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"fanton" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal
"Being moved around and even misplaced students. Faculty of the past have often heard fanton noises such as footsteps screams and even visions of spirits appearing at odd hours of the day in the hallways. Most people have said that. The tower was a hotbed for paranormal activity. Because of the legendary stories that have been told about the haunting. 's the san francisco art institute had at one point hosted an art exhibit based on the haunting themselves so the exhibit was fittingly named ghost of the tower and it was unclear when the huntings had the gun but it had long been a legendary story told from student to student so it's been watered down and it's unclear if there are still haunting to this day of rest assured you may be bound to run into a student that may have visited the tower only to possibly tell you of an eerie or uneasy. Feeling they've gotten from the possible paranormal activity. They have felt or witness. Even ghost hunters had. I investigated the institute in the nineteen sixties. After repeated accounts by construction workers who had heard various screams and noises. Some of them had refused to work. After hearing stories of grizzly accidents ahead apparently happened prior to the renovation that the intended to do and that is the san francisco starting to yes. The slamming of the doors. Wouldn't it be a bitch delayed sleep in that institute racist sleeve. That's all. I ask but on a sweep scale of one to high on asleep scale of one to five which sleep there again. There's really no are. They probably wouldn't sleep desperate times. I guess on a scale one to five though with one being the lowest would choose to sleep there. No one's at one okay. But if i had to make it work okay you can make it to nice easy. Three yay for almost cal. State channel islands and scary. Dairy is the second one. This one is really interesting. Okay so before cal. State channel islands open. The campus was built to house. The camarillo state mental hospital kind of was the hospital open pores. Yes obviously as every story. Is the movie california so the hospital opened in october. Twelfth of nineteen thirty six although it started with only four hundred ten patients that year it grew over seven thousand by nineteen fifty seven and was considered to be largest psychiatric hospital west of the mississippi. God yeah it gets even worse..
"fanton" Discussed on Architecture Today
"That just reminds you that it's time to kind of move around so we just really really excited about. This is not what we put forward. and yeah and one the price so it was. It was really exciting and felt like i knew it couldn't have been really envisaged by any any one of us independently. I think needs are very dynamic creative process. And i think there's a sort of sense of magic. I suppose like one question is whether the well i say real nature oversee all nature that we come across his mediated by some ways. But you know it's almost like wow. If he did get to the park with a broken swing and hoffa fanton. Whatever it is is just gonna be a bit of a disappointment. Yarysh people were let a bunch leave the home and it'll be entirely can't deduct net yet. Yeah that's interesting points. In the t- were very nature focus Lots of plants everywhere and not going to the forest near foraging. This stuff that happens. That is the magic of the real. The real forest. And but you know it's about really moderating your work identing says about replacing nature it's out make your Your work say. And i think you know it wasn't a response to the pandemic in this situation. We will in the time. I mean we literally have not met from the moment. I alice from swing opera. The rest of the team members were. I'd never met ansel and we worked together obviously have to be met them but actually even from how one of the people is in no way. I've never met her and so we walked in this incredibly intense online environment which such an in-between Play videos of forest. Sounds to sort of get myself into that feeling of of unit will what is it like to be if it feels lovely this sound forest you know even just from a video so the idea of have the ability to immerse yourself in your home with a forest i think it was just sort.
