17 Burst results for "Hari Krishna"
"hari krishna" Discussed on Shower Epiphanies
"In that when connected Amazon I see my fellow runs at call. Everyone friends whether I love that. Are you know. We're all in our journey. Ernie just trying to do our best. I really believe we're all just doing the best. We can with the guests that the things we haven't healed the things we are dealing. And when I can see Zeke all and set my judgments aside that experience you have very similar views on fear and taking peaking in hearing you talk. I'm thinking back when I was in college. One of the things that lightened me too. Because I grew up in a Catholic family but I wouldn't call US practicing. You know I mean my parents way. That church went for them is eight o'clock Sunday morning. You drove the kids to church and you open the car door. Said we'll pick you up at eleven thirty after Church services in Sunday school in all those things and then we'd wait on the corner for them to get back and pick up so you know it just wasn't very structured well and when I was in college one of the requirements for my world religion class was to go inexperience. What other religions did how their services were in? We had two to five services so I went to a Protestant service in all that and then I went to a Buddhist service and I went to Hari Krishna. Kinda service yet and for me. I can't tell you how almost frightened I was. And you know I had been in Vietnam and out of the at Phnom and I thought of myself as fearless tough old green you know but when we started being told that I had to go and go to five different services it it through this kind of fear in me because as a Catholic you're told it is the one and only religion if you go outside of it you know you know and I soon learn the language may be different rituals may be different but the God was one it was one God and it opened up a lot of my world. You know it did and I threw that fear in. It's interesting that you said about religious fear you know that we have because want to shed that and you get out of that doctrine and Dogma and start living it opens up a whole different world old in the judgment piece. How you meant this is one way and the only way and has judged people to be right wrong based on their beliefs are growing up thinking? That person's like that right were watch. Maybe worried about that person. Try to convert hurt them. Should I. You know I think it comes from a good place. I think people's intentions are pure just what they've been taught similarity not they don't know which direction you want your life to take. Are you sinking deep down into the pit of uncertainties day by day. So what's the secret to leading a happy satisfied life. It's taking matters into your own hands..
"hari krishna" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"The proper planned with the with the firm who is very proud of never having a complete folks we come back we're gonna keep touching on that list the retirement pitfalls is also we're going to talk about how to delay retirement if it's necessary or not and we're going to do every time the road. you can't really make any self respecting famous entrepreneur list without throwing in the name of Steve Jobs. jobs dropped out of college because his family really. burden of this education. unofficially continued to audit classes living off three meals for the local Hari Krishna hand he returned to his for change just to get. isn't that incredible jobs is credited with calligraphy class. stop it on and it was an inspiration for the Max revolutionary basis and the sun so he went on to happen on. eventually forming. company with childhood friend Steve Wozniak the noted grandfather of the digital revolution jobs change the consumer electronics industry forever that is the jobs that were eight point three billion dollars that is influenced will live on. the job is a great success. welcome back into finance are in consumer advocate Chris breath our joined by consumer advocate day for can sitting in the production booth but we have with us coach Peter really he is Raleigh's wealth coach he is president the I. A. R. S. C. sits on the ethics committee and twenty seven years.
"hari krishna" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Stories this massive flooding after a water main broke in south LA, homes and cars submerged that's coming up in one minute. The police activity though, continuing out at the LA Culver city border right around the Hari Krishna temple. Let's get the latest right now can't extend seventies. Margaret Carreira that center was evacuated. Earlier this morning out of an abundance of caution this due to a phone threat possibly involving a bomb that came into an office tied into the Hari Krishna center here now right now there are still a number of police. I saw several of them with their riot gear. Helmets on out near the center off of Venice boulevard. And what at least one of them was holding a shield and other head is long gone out and visible. Investigators have been trying to assess whether there was an actual threat or any suspects in the area with unconfirmed reports of a possible suspect barricaded in an unknown building out here, very. Information no has been made available to us here out at the scene will bring you those updates though as soon as they become available. Reporting live, Margaret, quarrel KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio water main break on the city's salsa this morning, and it has left a muddy mess for a lot of people. Let's go there. Here's great figure washed up this muddy mess on several blocks here in the area of south central Los Angeles town avenue and fifty fifth that is that is exactly where this water main break is happened. Just after five o'clock this morning underground underneath that location, and the water started bubbling up actually eroded this massive sinkhole and it swallowed up some vehicles and several homes have been damaged and it created chaos throughout this entire area against several blocks of south Los Angeles, people this morning looking on in disbelief and other cars were like,.
