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"gary cough" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Clay Travis and buck Sexton sound off. Welcome back to clay and Bach, Julie Kelly with us now. She's a senior writer at American greatness and has been following the situation here of the trial of man accused of a plot to kidnap the governor of Michigan Gretchen Whitmer Julie appreciates coming back to join us. Hey guys, thanks for having me on. Okay so the breaking are not breaking the recent news I should say from just yesterday is that federal prosecutors finally got two convictions in the Gretchen Whitmer kidnapping plot against Barry Croft and Adam Fox, they now face up to life in prison. There's a lot to break down here for everybody. First off, the first time around, there were no convictions. Why do you think it was different this time and what do you need to, what does everyone need to know about how this all went down? Well, how it went down is it was an FBI sting operation from start to finish. It required the involvement of at least a dozen FBI undercover agents and informants working with their FBI handlers out of a few different FBI field offices. This was a massive operation entrapment scheme to stitch together this group of kind of random, outliers, some kind of outcasts and misfits who were posting on social media, their wage about lockdowns and, of course, in Michigan had one of the harshest and longest lockdowns. So the FBI got involved stitched this group together, organized all of these events and excursions, including a surveillance trip to Gretchen Whitmer's cottage, which was supposed to be the scene of the crime. Organized by FBI informants and undercover agents. They rested these men in October of 2020. This late, you probably recall false wild headlines blaming Donald Trump for the right-wing militias trying to take out one of his most public political votes, but it turns out it was totally orchestrated engineered by the FBI. That's why in April, when these four men went on trial, the government didn't get a single conviction. It was just stunning this week. I mean, this sort of thing never happens. Humans were outright acquitted, hung jury on Adam Fox and Gary coughed as you just said they retry the case 8 days of testimony less than about 7 hours of jury deliberations and shockingly sister returned convictions on every single count. The difference to your question was the judge. The judge fully through his weight on the side of the government and we can talk about some of those details. But that's the difference between them and the trial. Julie, I appreciate you keeping us updated on the Michigan case. I want to go to Mar-a-Lago for a moment. As more details are coming out, and this appears to be less and less of a significant issue. Are you still confident that government is going to try and charge Donald Trump based on the Mar-a-Lago raid or do you think some of the pushback on Merrick Garland has got the Department of Justice a little bit shaken? Oh, I wish that there was anything to get this DoJ shaken. There's absolutely no stopping them. They have no barriers. They have no guardrails. They're getting away with whatever they want in court, not only related to this trade, but in their January 6 prosecution. So they're completely untethered. There's no reason why they should not and will not indict Donald Trump. I know we've talked about it before. The Mar-a-Lago rate was to create optics to make it look like this was going, this is legit, right? A legit criminal investigation, which it's not. So this was to create optics in quite frankly, I've written it American greatness. The Democrats have ratcheted this up so high. They really put themselves in a corner if they don't indict Donald Trump before the election. They will pay a political price from their base to want blood. They finally want to see Donald Trump at handcuffs if the Democrats don't deliver, they will pay a price. So I don't think there's any looking back for them now. So, Julie, just to be clear, you are still as confident because you even before the Mar-a-Lago raid came on came on this show and a lot of people now remember they said, wow, before the rate of Mar-a-Lago, you believe that there was going to be a high likelihood of a prosecution of Donald Trump. You still believe that? I absolutely do. I think I was like 99%. Now I'm like a 105%. You said 99%, which is pretty like I'm not even 99% sure that I'm gonna wake up tomorrow. So I'm pretty, that's a pretty high likelihood. You're 99% sure they're going to prosecute Donald Trump or they're going to bring some kind of criminal. She's a 105% buck. She's going to I'm sorry. Yeah, go going on to the next level. I mean, I will say it has been remarkable, Julie to see how, when they initially did it because I do think there was a bit for normal people, not for libs who watched too much CNN, there was the shock of, wow, you're sending dozens of FBI agents into a president and possible future presidents residents, and they said, oh, just wait, it could be about a lot more. And now it's, oh no, the dispute with the national archives is super serious. This was totally totally fine. Is what they're trying to sell us. And criminal, which just seems nuts. Yes, the librarian is upset that this is such a good point. We talked about this some yesterday, Julia buck, I just want to jump in. This is a dispute with the national freaking archives. How many years you live in D.C.? I don't even know where the national archives is. I lived in D.C. for like 7 years. This is going to be either the most embarrassing or the biggest nerd move ever. I've been to the national archives to do research there, but the idea that anybody inside of the national archives could get an FBI raid on anyone much less a former president if the national archives had raided my dorm room when I was at George Washington University, I would have been like, the archives, like what are you talking about? And the idea that they could get a raid