"fanton" Discussed on Premium Hoops
"We're like eye opening. I was like okay. Have you guys watched him play before. And i don't mean to be disparaging to moses at all. I do think that there's something there for him as a as a process but he is not a good defender right now and outside of backs and rebounding like there's just not a lot for him on offense he's a big body and i do think that there's something there but like he's not an nba player. If fully yet. and i'm i'm interested to see what the do with him. But i i would be very hesitant hesitant to have real expectations room with the masses here. Yet it's interesting. Because i almost kind of look at him as this is weird like a combo of willie in boban like i doughnuts. Yeah i don't expect him to again like as far as the defensive impact. I any guy that's over. Seven feet tall. I don't want them guarding anyone on the perimeter. That's just how i feel as of right now. Obviously the way the league's going that's going to change just with how skilled some of these younger guys Are coming into the legal rightly but with moses. This is this is where i'm like. Okay maybe muslims will get in the game. Because i know they're going to give him an opportunity because they wanna see if he can come in and even just be like get an easy like six to eight point tonight an easy five to seven rebounds off the bench and so if you're starting door in off the bench. Obviously it's not five and find out but then you get this this second group where it's moses and maxi who massey again very versatile out on the perimeter. I don't hate that. And i kind of want to see what that looks like. And i've said before that. I think moses will get the opportunity to show why he deserves more of a spot in the rotation than or more minutes than dwight powell or willie obviously probably not maxi because max maximal. Start but yeah. I think he'll get the opportunity. I don't know phil go. I also depends sharing the floor with but if he gets a couple of minutes out there with with will or with luca he will get those easy buckets. So i don't know what to expect. I just wanted to get out there and play hard. I'd like to see. I don't know i don't know how what their plans are for him. Long term but for him individually whether he's with dallas or not. I think just improving the quickness of defeat. Maybe you don't need. Maybe you're not going to become this just defensive anchor who just is everywhere but if you can just have quick feet or quick as feet can be for somebody who's over all you can have an impact and be this week side Help rim-protector. And i think that that's reasonable to expect and hope for him But yeah i don't know like you said it perfectly. We've got a lot of different guys. We don't have the guy that we need in terms of frontcourt defensive I guess versatility or protection. I don't know but yeah we'll see we'll see if that changes. Yeah it's definitely one of the more fascinating things for me to wash early on the like. I like i mean i honestly like a lot of guys on the roster is just figure out okay. Well where does this make sense I mean going in a different direction to What are your thoughts on josh during this coming year because i know there was a lot that came out. Obviously insulin reporting fanton kato and just in general on some of the the disconnect between the front office and coaching staff in some ways on josh green..
"fanton" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"The product seem less pointless. i'm all for it. Yeah i mean. How do you feel about foldable right. The idea with foldable has been like can you. Can you do it without the hinge breaking well. Samsung had a problem with that. But did they seem to have created a durable hinge. Now all right. Can you do it without the glass breaking well. They've done it without the glass breaking. But they're still the crease. Well can you get rid of the crease. Lg cam is the latest to be like. I think we can get rid of the crease. Once you get rid of all those objections do you still need it. I've not found a reason to need it so no is my answer. I i don't want to be one of these people that just says oh. This is terrible. It's awful what pointless idea. But but but i i've yet to be yet to be wild. Yes algae's technology will make this better excellent brilliant. But i'm yet to be. I'm yet to be convinced that there's any need for it. I'm a little more bullish. On the scroll lable where you have like a phone size screen and then you can unr- unreal it internally so for you it's just pulling it out and then you got a tablet. I could see myself using that. That's been something i've wanted since the nexus seven. Honestly we're unlike. This is perfect for reading a book. But i don't want to carry it around with me. Why can't i get this in one device. If i could have the screen just expand. When i needed it. I could watch video on the plane. I could read a book or i could just use it as a phone could multiple sizes May maybe this gets me there. I'm still thinking the scroll -able element probably is a more practical way to do it. But pay this gets rid of the crease. I'm willing to give it a shot. All right let's check out the mail. We get emailed to feedback daily news. Show dot com. We get conversations in our discord. Andy chip shortage and the wider logistics issues around that are a frequent topic of discussion in our discord and recently west bay stars was discussing how it's impacting their grocery shopping. West bay stars wrote the whole shipping issue has had our household stressed as jalapenos have been missing from costco for over a month. My wife even resorted to ordering the pair. We usually get at costco for approximately six dollars and fifty cents from amazon for more than twenty dollars. Us someone is hoarding and scalping jalapenos in japan. that's where west based ours is. They finally returned to costco at the normal price yesterday. So we bought four pairs. They won't last as long as their expiration date and will weather the next jalapeno shortage. We've been talking a lot about we. We had the example of of somebody trying to buy some appliances and the appliances aren't in There's been some other stuff that we've tried to order clocks recently and it's going to take four to eight weeks for the clocks to get here which you know back in the day four day weeks. I was normal that these days it's like. Oh wow we've. We've set back the clock on shipping times. Have you noticed anything like that. Yeah god in furniture. It's impossible to buy to god and finished you want but i also feel that it's It's one of these things we say. It's a first world problem but it is a problem so let's complain about it and it is a problem. I cannot sit in my garden comfortably and not as annoying. So i hope you get solved. Please bay stars cannot rely on jalapenos which i am very sympathetic to Especially in japan. Where you know. They're not easy to run down to the store and get Yes i think it's less about What are we going to do about it and more about us all realizing it's not just us like oh yeah everybody's feeling the effects of this numerous. We're all in this garden furniture clock jalapeno chip shortage together. What a horrible year. It's been almost two now. Yeah yeah oh no well. I've got good news. We have a new boss on the show. Thank you to molly fanton. Molly.
