dorky habit? And I think that is I spend a lot of time reading about neuroscience. Like, that's my, that's my go-to, if I have something if I'm bored. I'm gonna put on a YouTube about neuroscience or gonna lake Instagram it or whatever and. Yeah, because I just think that the human brain what we're learning right now is amazing. And you know, really looking at the brain as a muscle, and, you know, when we are born essentially astrology is just showing us what we saw when we were born for the first month of the first few years, and how our reality became that, you know. So I've talked about the honest, Scorpio generation, and the serial killers the co-leaders, and that's really embedded in the neurology of that generation and what we can do with neuro sciences, we can actually, then start to rewire the brain and re exercise it like a muscle. So we can, you know, if we've been telling our selves. Some message like I've been telling myself my whole life, I'm not valuable because I have kyron interests in the twelfth and I've really not treated myself with a lot of value or worth, and that something I was taught and inherited down through my culture, my family, etc. And right now I'm really trying to say I'm worth it. I'm valuable, I'm more valuable and worth it. And I really have to exercise my brain because I have to get my brain to start believing that the world does. In fact, look differently than I think it does. Let's see. Yeah, I got so many questions from you guys. By the way, help, I'm, I'm trying to answer the ones that. Yeah. Answer. That's and then I got some questions just about like a strategy books. I did a question about apprenticeships, and that is something I would like to continue to do in the future right now. I'm in the this very huge transition. I really appreciate your patience everyone while I'm in this again another transition. I really appreciate your patience because I'm trying to again, build my, my life in such a way that feels really sustainable in nourishing for me. And that's partly me not a podcast studio right now. Why don't have to like do all the setup it's set up for me and it's a beautiful microphone, and I can bring quality to you, but things are happening with again. I'm going to be bringing somebody onto the podcast here soon with me. And because I'm ready to have conversations with other people than myself and have some help. And, you know, I think that's been a struggle for me is really not only asking for help, but accepting help and then learning how to work with help, and that's something I think I'm going to really. Continue to need to build and grow in my life. Because we can't do it alone. We just absolutely can't do this shit alone. And, and it's a really huge learning curve, especially with my generation. The poodle libra 's we all were great with relationships necessarily. And so, you know, when you bring people into your into your life, it's about a new relationship, and it's always takes a lot of a new muscle to build when you've been working alone for a while. And some I'm excited to share that experience with all of you as well. And then I do wanna just answer this. What's the biggest challenge? You've overcome with the help of strategy, I would say, like pretty much astrology has helped me overcome almost every challenge I have, because it just validates exactly where I'm at an exactly what I'm feeling you know, the last few days when the moon was in cancer. I tried to record that Poseidon. I, I didn't feel like doing it. I felt like just being home. In cleaning, the house and just chilling out. But I forced myself to go try to record an episode, and it just didn't fucking work, and it's what strategy has given me as the absolute grace to live with nature. And you know, as I was really learning strategy and practicing, I was living in an unincorporated house in the mountains of Colorado. And I learned to live through the seasons and I really saw the stars and planets at night with no ambient light. And it was beautiful. And yeah, it's just it's just integrated into my life into my body and I know now, kind of how to work with it and the longer, you do astrology longer, you learn it the more you, learn and the more you realize you don't know shit. So, so, yes. So that's kind of what I'm here just to say is just to announce that there is this shift happening in the podcast, prices will be going up, please. If you do want to get a reading at this rate, again, you buy it. Now you can. Use it anytime in the next year you go to the subscription. But and that's where you do it on book now at accessible strategy. It says it will subscribe you and you'll buy that, that, that chart every year at that price. And that keeps you locked in at that rape. But if you ever want to not subscribe, you're welcome to do that as well. But if you do wanna reading now or even six months or seven or eight months you can buy that now and lock it in at that rate, and I'm only offering that to limited amount of people. So be sure to check out and be sure to stay tuned. And thank you for your patients during this transitional time. And I am so excited to continue share my journey with all of you, and I am so honored to be on your journey with you. I am humbled every day when I, meet clients, or sometimes, I just meet people in the street, actually that's been this happened quite a few times, actually recently, and it's crazy that my words will affect strangers. And I think that's a really cool thing to do in this world. Really cool. Art form having a podcast. And yes, so I just want to say thanks for being on this journey with me. And thank you for supporting my work. And I hope this episode is helped you get to know me a little bit better. This, this episode actually was inspired because I had a client who's, like tell me about you. And I was like. Like she wants to know like real stuff, like you know, like, for example, a lot of people don't know. I have a brother, right? There's a lot of things I don't, I don't share on this podcast. And so that was really fun. And I hope I'll get to share some more about my experiences and things. I've been learning and how can support you. And in fact, right now, I'm really sharing this journey of self worth and self healing on my Instagram account at accessible, Shala G. And I've been trying every day to meditate every day to, you know, have some Jews nice fresh green Jews and just an infrared sauna this morning. I feel great. It's just like wow. When you really like bring into the body, there's so much more to give. And this is a beautiful journey that I'm on. And please join me on it. And yeah I have so much love for all of you. Thank you so much. And I look forward to sharing the next big step in stage. In my career with my new co host, who will be announced at the very next episode so much love to all of you.

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Eugenia West -100

On Mic Podcast

19:09 min | 1 year ago

Eugenia West -100

"Hello again. I'm jordan rich and this marks. My one hundred podcast on micheals hit a milestone. It's on to five hundred thousand from here. Here is feature a weekly conversation with one or more creative people from the world theater t._v. Radio voice over and of course is literature writing for my one hundred episode. I've chosen a guest who had ninety six years old. His proving that age is certainly nothing but a number she didn't start in writing until the age of eighty-one and now you genia lovett west is a published author with rave reviews and fans all over the world or novels include mysteries stories and historical fiction titles such as the ancestors cry out overkill without warning and her latest sarah's war set in the american revolution. Oh i can't think of a better guest on my one hundredth episode then this energetic creative young writer you cina west well. I've interviewed literally hundreds if not into the thousands of authors. I'm very excited about today's guest. She is eugenia lovett west as mentioned and she's got a brand new book. We'll talk about that. She's got several other projects that she has completed and more in the in the works and eugenia. It's delightful to welcome you to on michael jordan rich well. I'm so happy to bahir. Thank you for inviting me well when i found out that you're cranking out these very successful novels at your tender age. I said i've got to talk to this lady. How old are you this year. I am ninety six and that's quite an inspiration to anybody out there listening. Put that in your backpack and store it folks ninety-six. Let's talk a little bit about your background before we get to the books to reading your bio on your website and you've worked for a bit for harper's magazine way back. When what was that all all above harper's bazaar well you know i am part of the <hes> the greatest generation which is quite reveling relevant to <hes> as we are about to have the day and my husband was a fighter pilot in the air force flying emotions over germany and <hes> it's an interesting thing to be ninety six and look back <hes> so much history but to go back to your question about harper's bazaar with this before i was married i was just between <hes> two years of sarah lawrence college and and <hes> so i went to new york you know ride and worked a little bit for harper's bazaar a little bit for the red cross then got married at age twenty eddie stashing fighter pilot so that was my beginning was writing something that you always aspired to as a young in person prior to even getting into the harper's world or would not really not really. I didn't really start <hes> seriously writing until my youngest child with school day and then i <hes> i freelance a couple of local newspapers in new in jersey you know felt very you know dashed around with my nikon camera and the articles actually covered political conventions things like fat but like a lot of <hes> journalists you sort of think well. Maybe why three hundred words why not three hundred page. The first novel i wrote was trash <hes> but the second one <hes> the ancestors cry was picked up by doubleday so that was sort of my of my writing career. I didn't start until i was you know way into my forties. I've i've got to ask you about the contest part of this because this sounds like a hollywood story when you send something in for a writing contest and finally something clicked. Can you tell us that story. Yeah i <hes> if i were giving advice to young authors. I would say it's a little dangerous switch sean so i switched from from history to mystery and i self published this book it was then called frit and and i said is it to <hes> a contest statements best puts on called malice domestic and didn't expect to hear anything but one of the judges liked it and send send it to <hes> saint martin's press grown <hes> mystery editor roof cabin and she picked up on it and i was sitting at my computer one morning opened ended up and here was this invitation from saint months presses luth cabin for two for contract to mysteries. Well you know almost levitated -tated up to the ceiling and struggling writers. It doesn't get any better than that. You're young success. You start cooking in your eighties. These these books really starting to flourish one writes a book. There's so much research and fact finding and editing self editing and so forth sounds like you were prepared though oh for this you you had a background and writing and enough curiosity to get this done in my correct sarah's war the current one. I'm talking for any of them because of writing a book. I'm i am told is like birthing a baby though i would not know what that feels like well it is you know he's sort of work and work and work and then pops out finally <hes> <hes> you have to have the compulsion to give it time <hes> jordan you have to find your style not takes usually unless you're unless yes. You're extremely talented. That takes a millions of words to find your particular voice or your style for ending in writing for newspapers is really really good training because you do on facts and you shorten your sentences you don't go too much for the adverbs adjective so i think that helped me a lot and and then i got fellow intrigued with the <hes> period of the american revolution and the war for independence ended i just became only i will you said at the beginning of our chat eugenia that you've lived history and you certainly have god bless you ninety six and seeing through the wars and and the troubles tribulations and challenges and victories through the <hes> the last several decades does that help when you're writing a book look like like the new one s. There is war or any of the books having that life experience well. I think most writers would say that. They have to have experience what they're in some ways. It's it's a combination of imagination and experience <hes> at my mysteries. I take my heroine mistreat to a lot of different countries countries well i because i traveled a lot with my husband and who was a c._e._o. Of important company <hes> yeah we went to place. I wouldn't take note and so a lot of that that sort of an older back into books. You're a good reporter. You've got an eye for detail and that helps and you mentioned emma's street. Let's talk a little bit about this character. She comes from the opera world. Now she solving crimes tell us a bit more about where you came up with her and how if you will well i made it. Obviously you have to have a a mystery. You have to have a leading protagonist and <hes> i sort of lean towards always seem to lean towards wrong women who are working their way through through problems and emma certainly works way through <laughter> myriad disasters both both romantic and <hes> dangerous situations and <hes>. I'm just come to love her. She's <music>. She's forty eight. She's good looking. She was lost she. She was an started out as as a diva. You know rising opera star and had the lobster boys at an operation married children that are boys now in college loses their husband and that starts are on on this career and she saw the go-to person in her family for when crises arrived so that's how that works and the third ama- emma is coming out in november is going to be published in november so i'm still a no finau jordan. I know 'em better than i now my own children. I'm sure you do because you brought this character to life and also i would imagine you've got a very active social media beautiful website. That will announce announce again. I would imagine you're fans are anxious to see what's coming for amadou here from readers often about their thoughts on the novels and where you're going not as often as is on like because <hes> all the time i was writing. I was also having a very busy life bringing up for children. I very busy husband working his way up to success <hes> i did volunteer work i think many writers day particularly with with <hes> with all new tools that you can use they they build up a fan base. They have their you know their facebook by the thousands doesn't know people and i never did any of that so <hes> which is a great mistake. I think never too late by the way and you're on a podcast which is current technology allergies so i have a feeling through things like this. You'll get even more people excited about it but i hope so i love the mysteries and i also love the idea of book clubs. I know a lot of the people are probably reading your books book clubs and <hes> nowadays they can. They can literally talk back to the author through some of these channels just wondering how active that was going to give you an assignment to <hes> beef up your social media pages so that you hear what people are saying sure. They're very very complimentary. So let's talk about the latest book is this is a departure a bit. It's a historical stoorikhel novel and it takes place during the revolutionary period. Tell us a little bit more about what inspired you to go in this direction. I can tell you really very easily. I was reading happened to be reading <hes> non fiction historical book and <hes> i read about this winter of seventeen eighteen seventy seven during the war of course it was the winter that washington with alli forge bleeding fees in the snow their militiaman deserting or or desperately ill but at the same time in philadelphia where the british were having winter quarter when their quarters philadelphia these british officers young young ones living it up. You wouldn't believe you know the cop. The fancy parties the balls no churn the heads of the little loyalist girls like peggy ship and the contract was so incredible apple a farewell party for general sir william how it costs thousands of pounds and was based on a an old fashioned tournament with the nights of the burning rose followed by bowl and fireworks. I thought this was happening in colonial america and it just intrigue me so much that i've spent years you know really researching that period and i mean out finally with with sarah's war you know strong women characters. That's your your thing. That's your stamp and were lucky. Were living in the era. We are because finally finally women are getting their do not only in the comic books but also in novels and film and television. It must be gratifying to to see this change that women women can star quote unquote in their own big story. It's very gratifying. It's very gratifying again. Forcing the old age card hard my generation my group of friends none of us practically none of us had careers except for marriage and children and now daughters and daughters in law. No everybody's busy doing something interesting indeed indeed. Let me refer to an article article that you have posted on your website from a._a._r._p. Magazine i believe and you're one of several outstanding people featured in this article michael and it has to do with creativity at an older age. Do you think that really it. It's proven itself out in terms of your quick wit and your your ability to write that you kept doing it that you're kept at it and here you are ninety six in strong. I think i've been very lucky in many ways i mean i have reasonably good health health. I don't feel knotty six. I color my hair. I do push ups and i get up in the morning and i with the with the urge orange. Keep creating and i call up. I call that luck think it's great that you're curious and interested in things as i am at a slightly a younger fellow than you are but i think that's the key. I think it's always reaching out to learn more and create more and boy. Have you taken that to the next level eugenia. I credit they do for that. Well thank you so much. You know when you the only thing about being ninety six you have to be realistic and realize that every every day is a gift you could all on the ice tomorrow and that would be kind of difficult to go on with career after that and <hes> the the maintenance ain't and then it's like maintaining an old car. We have to spend to all. I was going to use a swear word which i won't you have to spent so much time on maintenance you know keeping the cells are on the road but other than that other than that <hes> those are the downsides as talking to you. I'm thinking about the books and how successful they are and just the titles overkill without warning you right violence because you need to in things like like this. You're right adventure. You write a little capital our romance so you're pretty happier keeping up with the the latest quote unquote trends. Aren't you <laughter> well. One yes yes definitely he and and i rely on my on my daughters who <hes> keep let me really really up to <hes> the latest friends and my my grandpa and my grandchildren too. I mean without them. I i might i might not be quite as up on a few things. Well believe me. I i'm the same way i have to rely on my kids and grandkids and when young guns but <hes> they still come to me as they surely come to you for advice friendship love and warmth and all that and great stories. Let me ask you another interesting question. I've always asked other authors and that is who do you read and who has influenced you. Who do you just like to read for fun that kind of thing. That's pretty hard <hes> <hes> right now. What am i reading. I'm reading a book about robert morris. Who was the financier during the war for independence fascinating uniting book learning so much <hes> i read quite a bit of nonfiction i told back to some of the old ones like goals worthy and <hes> i i love. I love coming by michelle obama. <hes> ah of miscellaneous i think well there's nothing nothing wrong with being all-purpose miscellaneous and then having a full range of interests. I think your influences are very powerful because you're reading writing some great stuff so so the next one a sarah's war is out now available on amazon and all sites the next one features mistreat spelled s. t. r. e. a. t. and she's in another another adventure. Can we say where she's going to end up. What part of the world jordan she is going to start out in boston. She's going to be going to new york. She's he's going to be going to france power. <hes> the south of france will little south of paris rather. She's going to be going to <hes> uh. She's gonna go. Hello time in florence italy. She's going to ireland's. He's going to and in switzerland so and and the subplot which is a little out of my depth but i'd try doing it. Anyhow is cybercrime your shift yeah. She's gotten mixed up and a bad bad now network or or individual and <hes> it's going to cause a lot live true apple but she's on the case so where we can rest easy and by the way the lot of frequent flyer miles there eugenia my goodness your characters are <hes> the crisscrossing the the world unbelievable globe-trotting trotting and i have to admit i shouldn't perhaps that i like to write about a high end people in this book. I don't think she set foot on a commercial flight myth all private at but interesting people <hes> in our world. She has a godmother caroline who is a sort of a social star in new york who sent her eighties. He's now and <hes> and karen caroline sort of brings into this. Although emma herself is not a jetsetter at all but she gets she gets involved in that world and <hes> <noise> so so she she you say she has traveled. She puts in travel travel. Miles in this book is great well. We're thrilled to meet you here on the podcast and to spread the good word your website is your name spelled e. u. G. not an i a love it l. o. V. e. t. t. west w. E. s. t. eugenia lovett west dot com. I want everyone to go out there and read these books and keep reading these books because there are more to come. It's just delightful to meet you my dear thank you so much for joining me. Thank you so much. I really enjoyed this. Oh that was fun. My thanks to eugenia you for joining me on my one hundred podcast so grateful to those of you who choose to download and listen to on mike with jordan rich. We're on all podcast platforms and we continue to add add to the audience every week. You can find out more at my website chart productions dot com c. h. a. r._t. Productions dot com charges where the podcast is produced so special thanks wchs to my colleagues ken carberry and the wonderful dan tibo both of whom support me with their technical know-how and friendship hey. I'm for another several hundred of these podcasts. Would you like to come. I'm along for the ride. Your certainly invited till next time. This is jordan rich saying be will so you can do good.

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#18 - December Astrology - The Grandmother Energy + Meditation for 2020

Bridging Realities: An Accessible Astrology Podcast

54:00 min | 8 months ago

#18 - December Astrology - The Grandmother Energy + Meditation for 2020

"Today we're going to talk about the grandmother Energy Moving into December of twenty nineteen. We're GONNA talk about the energy of the month and the year to come. We're GonNa talk about what is grandmother energy and how can we each foster it as individuals as we move into. Aw December as we move in to twenty twenty and as we move into a paradigm shift in humanity. I am your host Eugenia Crock. This is accessible astrology. Welcome sit back. Relax and listen to this one from a place of peace from a place of safety from a place where you can relax you into this offering this week And welcome back to the podcast as I said before. This is Eugenia crack the host of accessible astrology. The podcast Haad cast. I'm so honored that you have taken time to listen to the offerings that I have to give in this episode. We're going to mostly have a meditative experience which I will explain soon. And so if you are ready to sit back and do a meditation and visualization people listening to this episode. If not maybe sit back and wait until you can find yourself in a relaxed place in a relaxed state. The Meditation I will be offering for the episode. This week is a meditation from the twenty twenty toolbox. It's the meditation Russian designed for December of Twenty nineteen. You'll get an idea at this meditation about what it is. I'm trying into foster for all of you and for myself. Moving forward into the year. The energy of the grandmother is the energy. I want to foster within myself and guide. All of you to foster for yourselves hopes this month. In December of Twenty Nineteen Jupiter. The planet will leave his experience experience his dance in the sign of Sagittarius and walk forward. Move forward into into the sign of Capricorn. This transit is one that is important. Wherever Jupiter goes there is where the energy gets bigger and when energy gets bigger somewhere it's wise or advantageous advantageous to balance out that bigness? And how we do that. Moving into twenty TWANI. Money is to cultivate cancer and then later in the year to cultivate Gemini in the Twenty Twenty Toolbox I go oh through. Every month of twenty twenty and December of Twenty nineteen to describe to you the shifts that will occur from one month to the next when we start to understand this energy we can align to it we can shift with the Gods and the goddesses dot is above and recognize. That all is as it should be the stories that show up in our life as lovely and as challenging as they can be are intentionally placed in front of us to learn from to grow from to find grace over time and that is the energy of grandmother was done. The energy of the grandmother is the energy of Wisdom the energy of grace and the energy of holding space for Change as we move into twenty twenty. We can assume that big changes changes might happen in the collective and in the collective consciousness and when we know about these changes we can prepare for them. Winter is a lot easier when we are prepared word with coats and sweaters and the ability to stay warm and as Jupiter enters the sign of Kappa corn and joining his brother Pluto in the sign of Capricorn joining Saturn Saturn and the sign of Capricorn joining his sister series in the sign of Capricorn. We we know that these powerful gods and goddesses are entering the winter solstice the winter solstice a time I'm of darkness and cold in the Northern Hemisphere time where we sit around the fire and stay warm. It's a time where we feast on the harvest from the fall. We nurture ourselves our family our community. And because we know we're going lean into the winter solstice in a very big way. This meditation is to help each of you prepare for that energy before you listen to this meditation. Please do not be driving. A car are please do not need to be anywhere. Please allow space to simply be still to simply enjoy the visions that this meditation invites you you into. If you enjoy this meditation. I have twelve more that are uniquely designed for each month as well as journal pages to follow your journey through these changes. I have educational tools videos and descriptions of each month's astrology coming ahead and because it is the holidays I thought might as well offer a sale like everybody else so if view would like to get the twenty twenty toolbox you can do so for ten percent off from now until Christmas Day please visit accessible astrology dot com and my readings are full from now until March the spring of twenty twenty as I will be taking the winter to really settle into that grandmother energy myself to be able to nurture myself deeply in the winter months into prepare myself for moving into this new New Year in the Spring Equinox to serve all of you my clients and my students and my fellow brothers and sisters in so because the readings are booked for now. I did want to let you know that. I have gift certificates available on the website as well for reading with me and from now until Christmas Day. If you do book reading with me in the spring or purchase a gift certificate for someone you love that you think might really benefit from my guidance. I am offering the toolbox for free so with every purchase made on a reading or a gift. Certificates certificates from the end of November of twenty and eighteen th through December twenty five of twenty nineteen. You will be getting a free twenty twenty toolbox with over five hours of video and audio describing the astrology of the year and probably over six hours of meditations to guide you through the year and about sixty pages of journal prompts to help you track your process through the year and of course an educational syllabus because it's good to also have the logical side understood understood so if Hugh love this meditation and would love this toolbox again it it will be T- Ten percents off go to accessible Shoji dot com and also if you want to gift a reading book reading you will also receive this tailbacks valued at seventy five dollars for free. And that is just a wonderful energetic exchange. I believe for what I have to offer offer for all of you this year but without further ado let's step away from our brains and our logic for just a moment and please find yourself in a relaxed position and I invite you to join me. On a journey to foster the grandmother their energy inside of you the energy that simply hold still nurtures those around US embraces the child and the inner child the energy of the wise feminine the all loving feminine the one who holds the warmth through the winter rather than builds the structure and fences offenses and walls that divide people into different fragments of humanity. The the energy of Capricorn has the potential to do that in the year. Twenty twenty to divide US further by color of skin and religious belief political belief ideas and values. The grandmother accepts all well as they are in recognizes. There is an inner child inside of everyone. An inner child who desires to be nurtured and health and safety and love if we can each learn to do this for ourselves and for those closest to us imagine the impact act that has on the world. We don't have to like every one we don't have to get along with everyone. Boundaries boundaries are necessary saying no is necessary putting space between us and toxic individuals goals is necessary and still we can hold space with love and grace for everyone an as Jupiter moves from Sagittarius into capricorn corn on the second day of December. This is the time to foster the grandmother energy. So as we move into this meditation begin to breathe into your heart. Now begin to really find yourself in a place place of stillness and I hope you enjoy this meditation and the many more to come through the toolbox wchs with so much love and so much gratitude for all of you. I bid you Adieu into this journey as we move into December twenty nineteen. I'll look forward to meeting. We knew back here on the next episode. Tation for December. Twenty nine for this meditation I want you to get into a comfortable position in a comfortable space space. Rayfield safe space where you feel relaxed slowly. I want you to settle into yourself as you find yourself settling down into yourself into your body. I want you to feel into Just what you feel We're going to take a journey into journey into ourselves into that space Nation Israel as you continued deep into experience experience. I want you to begin took Imagine yourself imagine yourself and nature. It is when intern outside their snow. Falling all around You're standing gene in a valley in the snow falling around the white on the ground sprinkles of light Heading the snowflakes on the trains in the Earth as still They only see that you have walked Call around Consignments The Sun. Have you see a sort of hot. Maybe it's a TB. Maybe it's a cave it's out of wood and found materials Either way what you see out of you feels You can see smoke coming from the chimney. I'm nick smoke coming from that structure and you know that's straight ahead shelter to keep you the the excitement to the cold soon to dock night Three your body run. They begin to With each and every step he feelings a smells The energy the Winter Cindy What can you observe as he walked? Fard yeah observe inside of yourself around you. What do you feel perhaps in the valley flying ahead and this Valley Mountain Lions Watch Call recognize everything around. You is sacred Plants trees which have lost their leaves back to the her. The animals are there to serve. And you are there to serve and return breathe and understanding the SURCO Understand and natural world as you approached the shelter shell the gratitude. Feel that energy knowing that you it'll be warmed tonight as you enter your shelter. Feel the warmth from the fire start earphones and in that shelter see waiting for you circle Grandmothers grandmothers the fire. The grandmothers her name's space free grandmothers. Are we're still turn the grandmothers And now you have an opportunity to into there is one by one experience. The loving wisdom coming the song of each grandmother each other has been through the process of life from child maiden mother Grandmother Her what it is to carry life grandmother who announced what it is to let go of life was done and calm the deep space the grandmothers have to offer to you. They can feel do you worry from the outside world. They know that parts of life they are full of fear. They know you've experienced heartbreak Experienced love and they know you're not sure about so many things things in life and still they invite this warm nursing space face a As you are they invite and has he sat down in the circle of grandmothers grandmothers. It was dumb such maturity such feel safe to relax And the Handball Partridge. They've gathered from around that they crew in in the spring and Summer Harris said in the fall. They nurture the community in the winter in hardy potatoes and berries That was Honored for the life have all this ball of and you know it is sacred an an as it brings us to your mouth. You can taste the love everybody because he knows that the grandmothers Slowly an intentionally prepared this nurturing and now as a son has early time time to serious trolley Experience of nurture when you finally you eat your supper grandmothers Begin to say They sing for humanity for brothers and sisters. They sang for their family. They know that life is not always easy. I understand Rather Voice Tame Anti Kazeem deeply. Listen in their song. nurtured Simply they want to be held. Churn cared for the experience of feelings Deeply feel that. Now close your eyes Your body's melody of the Grandmother worry. Comes back into your mind. It's time tragedies each time And scared feel align energy uh-huh uh-huh Grandmother's own everything is as it should the grandmothers connection to source Grandmothers speak of the Gods feel and see and understand the bear picture of life from this place of Grace Space From the fire the energy of being nurtured and Protect yourself tire. A grandmother closest invites you to layer in her And as head down to rest she becomes two stroke. Your lullaby offering the mother gives a child. Do you feel. Grandmother's began to sign again was love and he began to fade into Easily and safely unconscious as his grandmother's continue the space space The for you know the Sun Megan's her is Animals come back It You find yourself alone in the shelter. is And ready to welcome the day As you begin to set up you wonder if the grandmothers forever even there was. This is a reality. And you realize it doesn't matter deep inside of you great Grandmother have learned not to be hauled space for others deep inside of you Are Connected Are Being guided in your heart and your knowing Realize when you leave the structure outside filled was such they live. That will present. You challenge deeply no now trimming stone Space Town Grass And as so you walk forward to take on the day feel nurtured and ratty knowing the grandmothers are always waiting for you In carefree you guide you back to La Began feeling this thirteen and straight ahead. You see your home. They re provide food. Are you are protected House family there are some thing nurturing waiting and you know this great was it will carry into your own home and and now come back into your body you come back in this in this moment. All your toes all your fingers asks you step forward today in the world of Craig I prepared for the Great Challenges Inches hough space of the grandmother in your heart and now with a few deep breaths The gratitude you have for yourself taking time I'm the grandmother energy inside of you Because you know this practice view for the days ahead and you know what the sparked serving inanities. Whatever you see on the news today Whatever even deep inside There's a reason and a purpose. Great Circle will So hold the space for yourself as a whole the space for humanity Forward into consciousness changing gears. Humanity is shifting eighteen space

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After all, its only genies who need to be bottled up!

Plan B Success

06:08 min | 6 months ago

After all, its only genies who need to be bottled up!

"Hey greetings everyone and welcome back to another episode of Plan D success. How many times have you heard that live in a very small world? Now what a small world. It is often used phrase when referring to the speed unreach- of any conduct across borders. But what truly is responsible for this far reaching consequences of today's world and more so what has led to the creative development of human interaction an improvement over time. What do you think it is? What's the reason that we're able to connect so quickly so fast? And what's the reason for so much human interaction that we see in this day and age of social media? You might say technology. Well I don't think so. I think it's beyond technology. I think it's communication by communication. I mean the active interacting with each other to exchange ideas. Views notions believes experiences and so much more language has always been more of an enabler than a hindrance to interaction and a fall very lifeforms man or the human being rather is the one blessed with the Faculty of Myriad Forms of communication and interpretation. It's light bill for each one of us to make optimum use of this faculty in various aspects of our lives. We would expression lucid emotions and a good help are all result off. Effective communication skills the skill to interact the skill to exchange information the skill the show emotion show love show care and the skill to shore belonging. This communication has varied forms. It's not always about the language it's also about. The nonverbal cues that you use to communicate as well Communication Skills Harbor behond upon throughout our lives so that we get better at this art and science of Interaction and at the same time benefit from its many. Were choose the way we write the way we speak the way we imortant and express our all aspects of a complete package our personality each one of us wants to ensure the most effective interpretation possible of what we aspire to convey if communicating either skill listening and interbreeding is a far far more complex and more needed skill after all it's starting to predation which results in corresponding actions and reactions and we want to affect the action Lee desire by communicating hence. There is a need to master the skill of communication. It's often seen that do. Importance is not given to the Everyday Act with communication. A lot of us take for granted but it requires its own time and effort and attention in order to continue to go on the skill by not giving you the attention seeks by just taking it for granted we wonder why the resulting actions of our communication were not what we expected to see. Earning more getting a promotion seeking someone's affection speaking your mind all result from effective communication in specific situations. It's important to recognize the situation and communicate accordingly to affect the results. You seek and when I say affect the results you see what I mean by. That is the perfection is not in how you communicate the perfection should be in you communicate in such a way that the other person interpret said the way you want it integrated. It's also important that you're true to yourself when you communicate since that is when the best of you is deflected in walk you have to share. You have to be confident. You have to believe in the message that your client to pass and then only will the best possible communication happen in terms of releasing the information communicating and in terms of the other person or the other people accepting it an interesting the way you want it to be integrated so it's also important as I said to recognize the situation and communicate accordingly to affect the results. You seek your attempt to city you'll leaguer. Truest sense exude in your communication and Azerbaijan has the best impact possible based on how you own. The skill Moore leaves you disatisfaction of having spoken your mind. And as it is out with a healthy body healthy mind you'll stay after all it's only genie's will need to be bottled up. Hey I hope you like that episode boot check out my website Rajiv Dot Com and by the way do Checkout Bob. Podcast mastery program. That's out there on the website. And if you're interested in podcasting if you're interested in creating a brand image for who you are what you have to offer definitely check that core south. I'm sure it's going to provide immense value and it'll cut short Eugenia for searching podcasts by the weeks into a couple of hours to get started and moving on thank you very much.

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#14 - The Astrology of 2020 Q+A

Bridging Realities: An Accessible Astrology Podcast

45:03 min | 10 months ago

#14 - The Astrology of 2020 Q+A

"And an insights into life and humanity the unique thing of course about astrology is if you have a question and you ask an astrologer today I'm going to answer some of your questions I'm going to answer those questions based on my unique perspective may unique background background so if you're ready to listen to some questions answered from the community questions from the community excuse me answered Cetera and so today I offer you my unique perspective on astrology my unique insight based on my unique astrology and for for those of you who are participating in the community I am doing my best to give you lots of extra perks for supporting my work and S. of a human there's no curfew CT equation that says one plus one will equal to for oils and Ruby Ruben six wrote Eugenia Paints her teachings with rich storytelling reflections feminine voice. I appreciate that she used thank you so much this is the most meaningful amazing way to give back to the efforts of me putting this information out there for Myself Eugenia Stay tuned you are listening to accessible Shala g the podcast and your host Eugenia Crock I'll be Shen an answer episode I posed this question to the community who supports my work on Patriots on dot com slash so much gratitude thank you Ruby Ruben sex so I just wanted to say you know as we're getting into today's question this is why people like to refer to it as a pseudoscience the beauty of astrology is that because every moment what an incredible teacher full of compassion and wisdom I appreciate learning from Your Com presence your love for humanity exudes out of you thank you doc means the world to me so wild for oils said just diving into the world this world astrology and there's no better guide than Eugenia View I put this out there for all of you because it is how I want to serve humanity and how I can in the fact that so many of you really appreciate this we saw as children what we see today it's based on our environment our ethnic background our orientation back on our religious background and Cetera et Cetera et Cetera. So help me understand this energy differently reframing my reality of how I think and feel about the transitions in my life you are a treasure thank you wild this is our sensual nature to navigate all aspects of astrology I'm so excited to continue to learn and gather the bits of wisdom she has to share with us in the human personality human personality is vast and abstract and unique it's based on deep inherited genetic patterns it's based on what one of the things I'm going to be doing is offering alive QNA Webinar For those of you in the community this coming Sunday that is October twenty seventh every day is unique so are we as individuals and there is no scientific method that can measure the uniqueness right back it just start to this episode I just want to give a quick shout out to those of you who've left some great reviews on itunes again two thousand nineteen if you're hearing this leader at eleven am in the afternoon and this is of course the new moon in Scorpio which I think is we go into that live Webinar and I did have a few you reach out and so I will be answering your questions today about twenty twenty Johny twenty I think it is because we're heading in the end towards the end of the Roman calendar year we've moved into Scorpio season which means we're letting go one of the things I want to talk about today is why am I making such a big deal about twenty twenty why am emphasizing it so much I don't think it's uniquely because it's not meeting you there I did ask some of you who can't make it to do you have any questions about twenty twenty the I can answer here on the podcast first before of the life that we've built up to this point the life that we set seed four at the spring equinox is now coming into the place of transition a really good time to have a live aid to dive into some deep topics and deep conversations and to connect and so if you can make it to that I'll look for where we are I think where we are right now is really preparing us for the inevitable changeover the inevitable shift talking about two thousand twenty strategy and so this Cuna is just to get us to start thinking about not just where we're going to answer some of your questions and yet it's undeniably unique and it's a year I've been aware of from the moment I began to learn about astrology astrologers were and I think that it's important for us to always have a kind of adjust and understanding about the astrology so that we can work with it eighteen percent off until Halloween day when mercury goes retrograde so do that before the retrograde even though of course retrograde that is occurring in humanity at at at large right now and this information that the gods have gifted us with called astrology in and transformation and we're heading into the winter solstice and I think that base in the Roman calendar in the Western world we talk about the New Year starting on January first oh before we get into the Q. and A. Section I just wanted to talk a little bit about Capricorn in cancer I said the leaves have dropped to the ground and many places the cold winds of winter have begun to sweep in the sun is dipping away earlier in the evening and rising leader in the morning Ah of course twenty twenty is a very unique year based on the astrology I'm GonNa talk about some of those transits and some of that information today again I said this before if it's going to be summer the new by some tank tops that's all this is about is how do we use the energy coming forward to work with it move with it like every year but I think that because of the lineup there is this opportunity to really build a beautiful future for ourselves particularly this year in as we we all have this opportunity to actually find incredible success this year there's a lot of things happening this year that in twenty twenty that of course it will be challenging around winter coming an urgency to make sure that you habgood tires on your car enough money in your working with it to have a really successful year I think that when we use when we can really look at the astrology of twenty twenty I think that we can all have so that I can really navigate my own life experience with them and really come into this place of empowering myself with the transit's not living in fear and were just take a few deep breaths and what all of us on the Northern Hemisphere Bank account to heat your home if you live somewhere like Colorado enough wood to heat your home if we can find some still place inside of ourselves or we can really just feel into this energy as we get into these questions with your culture and I talk like us sometimes for some reason the Brits and the Wisconsin folk and that's because I've Mars Venus running straight through those two places on clause showing up and now we see the holidays around the corner whatever you celebrate maybe it's getting dark soon the time will change and the Sun will rest and silver driving in the dark to go home you might even start to be feeling an urgency right now maybe we're ready to take a break from work although moving into the holidays is the map of astro target cartography but that's a whole nother topic okay so I just want us all to disclose her is just a moment perhaps you're starting to consider the holidays coming up the family gatherings and then just before Christmas we go into the Winter Solstice on December twentieth or twenty first depending on the year it gives us tools to really work with it of course I m providing some those tools and may twenty twenty toolbox and by the way that is still available for preorder of the it's Hanukkah maybe it's Christmas may be something else maybe it's nothing but that advertisement starts to hit your is about home for the holidays and it's the darkest day of the year it's cold Christmas around the corner his family around a table may be of children you're thinking about the Christmas presents beautiful futures ourselves of course we're going to build build a beautiful future for humanity at large that's fucking exciting so work unto itself but it's a different kind of work it's the work of making sure the home is warm says we can feel at this time of year everything has built up to the holidays earned the Yule log we take all of that energy that we built from the entire spring and summer business owners entrepreneurs anyone in commerce has been building up to this energy for the evening earlier in the day and might even be dark after we get out of work trading it with our Christmas lights and with joyous candles being lit joyous figures like Santa that will start to present themselves more and more and I want you to just move in pass this thinking about travel who's going to go to whose house what will that look like final point before the last quarter of the year but moves us into winter go in the year twenty twenty we have an incredible lineup of you're going into winter to really feel the energy right now of Scorpio want to give all of you and myself let's get clear I want to also give myself tools to really help me with the transit's coming up in twenty twenty Her to prepare for the spring in the peak of this experience the the winter soldier meant into November Sagittarius Season Christmas lights we've adjusted to the dark and we're seller everything builds and builds and builds from the spring equinox until the winter solstice and the rest of the year we left this is the Christmas Holiday Party of the century with Pluto in Jupiter and sad abercorn it is like the sky is coming together to gather for that final push of success her Morgan hard to create the image of family the image of Home Schering the stories this is the energy of Capricorn this is the as of building building everything to the peak and after as we enter the process of moving into ourselves into the process of letting go quickly or what my family celebrates and I don't enjoy it I don't enjoy having that pressure every year the pressure of it to look final push for commerce that final push for being home for the holidays attention personally I cannot stand Christmas that is what I see defined joy at the darkest day of the year if you celebrate the solstice which I encourage everyone to do we the family is fed and protected its energy of trying the image of love the image of being protected sitting around the fire planets asteroids and other elements moving into the phase of capricorn moving into the learn the south known couple of eclipses series menas Mercury all of these planets passing through will determine what their Christmas might look like which is a certain other kinds of pressure right certainly and for it to feel a certain way I prefer hanging out with my family just any old day where there's less pressure but Christmas and so really feeling into this energy will help us work with US energy the pressure of it the challenge of it twenty twenty we see the energy start to shift into Aquarius and Pisces and then the cycle begin again fall and we throw it on the Yul log in burnt away so that we can be clear of heart and mind as we enter the winter belts for we could say hundreds of years we could even say thousands depending on your perspective of Shala g brings a certain amount of pressure especially when there's children right young children who this is this moment right and how successful have you been only right this is an incredible masculine nature and at the other end of it it's a would've what do we do at the holidays what is that energy about when we think about family and when we think about coming home for the holidays is a lot of as as we really feel into this we can feel that humanity as a whole is coming to some kind of peak that we've been prakorn moving into that really dark moment the solstice moment the peak moment that moment of you know the shelter and building the wall which I talk a lot more in the toolbox to help work with that cycle of Saturn and Jupiter however the masculine nature of it right there's a strong masculine needs are associated with capricorn because it's you know you gotTa have that shelter over the building since we can say the spring or Vernal Equinox at some point riding off into their little homes and there's not a lot of unity that happens at that winter solstice point there's more than anything there's a lot of division that our findings to do but Reggie Jackson Great Times really invest in something that helps us dive better into communication and I think that this toolbox that's the point of it if you are an early Kappa Corner have anything in early capricorn at the eclipse point but I'll be doing an episode about how do we prepare for the holidays of the water and so let's talk about cancer energy for just a moment and really subtle into what that feels like the summer solstice so everyone is family oriented at the holiday seasons at the Christmas season and that is something to consider about capricorn to everyone I've been personally preparing for the holidays and one of the things that I've noticed is Thanksgiving is pretty loose you know you can invite friends together that urgency that happens at the winter solstice dissipates at the summer solstice because we have so much early life enjoy nature the urgency to have that structure have that building formed habit all put goals and dividing the families and and that's another thing to think about with capricorn is we really get divided I'm going to be doing in episode not like a with SCO girl Wisconsin I love people from Wisconsin if any of you out there shout to you I have a deep affinity we can look at that from when Pluto was an areas Saturn Jupiter but none of that matters we are at point with all of the culmination of each time an even when that sun goes down it's still warm and we can sit by a river and look at the stars planets moving into capricorn that we are coming to a peak in moving into the breakdown of what has been sleep we spend most time with our families in the season a capricorn and cancer go look it up but this moment with families has cancer all lowly oh cancer in the chart with the northbound in cancer for most of twenty twenty not all of it but a good chunk of it or go to a friend's house or something like that the Christmas is tough man Christmas is you know I've been talking with my family about how can we make sure that ahead that has to be built right gotTa have money in the bank account or resources to feed ourselves in the winter right God to protect the family the answer will always be uniquely defined to the astrologer for example toothless two dozen equal four and astrology nurturing amazing energy that the earth provides to us at the summer we get to feed one another with that right the longest day of the year you know switch your energy into June July for this year and really next year is going to be amazing on the next winter solstice is an amazing astronomically event as well as the winter solstice of twenty twenty right into that moment where kids are out of school we are with families again statistically act we can enjoy just being maybe we're with our families here in American fourth of July family picnics about preparing for the holidays of twenty nineteen because the eclipse on Christmas days historical and phenomenal mind-blowing if you ask me especially and then there's also the north note of other planets I don't WanNa get into those details but there's this energy point into cancer to to deal with all of this cat because kids are out of school because we have time when we leave work we still have plenty of time to go enjoy sharing join abundance maybe some of that joint abundance comes straight from our own garden offering the beautiful you know everything is as peaceful as it can be on Christmas Day and they answers inevitably of course will let's invite friends over but friends are over at their own homes right and so happens a lot of walls that get bill in in people put in two different places actually really think about Capricorn Energy as cup knitting of cancer energy nurturance with that leafy green with that vegetable fruit is ripe and juicy earth the mother she's giving us all she has to nurture US whereas the winter solstice enjoying being present enjoying nurturing ourselves and nurturing others she in the mentality of the summer solstice whiches enjoying time and so how do we prepare for twenty twenty we embrace the summer solstice the energy doc of politics actually going to Annapolis that changed the course of my life I was raised very liberal unless it was such an uncomfortable bizarre experience because I kind of grew up with this mentality of maybe not really respecting homes are camps right lime in this camp 'cause I identify with this thing we call identity politics identify I was chosen as a potential leader and I went to this conference and I was met by all of these people from the military from the Air Force right and everyone is choosing their home to go home to in the holidays and that is not what we need I to all those other branches I think of them off my head I've I've I haven't obviously spent tons of time in the military but never enter the summer you can just be with it enjoy it tasted fine the deliciousness in it and I'm from a very hippy idea idea I guess in the mountains of Colorado and I went to Annapolis to leadership conference enjoying the energy of just being in civil all of the allege and SOM- my future going there I was invited to lots of different events from lobbying and capitals I'm part of this group and this is my people and we're right right and I bull over here but they they believe that they're this identity and their this people in there right it's part of what's happening and maybe it is what we need maybe that is the God's won't from us but with the North node in cancer there's stories are going to become more and more masculine build those walls you shut down those borders go into our separate really really enjoy these people I was meeting and I stayed in touch with quite quite a lot of them for for a while and that's when I realized why am I choosing a side here of forests in a week I've seen the destruction of man on this earth I recognize that has different belief systems there's a reason for that there's a Yin Yang Energy on this planet right the summer solstice is the lightest day it has three unique moment has value and so I chose this path in a lot of ways I see this as the path of the feminine everyone has inherent value genuinely and I started to recognize I don't want to be part of a world or a system that is gene the art of war as much as maybe a conservative family might have spoke about that in their perception and I started to just they really really necessary about holding the Feminine Energy of Unity I wrote a post I about this recently I just decided to put on my website 'cause I'm really really adamant about it the reason I chose to become an astrologer and right the earth mother who is providing food and fruit to whom ever is out the window she will provide food to she's that all loving all be countered with the darkest day and I started to realize I wanna do work where the client I work with is a human I don't care their orientation Dan or their political beliefs or their religious ideologies all of it has value every human has value as mother still provides food and that is cancer right and I think there is something important there's an obligation for all of us Nah a counselor somebody who worked with people one on one is because I worked and politics I was the leader of a political organization in nurturance vulnerability recognizing that yes we might be in different houses this winter twenty twenty and the Council of Grandmothers right to hold that energy where there's wisdom all nurturing like the mother right when we have a child who does something so an insane and insidious and oiseaux blue belt but it's all part of the process of nature everything happening politically as scary as it may or may not feel at the end of life and the Council of grandmothers just sit still and hold that space right without judgment without asking for it right and of course our earth has been disrupted by humans we know that I with the Amazon burning and do running campaigns to you know doing especially events in DC even at Annapolis places like this I was getting really into the thing finding flaws in belief systems I want to live in a world that recognizes that everyone but the earth she doesn't care while she does but she will still continue to feed us even that person who threw the cigarettes mint moment right in this is really again a lot of the stuff I'm going to be talking about our offering right now who are consciously aware of astrology to continue to feed humanity through love through has purpose and we as the collective individuals have this opportunity to hold the energy like terrible and heart wrenching you hear this from parents all the time I might not like my kid that much but I can't not love them right I can't not in which was the beginning of things starting to change and US moving into the winter solstice as humanity is moving into winter solstice I've seen a lot of all of the things that happened that are manmade I grew up in the mountains of Colorado and trust me I have seen people throw cigarette butts out and take down forty acres survive food right when they're coming home you know and maybe it's a small mistake they made and it totally broke the mother's heart but she's still going to give them food and I think this is a great question and very valid and I have to say that I have been a practicing astrology only sin transit and so with the fact that Pluto has been in capricorn since since the Obama inauguration what about that so one of the questions I received is what if I'm a capricorn rising what does this year mean for me ear without going too much into the future or too much into the past cultivating the moment the unique moment by it's Pluto moved into capra corn and I was not an astrologer before Pluto moved into Capricorn it was two thousand eight the she had had her infants scream and scratch her skin and you know bite her skin because the child was just so angry but the science thousands of clients in fact and the number one client I have seen over the course of the last ten years has been capricorn rising so if you are out there so that as we're moving into a more specific details the more hetty part of the transits to come and we can just have an idea about ziems this has been a really mind blowing Lee transformational decade and a lot of energy of feeling that toolboxes is how to work with US energy month to month and rarely hold that space of the council grandmothers. Let's get into a couple of quick questions here nine when it moved in and that's just about the time I started to learn about Xiaojie so I haven't really I haven't counseled humans ever with Pluto and any other sign the strengths and weaknesses of of certain psychological make-up's and I think one of the challenges of having capricorn rising is this idea few decades we might not even be living in homes I mean one of the amazing things of traveling is seen how people live in homes stock has been what I've heard from a lot of kappa corn racing's I just can't make work there's lots and lots and lots of reasons for that and you are a capricorn rising you're not alone if you're struggling I have actually met a handful of capricorn reasons who are just like Rockin this energy and it's super super merce life build a big business make a lot of money build a big family build a big house you know build that struck each other other places live a lot more modestly and tiny and so we might even see the housing industry changed the way it looks and what houses look like and the Roman Empire the Roman Empire that stole nature from the Western mind put us into a seven day calendar locked us into the jail of Seven Day workweek right started the beginning of the day at midnight they took us out of nature right origin story was with your family I can see that in the chart and because I see that in the car I know the psychological makeup of you and so I know the there's this idea that that's what success is right who knows once Pluto moves into Aquarius and Pisces over the course of the next if you're a capricorn rising and you're trying to build a life based on Capri Cornelius ideas it's gonna be really hard to do that ten years as I've kept statistics in those statistics have now given me tools to essentially prove statistically what the dynamic of at a L- live into winter why is it that people still work from nine to five in the middle of February that's not natural that you have to build that giant house to put the big family in have that that career in that very you know capricorn com big buildings and the space right and that is not the future Aquarius is Sir right but clearly that is that energy is what's going into an end is coming to an end here in the next few years the ideology of your father and his father and his father your future is unknown it's unwritten capricorn rising and it is like it's time to reinvent yourself completely let go of what you fucking thought it was gonNA look like it's not gonNa work everything's going to be moving into Aquarius let go of the ideology of your childhood all over the world and how different that looks right in America is very we love the big homes the big cars the big space right from because that is not the future right and all of us who've been trying to to fulfil the ideologies since the right February's meant to just chill the fuck out that's the point so you go out on your cars and those icy roads and car accidents happen right because it's working with a certain amount of ease and grace in that might depend on different placements in the chart but a lot of the cap corn not that I'm an Aquarius I know that queries is much more non attached much much less attached to that I could go into the basic psychology of Capricorn rising and what I see in the psychological pattern of that one of the things I've done it was taken from us we forgot how to live with the Gods we forgot how to live with the seasons we forgotten families in total isolation right we can think about how can we actually spend Christmas with each other how can we change out divide and conquer and there are elements inside of our own psychology that does that right that acts like that we might notice nuts books to be doing that right now as was capricorn through every season but we as a culture right this is the client I work with primarily because this I find has been very difficult for a lot