"hari krishna" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast
"Apply your willpower, you find that you can control it or you can stop it all together. Maybe you're someone you had a little rough patch break-up or a death in the family, and you went off the rails and started doing some blow with your buddies out at the bar, and then you can kinda pull it back together. That's one thing. But once you reach the. Point where it's controlling you. And you can't control it and you identify within yourself that you're an addict or an alcoholic. Then I've known very few people that have. Have been so afflicted that of that of one over in single-handed combat. You know, it takes recovery groups. It takes twelve steps. It takes going to treatment. It takes help it takes community. And it takes the love of other people and a sense of connection with some kind of higher power, you know, some sort of spiritual practices and things like that. I every once in a while, I meet someone. That's like, yeah. I just stopped. I'm good. And I'm like what did you do? And they go I just made a decision, and I'm going to stop that stuff. But that's so so rare everyone that I know they've had to develop some sort of spiritual practice and definitely having support of other people. And in my case, I think what really helped in the beginning. Was that initial surrender of just going. Okay. I can't fix this myself. I mean at a core core level, I was just out of options. And when you get to that place. That's a great by it's painful, but it's a great place because then you have somewhere to start then it's like, even if you're agnostic or atheist and. You realize like you've got nowhere else to turn. You can't rely on your own resources that kind of opens your mind to the idea that whatever these forces are in the universe that some people call God or spirit or nature, or whatever it is might be able to help you. But most of us have to be pretty desperate to seek out something that's that intangible, you know, an unbelievable. I mean, when they told me the answer to this thing, spirituality. I was like what that seems like not very it's not something you can really hold onto. But when you're desperate, and I feel like, hey, okay. I mean, I always say like I would win joined the Hari Krishna's and sold, you know, books at the airport. If that was that's what it took. I didn't you know. I wasn't arguing with the solutions. In other words, because I was so out of answers left rehab. How did you continue to access that spirituality in the real world? Well, I got around other people I gotta run other recovering addicts for sure number one really got just involved in recovery. And I had the lead. Grove all of my old friends that weren't on this new path that I was on. It was terrifying. All my friends hated me. And I thought that I had abandoned them, and I just had to kind of go out on my own..
"hari krishna" Discussed on The Trip
"But we we we went and hacked the breakfast bar for whatever. Shitty. They'd like the little celery sticks. We've literally recreated like an airplane, Bloody Mary, I think we've done goods really considering. I mean, they did have alcoholic flooding. Mary station seems kind of pointless streets like tomato. Juice ahead. Blake a basket of unripe tomatoes next. What is that strange? Maybe you could hollow it out and actually drank it from and. And. Fucking chowder bread bulls with our Bloody Mary cheers is. Yeah. That vodka socks. Can you taste about all of them tastes? It was awful. It's hot like on the chess. See like, none of this is stuff that they mentioned on the back of the model. Maybe it's because it's cold here. They need extra biting this Budka sucks and his hot on the trail. Good. Anyways, it's expensive. I actually noticed here. I mean, we visited expensive Huntoon Australia. But. And the price is here like the same as they are at home. But it's in Europe. Yeah. Yeah. So this is literally Cussing me thirty five dollars euro vodka. It's costing me seventy dollars a strenuous as opposed to thirty five dollars. So it's actually kind of insane. You can't leave you can't leave your country anymore. Con. All right. So let's talk about that. You're you're Austrailia, right. Day. What do you? What do you do there? So I have to vegan food businesses. One is a restaurant in one is in Delhi Smith and orders and Smith and jelly Melvin Fitzroy. Capital? If strategy and say Fitzroy. So tell me about the vegan culture there. It's definitely changed quite a lot especially since we opened the restaurant. But I think I started doing it quite a while ago. When I was cooking in a pub that was sort of a big crust punk metal kind live music venues. So that the crab are pretty young. And that was a vegan food. Same was a lot smaller Hari Krishna spots. Probably like it is in so many places. And definitely you either sort of had you'll Hari Krishna sort of pay as you feel joins. I'm not sure if you have those in the states, but basically the rules for these sort of restaurants, you come you ate, and you pay what you feel it's worth, which of course, a lot of people will pay nothing. Yeah. Because it's worth nothing. 