"fanton" Discussed on Beyond Picket Fences
"Sons. I have three sons and this is a potential future for them. I'm like all hail. No oh hell no so. I got real out real fast. After trayvon martin was interesting. Because i was just did beginning to really get on social media facebook ahead. I resisted for so long is crap and we had attended white churches. We've tended african american churches but we we were very involved in the community in. We knew a lot of white people like we. We were just around a lot of different people groups in we were ran by people so people were used to being palatable. And then i start speaking out in there like bet on what to do with me and president obama. He becomes president. And i'm seeing all this hateful rhetoric from people that i go to church with and i'm blown away because it's like. Yeah i knew they probably were races but dang like i was racist racist. I thought you were ignorant racist. So i'm like i guess the six somethin- and so i'm like cut my teeth on. Just what i feel. Make sense and my passion. I'm i draw from fannie. Lou hamer is a fiery woman. An amazing woman who was a sharecropper who have been beaten who have been abused and she just thought that she could do something as she did it and she she was driven by her. Love for god which i for me. Justice in god are synonymous. They are together. God is the god of justice. I'm a christian woman. How could i not speak happen. I not say something. How could i not as time goes on and it was. It was philander Steel bed. I was like we gotta do something like we gotta do something and we gotta do something and we were at a white church at the time that we still are at and we had an event in there was a shooting in dallas. Police officers were killed a my husband working in law enforcement. We realize we gotta do something to try to bring the community together as a we had a prayer visual and we want it at Black man specifically the black people in our congregation to be able to get up and express their paying in for some reason not just tapped into the process of lament. And that's what produces the fountain across asked into this thing where it's like. Why can't we be sad about this. Why does it feel like the church. The christian church in america does not speak or does not advocate or does not do the work of justice. Why can't why can't we express our greek. Why do we have to separate the sadness of what's going on in the news and worship services on sunday. I wanted to bridge that gap and being in a white space being in white church with several. We're our church on a college campus. And so there's lots of young black people who i could see an older older woman at this time. I could see that they were just carry. I can see the pain. I could see them hiding the masking. And i wanted to give them a voice and so i started speaking out more and i see these young black people coming up in at their speaking using your voice more because it's like they're giving permission by somebody else because so many older black people would say. Just you know just deal with it. Like don't don't don't disrupt anything like all this trauma like my mom will say. Now be cheerful and you understand where the comes from but then these young black people. It's like they're being told to be detached but they're paying no. It's like walking around with an open. So i start to sharpen my voice in it becomes a part of my music even more. I ended up writing a song black requiem. That was released this year in. May that talks about the sadness. The lament of injustice and. I'm doing a music video work in. That'll be released actually on my birthday august twenty of song. It's it's a crazy is eleven minutes song that deals with injustice but also with hope and just makes a case for why. This shouldn't be at like speaking up. Shouldn't be an uncommon like we should use our voices to speak out. Hello if you haven't yet go back and listen to episode number fifty six where katina tells the story of her mother-in-law benford dean smith and how she was wrongly accused convicted and imprisoned for life. The story is heartbreaking eye opening and one that needs to be heard if we're going to make any movement toward racial justice and equity in our country. Katina informed us at the release of her black requiem video unfortunately had to be postponed to keep updated on the release. Please go to the fountain dot space and sign up for email notifications. you can't however stream and download black requiem now on spotify and youtube. I highly encourage you to give it a listen. If you haven't listened to the podcast black history for white people. We highly recommend you. Give that ellison as well you can find everything of mentioned in the show notes of this episode. Thanks for listening for supporting our mission and the mission of our guests and so i started organization Started organization a few years ago. The fanton in specifically to uplift the stories and experiences a black women and women other women of color be at the intersection of culture faith in creativity basically to model mike process and give young black women just some tools and resources something to look to like basically took my life and what i would have desired at different stages of my growth in my life and i put it into this organization so that young black women and women of color would have something to look too because it's not again not being discussed in charge. Not being you know as a lot of especially black christian when we feel displays and we make up a lot of the church in america lack women are we're the churchgoers where the church workers in so to go to church in half the separated from your broken heartedness like your. Your grief is is just not even says in the bible to call that the wailing women and the women who are skilled at reading and lamenting shit come forward guy wants us away. Oh he wants us to weep. He wants us to cry. Out is a form of worship. And you can't heal until you wet. You can't deal with uk heal and you can have hope to you at god has given us our full gamut of emotions to express them in a way that honors him in expressing your anger enraged about what is wrong with the world. Jesus did that. God is not afraid of us being mad. He's not welcomes net. Because he's mad he he's he's her each hurt. He's heartbroken at what his creation has done. He hates the construct of whiteness. because he didn't create that he didn't create that he granted all tribes all tones bomb nations. He created a world where the marginalized and the oppress would be chaired for consider and their stores will be uplifted. And they're an in. He said he said i that their lives matter.