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Confidence: Stories about finding your voice

"Science story. Well, it was that golden moment because science was on my side. Hey, everybody. Welcome to the story collider where we bring you true personal stories about science as always I'm your host Aaron Barker and this week, we're presenting stories about confidence confidence what's wrong with it. I feel like Demi Levato never got a satisfying answer to that question. We've got two stories today from storytellers found their own way to confidence our first Dory is from janea doodoo is recorded in January twenty nineteen the burdock music hall in Toronto the theme that night was control. So I remember my first bad parent teacher interview. These things always made me super nervous anyway, because you never know what your teacher's going to say about you or expose about you. So I'm there sitting in the hallway reflecting on what kind of students have been for the last little while. And I know that I've been a good student. I get good grades get along with my classmates. I don't really talk too much. But I talk just enough to get participation marks. Everything seems to be okay. And I don't think that this is going to be a problem at all. My teacher calls me into the room. My mom sitting there looking a little concerned all ready know that this is going to be bad. My teacher turns to my mom and says, you know, I just don't understand Eugenia. I can't tell if she's given me attitude or not and sometimes she comes off as really aggressive the greed for me is sitting there like what are you talking about? So she goes on and my mom's pressing her like, so what is she doing that? So strange that so out of character. She such a kind sweet girl, I don't how is she changing in the classroom. Teachers responses are extremely vague. And she kept saying, you know, I just can't pinpoint it, but I just can't handle her attitude, and she makes these facial expressions. They're very, I don't know swat this point. I am making facial expressions. And I'm getting an attitude because I'm like who are you talking about lady? I am doing. So well in your class, and I'm really trying hard, but I leave feeling defeated. Because now I'm questioning who I am as a person I'm questioning what type of person I am thinking through every single interaction that I've had in the classroom role re going through every single incident that's happened in seeing that if I could have possibly done something to make my teacher feel this way after all that's my teacher, and I trust her. So if she says that I kid that doesn't have a good attitude on my kid that doesn't have a good attitude on my really aggressive and angry. So I'm sitting in the bus on the bus with my mom feeling really sad. And she turns to me and says, you know, don't worry. I know that you're a good kid. So I carry on with my life and this subtle. This subtle remark or these subtle remarks kind of followed me throughout lamentably school, and it was super confusing. I was either seen as this brilliant student with so much potential were this student. That's full of attitude. I never knew what to do. Because if I was a certain I was seen as rude or angry. If I was if I was presenting a rebuttal to a student's comment, I was seen as being rude. I didn't know what confidence looked like anymore because I was second guessing every single one of my actions. This is all while. I'm trying to learn do Al and survive in school and be a good kid. So as I'm navigating through these things I also recognize that I have this passion for science, and it's so weird because I didn't feel like I could share this passion with anyone. I was living in a low income community quite far from the school that I attended. I would go to my community. See people like me be around people that have grown up with that didn't really share that passion for science. And then I'd be whisked away to my school. That was quite out of my writing and be one of six black students in the entire school having to navigate my personality while also trying to learn an in this. I was wondering. Can I be a scientist? I'm not really seeing any scientists that look like near have my life experience. And after all, I don't even know if I'm a decent person. So how can I do that? As advocating through these various life lessons in life things. I get to high school and somehow by the time, I got to high school I had been seen as a student that was quite confident fairly assertive and getting very good grades. And all her subjects I get into high school. And I'm in grade ten and I decided to take a course that was only offered at my school introduction to biotechnology. At. This course, we got the opportunity to do hands on experiments and where lab coats, I have to tell you the first time I Don to lab coat. I immediately changed. I don't know what it was. I put on a lab coat. I put on those goggles and suddenly I'm walking around the classroom. Like, yes. What do you have over there? I just felt like this confident scientists and I hadn't even done any real science yet. When I started to do the actual science. My life was completely transformed. I would go to my teacher and be really enthusiastic about the assignments that we had and he would continue to kind of stoke that enthusiasm with more information and more encouragement, I was starting to shed a little bit of the baggage of sort of trying to sort out, a what type of person I was. And if I was too much or too less. I just needed to know what I was doing and be curious and be confident about that. So I was one of our main assignments was finding identifying an unknown bacterial strain. We each got this little vile, and we had to spend the entire last half of the semester trying to put together all of our knowledge to identify. What was in this, vile? I finished my project two weeks before everyone else, and it wasn't because there was anything special about me. I just loved it. I in. Inhaled all of the information. I was there as late as I could be I loved it. So I was passionate mice passion for science and my confidence in science had grown. So I head over to my guidance counselor because I had already chosen my courses for grade eleven and I really didn't think that I was going to pursue science up to this plane. So I run over to my guidance counselor's office really confident that I'm going to make these changes I had done super well in this biotechnology class, and I had done well in science to this point site, go to the guidance counselor. And I was like, okay, I need to take chemistry biology and physics, please. And she looks at me. She's like, no, I think that'll be too hard for you. I'm like. What I'm sorry. I'll I'll say this again, I'd like to take chemistry biology and physics, please. Again. She's like, no this will be too hard for you. It's going to be. It's a really tough course load. I don't know if you know, how hard it is physics is super hard to. I don't think that you want to go through this Mike, but I I've finished by all biotechnology project in in like three weeks, and I'm doing really well. And I don't understand why you don't think that I can do this. Then she says, wait a minute your kisha. Right. Spoiler alert. My name is not kisha. It's eugenia. So I said, no, I'm not and she then proceeds to pull up my marks. Afterwards after kind of back and forth. Feeling really flustered. She just sends me out of office. I go home. I tell my mom about this story. And that's sweet lady that told me don't worry. You're a good kid turned into someone else. Needless to say, I was registered in chemistry biology and physics by the end of it. And as much as I continued to struggle with finding my place figuring out if I put up my hand right now. And I give an answer what kind of confidence should I have in my voice. How will that be seen by the people around me? Maybe I shouldn't put my hand at all. As I've navigated through that. I always remember that confidence that I had putting on that lab coat for the first time, and what that did in terms of me being able to discover something. And I'm so happy that at least for that moment. I was able to take control of my narrative, and I've been having to do that ever since. But I'm so happy that I did. Thank you. That was Eugenia doodoo Eugenia as the Toronto based CEO of visions of science, which is buyer's kids from low income and marginalized communities to pursue careers in stem as a youth born and raised in a low income community. She strives to maintain a strong connection to our local and global community by being a mentor and advocate. She holds a PHD in chemistry from the university of Toronto. Today's episode is supported by. Indeed when it comes to hiring. You don't have time to waste you need help getting to your shortlist of qualified candidates fast. That's why you need indeed dot com post a job in minutes, set up screener questions than zero in on qualified candidates using an intuitive online dashboard. And when you need to hire fast exceleron results with sponsor jobs. New users can try refree at indeed dot com slash podcast. That's indeed dot com slash podcast. Terms, conditions, and quality standards apply. Our next story today is Romy Chagai Eski one of the producers and hosts of story quieter Toronto. Like our previous story. It was also recorded in January twenty nineteen at the burdock in Toronto the fem- that night was control. I'm eight years old, and I'm in a dentist waiting room and I'm pumped seat this. Dentist's waiting room. Is unlike any other dentist waiting room I've ever been in. There is not a single gross Germany wouldn't be metal contraption and site. Instead, there's a play castle. And I'm talking Disney Princess fairy tale Khanna castle. It's the shit. But I'm called into the dentist office. And I'm sat in the chair in this joy that I've been feeling because of this awesome waiting room that they have starts to wane when the dentist tells my mom, and I that I don't know how to swallow properly see up until this point. I've otas doing a perfectly fine job at this task. I mean, it's a basic human function. I'm pretty sure I got this, dude. But according to the dentist, I did not got this see what was happening when I swallowed my tongue would push against my front teeth, and this to the dentist Horwood is giving me an over bite AK chipmunk teeth. So I got outfitted with a really fancy contraption. It was this kind of retainer thing. And in the middle of it was a pink plastic rolling pin like device. So every time I swallowed I'd have to roll this rolling pin back. It wasn't super thrilled that this was in my mouth number one the glue that fused it in their ruined every meal that day. It also made eating sandwiches, really hard. The bread would get stuck in it, which was super gross. But the alternative was spikes. And so if you didn't swallow properly, you would puncture your tongue, and I'm convinced that orthodontist just met evil torture into skies. But eventually I learned how to swallow like a normal. And I figured I was done with this foray into orthodontics until I met Dr dagga. This woman is the Pitta me of perfection. She has that perfect Bob with not a hair out of place. And she's the kind of woman that owns like eighteen versions of the exact same dress. And she tells me when I first meet her that might lower jaw isn't big enough or substantial enough to support my lower teeth. And so if we don't fix this immediately, all my lower teeth are gonna fall out. I still have nightmares about my teeth falling out. I hate her because she just told a like eleven year old kid that her face. What a bitch. And so to fix this problem of my teeth possibly falling out in the future. I need to have Josu dri. But before that can happen. I need to stop growing. Now, the signs of at least a girl finishing her growth period is or at least physical growth period, not mental that continues forever. Is her first period and a bone fusing in your hand? So I think I'm good for another couple years but one day when I'm thirteen I'm sitting on the toilet. And I noticed blood in my underwear, and I go through all of the stages of grief. I there's denial. I think I think this is internal bleeding. That's just somehow become external, and then there's bargaining like, oh, please. Let it be internal bleeding or maybe just cut myself on my leg. I don't know. And then we get anger because I'm done growing. And I didn't even make it past five to what is this. Like was it really too much for my jeans to go for five four just average height. You know, come on. But no. And then comes acceptance. And so I realized I know have to tell the orthodontist that I've become a woman, I'm a thirteen year old kid. I don't wanna tell my mother. I got my period, let alone and orthodontist, but I don't see another way out of this. So there I am sat in a chair telling an orthodontist it's time. I honestly hope the chair had swallowed me whole. But it didn't. But nonetheless, the set in motion a series of events that were completely out of my control. And I was scared because the vein part of me was terrified I was gonna come out ugly, the self conscious part of me was very worried about what my middle school peers were going to say because they make fun of you for wearing the wrong brand of t shirt. Let alone coming back to school with your face rearranged. So I can only imagine the torment that's gonna come when I walked back into school with a new face. But because I'm thirteen I deal with this in the most thirteen year old way possible, and I become according to my family a nightmare hell child. There were moments. There were a lot of moments just listening to simple planet very loud volumes. But there is also even more outrageous acts of defiance like once. I locked myself in the car in the garage all day long. I mean, I did my homework and they're each in there. No matter who told me, you should probably get out of the car. It didn't matter. I mean, my mom tried. My dad tried my brother tribe, even my grandmother at one point tried and this all ended with me being like fine. You don't be in the car run away from home. And if you run away from home in the dead of Canadian winter, you make it exactly one block without a coat, and so that's as far as I made it, and I turned back around, and it really didn't matter how many rebellious accident or how much of an asshole. I was the day came where I was laying on a gurney with one of those stupid paper gowns that doesn't really cover the back of you for some reason waiting to be rolled into a surgery room while my mum wonders out loud, mostly about if I'll actually wake up from the anesthesia, or if the surgeon with who's a very lovely men, but kinda has hands the size of baseball gloves has the dexterity not to Mandal my petite finless face. But before I know. No it being given laughing gas in Asia and then being gently shaken awake by nurse. And my mom telling me, I really need to get up now because the surgery started again or the next surgery is started. And so I put my hands underneath my shoulders, and I push up and I fell right back down onto my new face. I think okay. It's not like waking up from a nap. Let's try one more time up. I go right back down at this point, my mum's whisper screaming at me to let her help me and I'm being defiant, but eventually I sit up and navigate the intricacies of putting on a T shirt stoned. It does not go well, but make it home. And then I spend the next week in recovery, which mostly consists of me lying on a couch watching daytime television drooling because when they did the surgery they cut the nerves in my face. So I couldn't feel anything and during that whole week. I avoided MIR's at all costs. I mean, I even went to the bathroom in the dark to not look at my complexion because I was so terrified at what I would see but the day came where I would have to go back to school release soon. So I figured I might as well figure out what I'm working with. And so I walk up to the mirror. And then I slowly look up, and it's a horsh. There's a huge bandage plastered on my face. That's covered in drool an ice cream stains and blood and because they took my wisdom teeth out. My face is three times larger than it normally is and there's bruising, an immediately burst into tears, and then I realized that crying is not helping the situation or my looks in any way, shape or form. So we'd better cut that out right now, and I start to dread going back to school. And I know there's really no way to go out of it. Because in my household. The only way you get out of going to school as if you're projectile vomiting or you have a fever. So we're going to have to face the music. So my mom drops me off at school. And I'm waiting in line for the teachers to let us in a kid from my class comes up to me. And he says, hey, who are you are you new here and all of the fears had come rushing in. And unlike. No, no media. Like, no, you're not. Yes. Like him. Because I am. I am me. I just have a slightly different face. In apart from this one kid, everything else is okay. I mean, my friends don't relentlessly mock me, they think look at bit weird, but overall like myself, and eventually the bruising goes away and the swelling comes down and my new face becomes my face. And I become okay with my face. In fact, I like this face better. Because at least this face won't let my lower t- fallout. Thank you. That was Michigan Eski Michel is a freelance journalist a producer and co host of the story quieter Toronto and a lecture at Seneca college. Her work has been featured on vice BBC, see TV news and more. She also writes a real estate column for blog te'o and watches more DIY home renovation videos, and anyone who doesn't own a home to renovate should when she's not writing in her pajamas. She can be found traveling the world playing with her cat named Satan or building furniture. And yes, her cat is actually named Satan story glider is grateful for the support of Tiffany. And co foundation in of science sandbox assignments foundation initiative dedicated to engaging everyone with the process of science. The story quieter is led by me district director Aaron Barker is well as executive director, Liz Neely withheld from deputy director Nisa Greenberg operations support manager Lindsay Cooper and the rest of our amazing team stories featured in today's podcast from his show produced by Jesse Hildebrand in Michigan esky, the podcast is produced. By senior podcast editors Sandra with help from Gwynne HOGAN, the theme music is by ghost. Special thanks to the burdock for hosting these shows and to Demi Levato for posing the most important questions. Always thanks for listening. Tuck -nology truth brought to you by Geico. Truth. You think you can solve any problem by tuning computer, all fend on hey, man, something through laptop now just need to turn it off. And on problem. It smoking. Yeah. That's means to reboot truth. 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The WHAT, WHY & HOW of Social Distancing!

Plan B Success

09:09 min | 4 months ago

The WHAT, WHY & HOW of Social Distancing!

"Hey greetings everyone. Welcome back to another episode of Plan B's success today. I'd like to spend some time discussing the current pandemic that we are in. And what social distancing means to us and what it supposed to achieve and will that really take us to the end of this outbreak as we know it. It's pretty astonishing to see how the entire world has come to a grinding halt. You'd one virus virus that we are not in control Lafayette. And that's where social distancing has come into play in order to use it as a short-term tactic to avoid the spread of the virus and to flatten the coup so to speak Lennon with his new wireless. No one is immune and highly transferable wireless like the current CORONA WIRES. That we have a one. That's behind the current and make him spread pretty quickly population. That's never seen it or that's never experienced it and that's what we're seeing today. So how do you control pandemic? How do you control a wireless that we just came to know about this? Basically a couple of different factors in doing that but before we get there we need to understand the science behind it. In the case of this political virus you need to understand what's the threshold of its productive number meaning to understand what is the threshold of its infection. Which is represented basically by production number called the are not in the case of Corona virus that particular number is between two and three which basically means that anyone with symptoms of the virus. Anyone who's been tested positive for the virus can infect about Putin three people on an average and from there on multiplies foot. So how do we contain it? How do we make sure that it's not as lethal as it seems to be right now? Well there's a couple of different ways to do it one. We all know that vaccine would be great in order to make sure that once someone has symptoms if they have the antibodies produced in their body their body can fight the virus and vinyl. That's what vaccination does but that seems to be months away before we can get to it and there are Pharma companies and governments which are acting pretty rapidly in terms of figuring that out but it will take time that it's needed but in order for the entire population will be able to tackle at wires like this one about Kuta of the population would need to be infected to control it. So what does that mean? Well that's what's called herd immunity and what herd immunity means. Is that if there's a big enough group of people who've had the wireless and who have developed immunity against it then when the wire starts going after new hosts and every time it bumps into somebody who has the immunity against it it becomes weaker and weaker and a repeat of time. It's totally non little anymore. It's weaker and as a result it cannot infect people with the same capacity that it was doing prior. So how'd you yet to hold immunity so for the kind of population that we have worldwide? This means that anywhere between two point. Five billion to five billion people need to be infected in order to maintain that her immunity. That's what we've seen a lot of these other viruses indices us out there one way to do it. As we said would be fined that vaccine. But that's GonNa take time the other way to do it would be to allow the virus who go around freely infecting people which just cannot be done because that means that we're GONNA pay heavily for it in terms of lives. Millions of lives would be lost. And that's where flattening the code comes to what the governments around the world are trying to do by asking people to maintain social distances by social distancing social stenciling is basically a term which according to the CDC means maintaining distance of about six feet from each other. Why six feet. Because that's the amount of distance it takes when somebody sneezes or cuffs for the droplets to come out and for the other person to absorb it so if anybody is less than six feed. There's a chance that the droplets might fall on them or they might just be able to read them in but if they're about six feet or more than that doesn't happen at the same time it's also important to understand that we all have a personal space breathing space around us so when we are normally breathing apparently we can breathe three feet or more out as well so by maintaining about six feet of distance between two people the insure or we take the safety precaution that any kind of contamination or transmission doesn't Tucker and then you look at how much is six feet if you have a bed and you start on both ends That's about six feet. If you have a sofa you stand on both ends of it. That's about six feet so you can measure it that way. In order to understand what six weeks really means. And how to maintain that distance or social distancing is one wheel minimizing potential danger that we have and by ensuring that we stay at our homes by insuring. We maintain social distance when we talk to people or interact with them. We make it a point that anyone who's infected is not able to infect others and that eventually they'll start flattening the cocoa and the number of infections as well as the number of bits would start going down but then the question comes up. How long do we have to do? This will ideally until we have a vaccine but economically and societally becomes difficult. Continue to do that over a period of twelve to eighteen months so whether we are in our homes are not at a later point in time we need to continue to practice. Social distancing inaudible ensure that the number of cases are low. But how can we make sure that when we are out of floor homes and when we are probably or probably not effectively practicing social distancing that we still contain the wireless? Well the only way to do that would be to increase the number of tests that can be done frequently. Keep testing people with symptoms so that we recognize who's infected and then we have to do everything possible in order to contain that person make sure that we quarantine that person find out about their dealings. Interactions with different people over the period of time. And then we contain or quarantine. Those people as well target quarantining is what's going to be useful in order to contain the spread of the virus from time to time Norway to make sure this happens that has to be a rigorous in rapid contact crossing after positive case has been identified. And how that will be done. Is something that we all need to figure out as we move forward but we got to get to the point where this herd immunity so that the metality of the wire schools. Don't at the same time. We also got to get to a point where we have a vaccine in place. In order to tackle the wireless that's when the entire world will be safe from it. Meanwhile stay safe practice social distancing not just for your own health but for your communities held because this is one time where your health is tied with the community held in the communities. Health is tied back to your health. We're all in this together. We're all fighting one single war for our own health. As one world against the wireless stay safe. Stay home practice social distancing. Hey I hope you like that episode. Blue checkout my website RAJIV MODEM DOT COM and by the way do Checkout Bob. Podcast mastery program. That's out there on the website. And if you're interested in podcasting if you're interested in creating a brand image for who you are and what you have to offer definitely check that course out. I'm sure going to provide you immense value. And it'll cut short Eugenia researching podcasts by the weeks into a couple of hours to get started and moving. Thank you very much.

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The Magic of Morning Routines!

Plan B Success

06:01 min | 5 months ago

The Magic of Morning Routines!

"Hey greedy seventy women. Welcome back under the Soda. Plan these success when he asked to be productive in our different schools of park. Have different things. Say some argue. That forty to sixty hour workweeks are a must need to work. Hard in order to get ahead others argue. That really need to be working eight hours a day to be productive every day. Probably for so. There's the mid around each day. Which was the four day? There's also the mid are working. Hard was as working smart putting more into your day or supporting in less hours. So this argument about quality versus quantity all the time and different people have to say for things about what works. And what doesn't let's leave it to say that it's personal different vehicle. S to work for them versus NACH naked engage in whatever will then whether it's the Warner theater quality. All hours forbidden interwoven. In order to be the most happy but for sure a morning routine is really really useful no matter which can solid having among routine having the discipline to follow of set wanting looking helps you in many many ways and it will inundated by inflammation. That's always charging us and that get all of Elmer's very easily one of the things that I do and I agree of us to do is never start your morning by looking at your phone. In show you get a good set of minimal seven. Dadar sleep followed by getting into your morning rituals. That are listening to some so soothing. Music or meditating are practicing general writing down the loss were you do are for some people. It's the mowing time then. They are the freshest and the most attentive as they can easily put in awesome work right there in the morning that they're writing something whether they're putting together some inflammation for future research. Whatever they are doing in terms of ensuring this concentrated. Hyperactive effluent that comes out of this. I two hours. So that's the time that you need to send her really attention seeking look at. You would want to do because the morning us more or less for a lot of people are really really productive and build pecchia foreign dilip east an hour or so after your walk and follow the same morning routine in terms of repeating again and again have seen it myself have seen from other swear they have pumped about her results. Oriented is how they can get the most from their morning hours and then following up with the rest of your name but there weren't to go and it some woke up time whether you want to go and get some lunch whether you want to go and attend meetings that needs to follow your interest of the day but typically seeking your morning. I can make or break. You dare when you're really really focused. Dare you program your mind for the rest of the day in terms of work you can do in a cheese your interest of the day if you start your morning by. Let's see what you your phone going to the news or trying to answer emails. You're already getting Before your has even begun haven't even planned for Yoga and you're kind of your day which is not a great place to be unique to understand that while at sleep. Your subconscious mind has been loosely wandering around whether you're dreaming or they are not greening buckets making some connections in your head. Themselves work has happened previously or kings that lead to do for the next day. So as you get out the first thing that you do is that is your energy levels dude things in a disciplined fashion that you will do everyday routines to calm yourself up to prepare your mind and body for the rest of the day to reflect on the goals of the day then. Getting earnings Haskell how you'll achieve these goals so different people have different kinds of scant use different kinds of imperatives that they need to take care of Finance Sandra. But it's important that the European that you establish in the morning helps you prepare for the rest of the day focus. You keeps you calm collected and productive and then lets you be charged with your name as you take it forward to conquer the day the wheat absolutely the Ear. And your life as you move forward. Hey I hope you like that episode. Bucci out my website Rajiv Modem Dot Com and by the way checkout Bob. Podcast mastery program. That's out there on the website. And if you're interested in podcasting if you're interested in creating a brand image for who you are and what you have to offer definitely check that course out. I'm sure it's going to provide you immense value and it will cut short Eugenia researching podcasts by the weeks into a couple of hours to get started and moving. Thank you very much.

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#10 - Cosmic Conversation with Astrologer + Healer, Ash Whyte

Bridging Realities: An Accessible Astrology Podcast

1:17:00 hr | 1 year ago

#10 - Cosmic Conversation with Astrologer + Healer, Ash Whyte

"<music> <music> <music> welcome mm-hmm to accessible astrology. I am your host psychotherapist and astrologer eugenia crock in this podcast allow astrology to become accessible to take astrology out only the head and places softly into our hearts astrology asia's nature as the sun rises so do we it is dark and cold outside we hibernate and in the middle of the night with the boone full above love we how dangerous understood that the earth and that we as individuals are part of a great ecosystem of outer and inner egner space both reflecting one another however when we truly understand astrology we can use it and many harmful ways with this knowledge we have the power to hurt others and mostly ourselves here we the learning ethics of being an integral astrologer we will learn how to use this information to benefit and he'll from not to limit the fear of wallace. Strategy gives us the keys to the universe. Our life is ultimately ours. We determine the fate of our destiny. We need by choosing love by choosing gratitude choosing honesty by choosing faith. No matter the challenges or the rewards boards the perspective of our lives as ours alone the ancients who developed astrology looked above to guide their worlds worlds and their earthly creations in this odd cast guide your eyes off of your chart into the heavens above and then <music> deep into your own knowing to explore your chart with me and to join the community visit accessible astrology dot com mm-hmm. Let's learn astrology lights converse the always let's remember to breathe mm-hmm very hot day here today in denver colorado so i'm sitting in this hot sweaty what he box with my good friend and colleague to talk about astrology. Because what else do you do when there's like a hundred degrees he's outside one hundred degrees and five planets and leo or something agree graham yourself into a bunch of another schaller's or make it hotter the turn the heat. That's a a funny way to start the podcast yeah and that's kind of what today is going to be. It's going to be a conversation between myself and my very good mate and colleague aide ash white. Hello yet the podcast accessible serology thank you. It's an honor to be here. My goodness near cool little studio. Oh cool hot bags and sexy in here and this'll be the hush tag hot. We're not gonna know what it's going to be. You know <hes> anyway <hes> <hes> yeah but it's going to be a hot episode because it's yes. It's hot outside ashes hot. You're hot and we got a lot of hot southern air so before we talk about whatever it is. We're gonna talk about today ashwin and she introduce yourself to the audience ends okay. I'd love to <hes>. I guess first off i i'm i've been into astrology of been using it as a tool in my life since i was thirteen years old <hes> and eugenia here is the first one to have helped me out of my <hes> my eighth house closet totally <hes> i have a i'm an aries sun with my son can drink venus and mercury and and then a virgo rising and i have a tourist moon and <hes> so that has has helped me to be a bit more reserved and i did an internship or <hes> or at apprenticeship more less with eugenia and my husband keenan has also an astrologer and she you help us you hold me specifically to like really feel like i actually know about all of this stuff and i can start sharing it with the world so now i do it professionally and it's been a really beautiful wonderful full gift to have just gotten that little push the nest so it's an honor to get to now be here in broadcasting voice to all your beautiful listeners yeah yeah and we met this through this over eight snp voice data races mercury ruled char's yeah so we were at <hes> john de martini. If you've listened to eugenia for a long time you probably she's probably mentioned it before you've heard of him and <hes> my husband's really into de martini where he does has perceptual balancing work. He's gone through the training so we're at one of his talks that was here in denver and at the very end of the talk <hes> it's time for questions and i hear this woman's voice asking these questions. I can't even remember what question you ask because i was just so distracted by like how do i know this voice and i and i kind of got a little star struck because when i realized i was like oh my god i listened to her podcast is when it was when danny was on the podcast i in for me a you are so inspiring hiring because i previously to. I hadn't heard a lot of women's voices and astrology raid. I'd been self studied since i was thirteen reading every single book that i could possibly get my hands ends on from the age of lake thirteen to twenty three or something like that and <hes> some of those voices where women but but there was. I've never heard in my eardrums eardrums female astrologist voice. There's been a lot of it's been a little bit more. <hes> male dominated in previous years and so i got to go up to you you at the end of that and i wasn't going to my husband was like tonko. Go say hi goes like no agai- like this is super weird but i listen to you uh-huh and it was just awkward to be like <hes> i know you through your voice and you're so sweet and so grounded and so personal and from that place on i was just like okay. I need to have this human in my life. If anything just talk astrology with oh totally yeah it's been such a guy here right. That's so funny right and i had seen your photo on on facebook before we met and he was like damn girl is really pretty face. It was like be friends with our friends. He's pushing like and then i after we met. I was like oh and i went. I went. I was like is this is. This is a wonderful gosh. I love it. I'm ritual world brought us together right and we've been we realized we'd been at like similar events pass and just missed each other and astrology events like totally crazy really beautiful kissing yeah yeah and it's funny because i again like i said i had been. I'd grown up in a small town. Iowa <hes> raised catholic but my mother has this really cool hippy dippy side to her and so she had an astrology book around when my parents were getting divorced in astrology really to me was like doc such a huge <hes> revelation because it explained to me the chaotic of my life at that point in time. I'm pretty sure uranus was on my saturn and it made a lot of sense hence the structure of my life was just getting like shellshocked anyway <hes> fast forward the whole the whole piece of it was that i had never had anybody to actually talk to about it. You know i talked to keenum my husband about it but he was still in the learning phase when we've talked so a lot of it was like us i would be more lake in teaching mode a bit <hes> now. He's totally proficient like one hundred percent but <hes> when i got to meet you it was like i had someone to speak my language and i think you were probably the first person or you're the first person that could fluently speak it. This is the language right hundred percent. Oh yeah i think if any of you are out there and you're looking at and not able to have that it's very isolating can be situation and you feel like you know oh so you're like oh. I see all these things. I have no one to talk to about. That's really funny. I've talked about this on multiple. Podcasts could toy sound okay <hes> but i i've talked about this. The multiple podcast one of them was on the astrology podcast whip tareq and i i want chris and lisa and i talked about it on that one but i remember 'cause i've been studying a ten years and the first i seven of it. Were in complete isolation. Even though i was doing it professionally or whatever <hes> but all the partners i had that was really challenging right because we'd get in a a fight with a full moon is hitting this part of your chart and they're like. I don't know what the fuck you're talking about. I'm like totally i can't. I just share it like why can't we share those. I left my previously previous relationship yeah to the one that i'm now in because of the fact that he wouldn't go there with me yeah i i liked he liked refused to even like it was like he was <hes> it which i think it's totally fine to be like agnostic and not and say you don't know but to not even be be able to have a conversation and it was like i came to a place where i was like i really i really love you in my life but i see this is like you're doing a huge part of who i am and so after that whenever read gandhi you pull the first question i'd ask them like how do you feel about strategy. Oh interesting yeah because i think this is what i'm doing with my life right. It's my soul love it but this has given me so much direction. It's given me so much direction. You know that like masculine side of the world is like like needing direction. Astrology has been for me. It's given me that space and so i would <hes> <hes> actually i've even flake walked out on a date basically he likes narped about it and laughed about it and i was like so there's no and i tried to talk him out and he'd like anyone so i literally was like okay. Thanks for your only at drinks and i was like thank you so much. I stood up. I shook his hand. I was like thank you so much. I'll go get drinks have a great night. I just you really though i totally yeah so i mean to be fair. I was looking for men who were astrologers college. Irs let us how it turned into me for me. 'cause i got to be part of the community and i would of course if if i saw a man's face in some astrology community i clicked just to see somebody because if you are this group with me i want to. I like that. That'd be nice to be in relationship yup and that's essentially i met my partner. Tar can hear your like he's cute. He's on it's fun to get to have if someone who can like have a conversation with even last night we had <hes> my husband my head date night and we're sitting there looking at our progress charts and he's like you know and it's really beautiful even if you know astrology really well i still love getting readings like i tell people all the time like get readings as much as possible from as many people as you can. 'cause you always get something from it. You know so he's literally giving me a reading over dinner. That's what we get totally well. That's it's interesting because like you said of course he originally came to me as an apprentice but the beautiful thing about being a teacher is is that you become a student like <hes> yeah. That's why i love teaching because you it puts you back in the role of the student because you start to learn so much from your students and then vice versa and you of of course <hes> the minute i met years like holy shit like girl moser astrology which again is not. That's not normal. It's just not normal that you meet eight people in the world that <hes> are fluent versed right exactly and so you've taught me a shit ton about my chart like i never realized i had a grand earth train nine holy shit so we're gonna happen. So is that the stage we're sitting. This is not that long ago. It's been months ago and tara had come to visit the u._s. And i we were so excited because we can and i was excited to get to meet him. 'cause we talked to him on virtually but we actually had the human talk. Talk down so we're sitting at your beautiful <hes> home and yeah. I don't even remember what we were talking about but i said that in you literally looked at me and you like what yeah i've never seen that really really important well. That's what i was explaining that was explaining to target your safety. The enjoyment of knowing what's going to come next contact montana contact safety and all of that how that's so fun which is exactly what target says all the time now right. He's like okay. Let me put it into context tax for you might think oh he learned lesson totally did either highly need context if i don't see it kind of written out yeah if i don't see this step by step. It's just loose yeah air to me because my air trying so again you can. I've had actually a lot of clients recently. I don't know if this happens for you but i should just make a quick note that ash was my friends and those very quickly i recognize you should it become my colleague and that's what has built the the friendship to where it is now and and the the colleague nature of where we can kind of swap stories and and learn from each other in our practices and because that was what four years ago three years ago it was a minute ago connecticut mary i was before you weren't married. I was like the summer twenty sixteen or something like that and so i know i've been in full-time practice right right yeah <hes> anyway just just to date us chris. I like tom so weird anyway and <hes> and <hes> <hes> see this is my airtime. We love it. The context was honestly don't remember i think it was. I was going to say something thing to the extent of <hes> moving from oh i remember so i found a lot of clients recently coming to to to see me <hes> a who have been in self-diagnosis for in some cases years alert xiaojie chart and there's you. You can't ashley's don't do that. I don't do that. I don't do it either. I don't even attempt it and i've talked about this also increases podcast. If no one's listening to the episode it's good it's talking about the dating versus not dating and strategy and just i talked a lot about how i use astrology you know kristen his partner use it like to make virtually every single decision in their lives and i i try to avoid it as much as humanly possible opposite approaches app absolutely opposite and i don't like to look at my family shirts in a lot of ways he's. I don't even look at target starts. We will talk about our shirts together like you spoke about but <hes> i try to and that this is partly what we're going to talk about today. Yeah one of the things that i've learned time and time and time again with the strategy is if i interpret my own chart in indeed and more so if i interpret the a transit's coming into the progressions coming or if you go as deep into the whole of zodiacal releasing there's a lot of different tools we can go into interpreting the the future of our chart if you are prone if we are prone towards a certain mental neuroses <hes> which if we have found ourselves to astrology. There's a chance we are yeah. It's a little you know yeah right. There's a there's a lot of so if we if we if we go into these things we can create neuroses and what i started to see within myself as i've done that recently <hes> when when we lose control in our lives the human brain is going to do everything it can to control environment that is the response to trauma so trauma comes into to our life. It's shocked something in our brain. It takes us out of control so we will diligently work to control so a lot of things <hes> in in our chil- childhood if we grew up in a very chaotic home we go into hyper control because we couldn't control the home environment taller had no place or no voice there and so when we go into astrology from that neuroses weekend 'cause ourselves like incredible damage and <hes> you know that it's kind of like everything i've been thinking about and talking about when it comes to astrology and so when you're diagnosing yourself you're coming from your personal belief system. That's that's been curated yeah yeah so one of the things i've been studying under <hes> some indigenous elders lately and one of the things that i've learned from from from their teachings is that we we live in a culture that that has been conditioned unconsciously or not not meaning conditioned to paranoia not pro nausea and so when we read our charts and we're in a place where we let let me let fear get the best of us or you know. We see something coming and we we've learned to take the low hybrid 'love' astrology like if you're in a hard if you're in a hard space with like what's going to happen next or why did this. X y and z happen to me. You're probably coming from a more low vibrational space so you can look at the low vibrational qualities qualities of your hones- for example or you can look at the lower vibrational properties of what it means when saturn heads your. I don't know north node versus is going to an astrologer are going to somebody else who can actually have a third party or annotation rate and people to sit on the outside and help be like yeah okay you could take it in that way. I i can see how that could be the the explanation of what's coming or you know and give you the pro noise story. Give the opposite side of it. How can you use your will to shape shape this in a higher vibrational path and i think that that's really hard to do when you're doing it especially prone towards this culture culture yeah. That's kind of the point is like oh it's kind of in our and so and so that being said i have to say that even though i've been learning astrology thirteen i have sought out astrologers to get readings from since i was thirteen years. The guy have been having other people helped me with my chart so i don't slip into any storyline. That's not for my hypothesis good. Oh yeah and you'll get one aspect suspect in your chart. That's going to be interpreted as many different ways by as many different astrologers as you meet right. That's what you can get as many readings and still be progressing on your journey and i think to a lot of what any any counseling situation so one on one situation i wouldn't call it counseling but any seven house stuff so when you are you and there is another consciously relating with another human yeah i think there's always also going in to be the <hes> phenomenon of <hes> mirror neurons totally and so that's how we now realize psychic abilities. These are possible and i used to. I used to test this theory in my journeys of trying to figure out the light the life life. I'd go to psychic fares as i didn't do this often times. Love your experimental querying featuring such a scientist great. I just think everything's very experiment like i think life. It's a really weird experiment kosher always and somethings working something stone mountain but yes i go to these psychic fares and i would i i just went to see and then i started realizing that what they were saying is what i was wanting to hear so i would go and prep my brain before i walked walked into these places with what i wanted them to tell me so <hes>. I'm gonna meet like the most perfect man ever right. I'm stuck on that point right now. Let's let's go find out and that's exactly what they would tell me and then yet inside to recognize. They're just able to breed what i'm thinking and feeling and then the technology came out to prove mariner owns are a real thing so if you go to get a reading with an astrologer they're going to pick up their interpretation tation but part of that interpretation is just a reflection of what you're feeling right right and that's just like in relationships in general they're just big ask mirrors which is really what important because if you're wanting to shape your life if you're wanting to consciously create it it actually is really helpful to have someone one sit there and and and not only express to you what the cosmic <hes> you know alchemy for for lack of better word is is creating for you in your life and the exact same time it's going to help you get on the receptive end of somebody who can see things that you might have havis blind spots like the grant earth train that was a blind spot for whatever reason it doesn't matter but like now it's never again going to be a blind spot again and and you've probably got a ton of readings right and gone like it's just yeah and i think that's what's interesting. Too is like i don't i don't know for lack of a better word divine timing ming yeah absolutely like we're ready to hear it when we're ready to here yeah right and it's totally and the the the person reading the chart will do that and and i'm glad you mentioned cosmic alchemy alchemy because we skip right past that but that's where you can find ash oh right instagram the internet can find me on the interwebs guys. I'm on <hes>. I am cosmic alchemy dot c._o. Dot co and <hes> that's my instagram handle as well yeah yeah so you can fall all ask their <hes>. I'm calling because i use that word a lot and that's why are used that description a lot and that's actually why i decided to need my business sex. I was like well. I say this all the time yeah. That's how i got accessible right successful business uh-huh mercury both of us <hes> so yeah so no. I think that <hes> ah yeah it's astrology. I just think there's there's moments silence with it that if we are just again. I've been talking about this a lot but if you're in a whole list of stuff a good way to be pulled out is to astrologer actually right. I also believe that you know in this in this current time period we have so much <hes> knowledge just accessible to us us right because when i i mean i'm thirty when i was thirteen. There's computers but it wasn't like it wasn't as easy access as it is now now all the information so when i was reading about it i was reading about it in books right or i would go and find a strategy to help them to have them. Help me understand what what i need to know. Now you know where today it's like you can google anything right and that can be a really that's really powerful in some respects and then also it's very isolating and others and so if you're sitting and staring chart and going deeper and deeper into it but you don't see your blind spots and you're you're diving into it that that can be scarier place so i think that depending on you know your stories that you're telling because you can tell different stories but i think that that's why it's so important to be able to have <hes> facilitation through a guidance through it. You know it's not that you don't know amazing things not that. You can't do it yourself but every time i've had you look at my chart or any time i've had cumulus <unk>. I hear things that i'm not telling myself because i'm not telling telling the same story about me and it's a virgo thing but i also think it's a human thing to be really hard on yourself right like i will be the first one to admit that i've been the hardest i myself well and and for example you have <hes> your mid heaven gemini and what else do you have up there jupiter and mars so tauch this to me. I don't understand that i was like yet and so we were at a social gathering with a a lot of people and i think at one point i'm like okay. Look at you and again everyone else. You're connecting with the literally everybody you've touched. Everybody just a little yeah like the you are the mercury character this socially. I'm seeing you group as the person talking to everybody in connecting with with everybody in our ten thousands what people are going to generally see right <hes> but how could you. This is actually a really interesting point. I've been very deep in in contemplation around the top half of our chart versus the bottom half because i see your top roy and i and i i don't see my top half nearly as well achieved. Ill and nobody really gets bottom half right. See we told you we're going to get hot in here. Let's shanghai boggs. The mercury aries mercury rule the oh this shit yeah no but our bottom have rights right was a great analogy though it is. It's like they are head. Totally not looking up gucci's yeah right yeah so right so i think i've been thinking about that a lot lately because we've talked about this before i said to you recently like why does everybody talks to me like a kid like it's something i started to get really over. The last maybe five years i've started to realize people. Give me advice when i'm not asking them to all the fucking time like literally utterly everywhere i go in and somehow so i walk in the world inside of myself in one way and <hes> then the world responds to me in the this other way because it's the top half and so people naturally assume i need help and guidance all the time. I'm gemini rising so they're like you know. She's really confident wonderful if a woman but she needs some help she sloppy right well. They can't help it like answer questions right an and i might even be asking bush don't even realize masking gemini right in so underneath. I've got virgo in my fourth and so i'm actually very <hes> aware very aware and also very jerry. I'm not as disorganized. I might appear totally <hes> and 'cause pisces season mid heaven and so i started to recognize in fact something happened. The other day in this kind of counters way just said but a lot of people think i'm very very confident. I have a son in the ninth house raymond heaven so everyone just assumes i have insane amounts of confidence and i was in a thunderstorm with these friends of mine the other day of horrible. I don't know if you live. I don't know if you are hereby ran through like you don't like the terms oh no god oh my god and this was not just the thunder so i heard <hes> this was. It was like one minute long thunder yet but it was like in denver. It was someone like got wiped out from it or something. It was that bad. It was one of the most terrifying experiences of my life. I'm not joking. I'm i'm being dramatic. Talks us talk literally immediately he said i really something we've been together. We've known each other three years. He says you tend to exaggerate things. I just started laughing like yeah. He's like i didn't realize though right only scariness scary thing in my life. Oh yeah makes life just so much fun but it was a very scary storm for me and like literally this tree right next so it's got circuit anyway and i was with this group and i've been friends with them for quick. Almost i guess almost ten years and i've watched the little baby from a little baby to like a boy now and he was they were all just staring at me in shock. I was in the corner. I was just like freaking out. I was shaking. I was like covering in my ears towards me. I you know and they just they were very they had to reconfigure their whole orientation of me <hes> toyota that they've ever had odd because they're like wow you jimmy has been humbled is a human right totally totally well but and so hello one like the questioning <hes> or a gemini writing is very real like my brother is rising as well and it's amazing like there is this it's like a piece people just want to give him advice and he doesn't feel like he actually needs it four thousand or go seven house his internal world sagittarius. I i actually like a he knows what he wants. He's actually aware of what he wants and then and then both of you have this really amazing capacity to just like magically conjure hundred things up which i think is such a tenth house pisces thing right so even though all of that is true that ninth house on your consciousness is gonna shine stronger than any of that right so these people see you as house sun shining superstrong and all of a sudden your entire turkana got revealed. They're like full vulnerability unfold chart review boulevard ability and that's the thing and that's the only people who even have a a close access to our bottom half our partners and our family family members but to be honest. I don't think even we fully access our bottom half until like i haven't really figured out virgo. Oh and we'll get to understand that more and more all the time <hes> oh yeah right if i if there's a bread crumb on my kitchen counter i get now why i that my whole chart falls apart right totally yeah so interesting so people have their interpretation of us from like the general public house that interpretation asian from they see that top half and then but this like contributes to this complex ya thing within our cell needing other people to help us a mirror exactly right well and i i i think this all the time because you know people will come in and and and if the sun is in their fourth house versus that's a very different personalities and even their consciousness and how they see themselves is going to orient towards a different reality one hundred percent and so i think that even when you're looking right between this when you're in your own reality in that space right like if i don't but if i did have my how my my son in the fourth house that would be i would orient towards towards a totally different reality than if i was born with my son on the tenth and so i'm trying to read my own chart from my own reality. I can't really see it as well. I need someone else to be able to help me understand the things that i'm just living. It's just my reality right. It's very interesting yeah in shining the light and the other houses like that is that's exactly what it is and you have like the late night. Babies and davies totally different totally different humans just ah holy shit. You're both debut. It's interesting one of the buildings i ask and is relationship as both partners with people who have identified chart yeah so you're both virgo rising targeted with gemini raising and then kim and i are both areas son house yeah. It's very interesting relationship. Yeah it's beautiful but yeah it's really interesting and we do have a good amount of difference in our charts enough enough to like make us obviously very different approached people and yet the same time like we move through things in a similar fashion right 'cause like when you're innocent tourists. It's not moving into his house and is hi something both of us so we're both going through. It's very it's very interesting. It's a big fat mirror all day long. It's really it's really intense. It really is like. I believe that you know <hes>. This is my own personal theory so i read this anywhere. It's just mind my feeling is is that when and when pluto officially moves into aquarius will be officially entered the age of aquarius okay cool yeah and so my feeling though is that with astrology right now it's it's interesting the growing and shuffling that astrologer doing it so i think a lot of people are taking their own astrology knowledge into their own hands that their yard they're learning their own charts and i think that's a really powerful thing to be able to have this language as a part of our cultural structure and i think that after you get a good grasp on on it yourself that is the time to like then free yourself from having to be the only one to figure it out and go reach out to others so they can help you interpret it right. Can i the i'm gonna take a little bit off topic with what you just said because i i feel very inspired to ask you this much to have a dialogue about it. What do you think about people deciding to choose this as a profession alad. It's such an interesting question. I feel like with any profession. <hes> ch- which we have everyone needs. I think that everybody has to make a very personal very authentic decision of why they're choosing this specific <hes> <hes> track as a as a profession right <hes>. I don't actually think it's for everyone. I think it's a very i think you know for whatever reason it's very glamorous. Chris appeal to it. I think because pop astrology has made it so sexy which is is fine. It's beautiful. It's what it is <hes> but i think there's a there's a ah interesting sex appeal to having as a profession but i think that <hes> what i do every single day i take very seriously i work with people's psyches every single day. Yeah i have not stopped going to trainings since it least like the next six or seven years because i want to make sure that i'm offering the most grounded open approach that i possibly can and i feel like in this is true in all professions. Sometimes people go into it for the glamour or for because they feel like they they want to have the power of the able to tell somebody else what they know. You know there's i know more than you and so. Let me tell you about it place and i and i am not <hes> <hes> i don't i don't. I think that there's a there's there can be slight narcissistic <hes> approach to why someone wants to to tell people what they know and i don't and i don't think i i can't be the judgment of who that is and how that is and i don't know but i think for me it's been it's been a part of my life to such an extent that i i. It's it's almost like i haven't had really a choice. It's like my authentic. Truth is to follow through with this but it's hard and it's an every single day i'm. I'm aware that i'm like helping people shape their reality which is a very like gosh. I feel like that's a huge responsibility and your responsibility. I'm not doing it because you you know sexy. I'm doing it because i dearly feel authentically connected to the cosmos and i also feel very connected to helping people live their best highest racial. All lives and i think i've gone to strategist that. I've told me like horrible things i had. Someone told me that because i have the areas in the eighth house. I should never even think about having a family like you. Don't tell someone that they like that screws with my brain you know and it still to this day. Sometimes we'll come back. We'll maybe i shouldn't ever think about having kids and what you know what i mean correzian. I don't think he was coming from a open place. I think you know this person had like four or five kids themselves and they maybe we're coming from <hes>. Maybe it was a projection that time of like my life's hard right now you shouldn't do this is never read. Anybody like that would never say that well. It's interesting because <hes> i have had actually recently more more clients than i can count. Who've come to me saying they want to do this for profession and i've had to give them a kind of i've read about what it is to be a professional astrologer because i think there is like you said of romanticism around it and <hes> you know first off lake. I'll say to someone. Do you know how to run a business. I if your job and become an astrologer the astrology is is the easy part to run a business. I don't know if the strategy that the extra the seeing the astrology is the and like being able to relate in a place that's.