'cause. These kids come there and just eight and if you give them the option to not pay they're not going to hear that doesn't pay. So of course, a lot of them have closed down funny enough. Right. I remember went to Brixton once when I was young. And they were you know, they had like a collective punk kitchen where they were Dunster diving and like cooking together and all this stuff. But it's like very. That's very scattered like it's hard to. I don't know. I wouldn't even say in New York where you would find that kind of thing. It's not anymore. Bye. It's probably there's probably a spot for that while ago been now now supermarkets put padlocks on they've been so people can't dumps realize anymore, which I think is like because this a worried about someone dumpster diving and then getting food poisoning, and then sowing the supermarket that trash being off which is insane hasn't actually have. Yeah. Locking them. I know, but you know, one litigious son rat bastard. Oh, yeah. What kind of fucking Doncaster diva's says the city. Mac missing the idea. All right. So you so you started cooking this pub where there was where there was kind of. It was a punk scene. It was music own venue. I mean when you're just trying to serve them like sausages in the beginning. Well, the one dish that they had on before. I took over the kitchen was a piece of tofu that he would throwing the day fryer. Nothing on it. Get imagine. There's not like tofu is a sponge or anything, you know, God. Straight into a deep fry that was just used to cook all this meat for the bathroom there. Oh shit. One thing that like sucked paid of tofu just lose everything. So yeah, they would just chock a pace a typhoon the friar basically will get a block and just cut it down the middle. And then just throw it in the fryer..
"hari krishna" Discussed on Never Seen It
"Talking it out like. I know I don't know why doesn't help his foot. I mean. Oh, man. I'm going to say. Shot in it. I get it ran over by a lawn mower. Okay. I wasn't even going to question thirteen. What brand of cigarettes does Don Draper? Smoke. Pall Mall, lucky strikes question fourteen. What countries tourism bureau comes to sterling Cooper hoping to make it a bigger tourist destination. What countries? Okay. Russia Israel. Question fifteen. What company makes the slide projector that Don presents at the end of season one Kodak? It is Kodak question sixteen the creatives the sterling Cooper come up with the tagline, Mark, your man for what kind of product. Mock you man. Like Cologne or. Cologne lipstick. Damn question seventeen. In season five, Harry tries to help out old friend. Paul Kinsey who has become involved with what religious movement. The. Hari Krishna. It is Hari Krishna. Question eighteen. What does Don Draper's real name. Like the actor? No. Oh..
"hari krishna" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac
"College tuition after six months. I couldn't see the value in it. I had no idea what I wanted to do with my life and no idea how college was going to help me figure it out. And here I was spending all the money. My parents had saved their entire life. So I decided to drop out and trust that it would all work out. Okay. It was pretty scary at the time, but looking back, it was one of the best decisions I ever made. The minute I dropped out, I could stop taking the required classes that didn't interest me and begin dropping in on the ones that looked far more. Interesting. It wasn't all romantic. I didn't have a dorm room, so I slept on the floor and friends rooms. I returned coke bottles for the five cent deposits to buy food with, and I would walk the seven miles across town every Sunday night to get one good meal a week at the Hari Krishna temple. I loved it and much of what I stumbled into by following my curiosity and intuition turned out to be priceless. Later on. Let me give you one example. Reed college at that time offered, perhaps the best calligraphy instruction in the country. Throughout the campus. Every poster, every label on every drawer was beautifully hand. Kellogg graft because I had dropped out and didn't have to take the normal classes. I decided to take a calligraphy class to learn how to do this. I learned about Saraf and San serif typefaces about varying the amount of space between different letter combinations about what makes great typography. Great. It was beautiful historical artistically, subtle in a way that science can't capture, and I found it fascinating. None of this had even a hope of any practical application in my life. But ten years later when we were designing the first MacIntosh computer, it all came back to me and we designed it all into the MAC. It was the first computer with beautiful typography. If I had never dropped in on that single course in college, the MAC would have never had multiple typefaces or proportionally spaced fonts. And since windows just copied the MAC, it's likely that no personal computer would have them..