"fanton" Discussed on Successful Farming Podcast
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"fanton" Discussed on Thinking Like A Genius Podcast
"Is think like a genius. Tried the line of cognitive psychology neuroscience persuasion and so much more than gray matter. Let's dive in as we fall into a world of intrigue and now think like a genius with your home's land fanton art good aiming listeners. Welcome to the a genius podcast episode. Today's guests that i've got with me is karen. Doc is a paralympian gold medal when at embi and also somebody law really actually fascinated to find out more about was also involved in geology but of interests on from my sada things account. I studied agricultural. Research was in south africa. Before i came over to. Uk obviously one of the areas which we studied was soil science and obviously sciences That are involved with that. So first of all. Give us an introduction about yourself and but of you'll story and how you got to be way you all currently and then we'll fell diving into some of the other topics Which we've mentioned so we'll win three my life in a in a space of a minute. Maybe thought was yells yells. stop by. I grew up in yorkshire england. I actually started studying medicine. And then realized i wasn't really enjoying digging holes in bodies that merge and when you leave the medical school at leeds university what the earth sciences department and if i was looking at the side and thinking that sounds pretty good and when i was ten years old my mom and dad teaches and they swap jobs and houses and we lived in america. Free just aftermath. Helen's it exploded. So i i've just grown up like year in. America was just immersed in the london volcanoes and and yellowstone and all these incredible national parks and this world of jealousy spy company really fascinated so yeah went on ended up. Studying goals did a phd looking at golden oblivion. These never saw aurigny for the whole time studying. It was all microscopic and beyond visible with the human eye on the end of super super strong scanning electron microscopes. So yeah i think my final week finally saw some gold and then partly through that. I broke my back in a rock climbing accident so became paralyzed from the chest down. Some studies in gold geology and bolivia changed a little bit because i had to kind of adapt. The factor couldn't walk anymore. But it's still go to bolivia and dual field workout. There on that started a career working geologist but hate to say office days in front of a computer and then had unexpected radical transition into letting development mentoring coaching fascinated by. I think i think my accident just triggered my interest in human development and growth and so that kind of sent me down a very different path. So i ended up re studying the various masters degrees and other degrees like so many studies. But i keep learning about yeah about how we learn and grow as human beings and that's kind of being a parallel journey with my own journey through life and the challenges of becoming paralyzed going on with his passion for wilderness adventure which has really been which is really at the core of my being get you know get labeled as paralympian but actually my heart is much more in exploring the planet exploring cultures and ways of seeing and being in the world and see. I've had kind of very much interested in the internal explorations as much as the extent explorations so very fascinated by.
"fanton" Discussed on The Fantasy Plonker Podcast
"I think that is an issue but yeah guy firm and arsenal. Who have new costume next. West brom and chelsea imitable blank pipe palace brian. So it's a reasonable running for all snow but again there's no one there single player you know fanton had innings awesome is no one and i mean no one. If you've got holding that's about you hold him. But i'll defense is okay. You know but amazing you know of all think we can claims against is at the bottom bar attack him wise. We ain't looking goods. You know we need players back. We need we need everyone by now. You know teeny no no inform. Our you know no lack of his week. There's no one there if they're not even if i will even if one of these even if even if these players were now that bahar to recommend but the fact that rotates fucking everyone the only go. I'll probably be now when he's back. Fees odaguard again. You right league. That's the main pro or a full fully. Avoid are in my opinion chelsea. They have fulham next before having a hard double of city and arsenal before having a blank less star villa so the fixtures half for chelsea however do still right defense that march. Now you know i'll be. I'll put shelter defense. I'll be happy to hold if our new that we're going to apply mendi it will play. Most of a games alonzo are think who play. Barely any you know. I'm hoping he plays against him being sandwiched between champions league again bar. Who knows man who knows. I might want to london for dabo when he's not gonna apply..
