6 Burst results for "Jane Block"
"jane block" Discussed on WGN Radio
"All righty rigid joins me now live from channel I we got a couple of more on tumblers moron tumblers and I don't mean like a Jesse white's right away but beverage tumblers and I don't know the name of the lovely person that sent them but unless we need to thank them publicly in do that tomorrow it is very nice I was in a play over the weekend remember we talked about the fifteen year old son of WGN TV news director Jennifer lines young Casey lines it very very talented and really is he wrote he produced and put together his own musical he wrote his own musical Anna played over the weekend that theater went on the west Bowman I would see it in one of the amazing about that story though before you continue is the fact he produced it that meaning he rented the theater rented the theater he and his family is his his mom and dad is he's he's got a five siblings they all got together they were building sets I mean it's pretty cool it was quite the amazing thing and they raised three thousand dollars over the weekend for paediatric cardiac care so a really good cause but anyway I'm sitting in you know waiting to week waiting for the plate to start in this lovely lady comes up to me is because excuse me thank you dean Richards less yes I am she goes hi morons you know it's the little things in life to give us such great thanksgiving weekend sell all right now today is giving Tuesday and coming up is one of your good friends of mine large and I'd love floor Jane from Gil this place yeah and there should be on after eight thirty but is there a charitable organization that you haven't had a chance to mention that you like to throw out here I've been working probably for about thirty years now with the aids foundation of Chicago still doing fantastic work lately I've been doing a lot of work with the Alzheimer's association sure I can't give them enough attention and raise enough money for them as more and more people are affected by Alzheimer's dementia it all all of those diseases so that you know we do we dinner every even talk about twenty years ago a little so those I'm I guess those are my you know my numbers I've worked with all the all the cancer organizations through the years with all the different breast cancer shows that we've done through the years so yeah there's there's plenty of them you know I was just told that we can move or Jane up to our second segment so she's going to join us together lovely so we'll get her on in just governments in the meantime we love lurching we did television unit we do we do the annual breast cancer specials we did one month for TV this year also uhhuh so I was directing her and you know telling her how to talk to me and for TV in getting our notes given our notes yeah that was good lord Jane blocked but if you could act a little more like you like me right and we mean act Alanis Morissette Pearl Jam in another clown special my goal was to have a new cloud special every week so far you get it done Kevin back.
"jane block" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
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"jane block" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Can every cell of the kitchen cleaners well kitchen cleaners awesome did My Girl that's one of my tips to to raising your grill but before we get to that we're gonna talk to pollen Boston Paulo welcome Hey morning Gary burn and I hope I have a question that I have some mold on my kitchen ceiling into the streets of how guy why not on the ceiling to that is what I what I could use to remove it tell me about the mold on the ceilings well I think I'm getting a week from the world Michele it seems to have gotten a tax on a very bad spot on the feeling I get streaks of water yeah well Paul I can tell you how to you know fix you know you're gonna have to paint main seal and all that but really it's silly to do that until you get the leak fixed so there's a couple things to remember here if you're seeing water spots in stains and everything that's easily fixed by a good kills primer stain blocking primer in a coat of paint but it hasn't addressed what's going on on the backside of that ceiling it has an address the leak and both of those are more important to address than the stain on the ceiling is so so that's the important that's important issue is getting that that leak stopped in is it plasters a dry wall or our world right now changes I'm not sure what time you're at can you get to the backside of that ceiling other which could you cut that spot out and perhaps that you want to really try to cut that out I want to just remove it yeah well but we don't know what's on the outside on the inside of that you know what I'm saying on the backside of that ceiling so if if you use the kills primer sealer over that spot and you painted it's not gonna bleed through you're not going to see it again but you kind of put a bandaid on a really bad cut because we don't know what's going on the other side of that ceiling if it's been leaking for awhile you could have a significant mold issue on the backside of that ceiling and it should be inspected and it should be cut out so what I would do if they were mine is I would first concentrate on getting the leak stopped because it even if you use the kills primer sealer in pain it and cover it all up with that leak isn't stopped it's gonna bleed back through again so that's number one get that and get that repaired and then the the next thing I think I would do is is you're gonna have to make a decision whether you want to have that ceiling tested to see if there's mold or see if there's moisture on the other side that ceiling because if you just ignored that mold keeps growing I mean there could be some health issues I'm I'm not in a scary I'm just trying to tell you it's a possibility sure how do you spell that word kills K. I. L. Z. okay I went with a white preacher fact you now yep any hardware store paint store big box store in kills is is also they make numerous products you want to make sure you buy one that is called a stain blocker kills stain blocker and and what that does is a dried water spot if you just use regular paint over it it will bleed through regular paint but the hills will seal that water stain in and then the regular paying bills over the kills so the kills functions as a stain blocking primer all yes Jane Jane block of primer and that let's see because I did have an estimate on it but they had recommended that was I use peroxide so that yeah by double what were they going to do with the products I just try to bleach that stain out yes I I wouldn't do it that way again I'm I'm just a little more concerned that that issues a little bit bigger than than everybody's kind of treating it war I mean will feel good if we do that Paula you know it'll go away for a while but it's going to come back so getting to the source of it is going to be the issue you got to get to the source of it the source of it is that roof leak after we get that ruefully done if you wanna wait a week or so and get somebody in there with the moisture read meter and find out what kinda moisture is up behind that ceiling other words if there's insulation that ceiling in his dry wall owners you know pay from the back of the dry wall they put a moisture meter and then your run and thirty percent moisture up there you got a big problem you're gonna have to cut that out clean up the wet insulation dry that whole area out probably sanitized that area patch the dry wall I am in pain then you solve the problem if you go ahead and do the kills now or do the peroxide now to get rid of the stain you haven't solved the problem you solve one of the three problems one is the roof leaks album to is you have a potential mold problem on the other side that ceiling one three if you got a stain on the on the drywall that's the least important I mean if you want to go ahead and use the kills on the products side in pain it just be prepared.