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#9 - Leo - August 2019 Astrology

Bridging Realities: An Accessible Astrology Podcast

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#9 - Leo - August 2019 Astrology

"<music> <music> <music> welcome mm-hmm to accessible astrology. I am your host psychotherapist and Astrologer Eugenia crack in this podcast allow astrology to become accessible to take astrology out of only the head and places softly into our hearts astrology jeez nature as the sun rises so do we it is dark and cold outside we hibernate and in the middle of the night with the bone full above love we how dangerous understood that the earth and that we as individuals are part of a great ecosystem of outer and inner inner space both reflecting one another however when we truly understand astrology we can use it and many harmful ways with this knowledge we have the power to hurt others and mostly ourselves here we to learn the ethics of being an integral astrologer we will learn how to use this information to benefit and he'll from not to live in the fear of Wallace. Strategy gives us the keys to the universe. Our life is ultimately ours. We determine the fate of our destiny nice to need by choosing love right choosing gratitude choosing honesty by choosing faith. No matter the challenges or the rewards boards the perspective of our lives as ours alone the ancients who developed astrology looked above to guide their worlds worlds and their earthly creations in this podcast at guide your eyes off of your chart into the heavens above and then in deep into your own knowing to explore your chart with me and to join the community visit accessible astrology dot com mm-hmm. Let's learn astrology lights converse the always. Let's remember to breathe. ooh Wow Chai will he made it. Ah Welcome back to the PODCAST accessible astrology. This is your host Eugenia Crock so pleased to be back in the studio after what for me felt like a pretty <hes> complicated month. July eclipse season and I have made it back here in the studio and really eager to <hes> get this episode out before the first Thursday of August because there's just so much happening this month and I really want to go through it a little bit and give some tools of how to work with the the energy of August two thousand nineteen because it's such a interesting month ahead and I want to do a little bit of a review review just check in with everyone see how you are feeling after the eclipse season of July two thousand and nineteen so here I am I'm back. I've actually been for quite a few times. They have quite a few episodes in the backlog that I will be releasing this month but I know for myself. July had to be time to just step back and let reflection take place and let process take place and review not not only did we have eclipse season in July two thousand eighteen and cancer and capricorn which I want to talk a little bit about but we also had mercury retrograde and cancer and so a lot of the energy that was taking place this month or this past month was really about. I think more subtle nuanced changes that might have affected us at a pretty core level or core place however it's a lot more slow and methodical than where we're going this month for sure and so I talked about the month before before it happened and I talked about eclipse seasons before they happened happened as well and this is like the amazing part about astrology is no matter what you do or how you might try to prepare for astrology or transit's nothing ever happens the way we think it will and this is a big lesson in terms of those of us who find astrology quite appealing. I think that as astrologers we have a disposition to want to look at the chart and think about what's coming in the future. We have a lot of big transit's coming up in two thousand nineteen and twenty twenty and you hear a lot of speculation about how that's GonNa look and in the ten years of studying astrology gee you hear speculation all the time about all kinds of aspects that oftentimes never take place so a lot of people expected a major financial crash last year when you're on his first moved into Torres and that could couldn't be further from the truth. <hes> of course there have been a little <hes> pieces in the market that have gone up and down but mostly we've experienced bull markets and that's really when the market is just thriving and so if we had listened entirely lead to every astrologer back then perhaps none of us would have <hes> maybe made investments or <hes> thought about our financial world in a particular way because maybe we're feeling a lot of fear and anxiety about the transit's coming and this is again the problem of astrology and is the desire to want to predict the future is a get it. It's valid desire. I have gone down some rabbit holes of that myself. Both which are going to be talking about an episodes here coming up in the month of August but a lot of my search into the future has caused me nothing but anxiety and I think that's a lot of astrology can do so even myself looking at the eclipses for July and going into them and I do ever monthly report for the community that supports my work and I even went back into reflected a little bit on it and just wanted to hear back in see is in what I had been speaking about a month ago. How has that translated a month. Later and some things are resonant of what I said. In some things aren't and again we just this cannot be fully prepared for the future or predict it and I think ultimately when we understand astrology it's more about embodying gene the energies that are presenting themselves to us in the moment and when we have a concept of astrology from a more general perspective active even just from the seasons even living in line with the seasons we can walk the world with a certain amount of grace so really learning to <hes> embody eleo energy which is where we're headed is very different than the can't searing energy of which we've been deeply deeply embedded in for the last month and so knowing that these energies are shifting and changing we can. I think like I said Said with grace shift and change with them but again. I don't think we can ever be fully prepared for how they're going to look. I just want to reflect about the actual the month of July and the feedback I've heard from clients and also just from personal experience <hes> there's a lot going on in the sign of cancer and capricorn born in the years really since two thousand eight but specifically in the years two thousand eighteen in two thousand twenty and this is something that compels astrologers and has been compelling compelling astrologers as long as I've been studying astrology <hes> when I first started studying a decade ago this was one of the very first things I learned about is the transits of Twenty nineteen twenty twenty and now being present for them in living through them and experiencing them. I'm starting to get a better her nuanced understanding of what cancer and Capricorn is and I think from July what I started to learn about this energy is that yes it has a lot to do with gender and sexual orientation because it's masculine and feminine or the <hes> traditional traditional roles that we might associate with the masculine feminine and so I think there is a lot of <hes> things up about those roles and what they mean mean and what does it mean to be a woman. What does it mean to be a man etcetera and that's pretty obviously taking place in the collective consciousness <hes> but there's something a lot more deep about this and a lot more again nuanced about this that has a lot to do with the I don't. I don't know if I want to call it the battle of the sexes because that might not be the right term but it does sort of feel like that and I think it's like when I say the battle of the sexes I'm using a fairly general term but it's walls and boundaries of Capricorn Verses Receptive <unk> All accepting oneness of cancer and the dichotomy of the two and we're seeing this in the political field. We're seeing this all over the world and we might be seen within ourselves but also the thing about these two seasons is they're very slow. They're very methodical so if we think about the season cancer that we just came through the summer solstice what's so beautiful about the summer solstice is that we have very very long days and because we have very long days we we have more time the summer solstice over the period of around the summer solstice is this time where we actually do get to experience certain amount of leisure because maybe we get off work at five o'clock but we still have three or four hours of light so we go to the park or we go to the to the river. We take vacations and we just enjoy these long extended days and so we get a lot done but we don't have to do it at the same pace necessarily as maybe in <hes> <hes>. Let's say you know sanitary season you know. Thanksgiving time and then we think about Kapor season and this is the winter solstice which we associate with Christmas and again. We're getting a lot done at Christmas but we have to be incredibly efficient at the darkest time of the year because we have very little white right so we have to get all of these things really accomplished but then we have all this really dark time and so we get to collectively take this time off and we usually see that time off at at least in the West from Christmas until new years. which is this like crazy random ten day period <hes> right in the middle of the darkest time of the year? And again a lot of people take vacations have time to just be so. There's an efficiency with capricorn but also a <hes> steadiness about it similar to cancer. We have more time so we we also get a lot done but there's a more leisure pace to it and and so I know that cancer is often times associated with the crab but the more I think about cancer the more I really associated with the turtle the Turtle L. who has the House on the back and so does a crab of course but turtles are slow in their study and they win the race right. There's that slow steady methodical energy she and then capricorn we think of oftentimes as the goat and if you ever watch goats on mountains <hes> especially mountains on these like crazy cliffs <hes> if you've ever seen is like a remarkable Ling but against that kind of slow steady concentrated energy and so the month of July actually I think a lot auto people experienced it kind of as that like something was slowing down actually inside of us but then with the mercury retrograde in cancer answer it really drove it home meaning stop and slowed stop his load on especially because August is blake all right. Let's go bitches. Ignore fucking around it's time and so there's been this opportunity in the in the last month really review and reflect on on <hes>. I WanNa say purpose but I also want to say for a strategy. So have we been able to stop and reflect about strategy and really what is it that we really need right now. especially as we're coming coming into some pretty <hes> mind-blowing transit's over the next year. Where do we want to be right now like what will be the most nurturing and a fulfilling <hes> opportunity for us right now and I think that July gave us that chance to really feel into that and I hope that all of you have had that experience <hes> <hes> because things are shifting in August and I want to get into that <hes> this episode and talk a little bit about what Leo is Virgo is kind of the changes happening. Benin coming out of this what we might think of as what <hes> being cancer and then kind of cold capricorn like muddy dirt <hes> so wet dirt murky dirt <hes> moving into fire air you know a lot of this Leo Aquarius Energy fire which is incredibly different and there's ways is to manage that differently. I also gave you all a homework assignment for the month of July around eclipse time around emotions. I talked a lot about <hes> starting each day with a moment to to stop and breathe and reflect before you start the day so that we can learn to manage our emotions and N._o.. No stretch of the imagination inviting people to like not feel things or when they feel things to just push it aside but I also think that emotions can overtake overtake our lives and when they overtake our lives in a way that is pretty severe we call that mental illness which is not a dirty word. It's a- absolutely fine word are bring goodson too sick patterns like our kidneys in our livers and things of that nature just being another organ in our body audie and win emotions are overtaking us they can flood us and they can flood our nervous system and so on and so because the eclipses were in cancer and capricorn it could have been a a fairly emotional month and so how did we learn to manage those emotions during this month and I'm GonNa give you all a homework assignment for this month as well well and in this podcast episode I want to talk about the really general themes of August two thousand nineteen and how to work with them but I hope that this information mation can resonate you know at any time in the year. If you hear this in the future or in the past you never know <hes> so that we can actually learn a little bit about Leo and Virgo in general ways but also in ways I feel are accessible and so <hes> yes. That's where we're going to go. <hes> there's some other stuff. I want to say. Oh yeah of course so the other piece about this is going to be more general. I do have very very detailed report for the community at something new. I've begun to do which is a monthly outlook. I do monthly outlooks for individuals as well well so I really look at which parts of their charts are lighting up in the month and again. It's not to say this is what's going to happen but it's looking at an individual's chart in just saying what areas of our lives are up for <hes> up for what's the word. I want to say to be experienced right so if we a lot going on in our forth house talk about that in the report if if it's in your fourth house or maybe you have a huge son progressions situation happening or something even in terms of your perfection and the ruler of your year and and things of that nature so it's kind of like getting a mini astrology reading once a month <hes> and then for the community I go until a lot more details about the more general thing about you know trains and squares and more specifics about the tar although I'll never get super specific because I don't work that way <hes> but this podcast ask is then going to be a little bit general on top of that so if you ever want to get like a lot more detailed you can do that by joining the community and then getting the monthly horoscope for yourself. That's some new undo and do only offer that to clients whom I've worked with and I really enjoy that work because it's fun to be on the journey in people's lives with them. It's like a total honor that I get to experience <hes> individuals throughout their their journey and how they grow and change and knowing that I have even a little part to do with that is like incredibly mind blowing to me so thank you for the opportunity to work with those of you who I've had the chance to work with and thinking of course for listening to the podcast aside no if you do like this podcast please be sure to subscribe on Itunes and leave a review and we're going to talk about reviews a little bit today as well or subscribe anywhere share around and that's always a incredible help as well especially during during a very turbulent time in my personal life I I still have your honest on my moon <hes> exactly and Roger Grading on my wound and the whole thing and squaring exactly the ruler <unk> Char in opposing exactly Saturn in my chart and so this has been one of the most <hes> <hes> unpredictable times in my life ever and I'll make one plan and it will absolutely just fall through <hes> and then I'll make another plan and it will just absolutely absolutely fall through and it seems like anytime try to find the ground right now the ground just cracks open and I fall through it and so I know I it's book about bringing on a Co host and knives spoken about a lot of things and everything I've attempted and work towards has just not landed. It just hasn't worked for one reason or another. You know there's a lot of changes changes in my family. There's a lot of changes in my personal life and <hes> but the fact that you're still listening to this podcast. You're still supporting the work in the face of that is remarkable and I really love that. You guys can appreciate that. Life is life and I do the podcast win. I can especially right now now. Actually live between four houses at the moment which is very you're on us on the moon. I suppose it's like I I don't know where my toothbrushes and I haven't known toothbrushes and over a year now and as much as I try again to get solid grounded in one spot it seems like I'm constantly getting picked up and moved to another spot and <hes> it's pretty hard to keep things organized and granted when you are living between four homes and remodeling one of them and <hes> etcetera etcetera. I'm not here to Bitch and complain. I'm just sharing with you. Why <hes> I'm just sharing with you my feelings you don't like it. That's okay if you do wonderful so that actually leads me to the next point and and this leads me to the topic of Leo and we're GonNa be talking fairmount about Leo in today's episode and I shared this on instagram and I thought it was really cool and I really enjoyed the feedback that I received. It was like mind blowing but this has a lot to do with what Leo Leo is and Leo is we can think of it in so many so many so many ways. One of the ways is like really basic way we think of Leo is the heart <hes> Aquarius might be the head but <hes> Leo is going to be the heart and it's also a ruled by the sun on and the sun is this like a hugely powerful thing in the sky that like is the center of the Solar System in the center of everything and it can burn us an it can grow life life for us and it can you know it can create and destroy and I think ultimately that is Leo. It is an equitable proportions of creation and destruction and everything is creative and destructive but in terms of the areas of life that is the area of life. Leo Is the Creator in the destroyer which the Sun John is right that is what it does in terms of the human development phases. I Talk About Leo as the <hes> twenty something year old so cancer as a teenager. These are the adolescent which you might have felt that way in the month of July like God. I feel so much and I don't know where to put <hes> but as we're moving into Leo <hes> energy this August. It is really about like that twenty-something energy which is like. I Really WanNa know who I am and I'm going to go. Expose myself to everything there's a lot to do with exposure. That's probably the key word I relate to with. Leo is exposure and whether that what is that we are exposing ourselves or works afraid of being exposed. I think that's a lot to do with that as well and one of the ways we expose ourselves by creating art an art is literally taking nothing and making something so <hes> I work in a garden and I think that is absolute creative art like when I'm making gene <hes> or when I'm creating my garden. I'm getting my hands in the dirt. I absolutely feel like I'm in that vibe of of of Leo Creativity <hes> other times aims of creativity might be the outfit that one chooses to wear in the morning because that's something we create and it has a lot to do with how we want people to see us <hes> in that. Can I have a lot to do with insecurity two right so like it is <hes> Leo Season Right now and for example I'm wearing a tank top and my arms don't look great because I haven't had time to be healthy the last few years and so I'm like Oh God people can see my fat arms right like that's exposed but it has to be because it's so fucking hot outside right and so going to concerts you know I've gone to more concerts in the last like week or two then I have like in a very very long time hi and that is going into a crowd with individuals and getting exposed and watching musicians which is art which is creativity which is Leo and some songs. Songs I love and some songs I don't at those concerts and that is what what creativity is when we create something the immediate response response will be effect right so if I were a certain outfit people are going to look at it and be affected in one way or another so so. They're gonNA assume that I'm maybe like a Hick if I'm wearing cowboy boots or they might assume I'm a very wealthy. If I'm you know carrying around Gucci or something like that and so the judgment of the creation we we came up with that day that judgment is on the person judging <hes> gene so for example at the concert was at the other day with a friend there was one song she absolutely loved and she was really mesmerized by an like literally did nothing for me. I was like this is not a song I care about right and that is our like it has profound effect one way or the other <hes> and sometimes no effect act and that's actually probably the scariest thing is when we put our art into the world and there's no response <hes> that can be. I think a lot more challenging than the negative reviews are positive reviews and so as something happened recently. I is really funny. 'cause I was <hes> I I have a guest coming on the next episode and she was like feeling things about coming on and I was like listen like I rarely rarely get bad reviews like nobody really reaches out to tell me how horrible horrible A._M.. It does happen but it's really not something you need to worry about and then of course I checked the I tunes and I got this like kind of <hes>. What's the word <hes> I'm just not a good review. I guess it was a one star review out of five and this individual said just an absolute waste of time. I'm listening to both of these women talk referring to myself and Danielle who was my co-host at the beginning of the podcast who has not been on podcast <hes> as a CO host for over over year <hes> so this person clearly listened all the way back then just absolutely so time listening to these women talk and talk and talk and never getting to the point or even finishing appoint before moving on to the next subject topic Eugenia talk so much about herself. It's distrusting and disturbing and finally to see that she decides to raise her prices is because she's worth it and then it's is rolled. Emoji and <hes> I I saw that review and I just like kind of started laughing because I had just said that that that never happens and it totally happened and my immediate response to that was of course like oh attempt feel good right and then like May next response was well. At least I affected her at assume it's a her and says Alison thank and <hes> this is the point of art right like <unk>. Her response to my podcast is entirely hers. It has literally nothing to do with me. I get lots of reviews. <hes> ah lots thank you letters. Thank you for sharing your story with us. It's so wonderful to hear someone actually talking about the real life experience with astrology and how how this looks at from that perspective thank you thank you right so I get plenty of those reviews which is also about the person who's saying that as entirely up to the person who's listening to the podcast who feels that way and decides to say thank you for it. Of course I appreciate that gratitude but I also appreciate this like less wonderful wonderful <hes> review because you know of course I affected this person. This person is clearly listened to the podcast enough to have a response response to it so if this person didn't want to listen they would have just turned it off and like walked away but they listened enough to know that there was you know girls talking I and another one of those girls talking about herself and <hes> so this person had to be pulled into that energy somehow for some reason to somehow be it be experiencing something right and so ultimately my this podcast that you're sitting here listening to our walking or driving there are however you're listening to this podcast. Whatever magical algorithm from the gods brought my words to your ear at this moment. It's it's a new and it's affecting you right now and it can be affecting you in all kinds of ways and that's entirely your experience. I make this podcast because it is art. I am ultimately an artist will ultimately a sociologist first and foremost I would call myself a sociologist and a scientist I <hes> <hes> and and then second I would call myself an artist and third call myself and astrologer actually fourth I'd say third. I'm an entrepreneur in them forth an astrologer and so I'm all kinds of things right and this is art to me. This is a this is part of my expression. This is part of what I want to offer to the world whether many people herbalism to it or very few listen to it. That's not my objective. That is has nothing to do with it. My objective is the I have something I want to say and share share with the world and I can't help that that is just in. My bones is in my soul. I randomly ended up with a podcast and expect that this would be my art art form but you know I went to school for art studied art and Art history primarily and <hes> I actually have a rookie in art therapy and counseling so both of those but I love art. I love making art and I love it. Affecting people and true artist is going to have really positive effect and really negative effect right thought his creation and destruction that is Leo that is August of two thousand and nineteen eighteen creating our art and if we are afraid to put our art in the world because of stupid keep it fucking reviews like the one I just read. I shouldn't even say stupid fucking review. It's absolutely valid review. This person has absolute right to say what they said and I'm not not mad or sad but regardless. I'm not letting that Review Stop my art. If anything it inspires the art more because I know I'm having positive and negative negative effect in this world. I'm having creative and destructive effect in this world and that's the point of Leo pay so let's get until a little bit about the details of this month. I wish I could like take some questions right now. Anyone have questions so far. This kind of it is like when I <hes> read a chart for somebody <hes> I talk. Sometimes I'm a talker. I'm ruled by Mercury so <hes> yeah and I never also like foresaw myself having a monologue on a podcast. This is a foresaw. That's not a word but force and foresaw for see. I never expected to have a podcast where I was just talking into a microphone but whatever this is this is what it is and it's wonderful and I still WanNa do would for some reason <hes> when I can and I enjoy the creative process of doing it so but there I am going on about myself off so leo so this month is like really really really really interesting to me for multiple reasons <hes> but one the most interesting aspects about this month to me. Is that the very last hours of the thirty first of July this depends on where you are in the world and Denver Colorado it happens at nine twelve pm but we have a new moon in Leo sandwiched between Venus and Mars and and to me this is actually like really oh just like really interesting because Leo is the heart. It's the center the center of the solar system and so we have these two incredibly potent planets that have a lot to do with relationship we also have the asteroid Juno at written <hes> Leo on this Neum so Juno and Mars Khun junked at Leo Nineteen degrees. When this month starts on the new moon you know <hes> so this is all about like how do we show up and how does that work in our relationships with humans and this is the the plight of the Pluto Lieber generation indeed <hes> perhaps others not so much the Scorpio's but how do we be authentic and relationship like seriously. How do we do that because when we we are authentic we will create and destroy right so we will upset people and we will <hes> make people happy relationships the more authentic we are. I think the more healing we have the more potential healing we have because we're coming from our heart and not so much a reactionary place when we come from that heart is very authentic and it can get <hes> a negative response though it can get an adverse response and so when I see all of these characters together starting the month of August. I just think to myself so we've gone through these eclipses. <hes> perhaps we were like really having a question like what we really need or whatever and maybe we now know that a little more. Maybe it's like I need this us and they need to feel right in the world <hes> for example. I've chosen to to to move to one of my four houses that I've been living between queen and just stick to that one for now because that's what I need and I need that nourishment right now of that house in that location and once we get that replacement or we find ourselves settled in that in that place now we make the art right now August. Let's express ourselves. Let's let's become the artist and clearly with this new moon bringing us into the beginning of the month like that is what it's all about. Here's what is even kind of like more more magnificent about this month is just after that new moon and so I I mentioned nine something p._m.. In Denver on that new moon and at ten PM so literally less than an hour from that new moon mercury moves direct in cancer but it marketing will be heading into Leo's so can you feel that can't feel that change and this is the beginning of August August right so July's like working stuff out and dig up some deep shit and going through eclipses and like reviewing everything and stepping back and now it's slake forward motion now. It's time to like let our hair down and get a little wild and what we're going to see this month as we're. We're going to see you know as I mentioned Juno. Mars new moon Venus Mercury are all going to be in the sign of Leo this month. They're all going to be making shrines at one point another to Jupiter who's in Sagittarius and also Chiron. WHO's an area so this is a highly highly potent fire month K. at least the first part of it fiery fiery fiery and so when we think of the three fire signs what we think about is our is creativity and. And it is really about how we choose to put ourselves in the world and how we choose to present ourselves in the world areas will be more just like the motivation to leave the House House. Leo will be kind of the ultimate we choose to wear and secretaries will be the thing we do based on our highest value so I I got out of bed this morning and left the house aries. I put on not really any fancy clothes because <hes> Leo because I knew I was going to go to the podcast studio and talk about Astrology Sagittarius right so I am expressing myself in these ways and so these three fire fire signs are are what we're being invited into the first part of this month and a couple of things about this fire is one way to work with it is strictly not strictly but is <hes> simply to just make art so <hes> you might find yourself going to be around artists so you may you find yourself going to more concerts hanging out with more friends than you have at other times because the opposite is Aquarius for example. I've been like inundated with friends lately really which has been super great <hes> because of the season and doing fun things with friends eh but also just like making art is a really really beautiful way to work with this US especially. If we have a lot of heated energy come up my a lot of anger anxiety come up so I'm going then be doing an episode here all about anxiety a pretty soon so listen for that but this is really what leads me to the homework for this month for everybody. Buddy is hopefully start to establish some kind of routine in the morning that has allowed you to do just a little bit of reflection before you get on your phone and start. He you know getting <hes> you know triggered by all of the things of life even if is five minutes whatever you have been able to hopefully manage once that's integrated added that helps us really manage our motions now some of the emotions that might come up this month because of fire is anxiety and we're going to have the full moon in Aquarius areas at a on August fifteenth and that is air so when Aaron fire mix it creates explosion and chaos and high high voltage energy <hes> Aquarius is electricity. <hes> Leo is fire so just Imagine Matt feeling in your body and so one of the things I'm asking for you. All are inviting you all to to do this. Month is to learn how to manage that anxiety and like I said I'm talking about in the next episode but a couple of tools you can do is seriously make art like that is one of the most obvious ways is to mitigate anxiety and that is widely does the opposite of Aquarius is to bring that into something tactile tangible and <hes> visible <hes> but when we make our again art can be cooking food it can be making art with our kids. It can be dancing in singing <hes> podcasting in the garden. Whatever <hes> sewing I mean the list goes on and on literally anything is anything that you ever see in front of you has been created every table every chair every house every building every light every computer everything has been created and is ultimately destroying things as well right so to to really bring that anxiety into some some kind of creative processes month is really really beautiful way to work with. US energy this month so that's kind of the first homework in <hes> <music> Simon the other thing to just do your physical body something. I just want to recommend this month is if you're starting to feel a lot of tension or <hes> that Aaron Erim fire one of the cool things to do is take certain parts of your body and flex it and release it so let's say with your toes. You're feeling feeling you're like in a meeting and you're like like take your toes. Curl them up. Flex it hold it. Hold it and release it. You can do the same with your thighs. They push your thighs like holders is and then let it go. You can do it with your but you know you can squeeze your butt and let it go you can do the same with your hands and your muscles and so on and this just tells the nervous or this is kind of just an opportunity for the nervous system to just like let go of that tension or let go of some of that stress and anxiety so so it's a really really beautiful way to work with this energy <hes> and if you are making any art. I would love for you to share it with me and Instagram <hes> you can direct message me or <hes> emails are impossible. I wouldn't attempt to email me but I'm good with <hes> instagram drunk message shit with facebook <hes> but you know getting there <hes> and that's been really fun to interact with all of you on facebook. That's just been a hoot so at so there's those that's your homework for this month is is creativity and uh-huh and <hes> compress in like. Oh and <hes> you know really working through that really intense energy because of we just came out of that really kind of bizarre subdued turtle go energy in July and now it's you know like the lion right and then of course the water which is Aquarius. which is you know the human <hes> with all their thoughts and things like that <hes> so when you're getting attacked by a lion that's kind have the energy all right if you've ever been attacked by Lane? Hopefully you have not but cats. They're kind of like that. Fuck cats terrify me a lot. Sometimes you just don't want to give them the wrong. Look you know and they aren't lines so yeah so after that what's going to happen starting on the eighteenth as all all of that. Leo Energy isn't GonNa push out of that into virgo so it didn't by the end of the month just like totally cools down and by August thirtieth basically the last day of the month we have a new moon in virgo so it's a very poetic and beautiful dance that the gods are dancing for us this month and <hes> going through after eclipse season freely rethinking reorganizing and then expressing that and then virgo will we'll ask us to clean that up <hes> I think it was late Twenties early thirties get your shit together phase of life and of course we have to start getting their shit together at this phase as because in September time because <hes> August <hes> because <hes> we're going more towards winter crazy crazy enough. I don't WanNa say that a lot but if you have children they're going to be in thinking about going back to school. You have to get ready for that. Even if you don't don't have children <hes> there's things you have to get ready for just in terms of your <hes> financial world the your economy and things of that nature so before all that shifts into Virg- I really invite you to utilize this the heart of the lion and all of this Venus Mars activity will have a Venus Mars conjunction situation going on as well all this month which I might talk a little bit more about if the gods are going to grant me the energy and space to be able to do that <hes> so we'll see yes. I think that's actually all I want to say about this month of August two thousand nineteen and I hope that I've made some points about Leo Energy Energy and about the creative destructive potential of it and about the judgments we will receive when we put our into the world and how those judgments are actually can can be quite helpful so I think especially especially if someone has the integrity to actually ex- explain their experience of us or if we're able to experience are explained our experience of others from a place of sincere <hes> authenticity. I think that those comments comments can actually be incredibly helpful so <hes> I'm really like recently my <hes> partner and <hes> someone we were talking to said you know you have a really really strong voice and it's a little intimidating and we love you and we're just letting you know because that really affects people and <hes> that was is coming from a very loving place and I'm like Holy Shit. Thank you for that reflection. You know rather than you fucking loud voiced bitch right more of that you know this is experiencing you and this is what I experienced when I hear him feel that <hes> and I'm just letting you know about that right and I think that's a really breath under way to speak about our judgments of others right because <hes> well that's what it takes it from judgment to more just like wanting to connect from the heart rate and that's the real potential of Leo ultimately is is connecting from that place of authenticity vulnerability and <hes> in the heart so <hes> yeah anyway so but if you are getting some negative feedback about your creativity again. It's really really doesn't ultimately have anything to do with you. It just doesn't art is art. <hes> something my partner has taught me and really changed my life. We are at a concert recently and it was like I cannot stand this band and I was like bitch in about them and complaining about them and <hes> my partner just took my hand and said you know now art is just art right and <hes> that is Liam so this month make art take heed of the advice or suggestion. I should say of this month to allow yourself to be in creative mode now that you've kind of had some things things shift and and and be rearranged in the month of July. Now what do you do with it. How do you WanNa make I wanNA create with that. Like what do you WanNa create with that Energy Reggie and if you are interested in me going through these transits with a lot more detail. Please consider draining the community of course I haven't been nearly as active active in the community as I had expected. I would be a couple months ago when I had a whole business plan arranged and things of that nature but life life has presented itself <hes> with unexpected challenges and and so I haven't been as active as I had hoped to <hes> but I'm hoping once I guess I'll ground God willing <hes> I will be more active so if you are interested in <hes> looking into that and getting more information about like the month and then some bonus episodes <hes> join join me over at Patriot dot com slash accessible astrology and accessible astrology dot com you can find everything else readings etc readings with me so <hes> so much love to everybody. <hes> thank you so much. I'm so pleased that <hes> that so many of you by the way wrote me after I posted that on instagram about the negative comments you guys were above and beyond telling me how fucking awesome I am and how wonderful I am and I just WanNa say thank you because the just so wonderful because one negative have comment was countered with like I don't know like like <hes> dozens of very very flattering <hes> gratitude so <hes> thank you for that so so much love to you and until we speak again at take care of yourself make art and go dance <music>.

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What is it about a Brand that Attracts Customers?  Part 2

Plan B Success

10:26 min | 5 months ago

What is it about a Brand that Attracts Customers? Part 2

"Hey greetings everyone and welcome back to another episode of Plan B's success so coming back to the building blocks of a strong brand we talked about vision and mission and brand values. So what is a vision? You might ask well a vision. Statement is basically a statement. Marr- you are showing your audience what to expect. You're setting up a vision of the future. You're setting up expectations. Say This is how it will be in the future. This is what my company is going to do in this. They will get you and then what is the mission then? Will the mission outlines how you've been fulfill the promise of that vision? The mission outlines some really big steps that you could take as a company to get them to realize that vision so both the vision and the mission statements are really really important. A Vision Statement describes the future now clenched where you want your customer to be aspirational to your customer about them. It's not about you as a business. Division statement is not for you as a business but it's further the prospects but customers for the Leeds has to what does that image that you want to create in your customer's mind in terms of saying this is where you can get if you do X Y and z thoughts and as I said visionary brands are not just about making money. Making money is the backbone. Oh for business absolutely yes. But a visionary brand goes and aims at a higher cause a bigger challenge that the audiences having that your customer basis having that you're trying to achieve for them so it's important to ensure that the problem that you're trying to address in how you're GonNa Solvay is reflected as part of that vision so that customers can see themselves as part of that solution so that higher. 'cause that you want your customer base to achieve is a partner needs to be deflected in a great wisdom statement which has said is aspirational in the future. So you basically attracting your customer base to emotionally connect with your vision statement and also not just up hold it but also spread it. Hell others about it. That's how strong your vision statement needs to be and while the vision creates a very strong foundation for your brand. How do you meet that? Foundational gold silver established in the vision statement that happens with the mission statement kind of defining the big picture steps in order to accomplish the goals that you have set out for the Organization for your audience and for your customer base the mission statement is about explicitly clarifying actions. You will take our the business will take in order to accomplish the vision that you put forward. That's what a mission statement is about. Division is setting the target. The mission statement is the steps. You need to take in order to hit that target. That's how closely aligned vision and mission nar unfortunately more often than not most of the businesses that are formed did not spend enough time on clarifying the vision and mission as I said I think it's very strategic and not as much tactical well. It is tactical. It sets the stage for the tactics that need to be owned and operated within the company order to achieve that vision and mission. So that's why the focus on creating crystal clear vision and mission are railing important because a lack of that would mean you're confusing your customer base or your prospects. They do not know how to emotionally connect with the business. They do not know how to align with the business and confused. Customer is a lost customer. David looked to understand you. They don't understand you. They're walking away Nichols Have Morales. Where the understand what that company the products and services are all about. That's why it's important. Who have that strong vision and mission emission is nothing but as I said one of three high level steps or actions your business or your brand will take in order to realize that vision in order to created very clear plan at faction who accomplish that vision that you set out. Now as I said the woods that you use within your vision and mission statement need to convey that connectedness that emotional attachment that meaning back your customer base in order to engage them attract them and keep them it needs to define the emotional aspect of it needs to define the product and service experience that you have set out to provide your customer base. It also needs to define where you are within the spectrum of businesses when it comes to innovation and ease of use has about vision speaks to higher aspirational purpose. The mission actually is about high level steps to hit the goals established by vision. Finally you we need to talk about brand values as well. There's a mistaken assumption. That brand values are created at the top by the executive team and passed out into the Organization for to embrace. That will never work has never worked. Brat are created as czar of the culture. That's built and that is nurtured. Within the rank and file of the company began everybody in the company right from the lowest level to the highest level. It's one of the most important building blocks within an organization and can define success and the scale and extent of success rand while us are the values that the organization would horrid up and that provide an ammunition wigs figured on the Vision as well as the mission so values are very much to the company. Its people its culture its processes. It's how everyone works together. And the values define how execution happens how people behave within an organization. Pao employs behave within an organization in order to reach at school but it's transparency with its customer centered nece with a strong relationships with its responsiveness. But that's the look environment hop holding team work showing pride in their professional and personal behavior. Things like goes are all things that attract and help retain the best talent within an organization help ensure they work with each other. What's the growth of an organization and defined the cultural fabric often organization so companies values again? It will certainly motions. And if prospects look at values and they aligned with them guess what? They will support the company's products and services. We've seen so many examples. Where if your customer base doesn't align with the culture of an organization. They tend to move from it. That's why the brand value aspect of any organization is docked much more watered it should be entrenched in humility in service in transparency in providing the best possible service in providing what the customers need in the noblest form in the most humble those aspects. It will be right emotions from the organization its employees as well as customer base so vision mission and values together form the foundational blocks of any successful business analyst. They're established analyst. They are crystal clear in the employer and the employee's minds in the management teams mind and are transferred to your prospect of customers daylight with it so that they support the business unless all that happens an organization is not moving in the right direction. Teams need to spend time on clarifying and aligning with a unified and uniform vision statement mission statement and values that are partly within the entire organization. That can be the deciding factor in terms of success and failure of a business. Hey I hope you like that. Episode Boo check out my website. Rajiv MODEM DOT COM and by the way checkout Bob. Podcast mastery program. That's out there on the website. And if you're interested in podcasting if you're interested in creating a brand image for who you are and what you have to offer definitely check that course out. I'm sure it's GonNa Provide you immense value and it'll cut short Eugenia for searching podcasts by the weeks into a couple of hours to get started and moving thank you very much.

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#36 - Preparing for the New Consciousness - Working with the Astrology of the 2nd Half of 2020

Bridging Realities: An Accessible Astrology Podcast

59:57 min | 2 weeks ago

#36 - Preparing for the New Consciousness - Working with the Astrology of the 2nd Half of 2020