from the Department of Justice Julie. I mean, this is crazy. Nobody's even talking about this. The freaking national archives? I know, but if you, of course, if you watched the left in well, the national archivists said, and she's very upset, you know, he gave them four weeks to turn over their documents. Who are you? I mean, if somebody took the constitution and tried to smuggle it out from the archives or something like that, I'd be like, okay. But, I mean, this is just so laughably absurd to me, Julie, that we're really having an unprecedented act. The Department of Justice has never done this before. And they're doing it over basically a librarian being mad? Well, I mean, it's sort of went from. He has the new codes to you've got an overdue library book and how dare you not put the little card back inside of it. You're going to get your library card revoked. Like this is crazy. But that's what I said. It was part of all the optics, right? Because most people aren't paying attention, like we are, and they don't see this as a dispute with this name or spaceless bureaucrat. So they think, okay, well, maybe they really did find something at Mar-a-Lago. And this really is a serious investigation. And the FBI wouldn't do this. Of course, our site knows this now. It's total Sally. We know the FBI and DoJ is completely weaponized on behalf of the Democratic Party. I do think more Americans are waking up to that. But it's evidence doesn't matter. I've seen what this DoJ is getting away with in the D.C.
The Short Porch
"gary cough" Discussed on The Short Porch
"The also look a run differential which i think is a good indicator how good teams do blues are one plus one seventy seven which is phenomenal. That's like place type of numbers. Almost i think indicates like you should have eight more wins or nine more wednesday. You do which is probably accurate. And the red sox are plus seventy four. The yankees are plus twenty three even as sixty nine. Who are half game back now. Mind tom with the so. It makes sense because we talk about how the keys have one close games. They've won one ruin gift because they're just not that good of a team to go out there and blow teams out. I saw what you were saying. I sort of if the yankees. I do think in the long run the yankees missing. The playoffs could end up being the best thing for this organization because it will one guarantee that aaron boone deaths fired plaza campaign grew back. I think it increases the odds of cashman getting fired as an organizational overhaul which i called for at the end of last season with the show. Listen to me then. I think the chances of that increases a little bit as well but just for the reason i i'm not gonna right now say like i hope they don't make the playoffs said where if the yankees are in a one game playoff. It's a little tougher to say. After today i mean garrett cole should the bet today garrett cole in one of the biggest arts of his of his career as anki. You're outside of playoff games like this is basically playoff baseball right now. Win guys playing on one hamstring. And let's not no no no. I'm not. I'm not like i said this last week. I think it's more of a health thing but dirk ditch the bet that's garyk. It's also scores one runoff ally mortgage. I don't even know who you live. I know but i'm just saying garrett. Cole i'm not. I'm not saying girls about pitcher now. But he's pitching poorly probably because like you said of the hamstring. So i don't know how much i trust him. One game playoff right. Yeah that's fair but like and this is my main source of anger. Today is the fans who had the fucking balls and you may. You may side with them. I feel like it. Is this thing you side with. The fans are the balls to boo. Gary cough amount today did he pitched poorly of course and he said that after the game goes. Yeah it fucking sucked. Just drop the ball. Like i did. no question. The yankees needed to win today to have a you know. I mean season debt. No but like certainly feels like they're in the slimmest of life support possible and a win today would have helped but boo. The offense who aaron boone. Don't do eric. Garrett cole has been one of the fucking mainstay and they tried the fuck baseball star the fucker garrett cole this year by changing the rules and how everything goes in any adapted and came back stronger than ever then a fucking covert owners. You've got covert then. He adapted even more got better and then he's dealing with his hamstring injury. Trying to give you whatever. He has been a top three cy. Cy young candidate all season long. He's been everything you could ask for since. You've become a yankee coming in big spots. After that he had a bad game today. Yeah the indians got swim fucking The first sitting was also a debacle. The way the score those two runs. Just you know we're play with thurber. Dj and hitting the first batter and. Yeah he's not the same pitcher right now because he's he's not one hundred percent booing him off the mountain. Go fuck yourself like literally. I can't say the things i want to say to you as a guy was for booting giancarlo and there are stretches. Were yeah sure like he goes. Months egos a month sometimes. We're like looking at candidate baseball. I can kind of see it. I would never do it personally. Stadium but okay but boeing garrett cole go fuck yourself like literally who the fuck you think you are doing garrett cole i can't fucking stand you. People that big kabuga hair call amounts of one guy puts his heart. Solis fucking teen fuck you well. This is awkward for me to now. Say this but i have no problems with the fans but no listen. I agree with everything you said. Dark goal has been worth much every penny. He's not a contract that you're gonna look back on. I can't believe this yeah. It was a bad start today. Still overall in overwhelming success but i will never get on like fans who spend their money to go out there and watch a game. I firmly believe they can do whatever the fuck they want. When you're in a pennant race and