"hari krishna" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"Way there I'm reading this interview with Harley Flanagan and he talks about how he was always very violent and aggressive and had all kinds of problems in that giving a meat and eating a vegetarian diet leading this Hari Krishna lifestyle really helped him. And then he said a lot in there, they're really stuck with me goes, look. We can't talk about peace and all that when you're eating steak because at animal died in pain, you contributed to series violence and you're trying to talk about peace. So that really stuck with my mind because I've always even when I ate meat, I consider myself and. Lover, right. I had dogs and so forth, so I didn't really think about the hypocrisy of it until reading that. So that was the first seed planted. The second was when I was in Kenya and I saw these animals national habits and you can say, well, what about seeing a lion kill an animal. Vigas. It wasn't that so much. It just made me think about all the animals that don't live like that that are in factory farms that are being experimented on and so forth. So that's does another light bulb going off my head. And then I saw this movie the fly to and. Lock people is probably one of those forget lie. I don't know if I saw the fly to the fly the original. I didn't think all that. Great. The second one I thought was really good, and it touched on the topic of animal experimentation pretty profoundly, whether that was their intent or not. I don't know, but took you wanna you wanna get someone interested in being anti lab experiments on animals to show them that movie because there's a heartbreaking seeing golden retrievers experimented on immutable. And you see this animal and Eggen is in pain. In this, the guy who becomes fly goes in and put the dog down Mercifully, but that made me start thinking also about what actions doing that are contributing to laboratory experiments. So anyway, I just wanted to change my lifestyle so that I'm not contributing to animal suffering. I know it's, it's it's impossible to not do it to some extent just being alive. I'm not delusional thing that I'm no longer harming any animal in any way because. I been vegan since I was twenty years old twenty five years now, but it's definitely lessening the negative impact dramatic. It's an aspiration to create less harm to kind of live in accordance with this principle comes from the heart. Thing to Hinduism and sufism in particular, really rebounded with me when I got into college, I really got into those things. But when I first became vegetarians, my mother recommended that I just keep eating fish and cut all the other means by vegetarian mom. She was eating fish because of my dad's influence at the time. So she's so that was kind of what she was doing that whole Petco veg type thing. And I was like, okay, that's sensible a gradual thing. Then when I was eighteen, I cut that out, but I'll still eating eggs dairy. Not much that was in college at the time, but I would have it. And then I got some literature on factory farming from Pedo or some other organization. I forget which one now maybe twenty Lewis and Clark college. I was out there for a year and that stuff is horrible. That's heartbreaking top to watch. So I don't know how anyone watches that and then feels good about, yeah, pig or anything. Tough. Either you avert your glance and why do we avert our glance like we'll, we'll wait in line to go see violent movie. Right? But if you flash like an image of somebody beating goat or. Like our cower cheap, we, I don't wanna see that because yeah, exactly that we're all inherently compassionate. And if we really take a moment to look at that will realize that we're not living in accordance with that compassionate disposition. But I think we all have and that creates internal tension, anxiety better. Like I don't wanna look at that and then I can just keep doing what I'm doing and I don't have to wrestle with that that that discrepancy that internal.
"hari krishna" Discussed on Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People
"And I just like was I've always been punk rock being around as long as I have like, you know, you get it. It's a very supportive community or at least it can be. And I grew, I around a lot of people who had a really good idea all that, but I also grow up at the end of the, you know, like I said before, like it was going to on the radio and you know calling your friends. Gay was still something I did up until I was like, fifteen sixteen, you know, I don't probably later. It's just it. I grew up in a time and place where people weren't checking each other as much. I think like someone who's in the punks like five, maybe ten years younger than me. It's a lot better situation. But when I was coming up, probably being around comedians and stuff. Just say the worship they can think of just to make each other laugh land for ten hours oils and growing punk too. That's another thing