"Knowing Gone live awesome. Komo album. Low Hello! All right so as we're kind of getting warmed up here at love to hear. Everyone's doing. Check in with all of you. Let me know what's happening. What's the DELEO Eugenia here? Wait for a few more people to get logged in hopefully I gave enough for warning for people. So! Has We get this live got enrolling and I've been going. How is everyone if anyone would love to put in the comments how you're doing how life has been what's been going on? That would be awesome I'd love to. Get a check in, although I won't be surprised if many people don't make it onto this live today and I'm GonNa. Talk about why that might be so here we go. How do you even take a social media? Break exactly so so have I. So. This is why we probably won't get a lot of people onto this live today. And hopefully we'll get enough people here where this message lands in enough ears, and becomes resonant, but I do think a lot of people are taking social media breaks, and I want to talk about why that is, and just talk about the energy of recent. I. Also taken a social media break, but also just a break in general. From. All media just from being involved all of the chaos here we see feeling anxious. Big feelings of another person saying feeling very anxious. Zayed's net. That's part of it hard to find balance lately. Absolutely, it's heavy. That's been the word. I've heard the people I've spoken to say that it's a heavy time and again I. Want to explain why that is and why we need to step away possibly right now because it's so heavy, and because of the anxiety, and how pervasive this the. The bombardment of all media says major motion. Will Healing Awesome I love that. So okay, so I'm just GONNA. Go ahead and jump on into this. And hopefully we'll go few people on today if not if you want to be sure to watch the full one, definitely, be sure to join the community where you can watch all of these plaques. All these lives you can watch them and play back video audio or whatever. Okay so. Let's look at the strategy tart for just a moment. Shall we've? As someone just wrote married to a cancer man who just turned forty. It's a roller coaster in. Also car accident I'm okay forcing me to take care of myself. Okay, so I'm sorry to hear about that accident so let's talk about what's going on right now. In astrology so right now we have the sun here as as of this moment. This is New York time. What is nine ten PM on July Seventeenth Twenty twenty so right now? The Sun is at twenty five degrees of Kevin, sir. We also have vest at nineteen degrees. A cancer and we have mercury in cancer. He's no longer retrograde, but he's plowing back over the section of the sky that he retrograded, and so he's. He's still in what we call his shadow, and so what we see here is the son in cancer is an opposition, just made its opposition to Pluto, and then also the sun is moving into position with Saturn I. WanNa talk a little bit about that and I want to also bring in this Mars piece so today's video. I WanNa talk a lot. About what does it mean? That Saturn has gone back into capricorn? Oh, how do we work with that? But also how do we work with the fact that Mars is also in areas for the next six months and Saturn Pluto Jupiter. Sina are also in Capricorn next six months, and why this moment has probably felt a little bit more heavy duty, and why we've been off of social media's came so. I guess I I want to talk about. This son cancer element, so one of the things that we have to think about is the natural season that we are in here in the northern hemisphere at the moment, which is cancer season and what that means is. We have the longest days of the year that we're going to get. Now. If anyone goes out in nature at this time of year, and they observe plants, or they observe animals. We have more time right now and therefore. Cancer, season can feel a little, heavy and lazy now. This is hard to wrap one's head around because it's all the sun, there's all this time we have at this time of the year because we have the longest days in the northern hemisphere. But. When we have long days, it's almost like. The days can feel longer, and we feel like we have to fill them up with more stuff, but right now because we're obviously going through this gigantic massive transformation in consciousness. We are needing to process what's been going on in? This isn't what's been going on this year. This isn't what's been going on in the last eighteen months with the eclipses in cancer and capricorn. This is really processing stuff that I would say is really started in two thousand, eight hundred. This is a processing moment, and so these long long days we might feel this urgency to do things to get ready for the second wave and all of these different things. But. There's also this necessary emotional processing that needs to happen right now. If we think about cancer, we watch the animals outside. They are I don't want to say. Lazy, but everyone's a bit chill in nature during the summer. It's there's A. Element of hiking just rest and I can just be and when we can just rest, and when we can just be because we have such long days. We can. We can actually tap into what we're feeling so I know for myself, even yesterday or the day before when son was exactly opposing Pluto. A heavy duty Holy Shit. This is real, you know it's like you go through the day and you forget all these things are happening in the world or you try to our I i. Try to, and then there's these moments where you just get hit in the face and reminded that no. This is a very massive point in history. This is a massive change in history. This is a massive consciousness shift as some could argue that this evolution, we are evolving out of earth into air, which is also what I really. WanNa talk a lot about today, and because we're shifting out of the end. End of an eight hundred fifty year cycle were were changing and shifting out of the end of a twenty five hundred year cycle. Some could argue are changing shifting at the end of the twenty six thousand year cycle, because we've got the end of so many cycles happening here in captaincies, and we can even go to the microbe. The last eighteen months cycles completing. There's just so many completions happening this year because we are shifting out of the strong earth. Energy which I've talked a lot here on the podcast about the fall of capital corner in the fall of Rome the the idea that. The structure of our lives needs to be urse nine to five, Monday. Through Friday I can measure this, and therefore it is real the more of this thing I own the more successful I am. All of that ideology which is earth-based is shifting I mean we're talking in epic proportional like an epic proportions right? Way Way way out of Earth Way Way way into air and air. We value very different things and air we value. Things that Aquarius, so we're GONNA get into that in a second so before we make this massive leap in consciousness out of earth into air. We need to process this. You know those of us who are so blessed to be alive in this time in history. To bear witness to these monumental changes in consciousness to face the. Anxiety to face the fear to face the challenge of these times into also somehow hold space. We have been bestowed certain honor. To be alive at this point of evolution right, and because of this massive point change there is a very necessary emotional component that we have to go through right now that we have to process to to check into our actual like feelings about what's going on to check into our vulnerabilities about it. You know some people I've talked to recently like I'm realizing. I've been in survival mode you know since the beginning of this year, and that's affected a lot of things and really to just. In with our feeling as what the sky is inviting us to do, and so a lot of people are taking social media breaks slash media breaks because this needs to be about us right now. You know this needs to be about us. Really checking in with what we feel and ensuring that we're positioned well in the mid in in in the midst of this. This shift right making sure that we're positioned well, so we're in the right place with the right people at the at the shift in consciousness now. This is something that I have really encouraged people to do for years. You know there's a few things that we should all be really considering right now as we're preparing for this shift out of earth into air. One of those things is. Are we living in integrity? Now this has been a really really big point. I've spoken about for years on the PODCAST, but it's a super super crucial point right now. Okay, and so what integrity means? Why are we doing it? You know we have all in our lives participated in things that have been outside of our integrity. You know especially when we're young in our twenties. We don't really not fuck. We're doing on. Our mind isn't developed. You know. Maybe we've experimented with this or experimented with that. We've tried this. We've tried that. We've done all of these things we've had to go through the process of elimination to. To figure out what we don't like, I've looked back in journals for my twenties and I was so lost, and so confused at no fucking clue who I was and I. Think I wrote many times I'm not trying to find out what I like. I'm really learning what I don't like right so trying to date this type of person and do this and so through those experimental process sees. We get to find out who we are. And as we find out who we are, that's really what we call integrity right when we are really clear about the why. Why am I doing the thing I'm doing right so for example. Why am I in the relationship? I'm in, you know. Let's say right now. You Have Pisces in your seven thousand. I WanNa talk about Pisces. Pisces is confused everything, and so maybe there's been confused around relationships or this or that, and so we're having to ask ourselves. Why am I in this relationship? And is this the right relationship to carry me forward into this new consciousness? We might ask ourselves the same questions right now about why where we live is where we live. Why do I live here? Why are these my friends? Why is this Mike? Community, you know. Why am I in this relationship with my family? The Way I'm in this relationship with my family, these questions are. Really important to be going inside of ourselves, and asking right now right because we want to position ourselves in a in a situation as we move into this new consciousness where we are in enlightenment with our integrity. Now. Because we've been earth for so many thousands of years in again, earth is a very masculine energy. Some might call it the patriarch not as Invested in that term to look back in history, but I do think we've had a more masculine leaning mentality. That's both men and women, and what we've seen in the last twenty six hundred years, or really less, twenty, six, thousand or thousands of years, specifically, the last eight hundred fifty roughly years. Is that we have? MM incredible value on all things earth. In Earth is what you can. In hold. Bright so the foundation of this country America was to come in. Get more land to own in hold more land I can touch that right. The gold rush was a it was an item. It was gold that people came to across the rocky mountains and over to California in the West. Coast to get gold, they could hold gold. It can measure gold right. In addition to that, it was also things you know. How many things can I have you know how big of a house can I have? What can I fill that house with? What can I buy with my hard earned money? Okay and so we've made decisions for hundreds and thousands of years based on this concept. Will I do this work? Because it earns me X. amount of dollars I'm in this relationship because it keeps me financially secure. I'm in this Part of the country for this job because it brings me certain amount of financial security earth. Right and so we all made these decisions in our lifetimes where we've chosen things for money. for things literally to own things and a lot of times. We've made that decision. It's been out of our integrity. So maybe someone just had a baby right? A woman just had a baby, and she really actually wanted to stay home with that baby like really wanted to, but because of the economic strategy because of the social strategy of earth it was there was less value placed staying home, and being with the child was much more value placed on the things that we needed to buy to survive. Right so works. I'M GONNA. Leave my baby at daycare, or whatever when it used to be affordable, I recognize it isn't anymore and we'll leave my baby with a senator, even though I really don't want to. I genuinely want to stay home with my baby and I'm GonNa go to work Earth. And so that has shaped literally everything from the financial structures that have been created to the political structures that have been created to the borders that have been created the politics all of it. Has Been, a high value on earth. Okay. Now. We. As individuals right now. Have to really assess. Is that where we're going? And is that why I do what I do? Right. Because where we're going is now air. The age of Aquarius we can call it. This is because Jupiter and Saturn, injuncting zero degrees of Aquarius in the winter solstice and Will be moving into Aquarius so this like a ten-year transitional time but to. Take down the old fucking being watch it crumble and is GONNA take ten years to rebuild this into the new consciousness. It's GonNa. Take Time. It's not going to happen like right away. But we are moving into air. We are moving age of Aquarius and I know Aquarius incredibly well, because I am an Aquarius and so I understand the value of Aquarius and I want everyone here to understand what Aquarius really means so that you can prepare your lives for air. Tae So. Let's really quickly talk about Aquarius from the perspective of the season. In the Northern Hemisphere. So the season of Aquarius is the second to last season of the year. K So this is the season not where plants are growing, not where plants are dying, but this is literally the season when plants are dead, okay, so Aquarius in the northern hemispheres from mid January to mid February. The final season is Pisces. Pisces is the let goal, and then spring is aries. It's the beginning of the cycle. So what is quite literally happening in the season of Aquarius is that plants are actually breaking down there matter okay, so we think about cap or corn and I'm going to pull up my cheat sheet here my little diagram. So if we think about about of course, all the season's related to human development. Okay, so this is the season's growing growing, but this is capricorn. So this is what we're coming out of his earth, but it's also Taurus Virgo, but this is just more specifically to understand Aquarius, but capricorn is when we've built our life. We've grown as individuals. We become adults. We've built. We've created. We have this home structure this family. This is adult. Aquarius says than the season of retirement, and that's actually quite literally what we as individuals do, and mid January and February. If you think about it, Christmas time is capricorn, season and Solas. SOLAS, new, Year's Eve. There's a lot of stuff going on here. At the season, a kappa corn. He work hard work heart make the presents have the birth. Christmas presents and give out the the Christmas presents work hard. All Year spent all this money at Christmas on Shit. We don't fucking need right we'll. Aquarius is retired, so I can rest after Christmas I can rest after the holidays I can just sit in my house and I'll have to hang out with people. I can do my own thing. You know I get to chill out before the spring. This is really what we do at that season. Naturally, we naturally isolate. We naturally also we kinda start a spring clean to make room for the New Year. We break down the entire Astrology Chart K.. We're breaking the whole thing down in Aquarius. And I refer to Aquarius as the retirement age in human development. Where that's what retired, people naturally do so. If you know you're you know you get to your seventies or whatever might be? You've stopped working, so don't have to produce as much. You know that the next stage in your life is leaving your body. You just know that it's not sad as much as it is just acceptance, right? That's what you see when you're with people in their seventies, right? This could be my last day, and that is how people at that age live. You know that's why they do the things they've never done and they. You know they they you know. They finally feel free from the responsibilities as parents as workers or whatever they've done in their lives. And they also start to get rid of Shit. Because they need space to let go into the graces of God. Or Goddess. And that is literally Aquarius is here to do. It's here to detach from Earth. Aquarius. Myself as an Aquarius I don't like ship. Things and I don't like attachments. I was born into a world where everything was dead. Not Dying. Dead. I came into this world and neurologically. My eyes opened up for the first time. I didn't get a lot of skin-to-skin contact. It was cold out. I didn't have a lot of visitors as an infant. I wasn't born in the summer. I did not go to the park. When I was born? I came into the world of things dead. And because of that, my consciousness is always aware of the fact that this will all end. I am so. Hugely aware of that all the time. Hugely aware of that all the time I'm also three hours from being Pisces unlike at the end of Aquarius. In so as I've navigated my life, I haven't gotten attached to things because I'm aware that things end. The complete. And that's what we're moving into. Is Aquarius. Aquarius which is not attached to Earth and not attached to this earth. We've a huge attachment to this earth which I find really hilarious as an Aquarius. It is a beautiful thing this planet. God like it is the most epic place I have seen a good chunk of this planet. Everywhere you go is basically epic. People ask me after my travels. What's your favorite place? You've ever traveled to and I'm like. No literally, no, it answer that everywhere is beautiful. But also this earth will end. It just will. Everything will come to an end to completion. And honestly there are people who are liquid smart, who are aware of that who have been subtly building spaceships and spacecrafts to leave this earth. This is what we call evolution. And what's going to take us off of this earth? Is Technology. That this is another element of Aquarius Technology. So I'm sitting here. Pretty isolated where I live. You know far far far away from people I'm. Right in the middle of the country, you know things like that the US. and talking to people right now from around the world. From all over the world I've had a client today from What was it? An North Carolina at a client today in New York of California I don't know I mean I see clients from around the world because of these devices I don't have to leave my home. And I can reach literally thousands of people if I wanted more I, don't want more. Because of this technology, so I can actually be in my comfort zone, which is isolation I'm an aquarius US I. Enjoy Space. I enjoy freedom. I enjoy my time alone isolation, and yet I can go on this device in reach thousands of people around the world from the comfort of my own home. This is where we're going. My Mom said to me last fall two thousand nineteen. She said it's such a shame. They can't get any school bus drivers running out of people are. Applying to be school bus drivers anymore. How these kids going to school and I looked at her mom. We won't. Needs School bus drivers soon. We won't need that soon. Kids will not be going to a building to go to school. We're done. Earth is done. Put your kids on the bus. At this time in the morning ended slept them off to this glorified daycare center and in the Glorify Daycare Center. We're GONNA teach them April. Speed, we'll see. Earth, and we're GONNA teach them to work in this fashion and do this thing and get this big house and have two and a half kids and do the 401k thing. Earth robot factory. Right like that's not what Aquarius does. I have never had a nine to five job in. Might folk in life and I never will? McCleary is I want freedom. I want to be able to be anywhere in the world whenever I want to be there now. Obviously, that's challenged right now. It won't be forever I. Don't believe but. I want space. You know I want I want to? Explore the world you know. Put on the goggles. Go to Mars. You know what if they do that one day? They bring back footage from. Mars, and every single person from the comfort of their home can put on a pair of goggles and go to a different planet. I mean there will be holograms. This will be a Hologram in the next ten to fifteen years. Like you'll be in the room with me from the comfort of your home. We are not an earth anymore. We're done. And the people I've noticed who are finding this transition the most challenging. Are the, people who are holding onto the concept of earth. The people who are making decisions out of their integrity. For money. K for survival. Money's not gonNA have the same value in Earth are in air. It's just not. Aquarius. Yes, values money because money is a valuable thing. But Aquarius values ideas. Aquarius values what a group can do when they put their heads together. A small community, a small group of people who all have skills they can trade. Aquarius wants to know the community although they wanna be is located from it. They want also be part of of it. Right and the power of the community over the individual, which is Leo. You know. The the power of a group of people on the Internet is. Much more powerful than just person right politically, that's GonNa be the case as well, and we're seeing that already. Right the power of the group over the individual. And, because we're moving into that group into that air energy. Right. We have to learn how to actually value that. Right? We are shifting away from. The measurement of the thing. How much can the one do and we're shifting into the value of the group effort to make actual change. Now. Because, we've been doing these things out of survival, and out of these other needs in these other modalities that have been less air-based. We have made these decisions that have been completely out of line with our integrity. So something else I want us all to keep in. Mind right now is that Neptune has been in the sign of Pisces since two thousand eleven. And what Neptune in Pisces has done as he has added an extra element of confusion. Is really like fake news. And who can we trust and what's really going on here? And what can we believe? and. That's why I'm really invested in each of you really figuring out where Pisces is in your chart. Because you're going to learn where you've been the most confused. And what happened back in December of twenty seventeen? All of you to go back on your books I want you to look into it. Is that Saturn shifted into the sign of Capricorn. And he said. I'm joining you Pluto now Pluto entered the sign of Capricorn, two thousand eight roughly, and he said Okay Earth has done. y'All don't know it yet. I'm going to go under the surface of all things `Capricorno going under the surface of corruption, going under the surface of Acting out of integrity to have earth. Okay, what how many heinous things have happened on this planet? Because we want to own more earth, we want to have more things. Right just the the foundation of this country is it didn't start well. What we did to have this earth. Right we can look than into the more pervasive present activities that have been happening and Pluto slowly been going insane. I'm taking this all down. It's almost like he's been placing the The bomb in the system and he's just been putting the things in there and then Saturn. Kind of came in and started triggering the bombs. Those the placement started happening in two, thousand, eight, and so little things have started to happen so things like Weinstein right so this whole industry called Hollywood. Which is this program on the black box programming TV? Movie screens whatever that has been programming us. in subversive ways because the way our mind reacts to television screens and HDTV. especially like the top four K. I mean you can basically go into the deepest level of someone's brainwaves and you can. Get them thinking whatever you want them to think. It's called literally hypnosis as how hypnosis works, also amd the therapy works is how the bilateral stimulation works a lot of interesting neurological pieces to high definition TV but Hollywood so the system. That's been like you should want this right same glory mansions. Like what was MTV except this fucking thing that was what did they call that cribs right? If you're a famous musician and you sign off your life to some system. That's going to own you. You know some company. That's GONNA own your music contract because you want a nice crib. You'RE GONNA. Sell out your integrity. Sell your soul whatever you WanNa call it for that crib. Right, so we start to see oh God. There's this pervasive situation in Hollywood with Weinstein. What are people doing out of their integrity to be part of the system? So Pluto's as like see CCC. The cracks are there. The cracks are there, right? We've had to also have discussions about race. What is race? And what is this all about right? And if you've really done your research and you've gone back and you've looked at when all of this started in the sixties and seventies, there were Influences behind that that were nefarious right a lot of that hippy movement, Free Love the various intentions behind that in those cracks, getting exposed right now if you're awake and available to the new consciousness, that's arising right now, right? If, you're holding onto this old system like Hollywood sports. The things I want the things I want the things I want the things. This is this is probably been a bit of a challenging year. It's been challenging for everyone, but this is where I've seen. People struggle like i. want the things, but meanwhile poodles billing. Hey, and so saturn went in in December two thousand seventeen and he's like. Okay I'm going to push the button and there was like. Kind of blew up parts of the building, and so we started seeing things like mine revealed right, and that's. Lay fucking crazier way fucking deeper away fucking sicker than even the Weinstein thing I'm sure they're totally connected. Who knows? So we're seeing that come into our consciousness, and so what we as individuals started to see an our world was oh, my God I this illusion Neptune Pisces piscine illusion. I've been aligned to this person. In Holy, Shit it's outside of my integrity. I know I. had that experience for shore? I was aligned to align to, but I was involved in situations with individuals, and if you think about where. Again where you have Pisces, you're going to see where you fell out of line with your integrity. You're going to see where you lost the the division or lost the Integrity K.. So. That's where you're gonNA see like. I'll use my tarzan example. Fuck it, so I have Pisces by ten times so I started to realize that I had work associates that were just not good. Not Good and I I knew it I always had known it, but because it was about work career I. Didn't trust it right. As soon as Saturn went into capricorn for me, it was in the eighth house other people's money. I was like Oh no, no, no, no I'm out! I'm the fuck out of here I am. The fuck out of this shit like not aligns might not aligning to this for money, not happening like I would rather be poor than participate in sell my soul. For money now. Christ thank God and goddess that I'm an Aquarius. Value on it. And so. That's what happened. So all of you go back see where Pisces is in your chart and then sewer capricorn is in your chart. Let's say you have Pisces in your first house, so you had some confusion illusion delusion around your identity and something. happened. Capricorn in your eleventh around your community right and you're like Whoa you know I've been aligning to this community, and this is not who I want to be their sole many ways that this is GonNa look and to be clear I am going to go through this for the community may bonus episode. I'm going to go through the House says for where Pisces, during this transit, where kappa, corn is for you, and then where Marsden areas, because that's added this extra element of information. And, so a lot of us were labeled. WHOA right like don't want to be part of that. Don't be that some of us. Didn't you know some of US did not listen to our integrity and we kept aligning to these. Energies that were outside of our integrity. In so Saturn than whips into Aquarius and he does that in March, and he pulls out a cap corn just long enough. You know from March until July to say I'm look at this from a Hawkeye perspective. Now I forgot to mention Jupiter entered capricorn, so he entered the building that was blowing up. He's like I'm going to blow up some more global lockdown economy crashed. Right. And then Saturn's like okay I gotta get Outta here for justice. Second I need to go into Aquarius Aquarius outer space. With Aquarius represents I'M GONNA. Go up here and I'm GONNA look down. And make sure that anyone out of integrity. Will Be. Kay, I'm going Saturn's literally the police officer. Okay, it's like what he's known for hilariously. This is all had a lot to do with police in things like that, not hilariously exactly. How would I showed up in Pretty predictable stuff. So scandal, he's like And it's like he locked down the world. To smoke out the rats. K. So all these people got away got away. Only Epstein Weinstein. Kinda got away got away. This lean maxwell! She thought she got away. Or whatever you know, there's lots of people. Lots of people thought. They got away with it because they thought they were bigger than the gods. I think we've at times thought we were bigger than the gods, because that with we were listening to our integrity in understanding our chart and understanding, who we actually are not what we need to be for the things for the system to stay in the system, the robotic fucking bullshit system. If we were actually brave enough to be like this is who I actually am and what I actually want and I'm going to have to work really hard to get it, but at least I'm not selling my soul. Not GonNa give music away to label I'm not gonNA. Give my artistic rights away to Fuckin- TLC. Have a TV, show, or whatever the fuck people have decided to do to sell my integrity for the things, right? Because the abundance that can happen in air with the the work of the community is not only greater, but also in a lot of ways more fulfilling and plus Aquarius doesn't want things. Aquarius wants to be able to get up and go. Detach from things. K.. And I have to make a quick caveat before I forget because otherwise I will forget because I'm an air sign You know I went to the dump the other day to like I've been working on my house. which we we could, all should be doing right now with everything in cancer. Going in, we're going into our home and making sure it's we are preparing for the second wave, right? That's what everyone should be doing right now. So making sure you're in the right house. Making sure you got what you need, all of those things we you know. We got our warning sign and. The spring right so don't act like this is all over. It's not. At all, so we have this chance right now to be in our homes and just get everything ready right, and so that means getting rid of stuff, and so hilariously I you know I don't have much been doing some construction stuff. Go to the dump the other day and I've been to the dump more times than I can count because I've been doing construction a lot throughout the years and. It was a mountain. was literally a mountain of Shit, and there were literally trucks lined up, and then after that I went to goodwill, and I had to wait for thirty minutes to drop off a goodwill like I waited in a line of cars. We'll guess what that is. Aquarius. People are lighting up third load. They're giving away their shit. All of that shit that they bought with their hard earned money at their factory job in their factory lifestyle. They're giving it away now because we're moving into Aquarius. I had to say to my family a few years ago about five years ago or something I was walking through some store with my mom. She's like Oh that's so cute. I'm going to buy it I'm like mom. That's just one more thing I'm going to have to get rid of when you die. Don't do that to me. What what are you GonNa do with this thing this. This thing and she's like Oh my God. That's such a I'm like it's a good point. You're just earning your giddy collecting. So when you die, I have to take time out of my life to discard it. Do need it. Like. What are you going to get from that thing? Really. You don't need that much. We don't need that much. We need a few plates, a few forks and knives. Food is of course necessary we need. Bare minimum to live. Really we don't need much. We've really don't and if anyone didn't see that. One Saturday moved into Aquarius spring than. I mean that's what the lockdown gave us. It's showed us we don't need much. We really don't. We don't need to go to the factory and do the nine to five. We don't have to do that. We don't need to send our kids. The factory daycare ninety five. We don't actually have to do that. We can work for mome. We have the Internet de age of Aquarius. Right. Location Independence is incredibly valuable asset. To be able to just. Leave you know one of the things that we can suspect is going to be happening also the next. Let's say ten years or so is massive events, and we've already seen it I mean. The wildfires in Australia, the Amazon forest, the hurricanes, the the. Earthquakes the droughts, all of that has been warning. You don't get attached to Earth. Don't do it. Be Available. To flexibility be available to change. You, know I'm an Aquarius. My family calls me breaking news because my life is. Nowhere near routine. You know I don't even make a podcast every week. I'm just not that person I don't do it I'm error like I. Go with the Wind. Feel like making a bug as I make a gas, but don't feel like making when I don't fuck make one. It's flexibility to change into move. This is where we're going. Right And so once Saturn went into Aquarius. We all had the chance to really see that to feel into that. But what's happened now is Saturn has moved back into CAPRA corn. So you scan out far enough to catch the rats right? He put everyone in lockdown and he smoked out the rats. And Glean Maxwell, right? That's the first one worked in. We're starting to see NOCCO medicine. The people in a couple of astrologers and I mean this is just the beginning. K. Because Saturn. Is Back in Capricorn and it's on. K. He's got to clear house. To make room for air. K.. One of the things about Aquarius as it is very community based, and because it's very community based transparency is king. And a lot of people don't like the Internet in the resistant to it in the resistance to social media, all of this stuff right and again like adapt or don't, but there's an evolution taking place in. It's going towards technology. You can resist these things, or you can adapt to them, or you can hang on to Earth. Plant Yourself. You can do it. You're welcome to do it, but it's done so. It's up to you. Are you ready to leap into the new consciousness and part of the new conscious as what people don't like about. The Internet is that it is. I just use the word. It is visible. It is What's the word someone? Help me? It is transparent. The Internet is transparent. Can a lot of that scary right? We've lost our. We've lost our privacy. We've lost these things, but the thing is if we're acting integrity. What is there to hide? What's there to hide? What are you afraid of your privacy being taken? What's there to hide. Why are you doing it? I've been saying this for years. This is why I have been saying it. And Saturn is going to arrest. Those individuals who are going to become uber transparent in the age Aquarius everyone will be. So, why are you in the relationship urine? Why are you at the job you're at? Why do you live where you live? Why do you do what you do? In line with your integrity. You got nothing to worry about it. Except that like natural disasters and things like that are probably highly possible, and we're probably leaving the earth and moving into space so there are challenges ahead, no doubt I'm not saying it's like easy street. If you're an integrity, but it's not going to be as hard. Because what is there to hide? Editions these astrologers in these corporations and these politicians They're all getting ratted out. Because evolution is towards Era Aquarius. transparency. Integrity. Authenticity! This is a big one. My entire job and I've said this before, too is to allow people to be who the fuck they are. I had this amazing client. Today is a great session every pretty much. Every session I have is amazing, but this one was really amazing. The fact that I looked at the individuals chart and I've never said this to anyone ever before in reading and I said. I think you should be it I. Think you're a psychic. I'm actually going to tell you that you need to pursue the path of psychic and I don't say stuff like this because I'm very like ground grounded like loved Lake I'm like one of these people have to see it to believe it, which is so not the Aquarius, but I'm also kind of Aquarius. Never, like Oh, you should go be a psychic for a living like I've never ever invited. Someone's do that and I. I talked to this person for quite a while, and they said Oh. That's exactly what I've trained for, and that's what I wanna do is like holy. Shit I was like do that. Why are you doing anything else you know like? Why do we do it? Like, even if it sounds crazy, you know and I mentioned to this person I said. This issue actually people are going to be way more interested in the future. You know just because he can't see a dummy and don't real like energy Israel like we can see non form, and it's valuable. You know non form. Things are valuable. Right So, if you've been into astrology, if you've been reading your, you've been learning about who you are. You've been doing the work congratulations. You've been learning where you're cracks. Are you been learning where your shadows are? You've been learning about how those shadows and cracks have led you out of integrity in why? You know survival mode May. There was money issues when you're a Kiddo. So I'm in this marriage to stay safe, and it's like no, no, no. Is that really what you need in who you are? Is that online with your integrity? Right so every one of us has to ask that question right now now the extra. Here is now Mars in aries. So. This is where this next part of the year get so interesting. I've talked about the fire and all that and I don't WanNa talk about that for purposes of today, but this Mars is coming here to square. These characters. And so what I've been saying. About twenty twenty great reveal right. It's. Like. If you're paying attention, you've seen that. Right and it's. It's just begun because what's going to happen as as Mars goes into. Square Ju- Athena Goddess of not war, but she's the goddess strategy in war at be then squaring. Jupiter God you know he'll be squaring. Pluto the God of the underworld squaring Saturn, the god of time, the policeman and he's all about destroyed up war like he'll go to war for this right, and so this is really what's happening. Like this is this is a war. This is a spiritual war that we are living in right now and. In that spiritual war, we are either awakening to the truth of where we are going or were clinging onto what is? Right, and I could get into like the Pluto Leo Element of this and that generation and How they're like. The main culprits of this war again because they are the consciousness of World War Two. That's the mind that they were born out of. That's the energy they were born out of and so they're just fucking. This is all about them. You know this time once again. This is just what they do. They are very person centered, not group centered. Leo Is Not Aquarius. I'm not putting dominating stretch. Imagine when I say this, but Leo self centered. It is centered on the selfs experience right. And so that generation has been doing that in any way. That's a whole nother conversation which I'd love to have but. What I want you to think about that in your chart is whereas Mars in your. Where might that war show up? Let me. Go ahead and keep using my car. It had pisces may ten thousand dollars. There has been a lot of delusions around my career and work and then it Saturday back in house was about other people's money money, and like why you know why, and then Marsden's eleven like there's been this interesting stuff reemerging in my community, and then you can start to see the rulership in the charts, and all of those things which is also. Interesting so again for the community. I'm actually going to go house by House. I'M GONNA go through each rising sign and just kind of really talk about each house in in how to reflect with this next six months. Because this is really what the next six months is about and so a lot of people are on media. Break immediate break right now with the sun in cancer, opposing all of these characters capricorn UC and the in cancers like let me just check in with myself. Let me, get really clear right now about where I want to be positioned for the donning of the new era. Who Do I want to be with? What do I want that to be about an I? Also want to really emphasize that when it comes to Aquarius, it really is about service to humanity. Thing about a retired person, you know they don't have to go to work anymore right if they've earned their money and they retired if the economic system has allowed for that or whatever. So they usually volunteer 'cause you don't like and it's. It's like a very clear statistic that the sooner people retire like the sooner they die, because humans need to be in service to other humans, I mean, that's what's terrifying about these stimulus and welfare checks going out is. It's it's. It's. what's the word is? It's inspiring people not to serve humanity, which is pretty intentional from my perspective, and it's so not Aquarius and I've been driving. You know I forty percents. countries on welfare right now drove down through town the other day, which was a horrible, but anyway did it end there was there was hiring signs literally everywhere. There are so many jobs available right now. It's fucking crazy and were apparently in a recession. Like doesn't make any logical sense because. People are being encouraged not to work, literally encouraged not to serve humanity to stay in that old system will. Maybe we'll just give them. Money like a few problems after rich man's table to make sure you are good in the factory world in the factory life you know. You know again. Are you ready for Aquarius? The about? It's about serving humanity like. Are you only working to get money? Is that the only reason? That's something you've got really question right now and look inside of yourself or as the work. You're doing inspirational like. Are you inspired to do that thing you're doing because it's serving humanity. I'm not always thrilled the wake up in re charts all day, but as soon as I start reading charts and working with clients, awesome. It's like it's like a little shot of adrenaline. Every time you know, and I'm I've been reading charts for ten over ten years. You know I've read. Around the three thousand mark with clients now just over three thousand clients I've worked with an each time, not every single time. Let's get real. Humans are humans, but pretty much like ninety nine point nine percent of the charts. I've read the spin an absolutely phenomenal experience because I'm serving humanity and I'm like helping people, and it's fucking epoch. It makes me WANNA. Keep doing it. Because it's it feels good. It feels good to serve humanity. You know just sitting at home, and like sitting on a log, and just watching TV or whatever? Dumb feelgood. Doesn't. Gain weight your posture gets fucked up. Your breathing gets fucked up. Your whole body goes through lake. If you're just like sitting there if you're just sitting there watching something. Right the great value is really going to be on. The body. You know because that that is the one thing that we have some kind of control over. You know as much as we can. And again we can't control. The Earth is GonNa. Do we can't control the government's GonNa do, we can't control. Our neighbors are going to do what we can control his. Is this pod that we're in? And this is the spaceship that we really need to be most considerate of you know because if we are not taking care of ourselves, we can't serve humanity. That's why we take care of ourselves. Yes, to feel good, but also because when we feel good, we conserve humanity. Right if we're just sitting there taking our welfare check and just like Chillan we start thinking and we start wondering and we start reading the stuff and getting freaked out about what's happening in the world and we. We. Don't get up and serve humanity you know, and it's bad for our health. It's bad for our body is bad for earth is bad for our communities. It's bad for the world. So holding onto Earth, why are you taking the welfare check if you can get a job right now? These are the things we need to ask ourselves. And be a little bit brutal, but I gotTA. Be You know there are ample opportunities to serve humanity right now way more than ever I mean believe you know especially if you're adapting to the Internet age of Aquarius. Are. Serve humanity right now like people need fucking help. For Real. For Real, people need help right now in. You have a skill. That can help people. I promise you that that's the way God designed us. That's the way God designed us. We each have a really beautiful unique chart. Step into it. We live in inspired life. It it just it just so trump's like any political thing going on any mask any. Anything it just trump said it just like it just would. When you're in the service to someone you almost it's almost like you leave your body. It's like meditation or something you know if that service is that you designed a website, or you did therapy with someone or you you know raised chickens and gave your chicken eggs. Your neighbors like it doesn't have to be complicated either at all. But what are you doing to serve humanity? So. There's two minutes left. I really thought I was going to get this. I thought I had a lot of time left. But these are things I've been thinking about with the Sunan Cancer. Someone just wrote you. Genius is cool. That's. That's great that make see. That shit makes me feel good, right. It's like it's like who cares about what's going on. The world like someone just said I was cool. It's cool. So that's the message for today. That's what I want to say for today. This playback is available for twenty four hours on. INSTAGRAM. Of course. You can watch in the community like I'm going to do a bonus episode this month here in the next few days to really go through the chart. You can really work out this next six months. Like what are you need to do to get ready for the new era? What do you need to do to get ready for air? What do you need to do to be aligned to your integrity to make sure your living in authenticity k.? Because transparency is where we're going. Think about what you are hiding. Let's this. Is this woman to leave you all on? If the whole government cracked into your consciousness cracked into your phones. What is it you're afraid? They're gonNA see. That's going to tell you. Can tell you something. K.. So much to all of you. Speak to you all soon. These comments are great by the way. Thank you, thank you, thank you for these comments surveys in. ME. With any comments, questions or anything like that and I will talk to olive you soon. What if you're not afraid? Someone said then you're good. You're living in authenticity.

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Jaclyn Hill Doesn't Say Sorry, Eugenia Cooney's Toxic Family, And Girlfriend Wants The House In Her Name! |EP#45

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Jaclyn Hill Doesn't Say Sorry, Eugenia Cooney's Toxic Family, And Girlfriend Wants The House In Her Name! |EP#45

"What what what have you Tuesday Tuesday good good now? She's not feeling good the science you can tell whenever she's like no. I don't care tired tired you but that's my life story yeah. I don't like you. Only what's happening yeah clearly clearly what Talal we'll attitude today. Maybe it's time of the month that's rude. That's very rude. I think guys always take time Lamont then. What's your excuse was right? Excuse what does that mean. What's her exceeded? Guys always have the time of the month because you can't. You don't have one so what's your excuse. How do you know that because you're assist straight male? I can have my time of the month. I'm not always going to be happy. You know what that means though yeah I'm. I've been drinking a lot of water so I'm weakening someway. You are just making jokes. No not at all gross was going on everyone. How's everyone doing and we can't deflect how appropriate for today's conversation flat right? What will they say in orange new black the flecked pivot deflect or something like that? I don't know man so what's going on. One side of you answer to the side of the West. It's like no like I care about the world. I don't just care about myself on China at the world better like I'm trying to do with the central here. Get the party started what's going on. If one I've started coast the patron the simpsons I'm joined by my lovely fiancee Lauren and I. I gotta say this past week our about you like you not like the audience you. I feel like it's been late for like stuff news things happening so so I'm not sure how long it's going to be these are just some topics. I want to touch on any given my thoughts on the first first one that we've done to episodes on one was a frigging long <hes> dialogue that you did which you guys loved like Dane <hes> that's our most listened to episode so like props guys you must love me or love the the beauty community drama or things like like that even the t t of and we did a second update after she did like the whole video. If you guys don't know by seeing like this title already we're talking about Jacqueline Hill again and she did a second video. She does this on purpose for P._R.. She did a video this past week nick and I it's her doing more professional apology video. I guess you can call it but she has like the. She's has the background she's dressed. Nice is she has the makeup on and like you know it's not the whole like she even poke fun of herself and like put the little screen shots in the video of like oh not doing like the bathroom floor or the bedroom and like no makeup and sweatpants and all that and yeah she just didn't WanNa get shamed again. I'm just saying now I get that we're women and we can show things off but if you're trying to be more professional choose a different type you can't see it in that picture because her hands her up but during that video I was just like boobs. You can't even see it in that still hold up. I ain't got actual video. It's just like boobs oops. Hello I gotta play this real quick and see what you talking about here and like she kept she kept pulling. That's I'm just saying like there's a time and place if you you claim that you're trying to be more of a C._E._o.. Figure and be more professional and all that kind of stuff. I was staring at her. I was watching that on the big T._v.. And I did not see that Etel like I was paying senator facing what you're saying then I did not notice that right. It's low cut. Where's your mind going? I'm just saying you know there's there's different things that go into what she's trying this right. That's what I'm saying. What is going through a like? I keep seeing Singapore where it's like. It's like not there can then defending over where it's out of shot in real life. It's all over the place Doug. Oh women have cleavage. Stop China Body Shame. I mean not all women technically okay but you're still Gosh No. I am simply saying if she's claiming to be more C._E._O.. Figure more professional all that kind of stuff. That's one thing that goes into it. Yes you want to embrace your address. You yes women can dress themselves to flatter their bodies and be professional but when it comes to that no no they're you know you got to be tasteful because you want to be taken seriously especially in this world where it's dominated by men. WHOA no that I've seen that because you put it right in my face ace literal? I'm very tasteful. I think what are you gonNA do. You're a man okay. No No of course you think it's tasteful because it's nice to look at I was I I watched seconds. I'm also and like I didn't realize that I I'm just saying like it's a pretty shirt but I just think I like like the shirt in the background like flow together yeah every it was fine like it. You know that's the only thing I'm saying I'm just saying you were in like a corporate world. There's dress codes. I mean in the corporate world. I don't think anyone care except for the girls in the office but there's Taylor usually dress codes shirt like that crazy of address code like this just a slight like it's not like a low low cut. It's just a medium out say okay. Check in mind to make sure I'm not all over the place while I'm talking about this. It's not that bad look. I've seen worse like she. It's not like it's all out there Komo and here's the thing too she has average feel like size breasts where because I understand that women who have really really big breasts you kind of there's no combatting it but I don't know the Stop or where a candy like you know Camisole like those used to be all the rage shaving while you're trying to tell her ratty shaming. I am simply saying if she is portraying this professional C._e._O.. Image that's how you kind of take it home back to the topic. I actually actually WANNA talk about video wasn't a topic that I was really interested in until you pointed it out. Ah what else is pointing now anything that I have yet <hes> so I was looking and I'm like I you said like Oh. Do you WanNa talk about it. Someone podcast and I'm like not really like there's nothing there there to talk about you know she's explaining whatever like the approaches on the greatest and how like she explained this because I felt like she just push it off but it is what it is but then then I stumbled across an article from <hes> Jazz Abell Dot com and I was like hold up. We should talk about this because I don't think she said sorry. Sorry so the title of this article if you WANNA check it's on Jazz Abell DOT COM. It's called the future of Youtube apology. Videos is not really saying sorry so I was like hold up. I want to ask you Mike. I don't think she said sorry at all like Oh yeah rolling I memoir I played that listen to her for a minute or two into it. I hear anything that was like I'm sorry like throughout this whole video video when I first heard it she sitting there like explaining you know she. She got all social media explain this how she had to get all social media. Okay yeah go for you. Listen to it continue talking she. She explained how she had to get off social media to like work on this. There's and she fired a bunch of people within like the quality control area and stuff like that and she she did a lot of she says she saw in what hold on hold on will Mike Front this part. Oh No I scroll the wrong oh boy. It's not because I was embarrassed. We'll get to that in a minute. That's not at all the reasoning but I'd say I'm sorry it's so important to me that you guys know. How sorry I am in how embarrassed I am? This has just been and feel like hold on hold on and I feel she shh Shh let me get my word in edgewise. I feel alike and I feel like she says something again like a little after that no. I don't think it's like the best apology I'm I'm just saying she technically said the worst she said the word sorry but like she said the video was justification video there you go. That's the word out so here's the thing is like yeah. The first half was like her sob story about where she's been in like what's going on in that kind of stuff with her. Then the second half of the video is more about how the products and what happened but not really what happened kind of just dances around what happened again about one hundred thousand dollars on lab results where are they. They had to come back right now. Other people she fired and hired people went to another web. Eh People people are brought up good points that you know she claims how she hasn't left the house in a month and she's been doing this and that maybe see you should leave your house and go to the labs and see the labs and be there like in it. It's you know all the people that I've actually done this. Professionally forever are saying like yeah you should be like on the front lines like seeing what's happening orchestrating like having a say if you're if you're the C._E._o.. Or manager boss whatever if you should why not he'll real this should if this is something that you've always been excited about and you've always want to do and stuff. Yes it's work but this should be something that you're excited to do and want to be a part of what's also especially because yeah it's your. It's your images your business business. It's like if you have to make sure that employees doing good if you're sitting there managing them. Do you have someone in place. That's managing these teams that are overseeing the quality so if this is your first launch I would think you would wanna be the one who's kind of overseeing. Everything personal happens listening to her her second less video not this one that she made she was like on the floor and all that stuff. I think what happens with this. I don't of course I don't know this outside so looking in from what I understand is like it's Kinda like you rent space at like these labs like us. The people that are there is understanding listening to like like these videos. That's what Marlena was saying. We're in different rooms at the same time so that's why it's like. It's it's interesting because I'm like how do you hire hiring fire people because technically you're working with a company that handles like has lab has the equipment has the people and it's like. I'm almost wondering if it's certain departments of people that you can pick or higher because I feel like you'd have to talk to them. Even if it's it's even if it's the lab maybe you could always change. WHO's working for your pet projects? Maybe you know what I'm saying like. If it's through the lab maybe you can get other outsource saying that's the thing you're outsourcing to this company. It's a to make this for for you. That's why I'm like yeah. You say I'm not saying you don't but to be able to fire and Rehire people and then at one point. She says I'm pretty sure on this video. She said she changed like labs or so. Mike was at before after you hired and fired people because we changed labs. I'm assuming you just have a new set of people. I don't know maybe you should have. I don't know that we're listening can't say for sure. I'm just saying obviously interesting from the outside looking in my bed but I would say kitty good where if you did fun at its on the video like zoom in my face and like unkind job yeah. We don't know the actual answers that obvious everything. Maybe there is a process where they actually. They have their own people but I'm saying like this. This holes in this way doesn't make sense because if you're if you're at the same place okay you talk to the people there our management whatever and say hey come out got a huge backlash. I'm sure like they it doesn't work for them. Because that makes other clients feel uncomfortable uncomfortable about doing business with them. So of course they're going to do things to make sure it gets handled hot fire rehire people <hes> increased training things like that but then you're saying saying that you're wants to another building still within the same company just with now you know different people in that building. I don't know it's just I just different things. I thought watching this video again. I don't care about this makeup drama stuff. I find it interesting when it comes to these topics China like dig into it when it when they are interesting a someone I watched drama channel Peterman. He's the one that I always watch the year like you always sounds Blake. Perez Hilton to me sounds like it anyways so I like him because he's more just funny and lighthearted about it. He's not like one of these drama channels. That's so oh like beats down on them and like all kinds of stuff like he actually wants the underdog to win like he yeah but where was I going with this. He had said he thinks this video is like this video. The point of it was just to say okay. I'm coming back like there is no real point to it. It was kind of like a video to be like here. I am but not really and like like hold on. There's more like he you know. He says how like she's kind of the master of like continuing you along and just kind of being like like all right. We're GONNA like here's a little bit but wait. You have to wait for more and like that kind of deal and just I. I don't know I don't know and it's I'm fifty fifty. She I go back and forth like I. I don't trust her and her products anymore but it's hard because I know people are <music> sociopaths and narcissist in the world that can fake things but I don't know I feel like you can tell in her is that she's just tired weird and broken and like and the thing is that the end of the day we're all human and so it. Kinda sucks like I'm so I feel for that but at the same time the way she's handling things that I understand that you have to learn as you go but there there's been so many many people willing to help you so that it didn't get to this point and you just kind of ignored them like the whole going off social media and everything was a mistake mistake because as a C._e._o.. You need to actually address people like you can't run away like that. No matter for whatever reason you have and so I I have mixed feelings on it. I'm not saying I'm not like judging her character. Whatever ever or if she did this like two shady or whatever because I feel like that's what you're plying with that where it's like oh you see like the honesty. I'm not saying like she did something shady and all that stuff. I just think the needs to be better management. I mean I'm questioning something shady definitely because this whole thing has been weird. She tried to deny so much and it was like better management goods. That's why I feel like like then the day you should be seeing before it goes out to people look at it and see what happens the next release she does whether that's at the end of this year or next year whenever that happens she's. GonNa have low sales and people are. We're going to scrutinize it so you better make sure that it's hurt. It's hard because with her. You literally cannot have a second failed L. launch because if you do you're going to be done done pretty much next one. It has like your last chance to prove that you can do it right. The first time teams like double. Check these badges coming out before she chill like double or triple. Check stuff sometimes like like and she she even said she's like if there's one thing in like a whole batch and like a little something's wrong than the whole batch goes like that's as it should because you're you're playing roulette when you do that if it's like Oh. It's maybe just a couple. It's fine. No because you don't know who's going to get what solemn Oh my God I will say. I was surprised that she apologized directly to that first girl that she lashed out at on twitter. Emma was the first one no because there was this whole ordeal. Remember in like people really mad about it and she should adjust never or sat that it's good for her. I guess no not really she is. GonNa say everyone else. That's been affected. Well Yeah. That's yeah I think that girl was just the lucky one that got the you know direct. Sorry and that's it like no. One else is going to get a direct. Sorry they're going to get in general. I'm sorry this happens. It's not like she's going to justify defy like I fired hired. People got new lab. I'm doing great. I like. I didn't hear anything about her like being like managing things in handling things like overseeing how this process works time. It's just I don't know. I don't know that's just me. I think I'm going to drop on this topic SABIC. I'm not sure if we're going to cover this again. <hes> she's always popping up <hes>. She is losing some subscribers over that last video though nothing like what happened to James Charles but it's like there's there's a little bit of a decline there. She reactivated earlier instagram but not her twitter twitter you get that he and I had noticed too on the Jacqueline Hill cosmetics instagram ram the only one the only picture you can comment on was the latest one that had said something about their frequently asked questions thing and it was like a month ago and yeah everything else. You couldn't actually comment on so they were. They were shutting down as much as possible. You know what I heard that not not. Everyone has gotten their refunds back yet. I wouldn't surprise me. I'm like I'll say what's so hard about that. That's a surprise me because she's saying on the video she she's like. She's actually people all that stuff. I wouldn't surprise me that people aren't going to get the refund. Funds are going to be like I sent it and it is like I don't tell you I would not want to be on that team. Just just a wild you for those people that can't get refunds if you made it on like a debit or credit card. Maybe Call Your Bank and say you try getting a refund through you know through the company directly. You haven't gotten anything in like a month or so and you'd probably have a leg to stand on because you can show them the thing that like the email that says you would get a refund year at at least and you can prove like with bank statements or something. Sean Youtube Video. She posted this on this day and she said I would get it back. I want such on something else. That's still within the youtube realm and I know we've covered this before. It was with the Logan Paulin <music>. Oh yeah welcome Paul Jake. Jake was little one little one. Okay you know what I mean the younger so oh I was. I was on this one cooling Chilin. What did we cover what Jake Paul Now. I'm blanking the Shane Dawson of like whole series podcast before Shane Dawson one. Maybe this I remember that part yeah. That's been different do any of those relates Austin and Youtube. I wanted to talk about this here. I was holding back so I'm like I don't really know what to say about this but some thoughts can remind it's as you dig more and more into this like Eugenia Kuni in like Jacqueline Glenn <hes> another chuckling past history that I find interesting where it's like the deeper happening here and it's it's just weird so the gist of it. I'm sure you know 'cause I played some videos but if you're not familiar with the story I'm just going to give a brief recap. Shane Dawson went into the video about Eugenia Kuni coney however you pronounce your last name. I'm probably butchering it and she made a she made videos in the past shoes super skinny girl. You may be familiar. I remember when I first saw her. I'm like wow I've never seen someone the skinny and this was like way back when I was younger and I was just kinda shocked and Ashland okay onto the next one <hes> so Shane Dawson did a video of like her return because she came back Rehab. She looks to be doing a bit better. <hes> eating more all this stuff and after the video came out Jacqueline Glen which is close friend or Eugenia Kuni <hes> like felt Kinda. I don't know whether you want to call it like betrayed trade or like stabbed in the back by Eugenia <hes> she goes on to say you know Eugenia meet some comment where like like her friends were like pushing her. She had people pushing her into directions where she didn't WanNa go and things like that which Jecklin assumes like she's referring to her because it was hurt or close friends that were close to Eugenia. There are trying to get her help literally to the point of Shirking Eugenia to come to her house so they can call whole <hes>. What is it like some site psychotherapist or something like that to like evaluate evaluate her and it was like fifty one fifty. That is an involuntary like lever something like that where they can take you away if they really find that like you're not mentally stable. This was pretty interesting because the seems to be like a split in the road of this where Eugenia Genia is being controlled by her family which seems like more so her mom and then you have your dual Eugeniusz old friends jacqueline in the rest of her group that were there to help and support her and to me. It doesn't make sense. That's why why someone will why people on that side or like female like upset saying hey I know she was not in the greatest place but you shouldn't like overstep your bounds. Wait so whose side you're saying people that like so for for example you see your friends. They're going to a Hobo time there there. You could tell it being abused by their family. They're not eating being like they're just going through a battle with themselves and you're sitting there with your friends like okay. How how can we help this person. We know they need to half help you sitting there doing research trying to figure out right and you do everything to get this person help and then it seriously like this information comes <music> out online because she wants to tell personal stories say hey. I'm all right. I'm good all the stuff and then the people were like I've against against her friend. Stepping in the general public is against her friends. It's split the families against her friends. Oh Yeah Eugeniusz family does not like her friends. The saw any clarification on is who's again who was worried about the general public. Okay okay okay so some of them like some of them. Don't exactly what the friends did and I don't understand that part lie so I'm trying to wonder that's on like why. Why don't you understand it. How do you get upset at someone that that is trying to help their close friend. I don't understand that like M._r.. Now because I I would agree that I think what they did was a lot better because <hes> blood family is notorious for not always being the best or not having the best decisions or right frame of mind or all that stuff you know everyone has a messed up family family in some way and so sometimes the I mean not outsiders because they're inside because they're close to you but you know what I mean like. Not Blood family can can actually have a better heart for you or a better idea of what's best for you and kind of look out for you better then your actual family can happens a lot so I would side with them especially because we're talking about when you look get what's used a look like she. I mean she what I was telling him because he shell doesn't know about Karen Carpenter from the sixties and how she was kind of the one she ended up passing away because she got so emaciated and you just end up you know ruining your heart and just not having a chance and so she kind of made <music> that more aware <hes> and so you know we have the tools we have the ability to help these people and clearly they need it because if they're getting to a certain point of course they don't see it themselves. Of course they still see see themselves as not great. You know it's the body just more if you had all this stuff and they do need someone to step in to help them. It's like any other kind of mental illness. You know <hes> <hes> but maybe in some cases. This is worse because now you are you know you're just slowly deteriorating and then you're you're getting to the point. We're your heart won't be able to take it and then you basically like even what they were saying. Chains videos you basically give yourself a heart attack or heart failure and that's how that's how it ends and so yeah I mean that's the thing that's what's so crazy me is. How can you get mad. This person could have died if she just kept going and yes. If she is around a family that's toxic and she's around bad people who are basically no no pun intended like feeding into this then she would have died because that's the thing is you know she. She's around these people that it can make her feel worse and make it or make it feel acceptable or whatever the case may be. That's awful like and then that gets in your head and if that's who you're around all the time that's what's GonNa. That is what you believe and so it's a whole mess so I don't see at all. Why that's an issue that they stepped stepped in. I think maybe people are finding an issue that they're coming out of nowhere and maybe trying to get fifteen seconds of fame. I'm wondering if that's it but besides sides that I think they have a lot of fair points because that's the reality of it is they either stepped in or she would have died. That's probably what would have happened so I don't see why people are so upset because yeah there's boundaries but come on now when it's life or death like this us because you watched it for years. It's not like Oh. She lost a couple pounds and she just doesn't want to eat lightly. No this is a progressive the thing that's been happening so it needed help me. I'm just killing a book on the table. No we didn't kill it. GotTa jump somewhere oh well. It's just like a little fly thing gosh. Can you not know it just throw that won't die my guy. Can you let live have my bed but it just blows my mind that people have that Tran Tho- and it's like okay makes me wonder like. Are you being manipulated in some way. We don't understand this and you think it's okay like that doesn't make sense to me like Oh. It's your family. I'm sure sure if the mom knows best she's also she's saying it's like what's way. Family does not always know best no you. They don't always have your best interest twenty four twenty five whatever she's about our our agent she's sitting there like solicitor parents like when chain was doing the the whole video the lawyer was there you see him in some parts or whether in well he's like behind them talk as chaining her talking or sometimes he's probably not even in that uh like in that frame of the video but I'm pretty sure it's guys like in the next or something. A lot of people were saying that chains video wasn't even a fair representation because they're they're saying like it's basically a house torn a makeup video and it's too light hearted. It's not actually they said it's not getting to the real issue in the real the core of it <hes> and helping her in any way and that they think the lawyer was there to keep things in check. They think the lawyer there was there on the MOM's side. Ride that things didn't get out and so that you know she will but did she explain why like she was the bed. Ah Yeah and the thing is I can understand. Yes one if you don't WanNa air all of your personal details or two if it's traumatic and you're not ready to talk about. I understand that but I think it was more so she's being controlled. You know and see is scared of what could happen then if she actually came all the way out and it was funny because Jacqueline was saying in her video is she's like I guess her. Mom has brainwashed in her head like if you like talk about this I guess their relationship there. I don't know something about like your mom's GonNa have a heart attack <hes> and remember. This isn't like a little kid you dealing with this is so that's that was twenty four twenty five that is all you know and that's the environment environment you grow up in. You believe it. It's just it's crazy and it also is yes. You look at it like Oh. This is my mom. It's so it's hard you know. She's still stuck in that so I'm not surprised that she would believe that and that she would feel guilty. I'm Kinda. I really hope more details details. Come out about this even though I doubt it and actually is on the up and up I mean you got to because even you said the way she was wearing such a loose sweater in the Shane's video. I feel like like she. I want to say when he first opened the door. Her face looks a little bit rounder like her face as could maybe look a bit healthier but I don't know about her face. Look healthy although she wearing 'cause wanted to harder the arms of wishy like self harming. I don't that's what my thoughts were either. It's or enough or nothing. If you're that thin you could just be colder all the time because I know personally like when I was like twenty pounds lighter and I had lost all that way and I had gone to the gym and all this I actually was colder under more frequently just on the day to day and it could be any season and I think it's because you know like fat is insulating so damn. I don't know this is interesting. I just wanted to talk about that briefly. <hes> man okay off this youtube stuff. I WanNa get assist crazy topic here and this is probably one of the many reasons that we didn't think about renting when we were looking for like a place to move into when we bought our own place we just couldn't afford it. It's Connecticut we couldn't afford it but I mean also having to deal with. I guess in a sense of boss is yes but <unk> homeownership and being a condo that also has its own headaches those <hes> because you're responsible for more. I think that's a a reason a lot of people say say like some people don't want to own a home because they don't want to replace the water heater. They don't WanNa replace the roof for like certain things that would be all all on just then well. This is going to be some about for those people that are renting so I just want to share this information. <hes> this article on advice. If you want to check it out it is called inside the wildly popular form where landlords plot to screw you over and this is interesting so this is a website cold bigger pockets dot com and this website is targeted at property owners who create lasting wealth through real estate <hes> essentially it's real estate investors landlords that go on this website and it's like you can look at it as like read it for your questions in a sense so all these people people who own property they go on here like hey I got this issue and they lend their thoughts see like surface value. That actually sounds not bad of course of course people have to take advantage of it. They even have a twitter shoe yeah. They have a twitter big pockets t x t but I'M GONNA get into like one of these here which is wild so this guy goes and posts. Hello guys please help. I have a new tenant with children who relocated relocated in the area for job emotion from the day she moved and she's been complaining about the smallest things and he puts in parentheses. It's been about two weeks one blinds thanks missing roller <hes> missing lightbulb in Chandelier requesting a new fridge despite having a working one and he puts them parentheses. I you purchased a new one. <hes> A._C.. Is Not cool enough and I just updated the duct system in less than four years now. She just told showed me. A drug addict was in her trash can at six A._M.. On the sidewalk she did ask if she can look for another home but before but per lease she would have to pay two months rent for breaking gleese first time with this issue. What do I do way ways so question something as small as a light bulb? They're they're responsible for replacing because I understand when you rent schorr bigger stuff like the A. C.. See or whatever but like a light bulb again. That's why this guy's like these like small things like a bike is like I would just by the grocery nursery store you know like the same one blind missing roller. What is is that like the thing like I? I think it's the the thing to like twist it. Which obviously you need to open it? ECORSE bolaise over deal for you just to like because here's the thing even as a renter stuff stuff will go wrong or self-rule break or several bend or whatever I understand if it's like the fridge or the wash machiners different stuff that yeah they kind of are more responsible eligible for but like little things I mean won't maybe the blinds they are because what if it's one of those where like you can't replace like you know how we have the the light-blocking ones in our room. Maybe in some apartments you can't choose yours and you have to use the ones that are there and maybe it's kind of like that. I don't know but ah so I don't know see. We've never rented so we don't have that. It doesn't really fearing it. Doesn't I think she's just sound a little overkill though yeah like they literally like I'm not putting money into anything lightbulb goes. Hey any new light bulb. That's like three bucks and got a light pole. I don't know I'm trying to think of what any other minor things like just over time even though like even if a doorknob came off one of my cabinets. It's something I feel like I would get one just at make sure it matches because that's the biggest thing is you have to I know even with our condo like the doors and stuff like stuff passed a match on the outside to make it look like a condo so as long as it matches I would just replace it but one of the replies from the song that replies Louis Post this at stopper apply got hold on stopped responding to her petty petty complaints teller if she isn't happy that she can pay you the two months worth of rent for breaking the lease and have a good day Yep Yep and then I guess like in another <hes> so when I was said provide the tenant with five day notice to pay or quit you provide the necessary notice is should be up to him to do the legwork on this for the property manager of the same. Let's give it to the property manager to give the notice to leave until the tenant <hes> essentially like they don't care like if this lady isn't happy with these things it is what it is which I mean it makes sense because it's tough to say say and how like but they're still at the day someone's GonNa buy this place because people need to live but it's it's kind of interesting that they go like these forms like like people starts I mean but it is helpful so to me. That didn't sound like they were taken advantage in that one morning through I run it through a lot of examples that they have in these ones I like it. Fiction is good for the soul like how they spelled soul like a shoe saw not like your inner soul a man. There's a lot here hold. Please child for a lot. Do this play the jeopardy music and I mean maybe isn't it. I mean you made it sound earlier like it was so those wanting through this and I'm like Yo I don't. I don't think it's a good thing I don't know it's Kinda Dicey. I don't it might be a mixed bag because here goes one here <hes> yeah this is tricky because they're like days like these. The these landlords just don't care because he goes like a quote from vice saying tenants especially when talking about ports on its with several jobs and several kids. They're just trying to make life for themselves. <hes> landlords words are coming at this for as as much more from a much more strategic place to maximize profits mm-hmm and it's like I'm not sure if I'm making sense at all on this but it looks when told about the very believable rumor in the crunch San Francisco housing market wherein prospective renters bring baked goods the open houses to win over potential landlords <hes> interesting usually the other way round where like a real estate agent leaves cookies at an open announced. <hes> renters bring big goods. How celo potential that's it's weird? Isn't it just based on my credit and what I can pay you like what it comes down to the money because it's like if there I feel like that's that's kind of like a symbol. If you're willing to bring an item do there if you're renting looking for a place which is so backwards and being like Oh. This person's wanted to give me an item <hes>. I wonder how much money they have. Maybe they don't have too much money looking because it looks like they're just going for however they could make money is essentially what these guys are looking for. I mean yeah you WanNa make money off your real estate but okay here goes. One here was post that was post with posts. Oh Wow wow so. Let's landlord says I do not respond to petty repair requests literally just ignore them if they bring them up in person than tell them to go down to the store and buy <hes> buy some light bulbs if it is legit repair that is needed could fix it within twenty four forty hours yeah. I guess that's what I'm saying. I don't get stuff like that like I said Yeah. The the benefit of renting is an expensive thing goes out water heater you know oil tank or whatever her biggies helps because like they talk about California being a different beasts and like they're protected on all sorts of Laws Lars California New York or not the best it is my impression Saturday ten. It's or or mistaken your kindness for weakness in his time channeling your frustration correctly. Put Your foot down and take control of your property. They will say that's a very real thing. It's IT'S A it's a fine line. You have to walk as a business owner. You need to be kind and understanding okay. Maybe this article wrong but it you still still need to kind of hold your ground and know how to run things without getting taken advantage of because that's the thing sure business owners can take advantage of people but then it could be the other way around to people are very capable of taking advantage of business owners yeah so it's this fine line you have to walk of being understanding and helpful but being like okay. This is what you hire me for. This is where I put my foot down like you know and I I <hes> what do you call it. I watched him like people on us to do the whole real estate stuff. I'm like I hear their stories and their first where they like oh a handle this myself wolf and it wasn't the greatest and I gave this guy a chance on and he could pay me back like a week or two late and it was fine but then it started being like a common thing and it just got like I've heard those stories and it's just like the show. Maybe they're completely wrong. It's like my story of the bride that I have that I gave one exception assumption too and she has just been put me through it ever since through ever since you know and trying to get this Outta me or trying to do that or asking this and change in that and I'm just like listen this what I get for being nice so I get it so I'm going to drop that. I was completely wrong. I O that we're doing a good job is forty six minutes. Oh man look at that. You are like like we're GONNA make an album that content man guys. It's five star worthy so we got this ship advice here and and I thought this was so backwards and I don't think if your guy ever put in this position by girl please don't do it. I was GonNa tell you right now. Straight up so hello. This post goes on to say my girlfriend wants her name on the deed of the House and she doesn't live there. Oh you also made that sound different before you. He said I thought the guy wanted her name like he wanted to put it on or can you hear me wrong because I K- proceed USA glee now don't get don't get a big head. So somebody pays please of Van. I split up with my for my wife who I had three kids with and had to move on to a different city for work. I rent there with my girlfriends and her kids for the past two years I go back home every second. I can't weekend to see my kids into stay with my folks while the divorce is sorted I know I want to buy an apartment which can use to see my kids kids and for them to use while I'm away as they get older. My girlfriend wants. My girlfriend badly wants her name on the deed. Even though she won't be paying a penny of the costs Suppose she went crazy and said it proves. I don't love her and shows. She won't have a future we want. We don't have a future and now wants a relationship to end. Am I in the wrong. Okay see there's. I hate these red at things because they always leave details out that I feel like are important until you want one. How long have you actually been. Here's he's a his new girlfriend and her kids. He's been he's been in a rented. Please with them for two years my bad okay second so this is the house what's that him and the ex wife had and I assume that he got out of the divorce no okay. I raise the salaries so he he moved to a different city and he pays rent and this in this in the city for some place. They stays with his new girlfriend kit. That's an apartment so every the second weekend he goes back to the old house he was at says he is kids so the one he stays ex wife lives there. Yes ex wife. was there are honey so the new girlfriend wants her name on the deed make any sad though she doesn't pay anything the hundred. It's not even the paying anything. That's that's ex wife's house boo okay if this was your current booze house okay fine. We have a conversation. There's literally no conversation here because that's ex wife's house. It's not yours. It's not even fully his if his name's on it. I don't know why honestly because if your our access and like whatever you should be separate been sorted out okay but eventually it sounds like it's going to be the the ex wife's house so which means his name eventually would come to so this whole thing literally doesn't make sense. Why would you WANNA be on the ex. Wife's house deed weird weird. Okay sure you can be in the kids lives and try and play an active role there. You can make your own home with him. Whatever but this is. That's weird yeah because that's her. As far as I'm concerned. That's literally just the ex wife's house and then he goes there you know for the kids. That's what it sounds like. It's like e because you will have A.. He said he wants to rent. He wants to get his own place. That's closer to his kids editing but you don't get indeed there of course not your place <hes> no but you could be on the lease here Rehab He. He said deed. I don't think unless he's looking to buy a place so if that is the case. Let's say he wants to place in. He put your name on the lease but she's not GonNa go there to deliver anything. I don't know that's what I don't get wait so they're not living together right now who hurt him in the girlfriend with them yeah so wouldn't she live there like wherever he goes no so okay. Let's let me so why live here so we live here right. Okay we break up. I go to another city still went in this day to go work mark. I'm also paying rent at another place with this girl that I met in that city K. so we we have kids in this place and I want to be closer to the kids. I also have a place where they can come as they get older and stuff so I'm gonNA come back to the city that I used to be with you and place here right and she's not gonNA come with. She's not gonNA live in it why to a whole other thing. I'm so confused here because she's she's talking about. Oh I thought we were serious and all this stuff well then. Why aren't you living with him. Why why are you guys not like a unit go into wherever the hell you're going but she sees this whole thing. Doesn't that makes sense okay. She's pretty much saying if we're not going to be on the house from assuming is like the actual house and not the assumption of no. I'm wondering if he's trying to buy a house in the city closer which is a smarter so I think she's talking about that which makes a little more sense rather than the ex wives would nonetheless. I'm not putting any quote unquote girlfriend online. You and I got a mortgage together under two years boom. I got him guys. I got him seems weird because also like like I don't know seems seems funky. I think also ours it was a risk. It was a risk for us. What what does that mean sir. It's a risk when you're when you're like. I mean yeah when you're risked. What's risk yeah. That's what I always said. You're sitting here with an assumption that like Oh yeah I mean it's legally you don't really have a leg to stand on as far as who gets what if you were to go separate ways and it's a headache so people were like no you shouldn't do this. She's go dig this and that and it's like I kind of agree because it's like it's it's risky well. It sounds like I'm almost wondering wondering too. Is this girl like younger than the guy. I don't know it almost sounds like picturing my head like this guy. He's maybe like thirty five with his kids and this girl is like twenty three and she's like just you know trying to be serious and in it and like that's kind of in my head what it sounds like and so therefore. I don't know that that's what it seems like to me. I don't know I wouldn't do it. <hes> I probably wouldn't denton this risky if if a kid and they're like hey we're GONNA by police. I'm going to tell you the pros and cons of this prime more constant awesome pros but well they they way more say but but but put pros were more for us right yeah but it's also at risk so it's like if you want to gamble. You'll be my guest that we took back gamble and look where we we. We're going to give that me. You know what I'm so. I'm so happy for us. Oh my God congratulate chant what I'm hoping for not St Louis Mrs Looking at you like that was rude. S- augured looking at me like you okay okay mom on that one. I got fifty five minutes. We did <hes> on that note guys. I think what I think we're GONNA roll out with our. What do you call our listener message from last week. This is coming from from a little bit of everything podcast <hes>. Sh- shh I'm GonNa do we hear you. I'm GonNa play the clip now. This is regarding our last week episode on Friday about you. Being you being able to be sued <hes> for Mike over no like any business <hes> check the episode out. It's the last one we recorded. That's love and it's just it's a crazy story and it talks about like this <hes>. This guy took his dog so like some emergency vet. They didn't tell them that hey we didn't have that could take care your dog within like six hours and then call this guy back and by the time he took it to some other vet. It was too late and ought to be put down. Check out that episode. I'm going to get into Joe Clip right now and we'll be right back after hayler an inch the Dow it's Agila from a little bit of everything with me. I just want to say oh gee that is complete nonsense. I I don't know what to say. I feel like I have so much to say about this because we should all have the freedom to express how we feel with certain stuff and especially. I'm an avid avid avid reviewer. I review on Google Review on yelp review on stuff that I buy even on Amazon because at the end of the day we work so hard for our money we work so hard for that dollar and for me if I were to spend something even like twenty dollars an item that I knew I can get cheaper but they're guaranteeing that the twenty dollar items going to be more then of course I'm. GonNa provide a review about it. Because is it even worth it <hes> also when it comes to stuff like that. I feel like people do that when it comes to suing others just because they're small business and they're not a corporation because it's so different in a way where when you're in a big corporation. I I worked in retail for fifteen years at the front line as in management or even as an associate so I feel like in a corporation. When you write a bad review you actually tend to the customer customer say hey this is what I bought or even an associate Q.? Actually do whatever it takes to keep that customer because mentality of the customer's always he's right now when it comes to a business like <hes>. Let's just say like a little guy who doesn't have a corporation. <hes> you're literally. You know it's like I feel like they have the flexibility to do what they want to sort of way and you know the hurt their hurt by their business and of course with the story I would. I'd love to know even if it's a babysitter daycare. Whatever it is even a carpenter or a handyman. I would like to know the honest opinion of what people thought so we like. I said we earn so much. We worked so hard for money and we WANNA make sure we want to make sure that whatever we are are higher whoever were hiring whatever we're buying whatever service that we're you know. We're getting where you're getting that. We are putting in our money money into the right product. I'm not sure if I'm explaining that properly because I'm an average review air and if I went to a restaurant and I knew that was really bad <music>. I'm GonNa make sure that everyone is aware of it. Because my experience I look at the obviously how the place looks cleanliness. I'm looking at the service the associates how they take care of even when I go to a dealership and I'm getting my car service. I'm GONNA talk about. The person was extremely nice. They handle their customers. They offered me coffee and tea. They offer other services because I was one of those people who is on the other line and I wanNA make sure that I'm getting serviced. Properly does not even make sense. It might making sense here here. I feel like go on and on about this because it's it's kind of like. Are you kidding me but yeah going back to the story like no. Oh that person has the right to talk about their experience. You let that person animal die and the fact that a medical personnel actually like oh no. I'm just going go on vacation. Forget this dog because that's what he was thinking narrow. I don't think so technically the guy should be suing him for doing that like it's just oh my God so hard listening considerate. I know this is a tough one for everyone but at the same time it's like if I'm going to be spending X.. Amount of dollars on the service on a product or whatever it is and even to feed myself I self I WANNA make sure I'm getting the proper service because when I worked in retail. Let's put it this way when I worked in retail for fifteen years. I always keep the service that I wanted to. She's like a service. Sorry I give the service those people those people got the service that they needed so they got their money's worth and their experience to go with it any who that was a great segment. I feel like this is this is obviously this is crazy. What happened I know here in Canada. We have the interior area of the Canadian Retail Association so there are rules and regulations when it comes to customer service when it comes to pricing and everything and you know all of the above love and I'm not sure if the U._S. has that <hes> but other than that I'm we'll continue to share my experiences because you know at the end of the day like I had a bad experience choosing the venue for my birthday day and I've talked about it because it's like why am I being forced to buy into a service that I don't need to if I'm telling you what I want so you know I know it's if the estates is a bit different because it seems like you can find anyone's records and everything else in there so <hes> that's a tough situation but like you know what that's my opinion and you because we're doing so great. I love listening to your shows. Keep it up and yeah I got all rattled so anyways have a great one bye. Thank you so so men. I don't have anything to add. You pretty much. Summed it up. <hes> yeah brings you back to like. I worked. We we tell also so. It's like whenever sewing said had it like this or you know I saw label in. It said this price and it should have been on aw peg or something like that. It's always about just like having the person out I even though I'm working for a big company like I don't know I feel like even even though you're for big company you're getting these reviews on like yelp or Google and people were viewing saying hey my experience today wasn't that good because this autres it trickles down it does but it also like our oboe for you but for me when I was working retail at target way back I would go on yelp open <hes> Google just to see like every probably once a month or something like that and see like the reviews to see if I were named it will not name but see if I was working around that period and it may bumped into me and I give good service like I don't know because it didn't make sense when I worked at a call center before like it was Kinda based on your reviews and you reviews like helps you when you when people call in and like after they like an email or call or something and saying hey how that person do do you like the service they gave you. It's like it doesn't make sense where whether you're a big company or small company where you just up in suing. These people like if you want to say something negative about us no one for that goodbye. That's the wildest thing like we mentioned on less episode. <hes> we wanted to leave overview about our experience. We had a dog like through a pet sitter as we were away on vacation and just the experience with that and I'm like I'm kind of happy identity because who knows it may it. It's going to be definitely a bad relationship with you and the person but also like bad small businesses more so than big businesses are going to be like I don't like this. I know this lawyer this attorneys thing to at the end of the day with that is I know as a small business I would prefer. The person came to me directly with the complaint because at least give me a chance wants to make it right. You know what I'm saying like versus just venting it out online and now it's a whole other issue really WanNa see people. I understand Nabet. I'm saying even in an e mail something. I don't WanNa see people like this on good okay. Don't sue me over it. That's it just don't sue me shoe <hes> that's all. I got to thank you for your voice message. If you want to send a voice message about a question anything you want to talk about or response to one of the podcast episodes. Check the description. You accented voice much to anchor. We'll play it on the next episode as well. I got yeah well ric flair. Woo Okay guys get you on the next episode as always I'm. She del Cossa paging the simpsons. I'm joined by my lovely fiancee Lauren. We'll see you guys on the next episode may base.