"jane block" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Keep ranking for you honest to god Sunday and Monday seventy one percent of the NFL's spreads I hit I want ten in Florence Brad's were sixty four percent college football winners on Saturday hit my top five ranked plays all my pics are ranked. seven of my top rated eight of my top ten hit I mean my god. bottom line is I get two of them run my six pack in my ninth back I mean come on. what more do you want yeah you just cannot do better than that anywhere with anyone for row on the bench dot com bom sets the standard by home sign up bone might get money from your wife. I have to say one of the teams at a surprise me carver eyes the Panthers tile Allen lighting it up on the road against a dachshund I just do not understand at all I cannot read or even fathom what I'm watching when I watch bill o'brien's team one week they look great one week they're unstoppable deshaun Watson and Hopkins are unstoppable and now they can't beat the Carolina Panthers in Houston and they I mean I beat on sixteen Janet was ugly but they beat on yeah it's there kind of like all the other teams in their division right like we talk about the Titans that way that the Titans seem to play better against good teams and the games you think use it use to the tires are almost the same in that way and you really don't know what the culture the Jaguars are every week but man we left Carolina for dead everybody did they lost those two games and start the season Newton got hurt they were going on the road to Arizona in Houston you figure the road to the season's over they call home with two road wins and they're back in the mix. one quarter and what did you think and I got I got burned on that game alive at the stake and in the other hand that burned me I went with the Broncos to win their first game at home and they were up fourteen nothing right yeah and they didn't shoot was that was that right what what was it now was it were up double digits was it seventeen thirty seven around fourteen winning the game and I was actually on the Jaguars yesterday and I thought the game was done at seventeen three I said forget this I took a shot on the kid because I think you know how I think about the Broncos I think the state terrible and sure enough in the second half here come the Bronco here come the Jaguars Broncos re take the lead in the Jack. backed out of the gate is question do you believe that because you sign get hurt one man shoe and his needs buckled right and then it was a land being really bad not only the next player to but also at the end of the game when they won when the guy keep the fellow just your run out of the field was totally limping badly do you think he hurt his knee in a game and he's got a knee injury because that is possible I don't you it's possible. they can't afford to lose that kid I'm telling you that much right number right now Jacksonville it's really tough and then we all know the saints with the cowboys on Sunday night football Andrew was at the Denver game ever this is the guy that was in there she said he had to fly home at halftime and not stay in the game we taught him to stay in the game Andrew from Alaska what happened. and I saw mention magic holy moly like to revel in are you kidding me that was attic but you're a Denver fan right no no no I mean yeah all year jacks and so there you go you're very excited well you know I heard you guys say this the moment of a lifetime he better not leave and I'm watching the clock ticked down and I'm looking at my phone in my flight and I kept repeating rollover Robert which is exactly we use says right. I stated I didn't watch that again because rail told me he gave me the confidence to someone and then what happened when you went home. I hate the flight man so she was a man. then you went all around I made the flight and honesty to talk the whole thing on on the tram to the airport I met Jane blocked in hall of fame wide receiver wow on the tram wow that's nice did you go home and you were nice driver did you tell her to have a sandwich I didn't have a sandwich but I will send in your face that is awesome of bailed hoc obeyed all fat toke it was the biggest one I could finance. you're my hero did was great. that's awesome. listen I there was some of that going on in LA I can tell you right now I must did a face plant into my dinner at one in the morning. in downtown LA. is is I was overwhelmed sometimes it is. it over wound a little bit. Scott in Boston here on CBS sports radio. what's up what we do and you know where you're out of to give me a minute I mean your favorite city New York I do it from New York City. it's a great city actually yeah they're all right so course citizens as Boston all right ma'am our let me tell you something some people would say in the pads are bad or no team they're not as good as directed blessed in may okay I I've been watching them because. says that name one person on the face of the earth that said they're not good. I believe you said earlier please don't have don't ever put words in my mouth I never said a bad word about them ever Jesus Christ is Tom Brady himself when I got to get baptized I just got it was a house I don't Tom Brady Christ he wants every supervisor here and that I would never on enough phase in a world ever say that they're not good excuse me that I miss king I must be some other Scott you listen to up there now let me get to my point I have a good day I'm telling you right now you know you you what you sound like you're a gambler which is cool me too they need to cut a cut released cosco ski. this is the fact that the patriots have scored fourteen Superbowl this year X. super bowls with many touchdowns touchdowns right he's meant for extra points that is ridiculous it almost cost them the game yesterday because the buffalo have the ball down six with three minutes to go the big score they win the game where they showed us the score tied the game they need to sign some kid out of whatever university yeah he he's got you know a yes means are not that the local term I know we all we all we all know what the yet so I we know we know everything out yeah that's god I'm just going to hang up now your touch I don't know there's I don't know that I said this game socks and and I can't take it anymore. I honestly do. did that just happen I don't know anything and I think you did you sound I worry Ron I've never heard of you before all the rest you need to start over broad you'll get a job I was on the other station in town getting double digit ratings before they moved me over there you've never heard of me before I've only been on for thirty five years nationally I'm nobody though I suck at math and I had you got one good thing right out of that whole conversation I'm damn good again like better than you know tell Jan seventy one percent of yours rad about seventy nine percent about seventy seven percent about seventy one percent does a three and a last four weeks your mother she wants to go out with me just because I had so many spreads I'm a gambler you need a got a bad. now that do I know what they yes are you give me a yes. it's time for an update. I don't know that I love them is a great city. both of my beautiful cities you have to mad they get way more snow than us. sports way. sponsored by geico great.