the yankees are playing playoff race. I should say are playing shit baseball right now. And you're going out there expecting to see your ace shaaban. Shut down a horrible fucking team and he gives up ten heads. Seven runs to home. Runs can't get out of the six inning. I got no problem with doing. I think when you're in the moment when you're at a game you have the memory of a goldfish which you did the day before. It doesn't matter what you did two weeks before it doesn't matter what you did. Last season doesn't matter you're just reacting to the performance that you're seeing that day on the field and the reality of the situation is that today was the biggest aim of the yankee season because every game now for the rest of the season is the biggest season until they're officially eliminated pretty much an old didn't pitch Very poorly. i have no problem with doing him. I think goal would have no problem with the fact that i think kohl's insulted or anything. I think that's new york. That's the beauty of the bronx. That's the beauty of yankee fan. That's all i wanted to be. I want to do people like sticking to throw a perfect game. Last start next already gives up a couple of home runs. You got a national tau. It is that being said i do. A hundred percent agree with you that he is not in the top five ten fifteen twenty problems with the new york yankees. But it's harder to boo aaron boone. It's harder to boo. Aaron cashman brian. Cashman it's ordered to boo the offense collectively when a guy walking off the mound after a bad start and you just have anger in your heart from a really disappointing game at disappointing series and a disappointing season. I have no problem with those out..
Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations
"gary cough" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations
"How do we every day consciously remember spirit. That's my goal is to everyday consciously remember spirit said comes to me now and then when i'm connecting like i'm connecting with you when i feel that i'm doing something that i love doing with somebody i love doing it with when i feel connected with my the world that i'm in and i walked down the street and i felt a part of it when i look at whatever happens to me and i look for the meaning guan and extensive intellectual trip. But i know that this world is meaningful. When i can remember that. The universe is a friendly place and not a violent brutal one. The whatever violence and brutality is in it. I and we put here and can learn from it. What can we learn it. How not to put violence and brutality into our world how to create a planet without conflict. How to become authentically empowered. When i'm with my beloved linda. And i'm awake. I can remember spirit when i'm in a circle. I love being in a circle with people. I couldn't remember spirit. But i'm seeing power plant or an animal. Sometimes i remember spirit. Then i can see all of those things and not remember spirit so the ideas the intention. My intention is to remember spirit. My intention is to master in embody authentic power and help teach it to others and I love that intention. i feel. It's my life's mission and it's very challenging. I don't want to say to anyone anytime that I'm above the struggle. Probably my if. I had a spiritual awakening. It would be the time. When i realized that spirituality wasn't going to be an end. Run around my agony. That in fact. My agony was my avenue to spirituality because those painful places are the places that i need to heal. I realize now in order to give the gifts that i want to give and the idea of authentic power and the experience is one of those gifts. And it's it's a part of the evolution of the souls evolving. yes yes the soul evolved. It's not a perfect platonic ideal thing or energy that sits there while we do the work. We are energy tools of the soul. Our experiences are not lost. It is the sole that learns to our choices do our experiences and when we die in this flesh. Gone what what happens you know. I've heard people talk about the spirit leaving the body. I've done many shows that people who had out of body near death experiences they experience. You know the the light the going through the tunnel. We've heard all of us have heard those stories. What how do you perceive that win you die. You go home. It's where you came from homes non-physical reality home a larger more expensive more compassionate Perspective will i remember me. Is that important in the bigger non-physical reality. I don't know the answer to all of your questions. Hope but i do know. I know when we die. We return to home. We return to the fullness of who we are how it happens with each individual personality. I do not know okay but i do know that. Every life is an awesome event every birth life and death is awesome magnificent. It's the expression of such beauty such compassion that as we begin to sense it and to sense that that is who we are our lives begin to change. We see meaning everywhere. We follow meaning inside of ourselves. We want to reach out to others. We long for harmony. We long to cooperate. We long to share the best that we have with long to revere life and we do. I know these things. Gary cough and that book see the soul has been very instrumental in my life and the fact that i have a lot more things in life than a lot more people. I'm still on the same life. Struggle life path. Is everybody else anybody with any sense anybody. Any money knows this too. That money doesn't change your life. It's the way you choose to lead your life. It's the kind of person you try to be. And i think we're all on the same journey struggling trying evolving to be the best people that we can be. That is the goal. I'm oprah winfrey and you've been listening to super bowl. Conversations the podcast. You can follow super soul on instagram twitter and facebook. If you haven't yet go to apple podcasts and subscribe rate and review this podcast. Join me next week for another super soul conversation. Thank you for listening..
Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations
"gary cough" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations
"Determine whether we make our lives on this earth heaven or hell blue being a person who always live my life trying to do the right thing The resonating moment of clarification came on page thirty eight. Where you say you're talking about karma and you say every action every thought and every feeling is motivated by an intention and that intention is a cause that exists as one with an effect and if we participate in the cause it is not possible for us not to participate in the effect. And i took from that that we have the world that we have created based upon our conscious and unconscious intention to do so zachary precisely this talk about causing effect. It is the single hardest to me. It is it seems to be the simplest law. And i think most people certainly the american culture is aware of do unto others as you would have them do unto you which to me is the law of karma simplified and people are aware of that but are not aware that it applies to every single aspect of your being. When i knew less i used to think oh well i'll talk about her because i don't care if she talks about me because if that's all it's going to happen me about her. I mean she's gonna talk about me back. That's okay if she talks about me. Because i don't like her anyway but what. It doesn't work that way obviously. No it doesn't work that way that it's about the energy that you put out comes back and it comes back in its own way but in direct proportion to what you put out exactly. Here's a device that everyone's seen on this ball swings out you see this one registers. The effect now this is causing effect. This is the cause. And that's the effect. Suppose we take these away for the moment And we only have two left and we do the same thing now. You see. there's a cause and there's an effect there's a physical cause and there's a physical effect intention is what causes. The effect intention is not physical. You can't see it. You can't wait our package it. you can't market it. You can't do anything with it that the five senses can register but intention is what causes that to happen. Here's another ball. This is the law of cause and effect. I say law because it always happens and it's just what you described. Been no matter who you are what you do. That's right if there is an if there's a cause there's an effect and the two or one which means nobody is beyond this law. The intention may be to be kind to a friend. The friend experiences kindness and you experience kindness in your life. Now suppose you have another intention. Suppose you want to get the most that you can out of this world. Here's the intention. There's the effect you exploit the world and you experience being exploited. I think wherever the intent whoever sets the intention experiences the effects of that intention. So if i intend and you can never have an intention without an effect precisely us and if someone else feels the effect you will feel the effect in the east. That's called karma here. In the west we call it the golden rule. So if i want to be kind to you you were going to have the experience of someone with the intention of wanting to be kind to you. And i myself in my life. I'm going to experience people being kind to me but not necessarily from the person who gave the kindness to not necessarily from that person. If you want to see what how you were creating into pass look around you. You have loving people in your life then you have been loving in your life. You have selfish. People are angry people in your life. Then look at yourself and you'll see that you've had anger in your life and self concern so if you are an angry person you're going to draw to yourself angry. People you feel better being angry. If you're an angry person if you're around people who angry they understand you and you understand them if you're selfish. If you're a greedy you will draw to you avaricious people because you understand one another you know hell is not something that you're assigned to against your will hell if you want to look at it. That way is a place that you go of your own. Free will how choices choices. Yes how. how the hell can you live in than to live in a world in which no one cares for you in which everyone wants to exploit you and which people look at you as an object that is hell and if you look at other people that way that is the world that you will live in next. Gary cough tackles a really big question. What is the sole. His answer is one that you will not soon forget what he had to say. We'll give you an image of your soul and your place in the world that you'll be able to hold onto maybe for the rest of your life. What is the soul. The soul is what you are the sole is not a mythical entity the soul is a powerful purposeful essence. It is at the very center of who you are but do not think that you are the entirety of your soul. Assault is enormous of your soul existed before you were born and your soul will exist after you. Die you the oprah that i am speaking to i the gary that is speaking to you our personalities i have a certain psychological