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"jade jade" Discussed on The Marie Forleo Podcast

The Marie Forleo Podcast

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"jade jade" Discussed on The Marie Forleo Podcast

"Welcome to the Marie Forleo podcast the Audio version of my award winning show Murray. TV TV. Now be sure to visit. Murray four LEO DOT COM slash. Marie TV where you'll find hundreds of other episodes. Thanks for listening Hey One more thing. Do you think three words can change your life. I say they can and in fact they will whether you WANNA leave a dead end job. Bob Break an addiction learned a dance. Healer relationship grow a business master. Your money or even solve world hunger the three words you need our way for it. Everything is figure out a ball. I gotta say that little phrase has changed my life and it's the title of my new book which is about to change yours. It's available now. Also go get your copy at everything figure out DOT COM do pay. It's Marie Forleo and you are watching Marie. TV's the place to be. If you want of business and life you love and this is Cuny Tuesday and our question today comes from Jade Jade Rights Murray. I recently started working from home after being in an office. This for the past eight years. I'm twenty eight and without kids yet. I'm finding it really stressful to balance my work and my whole life. My husband helps out with the cooking and cleaning but I can't help feeling overwhelmed with the thought of taking time at my work day to do anything for myself like getting ready cleaning up last night's dishes making food or doing the laundry. When I I imagine working from home I thought I would miraculously have more time to do things so far? I feel like I'm failing because I can't seem to stick to a schedule. Do you have a foolproof list for balancing work and life. I've heard different things like waking up really early or making a calendar help but so far I've not very successful got. What can you help? Jade girl get ready for a classic. Marie smackdown let's be real here. You are twenty eight years old you got got no kids and your husband helps out with the cooking and the cleaning woman you've got it made in the shade and you just don't know it. The first thing we need to do here is give you a serious reality. Check on how you're spending your time. Here's the deal you say you feel overwhelmed at the thought of taking time to do anything for yourself like getting ready cleaning up last night dishes or making food or doing laundry. How do I see the street? Getting Ready for your day. Should take thirty a minutes tops. If you are spending more time in that in the shower girl stop it. Just stop it. I don't know what you're doing in the shower should not take you more than thirty minutes number. Two to cleaning up last night's dishes dude. I cannot believe this you need to just do your dishes right after you guys eat. We do this in my house and it's called. TCU project cleanup the moment that we're done eating we call out. Pc You out loud. Everybody at the table gets up. We take our dishes into the kitchen. We put them in the dishwasher or we wash them and it's done one in ten minutes flat simple number three with food and laundry. This should not be rocket science. There are two of you when it comes to food. You gotTa keep your house stocked with healthy items Adams like veggies and fruits and just plan your meals in advance and when it comes to laundry just do it twice a week two people should not be generating that much dirty laundry. Here's the thing Jay you said you heard that waking up early or making a calendar helps here's thing you heard right. Those things do help if you actually do that. Jade I've got good news for you. I've made a new daily work scheduled for you. If you fall for five days in a row I promise you can kiss overwhelm. The by in the by seventy eight wake up an workout eight to nine shower dress any breakfast nine to twelve thirty work at girl and don't do email twelve thirty to one. Thirty has some lunch woman. One thirty to three thirty work at girl three thirty four thirty take a break. Maybe walk away from the computer. Get some fresh air or do some random house work four to five thirty work at girl and five five thirty to six thirty replied emails. Plan your next day and close up shop. You have resistance to waking up on time or sticking to a calendar you need to use my catch a flight technique. Did you ever notice that when you need to wake up at some ungodly hour like four. Am to catch a flight. He actually do it. That proves that you were capable of waking up early and get you a calendar now. The reason that that works is because the flight time is non negotiable. That's how you need to start looking at your calendar. Calendar the start times and the Times our firm you need to stop screwing around or you're GonNa Miss Your flight to the island of success. Live is those. Oh sweet here on the island. I am even double bit than McColgan drinks. I'm so glad I came to my Boss the plane. This is your mistake j you keep saying Yeah Yeah. Keeping schedule sounds good. I should do that. And then you don't Jay you've been hanging out too long. Wish should do and mean to and they are the laziest Hamas on the planet. I should do that to mean to hang out and spread through. But's it's hard to get rid of should do 'em metoo and hang out with Doodoo you said Doodoo found doodle met with your neck. It's all good old Doodoo. Just gets it done everyday. Doodoo make sure to do what she has to do. As Aristotle said and it's a tweet readable we are what we repeatedly do excellence than is not an act but a habit aristotle jade I hope this loving yet very necessary smackdown helps please let us know how it goes now. Let's hear from when you do. You have a trip for sticking to schedule or getting things done. How do you get rid of? Should you and me to those lazy mother Hovers and make sure you do what you mean to do. I want you to share your best tips and tricks and please be specific and remember the best stuff happened after the episode over Marine Four Leo Dot Com. Please go ahead and leave a comment comment. They're like this video I did. It did subscribe and share it with your friends and of course if you want even more great resources to have a business and a life that you love because because you deserve it get your butt over to Marie Folio Dot com and sign up for email updates awesome. I always share some personal sides that I just don't put videos and you don't WanNa miss it. Stay on your game and Keith going for your dreams the world needs that special thing that only you have. Thank you so much for watching and I will see you next time on Marie TV. Thank you so much for listening in. If you're into it. Subscribe Lever View and tell your friends..

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"jade jade" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

Black Men Can't Jump

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"jade jade" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

"Dude. I'm here with my brother Christian. Hello, people might be surprised to learn this. We have the same parents say mother and father. Yeah. Our father, put the same genetic material into our mother, okay? Isn't that crazy? That's how we all start from this, like weird K explosion of, like ecstasy. And then people get like baptism will get like wrapped in pink, and it's all like dressed up fans and that we have a podcast because of that little explosion. Well, I'll tell you who stopped listening, definitely our father, probably our mother, this is a weekly show. Our weekly interview show. We're gonna be talking to actors musicians thinkers mutes. We're gonna have a lot of mutes on and mines. We're going to really get into it with mimes. We want to know how to get the most out of life really. Because as we established life is short. Yeah. And we wanna ask bigger questions like you know what's your favorite emoji? Let's say and speaking of emojis, do you believe in God, stuff like that? But our guest today is Neil, Patrick, Harris Neil, somebody that we've both known for a long time, and always had fun with nails. One of the most playful. Interesting curious people, I've ever known, and we're going to be talking a little bit about the world's drag Neil, and his husband David have a documentary coming out called wig, which is all about weak stock, which is a cultural movement, that's been happening for many years in New York. And so I hope you guys enjoy my conversation with Neil Patrick Harris. I hang out with only a door guys. Yeah. That's, that's the one requirement warming here for soon. But, but you strike me, as somebody who I, I can't imagine a Christian. I often say this that it's a rare combination to be confident and not Dushi. You, you have that. You possess that you are known by every. I mean, you're very recognized recognizable face. How does that again? Not a good thing or bad thing. I've, I'm sure that came with its own frustrations. But what were the what were the what were the bonuses of that? And what were the la- then? Yeah, yeah, I could get into clubs really in LA without any kind of fake ID, or anything did you do that? I did. Yeah. Yeah, I would flirt with drew Barrymore's mom. Oh, really? You flirt of Jade Jade to get into the club. Are you being serious super serious? No kidding. So you might did way more partying when I was nineteen and twenty then I and I had a fake ID, my friend, Chuck Comey, a good fake ID over in downtown LA fifty bucks. Very exciting. Didn't need it because I was on the TV show. I think it was like when Webster would come in. Emmanuel Lewis would be in the foreigner was like, right? It's Neil Patrick Harris over. And that side of what would let me in to think I, I didn't look like I was twenty one and tell us about thirty four right? Yeah. You were a young young looking kit. What was your fake ID name? No, as my own name. Okay. It was thunder bolt Harris so weird MD. Hey white three names. Did you ever think about just Neil hair, always another Neil Harris? Otherwise in the Screen Actors Guild. Okay to you. Speaking of the drag circuit, drag queens, inappropriate words, still track Queen clean. Yeah. Queens, gray queens. Great. I mean I say no. No, I drag for a living. But I think queens, do you remember that bar on I and I called Waikiki walis? Waikiki while he was like a Tiki bar right next door to that. Curio key drag bar called lucky Chang's. Oh, cool. Lucky Chang's in the first time I ever said, I was natural out loud was at lucky Chang's. We would go get all liquid up. You'd have zombie one of those drinks. They all the, the flaming and, and then you go through the kitchen to lucky changs, and I, I was doing a show Ed the show Ed nice, you did an episode of. And and we were all there and we hadn't been on the area. And the hostess for the show was Anita cocktail..

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"jade jade" Discussed on The Writers Panel

The Writers Panel

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"jade jade" Discussed on The Writers Panel

"I hang out with only doorbell guys. Yeah. That's that's the one requirement. It's warm in here for you soon. But, but you strike me, as somebody who I, I can't imagine a Christian. I often say this that it's rare combination to be confident and not Dushi. You know, you have that you possess that you are known by every, I mean, you very recognizable recognizable face. How does that again? Not a good thing or a bad thing. I've, I'm sure that came with its own frustrations. But what were the what were the what were the bonuses of that? And what were the event? Yeah, yeah. Like get into clubs, really in LA without any kind of fake ID, or anything did you do that? I did. Yeah, yeah, I would flirt with drew Barrymore's mom. Oh, really? You. Flirt him. Jade Jade get into the club. Are you being serious super serious kidding? So you might have way more partying when I was nineteen and twenty then I and I had a fake ID. My friend. Chuck got me a good fake ID over in downtown. LA fifty bucks. Other exciting. Didn't need it because I was on the TV show. I think it was when Webster would come in. Emmanuel Lewis webby in the corner. It was like, right. It's Neil Patrick Harris over and that side of what would let me into thinking? I, I didn't look like I was twenty one and tell us about thirty four right? Yeah. You're young young looking kit. What was your fake ID name? No, as my own name. Okay. It was thunder bolt Harris so weird MD pay. Why three names, did you ever think about just Neil hair, always another? Neil Harris otherwise in the Screen Actors Guild. Okay. Speaking of the drag circuit, drag queens, inappropriate words, still try Queen clean. Yeah. Queens, gray queens. Great. I mean I say no. Drag for a living. But I think queens, do you remember that bar on I and I called Waikiki walis? Oh, why can't you always was like a Tiki bar right next door to that? Curio key drag bar called lucky Chang's. Oh, cool. Lucky Chang's in the first time I ever said, I was an actor out loud was at lucky Chang's. We would go cool to get all liquid up. You'd have ambi- one of those drinks, they all the, the flaming and, and then you go through the kitchen to lucky changs, and I, I was doing a show Ed the show Ed nice, you episode of. And and we were all there and we hadn't been on the area. And the hostess for the show was Anita cocktail, and she was just surly, and fierce and I signed up, and I went up to sing, and she was cute, Honey. What's your name? And I said, it's, it's Justin she goes and what do you do for a living? And I said, well, and I looked at my cast mates. And I was like, I'm an actor. And she goes so am idea. I'm an actress what restaurant you work. And I thought, well, you know, I don't work at a restaurant in. I'm actually an actor just an actor. And she goes, yeah. And where do you where else do you work? And I said, I got really nervous, and she said, you know what I've a friend who refuses to say that he he's an actor and refuses to say what barista in works, and I'm an actress and I worked here and I'm proud of it, and you should be too, which taunts me the microphone. It's a great introduction. And I just go Russia chess is a. Always been interested just staring daggers, but okay, quick question. The speaking short. Yeah. DVD. What is your most commonly used emoji on your phone? Oh, probably the, the rose emoji, my mother. And I when we text each other always end with a double rose or multiple roses. It's just like our sort of thing. And also, the, the eggplant and reward Trump said, and you get the cherries in front of that, and you got the whole package or peach, peach..