"jane block" Discussed on Ravens at the Crossroads
"To bring it back to the floor of the covenant of the membership during Grand Council and discussed the issue and then we head to bring into vote so during it went very well but if it goes to vote this is a matter of process process if it goes to vote. Does that blocking member loops like as in if they're blogging based on the overall percentages as of the voting membership that is quorum of the grand council and those who are carrying proxies for. You're the blogger Jane Block. That was funny. Well then why would it go to vote. If they weren't blocking. I'm so confused. That's how it was the surprising factor one. The one individual who had the greatest concern was brought back react to the to the fronts of you know where the first officer was in the recorder wise and they were able to review the whole new statement the proposal and the changes that have been made to it and she had a greater understanding she was not one of the people that then voted to block it. So that A. K.. So really what it was. She completely misunderstood what the proposal was. She had a at the at the original onset when when they were expressing their concerns and they felt that it was more than what they could handle and they didn't understand you know they felt that it might be a burden financially to them. You know there was just too many misunderstandings. And they feel that they're in a region of the United States where things are just difficult right now and and it's because they're that's their perception and we have to take them at their word check but it's still has to be the overall intention of the Covenant to grow members even in their local council. So one of the things I will do when I go and visit is asked. How are we going to grow our numbers and this region you know? You're in a a large metropolitan area. There's got to be far more. which isn't wiccans in this region that would be interested in the covenant of the Goddess? How do we? How do we get outreach to those folks how do we bring them in? And how can we help empower you and your region to feel more secure more part of the common everyday world where you don't feel that there's negativity fifty towards us in some form or fashion. I agree just that's can't wait till you come out over the phone L.. Says there's five five local councils in California yes yes so that's like almost half of all the LC's yes the majority of LC's are in the state of California. That is correct. Are there still too in Texas. No there's only one local council in Texas okay Florida has one local council. Okay hills and rivers is in the lowest midden Pennsylvania Ohio West Virginia Regis Fars Understand. Yeah it it covers multiple state right right which is that's a large chunk of territory for council and that's it that's all we had? We've lost so many of vocal council so one of my other books is is actually to have some outreach. To former members of those other local councils that are no longer affiliated early aided with the covenant of the Goddess and they asked them how can we either bring you back in as members at an individual level. Or how can we re-stimulate and help you. Reestablish your local council and get it thriving again and bring new members in some of the can the national board award dude help Sula Tate. Those things to happen. Some of those are national numbers to they. Were in local. Councils moved to National Sean. Right so I know like Dogwood just recently went out in Georgia and it'd be nice to which was a Very old local council One that everglades moon was originally part of them. Hide off because the two states are so large especially overdone the majority of the which is in Wiccans and Florida live in the Tri County areas. That are all in the very south part of Florida so it made more sense for for Florida to have local council. I would like to see Florida. Have more than one. Local Council just like the state of California so space for them absolutely absolutely. There are lots of large cities the Orlando region could have a central local council. We could have a West local council in the Tampa Area Jacksonville's and large city again. There are witches wiccans throughout the Florida that We're not being able able to reach out to and tell them about the coming out of the car. This and maybe bring new members in. That's another concern that I have that I will reach out to the cups Organization with the Church in Fort Lauderdale. They have recently changed. Changed the name of the Pagan Pride. Event to the maybe Bonn harvestfestival. Let's say you're telling us and this was a little concerning. They did this last year and the numbers that Pagan Pride or horrible. And I think that if you're not really promoting something thank specifically Pagan Pride to encourage many people come out that you start to lose your viability in in the community overall. I think that it's important that I know the one of the gentlemen within that organization within the church a facilitates cops there is also a member of MLC. The and so I'll reach out to him and say what can we do to bring back the name Pagan Pride so that we can encourage more people to come because whereas if or the coming in the goddess is going to host booth there. It would be nice to be able to do enough outreach and meet new people and talk about what the coming out of. The Countess has offers in terms of membership so that we can hopefully bring on New People. I've got my job. Cut Out for me Teflon sells you have Tiffany any events that are coming up. Yes actually I have been asked by COPS to For My coven to be efficient of the bolt celebration in February. So we're looking forward to that. It's even nicer or more fulfilling. Now that I will also be the National First Officer of the Covenant of the Goddess to be able to do some outreach during that particular period of time and maybe encourage people to seek us out for membership in the covenant of the Goddess. It sounds great. I wanted to thank you again again for taking the time to speak with us. Do you have any social media or any sense that you'd like to help you just a yeah. We don't hear any particular. Social social media have created like facebook page at this point but you can find us at. WWW DOT lavender dragons dot com or you. You can look up. The APOLLO BROTHERHOOD DOT COM and I'm sorry just the Apollo Brotherhood dot com Novi in the right now the in front and those two are interlinked. You can get our information or you can obviously find us on which Fox okay. Well thank you for having thank you again and thank you to our listeners. For taking part in listening to her talk today with our guest. 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"jane block" Discussed on Closure Optional
"Yes. Yeah. And it's funny it's hard. It's so hard in that moment to listen to yourself. That's the dumb thing about this. I think in an meditations been one of the best things possible for me Moi as well being inside my body using my body as a physical thing that I have to be consciously aware of rather than my head, because I've typically being an anxious person grown up my whole life in kind of creative weird head world has been all my time up here in fantasy land, and very minimal time inside my body. Once I brought myself back down as my body really focus on, like, you know, having to pay attention how I move my body to be able to strike properly whatever was by spending time inside there. I realized that there is a lot of information inside my head at any given point that I have the choice to hear. Pause listen and act upon or I can just go on autopilot. Sometimes you need to be on autopilot. Sometimes it's just important to fucking get. Through whenever that thing is just have you had the whitish remind -ment to let your body just naturally do what it was trying to do in that situation. And says really interesting to watch how your body has these different states of being. And when you kinda put yourself in situations, sometimes have really hard, sometimes it takes a lot of fucking work ticket to that point to be able to get there. And then all of a sudden, you had this little moment, but what I realized is that the more I do that. And I become kind of aware of my own body him and the, the different voices that can come into my head. It's I can hear that thing. This is hey, you're about to do that thing again. Sure, you wanna do this, and I know that voice sounds, a lot different than the other voices that are, like, don't do this European shit. Because that's a really strong voice. What do you think you are? Who