structure. I have lessons to learn in my life. I have emotions. I have intuition and cognition. I have all of those things but all of those things will die but my soul will not and neither were yours is my soul no me yes yes look at it this way. Every fleet of ships that sales has a mother ship one ship. That knows where all of them were going and sets the direction for all of those ships to sail. This doesn't mean that the mothership determines what happens on each of the other ships in the fleet life on one of the ships might be mostly pleasant on yet another ship. It might be mostly unpleasant now. Imagine the mothership the biggest ship you can imagine. It's a city afloat magnificent now imagine if the rest of the bugs. The ships are not really ships but little books. Google the mothership is your soul and you are one of the little boats. The mothership knows why. That's very nice analogy. The mothership knows why you are in the water. You may not know all of the time the mothership knows why you encounter. storms your job. Why you have the awesome privilege of being a little boat is to learn how to sail in the same direction as your mothership because you can choose. Create anything you want. You can sail in the opposite direction if you want. That is a sure way to find rough water but as you sail in the direction that your mothership wants to sail your life fills with meaning and purpose and love. You are excited about being alive. You are excited about the people you were with and what you are doing because you're following the mothership that's right meaning is your inner compass that always aligns itself with the direction that your mothership wants to go k. Meaning meaning your inner sense of meaning and purpose is say that again meaning is your inner compass.
The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani
"gary cough" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani
"Your knees your feet all the way down to your toes. You are now in deeply relaxed state of mind. I want you to imagine that you are in the space where you're choosing to forgive the person who hurt you. The space could be the top of a mountain. It could be your living room. It could be a field. It could be your version of heaven but see yourself in a space where you feel safe and secure call upon your guides or angels to support you in this healing. Now see the person that you're seeking forgive in front of you. Look at the faa. Cdi is the are knows out. This may not be comfortable but know that you are safe and you're protected. They are not there. You simply seeing a representation of them so that you can forgive nervous. You see that face. I want you to read the charge. Tell them and it's okay to get emotional. What they did to you and how they hurt. You read out the charge. Now you get to feel the anger and pain of what you experience. I'm gonna give you two minutes. I want you to actually allow yourself to feel that pain to feel that anger to feel to feel how mad you are at them to feel the pain of what they did to you. You have two minutes you can yell. You can scream. You can pound your pillow. No maybe you're seeing a younger version of yourself. Feel the anger or the pain. You might have because of a mistake you made in the past but imagine this younger version of yourself as a younger brother or younger sister and that you are a wiser version of them. You have one more minute. Stop now stop feeling that anger and pain and we go to the next step. I want you to now reflect on what you learned from this situation or if this was a mistake you made a younger version of you made reflect on what you because of that pass mistake. Think about new knowledge new awareness. How you grew. Think about how this act made you the person you are today. Now you move to step six. Think about how. The other person may have been hurt in the past. If you're forgiving yourself think of an experience prior to the event that maybe made you make the wrong decision that you did try to imagine the other person the aggressor as a child. What might they have experienced as a child that made them do the act that they did what you'll practicing here by the way is what gary cough labeled as reverence. You're seeing everyone as a sole having a human experience and in this case you're seeing them as a soul that's going through a learning that they needed to do and now see the act from the is how they perceived you how would they perceive that situation. It may be a wrong perception. But what do you think was going on in the brain in their mind. During that time if they were a soul having a human experience how would they. Maybe in a misguided way interpreting what was going on see it from there is and do your best to forgive them in the next step. I'm going to ask you to forgive into love which means getting into a state where you can actually feel. Yes love for them to the point where you would feel comfortable hugging them. Some of you might be ready to do it some of you not and in these methodologies if you feel you're still not ready to do it doesn't mean you will never forgive them. It means you will repeat this process for the next day or the next thirty days until.