"fanton" Discussed on Real Monsters
"Basically a bunch of other burglaries in france. These were on vacation homes for the most part that they went through and they just found it ring into mly all over autumn. Two thousand four in our blah. France is the next big crime that comes up. There were vietnamese crater diamond merchants. Who were attacked by several robber. These robbers stole about three thousand euros jewelry and a gold bar. And if the scene of the robbery investigators found a reproduction of a beretta. F s nine two pistol and guess. His dna occurs on that the unknown female. Yes the phantom file brian. Yup man this chick's getting around she is she absolutely is. Let's see the four robbers in that crime were arrested soon after and none of them admitted to a woman. Evian been a part of that robbery. Is that the one with the the three people. The the mugshot. No not yet. Okay yeah that one comes a little bit later but it's important to keep that in mind that none of them admitted to able men in. What does i possibly say there. We have our dna there but they're not admitting that she's a part. It's a big. I mean typically what you would say is. They're protecting somebody. Yeah basically basically. That's it or she knows how to really Bullied them they work well nine protecting for whatever reason right yeah right oh yeah could be you know feelings of protection or feelings of fear. Oh absolutely but Nineteen ninety three to april two thousand and seven the fanton. Dna is found in thirty different places. In germany and austria you have home office. Supermarket burglaries thefts from vacation. Homes campers and gardening sheds and get this even on a shell fired at a campground in this one. Why was checking that well. This one was interesting. It was a dispute between two gypsy. Brothers it were reminding and Apparently this one shot the other day I think it was two to three pistol and they were checking all that and boom. You're pops irdeineh. Oh a cartridge shell not a seashell. Oh yeah what are they looking at a beach. Yup yup and gotcha. Yeah we knew just gets more and more bizarre. Through all i mean. It's just the.
"fanton" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast
"Brands don't make it feel like you're an inferior designer. Just haven't gotten your foot in the door yet for that great brand but the way that you work if you follow a standard structured creative process the way that you work is is going to translate to those big brands once you get that opportunity if you can make that happen this episode of the unmistakable creative is supported by remote works podcast that tells extraordinary stories of teams that made the shift to flexible working. If there's anything that last year tatas it's at the way we work has changed forever. And in each episode of remote works host. Bowling green tells an insightful story about how people and companies are adapting stocks about the very problems that all of us are dealing with last season in preventing people about the challenges and rewards of working remotely during the pandemic. Now i don't know about you. But i have definitely felt that their days i am burned out and sometimes i don't even know when i'm done working because it's all i do. A recent study found that seventy five percent of workers have experienced burnout and forty percents had there was a direct result of the pandemic. But what if we don't know the signs of impending burnout you'll hear firsthand from someone who has been through. Burn out as well as get expert advice on how to recognize it and what you can do to prevent it from happening in this season. Remote works explore several other topics related to the new world of work for those of you. Who are baseball fans that are missing those days of eating overpriced hot dogs and drinking oversize beers. They pull back the curtain at major league baseball for a glimpse of how america's most beloved pastimes working remotely. You'll hear how the mlb has had to adjust just about everything but they do from rules about how we gather to virtual fanton stadium. You'll get to look at how they've embraced this new world of flexible work. I recently listened to the burnout episode of the world's podcasts. And here's what i thought. Melania doesn't amazing job bringing a diverse perspectives from experts and people who are dealing with the issues. These experts are trying to solve. It's basically a combination of great storytelling with practical advice. That you can apply to your life or your work. So search for remote works anywhere..