do you think you are like that is a, very common theme in its voice, that I've listened to for twenty two years of my life, and it's taken the last eight years to try and figure out how to stop it from being the dominant voice, but only knowing that there's other options out there the way that I can, you know? Yeah, exactly. And then there is the angel. There's a bit of a slept around the bomb getting on. No. Shame out. This is why like weed so much because we to me, personally, I've found that having this Brealey dominant doubt voice inside my head that, that usually speaks on my behalf. And usually drives me forward is all state of fear. It's all my every doubt. Worry fear of ever. Had a my license. I was four years old exists inside my head as this self. And it has an answer for every single situation. I go into, but when I notice this from a pretty young age, when I am stoned by myself, I have the opportunity to like, make friends with that voice in Ottawa and sounds really fucking schizophrenic. But I can sit there and be like. I understand why you're here, but you're not necessary. It's okay, it's all right for me to try stuff and then that thing in my head's gonna get, you know, you're, you're totally right. It's fine. We're relaxed one. I'm stoned. It's like and I don't mean that I can operate. I don't write Wellstone daily nine to five day today. Just doesn't work for me. I've tried that I've tried to smoke twenty four seven to see if that would help me and it doesn't it's like a diminishing return. I have these beautiful months where once or twice a week, I can get into the state of being where I can reassess that figure out what voices acting which ones not acting, but anyways going all the way back to talking about this lesson is that I always have that voice in the back of my head. Now, I'm completely aware of my kind of intuitive voice. That's like you're going to do this now. And sometimes I'll just drive straightforward and go. Yep. I am going to do this, and then it'd be like high didn't learn the lesson. But fine. I was here to tell you that, you know what? A right thing to do as in the situation, you're not gonna do it. Are you not not today? So fine. Fuck it go do the mistake, do whatever the thing is get to feel all the shitty things that you're gonna feel later. We'll still be here. I'm still your friend. It's okay, but you didn't learn list this Wilson, the these is a quote Ed Steitz pesonalities therapeutic work. And so we're going to lose different voices all. Almost lock almost look different filters in a sense to integrate and that's where the guy comes in the sense of self in to integrate all that into some sort of holistic sort of perspective and one that at organize it, basically, I said, we'll talk about this now the. The ego is locked just the conscious mind. So the conscious Mon is like a torch that you want go at into the dock naught with, and the dock Naw is your sub conscious and you can show you towards wherever you want. So think of a memory of any top that is you moving a lot to a sub-conscious pot of your Brian so that the, the, the conscious Mon is interrupting sub-conscious, all atoll in different ways on the conscious is bringing the subconscious to lot, and then he'd met therapeutic working go deeper into the unconscious and stop working on the unconscious process of your body, such as, hey, you're responding to luck the ACA pine from a chronic pines experience it had for long on the simplest way to do it is. And this is why meditation many meditation practices said a focus on your breathing because you order medically linking your conscious more into your unconscious. Because you're unconscious is. You breathing normally unconscious and says, that's the easiest way to Lincoln straightaway. And you linking it with a singular focus. You just fucking singly on your on your breathing. And that means you you've done you've linked perfectly and your order mightly going to into a lot trance. And that's how you that's why when I drawing along, and they focus so deeply on Knechtel Patten that I realized the haven't been paying attention to the ride for a minute oil, five minutes or even longer sometimes, and I just get on remember driving high. That's the stuttered trains at. It's not necessarily therapeutic trance does not want be one. That's good for them. Because if you're feeding negative fillets if you'll sitting there in that trains feeding the negativity and sending that signal back in your buddy Brian system. Then you've done bad therapy, or bad, so nice if you're doing an opposing by going, well, you know, dealing transmitting Akamatsu. In particular patents or feeling patents in a way that's going to be healthy for me than you've done. Good. Sophie passes essentially therapeutic work on yourself and development to work on yourself. But we'd have these these? This a lot of misconception about him. Nice is that? I'm go into a massive data will say that trance is something that experience everyday infected could be the always in transit just different levels of trance below guy into into that. I also reduce live out of beta alpha Steitz old, Tom, and sometimes you more even slightly touch on. I'm just dighly Weiquiang, active experience. And it's usually, these things usually when you've got singular focuses so God Ning washing the dishes, washing TV's, obviously, very come mom that you're putting yourself in a trance and allowing all that negativity ill, the not as the frequency. The got in the cool frequencies of have music is designed such in the full forty Hertz that Inova self is you putting transit listening to that bad for there. But then this, the news Sauckel and all the negativities around the drama or an old, old stuff that you you're putting yourself into a. Trance by Xining onto the putting yourself in Brian Wice died and allowing all that information to wash deepen de subconscious. That's why ause said, buddy will because I spend billions of dollars of on advertising people are in a trance and you're betting suggestions of boring those products, and I feel like it's free wills are really want that particular car. That's the one one. But everything gardening, rubbing block exercising exercising sourcing. You know, a lot of people who when I go for Ron old days. We'd thoughts stop hoping up our shit of gotta deal with that issue. These things, everything pops up because you, you giving yourself a singular focus on going to run into some exercise. And what happens when you've in focused by stike, the first things come Tim on sub-conscious organized as United with this, you need to do this, and do this, and it's up to us to do the therapeutically in developmentally or not. So we're not prices happens. Negative comes up to feed it and charge that and send it back into the system says conscious body Bryant system. Yes, that's exactly how you need to be thinking. And then you're training, subconscious think, and feel negatively because of that, or is it negative popping up, and as I mentioned, the Stott are us visualize action, even just unconsciously at this point, it's not something David do. On a conscious level of done so much meditational is wrapped in a Ryan balance. I see a lot of bitch. She'll back, you got it back into my system and site. You've got a deep of bad house philosophy to, to, to think about these things in and I will end and I'll give that, that, that secret. Now, one of the best things you can post me do if he so is think through the lens fee, think, and feel through the lens of gratefulness simply simple gratitude, because it's not just a marchioness of philosophies. Well, and if you can just be grateful for your whole life. Your holy distance regardless of whatever the rollercoaster wrought of happiness and sadness stroz, then you're, you're a y you filtering all of your experience through very, very powerful and healthy lens, essentially, I've heard a lot about this, and I've heard there's actually a lot of research onto about how good credited can be. But I find that. To be cynical. I guess into really. I don't know. Man, I struggle with gratitude. I really I find a lot of times it feels corny feels authentic, because I'm not sure either that I can't am am I that fucking damage that I can't feel gratitude. I mean like I don't understand. Why can I not offend typically I do have moments of it for sure like there. And I appreciate everybody in my life. I appreciate the onus my life. But I think I appreciate is easier for me to say that I'm grateful for, and I don't know what, what does that filter. What stops us from being authentically