"gary cough" Discussed on Ridiculous History
"Care of business in that bed heeded their bout. Use it on our podcast. But but yeah they They they they're kind of like at least if we if you get pregnant. If you mess up and you have sex like you're not supposed to wag wag We know who it is. There's a million witnesses to was over here last night. So you get married even have you didn't intend to So it's kind of worked out pretty. Well i guess for all involved but do you guys want to sit fully clothed in a bag next year. Why by question is why are close enough. Why do you need the extra layer of the bank clothes. Come off no closer can bags. I guess just like you have so. Many layers to annoying was the bag New technology at the time that mystified confused people. Now it was. It came from Ireland rural uk societies and. The puritans brought it with them. And they got hurt. Papa apparently it enjoyed a little revival among amish community is in the nineteen sixties and some and like up until the nineties or something. They were doing it. I guess my thing. Is this like the dress you know we'd been in. I literally just did an episode on the history of underwear and we know about this period like the dress was very prohibitive in terms of getting it off even the bathroom. So i just seems like a little extra to insist on including this bag when you already are wearing like you know your outer gear and then your shift or whatever that you have tucked in and it's very difficult to get off. It takes a lot of doing so it's just. It really speaks to the purity of the puritans that they would insist on this extra layer of prohibitive fabric between a man and a woman. Plus this board is a whole board the board. We also have to remember that. This is a little bit of speculation. But people at this time properly had fewer say outlets for their amorous impulses and therefore were a little more likely to be excited and go the extra mile right to actually have a sexual experience and you would have to because to your point. All you're not only wearing so many clothes plus a sack plus blankets on the bed plus a board but also your whole family sleeps in the same room so you gotta be real quiet with all that wrestling. You don't want to wake up anybody. Hansie stuff happens the here just in the darkness the grandmother either say hold on which is bad embarrassing or nice which is way worse. Just like I don't think he's the one for you doll. He didn't really have a lot of finesse. I could tell the girls wait. Wait one awake. No just a chorus of no way tougher than dating in well this this way tougher than dating in the modern age i guess. Yeah yeah. yeah it is funny. Because i i don't want to deal with the sack either. Nobody timing me by the ankles or that just feels gary cough tournament. No somehow not not for me. I don't know why there's basically think of this. But for some reason my mind goes to a very Incredible passage of dialogue from the movie. The silence of the lambs where Hannibal lecter is kind of trying to freak out clarisse and he says all those clumsy sticky fumblings in the back. Seat of cars puritan version of that their clumsy sticky fumblings in the room with your grandma. Right okay so now. We're following this fictional couple. And they've they've been having. They've gone through their trials like a tray who having to go through those three gates and never even story. Yes the guys is to. They got through the sack. Night of sadness the swamps of sadness and they found one day and found one. One other almost puritanical courting practice. Is that correct. Yeah yeah yeah after. You got hansie after youtube. All that stuff Time to commit so usually you. Now we would think you get ring. Put a ring on it. But puritans didn't wear jewelry. They thought that was real frivolous and you know. They were very plain and not adorned so they were like jewelry is not our things. So instead a puritan man would give his intended goody a symbol and the symbol. She would use an dream over All her linens that she would so and her clothes that she would so for her new married life and then on the on the day they got married they would cut the thimble cup off and she would wear the rim as a wedding band. Nicole is if a practical gift. Don't give me but it's a very practical wedding ring. If you've got a crafty girl in your life way so okay like what you just share off literally the bottom of this tiny thimble presumably with some sort of metal lake sheer. Like how do you even do the. I guess the blacksmith is at your wedding and he just brings brings a little welder. Table with something like symbols are pretty mall. A lot of them. I hope they've i mean how do you get while he's there he likes. He likes sizes it for you. I mean people smaller back in the puritan days. The big enough over your thumb. It could probably slip around your ring finger. Maybe well it only goes up to the first knuckle of your thumb. And i don't know if that would get over the second knuckles women dettori asli huge thumbs. I was gonna say. It's i read that in a scientific journal earlier. It's like the main like that's why puritans left england right because they're huge hands like big toes master their fingers were we pissed about that. I can tell a.