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Episode 19 Garry Tonon: The Importance Of Defense In BJJ: The Origin Of Exit The System

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Episode 19 Garry Tonon: The Importance Of Defense In BJJ: The Origin Of Exit The System

"Okay guys today Gary Eugenia for us so super over excited to have him here on a boat cast then guys Gary Tarn is one of the most enthusiastic athletes seizure shifts to watch to compete so he just got third place. Jason Davis is serious year. He did the best match of the tournament and guests not to come to. And he's five times champion and the other just sad like everytime watching Kim competed. He's always like whoa his getting out of submission going straight submissions. And it's always amazing to watch and we just shut running tire structure with the hearing all about KP submissions and going straits vicious exiting the system. So if we wish teach how to get out of all the Jon benet vicious so we also have year michaels so thanks for being talk about talk about where you're born in the backyard. Oh interesting story. When a lot of people in Gary Tone I think they just see outside they see the you know the handsome handsome young stud? The you know the world's most exciting grappler but you know they don't see they don't see what's inside the origin story. They don't know like where where I came from all started one night. My parents were wasn't going. Well we're having to fight in my mom she wanted the blossoms team just separate yourself from situation. You know no one things to get aggressive or anything like that. So she goes out with her friends to a Latin. Dance this club and a good time. And it was there that she actually met Anatole Rana and Heus Gracie and after after. You're like minutes of passionate lovemaking and that bathroom and the club. A Gift From God was bestowed upon my mother. Gary Tone you know I mean I thought of Calling Myself Gary Gracie for it but I just thought it was a little redundant. I just took the name of her husband and sad tone so cool so talk about. How do you go to on so I got into Ju Jitsu from wrestling? Honestly I was raised by women. Mostly mostly see my mother. My sister were around my stepfather a little bit towards the end and I wasn't didn't really know anything about contacts mom wouldn't let him play football. Nothing but my cousins zig wrestling so I was like all right I wanna save wrestling somewhere around like ten something so my cousins did it so they never got hurt or anything and they loved it so my mother was like all right we in try wrestling. Let's see how it goes and I was supergrass that had all this pent up energy so wrestling ended up working out great for me and I had a good time but still wasn't like it wasn't like my passion or anything it's just like really liked. Doing those are the New Jersey. Were Arrest Bill. Yeah Yeah for sure for sure. So you're doing youth wrestling address onto high school a little bit just like the first year and that's when I found you did suicide after my first year resting on it a lot more so you were Wednesday titles no no no no no. I don't even know if I've really made maybe occasionally I'd have a Farsi match like if somebody was like missing I would definitely wasn't likely head of the team or anything. I wasn't anything like overwhelmingly good and wrestling. Maybe when I first started against other novices just so aggressive I would literally so so. They start the match and they'd have like one guy on this side and shake hands instead of engaging like instead of immediately going into collar ties or whatever you would normally do in wrestling my my strategy at like eleven years old. I would backpedal until I was farther away from the person. Just free for index and go for a double X.. I literally the doubt Dovan. I didn't know what I was doing this kind of how you pass card I pedal but that's until I finally got yelled at by some referees football tackle people or something like worried about like kids buddy hands and yellow the gare. Maybe I'll take a different approach anyway. Ah Nothing special honestly. The level of teaching was a little bit rough. It's like the way that they taught American wrestling coaches. I had was very much like Gogo. Go Oh like you put as much strength and force and like endurance into whatever it is that you're doing and like all right. We show you a double edged for like ten seconds. Now we're going to drill that double leg a thousand times but like not just drill it like slowly. Learn the technique like we're going to do to fasten as hard as possible almost like we're doing it for a cardio workout instead of like actually learning how to do a technique so oh I probably learned a handful of techniques like ten percent of what's necessary to finish the technique so I mean by the end of five years of wrestling I really I know that much. It was basically like grappling experience. Like if it plays anything into my Jitsu game today like what I did in those first four five years in youth wrestling. It's probably just getting acclimated to the idea of grappling. But that's all that I really felt that I didn't really learn how to really wrestle until I started doing Jitsu took wrestling privates from dining pletcher. Captain has gotten team at broadcasters. John shows a lot of judo and wrestling. I started to incorporate that but I was always fond of that but it I really don't think I started operating at a high level. Well doing it until well after I started so under started USA holder. Technically I you class. I took it fourteen but I was like a little anime school and they only did it like a couple of times a week. It was far from my house. I couldn't really get there. So maybe I trained for like a month and a half didn't really learn maybe learn how to do ruin took over. That was it. They kinda similar mentality there. Where like they're like all right? We're going to do arm bars. And he just fifty armour's but never really showed us how to finish one and miss for multiple reasons. I didn't really catch on there so I just kind of like I was there for a little bit. I was kinda interested in it but it wasn't working out. I also like didn't have a car or anything you know. Fourteen years old. nope couldn't ride my bike and outdistance so it just kind of all fell apart from every angle. So it wasn't until I was fifteen and I really started at town boss of school where I was going to Jitsu subtracts every day multiple classes day training as long as I could you know and I was able to ride my bike. There was far enough. It was close enough away from my house without wasn't a problem so it was all up to me now. As far as how much effort I wanted to put into it and that was the first time that that was ever true for me because everything else I did as a kid it was like all right. You'RE GONNA do. Basketball are starting to his soccer. Whatever your parents bring a practice and it's like you have to go? There is no like it was up to me like if I wanted to go to gyp practice. I rode my bike there. If I didn't I didn't I didn't go but I always wanted to go so that was the first time where I had control and I took like I was just like our. I Really WanNa do this and you know Tom. The blast was like a huge huge mentor in my life. At that point you know that was like my first outside the family big strong male role model which I actually like followed in any away again one day this is your time reflects with him. You may or you're just what was it definitely helps because you're definitely engage in a little bit more wrestling anime like just a higher percentage of time. Because you're starting your feet right so when I'm doing my shoot boxing. Workouts accounts like every every day and while I'm sparring like a mixing and take down sparring so big on so it's a little clumsy but I'm doing more rest thinks thinks changes than I ever would have if I was just training Jitsu every day because we trained your everyday like some people start from the seat but even if you start from the feet like let's be honest if you're any good you take somebody down in the first minute or so. Somebody gets taken down. Somebody falls down and then the rest of the match pretty much occurs on the ground. Let's get submitted. And then you stand back up right. So the percentage the time you're spending actually practicing wrestling so small so I tell all my students and anybody that actually wants to get good at wrestling set aside some time to really do to really wrestle or at the very least if your school's not acclimated to that like intentionally stand up during your roles that all the time on there's like I'll I'll just like be in Some position and instead of sweeping somebody I just stand up and like all right. Let's Russell now just because I want to practice it right but in terms of your question do I think the anime health I absolutely do. It's very different. The wrestling Firma makes got offense. You know you got strikes to deal with. It's very very different. But I will say just the I guess the pace and the intensity of super township retake down like that I brought to that can nudo match is very similar to like what I would bring to a mixed martial arts sparring session or fight of US Bernard I came in to watch you train. One day. Remember you got your controlled with the strikes but the wrestling you weren't you guys were. It was a high level Russell from edge. I forget the guy's is naming it may find's youtube were battling and so it seems like you go full out whether wrestling and you feel like because I see. Yeah this is the most recent one was thinking you've had some incredible matches like memorable had the the when Gillan to nothing match with Chechen. which is you have one of the most incredible match the crown and so but the difference to come back with a medal this time and to be this close to avoid maths here? That's true. I mean the Jacob match right at the end had bar and so I think one thing that probably tire word WanNa know. It was like so you have this ability to find yourself in a horrible as you should get out and go to position as the entire structure that we shall sure. I'll do develop that. Is that something that you don't train your people getting some visual holds that kind of stuff. Yes so there's a lot to the AH I mentioned in the DVD but there's something special about savings emissions. That's a little different. I think than most of what we do in Jujitsu because you have to force force yourself to practice it like every other part of Ju Jitsu for the most part. It's like pretty organic. It's like you have to pass the guard like you have to try to take somebody's back. You're you're gonNA eventually have to try your own submission holes otherwise you can't progress right but you don't have to try to learn how to escape things unless unless you're in a position early on and you did see it like when you're a white belt blue belt where people are constantly putting you in submissions. That's probably the phase of Jujitsu where people spend the most time learning how to defense missions the after that once once you learn enough preventative strategies. Like all right. Well I know how to protect my arms. I know how to protect my neck. Now you've every roll. How often do you really find yourself in submission danger? Probably not that much. So in order to keep that skill equal to all these other skills at your building I have to go all right. Well this role. I'm either going to start in a fully locked arm bar or I'm going to you something in the role to give my training party arm and this is something that from early stage for instance here so you do that everybody gets. The guys were lost. ORLA their water star. I think both are important. Like obviously at the beginning when you're first starting it's you you know it's not even so much as important. The level of the person is more important the level of control. They have right because like I go with the bell. He's like just taking angry angry spat and even though he's good and just the arm. Well now I'm in trouble right like Gordon. Like he knows like when an arm's going to break so like even though he'd he'd probably GonNa tap me he's not gonNa hurt me he's GonNa slowly go through it so it's like I think I think the important thing is to find trading partners that you can train within a safe enough way. Were you can give them a lockout submission and like you know like all right. This guy is going to protect me. Like he's GonNa lock it out to the point where I could get hurt. But he's not gonNA take it any further than that and I think that's where teamwork Jujitsu kind of comes in. It's a very individual sport but it takes a collaborative group of people to like make an athlete. Like because if you I didn't have that you just had a bunch of scumbags training with trying to rip off all the kind of tough to go on but yes so I would put myself in bad positions all the time time you know from a very very beginning. Tom Used to tell me like. Hey Mom you know. It's a super important like you gotta learn how to get out of that position. And furthermore you know when I was with John he explained that like you know it's kind of like the fundamental basis of what we do. It's like you know if you can't escape bad position. What are we even here for because once you get put in a bad spot it's over right and and now once you get good at all those defenses? It opens your offense up so much more now I can do moves where like art expose backlit so if I get back like all it exposed and our of a little bit now no big deal and be able to find a way out of there and just gives you so much more confidence to try like you talk about being exciting and doing like a lot of a lot Crazy moves and stuff like that. It makes it a little easier. Do things like that. Because now there's less risk involved higher risk. I can take away the more. I can take risk if that sounds like it doesn't make sense it does we were there. There was a flock of people would go all the way over. Your match is all of them. Were these action packed. Micky Ward Godley Way. Ah to Bob Boxing and just back and forth but you put yourself in some crazy danger and next thing you know you're out of it and that's when the crowd is you get those deep I go. Oh and that. There's nothing worse when you're competing. You're getting a submission. Someone's getting out just like one million percent and you're completed frustated so and then that's your thing. So so you're you're probably get the chew 'em universes universes ready to marry frustrating. I think certain people you know because I always had this is a weird thing to brag about. But I'm GonNa Brag about it anyway. I think if you take a look at my my matches more so than any other athlete like that ever existed. I probably get my back like more often than or guard past. Whatever you WANNA say more often than any other athlete now when you look at that at face value you would say to yourself or I will if that happens like you know he must suck? It's like but saying that if I'm if I have my back take in more often than anybody else. Why am I not getting submitted like why is that? Why is that that person on my back? Is that not resulting in ended ended the match and these are questions that people should ask themselves like the true value of Jujitsu in my opinion is to be able to damage like this is something that John has has preached is to us like once I started going over there. Is that like. It's a martial art. We should be able to have tools to defeat opponent not just like pin them. You know pending is it's not final unless you can pick manet now I can hit. People want to pin them so they're a little bit more valuable. But if you if you can't then you don't have a way to actually. He ended the match. Let's get into confrontation on on the street as a Yak. Hold somebody inside control. But it doesn't end the conversation for for say right like submitting somebody does. Yeah this strangling. Somebody's the king of this missions. That ends the confrontation so super super important to me to be able to be both good offensively and defensively I think mm-hmm show this past. ACC your squad at the mall. Submissions by far. Yes I believe so I think it was. It was a pretty drastic difference because because I think autos was like next in terms of medals. Maybe but it. The submission rate was completely completely off the year. You one in two thousand fifteen. You had the most efficient world where I think it was I. Just there's a mid one match people crazy the legs too so impressive ways newer but oh one feeder calls me about you and Gordon. Is that like when lights are. It looks like you guys really everyone who competed against Jilin. He was my teammate. Time and done of high for that match and was in writing the first match second read probably. I have a feeling they probably did that on purpose. I see what they're trying to do. You know what I mean like. I think they get excited by that stuff as much as we do for sure but then like what goes on I think all the users who would love to hear what goes on your mind on that time I match dimension the biggest hype what we're thinking like. Oh man you know I was excited. It's it's funny like you. Bring it back to the Dylan match. But even in the canoe match it was a very are similar like we kinda parallel the two because I had a previous match with Now I didn't have a previous match with Dylan. That was my first match with Dylan but there was like you said there was some conflict right before the match. Same thing with canoe a bunch of conflict a little bit of back and forth we had a match. Before that wasn't it was a matching. I wasn't happy about the things things that happened there. So both kind of similar and yeah I came out in both of those matches with just like a a mindset of like I can't as much as I screw around sometimes I'm playing like very very loose in both of those matches. I was like no this is I have to win like I'm going to have to crush these guys like I really want to go out there. I want to show everybody what I'm capable of because sometimes like when I go out I I have a just a different mindset. It's like I go out there and I'm like all right. Let's see what my opponents going to do. I now I'm GONNA calendar in those matches. I went in there to win and that was the for the most the thing that was most present in my mind is really is really but but like you said dogs really put a different level of energy and natural setting is excited to be there. It's like all right. This is what I live for. You know because there are some people that when that time comes they shrink and grows incredible competitor to yeah. This kind of styling. Showman doesn't really want to win. The really wants out of the fans. Yes it's always cool to have a match where both guys are really are really trying to win at nine. Not like really trying any win. Like I'm just GonNa like clam up like maybe that score my points and I hold out like all right like I really want to submit this. I really want to like get my attack off always. That's what creates the most exciting matches. People are always looking. Oh what's the best rule said. You know what rules can we make. It's going to make matches exciting. It's like it's not really the rules. The grapplers even have the guy that doesn't you want to participate in a grappling match. You know and I'm just like shell up like this. All of a sudden. The mashes not expire. Shut them down. That is far as but you really feel defense. It gives you the courage and the World Health to get in there and kind of let it all hang out. Sodas I look at his foundational allegations. Like like. That's your to me like that's your building block. It's like every time you screw up like everything you mess up my guard. Pass a mess up my armlock or whatever. The case may be the worst case scenario. Is You ending up in a submission or ending up in a pen. And if you can't if you're not really really good at getting out of those if you're not like supremely confident AH and your ability to recover. It makes it so much harder to do all the other movements or the anxiety things that you're talking about like some people shrink under the pressure. Turn things like that that anxiety builds up. Because you feel like you can't do the task that's at hand if you screw up from view on if you if view like done it a thousand times that like a Manic Eden. If I screw this up I think recovered. Actually that's one thing that I do like so a lot of people visualize before they can they'll be like okay okay. I'm going to visualize myself. I'm going to go in there and take his back strangle. This is my game plan. This new think something very different and I'm sure other people do this as well but this is something I I think is somewhat unique to me. I don't like to visualize just that. I go in and destroy the competition and very rarely. Just do that because what happens is when when you go out there and compete you find out. Hey this is a living breathing human being that also bleed like I do these game opponent. I AIN'T GONNA I'm not GonNa just walk on and across the sky. No no no but you know so when you encounter a struggle. It's like Oh wait. I wasn't expecting this. Because you've just been visualized dominated. So where do we go through. And I go in. I know like all right. I want to visualize attacking opponent then getting putting the worst position possible getting now instill winning the mets being down by four points and then taking his back in serving in and these are the kinds of things that go through my head so that it prepares me like none of this is what we prepared prepared for it like. He knew he was good about you knew he had a good arm bar like that. No problem you're going to get out of this. You're going to recover. You're going to get back and that I think that helps me ally and enemy the as well as an animator. Just show many question marks so many bad things that could potentially happen that I need that and like all right. Well maybe get knocked down by a punch and I still got this. I like I still got a way to recover and beat this guy. Maybe he takes me down I still I still think I can find a way to victory instead of just being like go out there. One Punch got this you you know who are more Gary so about these structural that you just did explain what sadlier show like a vicious case from everywhere or share. Yes so I'm trying to do. The best. Degree possible encompassed as many of the main submission holds in the sport of possible. I think I narrowed it down to like roughly like fifteen ish submission hold something like that on and then the issue is is that within those subsets missions you have all the variations of this emission but also coordination positions that they can be done from as well so looks like there's a lot to cover so I'm gonNA cover as much as I possibly. Can you know who knows what's going to happen. Once we have all the all the kind of jumped up and we can take a look at it. Maybe it could be a two part series. It's it's hard to say but for me right now. Ideally I want to try to give as much of a full look at you know defending submissions as I possibly can and like I said I'm adding that element of every time am I defend. I'm trying to find some way to counter attacks on campus. So that's GonNa be in there as well. I don't cover that. I don't cover the tax as in-depth simply because this the focus is on defending this emissions but I still want that mindset of we gotta find a way to attack the majority of what I would like to do is create a situation where they watched. DVD and they just used used the strategy of the DVD to kind of come up with their own ways then things and their own ways to progress in the sport because even watch a DVD. And you only have so much contact. You'll have so many things as you can learn you know and if you can find a way to take principles or concepts from that and then apply it to your own. Do you know. Maybe they have their own favourite escapes or whatever the case ace me that they like they may not like what I'm showing may not be. It may not be accustomed to their body type. Whatever the case may be but you understand the concept behind it understand my philosophy and my way of thinking it doesn't matter about the techniques specifically that I talk you can kind of find your own way and that's what I really want to give you an arm bar when you were showing them escape and said okay? What's really blocking me from coming up right now because you show what happens to the non bar if the head is not blocked shares all case in what I need to do now is address the legs? It's sort of a very intuitive way. And I think that would explain why you flow so well when you when you fight okay. What what is blocking me? Rather than okay step. One is to clear the way. You're more addressing what's going on. Yeah you teach them how to be problem solvers cow. That's one of the things. John Really well teaching us as well. And I think it's a much more useful thing because now it's like having Having an ability to organically when when you're competing things are going to happen. That may have never happened to you. Like you're gonNA when you when you train like. I'm sure you guys have encountered situation. You're like WHOA. What the hell is it? I've never seen the foot quite there and I've never been caught with this particular setup you got guys. There's there's hundreds of us out there competing at a high level like somebody's GonNa come up with a way to set something off offers you haven't seen before and if you're not good at problem solving this is something that John Lewis says if you're not a great problem solving and you only just memorized moves like machine when that new problem arises. What are you gonNA do your home? You don't have an sometimes not used to. What I found is that I wanted to masters one year but the shape differently there instead of having all mats that are done in a rectangle card or I was a bit? This feels weird. This doesn't I'm feeling ever felt before. And then if they're trying to just memorize what you're able what you thought about the distraction screws up your frame of thought. Oh you're wave just intuitively solving the problem. Whatever comes up seems like a better way to do it? Your fro- jaw. We noticed that kind of cheaper a shade structures that everyone was coming here and say Oh this technique bowl and joan was like overwhelming call. Six calls have school since calls. Have Salt so oh you don't do exactly what he's shown as long as you understood the closets. Now you know that I think are kind of get into boy seller videos we. We realized that. There's a lotta great free stuff there and Youtube. I'M GONNA go look up any movie. WanNa get share for what you can't get on the concepts that you've teach here in order of the way in order careful Kirker. It's tough when you just one of the things. I think that I usually described my own students especially at a basic level that John has done differently and now we new differently with teach is I think people start training to Jitsu. It's like the there's a big puzzle we're trying to finish and they start training and they take class and at one class they get thrown five pieces of the puzzle but they're random pieces right they might not. Even those five pieces might not necessarily Connecticut now. I would say in an average average teacher at least or it gets a little bit above average will at least give you five pieces of the puzzle that connector agendas so at least you have some sense of what's going on. I I would say most teachers know. Probably probably just give you five random ones average William probably somebody that doesn't compete or whatever Here's a here's an not a teacher. He he connects those but one of the things John does before you had those random pieces at the beginning. He shows at the whole picture. Like you know when you're making the puzzle you look at like the finished the product I can help put the pieces in a lot of people. Don't get that full picture until they've been training for like two years because now they've collected a hundred pieces of this puzzle. All right I kind of see what we're trying to work with you. So what he did you know. I don't know if you saw the Joe Rogan podcast or if you get it in any of the DVD's here talks about that. Like four step stop system. All right we're going to take the guy down we're gonNA pass his legs are we're GonNa pin them in different situations and we're GonNa look to extend the lemon submit and you go through that simple process and you're like Oh that's what you did to us there. There's the picture now every technique that I learned I fit it into that little rubric can make this. I can make this puzzle and you see that so early on and I think that's what helps a lot of these athletes that he teaches and I teach move along a little bit faster than some other guard. Or you're just finish like our advertisers yours kosher discretion. So what's next to like on your on so for me. I'm hoping to fight the first first thing in the in the beginning of the year. I'm hoping that January. I was hoping to December. But it doesn't seem like shaping up there was like renegotiate my contract because like you you have a contract for a certain amount of fights etcetera and then if you have your last fight then you're out in the free market and everybody can fight for you and whatever and obviously that's not in the organization's stations best interests so you try to. They try to find a way to make sure that you never end up a free agent and like hey listen we wanna keep you if they like you anyway. Hey We wanNA keep you know. Here's what we're going to do. And then so it took a while to negotiate and just figure out what was good for both parties. What was good for one? What was good for me and now that we've reached a good solid agreement? I'm I'm very happy. I think they're very happy. We can move forward and I'm excited to see the other things that I can do in one I hear that Potentially next year in two thousand twenty the coming to The US possibly New York one hundred percent. Sure if that's confirmed. They haven't released all their cards but I'm really looking forward to that. That's a possibility you know so. I'm just getting my experience and I got five fights right now the greatest guys in the NFC or somewhere up to like thirty minutes or so some people some people even more so right now now with no amateur career and this only fights that I've ever had in my entire life like I'm really just focus on. Let me try to fight as often as possible so long as I don't get hurt I'm GonNa keep flying right now. How long currier? So that's where we hope to goes says academy and everything. Ah Get as a as a as many as possible. Get that experience and more very soon. I should be fighting for the championship belt. I would think at one fifty five. I would imagine maybe maybe one more fight. They'll give me and then the championships. That's what I'm hoping for. And then you know I haven't bigger plans. I'm always looking to the future. Seventy seventy pound belt as well you now And then after that we'll see I'm not really sure but those are my next two goals by two big goals winning thirty five hundred seventy fifty five win. Though the one belt unification notch would you could be technically in the is a different way category. It's fifty five for thus but they call it seven eight and the reason they call it. The other way is because the weight cutting is completely different so to be probably walks around somewhere around two two hundred one ninety five and if you walk around with that. I don't think you'd ever make fifty five in one way in like twice in a row if hydration pass ask you can't cut that much weight so technically we're a different weight classes. But what if I could be a man if I was in a position to do it and I had the experience and it was the right time obsolete. Absolutely you know Do I think I can beat them right now. Oh I can't wait till after this interview comes out and everybody tells me on the piece of Shit for saying this but do I think I could beat it right all year. Whatever you're Delusional but dry them right now driving. I get beat almost anybody in the world around my way class right now yes in do I think it's possible absolutely. I have the the skills to submit power. It's like a great boxer has a devastating knockout punch Mike Tyson in his prime if you throw them into into a UFC. If I could he be anybody in the world of course how could you are. Of course I'm not saying I'm Mike Tyson. You get the idea. I have things that I can do. That ended in the question. In what percentage of the time I gonNa win that fight them I gonNA win nine out of ten fights against Kobe Bryant now probably not. I think that would be delusional for me to think that I am. I GONNA win one out of ten fights. Maybe I think that's realistic. And things related to believe that ten one out of ten times. I could be that guy but I don't WanNa go. I don't want to get to that level and just ten percent you. Would I do that to myself. When and said I could have a successful career in Gordon exactly via and be the champion and you know NBA Dominant Force. Like it's just not. It's just not time for that right now. Going the way it is. I'll be ready for the challenge. Show right here on. But but I'm looking forward to fighting guys like that and fighting at the highest level. I'm doing this to be the best. I tell people all the time. Hi I'm just going to take a fight. Feels like dust me dangerous level headed answer. I ever got from someone one from Jersey Bro. A for example many times guys great. Here's Utah but it kind of little and this doesn't work so I think it's because you're crazy fast and anything can happen Glasgow one section so I knew he was talking to you about it a little bit too and I also agree that there is a certain degree of like explosively require visa or any and you know I hate to break things down into attributes because I much preferred to imagine that in a perfect world that as long as you have the best technique like you're always GonNa win but it is an attribute that definitely matters. It's hard to argue because I mean even just striking itself it's like then you're not explosively striking. They can't punch people like this. It just doesn't work. We've seen some Jitsu guys. Just don't have the fastest five minutes. Defending municipal can cook for sure. Yeah no jerry take so much. Thanks guys having a great time producing this instructional. Watch you on Youtube Youtube. Don't forget subscribe to a podcast. 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Migrant farm workers are dying of COVID-19. Whats being done to stop the spread?

The Big Story

22:01 min | Last month

Migrant farm workers are dying of COVID-19. Whats being done to stop the spread?

"On the farms in southern Ontario, where food is being grown and harvested people part of Canada's temporary foreign worker program are struggling to stay healthy. They come to Canada to work in the fields and greenhouses that feed US gone for months at a time leaving behind their families and their homes by two thousand twenty terms. We would call them essential, because it's difficult to imagine our agricultural supply chain without them. But they aren't being treated that way. There have been over eight hundred confirmed cases of covid nineteen among migrant farm workers in Ontario and as of Monday nights, three men have died. They are survived by family members, wives and children. Now that is our on these operations. Problems in the program are being highlighted. An Ottawa has promised to overhaul the system. So what's causing the outbreak? How do we stop the spread? And if the government is promising to change the program, what will actually bring lasting improvements for the people in it? I'm Stephanie. Phillips and this is the big story. Catherine blazed bomb is a national reporter for the Globe and Mail, Hi Catherine I. Can you tell me who is Bonifazio Eugenia? Ramirez and how did he die? So Bonifazio was actually the first migrant farm worker to pass away on -Tario after testing positive for covid nineteen, and he was just thirty one years old, and he has a wife back home in Pueblo. So she's sort of planning his funeral and burial, and all that right now, which is obviously super gutting so? Mr. Eugenia Romero came to Canada in February of this year, and he was employed at a king's vill. Pepper Farm Woodside Greenhouses. And he came here as far as we know. Through temporary foreign worker program, and had been working at Woodside and you know at sort of towards the end of May he developed a fever, and this was registered at sort of one of the daily temperature checks at the facility, and so the director human resources there drove him to the local hospital. The get tested for COVID and. Basically what what ended up happening was broadcast show was moved into a hotel to self isolate, and he turned out to tested positive, and he was checked on every day in person by his employer. And? Accompanied by a translator, because Paseo only spoke, Spanish, for the most part and public health officials also monitored him, but they did that by phone, and so You know one thing that that we've sort of seen as perhaps that should have been done in person because what happened was is that Bonifacio's condition really declined and over the course of a boat a week, or so he started have trouble breathing. And then it just went really far downhill and called for an ambulance on May thirtieth, and he'd actually already passed away before the paramedics arrived, and he was then pronounced dead at the hospital so he was his family's sole breadwinner and is obviously deeply. Deeply miss by his family back home Mexico now. We've talked about this before on our show, but for those who don't know. What is the temporary foreign worker program? So that's that's a federal program, and it's kind of an name for a broad range of of programs that allow foreigners to come to the country temporarily. It's mostly known for letting employers bring in workers to do jobs that Canadians either don't WanNa. do or aren't trained to do. The agricultural sector specifically employees I think it's something sixty thousand temporary form workers each year, and under this this federal, program for nationals are allowed to work for a particular employer for a set amount of time so their. Status in the country is very inextricably linked with their status with a employer. If they lose their job, are fiery. Or quit. They no longer have a right to to sort of be in Canada for the most part. Some of them stay here for several months and others are here year round, and in one really important thing to know in the context of what we're talking about. Is that a lot of the time? Agrifood employers provide workers with housing as part of their contract. And I WANNA get into what that housing looks like an The workers that you spoke to what they told you about those living situations, but I can you tell me the extent of the outbreak in Ontario amongst migrant workers? How many workers in Ontario have been affected with infected with covid nineteen, according to the the camp the globe. Did he also TV on my colleague who has been on my per on this file? She's been tracking this. This really closely and been in touch with local public health units because the issue is that a lot of the times, the Public Health Unit in their in their reporting doesn't typically include necessarily sector, numbers or nationality, so she's had to do sort of a lot of poking and prodding to understand whether the number is at, and she's managed to determine that there are over eight hundred cases of covid nineteen among migrant workers migrant workers on farms and Ontario alone. And there was a really big jump over the weekend. just just yesterday actually reported in Windsor Essex which is a county sort of right in the middle of the growing region, and there were ninety six cases, announced yesterday that were tied to a single farm. Wow, and where are these farms located? You mentioned Windsor Essex Are there other you know certain kind of hot spots where the outbreaks are taking place, so a lot of this is happening in southwestern Ontario in southern Ontario generally, so Windsor Essex Chatham. Chatham Kent And then there's also been some cases and Haldeman Norfolk, and we recently learned of an outbreak smaller, one but an outbreak on the loss in Simcoe Missing Gloria okay near tour sort of north of draw, and is understanding that these workers raw came to Canada with covert or the contracted it here, so this is something that we wanted to understand right from the beginning, and is an important question, particularly as it relates to like public perception of these people because a lot of them have actually faced. Faced racism in the towns when they go to get their groceries one gas stations, the bottom line is is that local provincial and federal public health officials have emphasized that for the most part workers arrived in Canada, healthy quarantined, and then contracted the virus locally We don't know a lot about how they ended up contracting the virus locally, but the assumption I think would be that they became infected after interacting with locals who work on the farm, or when they went into town to get groceries or something okay and. And what happens to a worker? If they test positive, so this is an interesting question. Because there's been a development as of last week so all to sort of walk you through before then, and after then because it, it's actually quite interesting. The evolution of how how that looks so before the Ontario government announced new guidelines last week a worker would have been isolated, and that could be on a farm, or or in a hotel or in a bunk house. You know alone regardless of whether he or she was symptomatic. On Wednesday though the government announced guidance for Ason, dramatic workers who test positive, so the guidelines now say that they hand continue working under certain conditions including that they're basically cohort hoarded with other eysenck matic positives and stay away from those who test negative. And that cohort in applies to both the workplace so out in the fields in greenhouses, and in terms of living arrangements. So this is a really recent development, and it's been quite controversial there are public health experts, epidemiologists and lawyers who say that it's not not only dangerous, but at it's discriminatory against an already vulnerable populations so just to be clear. Clear, this guidance doesn't apply strictly to farm workers. It applies to other sectors as well so If you're working outside or have minimal interaction with others, maybe you're park, ranger or your night shift security guard, you can also work while a symptomatic in positive, but the effect is that this really applies to migrant farm workers. This guidance was released pretty much. With the goal of incentivizing employers to participate in mass testing. They had been reluctant before then to do so because they were worried that a bunch of. Quote Unquote. Healthy workers would either contract the virus by going to a testing center, or that they would have a bunch of as some dramatic positives who had now come back as positive, and they lose their entire workforce across, would raw interesting, and before this look what we were there options forgetting tested before the new regulations so basically. For Awhile migrant farm workers just aren't really getting tested but then these outbreaks kept happening and kept ramping up and the province in region knew that they needed to really boost their spotting effort, so what they did initially in this was sort of in the wake of Bonifazio Eugenia Romero's death pretty quickly after that they Erie shores healthcare hospital in Leamington, partnered with some regional players, and they opened a mass testing and assessment center where workers could go to get tested. So workers would be bussed in from firms in the areas around Leamington and they would do so with precautions whether they're wearing well. They'd all be wearing masks and they. The buses were seated at half past eighty, so there were a few issues with that they they had they had wanted to test something like eight thousand workers. They ended up testing less than a thousand, and so the the sort of. Lower than expected uptake is attributed to a few things. employers were a bit reluctant to participate because they didn't want to lose their `isolation like I said, and they were also worried that healthy workers might get the virus on the bus. Or at the center, and then there's also the layer of these workers. Are you know some of them were apprehensive to travel because they were also worried about being exposed, and they also for the most part aren't paying during isolation, and so there's a fear among people who came to Canada to make bunny that they were going to end up having to isolate, and they wouldn't get paid during isolation period, so there's a lot of reasons to. To. Know Kinda WanNa get tested right. Yeah, so with the provinces done now is they've they've launched mobile testing units, so these kind of your mobile units will go from farm to farm as long as the employer is willing to have him on the property, it's a it's a slower process because doing a pop-up coup-bid testing center takes more resources and time than one might think so are bolstering that with continued use of the centralized assessments. Location. Before these developments like what regulations were initially. Put in place to try to prevent an outbreak like this from happening, and and can you tell tell me why that that plan failed? So there's a there's a few things that. We have learned through our reporting on this. It took a while to sort of piece it together, but the bottom line is that everybody was sort of busy dealing with long term care and what was going on at hospitals, the outset and this population really fell through cracks, and they're reality of what life looks like as a migrant worker on a farm. Just really kind of wasn't taken into account at various levels of. Of Government was one of those situations where everybody was responsible, and nobody was so I can just sort of walk you through that a little bit in terms of who was doing what who should have been doing more okay, so in terms of what was done in the federal government manages the Temporary Foreign Worker Program Full Stop. It's their responsibility. They rolled out a mandatory isolation period for international arrivals and that A. Requirement that employers had to pay workers even though they weren't working. Federal Guidance also said that beds in bunkhouses should be six feet apart, but there was no limit on how many people bathroom for example or how many people kitchen or per fridge And then there was also provincial guidance which applies to workplaces, but not housing that basically said you know. If the risk of Kovin couldn't be adequately reduced by other methods. Then maybe you should use p. p but it wasn't necessarily a requirement. Okay and employers were also supposed to alert local public health officials if worker developed symptoms and there were also a solution guidelines wants a worker tested positive. In addition federal and provincial governments provided employers with money to get PPA modify spaces to better facility, physical distancing, and then at the hyper local level, the local public health units do inspections of housing before the workers arrive, but they do that before. There's actually any bodies in the in housing, so it's kind of hard to get a sense for how people actually move through it and to. Maybe maybe people were totally aware of what this was going to look like. Once people moved in. So why didn't that? That initial plan work because they were still they weren't able to social distance in those living quarters, the the main reason that we're hearing from public health experts and from doctors on the ground is that the congregate living situation is a real problem and what happened after the fourteen day quarantine was a massive line spot so sure the workers came to Canada healthy and quarantined, but then they go out into the field, so the greenhouse they work alongside of their people. They go into town to get groceries. super-safe, but as anyone, somebody contracts it and then it. Spreads like wildfire in in the bunkhouses, because they share bathrooms and kitchens, and they literally climb on top of one another to get into bed Russo as one like migrant worker put it. conditions on inform accommodations were like a recipe for Cova to spread like wildfire. And, so rules were rolled out, but they weren't adequately enforced, and they just didn't take into account. What life has looks like and in addition to that at a time when inspections should have been increased, they actually declined for the most part, so they were either foregone altogether, or they were done remotely, and a key thing here is that no employers have so far been found in breach of the temporary foreign worker programs cove in nineteen environments. Okay, so, can you tell me more about the like? How the workers you spoke to describe the? The living conditions like you mentioned a few things, but can you kind of walk us through? What a bunk has may look like sure so effectively. There's a huge range in what we heard. So in some cases both workers who said the bunkhouses were quite nice. They were new. There was the opportunity to social physical distance. You know the toilets were working. Order there were enough sinks for everybody felt safe. However, we spoke with lots of workers who said the opposite, and between these interviews and photos videos that we've obtained from inside bunkhouses. The accounts basically portrayed some overrun bunkhouses with broken toilets, malfunctioning stoves, cockroach, and bedbug infestations and holes in the ceiling. A big issue is you know just how closely these people are together? In some cases, people were putting out cardboard boxes and sheets kind of around their personal space, trying to protect themselves as best they could. At least in that small space that they had in the bunk bed. But you know there's also instances where people had no place to put their belongings. The Fridge didn't work in order to put their food so beyond the covid nineteen concerns there were also just you know basic living requirements concerns yeah! It, it's hard. It's almost hard to imagine I would encourage people to go and look at the photos of that. You have in your articles on on the globe website What did the owners and operators of these farms have to say about about these describe conditions, and the does and videos, so we've spoken with a few employers including whereupon Paseo worked, and where the latest migrant worker to pass away worked his name. Was Juan Lopez Shapiro and he was fifty five, so Mr Eugenia Ramirez employer was. Was Woodside Greenhouses I spoke with somebody there who actually spent a lot of time with Bonifazio and was checking on him every day the hotel where he was isolating, and this man told me that you know the bunk but a facile living in past public health inspections, and was approved for thirty two people, and how was closer to twenty? It had a big bathroom with four toilets to urinals, four showers and eight thanks, so he was sort of trying to paint the picture of you know. It was approved, and even after Paseo died public health inspectors, and I think the Ministry of Labor went back to look at it, and didn't provide them with any requirements updated or to to make the living situation safer. In this case, the company did say that it provided masks and Sanitizer, and also circulated coronavirus communications in three languages, including in Spanish as early as March. But then my calling Devia. She spoke with the head of Scotland. Group, and this is a produce farm in Victoria where location Arrow, Hawn worked, and there are nearly two hundred cases. They're out of something like two hundred and fifteen migrant farm workers who work there, so it's it's the outbreak and I'm not sure if it's still is, but it was. At recently as last week Ontario's largest outbreak And so pretty much all the migrant workers air infected TV spoke with three Scotland workers. All of them tested positive. They described you. Overcrowded living conditions all the things that I sort of spoke about earlier, including ill workers, living with healthy ones and an obsessive absence of information on how to access healthcare. NOPE, eat a guard, gave the virus supervisors pressuring into work when people were clearly falling sick, and so this is all sort of leading up to what. What did the employer say so? Scott? biddle, the president and CEO of Scotland Group told the affirms. Accommodations are well standards, and the farm equipped workers with masks gloves, and that supervisors did not s waste work with symptoms. He basically said there would be no advantage to them to not take care of a sick worker because you know. No employers need these workers in order to tend to their crops, and so he sort of was making the point that. They did everything right and above board, so if they're doing everything right and above board, according to the standards, but you know they're still an outbreak going on and people are still getting sick and dying. What are advocates saying needs to happen to stop the spread and and prevent another outbreak were. Prevent something else from happening in the future, so there's a few things I think there's in the. Short term needs and desires, and there's the long term needs and desires so in the short term, advocates are looking for more inspections and enforcement of existing roles. They. Want bad employers shutdown even temporarily, and they want these workers to get paid sick leave so that workers feel comfortable, getting tested and being honest about symptoms. In the long term they're calling for national housing standard for migrant farm workers, which would effectively sort of yes, standardize accommodations across the country when it comes to provide a the provision of housing under the temporary foreign worker program, they also want greater access to open work permits and pathways to permanent residency so open work permits are are really interesting. It's one thing that kind of. Helps a vulnerable worker to leave an abusive employer so effectively what they can do is if they have concerns including covid nineteen related concerns, they can apply to the federal Immigration Department to leave the bad employer and have an open work permit work anywhere in the sector for a year. And so I've actually spoken with some people who have made these open work permit applications, and they've been granted them, and have since moved on to what they describe as safer employment opportunities. So those are sort of the short and long term long term issues one really big thing that people are calling for is more pathways to residency so that these workers you don't have more more rights. They have more power in a system that is currently very much tipped towards the employers in there is the leading government has. Done. says. They're going to do a lot, so we'll have to. Keep an eye you employ ministers spoken quite forcefully about this and his saying nothing is off the table in that she's. Planning to overhaul the Temporary Ford worker program and has said you know buck stops with her. Even though this is a jurisdictional quagmire. We'll have to see what happens. Thanks Catherine indeed will watch closely. Thank you I certainly. Catherine blazed bond is a national reporter for the Globe and Mail. And that was the big story. For more from us, you can visit our website. The big story PODCASTS DOT CA You can also follow along on twitter at the big story F. P. N.. 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Are Smarts & Hard Work Enough to Achieve Success?