grateful, it's up to individual person? Donna, makes pasta the a lot of a lot of trauma stem back into before two years of age or into the famous, let's van urology built within the first two threes of existence, including as by in the tummy of mom. And so what mum's going through that? She's warring that tall buck that. So. She's very stress. You've already wide stress into the into the child a lot of that traumas do guy back to this, the answer to your personal story. What will say is that all had depression, phil-? I've attendees as a teenager and a young adult, and it was mortar falling went through process of going through synchronous St. I and then so starting to connect with connection. And it's got. This is really magical pot of easy since bet now that I've done this on fucked up off, gone Siamese dysfunction, with me really pull functionality and productive many levels on a deal with this took me years news to really come to into a least into mon- moment guy, part of the job of the journey of a Weiqing, because we don't white cop a little paper within the spiritual community shows gonna say before believed they're white, and I feel that helpful thing, that's actually quite restrictive because. Well, yeah. We feel where white them that men's does nemo nothing else to be done and low pay within the conspiratorial culture. I Blake there Weicker bat in reality that I haven't even looked at metaphysics lotta people in the metaphysics communities will spiritual communities. They're white headed looked at the material world. There's so much to be more conscious of until the while I look at it is just as a journey of expanding experience, cautious against not about Weiqing out that's only about being awake. It's about Weiqing up showy journey of that waking up, not just as bad just fawning self. That's also that car creating yourself, creating along that long lesion make that growth potential. Cape, Kate, manifesting ago, potential beginning back to the, the body Brian system. So for for fill the audience they I'm not sure that their way, but we have nearly runs wrought through body actually an artist brought in gripe from this do. Key questions. We've got all things I want to go back to actually completed a lot. So chromosome gets everything before we got this up. But gratefulness for me was a chi- will fill you start into connecting sciences. See the magic of law from the brains of law, and majesty of law, and even the mystery of, but you really messed up. So what he do about an familiar with simply just fooling on Bank rifle because a look at my well. Ever in Africa or in a developing country stopping and yeah, just managing your you don't just managing the civil, I've, you could easily thraw, if you own your loft that y you note in these circumstances, a it was very ribbon to doing it. But it was a bad comparison was locked MO my off. I ain't that bad suck it up, Princess. You should be grateful for your God, that that was that was plying input might just be grateful. My appreciate what you've got your could be. So much could be better off show, but you'll sort of in control of making it better might nightside instead of winching just get up and sorted out. So the thing and so that was where office dotted that process of bang, really grateful for everything ahead, regardless of the, the challenges, the challenges of the rollercoaster, sadness and happiness, lawf- and through the prices of gripe, furnace, a fan contentment the muck. Okay. I can actually speak pace everything. And so it's not actually happiness will because you could instantly be sad, very quickly, the traumatic event and look death of somebody Laval many, many things you could be sad. Very quickly. You be greeting very quickly, but you could be pace, whilst grieving, you can be okay with the fact that you are going through law, which is a Bollock ouster. And that's part of the Sauckel of experience of law and death Sauckel the process. So I'm just be content. With the fact that that is part of it. And this is your this particular pow, the Salko within your experience, as gripe from us in content absolutely massive for me, and I was able to melt away all of my because a little bit was expectations. A lot of it was pull may victim mentality. That's why a lot of it stems from. It's. Is expectation unrealistic expectations? A lot of people have this relationships, they put these unrealistic expectations on their partners or their potential partner on how they organizing. They will do I do I feel connected to this person enough to wanna continue relationship with them. But I stepping up themselves other actually meeting, these expectations didn't themselves first and foremost, and the majority of the time, it's not you are not stepping up a you've got these expectations on the people around you, but you not even making them in your own Lhasa once again. Can you attract that we'd show not happen? You love, if you kind of in love yourself, that, can you expect people ran due to be acting that way, if you'll not that yourself, if you're a functional that yourself, that's what's really important to go back within. And then you said this. Before really, well, a lot of the work I do. Clients is helping them to especially when it comes to empathy in instincts. Get home wanted to touch this potus, well, a little upon to Atwood's, and they really interacting with the world and to the point where they've got toxic empathy. The, the, the why they connecting with the energy of their experience is causing them than letting stuff into this system, different types of frequencies of information into the system that is talks EQ and the harboring that in, in them. And so I'm hoping a lot of people to bring it back into themselves. But themselves, just lace fond, what you'll unique bobble of experiences integrate that, organize that in a way that's going to be healthy for you to be at least granollers sent to yourself understand what you are understand what you need to reopen ause by consciously and unconsciously subconsciously within yourself to make you into a coherent bang in. Get your lies in hoping to coherence, physical as physical mental or physical Sokha, logical emotional spiritual. Philosophical intellectual behavioral recreational creation, relational social. We're gonna hey of lies of so that when need might show, we're healthy in and sexual and other be one six really talks pot of as a Saudi porn for men and control issues. Women in general at can swap by of course, snow, visit more of a generalization, but that's a massive one. And so we could be really healthy physically be talks on always allies their health. So, so important for us to, to understand at different lies of who we are workout. What's good? We got pretty down Pat and which ones be done, which ones over noise, and the whole point is to get us those into cow hearings through all those lies the best we can, which means we're incoherent amendment. Because the point isn't to to, to wake up in that seat with reach the peak of the mountain everything's done. The point is to become as as, as most lawn in Choon to a minute wrought. He had the best we can, which means we've dealt. With must be poss- Krupp. We not having stupid, unrealistic romanticize feelings of f- future. This thing wrong, we've desiring and, and having an objective in general way of where we should go and all the rest of it, and there's nothing wrong with having respect for audit, pasta and learning lessons and all that stuff. But it needs to be, again, that hominy thing to combat and say getting really connected to your mind is, is what the white king processes about. It's about real coherence in your mind, and then what should next challenge was what else is going to happen in the future? And then a lawn to that Choon to that and Mazda that all those layers with that's really interesting. I haven't heard it put that way. That's a really good point. What can you? You is there a way of identifying like symptoms of illness within those layers like so you talked about all the kind of various kinds. How do they show up? How do you know that you need to do work on a particular layer? Well, I mean that's just introspection. That's just being authentic. And again offensive is another word that's been trying to ran a lot, and it's at socks because it's that's really good bang on Rable and authentic to yourself. I and four months is so so important, so you just got to be honest with yourself. You've just got to be truthful. You're if you're gonna Laudi so from Bush's through reality, then that's what you're gonna do. That's you're gonna be