The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani
"gary cough" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani
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The Marie Forleo Podcast
"gary cough" Discussed on The Marie Forleo Podcast
"Hates marie. Four leo and welcome to another episode of marie. Tv and the marine folio. Podcast i gotta say. I am so excited about my guest today. He is a legend in the world of personal growth and spiritual development and you are in for a big treat. Gary cough the author of four consecutive new york times bestsellers including legendary the seat of the soul. He's also the author of the dancing masters which won the american book award for science. His books have sold six million copies and are in thirty two languages. Gary grew up in the mid west. He graduated from harvard and became a special forces officer with the at phnom service. His newest book universal human is available. Now so gary. It is so wonderful to have you here. Thank you so much for making the time. Today are welcome marie. i'm. I'm so excited to be with you and to experience what you've been doing so wonderfully for so many people for so long. Let's get started. I want to go back to a time in your life is actually i think a pretty challenging time after you served in vietnam and you shared in the book which is wonderful universal human by the way that you were avoiding pain in some destructive ways that it was around drugs and sex addiction. I'm wondering if you can take us back to that time. And share a bit about what you were feeling and experiencing and what was that moment that helped you begin to turn her life around. It wasn't a single moment marie. It was an incremental process. But there were some good things in it that i remember. And that time you're talking about i was living in san francisco and i was addicted to sex. I was so enamored with myself without realizing it. All how much pain. I was in Drugs women motorcycles We're all a part of of being in san francisco. And i was invited to a meeting. Physicists at the lawrence berkeley laboratory and i accepted immediately. And i was amazed by what i heard them discussing the question. Are we creating. The reality were experiencing. Well that's the kind of question that i discussed with friends in coffee shops in north beach. But these were some of the most renowned physicist in the world and they were asking that question for real. I got so excited about that meeting. And i asked him if i could come back again on the following friday and they said yes. They're very gracious. And i started reading i. I went back. And i felt as though i'd had three cups of cappuccino and it was sparking off my fingertips but i couldn't explain why i was so excited so i started reading and i went back again. Read more went back again. And i realized that i wanted to share what i was learning on a silver platter for people who were none. Scientists like me liberal arts majors like me who couldn't do handy mathematics like me and i did. I wrote this book called the dancing wuli masters an overview of the new physics. Now while i was writing this. I started out following an outline for each chapter that i created but in each case age chapter i left the outline behind because the energy lead meals were and the energy put so much more exciting than they outline was after six months or so. I began to realize that these chapters fit together beautifully. And i didn't do it because i discarded the outlines. So how'd that happen. And i began to realize that. I'm not writing this alone. This doesn't mean i'm channel. I wish it were that easy. Actually known but i imagine for some people they sit at. The keyboard in book comes out but it wasn't that way for me and it isn't but i realized that i'm not writing alone because it's not possible to be alone. Everyone every every co creation every creation is a co creation with you and with your physical guides and teachers and i was a. This was a new experience to me. I ask a friend of mine. Who was a union psychoanalyst. About what i was doing. And she said oh. Leave that alone gear. You don't know what you're getting into. I knew what i was getting into. And i wanted more of it. What did she mean by that did you. Did she just not agree with that perspective. Or what did she mean by. You don't know what you're getting into. I can't speak for her. And i'm not a union analyst but i think what she meant is there's lots of scary things in your unconscious and beyond your consciousness and you don't wanna timber with it. I didn't i didn't agree with that. Perception didn't agree with her recommendation. At all i decided that i was going to live my life the way this book was being written which was spontaneously joyfully intelligently and to a certain extent. I've accomplished that. I'm very happy about it. So this was my first experience of non-physical reality. It was the first experience of non-physical reality. That i recognized as that when i was at harvard. My grandmother died and she was my favorite. I think i was her favorite too. I used to stay with her in kansas city. And we'd spend nights together in her apartment and we'd be lying side-by-side on twin beds holding hands and talking about gossiping about the family. So that's how tight we were and she would take me to this restaurant in this beautiful large building. She was living in and we'd have dinner and afterwards we walk through the lobby and it would be a sea of grey hair. And she'd say. Gary you remember mr mental stein my son and then she say gary you remember mrs goldstein. I say yes. And if i didn't shake my head and say yes. She take my hand which she was holding and she jerked down like that. They say well when i was at her funeral. The rabbi was speaking to is audience in front of him and the family was in an alcove on his right looking up at a closed circuit monitor and were seeing him from the side and also as he looked as he addressed the audience in front of him. In those days murray closed circuit. Tv was completely novel some novel and made me laugh and as soon as i started to laugh. Gremaldi be jerked my hand down and said she didn't want me disrupting her funeral. She wanted to listen. I never told my folks that. Because i knew that they wouldn't understand it. Think that high resolution meeting in the deep grief that they were experiencing. But.