I'm so overwhelmed and so over -joyed you know, being old guy who still sometimes it goes to a punk show some of these DIY spaces, even though most in Brooklyn been shut down this whole idea that punk rock shows are safe spaces. Is thing a lot of people here that France for anyone listening. That's the thing that's very popular in punk pop punk rock right now is this idea like if you punk show the places you're safe there, that's a safe space where that's overwhelming and that's new. That's a new part of the culture. When. Let me finish interrupt her interrupted. I'm gonna start destroying you on that. The interrupting let me finish because Because I was. I was. Yeah. I was going to say when I was a kid and it sounds like you to where you grew up, you'd go to punk shows sometimes and you didn't know if you're gonna get the shit beat out of you by skinheads. You didn't know that you're going to go puncture. You might hear some of the most close-minded stuff might be. You might get beat up by a bunch of like militant vegans back in the day. Like there was a lot of that stuff or like militant Krishna bands that would beat you up like a lot of those different hardcore bands had these very specific sets of ideals, and they'd fight interrupt militant Krishna bands. Oh yeah. There's Krishna hardcore. Really. I don't know how militant the Christian guys where I think I'm all up in my earth crisis Christian or like Hari Krishna. Like all wasn't seven seconds they were met. I don't think they were Milton, yeah, Krishna core. There's a whole wing of hardcore called Krishna power. You gotta get in on the Christian punk. My point being punk rock. It's very tribal and territorial and weird and at times close minded and the idea that it's this bashing of open minded thought is a beautiful, beautiful thing that, but the idea that that's universals relatively new used to be terrified to sometimes he'd go to punk rock shows that were transcendent and beautiful. Sometimes you'd go and you'd feel more scared than you ever felt your life. I can attest that personally. I mean, the only reason I don't like hardcore is because of how violent it can be like I grew up in a place where the hardcore kids. Who were pretty gnarly, like tough, like straight edge. We've all all straight edge. Still that same Haiti, punk club, what's that straight? It's kids will come at you. What did you say. Nothing. It's okay. Move on. It's okay. The same shape uncle by used to go to another kid..
"hari krishna" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour
"I'm okay with it. I- CEPT it. I like the morning PS, but me waking up at that time man to then like fucking like. Wait my wife up, hey, wake up their time to get up. I'm up. Don't you want to see the beautiful boaty. Don't realize how beautiful boaters. This. God sink to Mooney's the sanctum Monia snus of a fucking morning person. Talk about crucifying fuckers, crucify all morning. The fresh do on the flowers, the Ranas. I wanna sleep the night. Right? Or like somebody running into a movie theaters screaming ever you're just watching a movie. Yeah, yes. So so there's a certain level of etiquette, which is that if you find yourself waking up and this is of course, one of the neophyte. Phases a neophyte us just barely starts. Waking up will starts immediately. No. I've done it certainly in in that's one of the and then, but then as it progresses what ends up happening is you find your Sut song which is like people who are waking up. One away people playing game. I'm waking up, but not actually waking up. Okay. That's a good one. The we're pretending to wake up game. That's that's very choke him Trump of you and that that's I think that's a phase of it, but for sure, man because of the quality of existence here we need a community around us, you know, and like an even if you are you at least need to be around people who can say to you. Hey, wait, wait a minute. Where are we playing the game of waking up or we waking the fuck up? What's happening? What's going on here? What is it? Are we doing that thing where like pretending to be or not, that's good because my experience with it where I'm at right now is that he kinda wake up and go back to sleep. You know, there's a, there's a stair does seem to be a process happening, you know, in the processes. Oh my God. I'm going to quote the Grateful Dead. Sometimes the lights all shine on me. Other towns Atkin Bailey's c. you know, that's it lately occurs to me long voice straits trip. It's the point is like, sometimes you're up sometimes you're not. And what I, what I love is that when I fall asleep, I've I'm lucky enough to have teachers. Who like let me right. Go back to bed. You wanna go to bed, give back to bed. And in fact, one of the coolest, my first contact with a Hari Krishna's. Was with this wonderful devoting aim badeah Hari dos and. He had a. Student of friend, my brother and our meeting, and he was going to read the bag of gated us devoted, not woken up..