Plan B Success

11:43 min | 5 months ago

Are Smarts & Hard Work Enough to Achieve Success?

"Hey welcome back to another episode of Plan B's success. You know one of the things that we grow up as kids is to look at our peers. People demonstrating with us and realized that some of them are smarter than others odor period of time. Start thinking that just because they're smart. They'll foreign life well. I've always believed that smart. People who worked hard can go far in life and of course there are some people who do make it far in life and then there are others not really and you start wondering what happened. They were really smart. They were in school. They used to be the ones who were at the top of the class. All the time a seemed intelligent every time they open their mouth but something changed as they progress in life and as they grew older. Well you need to be relatively intelligent and have a strong work ethic in to succeed but in order to find immense success. Those two are not just enough. The will has shown us that. Beyond smartness beyond working hard. There were several other things several other factors when it comes to success that you need to make sure that you understand you realize and then you adopt them as well and I'm GonNa talk about a few things that I think. Respect your smart and your hard work ethic you can still find great success if you do. If you things that are out of the box the first one is where you reach out New People and try to make new connections new friends. I know nowadays. We spent a lot of time on social media and try to find friends on facebook gambling. Den and such. That's one thing you could have five thousand friends out there but realistically speaking. How many of them have you met? How many of them have you sat down with an exchange notes? That's the question and that's what I mean when I say retail the New People and interact with them. You know it might be tough to reach out to a new person. Introduce yourself and start talking for a lot of people. But that's not the point. The point is if you stick to your old friends every time you meet. It's the same thing the same ideas that keep coming back again and again and you keep talking about them Gannon again and there's really no sharing of new perspectives outside the dialogue. That you will these had and that's what you're trying to change. It's not new friends. You're trying to find. It's different people New People that you can interact with in order to exchange ideas in order to make sure you find new. Perspectives has to what people are thinking which will influence your own ideas which will influence your own thinking in terms of. May You WanNa go and what you wanted to? So that's a good marker in dumps of seeing. How am I growing are not? Am I talking to new? People are not. I'm learning new. Things is that influencing my thinking. Am I making new things in my head as I interact with people and look at analyst new perspectives? So that's something that will help people become more successful. The other thing is change. A lot of us are very happy in the environments that we have grown up in our environments that we work in. If you've been at a job for the last ten or twenty years and you really comfortable to the point where you can close your eyes and do your job. Well it's time you extend your boundaries outside your comfort zone and try to learn about change. Change is what presents you with opportunities and innovation and excitement. So there's no point resisting change in saying hi will sit within my comfort zone. And that's all I will do if you want new perspectives. If you want to understand new concepts be curious to the world around you. Make sure that you're learning new things and applying them because that's what excitement is all about. That's what adventure is all about. That's what growth is all about now from change. I'd like to get to the next. Stage is the ability and the willingness to take risks in a lot of us are risk averse. We'd like to be in the safe zone. We like the predictability of things that degree of security that we can have as a result of predictability. That's all great but you will not grow until you take risks you gotta get into familiar territory and consider what your life has been very candle just talk of it can excite you and push you and why should you do it not because you need to go out take risks in order to change the course of your life but more so than you grow order and look back you do not want to regret that you did not take the chances that you got regret is the last thing that you want on your list so be willing and open to take risks. Try New things out and risk is something that has varying degrees attached to it. And you don't have to go all out and take the maximum risk. Let you can. You can take risks the way you want to take risk you can take risks the way you're comfortable step outside. Your Comfort Zone. And that's what will help you grow and become successful if you believe you deserve success based on your past Lawrence or your credentials that senator. No no there are a lot. More negative aspects are negative effects of that. Dan Positive don't ever think that you deserve success because you believe so because you have the credentials whether it's the academic credentials or whether you believe that you've been out there and put in your work and now it's time for you to receive your laurels. That's never going to happen. Life just doesn't work like that. Make sure that you're always open to the real world. You don't get results based on the web. You put it in the past. You get results based on your work. The way you think stepping outside the conflict zone and all that you're willing to do today yesterday is in the past. The future is not here yet. Today's what you have an all that you got so you have to make sure that you put in what's required for you to get what you want today constantly go after what. It was exciting at the moment. A lot of people tell you that well. I'm going to tell you the going after something. That's exciting at the moment is of no use appointed time. And if you really wanted to be a high achiever don't waste time on the latest greatest today. Look far beyond where you are today. Have a vision to look at what will be in. Play five years from now and start working towards today with your energy into something rare you will see the results in exponential manner five years from now. That would be a good place to be very. You're a high achiever in five years. And if you WANNA do that you need to understand the value of time and value of the foot. Spend in that time if you trade your time for what? It was exciting at the moment. Well that excitement is gonNA fizzle out and what it was exciting at. The moment might not be exciting tomorrow but if you have division look beyond the next couple years and work on something that will be there in the next couple of years starting out. Now when it's really small thing that's how you'll become a high achiever. Focus your efforts on the goals that you want to achieve in the long term. Don't just go after short-term tricks the other thing is have the willingness and the ability to commit to a decision in a lot of smart people a lot of hardworking people daily daily allowed hand get into an analysis paralysis situation when it comes to decision making irrespective of what the outcome will be. Be Quick with decisions rather than dabbling in several different things. I suggest that you start looking at things from the standpoint of what would you what would work for you in what you would become into the long term and make those decisions now. The other thing. A lot of people don't do is believe in themselves lot of Smart People. They're smart has a result. The analysis paralysis kicks in and they continue to go down a rabbit hole. That shouldn't which hinders their self belief. underestimating their abilities. They're their own worst critic. That's the zone that you need to stay away from. I understand that being smart in having a great work ethic comes with higher standards that you always want to meet and as a result the underestimation of your ability starts to happen but that's very debilitating to say the least don't go after perfectionism. Don't try to be perfect. Try to go after action take action and believe in yourself if you believe in yourself and your take action. The results will be forthcoming. David come deal without. You're asking for an your progress towards them faster than they were. And there's no point just thinking about something without taking action and there's no point doubting yourself and been looking for that perfect outcome without taking action. So it's all about taking action. Make sure that you take action and get somewhere and once you've gotten somewhere then you can start perfecting wherever you are to get to your level of perfection so these are some of the tenets that a lot of smart people and hardworking people miss out on they believe just by putting in the hard work and by being smarter than going on a straight line you achieve success. Of course you do. But it's not the exponential success that you deserve our that you can achieve and that's possible only by making some of these fine-tune efforts some of the things within your character and personality by fine-tuning you characterize personality by doing things that I mentioned. And that's what will give you exponential success because all of that added on top of your smocks and your hard work ethic will take you where you really belong. Hey I hope you like that episode boo checkout my website Rajiv Dot com and by the way. Do Checkout podcast mastery program. That's out there on the website. And if you're interested in podcasting if you're interested in creating a brand image for who you are what you have to offer definitely check that course out. I'm sure it's going to provide you immense value. And it'll cut short Eugenia researching podcasts by the weeks into a couple of hours to get started and moving on. Thank you much.

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#8 - Working w Eclipse Season Astrology

Bridging Realities: An Accessible Astrology Podcast

38:11 min | 1 year ago

#8 - Working w Eclipse Season Astrology

"Do welcome to accessible astrology i am your host psychotherapist an astrologer eugenia crowd in this podcast allows cianci to become accessible to take us cianci out of only the head in place it shockingly into our heart astrology in nature at the sunrise is doing and it is dark and cold outside we hibernate and in the middle of the night with the moon full above we how agents understood earth in that we as individuals are part of a great income just some of the outer an inner meet and greet like they want another however when we truly understand astrology we can use it in many harmful ways with this knowledge we have the power to hurt others emotionally already here we learning aspects of being in payroll astrologer we will learn how to use this information benefit and he'll from knocked the living in fear of in while astrology gives us the keys to the universe are life and ultimately are we determined a bird that need to be loved by choosing gratitude and choosing honesty i choosing no matter the challenges or other aboard for the perspective of are live at the hours alone ancient to develop astrology look the mom and guide their world in there or leave creation in this podcast guide your eyes off the chart in the heavens above and then dean into your own though in two lawyer chart with me into joined the community visit accessible astrology dot com let's learn astrology like conversion always a three member to breeze today we are talking about club says all things cancer capricorn ambien welcome community back to accessible astrology episode eight here with teaching you crack you're host if this is your first time coming to the podcast welcome welcome welcome a i in an astrologer i've been doing astrology for a decade now using this podcast off and on throughout my career to reach out to those of you who really resonate with my work end in today's episode i just want to share some insights i just want to talk a little bit about the chart of the moment the chart of right now the chart of the time end to really really just give us some context of how to work with the july a you know it's really cool i do this thing for patrons who support my work where i do a monthly outlook for anybody who supports my work and i go through the the chart of the month and kind of just give us some ideas of what's coming up in how to work with it and i really am trying to bring in more actual tools that i've learned in the field of psychology and beyond to work with these transit and to use some of these tools i learned in my practice over the course of the last ten years and also with myself but i'm still young i am still learning astrology i am still learning how to grow and change and shift as all of you are and even if i were not young were all there were always shifting growing and changing end this episode is just kind of talking a little bit about that it's talking a little bit about how to grow west are charts how to grow with the transit how to grow west what is presented to us and i just wanna give some ideas today of what we can do to work with astrology this month july obviously in the report port for the supporters of my work this this goes a little bit deeper i do about an hour long indepth innovation of the chart and even that you can't cover everything right a but after doing that and then i do personal outlook for individuals is well it's very clear to me what july is really about and how some basic knowledge of how to work with this chart is helpful and and kind of for all of us to just be able to reflect on what this what this time is about because when i did the yearly outlooks for individuals at the beginning of two thousand nineteen i really was adamant to point out the month of july two thousand nineteen in the month of december two thousand nineteen and i'm going to get into the why so here i am talking so low on the podcast again you know i mentioned having my new co host and also mentioned things that are shifting seen in changing and that's kind of exactly what you clips is feel like they feel like we really think one thing is going one way and then poof out of nowhere we can be surprised the end shocked by the new direction that the gods and goddesses above take us and so i am here solo today on the podcast but i excited to speak with all of you and to just give you some some feelings and some insight site says he might be listening to this podcast in your car taking a walk or even months and months later when we think about astrology there's a there's a lot of ways look at it right but one of the ways that i like to look at astrology is astrology is tracking time so planets and stars and all the things and outer space are timekeepers and so as you start to learn astrology you are therefore for kind of required to start learning history learning sociology in psychology and all these different aspects all these different nature's end as we learn these different elements of astrology we just notice wild the planet's and it's just mark time so let's say somebody hands me a chart with no date and time on it i can look at that chart and tell you what date and time that charge was cast because when you look look at charts as much as i do a you can really know exactly you know what time in history where things were from from a one time in history to the next and so when we look at the chart of right now it takes us back into historical events that kind of resonate with the historical events that are occurring now in that reverberated similar kind of energy now end when we can go back in history just see how humans have tried to sort out this thing called life we confuse humans trying to do a similar thing now you know we evolve of course we have new technologies all the time but humans tend a repeat patterns in repeat errors in repeat successes and that's what the clip this really released show us is be undertone of and what's the word i wanna use undertone of meaning slot siri from one time in history to the next and so we're gonna look into that with the cancer capricorn any clips is coming up but before we get into any like big big details with all of this i think it was actually one of the patrons one of my clients a who brought this up in in response to the rating i just center for the month of july and i gotta say her response is the one that feels the deepest resident to me about how to handle the months to come because i'm not saying next month of the month of july is gonna be horrible not saying it's going to be wonderful who has eight curlew what is going to happen from day today but she talked about being the buddha end watching her emotions so hello anxiety welcome hello sadness how you do and hello worry and i absolutely love that i love that that's how she is learning to work with her emotions this individual has it capricorn mon so these eclipses are really hitting her moon in this is the beauty of astrology when we have aspects trigger points in are char we get to grow and learn so for example this individual has had pluto on her moon she now has the south node on her mon she's had saturn on her mon a lot of things have been heading herman for a long time and so we when she responded that way i thought oh man this is the result of what eight results that her moon has gone through a change in her muna's how she handles her emotions and it's how she handles emotion right energy in motion ends when we handle energy in motion in ride that wave so when we go through anxiety in hold onto it and run with it or sadness or grief or excitement and all of the above are emotions have us and i talked about this a lot in the last episode with my partner tarek about the cancer energy of right now mix a lot of the same energy that we experience as adolescence and that's when we do start to feel a lot of emotions what makes and adolescent quite different than in adult is an adolescent does right those emotions right so i i hate yeah right so there's like big anger comes up and like right at the moment it's real right or 'em oh my god i love him so much i love it so much right she's such a batch right all of the things that at least teenage girls go through a teenage boys my experience emotion a little bit differently a more physically hopefully a but you know mm when were going through that we do these crazy things and our lessons and that's kind of the energy of cancer and that's kind of the energy of clips is in cancer and of course capricorn opposite but because these eclipses will be in cancer triggering all of are moons because the moon rules cancer so that's a lot of emotion right there's a lot of emotion energy in motion this month end like the patron like like the the client of mine who so politically said i'm being the buddha i'm watching emotion i'm not writing it i thought that she got it she named it and the thing to do this month i would encourage us all the just experiment with this and do a little homework what happens just at the beginning of the day before we turn on are phones before we get involved in are patterns before we move into the anger or excitement or hatred or love or whatever the emotion as that comes passing through as what if we sit in silence and observe for just a moment and if we wanna take it even a step further i think this is a really good month to practice some kind of guided meditation in the morning what guided meditation does and what meditation does is it takes us from beta wave frequency see okay so that's like the conscious mind into data wave frequency and i think you could even go into alpha wave frequency in your brain instead the way the brain works is that it goes through these different brain waves and there's other ways we can look at it we can look at as the conscious mind in the unconscious mind but when the conscious mind becomes more unconscious mind so when we sleep at night that's gonna be more data there's gonna be the place where are brain is opening up the limbic system in all of these little pockets of unconscious data parts inside of are mind where where processing these events of the day so that's what dreams are it is simply are mind processing the things that we perceived her eyes and ears and through are son says that day and beyond and so when we are a week and we bring are selves and so that that sita frequency are we bringer cells into are limbic system so tools like brain spotting nbr these tools that bring us into that point of are brain we can actually start to break neurons and rebuild new ones which to me is so so exciting it's like the most exciting thing ever i cannot believe that we all have the great fortune to be alive any time in history were learning how to break in remake neurons this is the beginning of the most incredible bright future i could ever possibly think of this give us a sense of free will i don't think humans have known before except for when we were like aliens ends and probably back and indigenous cultures and you chips and culture we probably did have this information and then got locked out and we were controlled by other people's programs but we are coming into and through consciousness just mess right now that is a line is the break programs ended that is from her family and then from are culture right and when we start to break the programs we start to see the world very differently in and i dare say in a very very beautiful way i think the world becomes incredibly beautiful when we can recognize that the the things going through are minds of those little pieces of emotion that pop up have nothing to do but a fleeting moment of ideas that got triggered from something in the past among were truly truly president and we bring our selves and so that brain state where were creating industry neurons we can really see how bright the future is i find that my job on earth right now is not so much even like being in astrologer but it's just giving people hope so many people are feeling so hopeless and i just don't know why i think that there is so home much amazing technology being developed right now and so many insights into the human brain into nature in outer space and inner space that this is just the beginning where just were just the program is dying and that's all that's happening right now on the program that is dying in the harder it is for us to let go of that we can assume that's the sicker the program is in are brain so are relationship with money are relationship the country are relationships in neighbor are relationship to are partners are relationship to food at cetera et cetera all of these ideas can change we can shift them and we can't do them in the conscious brain we can't make these shifts and the conscious brain we make them in unconscious brain and we know how to get there now while were conscious and awake and that is very exciting in so this month of july wis these clips says which are a sort of porto we can let those emotions that come up 'em dictate us pull us in any direction they wanna pull us or we can watch them and we can toss the ones away that are ars and we can build new ones right we can build new ways of entering each day and so for all of us to just experiment was why not wake just a little bit early maybe five minutes maybe an hour myself i've been doing about two hours every morning it's a game changer it really is an end and see what happens let's just experiment this clip cycle as opposed still letting it rattle us would you might want to ten we were learn to work with it right can we move with that and so that is something i wanna say before we get into the actual nitty gritty of the chart and also before we get into the nitty gritty of the chart i just want it to also encourage those of you who are not following an instagram to do so i'm trying to be really present on instagram that way and really connect with you all a lot more and i'm really enjoy that platform i enjoy being able to connect with all of you that way as well and i'm a more consistent on not than i am in the podcast for obvious reasons in so please be sure to follow me on instagram and accessible astrology strategy i also just want to make a note that i did change my prices recently thank you to all of you who participated in that a that program to get locked in at that lifetime right those super awesome and great to see how many of you who like my work and want to continue to see me as clients and so that was really exciting end there are now a couple of other new options for if you want to work with me a let's see the first one is asked me a question so a lot of you don't wanna get a full ridi new just like have a question you wanna get answered in that option is now available at the website accessible astrology this is for people i have seen you're charts as of this is first tablets clients if you have not becoming established clients he had a you can do so at accessible strategy as well and that's just because i'm not gonna answer a question to a stranger i'm not a i'm not a crystal ball reader i don't know i don't know the future but i know you're tired and i know you're story i can give you a some insight from not just you're astrology but just knowing your personality knowing what it is you're here working on i'm working through an option is available at the website and a i respond with a fifteen minute video and audio showing year chart and showing you what i see in a given you some feedback from that perspective and then i also do have an all access pass to me so i have a couple of clients who really wanna work with me on a more regular basis a helping you choose maybe some dates about some things and you know when things come up just really learning to reflect upon what's what is say being triggered right now so for example i wanna talk a little bit today about tire on an aries i've been talking about it but it gets three triggered a big time this month end so for myself for example i've been working with a lot of insecurities and so if i were to contact myself at an all access a a way i would send me a message and i'd say you know is this is this something and real is this not real a how do i work with and then from the tar i would respond this is what's going on and tried here's how were working within here's a really great way to breathe than in kind of understand is this your is this a program right and so that is the un option to see you get four questions a month as you can send me a message and i will respond and then to regain some other two hours with me in that doesn't act like a reader and it's just like talking to each other and consulting and being able to use my services more regularly so that is a limited offer a handful of people so if you wanna do that hop on the website accessible shoji where you can do that okay so the first thing i think it's really important for all of us did really just be aware of this month is that while we do have these eclipses in cancer in capricorn we also have a lot of fire this month end what that means is mars moves until leo right away on the first day of the month mercury is in leo in will retrograde station retrograde at four degrees leo this month jupiter is inside terry's retrograde entire kyron is an aries this month and also does retrograde and so these three characters in the sign of fire is kind of what's underneath the surface of all of this cancer capricorn stop this month end when we think about fire we think about two things one it's the personal three things one it's the personal experience so whereas air is kind of the experience of others on earth is really the experience of things we can measure a and then water is are motions and things of that nature when it comes to fire it's about us an aries is the spark leo is the flame sajid harry's is the smoke okay and so when we think about these three signs when we think about them being activated this month is going to bring a lot of attention to us at especially by the end of the month to as individuals k and the second part about fire is that because it's about us it's about what do we have the share what is it that were wanting to express right how do we want to be seen that sparked that fire that creation how do we want that to to look right and so the shadow side of it the third part of fire is there's a lot of insecurity when we are seeing right it's really easy to just like hide in are houses and not really put ourselves out there in the world a and m keep are pinions star cells and and keep things on the dl it's pretty easy to not be seen and therefore not be judged but with all of this energy and fire there's so much about feeling some charge to do something right to be seen to feel that energy to move forward but there's also this retrograde motion that is moving back into cancer in this month and i think this comes down to a really big important point is before we make art art what's the point like what is the the point and i think this is a really really important part of this year in general freddie astrology of two thousand and nineteen what's the point what's the purpose why is is it that were getting on instagram and posting what were posting or on some other social media or on a podcast or whatever it might be in yes of course if you're doing it for business part of that is to is to earn money into earn a living which is a wonderful thing to do but part of it is also maybe some unconscious desire some hot unconscious on need to be seen for some something for some particular reason and there's no point in trying to figure that out for you this is something just really consider this month like what is the purpose here was his intention here what is lying in the fire of your heart and to come back into cancer which we are deeply embedded embedded in for most of this month it's coming back into the emotions right so prior to expressing so it's kind of like again i talked about this in the last episode i think of cancers the teenager i think of leo then as the twenty something year old and so the cancer the teenager is like i feel so much when my feeling but then when we go into her twenties were like what about me like what do i want you know who do i wanna have sex was what do i wanna work like what kind of work do i what do i studied do i wanna travel who am i what am i right that is the point of the twenties it's not really to figure out any of the answers to that quite yet but it's certainly to seek seek those questions and into seek those answers to figure out who we are and so before we go out into the world in her twenties we have that process of really getting familiar with their emotions so that when we go out into the world in her twenties we can identify when sunday feels good and when somebody feels off right so that's a big piece here of all of this and so and just knowing all of this fire is happening in the chart for the month of july is just important to just really recognize that there might be a really strong urge to move forward to be seen to do this thing there might be a lot of insecurity about what happens if we do this thing but what happens when we moved back into the emotional state state and see what's coming up until the very first clips of this month is going to be on july second this is a newman solar eclipse at ten degrees of cancer the next eclipse will be a on these sixteenth of july this'll be at twenty four degrees of cancers son in twenty four degrees of capricorn moon and so here we are with the sun moon wildly activated this month which will trigger our moon because the minerals cancer sir and are saturn because the saturn rules capricorn and so again coming back to this point of winter emotions get triggered how do we emotionally integrity mature really respond to those those emotions that come up and this can happen a lot at night before we go to bed it can happen in the middle of the night it can happen all day long in learning to become really much for what these emotions that come up is is really key for this month in really important and again this is why i want us all to adjust attempt to meditate a little bit in the morning see what happens when we are a little bit more in control of are emotional wellbeing a before we start our day right to really feel into that and also it's kind of a a wellknown idea or myth or axles situation that when he clips is head we can get triggered emotionally in general because again it's when the sun and the moon and the earth get all intertwined with each other and mixed up with each other and so mm what is the point of emotional triggering what is the point of even trauma right when we are living one way in a traumatic event comes and completely breaks apart what we thought life was and changes in forces us to look at life a new way in a different way and that's the point of trauma that's the point of triggers that's the point of triggers and even a small is situations as with our partners or children or the people closest to us when we get triggered by someone else there is an emotional integrity about ask ourselves what is it inside of us that were getting triggered about right and this is really also important to consider are families right because cancer represents mother capricorn the father cancer the matriarch capricorn the patriarch sofer not only getting triggered by her family members but are we getting triggered by are a metaphorical family members or like you know are politically leaders are dad are moms who we want to take care of us who are in the government and we sailed canoe take care of us you know mom and dad kind of an idea you know is it how do how are we reacting to those leaders as part of also this triggering so when we get triggered by a politically leader what is inside of us in how do we respond west integrity 'em how do we respond from a place of recognizing that everybody on earth is trying their best even if you have an opinion about how they they are choosing to do it to everyone i think is trying to do the best that they can i do think that even if that's a vile thing or something that really upsets us it's like why is that triggering us and so we take it from not micro level we take all the way to the macro level and we go from there and we grow from there right in once we've really go through these eclipses what's gonna happen there's all this energy pushes forward until leo and we'll is than totally about us right out leo is all about are personal expression and d do impulse to to be seen these impulse to announce impulse to to make things known right and so if we go into this new paradigm announcing or proclaiming something in in response to hatred or as hatred or as as anger this is old paradigm is is looking at it from a they vs i or they vs we a i think the new paradigm is every individual taking responsibility for their lies and for their response and not coming to love or like everybody but i think finding love for everybody in gratitude for everybody is the new paradigm and so when we can calmly approach discussions with one another from this place i think there's a lot of room for growth in humanity and yeah there's some fucked up shit and there's some things that are way off in so many politicals systems and in so many wives and at cetera et cetera were not gonna feel super happy in blissful and spiritually bypassing all the time but there is the point of gratitude and love that really will serve all of us and and and so this month wisey clips portal happening a until about the civil until the sixteenth and then everything shifting until leo just watch it come up observe it breeze through it set the intention of love and gratitude in the morning or for whatever you wanna do if you can do a guided meditation help rewire your brain even better because come the end of july it's time to express you know it's time to say something it's a energy to move forward into the next 'em energy to come right in this is of course not the end of the cancer capricorn eclipse season the beginning of it as start it in the winter of two thousand eighteen and nineteen and it will end up next winter in two thousand eighteen nineteen and twenty and so this is kind of the in between tween phase of the bigger thing unfolding between capricorn and cancer the masculine and the feminine and it's important to go back every nine years to look at when the bones were in cancer and capricorn so the summer of two thousand ten two two thousand and one and so on and when we can go back every nine years and just start to feel into what was unfolding before us at that time we can really learn again to recognize how we developed through these signs and how we developed through time end in become more aligned with that integral voice inside of ourselves that is responsible for ourselves in which is observant of ourselves as he observer rate and into really ground in to a what is what is right what is good what is real inside side of ourselves inside of her voice and so when when we look at this as a whole when we look at this month as a whole and of course i go into this a lot more depth for the community but i just want to put out there to all of us before these eclipses a happened in maybe some people here this after these clips is ordering them it's really important to observe right now and imagine imagine if we had done that when we were teenagers right so when are friends a did something horribly wrong if we had just recognize our response to it before reacting right before immediately reacting in causing drama or whatever it might be to really just like watch it and say okay ends 'em and you know what am i learning here and and to integrate credit from that place and i think that this is exactly what we get to do this month so a lot of big hugs this month a lot of baths a lot of floating if you can it's summertime i if you can find something to float and whether it be a river and ocean or whatever it might be like a i know that there is a lot of a water flooding happening energy a still with this neptune jupiter square i know that there's a lot of this fire though also getting sparked off this this month if you can find those moments the float and find those moments to to feel your body and then with that capricorn opposition to routed downed grounded into place their hands and feet on the ground on the earth as much as possible these are gonna be really excellent tools to get through july into really 'em benefit from the changes that the gods above have presented to us so i hope that this episode will help some of you i in fact i hope i hope all of you i hope that the words of from my mouth have landed while in your ears and will help guide you through the month of july two thousand in nineteen what a wonderful month it will be and you know give everybody you know that you love so deeply a big old hug this month and and make sure to tell people that you love and appreciate them in one of the things that doctor dean martini taught me was at the end of everyone's life there's this the same thing happens and that is when we find out we are at the end of her life with the the thing humans instinctively do is they reach out to people to thank them to say they were sorry and also to say i love you so in the grand analysis that's actually the only thing that matters is love gratitude and forgiveness quite literally is are the words of every religious leader in the world and when we can make sure to find love and gratitude in forgiveness for anything we've experience anything we've done this is the true medicine of of god of life of heart of nature so made july bring you many he blessings in many insights and i will look forward to continuing to share this journey with you if you do want to get a rating if you do wanna connect with me more intimately please be sure to 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Astrologers Dating Astrologers: Advantages and Pitfalls