I Read Comic Book
"gary cough" Discussed on I Read Comic Book
"That i was just talking about was the nineteen ninety two interview todd mcfarlane did with gary growth which i had. Apparently this is the thing. I didn't realize it was a thing. But i just i copy pasted like a good quarter of this interview into our documents like. Oh my god like like the toy thing like selling a toy and comic book in there so part of this interview. Was todd mcfarlane venting his frustration that the marketing departments that marvel in dc. At the time. And i would say still now. Don't really know how to market their stuff like your so. This close were todd mcfarlane. He says quote kids are supposed to telepathically know that there's a kiddie comic book out there and stop playing nintendo in rushed to their comic shop like the mere existence. These comic books is good enough for them to sell. The promotional people are locked into a frame of mind. They don't give a shit about more than issue number. One and i was just like what the fuck it's thirty years later. We're still having a conversation as well i. I would argue that. I feel like we've we've circled back on the cycle right. Because i feel like we got away from it for a little bit and now we're back to it but it's like todd mcfarlane is doing his bit to break that cycle by saying you wanna buy cool looking action. Figure i get that. Have my comic book. See if you like this too and it's just like that different. He had a different approach. And i think that's what's interesting to revisit because win. I was discovering that stuff. There was a very strong pushback against image. A lot of the old guard count. Creators had been doing it for decades. Said oh yeah. These kids are flashing the pan. These image books are all sizzle. No steak that ever gonna sell and then you see spawn number one coming out and selling one point seven million copies and it's almost like mcfarland saying this what we've been telling you. People kids are buying comics. They look cool. I don't know who was writing amazing spiderman in the late eighties early nineties. All i know is a tarmac withdrawing. It looked awesome. You know what. I mean so them saying like what selling these books is our artwork. We need to be financially compensated for that and recognized for that and then proving it. I mean todd. Putting his money where his mouth is improving it with spawn. The fact that spun is still going three hundred and sixteen issues later. It's a longest continually published independent comic of time that's a testament to maybe his his Spite fueled create creativity. Look i'm going to work against all odds in. It's actually to go back and look at that stuff in. I'm i'm here to tell you. I reread the first twenty. Five thirty issues of spawn to prepare for this episode. It's not a particularly good good comic but it was. It's it's so exciting to especially look back in this context and think the way that independent comic books are made and marketed. Today is because of the success of this book and the success is almost purely because todd. Mcfarland's our work. That is a book. That's designed to be looked at not read when you approach That regardless of course their kids bought the shit out of this book it looks. You know so. There's multiple quotes. I pulled from this mcfarland growth interview where he's basically like of course i'm not a good writer like he literally said gary cough said. Do you think you're a good writer and todd mcfarlane said. No and then gary graff. Mazembe elaborate but he was like he said quote. I mean fuck..
"gary cough" Discussed on Dead America
"And i signed up not knowing what it was as it turns out. It was a seminar on the virtualization process that he teaches and similar to the one that i teach as well now and i went home. And i my entire life just lined up. I started the visualization process. And everything that. I had been working on and wanted to happen like literally within a matter of weeks and i just went whoa That's so crazy and then He sent another email saying. Would you like to become a trainer and come take the course on how to teach my course and I did and i came back. And i put on my first workshop and five minutes in. I ditched my nose and every it was like a moment where everything i had ever learned. Came to me all at once and i just went. Oh this is what i'm supposed to do. I'm supposed to help people recognize that. This life is beautiful. It's beautiful right now. Is doesn't have anything to do with amassing wealth third stuff or it has to do with creating a deep meaningful relationship with yourself and healing those parts of yourselves. That don't serve that feature that you wanna create. That journey is hard for some of us. Stephen take i myself. I went through an injury and felt like i was on top of the world and when something puts us through this tumultuous area that we've never been at devastates us man woman child. Whatever these neural paths. That are firing honest. They are definitely something that we have to bill with. So i know self discovery for me was a big deal and facing those things that i thought i knew it was really challenging. How hard was it for you to get past the things you already knew to free yourself for the new thoughts the new foundations the new life. Yeah i mean i. I'd like to say nobody's life as easy as it were here to be like as gary cough says on the earth school where in the school this is the school. It's for the benefit of our evolution spiritually. And we've made it about all these other things but this is the this is the work and it is work as not work as an a four letter. Bad word it's work as in. This is delightful because this is when we create a true freedom for ourselves when we can understand that we have underlying beliefs that are running the show for us without us even challenging them and get recognition around that and understand that when you have a belief that tells you what this world looks like the lens or the filter in which you see everybody and everything then it becomes a whole different ball game right it becomes more about. Im empowered to create this other thing but it really is about the freedom right this about the freedom to knowing that you get to hab emotions and being reaction to people but understanding what it means is.
LoopPraat - D Nederlandse Podcast over Hardlopen
"gary cough" Discussed on LoopPraat - D Nederlandse Podcast over Hardlopen
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