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"jade jade" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"jade jade" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Dude. I'm here with my brother Christian. Hello, people might be surprised to learn this. We have the same parents say mother and father. Yeah. Our father put the same genetic material into our mother, okay. Isn't that crazy? That's how we all start from this like weird explosion of like ecstasy. And then people get like that. Tis Mwale get wrapped in pink. And it's all like dressed up fancy, but it starts like sweaty aggressive, so sacred anointing these little babies with oil, and it all started with like. Oh, and that's how we're here America. And that we've applied cast because of that little explosion. Well, I'll tell you who stopped listening definitely our father, probably our mother. This is a weekly show a weekly interview show for gonna be talking to actors musicians thinkers mutes we're gonna have a lot of mutes on. It's going to really get into it with mimes. We wanna know how they get the most out of life really because as we established life is short. Yeah. And we wanna ask bigger questions. Like, you know, what's your favorite emoji? Let's say and speaking of emojis, do you believe in God stuff like that? But our guest today is Neil, Patrick Harris. Neil somebody that we both known for a long time and always had fun with nails one of the most playful interesting curious people I've ever known, and we're gonna be talking a little bit about the world drag Neil and his husband David have a documentary coming out called wig, which is all about weak stock, which is a cultural movement that's been happening for many years in New York. And so I hope you guys enjoy my conversation with Neil, Patrick, Harris. I hang out with only a door guys. Yeah. That's that's the one requirement warming here. But but you strike me as somebody who I can't imagine a Christian. I often say that it's a rare combination to be confident and not Dushi, Dino, you have that you possess that you are known by every I mean, you're very recognized recognizable face. How does that again? Not a good thing. Bad thing. I've I'm sure that came with its own frustrations. But what were the what were the what were the bonuses of that? And what were the Luneta then? Yeah. Yeah. I could get into clubs really in LA without any kind of fake ID or anything. And did you do that? I did. Yeah. Yeah. I would flirt with drew Barrymore's. Mom. A really you flew Jade Jade head into the club. Are you being serious super serious kidding? Yeah. So you might way more partying when I was nineteen and twenty then I and I had a fake ID, my friend Chuck got me a good fake ID over in downtown LA, fifty bucks. Very exciting didn't need it. Because I was get on the TV show. I think it was like when Webster would come in manual Lewis would be in the corner. Like Neil, Patrick Harris over and that side would let me in to think. I I didn't look like I was twenty one and tell us about thirty four right. Yeah. You're young young looking kit. What was your fake ID name? No as my own name. Okay. Thunderball Harris, so weird MD pay white three names. Did you ever think about just Neil hair? Another Neil Harris in the Screen Actors Guild. Okay to you. Speaking of the drag circuit, drag queens, inappropriate words, still track Queen clean. Yeah. Please. Great queens. Great. I mean, I say like, no. No one drag for a living. But I think queens to remember that bar on I and I called Waikiki walleyes. Why can't you always a Tiki bar, right? Next door to that Curio drag bar called lucky Chang's. Oh, cool. Lucky Chang's in the first time I ever said, I was an act out loud was at lucky Chang's. We would go get all liquor up you'd have zombie one of those drinks, they all the the flaming..

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"jade jade" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

11:56 min | 1 year ago

"jade jade" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"In our business that you would lose sleep because you were worried that oh my gosh. What am I going to talk about on the next show? Would be laying there going. Oh, maybe I could just talk about something random. I'll just you know, all bring up something that happened in in my life and talk about it for five hours note. Remember when when I first got into talk radio years ago. Uh-huh. Because there weren't a lot of topics because we didn't have social media and things didn't move webs. Yeah. Internet. Yeah. Or the internet yet ex. Well, that's great. That's what came first chicken or the. Yeah. Right. The internet came before social media. Thank you. Thank you for the correction or or the the the additional information. Right. Thank you for the additional information that it was before the before social media. Existed out there. There used to be talk show questions. People used to come talk show questions. I remember one that everybody used to joke. If you've got nothing to talk about ask the question toilet paper. Over under over or under that actually was a talk show topic in early talk radio. Just so people know. Yeah. And I'm by the way, I never asked a question. I don't know if you ever did. I never ask that question. No, I didn't. I I do have the debate with my lovely bride about every once in a while. But no other than that. But no not now, it's and you are having this discussion about the the fact that if you're talk show host today, it's almost it is almost impossible. Because of how fast news moves to take a day off like I'm gonna take a day off and not pay attention. Maybe if you're out somewhere in in Bora Bora. No because Bora Bora has wifi. So forget about it who doesn't have five. Why as I don't care where you go. You're going to you're if you've got a phone you're going to be able to keep up with the the news. And maybe if you're out in the northwest. All right. You've decided I'm going to take vacation to the northwest. Territories. Or I'm going to go way way up in Alaska. Okay. You're going to be dead. You're not going to be able to get any type of cell signal. There's one area of Colorado that I go to and you don't have it's it's very spotty in terms of service. You have to go very specific area. But other than that, right? When you get back down to the cabin area. It's going Engels rural areas or at my house. You can't get a cell signal. The one place you need it. But if you're talk show host today, and I and I was telling you when I when I woke up because when I woke up to go to work, I already had a message from a friend of mine friend of mine Kelly sent me a message, and it was how did the New York Times get Trump's taxes, right, right? And I'm thinking to myself. And so I I didn't even know I said, well, let me answer. And I figured okay. There's got to be a huge story out there. What did I miss when I was when I was sleeping. And so I said, well, somebody must have got it. I'm gonna get to legally and leaked it. Well, I should have sent her that because it was actually wrong that isn't what happened. We'll get to what happened here in just a couple of moments. But then I started going through social media, but even Twitter locally was useless. Because of the one game that the Dallas Stars were involved with with the Saint Louis blues, and it was dominated. So I even went to the drudge report, and they didn't have the headline up yet. And and and so I can't remember where I found it can't even tell you where I found it. But I finally found the the the first story wasn't even in the New York Times. It was the one of the Seattle newspapers that reprinted what the New York Times had. And then I then I found out I go, well, this isn't the eighties. Well, there's nothing new here. And I just went. Wow. This is it and as I told you I came in. I said this story is going to be dead by by Friday. Yeah. It's you know, so they got some copies of tax returns from eighty five to ninety four right? And a lot of it is what we already knew at the time did not actually have the president's tax returns received. The information contained in the returns from someone who had legal access to it. The times was unable to find matching results in the IRS information on top earners a publicly available database that each year. Comprises a one third sampling of those tax payers with identifying details removed. It also confirmed significant findings using other public documents along with confidential Trump family tax and financial records from the newspapers two thousand eighteen investigation into the origin of the president's wealth. Yeah. I said tax returns. That's it. Wasn't copies. It was copies. Of other paperwork right related to his. Yes. Yes. So you know, that that's that's how they got it. But we'll get we'll get to more specifics on that. Also coming up here in the show today and China agrees to resume the US trade talks a heft to ask this question. Again. It's just gut feeling, you know, the president tweeted out the other day, you know, about China and the tariffs. But then really he went. We went pretty quiet until on it. It's almost as if there's an I could be completely wrong. We've talked about this before we've talked about at times, the president has been extremely disciplined on social media during the whole debate on the wall, for example, he became much more disciplined. And we were like, wow, this is really interesting. But it seems like just with this whole China thing. He tweeted up tweeted it out. And then when quiet, and then it seems like negotiations are going on not in the in the public eye and now China is back to the. You know to the negotiating table again. They've they've agreed to come back and the United States wants to know, the the president the White House negotiators wanna know. Okay. What laws? Do you have to change? They they wanna know. Okay. What laws shift to change? Let's get this thing moving. Are you are you Bs or will there be a delay because of the laws that you have to change on it and have given the message to the Chinese look if you can if you can give us information that is that is truthful, and honest, they they might delay the the tariffs on Friday. Now, the other thing is as I've read the can't institute the tariffs on Friday because you have to give notice apparently to American manufacturers and things when this happens. So you may start the process on Friday, but it doesn't begin on on on Friday. But I just wondered president just on this issue, and is is a little bit more disciplined on. On on on Twitter because maybe in the past would have been an everyday thing tweets about China. And then tweets ten times more over the next couple of days about how the Chinese aren't going to rip us off. And that really didn't happen. Well, and they're obviously trying to get China back to that original agreement. We we learn that from lighthizer end from the Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin of the last couple of days, and they're still as far as I know is is plans to resume the talks on Thursday instead of Wednesday and also on Friday. So are they just asking the president? All right. Don't say anything publicly about it. Because we may be back. We may be back to the the original agreement or have maybe we've come to a new agreement or something like that. I'm not sure if that happened or not, but we'll see I they they seem we have to keep in mind. They seem pretty certain lighthizer and Mnuchin seemed pretty certain that. That those terrace would would, you know, be implimented, which means they weren't confident at least on Monday that they would reach an agreement with China this week. Maybe that changed other news up there. Fifty seven percent of Democrats. This is after the mullahs report. This is the last couple of days from Rasmussen believe President Trump is guilty of treason. Now, the interesting thing about this is forty percent. Of those polled. I ought to check to see whether it's likely voters because this is likely voters, which Rasmussen usually does this is amazing because if you just took everybody, it probably would be a lot a lot higher this number. But of those polled forty percent, no idea William bars. You'd be amazed. I forgot the percentage of didn't even know who Muller was no idea who Muller's. Yeah. But fifty seven percent of Democrats still believe that that Trump committed treason, there is no evidence zero evidence you and I are waiting for that poll to come out again, which was taken three times over the last two years. Believe was the economist Yuga poll, I believe that was did it that asked the question or where you had a was over sixty percent. Every single poll of Democrats believe that the Russians actually hacked into the election machines. No story ever even written on that never happened. Right. There's no story that's out there on it. But when they continued as we said when that the the question the general allegation of the question that existed because it wasn't even an allegation. It was an allegation question. Did Trump did Trump collude with the Russians to hack the election? You say it enough, and it becomes in people's minds, especially Democrats mines Trump colluded with the Russians to hack the election. So you had at one point you had almost seventy percent of Democrats believed that the Russians actually hacked into the election machines. That was never a story that said the Russians hacked the election machines, for example, New York is upset about it because it was hacked into by the election about by the by the Russians yet, they still believe it, even after the Muller reporting fifty seven percent of Democrats believe the Trump comed- committed treason Thurs zero evidence of that there's not even an allegation of that of what that specific treason would be. That's that is why we have said before and people have you know, when we have said, look, the the the goal is to is to convince independence because there are people. There are people on the democrat side that just will continue to be deluded. The they'll be full of delusion is what they are. They just they they're going to believe what they wanna believe truthful or not. And you're not going to be able to stop them from doing it. And that's. What it shows and that should be worrisome that any American. I don't care what your political stripe is believes in something. That is just absolutely not true. I'm not surprised because we live in a day and age, and I've sat here how many conspiracy theories. Did we go through right? How many conspiracies are how many call up and say, well, you never know Bush might have been responsible for the for the World Trade Center bombings, we dealt with. What was it? Jade Jade helm. But. Yeah. Right. Jason tatum. Twenty fifteen was fifteen. Yeah. We we dealt with that for how long we dealt. Remember, the Emeril? The the the United States. There's a secret plan to have a secret currency, the Amarah that would be the currency of the United States, Mexico, and and Canada, and they're doing it in secret..