The Astrology Podcast

2:39:09 hr | 1 year ago

Astrologers Dating Astrologers: Advantages and Pitfalls

"Ah? Hi, my name's Chris Brennan. And you're listening to the astrology podcast. This is episode two hundred one and today, we're gonna be talking about some of the advantages and some of the pitfalls of dating another astrologer. So joining me today is my partner, Lisa shine. And we are joined today by our first other couple to do our first four person in podcast a podcast episode with Eugenia crock and teric golden Godi. Yeah. Go tim. So thanks for joining me today guys. Yeah. Having to so exciting. So eugenia. This is actually our second appearance on the podcast episode. We just realized that you join me the last time about one year ago. Right. Yeah. Right before I went to Egypt. Right. So that was ripe literally right before you. You would start at you to started dating. What a few months before that. Oh, no, how long have you? While now, doesn't it? Yeah. The days. Oh, gosh. Well because we met through the internet's their strategy. We met technically almost three years ago two thousand sixteen. Okay. And I saw well we saw each other around the internet for a long time even before that. So and have you know, like how people see children cafes? Right. And you of course, do the accessible astrology podcast. Right. I do. Okay. Yeah. And that's what's your your elegant X accessible Saudi dot com. Okay. Perfect. And Helen have you both been studying strategy ten years, but eight years, I'm a junior a competitor. Eight years eight years. Yes. Okay. That's not too much too much of a difference. Pretty good because that's one issue that can come up sometimes that will be talking about like, you know, parody in terms of how long you've been studying, right. Yeah. We we've been quite aligned haven't we got the same charts? So right. So that's one of the funny things about you too. Is you have the same almost the exact same degree of the ascendant? Right. Yeah. The the grease fifty nine minutes Gemini in you are twenty nine. Yes. So we're one minute different while so we are actually the same person. A male and female version. Sometimes. Yeah. Definitely where the chemistry is. And the twins. And you have the same shirt. I like that. Thermal show at the moment because been Colorado. Yeah. So all right. So today, we're going to be talking about I, you know, last weekend Turkey gave a talk for local astrology group for the Denver astrology group on Jupiter Saturn cycle, and we really enjoyed that. And we were sitting around afterwards. And you know, I've recently just started built the podcast duty. And we just moved into this place. I wanted to have another couple of strangers over to experiment with doing a four person episode. And I just got the idea one thing I was trying to think of what we all share in common, or what would be something we could all talk about that we have experienced with. And it was unique. I realized that were both couples that are strangers were all strollers. And there's something unique about that. Because I think most people I know there's a lot of people that are astrology enthusiasts or even professional astrologers who are in relationships with have a significant other that's not an astrologer necessarily. And so it's not. Like given that just because you're an astrologer or an enthusiast a professional astrologer that you're definitely going to date another astrologer. And in addition to that people sometimes that that don't have that might like I deal is what that would be like, or if they've never had that they might think it would be all great. But of course, as with anything there's going to be some pros and cons. So that's a little bit of what I wanted to talk about today. What was what El- where else do we start with this broad topic? Let's see. Well, I guess you you ask them. How long have you been studying astrology, right? Yeah. So fifteen years for me. Okay. And it's been about nineteen years from your twenty years, not terribly different. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. A little bit longer similar lengths. I think and. Yeah. And so. I'm trying to think of some of the other topics. Oh, so so there's that are you guys similar ages. I'm a bit older than you on. Yeah. I think it's a similar age difference similar. I think we're bit a bit more of a gap. Okay. And Lisa's older than I am. Although most people don't know that or it's the reverse, actually, usually guess the reverse. I think that's not that different with you. And I yeah, we the way. Yeah. You see we look the same same age. So you know, we kind of this doesn't matter about the old the knee. Yeah. Well is eight years ago. Oh, okay. Yeah. So where do we start in terms of our outline? So they're a bunch of points. I'm trying to think of any lake precursors that we need to lay down though, I that this isn't a tell all. Going. This is not an expose right. That's a good point. We're talking about the larger issue really not really just like laying out our relationships bear per se. I think we're all very brave for doing this right now, actually. Onto of we met through astrology. Didn't we you know in our story is definitely huge power of our relationship, isn't that? Yeah. It's the cornerstone of. I mean, it's the central focus of our relationship considering the I'm from England, I bone parents. Egyptian likewise Eugenia is a well. I'm polish immigrant. Yeah. And but we come from incredibly incredibly different backgrounds, and it's a strategy that miraculously brought us together. Like, I find it. I when I think about it. I think it's a miracle. Oftentimes that to people with such insanely different not just backgrounds. But maybe even what we thought would have been trajectories somehow, he found each other because of the internet, and that that deep love for astrology, and in that we can come back to that all the time. So he's definitely huge. Pau story, right? There's no way would have met. If it wasn't for the internet and having shed interest in astrology, where did you guys meet cells on the forum was not? Yeah. We met originally. So I was an astrologer for Pasha. I don't know, you know, him. Yeah. He's a he's a big astrologer and YouTube. Yes, I was part of his dream team for a while and within his community, which he has an online community. We we have forums. And things of that. Where we connect and Facebook group and things, and I that's where I saw tar on the internet's and I would always kind of click. I was hungry for knowledge wasn't expecting anything else. Just thought develop that way. Where we say chatting with a mutual interest in astrology. And I said, no, no idea that genie would have thought anything of may. Yeah. But for some reason the dialogue turned into meeting only clips in America. Yeah. That's why I came over on the like the great American Clinton. I was in the summer of what twenty seventeen year. Okay. Yeah. So it was almost two years ago. Now exactly this the first time we met, and you know, all about strategy think about how on earth would we chose to me that time if we didn't have a shared interest, right? Yeah. So that so astrology definitely brought you together. And then it's something that you're still able to share as a continued interest and continued language because that's something that I know astrologers astrology tends to be kind of like an isolated study where not a lot of people get that far into it or go into it with that much debt. And then it's hard sometimes except for online. You can meet other astrologers nowadays over the past decade or two social. Media, but in terms of in person meetings, sometimes you'll find a local astrology group if you're lucky, but that's one of the reasons that a lot of structures and up going to conferences is to like meet and have that personal in-person connection with other astrologers. And I always hear them reporting. This thing about suddenly being able to speak the same language with somebody else as that being like a real core almost like primal need that astrologers have that often often isn't fulfilled in some way. But then when you end up getting into relationship with another astrologer, that's one part of it, that's sort of fulfiling in in some ways. Absolutely. I mean, I think I mean, there's no doubt about it. So I'm a bit hot here. You know? Just about. But yeah, I mean, there's not out dialogue has been. We've learned so much about stroller J yet together. Yeah. By having that mutual interest and reflective kind of communication, especially during transits, right, which I think we'll talk more ethically about show. But I think yeah, I I know from myself, I when I first learned astrology, I had two people I could consistently speak with about it. And that was it so for so if we're talking seven years in the knife found you guys which we think of like four or five years ago and little by little that started to shift, and then of course, when I was part of the community that was really helpful. But I felt like I was in a desert for seven years just having especially relationships. I would be with a boyfriend, and he he would say. Like, this is a really bad day. Yeah. There's an eclipse happening. Okay. No. Like, there's an eclipse happening. It's happening on your Mars right now, or whatever will okay, just I'd have to try to educate the partner, and it was very exhausting for me. And because it's one thing to try to say, hey, this is a transit affecting new right now. It's a whole nother thing for them to believe that in the the relationships I had prior to tack. I they did not believe in astrology almost advocacy, which I thought was kind of difficult. I mean, that's difficult when you really believe in something and your partner doesn't and I don't think that's just a strategy. That's. I think any relationship if someone believes in the right versus the left less likely to be in relationship with each other example. Yeah. Like any huge part of your own worldview, you know, different people prioritize different pieces of things to what's most important to share a relationship, but world view is often like a huge one. Whether that's religion, politics, you know, or strategy. Exactly. And you know, you're touching on something that seems like, you know, there's two different levels those having a relationship with an astrologer versus someone who doesn't know astrology. But then might be open to it versus someone who actively doesn't value or thinks that it there's nothing to it. Which is a whole different thing. It is. Yeah. That might be worth asking. So we all both been in both situations in terms of like being in a relationship now with an astrologer versus being a relationship with somebody. Who isn't an astrologer? Yeah. Yeah. We've all done both sides of that. I mean, I think when you stroll Ajay, and you really passionate about. You believe and people believe in the law of value in the study, and there's not the questions that sometimes happen often where people don't believe in white spending so much time doing that you might be in the situation without with somebody doesn't stood out doesn't know astrology. Hopefully love you enough to value. What you do in the Judy, but being actual astrologer work in those things out to say language is in the same understanding of cycles and just the obviousness of house trilogy works. Yeah. I mean, and that can be I mean, maybe we should touch on that. I since that was maybe where we all started. I'm sure 'cause everybody's probably here. We all initially started being in relationships with non astrologers, and then eventually were in our current relationships, and those have been a little bit more successful partially probably due to that. So it's tricky though, because I don't wanna like, I know there's listeners plenty of strangers in the community. And I know a lot of Estrada's have minute conference. As close friends who sometimes they got into astrology after they've been in a relationship for a long time, or after they were already married, and so they've already formed this lifelong partnership, and then they start studying this kind of quasi weird occult and quasi Colt topic. I mean, let's be honest astrology is still kind of weird. Like, even though we all use it, even though we we know that it works. It's still at least for me. It's consistently surprising. How well it works. And that it should work at all. And if we're realistic like see how if you're somebody that lake is in a relationship in the suddenly you start studying astrology that could look really weird or could be hard for your partner. If they don't get as interested in it, or it doesn't like grab them the same way. Yeah. Yeah. I would definitely think. So I mean, luckily, like, I haven't you know, since I started studying strategy. I never had the experience of being with someone who is actively like, you know, you shouldn't be into that. Yeah. But it I could see it easily coming up. Have you have you been in a relationship where it was like, they your partner was actively antaganistic towards astrology? Yes. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. Been that to what was that? Like. For me. It was I think I was in two more serious relationships in those seven years that I would consider significant and those two one of them thought I was just a good salesperson. And he said this is just good at sales. And I that was tough. That was very very what does I mean? Good at sales. I can convince someone to believe in something that's not real like, he's like snake oil Hughes of the version because that's like version of the astrology a lot of skeptics make that argument where they say that astrology is fake astrologers are just duping people or they think that astrologers themselves. Don't believe it and that instead they're just trying to convince other people that it's real when it's not. But in fact, that's one of the things that I always thought if a skeptic actually genuinely looked into astrology looked into the astronauts will community renew anything about it. They would realize really quickly that like ninety nine point nine percent. Astrologers all that astrology is like a valid legitimate phenomenon. And they're not like actively trying to deceive anyone because they are daily incorporating it into their lives Savelli thing, isn't it. I think if you with a non astrologer assume he doesn't volume of time you put into it and money as well. Then they may see as us better somewhere else. Straightway you're in a difficult position in a relationship straightaway that because there's a conflict of interest. So respects of what you're interested in. What they see is what you should be all judge men. Right. And was going to ask you Jenny lake was the relationship you were in was were you already studying astrology when you got into it? Or did you get into it after benign was already deep into client work? And so they kind of knew going into it. Then theoretically should have known a maybe it was something where they thought you would get over it or something like that or right? And I think he he thought it was like this cute, Colorado, girl. Thing. Right. He wasn't from here. And he I think a sumo it was just as cute acute thing. Really? And when we would get an arguments on say a full moon or something I would mention it. And he didn't have the space to listen. And then the relationship I had the other one that was significant he listened, but it it didn't land, and he was a very earth bound human. And so he felt very uncomfortable. Every time I encouraged him to think up right because he was a mountain biker. And you know, a typical Colorado, you know, I'm in the mountains hunt, and I bike, which is great of whatever. But his every time I would encourage him to think beyond the earth. It really physically made him uncomfortable to even look up literally which I've actually found with a lot of people since I've become an astrologer. I say why aren't you interested? I just I can't I can't think of us not being. Hang on this planet. You know that we're in space floating, right? Like, some people find that actually very nervous, and he was one of those people. So I would try, but it just wouldn't land. So he was open to it the to me loving it. But in terms of his reception of it was almost impossible. It just didn't landed him. So I got the exhausting not being able to say cable. This is an eclipse and just like, I don't know. I'm sorry that just doesn't make sense. And that I mean actually connects with one of the questions we got untwisted the is related to that were in this is from at academe ick, Astro where she said slightly off topic. But as a straight woman, how do I explain my level of interest in a strategy to men, I date most men, I have dated have had harsh preconceptions about it. So in relationships, I end up downplaying my interest, but feel misunderstood in the process, and I think that's relevant that goes back to something. We've also talked about and episodes not too long ago about the. The apparent at least gender disparity were there seems to be more women who are into astrology than men, and then sometimes another fields like in stem fields. There's like more men that tend to be at least currently at the present moment in time into those or sometimes in the skeptic community. There's more of a preponderance of men that are into skepticism, and I can imagine that that would be really hard. If you were trying to date and astrology was like your thing. And you're just like running into people who are at the very least or like best not best case scenario bullet say moderately worse. Case scenario is just like actively disinterested versus or passively disinterested versus actively and tag mystic towards that would really really tough. And I would say to this individual similar Tarik was just saying I think when this is something Danielle might previous co host of of of my podcast used to say, she still tells me this all the time when values are clear. Decisions are easy. And I think for me, I I wouldn't say I was like out to find an astrologer this is early. But I knew after those relationships that I love this thing called the strategy. And it's not I also hate it. It's that it's like a relationship being with a straw being with astrology as a profession as a passion. It's good and bad. Right. There's good days with shopping days of the strategy like everything else. But I knew that this was such a core. Value to me that it would be advantageous to have a partner who understood this language. And so in a way, I was sort of looking and I did I in these communities. I did spot Tareq in his face on Facebook. It wasn't just the show. It wasn't. You didn't see the chart? I. Like resumes out. This is sexy chart. Chris. No it was. I was I thought gosh, he's very cute. He likes trilogy. And this is great and also Finke by wasn't the time that we're living in right now, it's not just. The social media that exists isn't the so you see so many you like them you might look on the Facebook Instagram. His all these stories at now connected, which in so Mayes connected to how we you know through online. It's like, I think a lot of young people. These days would look at someone's profile. And so it is a whole story about them. Yeah. And yet, you know with this strategy unites like you consider look even deeper elements. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, if you see that chart, I mean, everybody, that's the first thing ever astrologer wants, whether you're dating are not you everyone wants to see some of they just Mathur charred 'cause I gives you an additional level of insight, or at least an additional angle of understanding who this person is that you just met, and perhaps even how they might be connected to your life in some way indicate them, right? And that seems like that was the topic that came up a lot in the questions that people were sending in as far as like how much to balance like looking at the chart versus interacting with the person and not equating the two. Yeah. Yes. Because that was also our personal story is that we met and at some point like you gave me your data. And I saw that you had like almost the same chart as my ex-girlfriend, right way. Just got a very difficult relationship with and and that was like very those very off putting to me. To be honest, initially. I remember like she seems very nice, but I'm extremely nervous. This chart and that was a good actually lesson for me, though. Because then surprise surprise is like ten years later and were still together that you can't just make assumptions about people based on their chart as like completely unconditional either like rejections, or what have you you've got to get to know the person you've got to see how they're actually living some of those placements, and that's really gonna vary from person to person based on a whole host of conditions. But that's that might be a lesson. That's like challenging or that some astrologers have to learn because part of learning astrology, I is learning what placements mean would an assuming there's more of a one to one correspondence. But then at some point when you get the more advanced levels, you have to realize there might be more flexibility to some extent than you might into spent and that there's variety, even even though the snapshot of the chart does show, you some things about how the person might be or what kind of personality they have or what have you? But. They're still variety within each and every one of those placements, and so then when you combine all of the placements, even if you share then a few of them with like an extra someone else, you've known, it's still totally different person. And I mean, actually, we both had that like because the relationship I just gotten out of we had almost the same placements in a few different. Yeah. Same son is within a degree same Venus almost like same mercury. So. Yeah. So that was kind of crazy that we both had that going on at the same time. But I was just less off put because I was it was not a bad relationship and gut. None of. Yeah. Yeah. Relationship. You're lovely like PTSD. Out of all conditioning. Isn't it pass conditioning crates these these perceptions that might be completely not this not the case with a new person that comes along? Yeah. And to be fair like the charts, obviously warrant exactly the same. There was just major elements where we immediately as as recognised similarities with those placements, but then the rest of the charts completely different yet. So it's not like your dating like a Astro twin necessarily? But that didn't have itself is interesting seeing as a strategy as you immediately will will recognize some either similar placements with other people in your life. And have that question about like wise that placement repeating with this person or sometimes you'll your I will immediately be drawn to like the sinister you have with that person. Yeah, man. And you know, that's you know, you guys have that's one of the greatest like examples. I can think of is like having almost exact same ascendant degree is just almost bizarre like within minutes at least half an hour. Having exactly the same exp. Audience in actually three LA is that and the more we get to know each other. We in our history and things of that nature, which right you can't learn from tart just the takes time to learn. These things is we are recognizing the while we are interaction with our families. Same the way we even handle money and things of that nature. Really similar the way we we deal with our home, very similar, and then things will happen. Just by are the events of our life. And it is it's almost shocking. How rhythmic you know, when we're in England Tarkenton's up in the place. He went to college here. We just ended up in the place. I went to college kind of randomly, and so somehow we've now both scene where we spent our time and university. I mean, he's very simple being a relationship like this. If I do anything wrong, then I'm gonna. Fail. An exactly the same. Likewise pulsa. If we were to always be posed. We wouldn't be in real estate relationship that way in the sense that age the or could say of our experiences much so quickly now. Yeah. I'm trying to say, you know, I'm trying to say that. Dang in astrologer. I mean, it's also Eugenia as well. Sure. Small than just an astrologer. Right. But the point the point I making is that we've become so sensitive to this kind of astrologically permission and incorporate it and also surrendered Soir on insecure is within it to become very like member. Like with each other. So Dagan astrologer a good astrologer. And also being in love definitely we cut hide anything come way. A consequence of this particular relationship, we probably really good because transparencies everything relationship. Sure. Yes. So that's a good point that knowing the astrology knowing your partner's charts, and like what the current transits are brings a greater level of transparency that she might be used to dealing with a normal relationship because I like you're really good at tracking Mitra. Even better than I do a lot of the time. Like, you were just telling them. Period or something today. But and sometimes you've made predictions about things that would eventually happened in my life that I didn't or you anticipated things like pretty accurately, and that's one of the cool parts of having astrologer as a partner like you've got like your own private astrologer. Back exactly or can pull out an ephemeral that the moments moments. Yeah. We were laughing at our in our last department's like do we not have an ephemeral in this room? We need enough Everson like within. Yeah. I mean, and I think that's one of the best things about it is you can have that constant dialogue around it. And also just become I think you mentioned this earlier to become a better astrologer because of that constant dialogue. Whereas usually that you have other people in your life that you can talk astrology with. But maybe not as frequently. Yeah. And I know that I have gotten better as an astrologer through that like just constant back and forth getting really sensitive to the energies. And male female, and she's and then again communicating doubting recognizing how those energies, look how is the fact to this both having the choice to communicate abouts. It has definitely been helped doesn't it? God. Yeah. I mean, that's with you too. Because like using whole sign houses a lot of your house transits would be the same like Jupiter going through Sagittarius is going through both of your seventh houses over the course of the past year. Yeah. But the degree based forms of house division about hitting specific degrees will be off a bit. I mean, the ascendant is the same. So that's actually interesting, but like the degree of your mid heaven. I'm guessing is like indifferent signed. Okay. Yeah. So it's like Aquarius, I'm Pisces. Yes. So that offsets things about the one of the things. That's also particularly interesting about our relationship is we have the same houses feld in the same houses empty as. Well, we have both of us have almost nothing in the southern part of our chart. We only have Pluto, you have your honest. I have Saturn in. That's it for both of us the rest of he's everything in the seventh and the tenth, and I'm everything in the seventh in the ninth and the tenth. So it's not just the houses Dems is actually the way they're filled as well. And when I first saw his chart before he's he's his before. Okay. My initial reaction was almost dumbfounded. I was speechless. Actually. And I of course, my initial instinct was this. This could be the most profound connection because of what I'm seeing here. And then I put it away, and we didn't talk actually for at least six months after I initially saw it because you know, for varying reasons, but it was so an instant that I saw how similar we were more than anything. I thought this could be the really really phenomenal or just way too hard right because I'm constantly with myself. And that's a really unique layer like on top of just you being both genus trawlers is like because most people who get into a relationship with another shelter that is already rare. And then they won't usually have the same charts. I've actually quite uncommon that you share all of that. Right. I mean, just to out to the interns of perception before you, go to know somebody. I think the most important thing about this conversation is that you need to get to know somebody Ryan great that you know, let's say invaded astrology people would ensure that they knew each of this child so from of heard into marriage and stuff, which I think is a worthwhile thing considering that we've been through these ideas of looking h of this child's and and but getting to know somebody getting fail. They feel like is obviously out the difficulty of transatlantic relationship, which then the day we were born and then where we're living in with communicating in different places yet we have sanitary on our seventh with a combination of twelve planets and asteroids in our seventh in combination not from a composite chart, but if we were to add at all, so it actually also makes total sense. Yeah. And I think that was trying to say is that. We can make sense if things with the astrology. Sometimes we can overcome insight for things as well. All we can go the extra out because we know he's going to get better at certain times all of that is contagious in easing astrology relationship for show, but the actual say the birds and the bees, and and the practicality of life, you know, he's doing that that is really gonna make a relationship work. Yeah. Right. Yeah. Definitely. And that was a topic that came up question that came up a lot was and that's one of the great both benefits. But also disadvantages drawbacks is when to incorporate astrology or win as a strategy playing a healthy role in your relationship versus when is it something that year bringing in at inappropriate times or wind you need to step back from the astrology and just be present and be like human beings related to other. Yeah. And I that was kind of a component of a lot of different questions that came in. I mean, I feel like that was more of an issue for me earlier on like in the relationship, and what's just in the sense of that they were very separate things because we didn't know each other well yet, and so they were completely, you know, this this chart, and then, you know, this relationship, and I feel like now both just having been an astrologer for so much longer as well as being. In the relationship longer. It's almost like it's hard to say how much it comes in at different moments because it's always kind of like a component of my brain. But like, it's not something I'm explicitly thinking about like all of the time, you know. And so it's hard to say when they're separate them when they're together because it's just there. But I know that we've like especially once you moved into gather eventually worked out over a period of years like around rules for like way. It's okay to like, for example, invoke somebody's birth versus like or like, you're having X transit today versus where like we just need to talk about what we need to process right now. And like, the whatever relevant transit were having his not necessarily like useful information, or or might be more of a distraction than dealing with like the thing at hand. Right. Yeah. I feel like it came up a lot more earlier. Yeah. I'm trying to think of where to go with that. I mean, I know that you were very against using birth. Placements in in any sort of arguments. Took the position because like affirmation like difficult relationship where I've seen like negative applications of strategy where the person is like using the birth. Tar almost as a weapon to attack or criticize or say, you are this way because of this placement you'll ever change or I think this about this either placement or technique, whatever that preconception is in that it's bad or or negative or whatever. And so I was always I've sort of worked at out that there's probably a point like in a relationship, especially if you're having difficulties where like invoking the chart is not good and I could see cause for two strangers. That's already can be challenging enough. But for two astrologers, you could probably find a way to work that out in achieve balance. I could see it becoming really unbalanced if an astrologer was doing that to a non astrologer and was like invoking birth chart placements and saying like, you're this way. Because of this shoe that could be really not not helpful and counterproductive. Yeah. Definitely. Yeah. And I think that we started bringing it up less later in both because you know, you didn't want us to do that. But also because we got to know each other longer. And so it was almost like again, they're kind of like melted. Where like if we're having a fight about like, you know, are being different from each other in a certain way, and that being annoying to one or both of us like that's already impl-, you know, the the placements that are associated weather without our implicit at this point. And not like things that we actually really have to about. Changed as our approaches to a straw to radically different at the beginning. And that's funny whole other separate topic. I don't know where you guys were where you started where you pretty similar were you pretty different to the study. No, you're really different style. Really? Well, I wouldn't I wouldn't say would really different say base you a classically now Holstein one hundred. Which is great because obviously this influence, you know, in guarding. Yes. Sorry about that. That's the whole point of ballooning from your PA. Just an astrologer, but you know, and the idea of let's say I learned from that Paul Frey so of bottle. And then I went to lend about whole, son. Remember, the first time Eugenia proposed to me, I thought she really is querying isn't she she's rebellious? Right. But what looked about it was that really made me question again astrology, which I thought was fantastic is like an even astrologers who follow experience say, oh, you know, use only the may when sets them easing whole side, and they go. No. So for me, she made me think I this is interesting because people who play so much value in, you know, in in his child when as always opened interpretation you bring new system into as well, and it can make people even mole IVA questioning which things great thing, you know, the validity of the Turpin. But actually, I I do both. That's what you genius given to me unites is no the. I'm I'm I'm all PO Frei or a mole hole sign I actually used both. And can I explain why I gathered from experience. Yeah. I'm already getting into house division. One of the tensest debates sometimes community historically for like two thousand years now. And that was actually one of the questions was somebody joked about can you have relationships across house too. Division, which is a funny joke. But that actually comes up challenging sometimes because I am so adamant that all of his stuff is in the seventh. But on a poor free perspective, it's all in the six because we're at that last degree. So our charts are entirely different from one system to the next. So sometimes I am trying to so much. Like, no come on. Just see see that you have said sweetheart have said the both it we are both don't get me wrong. I still have a lot of resonance with the poor free or some of those other systems. But I think it is a point of contention actually between us. Yeah. He's weighed when it's kind of like because my own my side, which you know, I mean, she's brave brave going for the sweet. Yeah. Going for totally such it's kind of like CIA, even go quite low secretaries Bill. Nice now. But anyway, it would be in the house, and it was Paul Frey. But in his in seventh his whole sign, and when you look at both because for example, if he's wholesome around us is in the six for me. So this needs to be healthy to look at the mall. Depress spects of health inhaling away ever. So that would make sense that's around us in the six Skopia. Whereas prior he thought it was because all of this being in his six military stuff, which all go loaded. Six six Terry stuff. Also might so. So you say what you think about the puffins and Holson things. Well, but just just just to kind of like, I got from it that she's pretty cool. In the sense that genie's give me an extra insight. And now whenever look at charts for the people, for example, look at both. Yeah. Yeah. In that's I mean, that's a broader topic. In a broader issue. Just like what happens if you don't have the same approached with strategy, and like house division is obviously one of the easiest areas where you could have that that issue, but you know, just because you're dating another strategy. That's one of the things that that's actually one of the like be careful what you wish for type things that that is like probably number one on the list is there's people who probably are astrology enthusiasts or this study astrology for wiler in for years. And maybe they've never been in a relationship with another astrologer, and then some day, they like meet that special person, and they fall, and they like, you know, get together and go off on this magical relationship. And then suddenly like they realize they radically disagreed or have radically different systems like technical approaches to astrology which like to a normal person. If you're trying to explain this anonymous stroller like yes a lot. Just a minor difference. But no like a strategy because the structures pattern so much of their not just their world view. But also their view of themselves and their life and its significance in the lives of people around them around a strategy, sometimes relatively minor technical changes or shifts can cause radical changes in how they understand their lives. So people can be very not not just defensive and negative sense. But you know, that can make a real big difference. And sometimes that can be like little minor things. Like do you use like what orbs to use use a ten degree or or this guy? Use a six degree or upper what happy let's say, it was a minor thing. Like that versus like a major thing like a tropical astrology versus like, a serial astrology, or, you know, house division, quadrant houses versus equal houses for whole sign or on relationships traditional rulers modern rulers or even imagine meeting. Another astrologer. And you do like western astrology, and they do Veda strategy or you get a modern astrology and a traditional astrology, I've heard hilarious anecdotes about I can't say her name, but like famous modern astrologer who dated a traditional astrologer and how they just like constantly gotten arguments about stuff like that. Because that does and can really become a point of tension in the relationship if there's major differences between your approaches. Yeah, man. I'd actually say we do have pretty different approaches to because a tire life. I feel correct me if I'm wrong is much more abstract. He's much more felt astrologer which I absolutely admire because he really feels these transits in a almost like a visceral took center. Yes. Because his he's got a lot of the classic center, and I'm much more measured and statistical so I've been over the course of ten years keeping statistics, and I've been measuring actually my my clients against each other in their charts. And so I have all these very for me very clear data points that prove very clear indications of a multitude of things. And so I'm very strategic very heavy and very logical of because I come from the psychotherapy background also in a mortgage with clients. I don't use astrology in my life regularly at all I don't I rarely look at my own chart. I rarely look at transit's. I I'm the person who goes back after the event. So because again, I. I'm more hesitant about where my brain will go. If I see a certain transit coming. I don't want to. Spook myself out. Right. So I don't like I've I've in the past when I started learning strategy. I would look ahead to some of these transits and I'd get so I'd always look for the the scary bits. And I notice it was taking me out of the present moment. So I stopped doing that for myself. And I just I made a very strategic decision in my own life to use a Charlotte to help the as a tool for my clients that I would use it as a psychotherapist in in this way. Now, I'm I'm entirely in a stroller at this point. I'm not a psychotherapist any longer technically don't see people weekly or anything like that in. So when I come out of work because I seek so many clients I don't really want to look at my chart, and I don't wanna look at his either I rarely look at his chart as well. And I think that targets working with it more. So he's actually following transit's. He's following these things. He's he's almost embodying and living at more than. I am because I'm looking at more like a physical tool to use with other people to serve them into help them. And I can't do that to myself. So I don't use it in that way for myself inside think that can actually sometimes be difficult for me because I don't wanna look at my chart all the time. And I don't wanna talk about astrology all the time, actually. And I think targets more prone to wanna talk about it. And look at it than I am. And sometimes, you know, just thinking about the challenges I want to turn it off. Also, sometimes I don't want to think about astrology all time. I really don't. Sometimes I just wanna hang out, you know, and just do the things. And so sometimes, you know, I think we for me might perspective is that it's a tool amongst others. So for example, our relationship is the chart helped to a point, and then they just don't work anymore in terms of how can we get through? This say argument, we can go to the chart up to a point. And then we have to go deeper until like, well, what is your attachment style from your your youth as a psychotherapist, I wanna know like more about the relationship with your family, and how that's affecting our relationship now in for that, you need lots of helpers, not just you to an an astrology chart, you know, sometimes you need assistance through, you know, sometimes I buy seminars for us to listen to about how to communicate better to a man because clearly don't know how to do it very well instead or that, you know, are we'll just turn it off entirely. But it I find that. It's a part of my. Life, but it's not my life. Sure. I understand how you could feel that way that you have different approaches in terms of how you apply, but from a technical standpoint, it sounds like you guys probably started out much closer than you could have like the worst case scenario in terms of like, we're not talking about like a Chinese astrology versus evaded astrologer. You guys were met on the same forum for evolutionary straw. Chained abolitionists. We would definitely of this union is coz mic kind of like intervention heavy want to describe it really because we're living proof of life. If you see what I mean, we both actively somehow in environments, maybe that wouldn't suits astrology learns about set. But then also did what everybody else is doing on the internet. I think connected. And then suddenly, there was a shed coma. Sation? Application as well, which I think why it's really benefiting OSE make us more than tick and mall writing. Yeah. You know, mall kinds of deep level of strategy because he's these is good to to study it and to lend said things, but when you actually experience it and actually live at. Then you become I guess far more authentic and fall voluble on of sevice to this that we right? Yeah. Just a quick point on that before I met tired. I was very single and. Like never gonna date again in the whole thing. And one of my mentors guiding Dr John de MARTINI. I don't know if you know who he is. But he's one of my dearest mentors. And he said to me just do what you love d'alene in. There's a good chance. Someone's going to show up who also loves that. Like, you just have to show up in the world. Inspired. And then somebody, you know, you'll have to look for them. Actually, you shine your light. They and it will it'll be met. And I at the time I wasn't really like certain about it. But I think there's a truth to anyone who's out there who is single and who may be wondering if they should date an astrologer if they should be open to that part of my thought processes, if you are inspired by something whether it be astrology or horses or baseball. There's a good chance that you're going to naturally gravitate towards someone also because of your strategy chart, but what you love you'll send tend to find that the person who you date is going to. Magnify that. Because that's where love comes from is these parts of our chart that we just love these things his Jupiter's on my Mars, Venus, for example, Ohka. So we just like what I love is what he enjoys. Sure. I'm just thinking about like scenarios where that might not be the case for like the start of our relationship. We had very different approaches. Yeah. I mean, you already traditionalist villager I had just basically learned like modern western like modern western astrology, and I had just gotten back from living at a translation project for Incheon texts talking about all this crazy stuff like that. I sing in whole sign houses and stuff like that. But then that was funny because it turned out there was like some weird overlap there that we realized in retrospect early on because I started paying attention to yours dyke releasing periods, and like every time we would meet up e would hit like an arrow speak period. And I was like where is this going? Right because it started turning into relationship much despite like despite not expecting that to were not really looking for relationship at the time. You definitely were not looking. Yeah. But then you came back to Denver and start an astrologer group, and you attended the first meetings, and then we started hanging out afterwards. And we went to you act at the same time in Denver that same on at just a few weeks after we met rights United astrology conference is a conference with like two thousand strangers in our city. Yeah. And then you ask to borrow my jacket, which for some reason, which I thought was weird at the time. So later, I went home and asked Patrick a hoary question. And I was like is this going to relate will listen I have a relationship, and he looked at the Chinese like, yeah. Like, the indicators are applying right? You know because you asked about some jacket. It's getting pretty serious. Right. It's time to get the Horry to that stage. So that's one of the funny, though, anecdotes happens strategist, you can have things like Hori chart. You can be seeing somebody's transit's go crazy, and like the relationship sectors. When you've just met somebody and realize that this might be something more significant than it seems just on first appearance. Right. Right. Yeah. And then you had the advantage of some of that being kind of more like tested for you versus at the time since I had only known like modern western astrology up to that point. I was like I'm just having crazy, you're transits. And like this might just be like a three week flankers thing, you know, like I wasn't really Penan anything on like lasting as this early. Because that was what I was seeing astrologically neither of us were and then but also go back to the topic of like different approaches, we had radically different approaches different lifestyles, and so that in it of itself, the fact that we were so different in our approaches Astra. Logically was like one of the factors. We were both like marking against us of this ever lasting because like I used traditional ruler ships and use modern relationships. I used whole sign houses, and you used whatever you using lasted. Whatever use placid us. Yeah. And I was using a dyke releasing and stuff, and you are very unimpressed with that technique. I think at first. Annual projections. I was impressed with at folks because I read your chart at some point early on before it was even romantic, and it wasn't a consultation thing. It was just an impromptu thing and made some statements, and I've probably mentioned this bunch of times in the podcast ready. But you're just like incredibly unimpressed because the statements they made you're just like, no that's wrong. And then over the past ten years, I've been vindicated because like almost every single one of those statements has come true, but it didn't happen until like later in her life, right? Broader four dimensional view. Everything's happening at once. I was already cracked. But I mean, I think you know, it's been interesting that I have then adopted a lot of those things for my own practice because it could seem on the face of it as though like, I just kinda liked it. What you wanted, you know, where which isn't true at all like, I was very actually quite stubborn. That's a really real question is our approaches actually did end up gravitating towards each other. And we ended up you ended up following and developing approach that's very similar to my own in terms of both Natal, astrology, intellectual and using the dike releasing and in some of those techniques you've become next to myself. Like, I don't know anybody else that can use the dike releasing affectively. I don't know anyone else in the world. Besides like, maybe my friend, Patrick Watson who's been studying it for about as long as I have. And so you've become really good with all of those techniques, and our protas are now very similar in have converged. But I wonder what it would have been like. And if it would have last as long if we just continued to have completely different approaches and never really saw. I'd I on some of those things right, right? And I think that's part of like, what is kinda getting earlier with the dialogue the constant dialogue because that didn't come through me just going. Okay. You're right. You know? Certainly for pretty much the opposite. But it came through like actual constant dialogue about these things. Like learning more about the techniques than you learned initially or learning to see how they replied or something like that. Yeah. Exactly. I mean learning to use the myself, and then kind of verifying them for myself rather than just taking someone else's word. Even if it's someone I'm in a relationship with and conversely, there were I mean fewer things I would say, but there were some things where I would kind of stick to my guns and be like, no, I'm really seeing this as a thing. And it was more of a modern thing. You're like, I don't see that. You know, like, why would conceptually why would that be true? Traditionally like, I don't know. But I keep seeing it, and this seems to be a real thing. And there were a few things like that that I feel like you were influenced on his well over time. Yeah. I mean, I think so much of it is like how you know, how big of a part of your life is a strategy. And like how important is it for you as an individual for any individual to share that with someone and that's going to be different for everyone. And you know for you, that's like your whole life. You know, it's both your profession and your worldview, and it became mine as well. I would have a really hard time. I think being in a relationship with somebody that wasn't an astrologer because I spend I've dedicated like my life to since I was really young since I was fourteen or fifteen and I just knew that that's what I wanted to do with my life. And I wanted to single-mindedly throw everything I had at it. It would be hard. I think for to be in relationship with somebody that that couldn't connect on that level because they wouldn't understand why was spending so much time doing this. Or what have you versus? I could see other people. If strategy is more of a hobby or something that you have a passing interest in or something like that. But it's not your main. Thing or it's not even your profession necessarily that may not be a deal breaker for you. Right. Right. Yeah. And for me, it was mostly the worldview thing before it was a profession for me. You know, I'd been studying it some, but I wasn't really practicing lot by that point. And but I had always been interested in things like that. And so it didn't necessarily have to be a strategy. But I think I would always have a hard time being with anyone who wasn't interested in things like this. So for instance, you know, I was in a religious studies grad program before I dropped out and just focused on a strategy. I lived in Buddhist meditation center, so it would always have to be something around to this. I think for me, even and the person like I I don't think I could be in a relationship with someone who was like actively like integrist at all at least open to it if nothing else, but certainly being able to share all of it has been grade, you know, but I think that's probably not for everyone like that might be too much astrology for some people. I mean, it depends on how much you want to leave a strategy at the door. I mean, it sounds like Eugenia that that's sort of something that's important to you that because you see so many clients, for example, in you're spending so much time processing with people and going through their charts and talking about their life stories and stuff that sometimes you really do want to leave that at the door when you come home. Yeah. Yeah. I know I think toxins a lot more time engaged in a strategy. Whether it's reading or watching listening thinking than I do. But I I'm with you. I I I think I at this point it would be almost impossible to be with someone who does is not an astrologer. I'm kind of the same thought processes as both of you because whether he's spending more time with it or not it doesn't matter. I love that. That's what he's doing with his time. If he was watching football games, I could be down within a guess. But. I'm much more people. I like that. That's where he's spending his time in it seems like a good value of time to me, whereas your relationship before she didn't see the value in him learning this information. So your is this your first astrological relationship Turk. Yeah. I'm this is the first relationship of how with an astrologer fishe Okon. Yeah. This Bayden relationship before interest in astrology holistic health, but not like an actual in-depth understanding, and like, you know, with the janea when we met I never expected Eugenie have interest in may just never expect thought it wasn't like who trying. I thought I never expected. The fact that it could develop into a relationship simply because I can look up to her, you know, from from you know, I was astrology came to me through. It comes to some people. They might not know that they have the ability in until they around the people start reading Charles, for example, or they validate because this Enchaine with. So that the the reasons why I go into strategy. I was kind of like an outcast. Really how it came to me? So the fact that I was communicating authentically with yourself and volleyed I never really thought that the debate to Joe relationship if you see what main so we I I to- can. You know, you talking more intellectually together they became kind of like a intellectual debate. Who's whilst right whilst note, but yet found respect through the night to the relationship a little bit. When I started saying of TA because of because of the nature of your style, you can have just sat back and listened the. But if you remember we talked about this. Yeah. And for me that was really putting me out with my dad's completely because it it's like overcompensate now, and and say all the maybe I should have done. But you genie was obviously letting me maybe become confident says she was really encouraging me in a lot of ways. And then at the same time when it came down to maybe me doing that for you. Suddenly you like all right. Yeah. He does know he still out. Say yes, maybe I was letting you gain confidence in that might have been it. But actually, I thought you said was interesting, right. I think you're really interesting human, right? Like, I like listening to you. I think your thoughts are really weird bizarre and and altering for my life. And I think again because his approaches so unintellectual. It's so abstract that individuals like maybe myself more like you as well. Perhaps, you know, if I don't I need to see it to believe it. I'm one of these people for sure and he's not will. No. But yeah, I can't cope complimented each fellatio Molex, so logical analytical mall crave philosophical. Yeah. Sure. And that's that's why the chemistry is Tim of dynamic. Yes. I learn a lot like he he tells me things that I've not heard from any other strategy before. And because maybe you've come up with it originally. You don't recognize that? It's actually really remarkably interesting and side, I give you the space to actually massage out those words, and now I've been able to integrate them into my my life in my practice. Absolutely. I mean, I now he's taught me I mean, we've tidied other equally at this point. I don't. Think either of us would be considered more learned than the other at this point. I mean, and I don't think originally that was the case either actually so so lucky tot- totally illustrates the point. How is to stroller? How Bayden growing together xactly those though, and that's a really crucial broader topic that mitts again, one of those things that people probably don't anticipate when they get in a relationship with another astrologer is they're being disparity is like sometimes like learning disparity if one person's been studying it longer than the other there can be disparities if like one person's a professional strategy in the other person's not necessarily or has a different profession there. Can we've already talked about the technical disparity. There can also be like, even if they're both professional structures. It can be disparities in terms of like maybe one as been gotten luckier has been more successful in their career, so far or the other one has an. It yet. There's all sorts of weird disparities that you can run into and sometimes you can start off at very different places and then a half to sort of meet somewhere in the middle over time. But which in the long term kind of is fine and works out as long as you're sort of in it for the long game. But in terms of the short term, sometimes those disparities can be too difficult to get through Incan sometimes lead to the end of the relationship, if they're not resolvable in a short time for him to I think we've had some of that certainly over time. Yeah. I mean, I've become like a fulltime practicing astrologer compared to like not in the beginning. And things like that. Whereas you were all ready pretty much doing this. I mean that was on my way, but job. Yeah. When we met, and then I called you one day like a year into a relationship and said quitting my day job right to do it strategy fulltime. And then that I like your to we were both struggling financially because I'm like trying to make it. As an astrologer. Yeah. And yeah, we joked in the last episode about how that summer we would like go to the store and like debate like one of us buying the spaghetti noodles and one of us buying the sauce and that being like a major discussion easy lecturer. Oh, good. I mean, we were we were that broke at the beginning. So I mean, obviously both of us valued, you know, all of your strategy and that being like a pursuit. Whereas I could see someone else. Maybe being like, yeah. I don't wanna live my life. This broke, you know, and like pinning everything on that. Because you told me that right? When we were moving together, you're like that you are quitting your other job. Christmas. Exactly murmured that under my friend. Yeah. Because I could see that because I've seen other structures that have a non astrologer partner, and they wanna quit their day job and pursue astrology full-time, and I can see how that would look weird from the partners perspective again or 'cause like major tensions. If you don't necessarily believe in what they're doing on, a real practical level or even a philosophical level. That's gonna make it harder to be supportive during the the difficult times. Yeah. And also just knowing that it might be a harder profession to kind of like make a fulltime living in, you know, for a lot of people. You know, like asking yourself like am I willing to do that in my partnership because this will impinge on my own life? You know, like what is possible for us financially and things like that? Yeah. Because it's not again like surprised skeptics this not a career field that people get into because they wanna make money right to get into it because they actually believe it's legitimate phenomenon. And they want to pursue it. And and spend. As much time doing it and exploring it in a in a fashion as they can and doing it professionally as one of the best ways to study astrology because then you're literally working with people one on one with their charts. You know, whether that's a needle or election, or what have you? And that's a large part of the reason why people pursued as a career because they can't see themselves doing anything else when it's funny. How you know? Well, things have gone eventually I feel like for your career in this. I remember actually like my dad's saying something skeptical to you when you first met, my parents of like, so that seems like one of those fields where you know, you might not be able to. I forget exactly how you phrased it. But basically, you're not gonna get rich doing this. And you're like, maybe. It was like really early. Excessively block. A mean about it? But he was just like a little bit. You know, like concerned for his daughter kind of thing. You know, like are you going to be able to make a living at this? Yeah. And that was very early on in fact in your, you know, making a living at it. That's a whole facet of this seven even thought about it. But that would be rough if your extended family, you know, was not okay with a strategy or was skeptical something or are not supportive that would be difficult as well. I think we've both lucked out in that our families have been relatively supportive of our careers as a strategist definitely. Yeah. Think great point that you mentioning that is the lack of awareness of of how you can have a career astrology, for example. And as you say, we said, it's like, you know, when especially to co. You know to strategist together in the same boat bringing up kids, let's say, yeah. I'm all out pressure, parental potentially even those and that's going to have an impact on people making decisions, even suppose that's not necessarily with the astrologers themselves as Malda. What goes with relationship? Really, I suppose I mean, a lot of these things are can be extended further into like two people being in the same profession, any profession, for instance, or, you know, just like two people having slightly different values about anything in life. You know, and like how important that is to each of those individuals, and whether that's a dealbreaker not deal, you know. So I mean a lot of this. Of course goes beyond strategy. Shoe show. But I think it's really interesting point in career and supporting people in career in this profession having that Shad interested understanding whites benefit, and why the to do it the need to do it. I think if you with another astrologer also many when stones that straightway you're in a position on me. Yeah. And it's a weird field. It really is. I mean, it's unusual. And you know, most people are looking at more world. I've I feel like it's either in the medic physical field or in the sort of quasi spiritual field and most people just as a population are not going to be building their lives around that, you know, true. And so it's always going to be a smaller pool. If you're wanting to have that same thing true thing, right? When that's why those sometimes when when you find a relationship with another astrologer, and there's something that brought you together. Whether it's like, Trump mutual traction or circumstance, or what have you sometimes? That can actually create an interesting pressure on the relationship itself because it's so rare sometimes that you do connect with another astrologer that sometimes it can make you maybe even make greater concessions than you would otherwise to in order to keep the relationship because you know, how rare it is or how I, you know, not commented his teeth and just like find somebody you get along with on that level who shares that same entrance Fisher. I think it's important. If you have that responsibility is an astrology that you can look at show. And then if you wanna make you fit, which is a suppose the biggest problem with ole interpretation trying to make things fit because you can see will this could happen that could happen, and you start and see mall and may be just the office. What needs to get sold at the time, and that could be really shoe with two strategists because the token astrology RAV than just basic living together. So he's blessing his occurs. County Brennan, right. If you don't descend Kolding Lee and recognize that life life without strategy. And yet having a strategy can be really helpful right? Yeah. And that's the the crucial balance that is probably the most important thing. I think every astrologer couple has to learn as what is the balance between incorporating strategy versus not yet. Have you guys been 'cause you've been together for about two years now? Yeah, has that is that something that you've found that you've learned and grown more custom too. Or was that initially was there a disparity early on in your Latian ship where you're doing more astrology than you are now. I think. I think. We would communicating what we before we met. What she relation to told you we're getting to know each other as well weren't right because he had the long distance thing, which is a whole element in itself of the idea that you have in your head like of who somebody is. And then the reality when you actually meet up in person and spending like an extended amount of time together. And that's a whole other layer as we talked for like regularly for we was dictated to each. Let's be on. It was on online kind of sedation which was the law of communication the into that. Yeah. A lot. It was just a stroll Ajay was poetry. It was it was just basic Chit chat. Wasn't. It was also old school courting. Even like held hands. We knew a lot about each other, which I really appreciate actually I think I was I think that's like a really good way to get to know someone. But yeah, I think that we met. Yeah. We was pretty intense. Did you how did you have the timing work? Did you elect the time at all? Because that's something that I've seen and I've done. But did you? I don't know you pay attention to the timing at all. Yeah, we did. Because when we first met, we will talk about this, retrograde, eclipse and everything. Let go I was doing a little without running him. Now. So you guys timed it to meet up under the great American eclipse and Leo, right? But he flew in before that. And I had elected the day without him knowing and the time. So I wanted him coming in on like a Taurus rising type of I I can't remember the details. But I did have that in mind and even when he just flew here. I am always it's always in the back of my head. And of course, life gets in the way, and you just can't do it sometimes. But it's always somewhere in my head of our meeting dates and times, I gotta say it doesn't it doesn't itself are hasn't mattered much. Just because the relationship it can be much bigger than that. At those moments of seen each other for the first time in a few weeks or months or whatever long headed, but. Yeah, I think because we haven't been able to we have lived together. And we've spent a lot of time together. But we haven't like lived in one house together and actually bills and I love this part. This is the most sad thing I've ever been travelling the country over the past or the world of the past year or something. And those retrograde really we got slid about those degrades last year, and and Basel's not. Yeah, we really got Selanne about the how affected us both. And and just wanting to say another thing about, you know, using strategy, you know, with with the elections or anything like that. When it actually came to it and actually eight to this. And then she then suddenly, the astrology kinda goes out the window little bet because you just facing each other's personal as and thus the real meat and potatoes, you know, and it was look that we had the chance to get to know each of the away from each of the because that that Romans traditional spot came into being when the worst and Trump's that happened in pressuring relationship we were aware of that to deal with. But when it comes down to it, it still comes down to the the birds and the bees security. Yeah. Trust now. And can you find those things in the child? Well, get indications spending time nobody actually being without person Israeli the K isn't you know office, but I wasn't said easy for. That's happened was just being in the same location. If you say, I mean. Right. But it is true. It's like it's amazing with all of our sad. How? It's made us more side. Honestly, it's it's a bit nuts. You know, I think we get into relationships with humans, and the great thing about relationship astrology is we can kind of see how we might trigger one another or exaggerate a certain personality trait. I mean, how many of your assumptions going into the relationship about like your cinistry or how that was going to work out? How many of them were like were there. Some that were notably like, correct? And you're like, oh, yeah. This worked out pretty much. How I expected versus were there ones where there was a bit of a curve ball or something you didn't expect. I think it's more curveball than expected. Actually, I think some of the things we thought would be really positive are actually much more challenging. I see interpretation as how we look a CIA postive negative challenge as I was aspects that I thought our CIA cinistry composite that was going to be looked one way. Then the rally was different. However when we worked out why that was happening. You know that you will on this aspect spikes. We have some air on us, but realize that that could take it to a higher level or it could take too much mall crisis level again it comes down to that. Astrology interpretation. It could be positive negative challenge. Oh difficulty. Sure. I mean, have you guys ever had though any like really rough transit's like that that coincided with like a notable like blowout or something like that? Oh, those eclipses stall the okay that was that was Myers grade, cried we are in Egypt's. The Venus retrograde when we are travelling America. Yeah. It's and because we have the same chart it's very potent. Right. So I mean, one of the questions is does that help though. 'cause I think whether things that was surprising to me is that the answer is not always as much as you think it is like knowing the trans doesn't always remove the issue or does that mean you can solve the issue. The issue is just there in the strategy happens to be reflecting. And and you can both be like, well, that's great. But have to work out. Exactly. I actually think that knowing the transit's has saved our asses on many occasions because it helps us at least recognize that total. This is happening. This is for reason. There's a reason we're we're triggering each other this way or there's reason this is being activated in us right now. But it doesn't help us actually deal with it. Right. Because not like a magic wand to solve it. You're like decide done a fine. The problem. Exact same issue on a C that you run into clients that occasionally you'll have somebody that wants to be a client to client who thinks that astrologists just like magic, and it's gonna solve all their problems. But oftentimes what you're doing is sometimes describing them or telling them things about their life up till now or about their present that they already kind of know just because the astrologists just reflecting that. And that's not necessarily in the herons Lee. As like magically useful as as some people might assume. Right. Yeah. It's like, it's it's still something to be like, wow. This matches the energy of the moment in some way. Whether it that's, you know, just current transits in the world or current transit's teach others charts or things like that. But yeah, you still have to do something about it roll. And I work with psychotherapists like all over the country site coach treat with clients. So I always. He's always when I see a client. I encourage them to seek further therapies based on my assessment of their chart based on just the difference like logical practices that exist, and one of my therapist, I work with most frequently. She calls me, the validation therapy. So somebody's going through a very difficult time. She says ghosts Eugenia, and you will actually learn that the there's a reason this is happening. And sometimes that's all you need from strategy. Others reason like I mean, I've I've had clients come to me who have just lived through like those those experiences were you just don't you don't even wanna hear about it. 'cause it's so tragic even know someone has had to go through these experiences, and they'll come see me oftentimes through a therapist referral. And I'll say it will. Yeah. Let's let's take a real good. Look at this transit or this progression. Whatever it might be. This is actually I promise you some point. You're going to recognize why this is happening and somewhere find announce of gratitude for it that the heavens above our our guiding you that they there for you there with you. And so yeah. So I think of it as validation therapy astrology and a lot of but yet doesn't actually give us. Like what like come in and mediates yet? Yeah. Well, and I know that we've talked about that issue. Right. I didn't know if he wanted to just the, you know, if the astrology is correlating with like certain conflict or something like that. How much do you put it on the strategy of the moment versus like, no? This is really a thing that I'm mad at you. Hi, you know? About that. Like, if one of us is having a Mars transit and happens to be particularly irritable that day, and it sparks an argument. Like how much is the astrology just like reflecting that like you didn't get enough sleep at night, and you're more irritable. And that's it. You just need to like get through that period versus how much is it more causal how much is it? Like, you're having this transit. And that's part of maybe not the only reason, but a contributing cause to irritability in some sense. So that we need to be more Cognis, we need to be actively more cognizant of the astrology because it somehow causing these things to happen versus it just correlating with it. And therefore it not being if it's not a cause than it's not the primary thing we need to address. Yeah. Yeah. And I think that you know, there's there's good arguments for both sides and probably it's different proportions in any different circumstance. Because like sometimes it really is just like, no, either one of us are both of us is going to be feeling a certain way, more than usual in this moment because. That's the strategy of this moment. And that's actually helped me a lot. I feel like that's kind of why I go to that side. Sometimes because for instance, say there's like a transiting moon square sadder and just just in the transit's themselves, not charts or anything. And like if I didn't know that astrologically I would be like where are you not connecting with you? Now, you know, like, I would blame you more probably or you anyone, you know. And since I know the astrology of any given moment not really trying to obsess about it. But just because I usually do you know what's going on? Then I am just like Kay. That's what the moment is right now, you know, and I think that actually like takes away from like fights that could happen. You know that I definitely agree with that. I can see that. There's also a flipside which is and sometimes I've seen it come up in other people's relationships. But sometimes blaming the transit's for something rather than addressing the underlying like actual issue and the danger that I worry about with a more causal approach to astrology is that sometimes it might lead. You more to focus too much on the astrology rather than like, whatever the issue is at hand. Right. And like think you don't actually have to work out specific issue between you as individuals because you can put it off on the astrology. Yeah. That's like in your charts or or otherwise. And that's one of I think probably one of the most like teat like you're on the edge with that one. All the time, you know in your heart. Yeah. I think. Try to make things fits all you over compensating by the knowledge that when my have RAV is dealing with the issue, we should the Pechiney in relationships to expound on. Oh, I think all of that. Is the danger of day in astrology in the sense that e- e could be very commonsensical rely. She was somebody something happens. And you just have a fire all you might level. Do every nuts over that? Wherever is it. Just just happened. If he saw intellectualize it. Yeah. There's a real danger because you don't you're gonna keep coming without problem again. And again, and there's also within Julie when you know things are coming like Amar's retrograde. It's it really for it puts everything a bit more an edge them for couples who don't know that's happening right now 'cause you're aware of. Venus retrograde Rainer mercury retrograde when he clips in. So that's one of the reasons I try not to look at transit's if impossible because this is what I do for a living. But because. I'm a big believer of co creating our reality, right? And I don't necessarily believe that we have free will I kind of think based on what we've learned as a strategies and just watching people starts all day long. I think there's a plan some magic divine god-like plan. I don't know how or that's the faith in strategy. Some something put this together in whatever put us together was a brilliant brilliant architects of reality. But I also believe in our co creation with the gods above with our experience and because I'm a big fan of neurology. And the neuroscience, I know how the brain works, and when we put ideas into the brain brain starts to believe it also. And so there are there are elements. So for example, one of the examples I used just with clients is. When our parents say to a child, you're ugly. You are ugly. The brain starts to believe that. Right. And it's not true. Right. We get to actually believe what we want. And so when I look at trans especially in the relationship how much of it is me assuming we're gonna have that challenge. Because of that trim Setzer verses, you know, like like like Tareq sane, maybe people who don't understand Charlotte. This kinda like have a tiff when Mars is like on their son that day, and they just laugh through in just like make their way through whereas an astrologer couple says you have Marzahn your son right now, like you're really activating me, and I can feel your energy. And and I think that that is the constant walk of the blessing and the curse of understanding this information from personalise, and then exponentially with our partners who also understand a strategy is how much do we? Place our energy towards trying to figure out what this is going to look like versus being in the moment. Yeah. That's definitely like a core issue. I think core issues you bring up. Yeah. In the underlain issue. There's the danger of creating the situation that you think you're seeing in the astrology or the person. Yeah. Just like accidentally creating something because they're paying attention the astrology too much at let's say trying to think of the keyword for that. There's some fulfilling prophecy pop ac-, but like instead like doing it in your relationship, and that's something you definitely want avoid in that. Sometimes a good reason not to look at the astrology. But instead to just do the relationship. Right. Well, I mean, I think also one of the things that if you're in a relationship using astrology, whether it's one of your both of you over a long enough period of time, you see that you can still actually be surprised how things turn out even if you can all the symbolism Jenner. Understand all this embolism. And so that's I think been interesting to me over time because I think I worried more with the astrology before you know, like in earlier years, and I can't say never worry about things now. But it's just more like I've seen enough instances at this point in either of our of our charts where it's like, oh, I thought that was going to go a certain way, but it went slightly different than that. You know? And after you know, a period of time of seeing that it's like, okay? Well, you don't need obsess about astrology. I just wanted to say as an example when we thinking about significant date. I mean, we definitely should have continued to just heads everyone. That's true. Like that. But we would just try not to kind of like with the day. And then that turned into a nightmare. Is it really dead disagreeing about that election days? It's like waiting to do or initiates for big. Yeah. Yes, we dealt with this yet. But one could imagine would be a nightmare. And I've seen in other astronauts, go couples, although it wasn't that bad in those instances. But I could see it being is like picking a marriage date. Yeah. Picking eight intellectual, especially if you had different approaches like if you're ever be different houses are different rulership ships serial versus tropical. And then you've gotta try to pick a date. Yeah. That would be rough. Now that would be obnoxious glad that we don't have different election purchases. I mean, it's policy, for example, astrologer or whatever is useful for any couple. You know, because you could try work things out yourself, you you you have a masters. Let's say psychotherapy wherever I've masters in in. They said we get together we go to all works out, but emotions and all these sorts of things and different perspectives can can really become quite retarded Rayleigh Tim to make making obvious decisions. Yep. And we definitely came across that one time like a perception of net chain. Oh, Pisces Venus. Yup. -ception for my -ception, very different. And then went into doing his learning about the differences of those. You know, interpreting those symbols on those ideas, but then time goes by. Right. So that's a day. Jay with them to see strategist who who might be no one might be more interested in the grounded us spects of strategy. Like, let's say copper, call all the go the other person might be mall, romantic coins interested in Pisces and Saad. Right. If you see what I mean? Definitely like interpretations in general, but how your own chart even might color what you're drawn to or how you interpret certain things Estrella strategy in the conflicts of choosing a date like such an important one on as conflicts is very challenging. And just as a side note, we were actually at my cousin's wedding last fall, and they couldn't have picked a better date in aided no idea Venus to the mid heaven was Leah perfection. No idea. Yeah. That happens sometimes without essential Alexis. Little of the universe sin. Chris. Just common sense will provide the onces, and that's sometimes it becomes detrimental. It shouldn't be sure. Emotions and perspectives and also conditioning for the past of experiences may skew very obvious common-sense decision. Yeah. Right. Yeah. That's definitely a big. I mean, that's just an issue in general in terms of win to try to use a strategy to control or like manipulate the outcome of things of the future versus win to just let nature, tickets course. And that's one of the core. Hardest probably long standing debates in astrology in general probably subtly because that's just tied back into like the whole fate free will thing that's a perfect other example of manifestation of it. Yeah. Well, and you can see I mean, this is kind of just the side note, but you can see in this entire like meta discussion of like this this whole enterprise is not for everyone. And like even talking about these things are worrying about these things like most people in their day to day life. Don't wanna be like contemplating fate and free will about like what they're doing that day. You know? And that's it takes a certain type of person to want to engage in those discussions that frequently greater ramifications of leaving the house at this time. Like an hour later. Like, I love that. You know that not everyone loves and. Yeah, that's not all you system getting its just right or wrong. It's ju- show the same values and. Yeah. And I totally agree. I think this is so interesting this point that has been brought up it is. It's this fine. Dance of. Yeah. The integration of astrology. It's it it is it's a it's a tricky thing. And it's funny actually talking about it with you because we're only talking to each other about it all that time. So this is bringing in bringing to light some kind of because we're so insular because we can't really I have a. I have an lucky I have friends who speak this language. So that's other outlets for this. Just my own personal experience of strategy. But at the same time it now that we're stepping back and looking at it it's actually revealing to me. Wow. This part of our life because you forget people don't live. You take for granted. And it's only once you step outside of their start realizing how it could have gone a different way or how somebody else's life is different that you realize what the uniqueness of the situation. I think I actually had that realization again recently when we were doing some whether to elect certain things setting up our new apartment, and it's like if either of us thought this was super weird like this would not work, right? Like we wanted to like we're gonna do like the showing for the apartment, and we're like if we could just delay by ten minutes, we could get this other rising. Number like, okay. You say that you have to go back to the house, and we will delay by ten minutes before walking in the door. Great attention to the time as we walked just see like someone else who is not involved in any of these things like you are a crazy person. And we're not moving into. So I mean that would be really tough. And I keep coming back to that statement that that'd be really tough because that's all I can think, but there's a lot of people that find their selves in that some trying to think of because I don't want to point to bleak of a scenario. This is something that Lisa and I talked about beforehand as we are a little nervous about doing this. Because we're so were presenting a certain perspective 'cause both couples are astrologers dating other astrologers are being in long term relationships. And so were obviously, very pro that and for each of us, especially since we're professional astrologers is more of like ideal scenario for us. But I don't want there. I know there's sometimes they people that listen to the podcast who are astrologers themselves but their spouses, and but they still play it in the car and their spout spouse. For example, ends up hearing, you know, large much parts of the podcasts. I want to forget. Good. You will like. Car, but I don't wanna paint a bleak scenario and say that it's like not possible to have a stable long-term relationship with an astrologer or for that still be a good permanent supportive in lake. Great relationship, if you don't aren't both there because I do think it's possible. I just think having some flexibility and some understanding and some openness to trying to see where the purse other person's coming from and trying to be considered of that not just for the non astrologer partner towards the strategy to all this crazy stuff electoral strategy, but also for the astrologer towards their non astrologer partner to try to be understanding of even though like a stroller sometimes fall into the it's not a trap. But it's something we all do of just taking for granted that the way that your life is and what your belief system is is the same for everybody instead of stepping outside of yourself, and realizing that it looks it could look a little. It weird or could look different for somebody else. And especially if you have a partner that's coming from that perspective to be try to be understanding of that. I mean, I think there are pros to I think there are like positive things for not being in an astrology released. Yeah. Okay. So meal on astrology relationship. I think one of the things is that very thing. You just said, which is you sometimes forget like how any of this sounds to anyone else who's not an astrologer much into the shorthand keep you grounded. Yeah. They could keep you grounded in like the rest of the world. Top top top five reasons to not date. Yeah. I mean. Yeah. So I think, you know, just keeping you kind of remembering what it's like to talk about not just to talk about astrology with people who aren't astrologers. So you don't get too much in your shorthand. But I think also being reminded that there are other ways to other lenses through which to view the world in strategy is not the only like one true lens. And it is a very perceptive limbs. But it's certainly not the only one and I've had that. I I had a family member told me that one like, yeah. That's a good lens. You know? And it's like reminding that there are other lenses through which you can think about the world, and you don't have to stick to just this one. So I think that's actually really useful a tool. Yeah. That there might be other tools for looking at the world. I mean, even other like metaphysical tools like tarot could imagine like structure dating somebody that does terro the differences in their approaches to some extent, not being necessarily the same. Yeah. Though it work. Yeah. So I think yeah. Just keeping you connected to the rest of the world in a variety of ways as like a big pro gonna come up with like for more. I would say decision making because I think biggest. Gross. Biggest stores you relax. His relationship with his not necessarily. Structure, like the the benefits of an astrologer hardcore astrology, let's believer quote, unquote, being in a relationship at the non astrologer, I think decisions like we just actually had experienced just a couple of days ago end. About to make a pretty big decision. And we were friends saying will mercury is at twenty nine degrees of pasties. So this is like we needed to make this decision this decision and somebody who they would go maybe more of their gut. Right. They would take it. I think that it can get so heady astrology that takes out of the gut takes it out of the ground at takes it out of the intuitive knowing or just listening to ourselves and. You know, it's an it is frustrates. Those are those moments. I think actually are the moments that really I really dislike about being in a relationship whether astrologers like I don't care that twenty nine. I don't care. I don't care that. That's. And actually, I really don't this is he is more into this than I am. Okay. So like I actually don't care where mercury is right now making a decision. I just don't. It'd be more on his side. Yes. Just. A little I mean, because you're very spiritually minded, and you're very like you've got that very symbol as it symbolist. Case if how you type strategy for you. He's like if he not how pale you out, Hoppy this trilogy's gnaws important. Maybe so you being what I didn't mean to cut you off or diminish what you're saying. 'cause I, you know with the point you're making us actually, really good that Estrada's could be paralyzed by the astrology leg, if we're both like we can't find intellectual date, and you know, we need to do something important. And we put it off put off something where dating a non astrologer. They would be like we have to do this. Totally. That we waited. So like sometimes I think about how long we waited to meet for the first time, and I wanna hit my head. We were waiting like we have to be together at the great American Zulu. Because you know. It's like we should have met months before. We did. We're just sitting there waiting to meet each other ticket had been bought. So it wasn't like we're gonna change it. Cool that we we don't even go see it. We were we thought from Colorado. But and so, you know, what were you doing exactly? Okay. Okay. You see movie or something? You know? But but it's like it is it's like. There have been to too many moments. I think like like this election idea, we should have done something. We should have made a big decision. Because commonsense go do that. That's obvious. Everything is laid out free to do that. I was like hope it's much right now that was me, you know. We kick each other for those moments. Sometimes like why were we paid inches in that more than what we knew? Sure. So that is the struggle in. That's yeah. Find the will be struggle. 'cause then let's say let's go back in the other sides, our like making structures sound neurotic the other side of that. Of course is like if you weren't paying attention at all, and like you just met up under or or you did something important and decided to like run off to Vegas and get married, and like Mars, and Venus, and Pluto and lake twenty asteroids all conjunctiva the same degree on that day. And that just from generic perspective. Let's say wasn't would not be like the ideal situation for like a long term partnership that you want to last for many years or whatever that looks like from whatever perspective we're talking about. And it is it's it's it's the chicken or the AIG conversation. It's the deep philosophy of being an astrologer, which if you're drawn to astrology. Your deep philosopher, this is the nature of people onto this, especially as a profession. But yeah, it is. It's will if we had chose that date would could we have worked through that challenges of those right? Or would it completely destroyed us or you know, and you'll never know? Right. And were you supposed to get married at that certain time versus another if you just went and did it, you know, it was part of the plan for it to be a difficult relation to you know, and you get something from that or whatever. But yeah, that's a whole meta issue. I mean, sometimes that's an issue of self. When you when the relationship starts at the beginning, you see the charts, and you see some of the difficulties and you have to make the decision should I do this. And then my willing to sign up for what that entails racial. I even date this purse. Yeah. Exactly this industry composite. Absolutely. Which is like can go either way in terms of like, no, that's not a valid thing to do that. You should be open to whatever the relationship is all at the astrology. Clued some experience versus on the other side of the spectrum. Sometimes the astrologists says exactly what it is. And you knew ahead of time in walked into knowing like a disaster and e- I've been on both sides of none of like walking the relationship knowing pretty well, the astrology just like 'cause sometimes one of the issues astrologers run into is seeing the astrology but wanting it to be other than it is. So like AB seeing that the astrologists not really good, but like in their heart at the time, really wishing that this could work out and trying to make it work and keep trying to make it work. Even if it's not sometimes that can be something that astrologers run into is, you know, trying to ignore the astrology, but still somehow having at work out that way, right and similarly Amion like seeing either through your disparate birth charts or seeing any time in coming up in either of your charts like thinking, maybe this won't last very. Long. And so is that a reason to not do it? Or is it is it just go ahead knowing that, you know, that's like a kind of corollary issue. Like seeing any of those things up front in the beginning of a relationship. Yeah. We'll in that kind of thing brings another point why it's would be advantageous to not be astrologer is when you're looking at the others chart, I think at the end of the day, all we have. I think to me the greatest power astrology is learning are chart in learning to embody it in embody ourselves in our own knowing and when the other person is in injecting ideas about who you are from their interpretation you're getting to know your chart more in. So for example, if say your partner who doesn't know anything about astrology has is having to Mars transit on they're very aggravated right now, or you know, like, I have an example of a gal she kind of understands a Muir. On her husband's been going. You know, he's ended his you're on his opposition. But she knew that it was a passing thing for him. And she could really embody what she was needing to learn from it on her own terms from her own chart that yes, he's going through these things, but she can't dialogue that with him. So I'm just going to instead see wise, he my partner like why what is it the I'm needing to learn right now from him being in my my life and my energy field in kind of taking it into your own experience of how can I be a better partner? How can I be a better human just only having this information in my own guidance getting through life? This is my weight understand myself better. Not to understand you better necessarily or us better. Just, sir. This is about me becoming the best me. I can be or something. I don't know if that made any sense. Yeah. We'll. This village of having to strategies with the advantage. Yeah. But also, if you're an astrologer on the other person is in let's say, and we'll look at it and found the moment, right? I think he takes responsibility full the astrologer. Let's say if somebody they looked at the CIA, and he was like well will really compatible. This is this is incredible. If you stop basing solutions that vagus Woodley communing te'o dough because they might fit that. No. Who you all they haven't even what the out yet? Ryan, I think it might make the astrologer intimidate vantage of learning. This may be more tolerant to that. I'll give them an advantage insensitive. Well, float do the dome of love and relationship, but maybe I can see more empathetic, basically to the other intimidate all looking at the signs of whether it's going to work or not I think that's definitely an advantage. If you so something that wasn't compatible. And then you'll start just testing the relationship that you would doing any relationship. Getting to know somebody straightway becomes obvious with us not compatible. The may be can be less. You know, Multon she'll say we'll get into something with us. Joe Knaw, whether just responsibly big install agenda, settling I think. If you won't into something knowing that this is going to be difficult because you're stroll agenda. You can be discerned in cut from the style into of humane. I mean, I think you can try. But I mean, I tried that once it was like an experiment where I was like this looks like a disaster. And then I was like this is still this is like the last experiment. I had in my like free will modern astrologer phase of life. I'm like, no, I want to overcome this. And I will not be dominated by my stars. And it was just like the worst possible relationship and just like it was exceeded even like worst expectations in terms of like how badly it could have gone, and it turned into like a stalker situation and getting harassed for like years like after the relationship is over and just like it was all they're like in the chart ahead of time. But I very much thought that I would I really want to try to experiment of like, maybe I can overcome the negative indications which were both in like the cinistry than. Edel charts in the transit's and everything else. But it was one of those situations where wasn't negotiable. Sometimes there's like negotiable things where yet truly like you can go into it, and you can go sheet things or through hard work, and dedication, and perseverance you can like like becomes a surmountable difficulty. But there's some things in life that you know, it's not a matter of being able to change that. It's just something either you can accept deal with or something which is just a dealbreaker. And sometimes that's the trickiest thing is you can't always know for sure with the astronauts indications, you can get pretty strong ideas. But you may not always know ahead of time. What's going to be negotiable? And what's not and then? Because they're the chart is still not the person. So even though the symbols might be really strongly saying something or some kind of flavor of something you still don't know in the end before you go through knowing that person. Like exactly how it will be. The common sense. Just obvious feeling experience that isn't ness- over lights the headache mall. Kind of intellectual side. Yeah. You just the actual obvious failing of attraction repulsion, right, right? It gives you clues. You know, that it doesn't give you the whole picture. And conversely, like if you see like a chart that looks really compatible with your is it doesn't mean you're going to be on a relationship, softly reverse. I'd like had like some weird circumstance like very early on in my astrological wral more like someone realized they had the same placements at by degree as a bunch of my placements. And they're like, oh, and I'm like, no like there's nothing going on here. You know? And it doesn't mean that something will be going just because you have the that cinistry fuss thing point that because I think that really is the test of soon who is in the moment. Using stroll Aji is a gift it's who'll as as something that is of zone. Joe benefit for humanity rather than someone who is controlled on then lives their life by because he can get Jeep in that sense. And you look at something that looks perfect. But then this lows of the FOX's that that you forget about like, maybe that person is totally incompatible with you in an obvious sense. Religiously economically age difference, but because you've looked at the CIA anything. Wow. I just possible for Mason's told with that moons are in the same. They saw kind of thing. Yeah. The is a real test. I think for an astrologer to be able to discern accordingly in that regard because of the ones the not living stroll Ajay, they're actually they are consumed by astrology, always controlling them. Yeah. That makes any sense. Yeah. I mean, there's a famous saying the map is not the territory, and I think. The phrase. But yeah, I mean, I think Trollope really speaks to that. Yeah. Get involved in a relationship while you think looks perfect Selena sadomasochistic relationship. Yeah. I mean, what what are the issues that can come up also as you can have perfect cinistry, but the transit's could be off. And sometimes you run into the situation where this would have been a great relationship would be a great relationship ten years from now. But like one of you or both of you are not in the right place at the right time, or this would have been a great relationship ten years earlier. But something about your transit's at the time, and where one or both of you are at the time just makes it so that it's not a right in that moment. Okay. So how would you descend that? Then I mean, like one of the things could be like one of them's having heavy urine ass- Venus transits at the time. And so their predisposition at the time might be for more like short term relationships or they're seeking more ethics. Site -ment rather than settling down into like a short term in a long term relationship, or maybe it's a urine his transit's going through their fourth house or through there. So that they're moving around a lot, and they're not a stable situation, or it's going through their ten thousand they're deciding to like, you know, move abroad to pursue their careers, something like that not stay in their hometown for like a long term relationship. And I mean, there's a lot of scenarios like that where you can have great cinistry. But it just could not be the right time. There's other scenarios like zodiac releasing stuff like the person's major peak period for Latian ships may be like ten years later, and it's not like that that moment for like their most important relationship for whatever reason. Yeah. Or it may just turn into a great friendship that happens with cinistry as well as day, but it doesn't end up becoming like a major long-term like romantic relationship. But incident turns into like, a platonic friendship or something like that. Yeah. Because usually up good sinister you with people, you're. Yeah. Absolutely. I think everything just said that really highlights the difference between, you know, someone recognizing astrology for its benefits in terms of you know, that that mall methodical study of it. Then. Looking for example. We've all been the who starting off. I mean, my son could with the Olsen bread. And always anyone studies astrology knows that there is just obviously so much more than sun sign astrology. But what you've just said there is like he makes even deeper because somebody could look at a child and he's perfect. But in this all out of the thing to consider as well. Yeah. That there's alternately like so many factors going on at any time that there's a lot that psych outside of your hands. And sometimes even that makes some things like unknowable, and as a result of that that unknowable nece should humble, you rather than being era that about it and saying, you know, the future, you know, exactly how things are gonna work out in a strict sense that you have to have some openness to like things going different ways. Yeah. And I love that you brought up to when I saw tired chart. I didn't see anything about. Our cultural differences or religious background differences. Or in didn't even I couldn't have possibly predicted that and that because I looked at these points in the chargers, this is gonna be so cool. You know, I got excited, and I didn't go to two into it. But I got excited, and then of course, you know, the rubber hits the road. And you actually there are these nuances that cannot be found in an astrologer chart, you know, they are in their challenges that again can't be defined. You know, you can't know someone's necessarily religious background looking at their chart or their cultural background or what country they're from or their ethnic background in all these different things those things are profoundly effective. Not just you come from an astrologer LS does dif- unless you could Kate me. Hey, guys, you know, whether when you actually get together physically with gonna go bang all know, or if you see what I mean. Yeah. I mean, there's there's a little bit of that that you see in terms of like, do you guys have because there's different types of relationships that are gonna have different strengths. It's like, do you have a lot of strong, Venus and Mars aspects in your cinistry? And so is the physical element gonna be there? Or is that going to be your primary connection or do? You have strong like mercury connections for communication and the way that you guys think or something like that. Or do you have strong sun and moon connections for just like the emotional or underlying just like essence of of yourselves, and and some sort of connection between that so that can be different levels in terms of that. I think yes, sometimes you can see like, well, maybe we'll get on more in this area relationship will have more difficulties or connect as well in this area. But certainly, you're right that when you actually get together like that can really, and you see how it actually works out in person that can be a different level than just to abstract. Like what the astrology says? Yeah, it's much more fleshed out rather. Just like a single symbol. Yeah. Yeah. Literally. That is the highlight. Threes. It's real, isn't it a screen? Yeah. Yeah. You know, this these very light could call it crew Oviously aspects the birds in the bays all just relationship. Whatever kind of relationship is if you working for somebody in the not paying enough, oh, you know, these kind of like dealbreakers that happened in Malaysia which a chalk could think these loves of compatibility rent, but the actual third dimensional physical reality all doing life together. You know, you might be subconscious though patterns in the past but nothing to do with a strategy, which create you know, issues related to. Actually getting only life which you come see in the to extend. But again, it's the actual communication. I think really is the key the relationship to communicate and being able to just get on, you know. Yeah. It's just Oviously isn't that when you think about, but we have like this tool that we talking about now, maybe mixie's things differently. Sure. Yeah. All right. So we're getting towards the end of this. I'm just trying to browse through our outline in through some of that we received a bunch of great questions and comments on Twitter's. Thanks to everybody who sent those in sort of didn't get to all of them. Just trying to see if there's any other things that we wanted to touch on before we wrap it up. Yeah. I don't know. Did we cover all the ones that we the questions that we highlighted earlier? Yeah. I think we Nestle did again, we touched on. So there was a Alicia Yousef. Who does the water trio podcast with Kelly? She commented that the plus of dating other structures knowing each other's charts, and the understanding and forbearance that can come with that the minus is the same. But with assumptions and judgments come that come into play. So I think we've covered that pretty well. In terms of that being you know, some of the Korir struggle to some extent. Jewison thing. I did. Thank you. One of the things I just wanted to quickly mention in here Utah about stealing each other's transits. And I think that's kind of interesting concepts. You know, when one partner's going through one transit in it's so deeply affecting your life and things of that nature is a little different for us because we're going to the exact same time. But what is I just want to hear more personally? I wanna hear more. What that looks like for you to. Explain that one. I mean, this was your observation. But I'll explain generally. So I had this lake will Lisa was having Jupiter transit once that was connected with her seventh house, and I it was going act, and she was like waiting for some really amazing stuff to happen in her life. And then I just had this amazing month where I like discovered like the origin of published a paper on how the four elements came to be assigned to the signs of the zodiac, and I gave the commencement speech at Keppler college. And I ended up like on Fox News for some reason like predicting that Hillary would run in two thousand sixteen and then what's weird is thinking about that. Now, I never made this connection. I always also launched the podcast within a month of that transit. So I was knocking the park and we realized what was happening Lisa realized much to her dismay that her seventh house Jupiter transit was manifesting in my life and like amazing stuff happening. But then she's like, but what about me like, we're stealing? Catchphrase she fondly referred to that as stealing her juvenile. Yeah. And that was before. Anyway, that was kind of like before I switched from purely modern western astrology because that would be like, it's my duper transit versus more traditional will be like. Yeah. But it's connecting your seven thousand. The other houses are literally like the other people in your life. And sometimes it doesn't have anything to do with you. It's just a transit can be showing something that's happening in the life of somebody close to you. Right. Well, which brings up early good point from the whole sign perspective or the Hellenise perspective. So I'm with us superstar man, I have Sagittarius in my seventh with Jupiter, you're on us and Neptune. And every man I have been with has been super sad. Maybe not by sign maybe, but they all share the same characteristics. Right. They're all just like the same kind of energy. I like foreigners and people who travel, and you know, love to see the world and things of that nature. And so that's a really good thing that you kinda crossed over. There is just if you are not dating and astrologer, look, you know, it's still the person in your life is still going to MIR your your chart, and you'll know a lot about them from your own. Chart, you know, even if you never see your partner start it probably have like a good understand what they'll be going through based on your from homeless perspective, which I think is really interesting, and that's one of the coolest things I think about dating other structures being able to make some of those observations, and then like immediately tell the person than share them 'cause then you're actually learning together. And you're like, accelerating your learning and somewhat. Definitely with those. I just want to say of a, you know, today known astrologer is it something there's no competitive kind of. Right. Career. Pretension or anything like that? And as long as that person has a respects feet what y'all doing because I think it becomes detrimental when the person in trying to control what you doing all season is negative, obviously. Then it's going to be really difficult situation. Because obviously the Proximus hose could become priced all gonna feel valued for what the doing. So that's just straight away not gonna work with oh unlikely. Anyway, am licence attest of integrity to keep going to educate. The the, you know, so they hate either way as a challenging situation base somebody has respectful issuing. And yet they give you the space. Likewise, they have their interest. And you give them the space. It could work. Really? Well, let's point the competition. The battling of the minds of the astrologers. Sure. That's a huge point. That's great. Yeah. Easy about than is being to stroll Ogies. Yeah. Sure. Yeah. Because if you're both in the same crew. Airfield than their competition. Just naturally I'm reading through other questions. So max Higley on Twitter at max Higley says I think the good point to touch on his house strategy can negatively impact relationship in twenty seventeen I dated this girl in constantly checked her birth chart transit's progressions, Luna returns to a point where it became obsessive. And almost invasive, and that brings up a broader point noticed 'cause I noticed this hanging around older astrologers like when I got to know like rob hand or Dmitri, George is that I noticed a difference between there's some usually like there's a phase that newer astrologers, go through in the first few years of their study where they're just studying astrology intensely, and they know everything about their own chart and everything that's going on. And they're checking it regularly. They know like all their friends and family members chart of partner. They know what's going on in their chart, and they're just like tracking all of that sort of obsessively, which is fine. And that's a stage everyone goes through. And it's a perfectly. Healthy to some extent stage to go through as a natural part of the process of learning astrology. But there is a point where at some point I think that levels out a little bit. And sometimes you don't always need to know constantly like what's going on or be tracking constantly focusing obsessively on that, I know some of the older astrologists that I know while they have a general idea of some stuff go going that's going on. They don't obsess about their own chart or the charts people around them necessarily in the same way as a newer astrologer would. And obviously that's going to vary like, depending on the astrologer and impersonal person. I'm shoes different levels of intensity. But I just know that that's there's different phases in an astrologer's career. And that's going to be different being in a relationship with an astrologer depending on where they're at in terms of that they're phases of them to agree with that. I mean, and then I know at certain points like we had that discussion where like you felt more like that was true that most astrologers after awhile didn't focus. On his much, right? And I was like I don't think that's true for everyone though. That's like one way you can go with it because I was still looking at a lot of things more in detail. But I think the difference though, I think it's still true in general. And I think the difference is whether you switch to focusing on it as a learning tool, and as more of just like a general part of your life with a strategy versus like obsessing in more like ego, driven fashion, or in a lake lake neurotic, or worrying fashion. What things that you? Learn a becoming a psychotherapist Donen allies, the people in your life. Just don't do that too. Don't do it. I was I'm I'm I feel somewhat fortunate that I've never really dug into my family's charts. Or his. That that that's going to put you on as an outlier though. Yeah. Definitely. And I was seeing client. That's fine. I'm saying the same thing. Right. I'm just saying. That's not typical. That's all right. Yeah. Yeah. And I and one of the very first like readings I gave was to a friend, and I will, you know, kind of slipped past that many times I've made so his do not like for me. Do not do not read your friend starts period. That is a no go not happening for me because the imbalance becomes so great between myself, and the friend because all this stuff, and they don't see it about me her. And so we it's really I've lost friends because of this. And so for my family members. I think I in heritage because of my training new don't don't do it. And every once in a while, I will look Barreiro early. And in a I realized maybe seven years into it. Oh, yeah. My you're honest on my brothers moon. Everything I do makes him mad against say anything right to them. And I kind of recognized that about him. But I really don't. I don't like kinda know my dad's my dad's going through notably turn right now. And so am I, but I don't wanna I don't wanna see where what degree how I just. I don't wanna know. I just don't I want to be with my family. As is an also I'm again between us I'm less involved in our charts than he is. Because I just I want to be with him. I want to be with I wanna in because again, come from the psychotherapeutic background. I'm a lot more interested in his neurology and his patterns and watching him with his family's in his friends and seen how he interacts and then holy hadn't that's affecting our relationship from that. So I think I'm just have such a unique training that has taught me don't get people in your life involved in this stuff because it becomes not not great. Sometimes. I mean, the curiosity though of has never driven you to look at your parents. Words, I've looked I've peaked at them. I know their sun moon rising. I know, but I had no little I think I think to the is like when you look CIA on the case if you start to form an opinion because how not to. So sometimes like actions come be taken of this Elvis, you know, because of looked someone's CIA rather than you may think, you know, family included might come to point where well, I'm going to be a little bit multicolored. Now, this particular time or I'm gonna maybe make a move just in case anything happens and all that kind of. Aspects of responsibility in astrology ikat related. No. Yeah. I mean, it's just like with parents and family members, for example, that's one of the weird inversions though. And I think that's why new students often times those are some of the first charts that the look at because you already have an opinion like you've been living with these people for your entire life. Like, you're let's mother and father and siblings or aunts and uncles or whatever, you know them. And you have already pretty formed opinions about who they are. Let's say you're fifteen or twenty or thirty years old at that point. And then you learn a strategy, and then all of a sudden, you could look at their chart, and that gives you a slightly different perspective on that person. But it's one of the unique instances where you've already formed opinions. And then you get to see look at it through the lens of astrology to see what that looks like versus with new relationships. It's the opposite. And that's where it becomes more problematic because there is more of a danger of forming an opinion about the person based on the charm before you get to know them. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I know enough basic like, I know, I don't know my dad's rising because of his hit we don't know it. But I, you know, I know I know actually did a family tree of sun moon rising for all the way back to great grandparents because we have times on a lot of people. It was the same three basically repeat repeats remind tire family lineage, but it stopped there for me because that's really cool though. Like doing that kind of researchers seeing that much informed like something about your practice. Just that that's possible. That's actually part of my data points. I keep his with families charts. And it's just a remarkable remarkable. What repeats? Yeah. Like DNA patterns and cosmic patterns are not different registrant via an I don't know how or why. Or you know, we figure that out only nineteen seventy we figured out blood patterns are repeated one day somebody will also be yet repeats in the sky. But regardless I think. For me because again of the psychoanalytical aspect of my training. I don't wanna psycho analyze my family, my, friends and. I. It's kind of like a boundary thing for me more than a a learning tool like my mom's Aquarius rising you're on his conjuncture son in the fifth. I don't need to look at anything more than that. Because I basically says everything I need to know about I wanna leave it there with her. I don't want. I that's enough for me to metabolize. Right. So it's it's a boundary thing. And I don't want. I want to be with them and present to them and the name we do have together, which are good and bad rather than I know. I don't know personally. I think some of it is abound. Everything in that can be applicable through like any of these situations might think probably also lends itself to like a wet type of strategy each astrologer is listening because if you're not like really focusing on this psychological aspects as much, and I think it may be feels like less intrusive. Yeah. Her smell -solutely, potentially. You could still see things lots of things. But I don't know why this brings it up, but it made me think of the one of the ethical things this is like a whole other tangent. But one of the ethical things that I think e an ends ajar adopted when they were developing their ethical codes like twenty or thirty years ago in the late nineties twenty years ago is they did incorporate some things from the psychological Nick psychoanalytic models that were standard like ethical things in terms of boundaries, and what are appropriate versus what are not appropriate boundaries. In one of those is quite obviously. Sometimes people don't think about until certificates, but don't date clients, or if you've seen somebody as client professional strategy, and you've seen some client that there's like the window of. I mean, one of them actually tries to specify six months. Six months that if you've seen some client last six months than you have police should not be than dating them, and that's partially to obviously to protect clients and ensure that there's no impropriety on the part of the astrologer, which makes sense. But it it actually raises I've seen instances where this raises and brings up kind of tricky issue when you're talking about because that's ideally, it's designed for the situation where you have a professional astrologer and anonymous stranger client, which is the most delicate situation because then there's a huge power balance. But there can sometimes be instances where you have a professional strategy, and then you have other professional strangers that sometimes I go round just to do consultations. To see how other structures practice, right? And there there's less of a power differential, and there's more parody in. So there becomes a question. There of if those two professional structures end up dating at one point was there, some sort of ethical breach. Just by virtue of the fact that at one point one of them read, the others chart. Yeah. And just issues like that. Yeah. Yeah. And I think one of the things so in psychotherapy, it's going to be much more severe thing because of the legalities and things of that nature. But one of the first things that we learn as if you do find yourself attracted to a client, tell them immediately and ended there we I gotta say I'm attracted to you. And I this is I don't wanna gauge a client therapist relationship. And then you can wait. I think it's much longer to date. It's might be a couple years, actually or something ridiculous like that. But because we talked about this in psychotherapy timely, you there's gonna be some people who walk in your office. That if you're single you're gonna find attractive there's in they're going to be telling you they're intimate details soup before you even start. You say, I'm not your astrologer. I'm not your therapist. We we can go through Florida's colleagues or in the case of two astrologers me when we were to astrologers who met right? So it was an even coming from the psychotherapeutic background. I came from I had to think ethically about it will he's in the community. I am an astrologer of the community. But he's also an astrologer. So I had to actually think about some of that on my end when we are starting to get to know each other, and I said to him immediately. You're my colleague, I will never be your astrologer, you need to know that right now and tell him, I think Superfly. Because you know, but at the time when we were getting to know each other, I was very clear about that. I'm not your teacher. I'm not your astrologer. You're my colleague, and we will converse as such. Yeah. Right. Yeah. And it's a huge. It's a huge piece of the conversation that were for me, that's kind of what I'm trying to bring more into astrology because I am we've talked about this before I just know so many astrologers who have crossed boundaries on many many different levels. And you know, we thought about without him the last time together, I mean, one of the things though, I wanted to I was quick to emphasize that. And I wanna bring up again now is like I know that there are sometimes astrologists who can who've crossed boundaries. But for the most part, I feel like the vast vast majority interactions between the client on the straw early pretty above board. Yeah. No. I totally agree. I think I get. So the Gingas may training it affects me a bit differently because I came from such rigorous. Ethics that for me. It's it like I hear these stories in it. Unfortunately, it gets magnified in my mind about things I've heard, but I agree. There's plenty of this not happening. And as long as we're having these conversations, that's the most important just to get people to think about okay, we'll when do you wanna bring your family's tartan or like, I've made major mistakes with the like, I've even hate to say by Pete that some of the charts of people in his life, and I shouldn't have I should've just want. You think that was wrong? Well, now they have opinions on me. Well, I think the fact that our relations thinks mo- when we look when we look at the situation of trying to help and be of serve as of competiting client. Well, you know, someone's actually asked you to rate that child and pay hey, g to read the CHOGM. And then when you are offering opinions when because you think doing the right thing also when is like going. Oh, yeah. I'd like my shot. Right. And you just do it. You know in the consultation way, right? Does casually. Yeah. Yeah. Then it could become problematic because that person doesn't necessarily valleys the exchange on the service. And then suddenly if winds often an opinion on then it's taken against them. I, you know, they might be enough offering value in the sense of this is your core issue right now, I'm sharing that with the. But then suddenly because he's because he's come along in the professional way. Oh, you know, what was being consultation, and all it could be used against you. Yeah. I don't think he's as like critical movies try and hate, but you've got to be Catholic. Comes to lanes. Dislike that when you offering opinions that professional. Yeah. Our certainly like unsolicited opinions. That's a big one that astrologers need to be careful about that. Sometimes especially if you knew or can be not just temptation, but I'll cease newer astrologers like offering unsolicited opinions or unsolicited delineations, especially like it's funny like in a social context like at a conference like walking up to somebody. And it's it's a funny thing with the podcast as occasionally when I mention this because I want to open it up to having it like happened twenty times to mess with me or something. But like somebody knowing just because they know your chart that they can walk up and start talking to you about it or saying making statements about your life based on it like a head somebody send me an Email like that like a few months ago, and I had to actually wrote a it was a very impressive response. But as very curt response just being like that was very good delineation. However, I did not ask you for. And in the future when you're acting with other professional astrologers, they may react more strongly. If you give an unsolicited delineation that they didn't ask for and guardless of how accurate or correct it is it's just something you don't do. And that's obviously, that's almost a whole other separate topic. But it almost kind of gets tied in here because it could come up both between astrologers, you know, almost psychoanalyzing each other in relationship or an astrologer saying things to a non astrologer in a relationship, and sometimes that's not really appropriate. Even if your intentions are good. Well, and it's true. When you're when like when it's, you know, family members, our friends or people close than to each other. Forms opinion than of us about them right in how they'll support the relationship because we'll I remember when you genius at this one thing in the hang onto it in the thing. So powerful about when we give astrological information, it is grounded in something. We can see we're not just into this. We just aren't that's now some of it short. But like it's pretty like clear because we've seen it repeat so many times that this. So they don't understand how you saw where it came from. But it it lands and people deeper than like tarot reading it just does from my experience. And so when it lands in these people who are in a relationship with you that is friendship family or something in that closer circle. It can really I've found it has had mostly negative impact on me with other relationships that are intimate in my. My life. And I I'm at this point like, no, no, if I if I want to have lunch with you in the future, I'm not gonna read your tar period. I will give you some may be general very general loosened her petitions, but I'm not going there because I've had such a negative. But you told me this. I can't I wanna have dinner with you. I'm gonna like how's your daughter? I don't wanna go there. Just please, you know. You know? Yeah. In terms of responsibility into Ziff, certainly the astrologists in the pow Iino the house, and now she's kind of like entertaining all interesting, but you know, generally everybody wants to get the child right yet. Then then the becomes set in Kochan all set a degree of responsibility connects to how you shed information with people close in the foam Lee. Yeah. I mean, I think what new seem to be getting out his like when you're you're in a sort of a thority role speaking as an astrologer, and like you're trying to sort of Sirte that, you know, something that you wouldn't know otherwise, or you know, it from at least a different angle than you wouldn't know otherwise. And so it's like d- relate as on the same level as just as people connecting versus like, and that can be with regard to dating situations or it can be with regard to these other family or friends where like do you stay in that role of authority figure when you're like not on the clock? And that's obviously like an issue that comes up, I think probably more like earlier on because you're constantly learning. And you're really excited about it. And so you wanna talk about it all the time versus I think later in a specially if people make their profession versus their hobby, which was I think a big distinction, then there is a division between I'm on the clock and acting as an authority figure that you asked me to be versus. I'm offering unsolicited opinions about your life or your personality or what have you? Yeah. Just really quickly before I met talk. I I was interested in this fella in he didn't know anything about astrology Nassim for his birth name. And I think that's actually what had him like, I don't like you wanna see and pull it up. And I looked at it. And I think I could feel even in him. Like, this is weird. You ask somebody else who has a guy wanted to date. And he I was like, oh, and he's like this. No, no. I don't want you to look at me. Why? Sure. And he didn't he was like obliging me. He's like your strategy. But they he could see pretty quickly from my reaction that I understood who he was. And there was no there was no way it's going to be relationship at that point because right away it was imbalanced. Right. It was just we couldn't come to this from equal playing fields. He is gonna take longer to get to know me for me to get to know him for from that instance. And so, and that's kind of circling back to this whole conversation to date tonight at Tate astrologer, regardless the or. Ganic getting to know a human. I think is the most important piece with our partners with our friends, even with our clients to an extent, right? It's okay. So I see all this stuff in your tar. And like how are you feeling today? Once going on in your how you feeling today. Right. And that's this thing we're trying to learn astrology a like tweet mentioned about humility. So that was really. Perspective rarely 'cause you know, we think we know allow somebody else and the chances are having studied it for a long time that there is a degree of precision. That's what makes us different maybe from the esoteric. House. But yet, we don't really know. And that's where the humility comes in. Yeah. I mean astrology is not it's not a crystal ball where you look into new see like a movie of exactly what's going to happen in the future. It's like you're working with symbolism. And there's a certain amount of what is interpretation interpretation, but also not pliability. But like things are a little bit flexible in terms of the interpretation of those placements. So that while sometimes you can feel pretty strongly and get a pretty good on hit about what it's going to indicate especially if there's multiple factors all saying the same thing, they're still a level where it's not until it happens that that you see it for like play out and up until that point. You've not exactly seen the futures. If it's a movie you've seen this like abstract thing in your making an inference about what's going to happen. And as a result of that that lack of? Ignitions you have to adopt some level of humility on. Because if you don't if you go the other direction, which there's some small amount of astrologers that do you really just kind of pretending and you're going to far about pretending as if you have these like magical powers that you don't necessarily possess like a strategy is you can do a lot with a strategy, and you can see way more than you should be able to see, and it can do things that are incredibly impressive that you know, it shouldn't if it could only do like a ten percent of what it can actually do than it would still be amazing actually goes way way beyond that. But nonetheless, they're still limitations to it. And being cognizant of that if you'll ply that not just to you play the to every area as an astrologer relationships is just one of the areas where adopting some level of humility is is useful. Will just a side note about the predictive piece, especially if your parent. I've watched so many mothers just go way too dark way too deep because they see their the transit's coming in their children's charts. And it is you know, we don't have children here. So we haven't that's that's a conversation to have with people who have astrologers who have children with that's about. But I've again, it's just have like faith like even if it is a hard transit coming. There's a reason for it. There's a growth point from it. There's the humility that you don't know what's going to happen to your child. You just don't and boring about it as I'm big, jozy, unknown. And humility all these things we makes the gospel. Yeah. A makes us numb god-like this aspect of gold within all of us. We could say there's no spec to divinity in astrology. But then in the day with human. And that means where prone to mistakes will have different opinions different conditions to make things differently. Some people learn it, then he gets Socrates in kind of us. We don't know anything. So with all that in mind will why wide as the playfulness Saliba come too serious regarding looking at somebody and an why does that sudenly Robin the innocence of getting to know somebody become so complicated. And they saw of intellectual postulations and all about discredits, the BC of his gift that we've been given really when if it could approach it with a certain degree of excite unknown humilie on big yatesy than it could become small, potentially emot- mall integrate thing, Robin, something that's fade. Right. I mean, I think it's because I think you said that really beautifully. Thank you. I think the, you know, it's because a strategy is about knowing things and people get into it because they wanna know things that it becomes sort of a more deliberate thing that you have to remember is that they're still a piece of unknowing. And there still are, you know, it doesn't mean we know everything so for as much as he does use a strategy and looks at it. He's the one who's been like bring it here. Bring it here. He's what has completely revolutionized might practice as an astrologer is in just my life. As an astrologer is bring it to your heart. What does your heart feeling? I have one of those. Believe here right now really actually on a trip right now. But but seriously like, I think if people have a degree of humility is the right word look at such tariffs right now. And also we look at the idea of. The sometimes we become our innocence to express without all say a million books that we've read just an authentic perspective on things is valuable. But ultimately, if we become too like controlled by something anything, whether it's trilogy or anything. We really missing the innocence in the unknown of how it came to us in the first place. I mean, we didn't know any of this to studied at. We've practiced it we become more experiential with a so that's great because value savings. That's what was truly Zolt about Willie Mays the innocence in the kind of the unknown than we really make almost areas of far more complicated. It needs to be. Yeah. I mean, I'm there with you intellectually in theory, but in practice pretty much looking at charts all the time. Yeah. I mean, it's it's to be balanced, and that's alternately. Enough is relevant. But Ptolemy the way that Ptolemy in the second century of an. The way that he defines banana can malefic is actually really interesting because this sound like such black and white and weird concepts in modern times. But the way that he actually defines that is really fascinating from philosophical perspective where he says them laugh IX are often experienced as problematic because they tend to swing towards extremes, whereas the benefits are experienced as more subjectively positive because they tend towards moderation. And so if you think of benefit malefic in terms of swinging going too far in one extreme or another verses adopting moderation. I mean what we keep coming back to. Here's just in all things attempting to adopt moderation, especially when it comes to integrating strategy into relationships. And if you do that without going too far to one extreme another you'll probably be able to find a balance, that's like appropriate acceptable in lake sustainable, especially for the known astrologer relationship. Yeah. Right. Yeah. And then we see her we seem to be, you know, high in my sale, you know, we can actually be more playful and foam, and then it becomes something that the majority of people who maybe not pricing astrology might have set in degree of the wood attraction to then. Sure. And then bring it back to a mall of like, I guess commercial point if he would way to say it right because if known astrologers with an astrologer ministry jazz Olsen, the stunning of say predetermining him, and you know, they can work everything out from a scientific point of view this note much. Play is there in the unknown between people not sometimes innocence that none makes. Another dimension. Right. Just the experience itself of being together. I think we've been kind of talking around both of those things like most of this episode. Yes. So that being paramount that the most important thing just kind of I know we're wrapping up here. But will you describe the UNC l'egypte on because this is one of the things we see the on Kalat the symbolism a lot that the way tarkenton as Egypt. And I think it's a very powerful image that you rela- when you're describing, you know, it's not the cross it's not this hard linear thing. It's this cross with the the loop. The circular piece in willows money, different interpretations, like yours. Tim's of my life will nece an also affects of N. Tim's of grounding. It's just it's just so idea of of energy flow going through the how and then to the outs the brine and then coming back down, and then groundings that what you mean. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. It like you have to do both the ground and the it's it's the earth and the stars right in. If you look at it from this point of view of the mind that I have consciousness astrology heady. If you look at the ground, which is just not so much in the mind is just evasion. Eighteen and stuff. But is that movement that play when it goes into the house base, which is quite relevant to relationships? I guess if we communicate and that's all figure of I on of play in flow than that's how easing it as far as I'm concerned. Yeah. But I I've just people have told those things and the fog right authorities. Not ginny. I like the sky see. Stick around. It. Just tell me about stuff like that. It's he's a great counter vortex in the vortex of strategy in. He knows so much about yet. Somehow he's able to recognize. Hey, bring it here. So yeah. I mean, that's way better than Lisa's says to put up with me and tall. Every. All right, guys. I think we are at the end of this episode. We did it. And this is great. Thank you so much for. Yeah. We did it. This is an experiment. This is the first four person episode in person the astrology podcast. Yeah. Definitely not the last where can Eugenia we can find out more information about you and your podcast at accessible, astrology dot com and disesel podcast and on Instagram accessible Shali and let to Graham new thing. Yeah. You're really good at it too. This is my new favorite thing. Right Tareq where can people find out more information? I'm a bit underground at the moment. So you'd have to take deep. Email if you want to speak to me, I suppose Tarik J T E C K G G Mel dot com. But ultimately, I'm I'm enjoying not being in in any kind of limelight of the moments feeless v Ohka of Tokes people. And if he's been a service does the reason why I'm hey right now. But yeah, I mean, I do intend to probably get myself out there and doing the Tokyo sweet was very was a good idea. Wasn't it? Yeah. A good talk. You should do more of them. And you've made appearances on accessible strategy podcast. Right. Yeah. Yeah. We should be well received. And it's been good. We've enjoyed it. Yeah. But yeah, I do intend to be doing more in the very future. Good until let you know. Awesome. Yeah. Let us know. Lisa can people find him. Just Lisa shaima dot com. Look for the written. It's not phonetic. So just look for the printed version or I. Put a Lincoln that description below this video on the description page for the episode on the astrology podcast dot com. And as always find me at the strategy podcast dot com. So thanks to all of the patrons who supported the production of this episode and helped us create this awesome studio, which we're finally getting some use out of this is pretty exciting. Yes. So hopefully, we'll be back again. So you can find out more information or sign up for the podcast at the astrology, podcast dot com slash subscribe. Otherwise, we'll be back again for episode two to sometime next week. All right. Thanks for watching. Thank you.