incoherent going to be connected with your truly are, so it's up to each individual to work that for themselves. It's just the symbols can manifest an infant wise. It's not. What would you say? It would be something like you know, that voice come up like he's gonna learn this lesson and you don't learn the lesson. Like, if you feel maybe you notice yourself doing pattern that feels unhelpful or he feel bad. You experienced shame, maybe something like that. Like are those kind of triggers, it should like I'm just thinking for a person who probably has spent no time thinking about themselves, but they're they don't feel content. They don't feel comfortable or they're suffering from exile or they're stopping themselves from doing cool shit that they wanna be doing. They're not doing it. Like, are there little tangible steps like little signposts for somebody to start looking for in their own life to help them to start to uncover where those issues? The patents because okay if you got similar patents that happen. Your law food end up with more or less assigned to the result, such as a relationship by Gan around this particular issue. Then maybe you need to do. Look yourself go ham WI fi to spend that on the on the common denominator in this patent nothing to me. So maybe something within made on to resolve instead of blaming partners or blaming, whatever it might be would have a coldness blindness him people who pushed the responsibility of consistent, these things that consistently happened into their laws onto something else. Government rely partners, parents friends, whatever it might just experience. It's God's fault. You've got to bring it back into yourself and just you'll harboring, the conditions within us to manifestos realities. Look, what we talked earlier with the interesting idea, would you mind explaining that, again, as such an interesting concept this parcel of the body? This power saw its of energy as parasol the non-physical Rome, this is for the, the physical room and parcel. It's necessarily evil bad or anything like that. That just the just think I have lost their until June organizations of information essentially that way, the providing the conditions for them to be housed in you or not sometimes you can be infected on a physical roam and be just tight the wrong thing. And because, you know, the way the sitting when you get away, you take certain medicines, or you get you make sure that you caring for yourself in particular wise. So you mean system, just go bat and sold. Up. She'll that's the same on that Rome was flu or yet that, yeah, exactly. Exactly. But ultimately, we can't we can't heal any of the sorts of old, remove all transcend all many ways to describe it to, to ensure the we're not harboring, those things anymore and that is about setting the conditions for the nestles through meditation through inside. Medicines whatever whatever happens to be. And so you can. So if you are kind of, like consistently harboring, these toxic negative thoughts and at that is kind of an interesting way to visualize it as this thing that it's not it's not something that's a attached itself to you. Like you don't have a demon that needs exercising in a way. It's like what conditions have I created to allow this thought to grow and blossom inside me? It will naturally go to take care of yourself in the Rottweiler. But this'll gets down to those going to before the body Brian system is that we have a hot Brian of about forty thousand euros, a know soles, so hot is literally, a little miniature Brian tummy has one hundred million euros on our souls, and it is actually lucky. It's called the tummy Ryan the second, Brian the little Brian's with call up and eight hundred million your own. So it's about one percent. The computer power saws the computer power of the big cerebal Brian six hundred billion euro in ultimately, this is still, an independent, Brian analyzing, and concluding from environmental stimuli information for ma'am, vomit, the cerebral Ryan, the tummy, Brian used to be the one thing in the famous about a month into development and then at a certain stage, they sip right to become too independent Brian's. Suit connected Baugh, the spinal cord nervous system, the respite to these different information pricing centers in body, that haven't urology that have in fact must fail. Niro chemicals, transmit is not a credit tummy, Sutan duck main all this stuff. When people feel the biff got got instinct or got feeling that literally have got I got feeling because that is literally a Brian. That's phenomenal. So that's why a lot of anxiety comes from the tummy because we don't we don't listen to guts. We listen to a hot it wouldn't people feel hot break ins because they literally feels like it's a Brian, that's weeping and crying on amazing. In fact, the heart is knowing years, Paphos, the other Brian's intensive pricing information, but it is ball, this different ways looking at that, but ultimately, it's. It's hot. Brian hasn't let you have magnetic field five thousand move Tom's more powerful than Esera group. Ryan. So when here, LSU, magnate field, actually going at a random bodies, which is fatal something quite large. We actually interrupting environment all the time on electromagnetic level with passing information. Just let you all sitting close enough for fields to be connecting. We're passing information on that level loan. Just like if you feel a vibe from some this. Yeah. That's in wishing again, I would look at his mole in addition of the hot instinct of the tummy, something like that, the Biddle, information's being fed threat system in the old three Brian's, and your whole body. Brian eventually comes into some sort of copier so lawmen bubbles up a message to consciousness. So this is where it gets interesting. So. The sought some solid of people and m are machines and said to them. What is the what do you believe left a wrought? Yes. On. So the awesome question and the research is able to predict up to ten seconds, pro add to that person, being consciously a way of them making a decision. So essentially the bodies making decisions all the time know unconscious before we consciously aware of it, and then rob before a bubbles up to conscious awareness with agree with the decisions of the body and say, yes, I'm gonna perpetuate that all the small window of opportunity where will say, not all wanna think differently, and this is where hitting therapy comes in, because the body's Brian's and making decisions by some experiences, traumas beliefs. Philosophies, the whole the whole, so it, it's patents programs. It's habits and what our job is to if we want to change people. Ghairat this news resolution on going to IBM say and tone. I file in the reasonable that file is because we didn't have that taught that is moving their Lauren this sub-conscious that torch more to said, I agree on making this these Chinese choices. But the haven't changed into our dock nece, the hunter sub-conscious of the body. And so the whole point. If you Termine enough, if you'll strong enough committed discipline is there, you will send that signal damage to your body Bryant system over and over and over again repeat repeat repeat repeat repeat on changing, I'm gonna lose white, or I'm going to give up smoking, or whatever it might be. And that he's lock an inefficient way of changing your buddy, Brian system, the most efficient way to do it is through meditational civic menaces all sing, therapists, such as myself because we're hacking from the bottom up, shutting down that critical more basically switched off the torch for a little bit of lowering it down. And we're going straight into the doctors and we're, we're betting the new instructions news gestures into the dock -ness of the sub conscious and the unconscious and reciting misses the new pattern and I literally side. This is the new patent. This is lock on credit at tunnel on sloshing strike through all of it. I mean betting this to your call. What you'll do is you'll listen to a recording of it. The. Next week or two and reinforce that, that new patent deep new cool, and I'll give you some techniques from the top down, so to intervene when the old patent wants to remain because they're all patent remand fisting, and you're to respond to the particular whites of reinforce the new patent of sim bedded into. That scientists that's it works thing about these good analogy the old patent the, the size the habit of stress orange Audie. It's like blow warn path for the jungle, and it's very easy. Full. If environmental stimuli pops up that is stressful to you feed in