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"jade jade" Discussed on What's Good Games

What's Good Games

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"jade jade" Discussed on What's Good Games

"Sixty frames per second game play the requirements for the service are detailed an interview with did. And they said we use less than that. But that's put a recommended limit. And then to get to when we launched we will be able to get four K, but only raise that band with about thirty megabits per second. That's a pretty intense internet speed with average speeds across the United States being fifteen to twenty megabits obviously, there are some areas that have better access like I'm one of the lucky few that has access to fiber here at the what's game studio in the bay area. So I can get a thousand megabits per second. That is an anomaly right same. Most people are paying for around ten to twenty megabits per second. I mean think about how much we travel. If you've been in an as many hotel wifi joins is I have like it's usually like to to five if you're looking real bet. But that just means you're not playing in four K. Right. You're playing you're playing at a lower recipes. The twenty five. So I mean, not every game is at ten eighty p for the most part if you're playing a video game you expect it to be attended p now. So I had tweeted, of course, Google was going to bring the goods when it comes to tack. Of course, they're going to support for k sixty France for second because who's launching a new gaming platform that doesn't right, but. Ten is doing their own thing. You can do is they want right? So I think intendo is a good example of how something like stadium could work by not necessarily going on trend. But I think where I'm concerned as an intendo has come from decades of established first party software in their first party softwares. What sells their hardware through and through every generation that Nintendo. See success is because people love Mario people love smash brothers people love Zelda. Right. And and so I think in Pok Mon right animal crossing exactly we could we keep going because they have such a amazing collection in the library of software. And that's what Google is missing. And obviously they've brought Jade on to head up the studio Meghan. What do you think about Jade and her position in what she can bring to the table for stadium? I mean, Jade Jade is a game maker. She started her curse. A programmer you just call it stadium. Sit stadia, oh, I thought you said stadium. Well, I mean the word as if I was mumbling. I apologize. A tip jar. Whenever one of us calls it by the wrong name or stadium that we put something in. That's all I'm saying so strict when for Andrea I said Sadia, it might have been mumbled. I wasn't paying attention. Okay. Thank you. Dog in this race? So J J is seasons game developer, and she has been wanting to make games her entire career. So she's going to take this and run with it and make everyone proud. I don't really know. What else to say? I don't know any. I didn't know she was going to Google until everyone else did. And I think that she's gonna do some pretty exciting stuff with your history. Knowing so many game makers and game developers. How long do you think is going to be with j just really coming into this role before something that she has really kind of pushed across the finish line is actually going to be playable. I mean, three years like a minimum. Yeah. Yeah. Three years. So it'll be interesting to see what Google does with their partners because if they are going to launch a sphere, which they said they are targeting twenty nineteen for launch. They clearly have to come at with third-party partnerships Steiner. Do you see particular developer or publisher that is more poised to want to work with Google? Google lots of money. Make your rain on everybody. I mean, they've also everyone working for them are seasoned game developers. Phil Harrison, John, Trenton, all these people buying the scenes are people that you've known for years. I mean, Jackie's, okay. Sure. That sounds right. You know, they have contacts they have, you know, they're they're not gonna have any problem. That's true. I've just heard some rumblings..

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"jade jade" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"jade jade" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"This is eighty I'm now looking at like, I just looked up. I typed into Google hipster baby girl. These totally dog named plummeted time. Oh my gosh. I can totally see clementine those guesses. I know that she was like she didn't want to know. And she was our Instagram looking for gender neutral. One of those. Maybe it'd be like a gender neutral name like. Sage or math. That's pretty. Well, sage was actually RS has a baby boy named sage I'm like, well, I can see him girls. Girl's name. Yeah. So I didn't know we had a we are has a kid to river. Yeah. That's all. I could see. All right. So she could name Ari. And I was like, oh, maybe it can be like, Andy. Oh like Romney. Yeah. Something like Jessica Simpson has a daughter named Maxwell could see something like that. Or Charlie Charlie. That's an knifer. Yeah. This gender neutral thing. I feel like it's probably going to be that. So all right. Any other guesses? None. Congrats to the mama. Yes. Very exciting. Choose so cute out her pregnancy. Follow. Yeah. She looked really good. I refused to let anyone take pictures of his I feel beached whale. So even though I have not gained that much because I was throwing up the first like month. So. It's not. Sound fun at all. It's calmed down. Now a little bit. And I definitely just I'm not interested in like people like touching by stomach or, you know, just like posing casually with like my hand in the thanks. Yeah. It's a strain on my style. You weren't meant to be a cargo influencer. Unfortunately, not. Could have made some money. But no. And speaking of Prego influencers sort of mentioned briefly, but just Jade Jade and Tanner are putting Jay in front of all my words. Now Janner is having the as well because I forgot what they're they're Instagram or they're like couple. Yes. Now, they are like influencers of the baby variety assure totally sort of cave the way they've sort of roped Carleen Evan into that. And then now, actually I and Jared are like already doing it. Yeah. But they're not like I mean there nightmare yet. They're still like the engaged couple. But like, they she just started using that what's that bracelet called that actually? Where you like track your fertility? And like there's only post of like Ashley being like, we're not there yet. But Jade does it. So it's like Thai. Yeah. I can tell like even use it at any point. You don't just have to trying to have just you know. It's like funny like she's wearing it. And Jared is like oh shocked face. Yeah. No. I can always already predict like a year down the road. They'll be the next June Tanner are really cute family. So I'm I feel like they're whatever they have will be just another cue little edition. Yes. So they're Amy girls named Emerson. So how do you feel about that? Yeah. How'd you feel about that as a baby name? Name isn't it? I thought so too gender neutral. I guess I guess it is. Yeah. I mean, I I mean, call her EMMY, that's like all I've ever heard. So yeah. Yeah. That's pretty cute. Yeah. So we don't know what they're having yet still early, and they just announced it so something to watch. I'm sure they'll do like a gender revealed do a gender reveal. No, I my so excited to do like the announcement and has during the point where I was like bed ridden unable to get up and unable to mood like just totally like out of it had no personality at all. And I just it was not anything that I was interested and even thinking about so it's like, you do it everyone you announce it. However, you want nuts. And then we found out the baby after he announced it the the sex after we announced it. So I wasn't really interested in like a big thing during Apollo sister was his sister was like incense. She really was like I wanted to do it. And I was like well when you have a child, so right? Exactly. And I don't think they had announced this new story about gender Revilla's on is at that point. So I mean all to do right? Look, they look really gross. But. I don't know if lasagna's maybe like top of the list of like pregnancy cravings..

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"jade jade" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