"hari krishna" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour
"This is spiritual maturity in my opinion, right. Yeah. So. The tobacco Buddha's called this the clear light, the the perception of the primary clear light understanding the essential existence of everything. Now to ground this in my life. The way that I've experienced this is on t right? So December twenty first twenty twelve. I did a tremendous anonymous EMT while engaged in sexual antics with multiple people. Wow. What do you do on December twenty first twenty twelve. You gotta go out with you. Gotta you gotta go in style. DM tried that. I didn't even know that was a thing. It's tricky. It's actually well. Can't quite do them at the same time. Yeah. Railed I guess like, yeah, I guess. It's man. That's I don't know how like the last thing I'm thinking when I'm on deemed t is about sex, you know? 'cause it's so you're so pulled into this show. What is that like while you don't consciousness of your body anymore? So basically the sex part stops during the experience. In between you're adding sex, it's more about the environment in which the dam to use experienced. Right? So it's like you are at some like DM t- orgy or something. That's yeah. Yeah, we'd go with that. Why not ready for the Pacalypse man. I'm me it's twenty twelve. What are you? Gonna do. I was just I just wanted to show up and see what happened. So I New York looking out over the skyline, but in the DM space, I had the experience of perceiving the fundamental emptiness of everything. And I describe it recently in a podcast I did with Billy j as. Nothingness, but shining. And what I realized was the self. Obviously doesn't exist, but the self is also a burden and as a source of suffering. The French call the orgasm little death right? But what I realized the DMZ trip is that death is actually the big orgasm, right? The relinquishing of self. The relinquishing of the idea that you have an individual self is the ultimate orgasm. It's the perception of emptiness and the fundamental clear light of existence, right? Oh, if there's nobody there to suffer, there's no suffering. Right? It's an optical illusion. Yeah. Now let's take this out of my wacky life and back to two thousand five hundred years ago. The Buddha had this insight. This was his enlightenment. And of course the strove everyone in India crazy because it was heretical Buddhism as a Hindu heresy. But yeah, and in fact you know what? Let me tell you. I let me just add to that. I've spoken with. When I say. Not all Christians. It's not all people who are. Into. Device niveau Bhakti yoga, but you know, like all religion and vice you. I've about two yoga's the name for escon, which is the Hari Krishna movement and as gone one branch of ice niveau back the yoga, which has many branches. But I, I remember speaking with a member of is con..
"hari krishna" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"Anticipated documentary. The game changers deservedly. So as this guy really is truly changing the game on top of all of this Nema has this unbelievably fascinating backstory growing up with Hari Krishna parents on essentially a commune in the rural south and what is less known and understood about. I is the spiritual and ethical underpinnings that provide the why behind what he does and how he does it. He's a great dude. I really enjoyed talking to him. So let's get into it. Let's do this. All right, knee my in the house man. So nice to meet you delighted to have you here today. Thank you so much for having me, man. I'm actually really, really excited to be here. Cool, man, awesome. This, this is a longtime come, and there's a lot of people excited about this and just kind of kick it off. I wanted to say publicly like, I'm just I'm such a huge fan of who you are, what you're doing, the way that you're carrying the message. And I think it's incredibly powerful. And I said this many times before, but it's one thing for a guy like me who's a skinny endurance athlete to go and talk about the things that I care about. And it's another thing altogether when it's a guy like you because you're a mean for people that are just listening on their iphones or their mobile devices and not watching this on YouTube, you should wash on YouTube to get a glimpse of what this is all about because you are absolutely Jack, you have one. The most incredible physiques I've ever seen. And when somebody who's so strong who is so ripped. Is speaking about the things that I've been shouting from the mountaintops for a long time. I think it has the potential to land in a very different way. And I think that that. That is a very potent way of spreading this message. And I applaud you for kind of taking that mantle and running with it so to speak. Well, that was like incredibly humbling to here. So I just want to say thank you for I mean, the super nice words and even considering me to have on the show. 'cause I've been listening to you for quite some time now. So it's like, like you said, it's a long time coming and I've been manifesting it for quite a while. So it's awesome out and. Yeah, all in all in. I've learned to like trust timing on these things happen when they're supposed to happen. Yeah. I, I think it's a good time. You know here we are. You were recently on the cover of muscle and fitness. Yes. So that's that's a huge deal to be on the cover of that magazine vegan or not vegan, and also we're kind of as far as I know we're on the cusp of the game changer of movie coming out, do win is that? Is there a date yet for the release of that? If I had a dollar for every time somebody asked me, I wish I knew the moment. I know everybody else is going to know. 'cause I'll be the first one to be. Posing it all over social media. But yeah, I can just say that it's worth the wait. Right, cool. So, yeah, I haven't seen the movie out, but I know that you figure prominently in that for good reason. So let's tell your story dude..