Europe. Neurology hike. That pile is stressing Audie. Bad feeling crab cortisol adrenaline lace band stress response than respond system in harbor, Dr not good for system. What therapy or selfishness stars is essentially a bulldozer and just create a new path for the jungle, if you did it yourself through meditate meditation session being much quicker. But if you're doing it through just simple top dance changes, he basically, go to go to get a machete and chopping yourself. And then eventually when the nutri the, the trick is from new experience, come up, you you've got to you'll. You'll have to grab machete and stop keep trumping, new path to the point, where if you determined enough, you will create that new path, and the OPA will eventually go ova. That's so nice. Nicest meditation therapy can come in create new path pretty quickly and just keep repeating repeating that pop grow really quickly. And suddenly, you've got a new default response to your environmental stimuli really what it is. You're basically trying to have what, what do I want as more response to more reality to be anxious on, if you don't want to be anxious for you to create your body binds system bought that now again, there's nothing wrong with stress. There's nothing feeds nothing with anger, or any of these things sadness, all part of the spectrum of mush Knipe at all. But if Astra's respond system is overly activated fish. Specially many either go through guy. Full, you'll flooding system, cortisol and journal and all these things that are great in short term, that long-term. They. Causing destruction says, stress is literally Kohl's souls. Ongoing stress is the source of sire many diseases out there and Sinton because it's just a symptom of that problem. So I'm not I'm not manifest, according to whatever genetic sequencing is, and this is another story. Genetics. Be sentenced on perfectly. That's it. You've got your genetic sets it. That's true. Something could epigenetics and what that means is that your involvement stimuli? Activites deactivate Sitton Jane's, certain genetic sequences side. Just because you, you might have set ability to having a particular disease, because it's probably family tree doesn't mean you have that you'll you might have some sick and stances that he the active that Jane blocked tro, Marlet of you'll have experiences that they activate the drain such as meditation and it healthy eating and healthy lawf-, sort of thing we've go control about all that. So it's a relatively control pretty strong control. If we're turning those crap, we're gonna get results if returning squad. Well we results. It's interesting when you think about that on a grand scale on larger scale systematically, it does kind of make sense to me. Why we are so sort of overall destructive, because our individual choices often are instantly gratifying, but overall destructive and we operate in that state all the time. I, I, I find it amazing that we can't see that killing the entire on rainforest to make lipstick is a bad idea. Do you know what I mean like fucking stupid? It's like to get more palm oil to make more lipstick we we're going to remove the lungs of the planet. Everything could be done with him. So that's kind of where probably a good place to think what time did we finish? Oh my God, we've talked for an hour and fifteen minutes. This will be a good way to finish. This is on this individual scale we are so susceptible to these patterns of self-destruction. We don't seem we can't seem to see past the instant gratification to the end result. And that's why it's magnified in our greater culture as well. That it's okay for us just destroy the planet because for some dumb reason we can't see on the other side of it. What's your thought on that, like, how do we collectively come together that start making some tangible changes? This comes down to. We will question before about what I clicked goes should be one of my sickle back to it, because we do need everybody on asked on the same team. The best we can win Rickett we need to work with people in the system to work with people at sought of it in terms of the actual governmental system and all the rest of corporate systems. I think it's important that we look at, at humanity as a team in other sabbatical within the team, I think we need to look at it as we're all going through individuals stages, development and are sitting stage. At our levels, you know, not just about the holistic level, but also different levels so commit before we really strong philosophically, but really unhealthy physically something, for example. So it's important that we just accept each other the best we can, and just be a really chilling knowing that we are on the same team in Iran stage of development but individually and collectively around stage of development as well. And so, I think we can be a bit forgiving bit more forgiving tool their souls, as Spacey's as well, because if you have a look at the calls fair history, we have a very bloody history got a lotta collected comma to deal, we got individual comedy, collected comma, and we're still by bees. As an advanced civilization. E that I would just, just sort of coming to Silva win as rotten out. In fact, there some people who are away this over where they're so for wet older away. They're away this over with most people. The style yourself awareness, even some animals have low level sofa awareness. I think the next is that is being aware of way, and that's when you can stop being very introspective in philosophical, and you can kick going in that process, I think, humanity in general, is just coming to the fact that their way this overweigh. Liberal, that means still by a long way to go. So we can be forgiving. Bet that, but we are at a critical point in history. Are we at a full in the road? Humanity has now connected on. I plant trees skull, and we sharing session. It's tiny sleep through the internet. And that has been a cool of massive explosion of cautious and information on many, many different levels fantastic tool, but it's also been a curse many Little's as well. The internet was originally discentralising now. It essentially is now mice traffic through particular, big tech sought, and all the rest of it, and therefore information control is coming down with the censorship issues being coming up in just for quick response to censorship. We need internet Bill of rights, immediately, Milton aid, to have transitioned, the riot price networks, digital it's one of its original mandate supposed to ensure the free flow of information. We gotta dictatorial. Government that manifested, so that we could to revolt against it. We need to make sure we do that the trans to the digitalized, which means building in software and hardware packages into this stripe framework to ensure was navigating for censorship and maintaining free speech through different social media media a mouse. So this is of stuff that's very important as we move forward. But yeah, we're regains. The point burn the full in the riot. And it's just it's amazing to him to bay. It's a massive my in human history. And we've probably done this irate ever over Guinness. The first time we've probably got many ancient civilizations that have reached the peak and fall and, and not only that, but in this hormone public influential monster done this every night again. Well, that's what is look. This is just one big metaphysical man. This magic and mystery and to really enjoy the mystery to really enjoy the magic, and even joy the madness because we're all fucking crazy. Little bit. A little bit. But ultimately becomes. But also, we, it's important that we do take care cels into the integration, and coherence prices, Vanessa, does an onerous so that we can go out and proper sevice, or call the service will the spiritual service, very important that we do K, and we've got an obligation to give back once you've given to us souls. That why that's falling balanced between so fishnets and selflessness. Very, very important that ultimately is comes back the collective goals. We are now at a point collectively, we've got a Mike choice. Several choices to be one control or do we want freedom to want centralization or do you want they centralization to do? We want telltale racism and authoritarianism, or do we want individual a national sovereignty, and to be one monopolization, or do we want luck was Isan? So if we focus and unit not have any authoritarianism we live in. Black watt Yunyang. There is a Jew jewel s bet for one thing, where to thing, also everything else rainbows colors of manifestation all these