16:52 min | 2 years ago

"jade jade" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"And we're back Christina with us. Where did you go Christina? How have your daughters handled all of this? Dads. So young was actually very devastating traumatic. It was it was actually hard for them to understand imagine a four year old and a six year old saying I wanna see my daddy. Daddy. Where's daddy? That's exactly what it was. And and I tried to explain it to them. And I have to tell you this story. My four year old when I told her I said, Honey daddy. Died in t-. You know, he's not gonna be with us here like this anymore. And she didn't around me. Mommy doesn't mean that he gets to see now everything I do. Concerned that he was going to seal the things that she didn't want him to see. So he was I smiled in the deer is. And when you're young you process buffet differently in my six year old literally cried going up, she knew immediately. When she's shown me come home. I told her that when I was to come home, and means that daddy was gone and. Two year difference between the four year old and a six year old. And it's a very different processing him. Did. He have a history of colon cancer in his family. Good question. For everyone listening get your colonoscopy as he did not. And she was, you know, having bad pain and bleeding, and he we used to live in the bay area Silicon Valley he had a big job. He went to the doctor and because he was so young. So he was diagnosed with stage four thirty one. She went to the doctor on twenty nine years old thirty unbelievable. I know I know Georgia. It was it was. Like a car accident game into Kim. It's just like the was was he a heavy meat eater. No, I would say he likes steak by Denmark. Danish healthy people good lifestyle. He was. He was six foot four couple of hundred pounds. Not not overweight smoke. He had a cigar here. And there. And and the doctor when you first went he said, you really have IBS it will borrow both syndrome. There's nothing wrong with US anymore. And and we could have saved him diagnosed. Was so young right? He was so young colon cancer happens to your partly over fifty right? But I think it was meant to be like George was there a point Christina were you were angry. Very good questions while you're still good. Oh what you do. I was so angry. I was jealous. I was angry and bitter towards older other young mothers and fathers families were around me. I don't with two little girls Innova affluent and proper community. And I felt like I was sticking out and standing out, and everyone was talking about me and the world was unfair. And why did this happen to us, basically? Yes. Of course. When you went to school functions or was it was tough for you. It was oh my goodness. You know, it it was all the dads. There. People didn't know what to say they kept away. And this is why do I do this? Why people go McGriff educator because a belief? There's another way to do this. There's another way to live in grave, and there's another way to talk about loss talk about life after loss and talk about death and talk about all of these things that we're talking about today. There's nothing wrong with it. It is it is normal, and it is real. And and when I say that I don't think that Israel believe this. I believe I believe with all my heart. And I think scientists believe it to physicist the world that we live in the energy that we have surrounded by. The. Pure, you know, empty space where we're all whole Graham. Well, let's take some calls here for you. This hour is gonna fly by Christina. Yes. Go to our first time. Caller Jade in Bowie in Hawaii. Hi jade. Go ahead. Hi, hi, George Noory. I'm a first time caller longtime listener, and I really appreciate you having the guest. And I I'm sorry. I just caught the tail end of most of the conversation the last hour that Christina. I agree with a lot of things that you say about grief, and and things I lost. My parents recently. I had my my dad passed in two thousand and sixteen and my mom just passed recently and last year December, and I'm still grieving for both of them a lot. And I just wondered how easy is it really to to communicate with them or to. I kinda missed what you were saying about it. But does it touch touch bases with them? Dreams. A lot about 'em. You know, but I don't know if that's really a communication or more of just my own grief processing. Who's the initiator Christina who's the initiator for the visitation the dying or the living? The dying actually tried to connect with us as much as they can. But sometimes they can't get through. But imagine if we actually also reached out to them, and we all think the the channel and the connection it is much easier for them to do. So so I would highly recommend to the easiest thing. An and and without even getting the book or going through the process, they would be to completely going to quiet place, close your eyes shut down everything around you. So no other external noise as and ask a question, and you will get an answer. You will get an answer. And you have to try the answer that it's coming from them. It is very rare that I hear people say I didn't receive anything. I didn't get an and also J Jade Jade at what tell me about a dream that you feel and hope Georgia's rookie for me to ask this question. You feel was really real. And you felt like you. So is so your person he felt that he was it was not just a regular green. Did you ever have a dream like that Jade, well, I've I've been having a few of them somewhere. My dad comes back, and he he he's angry because he has you know, he had Alzheimer's when he passed, and he's like, why didn't you take better care of me? And I'm thinking, oh my gosh. Did I you know for eleven and a half years for both of them kind of total. You know, and my mom just recently came back in another dream where I'm arguing with my sister, and my dad's for surprisingly is there, and you know, saying that hey, you know, I can't keep doing this. How long do you think, you know, mom can keep living like this? And then my mom, she wasn't as sick as she was when she passed, but she was still kind of a little bit healthier. You know before before when she first got diagnosed with bone, cancer and. You know, it just like. It seems so real to me. But then I'm thinking is it my guilt is it my what is it that? If it's holding me back from figuring it out or connecting with them. 'cause you know, my dad he he came back and visited me about two weeks after he passed. Spirit. I he was in the house. He was here for about three months in their house, and we interred him at the veteran's cemetery, and and everything got quiet. But when my mom died, I don't have any visitation. I don't know. I just I I still think these weird games that I have I I I don't know if it's just the guilt of caregiving that I didn't do enough. What do you want to say to them? Or do you want to tell them? Great. I loved him very much. I think they know that Jade, I think they know that they do. We'll take a few more callers. But thank you Jade for showing. They do know that and keep telling them. Gets emotional for people, Christina it is it's it's it's devastating. George is devastating and there's so much guilt. Sometimes and we carry that with us, and it is not something we need to carry Kenneth soul separate into several entities. And let me explain what I mean by that canon one reincarnate relatively soon after it has left the other body and to even though it's reincarnated can't part of that spirit. Still come back and visit the loved ones. The so it's just it's not either. Or you think it could the kid the split itself, basic, I think, you know, from where we project this whole hour. I don't, you know, our spirit soul, energy, whatever you wanna call it lives. There is there and it could be leaving another life in another universe. Embiid education. The beginning of says, you know, I hope he oh, my husband leaves in many universities, any people he loves, you know, an essay these fully I believe that we do donate. But also, he's consciousness in part of of of keys Essen is also present here when we need him to be and for Jade, and for those of you for the people out there who who are having dreams or or have, you know, the the the care you carry gilt within you just know that I need to express that as if they can hear you because they can and second of all they know how much you love them. And they understand how much you've done for them. I I know this to be true Bob in Missouri taken away. Robert, go ahead. Hi, george. It has to do with unfinished business here. Why they would be are still around good point and my wife passed with cancer and. A little over a year. She rogue with me in my truck. It sounds a little odd. But they get stage forty four. She said I'm too young to die. You got to do something. And. Pretty heavy for one person to bear bait. Anyway. Unfinished business. She was always worried about the kids because there were three of hers one of mine. Families you will and. The day that her spirit was pulled up out of my track. She landed in my track that she would go from. I try to work kids down in Tennessee. And. Gee. I'm so cold, and I'm tired, and I'm so cold. I turn the heat up, and I put my coat on eight. Oh. And so my Linda about halfway down and g. Basically said out loud that I'm not ready yet. And I happen to my window, and I looked like an oversized sled. Made out of clouds almost like had bars on it. And it was like I heard screams of thousands of people. And she was like, no, I'm not, and I look back, and Chuck was empty and at that very moment. So the cloud has gone. Thank you. Appreciate that. That's a pretty good story. Of everything that you have gone through. Have you ever witnessed the god-like figure? The only time I've witnessed that god-like figure. Wasn't that dream that I mentioned in the beginning of our chat. They she came into my drink, and it was very vivid invade real and God was walking by my side. And I could see myself and God from behind. And she got my hand. Instead, I'll tell you. I'm about to take into a new direction. And it was extraordinary. An incredible. I believe there is a higher power and higher intelligence. I a higher observer because of the observer effect, I'm sure, you know, Georgie Nola about the observer effect. The first creator, the creator who created everything was one. I believe there is that divinity and higher power. And I think we're all connected to that believe that now religions try to talk about God and a higher power in different ways. But I believe there's only one higher consciousness. Let's go to war. One of our many friends of the show. Let's go to Barry in rock hill, South Carolina, high bear Hello. George old buddy o Paulo friend of mine. Yes. I am. How great show tonight and Krisztina I've just got to tell you lady for and I sympathize because I went through almost exact same situation you, but it was with my dad instead of my husband sorry. Yeah. He was only fifty six and cancer. And he told me before he took his own life. The the pain has been so bad, and he spent ninety one straight days in the house Bill, and he said, very I don't think I can go back if they make me I'm going on myself. But I'm looking forward to those side because as a golf course out there that I have played yet. I can't wait. Telling you, George it was so up lifting that there are now don't don't want to die. But I have no fear of dying. Because that is why after earth not life after death. It's why on earth, and we do get a new conscious, and what you said before the last break is absolutely true. So leaves the human flesh body and moved into a different type of mentioned, we don't know doesn't want to know and Wacker where there we don't remember being here. That's right. That's so true berry. Thanks. I always a pleasure. My friend. Good guy. Good guy. You're not a medium. No. But, but can you communicate with other spirits or just your own family, George? I'm I'm actually glad you've asked this question. I got a million of them. Oh, my so I'm gonna I'm gonna be bold and say this. So when I started writing this book and opening these gateway and portal, and creating these steps and going into the deeper dimensions all of a sudden, George, and I don't know why I wasn't expecting this. But I was not expecting it. And did not want it. I had my first experience all the someone. And actually, I'm not gonna say his name because I never shared. He's name with family members. But he was a nineteen year old kid. The Tony's name told me how he was and literally walk me up and wanted to talk. And I said, no, why did you say, no, George? I know I feel so bad about this happened with others. And again, and here it is George. And I'm people have written to music, Christina so many people when I have this. And I'm like, I don't think they understand what it is. It is it is. And it is an experience that for for a normal logical person who's vague rounded, a very grounded person in science, and and I went understand the other dimensions. And and and I believe that we go somewhere after we die. But when this happens so directly each shook me, George and it happened again. And again, and again, and it was intense. It is clear that these people have passed, and they wanna talk to me, and I'm absolutely more open to it. But I created this this this this process in this gateway in this bridge and this portal, so everyone these folks, and I'm telling them you don't have to come to me anymore. You can go and talk directly to your person. And do it yourself. We're gonna come back in a moment, Christina and take final phone calls with you the name of the book that just came. Where did you go? George Noory here. Back in a moment on.

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"jade jade" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