"hari krishna" Discussed on Barstool Rundown
"Fuck. He's leaving this on like yelp page, book planning. I love this monk. That's why I asked the question. Do they talk? Because if a monk doesn't talk like that could be the meanest commoner Volta because that's all. He's got it all talked. Those fake might. Monks, ten talk. I think the hard core top monk monk's don't talk the cream of the crop guys like light themselves on fire and shit. Can't talk some monks. Take valves, five, these monks around. That's a very, I don't think New York's one with the fake monks, right? Who who go around here donations when we were jailed or Harry Krishna guys. Those are different who those walking John Lennon, those monks Walker, Hari Krishna. Some laws monks might choose to obey silence. The monk shall not speak unless it is necessary. We need a second step. If I'm a monk and I and I in like if mean, you're monks and I'm silent and you're not, but you still get credit for being a monk yet fat right. Choice anyways, we all like this monk, Elliott agai. Did we talked about this on the run down some point. It was a anyways, a guy found in his on for a month. Did we talk about how can we talked about it? Because when I saw the blog today that it was reading my Sar video about Allah got ate alligator guy. But the blog said, remember allegations, he goes like the most Florida moment ever used chasing people using the. I don't think so remember. Okay. So in alligator was guy in Florida found an alligator? I guess just rolling around outside a convenience store, pick the alligator up, ran in Butler with the alligator. Now he may get arrested may not according to him. It is the most Florida thing ever. This guy's the poster boy, flora, great video. You can arrest someone in Florida for doing other states for sure, but in Florida, this is like, who? How do we pick up an alligator without bitten? That's crazy. Yeah, can't you like hold their thing together with two fingers? Yeah, they. Green up. Yeah, Kevin's right. Kevin basis, scientists. I've never seen anybody in this interview less concerned about going to jail. I think he's still drunk. You claim you totally blackout doesn't if you are so blacked out, you remember chasing people in alligator your poked no recollection of that happening at all. At all this store sells good liquor. I drink a lot of that mind. I literally came the store. He was in the back of the truck. Tell me what I did was stupid and I'll be facing charges here soon. Probably go to jail, probably not. We'll see. That is a good night. Yeah, to not. And also like survive it and get video. That's cool. Like feeling, hey, look, wanna. See what happened last night you. You got an by the way if someone chases you with an alligator, you run like he wasn't. No Ichi down the aisle wanting to look. Get a mountain dew and he came in with an alligator jail. It's menacing with an Elliott capturing the allegation badgering this. This idea just went through me like a lightning bolt. Imagine doing supermarket sweep with while alligator that changed you with an elegant. Yeah, absolutely. I always want to play that game. We've always talked about doing what's of. Doubt of turkeys. Yeah. I mean. But there's like you could get anything right to just be food. You could go the whole super great. Like I feel like cleaning supplies and shit. Is it takes strategy. Big bottles of bleach and put it at the bottom utilize that year. Turgid like that should is expensive. That was economy size. Just bring it up at the. Around like crazy, but without Gators. Yeah. House. Pitfall, Harry little like, oh, he just found. Yeah, I like it. Let's work on that. Tommy put Put that. that this so Australia in Australia, we have a story. There's the youngest female or women like Senator ever. She's not anymore, but she gets up some..
"hari krishna" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"For folks who know the american astronaut he's the big guy who first meets samuel curtis the astronaut the american astronaut of the title at the door at the series bar and basically just this there looming over him and threatening him and then we see him later in a dance contest where he really is a poor dancer and everyone like boos off the stage and then the taxi driver that we get later on who tells them about the army of twelve monkeys releasing all the animals from the zoo she's anti golden who was the one who runs venus also from the american astronaut so we had this nice connection of those two actors from one movie to the next and then i'm pretty sure you were talking jet about movie geeky and and that gilliam doing possibly this this huge vertigo in that way and even with the casting any golden playing texas driver is a nice nod to her playing texan driver in me militia forman's hair as well so that's kind of like all these years later maybe she's still driving a taxi so i don't know if that was i'm pretty sure that that was the case why they said let's let's cast any golden inside of here i love corey amac be and the american astronaut i had not put together that those were the same characters i had put together that wallis temp the other role i knew him recognized him from was long kissed night which is another amnesia movie yeah he's the one who shows up gena davis is door and tries to kill her and she she flips the flips tables on him and kills him but yeah he it his whole his whole sequence he's got some of the best moments he comes in just that wild outfit with the the like hari krishna kale and cole says is my delusion right.