different levels. And so it's important to understand that. Yes, is always going to be a little bit of crisis and evil in you know all the rest of it in the world. Negatively? And that's just the constructed rain on one lamp, and so never going to get rid of that. And why you want to either. But we are going into imbalanced point, where this centralization laws action is, is actually aiding. A Y at Jimenez is eating away at planet. It's aiding. Wire Dow Esau and many levels and said, we need to have an effect response that affect response is the opposite. It's not rocket science to me, it's just gotta to do the opposite of what the problem is and said, I could benefit in many, many tops allies. But ultimately, it is about freedom. It is bet sovereignty, and is about having that own fool them. And he's owning SSU system and the ultimate, that's what everybody wants. Everybody just wants to be, you know, respect and left line and do thing. And ultimately, that's what not sure lorries is that h individual has the supreme authority over themselves while still being held accountable for doing now. Unless in self defense. We should be respected him. His first and foremost gets a bit gray area here national when it comes to. Well, if you sell harm you closing harm to family, friends and stuff, I always nuances to these things, but as a general principle, and it's really important that we respect that, and that needs to being coded deeply into. How social system so on a planetary stage. We're gonna haul host of concerns all of these big, big issues again still babies. But recall some pretty Vance weaponry and stuff, the things that we need to consider. But I think that in a strike, we've got an opportunity to really be a leading lots at gore, as Sean in lot on the world stage, because we used to have facade as we used to have monetary sovereignty and the national public Bank, which was the Bank of strike between twelve and nine twenty three it was provided as a true more or less must alone that Tong of writers, the, the best example of public central Bank had in this reality. And we'll the essentially means is that it's not socialism communism what it means is that instead of our wing barring money of poverty. Banking cattles and having an own debt to them, we just issue the credentials because what is money. That's just fight by system. And therefore, they trying Dala is literally credible the strike PayPal. We, we are the create is the county that we are just learning it off proverb thanking councils makes absolutely no sense. The system we have brought now is that the we buy Szekely are the bankers, and the docs in the monopolies. They're enriching themselves through the system. That's they cried money out of nothing or your mortgages or your lines or your credit card debt all about his new money didn't come from new account anywhere else. The Bank is create that money and then you pay it back. They reward from the system. So the money no longer exists. It's just too late. It off a spreadsheet, essentially, and they get to keep the profits. So we can actually do that Astles if we used to when run by Denison, militants and Mila is one of the strikes, righteous on. Son heroes. He what he did in is ease was phenomenal. And there will be documentary that might vary. One dot com to see that somebody out there. Bloody Mike it because he's a absolute legend what did you for a country, and we will be going back to that model. We will be on. There is so much expansion happening. Stryer. There's so many patriot movements coming together. This so many people who are very, very concerned about the issue where we're going to this global dictatorship this club will government glove will counc-, whatever they're trying to do these multibillion is if not train is created these international corporations. She's the World Bank the oil math. They u n all all that's linked bail, asked Beckman national Senate, settlements these people what they wanted to do the right thing Bosh Mandy. We would have a whole different world have proven with the results in the ground that I do fucker bat us. They give fucker bet themselves, that it's very clear just by looking at the how every -ality. Ladies unfolded, including the disaggregation of Ambaum with nine about him for longtime. We've been using it for bloody thousands of years being as a SuperFood. I can feed we'll start away. Everybody's all these developing nations just need to start growing the hint that ended pitcher kit. Petrochemicals very little need a third, the amount of water is cotton at is I food that could literally heal the world very, very favorable ver-very quickly and not only that can build a houses at 'cause it's the strongest plus ten times, stronger than bloody steel is had plastic. It is, you can cry you clothing as said you buildings, basically, everything can do on the Loule amazing actually incredible. And it's all been said, March, basically just because of money because because of the cotton industry because the pharmaceutical industry medicines. And also the pitcher chemical industry because. I didn't need laws as spies and whatnot. They're the three industries, but stall hint from us. And if these will systems and institutions really kid humanity that would reverse a long long ago ham Stryer might. It's gonna be a huge revolution for strident. If we do this, if we get at public Bank back on a national scowl, and had a decentralized network of local public banks, as well dies local public banks, instead of reaching province bankers shareholders, most of which arrive go overseas. Anyway, we can stop feeding that money that prophet interest back into their communities to deal with timelessness poverty, always socioeconomic issues, drug addiction we can, we can start dealing with the money to do that. And so we can we've gotta make sure they pretty much the one two punch of bringing back to the papal, and we're gonna exciting future that to look forward to, but we do need to work together. I mean do need to focus on these coal infrastructural changes that reneted public banking and hemp and also on the principal changes your neighbor need to stop respecting people's freedom. Let them. Into the fuck. They won't stop getting in people's why people can do whatever the hill one as long as a causing harm gives us sheet with. I don't understand what people care deeply about what other people want to do, and do whatever you want, just, I'm calls home. That's it. Yeah. And then and then we'll get along this phone. If people want to take action right now if you got a refined, you find out more about what you're doing found you originally through five trillion. Their group would else's there. We'll off web sorts of he'll by nicest comb? His more Soka therapy, therapeutic whipsawed by vice defy Citians what clinic here in. Coffs Biddle Sohan lawn services both of interested in that go there, I'm one of our websites is will push into being dot com. It's just got a whole host of information of been up there for several years old Alec. I've been fortunate after for some really be international platforms and reach into the means Maine's people through my article, so of really fortunate to get a lot of emotion out there before the algorithms and the rhythms go hold of the independent media of racing, and destroyed many, many good platforms because. Though tone the truth. So that's, that's quite unfortunate. But yeah, okay. Again, this is a spoiler sick. Another get since ship. That's it should be a big focus of as I'm but yeah, that, that web sought mal YouTube channel Dorset media, as podcasts on the on the bit relaxed a battle, and I'm put up content all it's still feel like a need to revive the stri is now was born out of the in chapter of the elevator movement. We bicycle with goosing Oli, Sosa things, one, contributed to that prices. And basically, would we want to help revive astray als in, and we need to make sure that we understand had the system has been scammed to UNSCOM it, and that's essentially what we what we focusing on and helping people to essentially in this election to be smart with the about and look good? It's not this not perfect candidates every way. I mean Rickman chick, the gresh Ryan potty, which is. Is they've got candidates for the Senate roll around a strike. They want to return back to constitution which giving us the, the book that gives the thirty for government to exist in the first place, the government on hearing the people in the governor this I on in hearing to that rule. Then it's alternately treason. 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