15:08 min | 2 years ago

"jade jade" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The next, Sean and Frank political consultant Dick Morris joins us to talk about what the president should do with the Democrats controlling the house live at five Tuesday morning on talkradio six eighty WCBS, and we're back Christina Rasmussen with us where did you go Christina? How have your daughters handled all of this? Well, their dads. So young was actually they very devastating traumatic eighty it was it was actually hard for them to understand imagine a four year old and a six year old city. You know, saying I wanna see my daddy narrows. Daddy. Where's daddy? Yeah. That's what that's exactly what it was. And and I tried to explain it to them. And I have to tell you this fake story. My four year old when told her I said, Honey daddy. Died, and you know, he's not gonna be with us here like this anymore. And she didn't around me. Mommy doesn't mean that he gets to see now everything I do. He was concerned that he was going to see all the things that she didn't want him to see. So he was I smiled in the deers. And when you're young you process differently in my six year old literally cried going up deers. She knew we meet anyone's who's shown me come home. I had told her that when I was to come home, and means that daddy was gone and devastated just two year difference between the four year old and a six year old. And it's a very different, you know, processing the loss of him. Did he have a history of colon cancer and his family? Yeah. That's a very good question. For everyone listening, get your these. He did not. And she was, you know, having back pain and bleeding, and he we used to live in the bay area Silicon Valley he had a big job. He went to the doctor and because she was so young. So he was diagnosed with stage four thirty one. She went to the doctor around twenty nine years old thirty unbelievable. I know I know Georgia was it was like a car accident like game and took him. Just like the was was he a heavy meat eater. You know, I would say he likes steak, but he grew up in Denmark was Danish, you know, healthy people good lifestyle. He was he was six foot four a couple of hundred pounds. Not not overweight smoke. No. He had a cigar here and there, and and the doctor when she first went he said, you you probably have IBS it'll borrow bowel syndrome. There's nothing wrong with you and sent him home. And and we could have saved him diagnosed him he was so young right? He was so young colon cancer happens to your partly over fifty right? But I think it was meant to be like this George was there a point Christina were you were angry. George you have vague questions while you're still good. Or would you do? I was so angry. I was jealous. I was angry and bitter doors all the other young mothers and fathers families were around me. I was we don't with two little girls in a very affluent and proper a community. And I felt like I was sticking out and standing out and everyone was talking about me and hold the world was unfair. And why did they happen to us, basically? Yes. Of course. I bet when you went to school functions. It was it was tough for you. It was it was oh my goodness. You know, it it was all the dads. There. People didn't know what to say that kept away. And this is why do what I do. This is why you know, people call McGriff educator because I believe there's another way to do this. There's another way to live in grieve. And there's another way to talk about loss talk about life after loss and talk about that. And talk about all of these things that we're talking about today. There's nothing wrong with it. It is it is normal, and it is real. And and when I say that I don't think that Israel believe this. I believe with all of my heart. And I think scientists believe it to physicists the world that we live in the energy that we are surrounded by the you know. Pure, you know, empty space where we're all hologram. Let's take some calls here for you. This hour is gonna fly by Christina. Let's go to our first time caller Jade in Maui in Hawaii. Hi jade. Go ahead. Hi, hi, George Noory. I'm a first time caller longtime listener, and I really appreciate you. Thank you. As a guest. And I I'm sorry. I just caught the tail end of most of the conversation the last hour that Christina. I agree with a lot of things that you say about grief, and and things I I've lost my parents recently. I had my my dad passed in two thousand and sixteen and my mom just passed recently. And. Last year December and I'm still grieving for both of them a lot. And I just wondered how easy is it really to to communicate with them or or two. I kinda missed what you were saying about it. But does it touch touch bases with them? The dreams a lot about 'em. You know, but I don't know if that's really a communication or more of just my own grief processing, who's the initiator Christina who's the initiator for the visitation the dying or the living the the dying actually tried to connect with us as much as they can. But sometimes they can't get through. But imagine if we actually also reached out to them, and we opened the channel and the connection it is much easier for them to do. So so I would highly recommend to the easiest thing. And and and without even getting the book or going through the process, they just they would be to completely go in a quiet place. Close your eyes shut down everything around you. So no other external noise as and ask a question. And would you will get an answer? You will get an answer. And you have to trust that answer that he's coming from them. It is very rare that I hear people say I didn't receive anything. I didn't get an and also is it Jay Jade Jade at what kind tell me about a dream that you feel and I hope he's Georgia's. Okay for me to ask this question. Green. They you feel was really real. And you felt like you. So is so your person you felt that he was it was not just the regulatory. Did you ever have a dream like that Jade, well, I've been having a few of them somewhere. My dad comes back, and he he he's angry because he has you know, he had Alzheimer's when he passed, and he's like, why didn't you take better care of me? And I'm thinking, oh my gosh. Didn't I you for eleven and a half years for both of them kind of total. You know, and and my mom just recently came back in another dream where I'm arguing with my sister, and my dad's for surprisingly is there, and you know, saying that hey, you know, I can't keep doing this. How long do you think, you know, mom can keep living like this? And then my mom, she wasn't as sick as she was when she passed, but she was still kind of a little bit healthier. You know before before when she first got Di. Diagnosed with bone cancer and. Well, you know, just like. It seems so real to me. But then I'm thinking is it my guilt? Is it my you know, what is it that? Know if it's holding me back from figuring it out or connecting with them. 'cause you know, my dad he he came back and visited me about two weeks after he passed his spirit. I he was in the house was here for about three months in their house. And he we interred him at the veteran's cemetery, and he and everything got quiet. But when my mom died, I don't have any visitation. I don't know. I just I still think these weird games that I have I I I don't know if it's just the guilt of caregiving that I didn't do enough. What do you wanna say to them? Know, if they're okay. What do you wanna tell them Jade? That has helped him very much. I think they know that Jade, I think they know that they do. We'll take a few more callers. Thank you Jade for sure. And they do know that and keep telling them. Gets emotional for people Christina it is. It's very it's it's it's devastating. George is devastating and there's so much guilt. Sometimes and we carry that with us, and it is not something we need to carry Kenneth Kenneth soul separate into several entities. And let me explain what I mean by that at one reincarnate relatively soon after it has left the other body and to even though it's reincarnated can't part of that spirit. Still come back and visit the loved ones that you. So it's just it's not either or you you think it could the split itself basic. Yes, I think that, you know, from where we project these hologram, our, you know, our spirit soul, energy, whatever you wanna call it lives there east there, and it could be leaving another life. In another universe investigation. The beginning of says, you know, I hope he oh my husband lives in many, universities people. He loves, you know, an essay fully, I believe that we do reincarnate. But also, he's consciousness in part of of keys. Essence is also present here when we need him to be and for Jade, and for those of you for the people out there who who are having dreams, or or have, you know, they they care you carry guild within you just know that I need to express that as if they can hear you because they can and second of all they know how much you love them. And they understand how much you've done for them. I I know this to be true Bob in Missouri taken away. Robert, go ahead. Hi, George, Bob. It has to do with unfinished business. Yeah. And it's why they would be are still around good point. And my second wife passed with cancer and for a little over a year. She rode with me in my truck. It sounds a little odd that at that stage at the age of forty four. She like the man said, I'm younger die. You've got to do something. And. That's pretty heavy for one person to bear bait. Anyway. On the unfinished business. Worried about the kids because there were three of hers one of mine. Families you will and. The day that her spirit was pulled up out of my head. She landed in my track from my trip to work kids were at down in Tennessee. And. I'm so cold, and I'm tired. I'm so cold. I turn the heat up and put my coat on tape so comfortable for and so my Linda about halfway down. And she basically said out loud that I'm not ready yet. And I happened to out of my window, and it looked like an oversized sled. Made out of clouds almost like had bars on it. And it was like I heard screams of thousands of people. And she was like, no, I'm not, and I look back and the truck was empty and say at that very moment, so cloudy. It was gone. That's all right. Thank you. That's a pretty good story. Of everything that you have gone through. Have you ever witnessed the god-like figure? Torch. The only time I've witnessed that god-like figure was that dream that I mentioned in the beginning of our chat that he came into my drink, and he was very vivid in variable and God was walking by my side. And I could see myself and God from behind. And she thrived my hand. And instead, I'll take I'm about to take into a new direction. And it was extraordinary and incredible. I believe there is a higher power hiring. I call a higher observer because of the observer effect, I'm sure, you know, George, you know, all about the observer effect, and the the the first creator, the creator who created everything was one I believe that divinity and higher power. And I think we're all connected to that believe in that. Now religions try to talk about Gaden and the higher power in different ways. But I believe there's only one higher consciousness. Let's go to one of our many friends of the show. Let's go to bury in rock hill, South Carolina, high bear Hello. Joel Joel buddy o Paulo friend of mine. Yes. I am. How great show tonight and Krisztina I've just got to tell you lady friend, I sympathize because I went through almost exact same situation as you. But it was with my dad instead of my husband sorry. Yeah. He was only fifty six and died of pancreatic cancer. And he told me before he took his own life. The pain has been so bad, and he spent ninety one straight days in the house Bill. He said, Barry, I don't think I can go back if they make me I'm going on myself. But I'm looking forward to the other side because of the golf course out there that I have played yet. I can't wait..

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"jade jade" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

13:26 min | 2 years ago

"jade jade" Discussed on KTOK

"And we're back Christina resolution with us where did you go Christine? How have your daughters handled all of this? Well, dad's so young was actually very very devastating traumatic. It was it was it was actually hard for them to understand imagine a four year old and a six year old to you know, staying I wanna see my daddy. Daddy. Where's daddy? That's exactly what it was. And and I tried to explain it to them. And I have to tell you this fake story. My four year old when I told her I said, Honey daddy. Died, and you know, he's not going to be with us here like this anymore. And she turnaround said to me, mommy, does that mean that he gets to see now everything I do. He was concerned that he was gonna see all the things that she didn't want him to see. So he was I smiled in the deers. And when you're young you process this very differently in my six year old literally cried going up deers, she knew immediately when she's shown me come home. I had told her that when I was to come home, and means that daddy was gone. And she was devastated just a two year difference between the four year old and a six year old. And it's a very different processing loss of him. Did he have a history of colon cancer and his family, and that's a very good question. For everyone listening, get your colonoscopy. He did not. He did. Watch as he was, you know, having back pain and bleeding, and he we used to live in the bay area Silicon Valley he had a big job. He went to the doctor because he was so young. So he was diagnosed with stage four thirty one. She went to the doctor around twenty nine years old thirty unbelievable. I know I know Georgia was it was like a car accident like game and took him. Just like the was it was he a heavy meat eater. No, I would say he likes steak, but he grew up in Denmark. Danish, you know, healthy people good lifestyle. He was he was six foot four a couple of hundred pounds. Not not overweight smoke. No. He had a cigar here. And there. That's not too. And and the doctor when he first went he said, you you probably have IBS you will borrow bowl syndrome. There's nothing wrong with you and send him home. And and we could have say to saved him diagnosed. Oh, you young right. He was so young colon cancer happens to your partly over fifty right? But I think it was meant to be like this George was there a point Christina were you were angry. You have vague questions while you're so good at what you do. I was so angry. I was jealous. I was angry and bitter all the other young mothers and fathers families were around me. I was in. We don't with two little girls in a very affluent and proper community. And I felt like I was sticking out and standing out and everyone was talking about me and hold the world was unfair. And why did this happen to us, basically? Yes. Of course. I bet when you went to school functions. It was it was tough for you. It was it was oh my goodness. You know, it it was all the dads. There. People didn't know what to say they kept away. And this is why do what I do. This is why people go McGriff educator because I believe there's another way to do this. This is another way to live in grief. And there's another way to talk about loss talk about life after and talk about death and talk about all of these things were talking about today. There's nothing wrong with it. It is it is normal, and it is real. And and when I say that I don't think Beth Israel believe this. I believe I believe with all of my heart. And I think scientists believe it to physicists the world that we live in the energy that we have surrounded by the. You know, the pure, you know, empty space where we're all a hologram. Let's take some calls here for you. This hour is gonna fly by Christina. Go to our first time caller Jade in Maui in Hawaii high. Jay, go ahead. Hi, hi, George Noory. I'm a first time caller longtime listener, and I really appreciate you having. Comic you as a guest. And I I'm sorry. I just caught the tail end of most of the conversation. The last hour that Christina agree with a lot of things that you say about grief and things I I've lost my parents recently. I had my my dad passed in two thousand and sixteen and my mom just passed recently and last year December, and I'm still grieving for both of them a lot. And I just wondered how easy is it really to to communicate with them or to. I kinda missed what you were saying about it. But does it touch touch bases with them? They get dreams a lot about him. You know, but I don't know if that's really a communication or more of just my own grief processing, who's the initiator Christina who's the initiator for the visitation dying or the living the dying actually tried to connect with us as much as they can. But sometimes they can't get through. But imagine if we actually also reached out to them, and we opened the channel and the connection it is much easier for them to do. So so I would highly recommend to the easiest thing. And and without even getting the book or going through the process, they would be to complete going to quiet place, close your eyes shut down everything around you. So no other external noise as and ask a question, and you will get an answer. You will get an answer. And you have to trust the answer that it's coming from them. It is very rare that I hear people say I didn't receive anything. I didn't get an and also is it Jay Jade Jade, tell me about a dream that you feel and I hope he's Georgia's. Okay for me to ask the question. Dream that you feel was really real. And you felt like you. So is so your person you felt that he was it was not just a regulatory. Did you ever have a a dream like that Jade? Well, I've been having a few of them somewhere. My dad comes back, and he he he's angry because he has you know, he had Alzheimer's when he passed, and he's like, why didn't you take better care of me? And I'm thinking, oh my gosh. Didn't I know for eleven and a half years for, you know, both of them kind of total, you know. And and my mom just recently came back in another dream where I'm arguing with my sister, and my dad's for surprisingly is there, and you know, saying that, hey, you know, I can't keep doing this. How long do you think, you know, mom can keep living like this? And then my mom, she wasn't as sick as she was when she passed, but she was still kind of a little bit healthier. You know, be before years before when she first got diagnosed with like, bone, cancer and. Well, you know, it just like. It seems so real to me. But then I'm thinking is it my guilt? Is it my you know, what is it that? Yeah. And if it's holding me back from figuring it out or connecting with them. 'cause you know, my dad he he came back and visited me about two weeks after he passed his spirit. I he was in the house. He was here for about three months in their house. And then he we interred him at the veteran's cemetery, and he and everything got quiet. But when my mom died, I don't have any visitation. I don't know. I just I still think these weird games that I have I I I don't know if it's just the guilt of caregiving that I didn't do enough. And what do you want to say to them? What do you want to tell them Jade? I loved him very much. I think they know that Jade, I think they know that they do. We'll take a few more callers. But thank you Jade for showing. And they do know that and keep telling them. Gets emotional for people Christina it is. It's very it's it's it's devastating George. It is devastating and there's so much guilt. Sometimes and we carry that with us, and it is not something we need to carry cannot Kennesaw all separate into several entities. And let me explain what I mean by that canon one reincarnate relatively soon after it has left the other body and to even though it's reincarnated can't part of that spirit. Still come back and visit the loved ones that you. So it's just it's not either. Or you think it could the kid the split itself, basic, I think that, you know, from where we reject this hologram, our, I don't, you know, our spirit soul, energy, whatever you wanna call it lives. There is there and it could be leaving another life. In another universe in education. The beginning of my book says, you know, I hope he my husband lives in many universities with people. He loves, you know, an say this fully, I believe that we do reincarnate, but also his consciousness in part of of of keys. Essence is also present here when we need him to be and for Jade, and for those of you for the people out there who are having dreams or or have, you know, they they care you carry guild within you just know that I need to express that as if they can hear you because they can and second of all they know how much you love them. And then they're stand. How much you've done for them. I I know this to be true Bob in Missouri taken away. Robert, go ahead. Hi, George Bob over it has to do with unfinished business here. And it's why they would be you're still around. Good point ever and my second wife passed with cancer and for a little over a year. She rogue with me in my truck. It sounds a little odd that at that stage. Forty four G. Like the man said, I'm too young to die. You gotta do something. And that's. As pretty heavy for one person to bear bait way on the unfinished business. Always worried about the kids because there were three of hers one of mine. Families you will and. The day that her spirit was pulled up out of my head. Landed in my track. Does she go to work kids were at down in Tennessee? And. She. I'm so cold, and I'm tired. I'm so cold. I turn the heat up and put my coat on be comfortable for. And so my Linda about halfway down. And she. Basically. Allowed that I'm not ready yet. And I happened to find out of my window, and it looked like an oversized sled. Made out of clouds and almost like had bars on it. And it was like I heard screams of thousands of people. And she was like, no, I'm not, and I look back and the truck was empty and. At that very moment. So the cloud it was gone. Thank you. That's a pretty good story. Of everything that you have gone through. Have you ever witnessed the god-like figure? The only time I've witnessed that God. Like figure was in that dream that I mentioned in the beginning of our chat that he came into my drink, and it was very vivid in very real. And God was walking by my side. And I could see myself and God from behind. And he grabbed my hand and said, I'll see I'm about to take into a new direction, and it was. Extraordinary and incredible. I believe there is a higher power higher intelligence..