"hari krishna" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine
"In the book in this principle mental trap is essentially a bias that causes us to close our mind to a situation because we're trapped in a pattern of thinking and these can be cultural biases most of them are but they also could be biases that come from the way your family thought or the way relying is used so some of the biases that i mentioned in this book include you know avoiding things that you doubt or you don't believe rather than really investigating them now seals learned that just because you don't believe somebody doesn't mean it's not relevant or true certainly would be true for someone else so especially when you're in a foreign country to to even though you made out the way your enemy thinks that you want to investigate it and learn everything you can about it and sometimes you find that there's there's some truth there and so you you then can mold your own belief system or thoughts around the combination of those ideas so but our bias is to avoid this things that we doubt or that turns off rather than investigating studying i'm looking at him deeply and learning from them another classic is feeling that you owe something to someone who gives you something but people are always you know offering you something in the marketing sense these days like there's just a billion marketing message billion offers out there a lot of free information free gifts free this free that and in a sense that's good to do as a marketer because it does elicit this reciprocity vice where all of a sudden you feel like you're ios something in return so just be aware of that when you're on the receiving end of it you know in the hari krishna hand you something at the airport you know they're looking for something in return that's a form of manipulation another bias is that you believe that if something's good for a friend or a tribe member or a group that you are comfortable with than it must be good for you too it's like a herd mentality when plays a large scale it might be good in certain.
"hari krishna" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour
"Wow that's cold showers interesting as the founder hari krishna would say take take don't take showers just say take cold showers take a hot shower fucking freeze your ass because a big part of that was like the thing you're talking thirty yeah yeah and just like learning like well like about these ridiculous comfort boundaries that you have that's actually one of my favorite things is realizing like oh my god the thing i thought was comfortable was actually killing me yeah it was like pain it was not that wasn't even comfort and that was like i don't know what that was but it wasn't covered we got cold showers we've got go out in the sun right and but when do you start doing heroin like it too time you're heroin does to win the pain is that the most you know so when you've pandered your comfort and not gone in the deep waters and not explored your psyche then just then heroin to the reset button thirty seven hurry to the greatest psychedelic all which is death this is cool man i really love this but i this breaking down like what a pert like a really good healthy day looks like but do you have a place in this book for non healthy day totally i wanted to build in day that you could repeat over and over again you know so it and it has times for excess there will be times where you party and i talk about you know damage mitigation strategies if you're super hung over like let's say you just went balls out where you're gonna wanna increase this mineral called malignant him which breaks down the toxic acid all the high builds up and lever for glued thiland so we talk about those extreme circumstances but then we also talk about all right what's the what's the time of day that's best to drink a glass of wine and smoke a joint well it's going to be actually after you work out before you eat because your blood volume is going to be the lowest you're gonna feel the biggest buzz while having to process the least amount of alcohol so you're basically making yourself a cheap date so after you work out don't eat right away unless you're trying to be a body builder and get huge.
"hari krishna" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Second idea donna moonwalker i like moon walker i i i will tell you why i like that the best so far out of all those two suggestions on because i think mtv is kind of married to the word moon it was there early marketing all had to do with the you know putting the flag on the moon yes and then mtv attached to that i like men in there i like moon walker to because mtv obviously was traditionally music right and moonwalking you think of michael jackson exactly it has a little bit of a pop culture connotation as well i'm down with moon walker i think you've got a hit there home all ahead here there are others yeah yeah yeah i avoid years and again if you're just joining us we're talking about mtv the of renamed the moon man this is the award that they give out at the mtv video music awards um they have renamed it moon person were brainstorming other names hey how 'bout just a madeup name that's kind of cute mooney i won i thought about that but now that said that's different really it can't just be like an oscar maybe they give them a name muni but a mooney is already a thing it is yeah what is it it's lake a dj i'm going to totally misrepresent he you know like hari krishna's now not ring a bell it's a religious organisation cult oh thank all the mooneys what okay well okay i mean let's come back to the tried and true that we always come back to hear when we decide to name thanks gary obviously it doesn't even have to be gary but obviously we would suggest that first but gary or just another name steve just another name larry these are all the name retired now you're barry far i'll gary i thing that ends within aaron moon moonwalker done i'm just saying it another name such as oscar okay i've got a few more ideas as i promise you this all and at some point but i do have about nine in total okay um space could at now now to a spacey thumbs negative all right okay spacewalker we don't need the space okay cosmonaut cosmonaut okay i like that one oh like it cosmo how about that i wanna cosmo that's great narrates.