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3 Hacks to a highly Productive and Charged Up Life!

Plan B Success

08:26 min | 5 months ago

3 Hacks to a highly Productive and Charged Up Life!

"Hey greetings everyone and welcome back to another episode of Plan. B's success today we're GONNA talk about. How do you have a productive and a really charged up life on the personal and the Professional Front? All of us want to have a great life really successful. We won't be productive. We won't have it highly charged or motivated at all times and we want to achieve the best we can get from. Our efforts. Bell has been a lot of science and research. That's been applied to figuring out what makes it possible for us to be adopt productive best. What kind of habits? What kind of routines can we have? In order to make sure that we get the highest possible amount of success out of our efforts the work that we do as a part of this research several people have been interviewed in order to understand what keeps them. Highly productive unmotivated each day. And let me tell you. These have been people who have had remarkable success in their lives both on the professional and the personal front and there were some things that came out of this resource that I'd like to share today. So how do you ensure that your your productive best and also your height peak motivated state at any given point of time simply boils down to those habits and routines that I just talked about? And there's basically three of them that are the most useful across the board number one only ensure that you have a routine for how you begin your day and how you end your day. What does that mean? Daily power on power off routine sets the stage for ensuring that you have a balanced day. Your mental and physical states are balanced as a result of these routines that you follow and since you repeated every day it becomes a habit never ever start your day in a Russian chaotic state in pursuit of success. All of us are always chasing actions and reactions at any given point of time. We have to take ourselves out of that consciously in order to make sure that we are not in a rush and chaotic state. Every day. When you start your morning started with what works? Best for you never ever started looking at your phone looking at. The news are trying to tackle email. Because guess what that puts you that chaotic state and gets you hooked up so the best way to go about your day is to make sure that you go for a walk or do some meditation are. If you believe your morning us is when you're at your creative and proactive best. Male MIND IS THE MOST ALERT. Maybe get a couple of hours of work done in the morning. That's one way to do it too. But trying to repeat the same performance every day in shorts that you have a central team that you can follow and as a dessert you have spent time planning for the day before going out and executing on that day similarly toward the end of the day. Make sure that you close a doubt similarly perhaps put your phone away an hour before your sleep. Pick UP A book. Read something that motivates you that puts good thoughts in your head before you go to sleep. Get about seven to eight dollars of good night's rest before you begin your next day and somewhere along the day find time to stretch your brain as well as your physical form in order to activate your muscles and keep that blood flowing so those could be good routines you can follow in order to cover own and cover off every single day and make it a habit so that you have consisten days no matter what next make sure that you create a mind and the body capable of being at its productive best. How do you do that by ensuring that you feed it right by ensuring that you're taking care of the nutrition that you need for your body as less mind keep it in and I load and fit stage at any given point of time you're following a routine for workouts vote for the body as well as the brain maybe a walk in the afternoon would help for some avoid energy crashes than you think that they can happen and that's controlled by the food that you can take and taking care of your body's an emphasizing? The care of your minds helps that you're at your best throughout the day. Your mind and body alert and ready to execute and the high levels of motivation are consistent and remained as you execute. The tip is to make sure that you don't grind out the entire day break you walk into chunks into measurable pieces and know what you're going to do for each chunk and what the outcome of that particular chunk is going to beep and when you're focused on that work make sure get your heads down and getting the job done during that hour to when you're working on a piece of work and ensure that the outcome that comes out is basically what you had expected and then follow it up with a Pedo Frist followed up with some time where you can take your mind and body away from the work and do something. That's going to relax you. Then prepare you for the next chunk of work and then come back to it like it or not. That's how our brains and bodies look. We are not made for consistent and constant work throughout the day. Because you could continue doing that. But the level of output that you'll get from it is going to be hardly a percentage off what could have been provided you follow this kind of a routine. The routine work into chunks. The routine to make sure that you follow up beautiful look focused effort with a period of rest and then come back to a period of work by blocking your time this way to thirty to ninety minute chunks. For heads down work it allows you. Who accomplished the most and to get the best possible outward from your work and then follow it up with those breaks to relax your mind and body for at least thirty minutes so that you get back into the air before you get to the next channel four so those are the ways that you can be charged up throughout your day throughout your life and also produce the most productive work that you can and guess what as it is uncle fall this you will make immense progress on whatever your journey that you set out Don and you will see that you get to your goals before you even Oi. So what more can you ask for than to get to outcomes that you want to get to without really stressing yourself out not stressing your body not stressing your mind as it is out keeping in top form top shape and at peak performance at all times and I hope that episode Lou check out my website Rajiv Mortimer Dot Com and by the way. Do check out our guest mastery program. That's out there on the website. If you're interested in podcasting if you're interested in creating a brand image for who you are and what you have to offer definitely check that goes out. I'm sure it's GonNa Koidu immense value and it'll cut short Eugenia researching podcasts by the weeks into a couple of hours to get started. Moving one. Thank you very much.

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