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"jade jade" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

13:26 min | 2 years ago

"jade jade" Discussed on WTVN

"And we're back Christina respiration with us where did you go Christine? How have your daughters handled all of this? Well, dad's so young was actually very very devastating traumatic. It was it was it was actually hard for them to understand imagine a four year old and a six year old. You know, saying I wanna see my daddy. Daddy. Where's daddy? That's exactly what it was. And and I tried to explain it to them. And I have to tell you this fake story. My four year old when I told her I said, Honey daddy. Died, and you know, he's not gonna be with us here like this anymore. And she turnaround situa me, mommy, does that mean that he gets to see now everything I do. He was concerned that he was going to see all the things that she didn't want him to see. So he was I smiled in the deers. And when you're young you process is very differently in my six year old literally cried going up deers. She knew we meet anyone's who's shown me come home. I had told her that when I was to come home, and means that daddy was gone. And she was devastated just a two year difference between a four year old and a six year old. And it's a very different processing loss of him. Did he have a history of colon cancer and his family? Yeah. That's a very good question. For everyone listening, get your colonoscopy. He did not. And she was, you know, having back pain and bleeding, and he we used to live in the bay area Silicon Valley he had a big job. He went to the doctor and because she was so young. So he was diagnosed with stage four thirty one. She went to the doctor around twenty nine years old or thirty. Unbelievable. I know I know Georgia was it was almost like a car accident like game into Kim. The was was he a heavy meat eater. No, I would say he likes steak, but and he grew up in Denmark was Danish, you know, healthy people good lifestyle. He was he was six foot four a couple of hundred pounds. Not not overweight smoke. No. He had a cigar here. And there. And and the doctor when he first went he said, you have IBS it will borrow ball syndrome. There's nothing wrong with you and send him home. And and we could have saved him saved him diagnosed. He was so young right? He was so young colon cancer happens to your partly over fifty right? But I think it was meant to be like this church. Was there a point Christina were you were angry? George you have vague equations while you're so good at what you do. I was so angry. I was jealous. I was angry and bitter. Doors all the other young mothers, and fathers families or around me. I was a widow with two little girls in a very affluent and proper community. And I felt like I was sticking out and standing out and everyone was talking about me. And I thought the world was unfair. And why did this happen to us, basically? Yes. Of course. When you went to school functions. It was it was tough for you. It was it was oh my goodness. You know, it it was all the dads. There. People didn't know what to say they kept away. And this is why do what I do this. Why, you know, people call McGriff educator because believe there's another way to do this. Does it another way to live in grief? And there's another way to talk about loss talk about life after Lawson talk about death and talk about all of these things that we're talking about today. There's nothing wrong with it. It is it is normal, and it is real. And and when I say that I don't think that Israel. I believe I believe it with all of my heart. And I think scientists believe it to physicists the world that we live in the energy that we have surrounded by the. You know, pure, you know, empty space where we're all a hologram. Let's take some calls here for you. This hour is gonna fly by Christina. Yes. Go to our first time. Caller Jade in Bowie in Hawaii. Hi jade. Go ahead. Hi, hi, George Noory. I'm a first time caller longtime listener, and I really appreciate you. Thank you. Yeah. The guest, and I I'm sorry. I just caught the tail end of most of the conversation last hour that Christina. I agree with a lot of things that you say about grief, and and things I I've lost my parents recently. I had my my dad passed in two thousand and sixteen and my mom just passed recently. And. Last year December and I'm still grieving for both of them a lot. And I just wondered how easy is it really to to communicate with them or to. I kinda missed what you were saying about it. But does it touch touch bases with them? Dreams. A lot about 'em. You know, but I don't know if that's really a communication or more of just my own grief processing. Who's the initiator Christina who's the initiator for the visitation the dying or the living the the dying actually tried to connect with us as much as they can. But sometimes they can't get through. But imagine if we actually also reached out to them, and we open the the the the channel and the connection it is much easier for them to do. So so I would highly recommend to the easiest thing. And and and without even getting the book or going through the process, they would be to completely going to quiet place, close your eyes shut down everything around you. So no other external noise as and ask a question, and you will get an answer. You will get an answer. And you have to trust the answer that it's coming from them. It is very rare that I hear people say didn't receive anything. I didn't get an and also is it Jay Jade Jade at will tell me about a dream that you feel and I hope he's Georgia's. Okay for me to ask the question. Dream that you feel was really real. And and you felt like you. So is so your person you felt that he was it was not just the regular regulatory. Did you ever have a a dreamlike that Jade, well, I've I've been having a few of them somewhere. My dad comes back, and he he he's angry because he has you know, he had Alzheimer's when he passed, and he's like, why didn't you take better care of me? And I'm thinking, oh my gosh. Didn't I you know for eleven and a half years for both of them kind of total, you know, and and my mom just recently came back in another dream where I'm arguing with my sister, and my dad's for surprisingly is there, and, you know, saying that hey, you know, I can't keep doing this. How long do you think, you know, mom can keep living like this? And then my mom, she wasn't as sick as she was when she passed, but she was still kind of a little bit healthier. You know before years before when she first got. Diagnosed with bone cancer and. You know, just like. It seems so real to me. But then I'm thinking is it my guilt? Is it my you know, what is it that? Yeah. It's holding me back from figuring it out or connecting with them. 'cause you know, my dad he he came back and visited me about two weeks after he passed his spirit. I he was in the house was here for about three months in their house. And then he we interred him at the veteran's cemetery, and he and everything got quiet. But when my mom died, I don't have any visitation. I don't know. I just I I still think these weird dreams that. I have I I I don't know if it's just the guilt of caregiving that I didn't do enough. And what do you want to say to them? What do you wanna tell them Jade? Helped him very much. I think they know that Jade, I think they know that they do. We'll take a few more callers. But thank you Jade for showing. And they do know that and keep telling them. Gets emotional for people Christina it is. It's very it's it's it's devastating. George is devastating and there's so much guilt. Sometimes and we carry that with us, and it is not something we need to carry Kenneth Kenneth soul separate into several entities. And let me explain what I mean by that can one reincarnate relatively soon after it has left the other body and to even though it's reincarnated can't part of that spirit. Still come back and visit the loved ones. You. So it's just it's not either. Or you'd think it could the kid the split itself, basic. Yes, I think, you know, from where we project these hologram, our, you know, our spirit soul, energy, whatever you wanna call it lives there. He's there and it could be leaving another life in another universe investigation. The beginning of my books, as you know. I hope he oh my husband lives in many universities with people. He loves you know, an essay this fool foolish. I believe that we do reincarnate, but also his consciousness in part of of of keys. Essence is also present here when we need him to be and for Jade, and for those of you for the people out there who who are having dreams, or or have, you know, they they care you carry gilt within you just know that I need to express that as if they can hear you because they can and second of all they know how. Much you love them. And then just seeing how much you've done for them. I I know this to be true Bob in Missouri taken away. Robert, go ahead. Hi, George Bob over. It has to do with unfinished business here. And it's why they would be or still around good point. And my second wife passed with cancer and for a little over a year. She rode with me in my truck. It sounds a little odd. But at that stage, they forty four. She. Man said I'm too young to die. You've got to do something. And. That's pretty heavy for one person to bear bait way. I'm business. Jim always worried about the kids because there were three of hers, one of mine families, you will and. The day that her spirit was pulled up out of my track. She landed in my track 'cause you go from I trust to work kids wreck down in Tennessee. And. I'm I'm so cold, and I'm tired. I'm so cold. I turned up and I put my coat on tape. Comfortable for and so my windows halfway down. And she. Basically said out loud that I'm not ready yet. And I happen to find out of my window, and it looked like an oversized sled. Made out of clouds and almost like had bars on it. And it was like I heard screams of thousands of people and shooting. Like, no, I'm not, and I look back and the truck was empty and at that very moment. So the cloud has gone. That's all I say. Thank you. That's a pretty good story. Of everything that you have gone through. Have you ever witnessed the god-like figure? The only time I've witnessed that God like figure was that dream that I mentioned in the beginning of our chat that he came into my drink, and it was very vivid, and they real and God was walking by my side. And I could see myself and God from behind. And he grabbed my hand. Instead, I'll stay I'm about to take into a new direction. And it was extraordinary and incredible. I believe there is a higher power higher intelligence..