"fanton" Discussed on Thinking Like A Genius Podcast
"Another podcast that i actually spoke to his electrical beverly coon. That's done quads. Lots of work on emotional maps in similar type work with russian technology. That's actually found ways of measuring these wise in the reaction so it there's an interesting but of correlation between the two. I'd be interested to see what you think of hill works all to put you in contact with maybe have a discussion with nc. How much the the information college what you can actually find out that could be. You could say correlating between the the two areas. Nothing it'll be an interesting discussion few camera. I am sure it's one of those. Things is a strange thing to pull him. But michael jackson used to say that you know when he got a download of a song he'd read it so the princeton. It's this idea that there are certain information that's accessible to everyone but we forget to look at it. We get so tuned into our five senses that we forget we also very intuitive beings. The other thing. I wanted to explore with. You is that yet. How much decent Plays a role in that or vassal. You could say system within the body because this a overreliance on nerve signaling which will discuss the little bit light run with But i'd like to hear your inputs about fassino. And how much muscle testing actually are the connection that uses that signaling mechanism because of this some researchers reading up about that fast yet at can actually act as a signaling mechanism. It's a lot faster than denotes. Because it's mostly relying on water in this. Signaling is obviously la forces for water than through physical media. So how much of that have you looked into have you. That's one hundred percent sure that actually gets to the fourth phase of water. Jerry pollock is a researcher at the university of washington. Part of the problem of our health. Is that our water is signaling as well at our. Our water is dead. Water like ideally Metal pipes the problem. Is you know the water's going through the pipes in the water. That's flowing at the outside of the pipe. Slows down into the water in the middle is flowing faster so kind of splits. The water like living water water in streams or brooks anything. That's moving and flowing is really healthy and that kind of plays into the show. Yeah you're absolutely right. It's deeper than i. Don't actually think. I think essentials are really good for certain things and i think other things are better. I think structured waters actually Better for the last year. I think oils are so. I haven't done a deep dive in my own research. But you're one hundred percent right. It's an interesting area. Might do some more reading up on that site. They believe glyphosate interrupts fascist signaling. There's a woman. A researcher named stephanie sent off. Who's done a lot of good research on that. I would start with her and then my friend. Dr christine softener also talks a lot about fashion and the role. It plays just in kind of healthy cellular communication well. That'll be an interesting area that i'll look into as well coming back to the essential oils. So you started testing on. Obviously a gift and you started testing. you'll need was to regulate to basically get to a balanced system. So how did you start looking into the link between the essential oils and the vagus nerve had known about the vegas nerve. I'm i'm a yoga girl and i Pretty much talk about the vegas nerve. In all of yoga and the paris of the fedex st and how would just for the listeners. That don't know the vegas nerve. A start with the autonomic nervous system which is basically controlling all of your automatic functions on namic automatic. You know breathing. Your heart beating your digestion. Your toxic occasion your immune system. You don't have to consciously think immune system turn on you know it doesn't automatically and your autonomic nervous system has chew gears it has kind of the accelerator which is if there's danger it shifts resources to keep you alive. That is called years sympathetic. Kreider flight nervous system and the resources it shifts. Is you know your energy. So your blood flow your oxygen your heartbeat faster your breathing intensifies and your blood pumps to your muscles in your arms and your legs so that you can either fighter fleet and it pumps away from your organs of digestion and detoxification and then ideally the danger passes and you switch lanes in to the parasitic pathetic break rest digestion hill lane. It is your vegas nerve cranial nerve number ten. That is a toggle between these two systems. And it's not that one turns often one turns on. It's more that one is prioritized right. Like if you're driving in a car and you're on the gas you can still break. The break isn't not working. You're just focusing on the gas at the time. And so the vegas nerve can help you shift gears. And it starts to the back of the had kind of goes behind the ears on both sides and then winds through every organ digestion and nervous them it sends signals between those oregon's and your brain. It's kind of the information highway between your gut and your brain your gut brain access. And what's fascinating. Is that activating any point. You know that the vegas nerve touches like the breathing breathing is a really easy way to on if you make your ex hair longer than you're in hell you activate your vegas nerve but people for whatever reason is easy as breathing as it was very hard to get compliance most people in order to heal. You have to be in the right
"fanton" Discussed on The Fantasy Plonker Podcast
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"fanton" Discussed on Pop Culture Gamers
"Afternoon. Good evening and welcome to the pop. Culture game was podcast. They show number one hundred and six is hidden and i would like to say i am as always with steve. But unfortunately steve's a little bit under the weather at the moment so it's just me and seems we didn't have a show last week. I thought i'd just do where quick one here give you a stormy updates of the news and all that sort of stuff and it will be back to full strength hopefully next week so i'm just an update the reason why we didn't have last week show as plateau. I've had some family stuff mother-in-law's not being very well as she's currently in hospital hopefully on the mend So that's why the show was cancelled last week. My wife spain stay with a jury in week last week Before she went into spill bush took ten for the worst on thursdays. hopefully she's Getting better now did have a very cold evening at james cook university hospital because only one person was allowed to stay in with my mother-in-law and while she was in an a and i was sat outside in three minus three and a half degrees so that was a bit cool for three hours. It was set out there but didn't want to sit in any reception. Just because i didn't want to expose myself to possible covid as i'm sure ali you guys would properly be appreciative of as well is Fanton upgrade a pc nicely ill addressable gb bracket or the problem is. It's not quite working. Where i wanted to with the mormon and i need to get a little adapter cable so the eight can go into my Iq commander prostate That said mackerras so hopefully when arrives. Look a really really cool. What i'll do as how post some pictures on twitter and youtube wants of going on. I'll aside the league cam outfall where it got it from because it was from ebay and it looks tremendously. I wanted something to dress. The last step bracket had just really didn't dairy and this one also nicely covers over all of this. The i've got going on in the Pci slots are machine. So it looks reiterated co anyway. That's it a read. Really shot in shaw effort this week. So we'll go straight into.