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"jade jade" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

13:31 min | 2 years ago

"jade jade" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And we're back Christina with us. Where did you go Christina? How have your daughters handled all of this? Well, losing their dads. So young was actually very devastating traumatic. It was it was it was actually hard for them to understand imagine a four year old and a six year old saying I wanna see my diet. Daddy. Where's daddy? That's exactly what it was. And and I tried to explain it to them. And I have to tell you this story. My four year old when I told her I said, Honey daddy. Died, and you know, he's not going to be with us here like this anymore. And she turned around me. Mommy, does that mean that he gets to see now everything I do? He was concerned that he was going to see all the things that she didn't want him to see. So he was I smiled in the tears, and when you're young you process these very differently in my six year old literally cried going up deers. She knew we meet she's shown me, come home. I had told her that when I was to come home, and means that daddy was gone. And she was devastated just two year difference between a four year old and a six year old. And it's a very different processing loss of him. Did he have a history of colon cancer and his family, and that's a very good question for everyone was listening. Get your colonoscopy. He did not. And she was, you know, having back pain and bleeding, and he we used to live in the bay area Silicon Valley he had a big job. He went to the doctor because she was so young. So he was diagnosed with stage four thirty one. She went to the doctor around twenty nine years old thirty unbelievable. I know I know Georgia was it was almost like a car accident like game. And Kim was was he a heavy meat eater. You know, I would say he likes steak by and she grew up in Denmark. Danish, you know, healthy people good lifestyle. He was he was six foot four a couple of hundred pounds. Not not overweight smoke. No. He had a cigar here. And there. That's not and and the doctor when she first went he said, you you probably have IBS it will borrow bowl syndrome. There's nothing wrong with you and sent him home. And and we could have say to save him diagnosed not he was so young right? He was so young colon cancer happened to see a partly over fifty right? But I think it was meant to be like this George was there a point Christina were you were angry. George you have vague questions while you're so good at what you do. I was so angry. I was jealous. I was angry and bitter. Doors all the other young mothers, and fathers families or around me. I was a widow with two little girls in a very affluent and proper a community. And I felt like I was sticking out and standing out and everyone was talking about me and hold the world was unfair. And why did this happen to us, basically? Yes. Of course. I bet when you went to school functions. It was it was tough for you. It was it was oh my goodness. You know, it it was all the dads. There. People didn't know what to say they kept away. And this is why do what I do. This is why you know, people call McGriff educator because believe there's another way to do this. This is another way to live in grief. And there's another way to talk about loss talk about life after loss and talk about death and talk about all of these things that we're talking about today. There's nothing wrong with it. It is it is normal, and it is real. And and when I say that I don't think that Israel believe this. I believe I believe with all of my heart. And I think scientists believe it to physicists the world that we live in the energy that we are surrounded by the, you know, the pure, you know, empty space where we're all a hologram. Let's take some calls here for you. This hour is gonna fly by Christina. Go to our first time caller Jade in Maui in Hawaii. Hi jade. Go ahead. Hi, hi, George Noory. I'm a first time caller longtime listener, and I really appreciate you. Thank you. As a guest. And I I'm sorry. I just caught the tail end of most of the conversation the last hour that Christina. I agree with a lot of things that you say about grief, and and things I I've lost my parents recently. I had my my dad passed in two thousand and sixteen and my mom just passed recently. And. Last year December and I'm still grieving for both of them a lot. And I just wondered how easy is it really to to communicate with them or or two. I kinda missed what you were saying about it. But does it touch touch base with them? Eighty dreams. A lot about 'em. You know, but I don't know if that's really a communication or more of just my own grief processing, who's the initiator Christina who's the initiator for the visitation the dying or the living the the dying actually tried to connect with us as much as they can. But sometimes they can't get through. But imagine if we actually also reached out to them, and we opened the the the channel and the connection it is much easier for them to do. So so I would highly recommend to the easiest thing. And and without even getting the book or going through the process, they would be to completely go in a quiet place. Close your eyes shut down everything around you. So no other external noise as and ask a question, and you will get an answer. You will get an answer. And you have to trust that answer that it's coming from them. It is very rare that I hear people say I didn't receive anything. I didn't get an and also is it Jay Jade Jade at what kind telling me about a dream that you feel and I hope he Georgia's. Okay for me to ask this question. Dream that you feel was really real. And and you felt like you. So is so your person you felt that it was it was not just the regular dream. Did you ever have a a like that Jade? Well, I've I've been having a few of them somewhere. My dad comes back, and he he he's angry because he has you know, he had Alzheimer's when he passed, and he's like, why didn't you take better care of me? And I'm thinking, oh my gosh. Didn't I you know for eleven and a half years for, you know, both of them kind of total, you know, and my mom just recently came back in another dream where I'm arguing with my sister, and my dad's for surprisingly is there, and, you know, saying that hey, you know, I can't keep doing this. How long do you think, you know, mom can keep living like this? And then my mom, she wasn't as sick as she was when she passed, but she was still kind of a little bit healthier. You know, be before before when she first got diagnosed with bone cancer and. You know, just like. It seems so real to me. But then I'm thinking is it my guilt? Is it my you know, what is it that? Yeah. And if it's holding me back from figuring it out or connecting with them. 'cause you know, my dad he he came back and visited me about two weeks after he passed his spirit. I he was in the house. He was here for about three months in their house. And then he we interred him at the veteran's cemetery. And then everything got quiet. But when my mom died, I don't have any visitation. I don't know. I just I still think these weird dreams that. I have I I I don't know if it's just the guilt of caregiving that I didn't do enough. And what do you want to say to them? What do you want to tell them Jade? I loved him very much. I think they know that Jade, I think they know that they do. We'll take a few more callers. But thank you Jade for showing that they do know that and keep telling them. Gets motion for people Christina. It is it's it's it's it's devastating. George is devastating and there's so much guilt. Sometimes and we carry that with us, and it is not something we need to carry killer. Kenneth soul separate into several entities. And let me explain what I mean by that Kennett one reincarnate relatively soon after it has left the other body and to even though it's reincarnated can part of that spirit. Still come back and visit the loved ones. The so it's just it's not either. Or you think it could the kid the split itself, basic, I think that you know, from where we project this whole Graham, our I don't. You know, our spirit soul, energy, whatever you wanna call it lives there. He's there and he could be leaving another life in another universe. Embiid education, the beginning of books, as you know, I hope he my husband lives in many universities with people. He loves, you know, an essay these fully believe that we do reincarnate, but also his consciousness in part of of of keys. Essence is also present here when we need him to be and for Jade, and for those of you for the people out there who who are having dreams, or or have, you know, they care you carry gilt within you just know that I need to express that as if they can hear you because they can and second of all they know how much you love them. And they understand how much you've done for them. I I know this to be true Bob in Missouri taken away. Robert, go ahead. Hi, George, Bob. Robert. It has to do with unfinished business. Man. That's why they would be you're still around good point. And my second wife passed with cancer and for a little over a year. She rogue with me in my truck. It sounds a little odd. But they that stage forty four. Like the man said, I'm younger die. You've got to do something. And. That's pretty heavy for one person to bear bait. Anyway. On the unfinished business. Worried about the kids because there were three of hers one of mine. Families you will and. Her spirit was pulled up out of my check. Landed in my track. Does you go from I tried to work kids read down in Tennessee? And what? I'm so cold, and I'm tired, and I'm so cold. I turned up and put my coat on state so be comfortable for and so my window halfway down. And she basically said out loud that I'm not ready yet. And I happened to my window, and I looked like an oversized sled. Made out of clouds almost like had bars on it. And like I heard screams of thousands of people. And she was like, no, I'm not, and I look back and Chuck was empty and. At that very moment. So the cloud has gone. Thank you. That's a pretty good story. Of everything that you have gone through. Have you ever witnessed the god-like figure? George the only time I've witnessed that got. Like figure was not dream that I mentioned in the beginning of our chat that he came into my drink, and it was very vivid in very real. And God was walking by my side. And I could see myself and God from behind. And he grabbed my hand. Instead, I'll stay I'm about to take you into a new direction. And it was extraordinary and incredible. I believe there is a higher power higher intelligence. I coul- higher observer because of the observer effect..

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"jade jade" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

13:25 min | 2 years ago

"jade jade" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And we're back Christina with us. Where did you go Christina? How have your daughters handled all of this? Well, losing their dads. So young was actually very devastating traumatic. It was it was it was actually hard for them to understand imagine a four year old and a six year old saying I wanna see my daddy. Daddy. Where's daddy? But that's exactly what it was. And and I tried to explain it to them. And I have to tell you the quick story. My four year old when I told her I said, Honey daddy. Died, and you know, he's not going to be with us here like this anymore, and she turned around to me. Mommy doesn't mean that he gets to see now everything I do. He was concerned that he was gonna see all the things that she didn't want him to see. So he was I smiled in the deers. And when you're young you process, they stay differently in my six year old literally cried going up, she knew immediately when she's showing me come home. I told her that when I was to come home, and means that daddy was gone. And she was devastated just a two year difference between the four year old and a six year old. And it's a very different processing loss of him. Did he have a history of colon cancer and his family? That's a very good question for everyone who's listening scheduling, these he did not did the. And she was, you know, having back pain and bleeding, and we used to live in the bay area Silicon Valley he had a big job. He went to the doctor and because he was so young. So he was diagnosed with stage four thirty one. He went to the doctor on twenty nine years old thirty unbelievable. I know I know Georgia was it was only like a car accident. Like kim. Just like the was was he a heavy meat eater. You know, I would say he likes steak but em and he grew up in Denver was Danish. You know, healthy people good lifestyle. He was he was six foot four a couple of hundred pounds. Not not overweight smoke. No. He had a cigar here and there, and and the the doctor when she first went he said, you probably have IBS it will borrow bowel syndrome. There's nothing wrong with you and sent him home. And and we could have saved him diagnosed on he was so young right? He was so young colon cancer happens to your partly over fifty right? But I think it was meant to be like this church. Was there a point Christina were you were angry? George you have vague equations while you're still good. Oh what you do. I was so angry. I was jealous. I was angry and bitter doors all the other young mothers and fathers families were around me. I was a widow with two little girls in a very affluent and proper a community. And I felt like I was sticking out and standing out and everyone was talking about me. And I thought the world was unfair. And why did they happen to us, basically? Yes. Of course. I bet when you went to school functions. It was it was tough for you. It was it was oh my goodness. You know, it it was all the dads. There. People didn't know what to say they kept away. And this is why do what I do. This is why local McGriff educator because believe there's another way to do this. This is another way to live in grieve. And there's another way to talk about loss talk about life after loss and talk about death and talk about all these things that we're talking about today. There's nothing wrong with it. It is it is normal, and it is real. And and when I say that I don't think death, Israel, believe this believe I believe it with all of my heart. And I think scientists believe it to physicists the world that we live in the energy that we have surrounded by the you know. Pure, you know, empty space where we're all Cobra. Well, let's take some calls here for you. This hour is gonna fly by Christina. Go to our first time caller Jade in Maui in Hawaii high. Jay, go ahead. Hi, George Noory. I'm a first time caller longtime listener, and I really appreciate you having Zomig you as a guest, and I I'm sorry. I just caught the tail end of most of the conversation the last hour that Christina. I agree with a lot of things that you say about grief, and and things I I've lost my parents recently. I had my my dad pass in two thousand and sixteen and my mom just passed recently. And. Last year December and I'm still grieving for both of them a lot. And I just wondered how easy is it really to to communicate with them or or two. I kinda missed what you were saying about it. But does it touch touch bases with them? Get dreams a lot about him. You know, but I don't know if that's really a communication or more of just my own grief processing, who's the initiator Christina who's the initiator for the visitation the dying or the living the the dying actually tried to connect with us as much as they can. But sometimes they can't get through. But imagine if we actually also reached out to them, and we open the the channel and the connection it is much easier for them to do. So so I would highly recommend to the easiest thing. And and without even getting the book or going through the process, they would be to complete going to quiet place, close your eyes shut down everything around you. So no other external noise as and I question, and you will get an answer. You will get an answer. And you have to trust the answer that it's coming from them. It is very rare that I hear people say I didn't receive anything. I didn't get an and also is it Jay Jade Jade at will tell me about a dream that you feel and I hope he's Georgia's. Okay for me to ask this question. Dream that you feel was really real. And you felt like you. So is so your person you start that he was it was not just the regular dreams. Did you ever have a a dreamlike that Jade? Well, I've been having a few of them somewhere. My dad comes back, and he he he's angry because he has you know, he had Alzheimer's when he passed, and he's like, why didn't you take better care of me? And I'm thinking, oh my gosh. Didn't I you know for eleven and a half years for, you know, both of them kind of total, you know, and and my mom just recently came back in another dream where I'm arguing with my sister, and my dad's for surprisingly is there, and, you know, saying that hey, you know, I can't keep doing this. How long do you think, you know, mom can keep living like this? And then my mom, she wasn't as sick as she was when she passed, but she was still kind of a little bit healthier. You know, be before years before when she first got diagnosed with like bone cancer. And you know, just just like. It seems so real to me. But then I'm thinking is it my guilt? Is it my you know, what is it that? If it's holding me back from figuring it out or connecting with them. 'cause you know, my dad he he came back and visited me about two weeks after he passed his spirit. I he was in the house. She was here for about three months in their house. And he we interred him at the veteran's cemetery and heat and everything got quiet. But when my mom died, I don't have any visitation. I don't know. I just I I still think these weird dreams that. I have I I I don't know if it's just the guilt of caregiving that I didn't do enough. What do you want to say to them? I want to know what do you wanna tell them Jade? Very much. I think they know that Jade, I think they know that they do. We'll take a few more callers. But thank you Jade for sure. And they do know that and keep telling them. Gets emotional for people Christina it is. It's very it's it's it's devastating. George is devastating and there's so much guilt. Sometimes and we carry that with us, and it is not something we need to carry Kenneth Kenneth soul separate into several entities. And let me explain what I mean by that can't one reincarnate relatively soon after it has left the other body and to even though it's reincarnated Kim part of that spirit. Still come back and visit the loved ones. That you. So it's just it's not either. Or you think it could the kid the split itself, basic? Yes, I think, you know, from where we project this hologram, our, I don't, you know, our spirit soul, energy, whatever you wanna call it lives. There is there and it could be leaving another life in another universe. Embiid education. The beginning of my book says, you know, I hope he hope my husband lives in many universities ends with people. He loves, you know, an essay this fully, I believe that we do reincarnate, but also his consciousness and part of of of keys. Essence is also present here when we need him to be and for Jade, and for those of you for the people out there who who are having dreams, or or have, you know, they they they care you carry guild within you just know that I you need to express that as if they can hear you because they can't and second of all they know how. Much you love them. And they understand how much you've done for them. I I know this to be true Bob in Missouri taken away. Robert, go ahead. Hi, George Bob over. It has to do with unfinished business. Yeah. Why would be are still around good point? And my second wife passed with cancer and for a little over a year. She rode with me in my tracks. It sounds a little odd that they set stage that they forty four shooting like the man said, I'm younger die. You gotta do something. And that's that's pretty heavy for one person to bear bay way on the unfinished business. She was always worried about the kids because there were three of hers one of mine. Families you will and. The day that her spirit was pulled up out of my head. She landed in my track as you go from I trust to where kids were at down in Tennessee. And. She. I'm so cold, and I'm tired. I'm so cold. I turn the heat up and put my coat on tape. So be comfortable for and so my windows halfway down. And she. Basically. Loud that I'm not ready yet. And I happened to out of my window, and I looked like an oversized sled. Was made out of clouds almost like had bars on it. And it was like I heard screams of thousands of people. And she was like, no, I'm not, and I look back and the truck was empty and. At that very moment. So the cloud has gone. Thank you. That's a pretty good story. Of everything that you have gone through. Have you ever witnessed the god-like figure? Torch. The only time I've witnessed that got like figure was that. During that I mentioned in the beginning of our chat that he came into my drink, and it was very vivid, and they real and God was walking by my side. And I could see myself and God from behind. And he grabbed my hand and said, I'll see I'm about to take you into a new direction, and he was. Extraordinary. An incredible. I believe there is a higher power hiring..