"fanton" Discussed on YEK YEK JE
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"fanton" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"fanton" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
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Stop Self-Criticizing, Start Meditating by Crystal Fenton
"Stop self criticizing. Start meditating by crystal fanton with mind body. Wise dot com admitted. You've been there acting as your own worst critic by doubting yourself as a writer and yoga instructor. I can attest to the idea. That perfectionism is indeed the enemy of the pen and of the self. So what do you do when you just can't seem to quiet that negative inner voice. Recent research shows learning how to meditate. Can't help practitioners guided meditations such as the loving kindness. Meditation have been shown to increase self compassion while decreasing self-criticism according to the experts meditation including mantra meditation lessons the extremities of negative thoughts changes patterns of belief and facilities learning how to forgive yourself. Meditation helps us avoid going down the rabbit hole of self critical thoughts as the act of coming back to the attention on the breath halts the process of criticism in its path says rachel schenken of mind body. Wise science supports this as shinkin explains for my neuropsychologist and scientific perspective neurons in the brain that fire together wire together quote breaking the cycle of self criticism by using the breath as an anchor also breaks self critical neurotransmitters from continuing firing together. Thus short-circuiting the brain self criticism mechanism. That may have once been on. Autopilot men quote. Dena kaplan founder of meditation community. The path belise. Meditation is extraordinarily powerful for self critical thoughts in three ways. The first is when you sit the critical voice in your head becomes quieter your mind spins less quickly and enters a feeling of calm and spaciousness kaplan tells rewire me. Second is powerful to become proud of yourself that you're taking the time to go deeper into the self decrease confidence that quells. Your critical side knows caplin third. Meditation gives you the power to make changes quote. It gives you in to see what's not serving you in the tools to choose to change those aspects of your personality and his way it helps us develop into the best version of ourselves and quote quite the body. calm the mind meditation. The simple act of bringing focused awareness to breath while in stillness calms essential nervous system and physical body while relaxing. The mind we the only animals who can consciously control our breath and this ability allows us to have a level of self management over our bodies and minds that no other living being can do says schenken quote. Meditation allows us to be responsive instead of reactive and challenging situations as trains our entire system to equilibrate even when we are not in our practice of meditation and quote. Remember that meditation is not the act of clearing the mind or thinking nothing rather it is the practice of continually bringing the wandering. Mind back to the breath over and over and over again with as little judgment and as much compassion as possible. According to kaplan our brains before trained are scattered with thoughts each second of every day once. You start meditating. A number of those thoughts come out so when you go about your day your mind is more settled and actually feels more clear. She says quote you become more open to learning new things and listening to and focusing on other people when they speak and quote. Meditation and action starts simple by downloading an app shinkin recommends insight timer or head space offering both silent and guided meditations. Find quiet space where he can take a comfortable seat. Turn on the meditation or timer rest hands comfortably in your lap. Sit as tall and vertical in the spine as he can and close the is softened all the muscles in your face and belly breathe in and out through your nose follow either. The instructions of the guided or silent. Meditation counting your breasts up to five and then began. If you lose count start over again schenken also recommends using a mantra meditation practice quote since letting go goes one of the most challenging things we face as human beings. One of my favourite standby mantras is to mentally. Say the word. Let on my inhale and go on sale. This is repeated over and over when my mind wanders my bring it back and continue until the timer goes off and quote. Beginners should start with an amount of time. That is sustainable. Try meditating three to five minutes every day of the first week then slowly build the amount of time. each week
"fanton" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast
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