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"jade jade" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

The Chad Prather Show

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"jade jade" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

"Nothing is off limits and now for your host, Chad. Either everybody. Welcome to another episode of the chedda proof of show. I am joined by my lovely wife. Jade Jade, I gotta ask you. What is the craziest thing you've ever done physically potentially harmful to your body like ever jumped off of a building motorcycled jumped across a car. Have you ever I've ridden with you driving? So I know that Saint juris, but don't you think about that for a second in? I want you to put some thought into that say Hello to everybody everybody. Now. While you think about things that you've done to. Remember when I was sixteen and I had my little Ford ranger, and Jen, and I were trying to get to I think Cleveland, and we ended up getting lost in godly. So this is out in the middle of nowhere down here in Texas. So we were on our way back, of course, back then there were no cellphones. There was no map. There was no nothing. We just hope for the best. We were coming around the corner not a corner, but it was like a Kerr part of the road. And when we did we went up onto wills. My driver's side. And we ended up we didn't flip or anything like that. But it was very scary. And we ended up like turning around in the middle of the road weaned landed in somebody's yard. And it was thank God somebody's yard because we hadn't seen a house in a few miles and the family came out and helped us I'd blown a tire, and they helped us get it off and everything else. And we went home we were pretty shocked. It was an accident. You didn't mean to do it now? All right. So our guest today, Eddie Braun is a Hollywood stuntman. He means to do. So like that. And he's a pro at it. And we got a great conversation. We got great sponsors though. You know, I'm excited because I'm sitting here looking we've got to get that set up right there. You people always ask us. We're always on the road. I'm on the road. And they're like, how do you do that? 'cause you advertise when you're on the road. I mean, you're not worried about that. I'm like, Nope. Absolutely. Not because first of all we have pretty well trained personal protection dogs. And we are we're in Texas, obviously, we're well. Armed we have. An incredible security system. Somebody's always at the house that we always have somebody here. Yeah. It's never empty. So even when we're both out of town. We've always got somebody around here in in pretty good deal. But I'll tell you something that has made it very secure is, you know, we believe in peace of mind in if.

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"jade jade" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"jade jade" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Koper soldier Cowards liars And he's hip. Attacked me that's. The drama but what's the real working relationship between a politician and? Their bodyguard we'll hear from both And your. Starter for ten, how does somebody become as clever as this Darwin Goldfine notes foil? Foil is correct yes Associate Goldfine females, Jade Jade is? Correct Goldfine hosts the last of? Us, do you, spend, your, time doing yes Today's reader? Is A huge rescue and relief operation being mounted in the southern Indian state of Carolina where unusually. Heavy monsoon, rains of course what officials are describing as the worst flooding century more than three hundred and twenty people have died in Carolina since the rainy season, began in June most of them in the past ten, days and one three hundred thousand people have been made. Homeless across India Nelia thousand people. Have been. Killed a correspondent Yuki Tolima. Is in Carolina hundreds of troops are already engaged in rescue. And relief operations and more being rushed in, from other states scores of boats have been brought in from different parts of the country to help evacuate people from flooded areas where there's. No way out people. Are being airlifted India's prime minister Narendra Moody's in the state and is carrying out an aerial survey. Of the situation social media sites and messaging services are seeing a spate of appeals for help from people who are stuck without. Electricity and supplies A sense of fear has gripped the. Coastal state which has more than forty rivers many which have breached their banks and as more heavy rain forecast over the weekend Italy's president. Said Joe matter rela will preside over, a state funeral this going for eighteen of the victims of the bridge disaster in Genoa at least thirty eight people were. Killed when the motorway bridge collapsed on Tuesday five still missing some of the grieving families will not attend the service because they blame the authorities for the disaster occurs pendant James Reynolds. Reports from Genoa the coffins of more than a, dozen of the dads have been laid out in a. Pavilion here in Genoa ready for the start of the state funeral family members placed. Photos on the coffin leads police officers comforted one relative who. Was solving Italy's president Sergio mozzarella and. Its prime minister Giuseppe Kante will lead mourners at the formal ceremony a number of families have. Chosen not to take part instead they're holding private burials elsewhere in Italy these ceremonies, will Mark a brief pause in the angry debates about the collapse of the bridge The government has set up a. Six-member commission to examine the causes of. The disaster the private firm which operated the bridge autostrada insists that it maintained the structure properly Ministers are considering introducing new taxes on manufacturers and some disposable products to reduce, the vast, amounts of plastic waste the treasury has published the results of a consultation on the issue which prompted. More than a hundred sixty thousand responses is our correspondent Tom Barton how, best to reduce the tons of plastic that ended up in landfill and the oceans every. Year that was the question posed by the treasury in consultation earlier this year. And it received a record response among the ideas being considered. By ministers are new taxes some. Of these could target the demand for disposable coffee cups and takeaway boxes while others are likely to encourage manufacturers to change their products Robert generate is a treasury minister we want to, see if there are smart intelligent incentives that we can create to encourage the.

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"jade jade" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"jade jade" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"To jade jade said she got punched in the face on the subway for no reason why we probably reason she audience yeah they and then on her boyfriend gotten to fight for no reason they just walk up to you and your can they punch you in the faith doll they do now here they don't but yeah you might seem easy other jade i dad would always say i don't stand near the edge of the subways will push over onto the rails why would why would they wanna do that i don't want to find out first of all went to new york as an adult my dad gave me a fake wallet to take with me and he said you put this in your pocket you put your real wallet in your sock that way when the whole job not if when the whole job you give them a fake wall and you don't lose out your id muhdad said something similar it was never put all your money in one play yeah it separate have my dad has big on that one too but you know you're going to be find due to choose the the germs are gonna freak you out like doug not touching anything you're gloves right you're on subways i will gatherer lifestyle how are you gonna get from brooke lender will you take a cab walk if you if you don't use the subway you did not go to the us rate your yep i i thought about that said his route it's like not like not getting a slice of pizza exactly 'cause you're going to get a slice of pizza i did think about that it did do i need to go on the subway to feel like what's your can you know what i've okay with not going on the subway feeling like i didn't experience the arkansas i go i go see the statue of liberty no i go i go i go to our next game no nobody goes through a mix exactly forcing us it's out of the picture with a naked cowboy to get a slice of pizza peg what that new york water and i've experienced that all they gotta do get on subway to douala all of it i can't i'm going to get i'm not.

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"jade jade" Discussed on The Basketball Analogy

The Basketball Analogy

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"jade jade" Discussed on The Basketball Analogy

"Pablo the wonder broke jurassic park that was a true story that really like finally there like finally the maitland through jumped at charlotte with sicom play it was a who is a play on broadway mozarts really did adams rival we were cellular cleanup license but they killed my kill them but then it like saying leonardo dicaprio against rugged juliet her fictional as it out to turn comparison what the titanic no and great booby grocery worthy great movie terrible move area await wait what terrible medical a great warrior for my weight gain jade jade jade uga two didn't like the wolf of wall street see that's one of those movies like every given a shot at three given sundays at the table at any given some arab sunday i'll watch at any time it's on right you will do the wool and he gave her sunday was terrible i mean that's a movie it's terry was a little berry ends a little spearheads alert many human sunday's heavyhanded here you had but i do like like watch i don't know if you ever member the spanish put never to reduce the do started two games is on the cover of sports illustrated komo man colonel james jallah come on three hundred is always one of my favorite threat mean amine hating about their that you're going to say you're speaking to the person who wrote to cover stories about jeremy linn prescribers illustrated didn't start two games though.

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