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"lynne twist" Discussed on Get Real or Die Trying with Amadon DellErba

Get Real or Die Trying with Amadon DellErba

01:30 min | 2 months ago

"lynne twist" Discussed on Get Real or Die Trying with Amadon DellErba

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"lynne twist" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"lynne twist" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"It what is H. nation what is the PBS series what is the effect taking place the convention center right with George and Sabina Campanelli all right so hopefully people are now kind of you know figure out what we're talking so you had twenty two wonderful presenters along with you to do these forty episodes yes yes who directed it who who wrote it who scripted a hookah kind of laid out the story board for the for the sedan and I co produced the series I directed the series darn I have I have a lot of shops in television production okay initial of ME and produced almost three thousand hours of of television for early pay cable for some early P. B. S. and some network stuff okay knew how to do this I know how to do it this week yeah and so the great thing is that all twenty two authors twenty authors plus a dina and you and me okay all of them committed to do this without fees because they are so supportive of this whole question of what happens when we age in America what happens as we're growing toward that what do we do to support older relatives and family members who need support marginalized and how do we capture and retain the wisdom of our elders so I mean this is really important topic AL Ross has also for younger people at eighteen it's our grandparents you've got or you know lance and uncles that they're concerned about anything so important the responsible for yeah they're going to learn a lot about how they can read or write it on TV then in and real in real life going through something that you have not no idea what's happening to everybody else it is but it's also for younger people because people who want to build better relationships who want to know more about long term use of money in abundance on you you know want to know more about health care it's for them as well as people this is the best people talking about it sorry so I distracted myself as as he question who are some of these people is your chi gong master yeah remaining time heating dong cool guy yeah yeah he did he did a terrific job where to see his special and will have clips of everybody who's in it and they're gonna show also some of the some of the paper thank you George keep us on track so Lynne twist when twist is one of the leading experts on money in abundance in the world is amazing she has an organization called the soul of money he raises millions of dollars every year and support of what's called the pot to mama alliance which underwrites and funds tribes in the Amazon fifty four hours ago she began the hunt with the hunger project yeah so linds phenomenal mad David Suzuki one of the most renowned environmentalists in the world he's a geneticist as well and eighty three years old and he just is on fire when it comes to helping and protecting the planet Gregg Braden spirituality and science brings those two worlds together Santa Fe native around Bruce slipped and talks about the biology of belief and the way we can improve and have much greater control over our health when we pay attention to the beliefs that affect us Joan born Sanko who lives here in Santa Fe triple doctorates from Harvard talks about spirituality and a motion minorities and mind body health doctor Larry daw see a very you know claimed physician and author and he lives in Santa Fe has well will be there and his his book on one this is one of the most amazing books will ever read all right come back with more the presenters bore the author's part of his forty series.

"lynne twist" Discussed on Wealth Done Differently - Retirement

Wealth Done Differently - Retirement

07:16 min | 2 years ago

"lynne twist" Discussed on Wealth Done Differently - Retirement

"To be philanthropic Ortiz? That flow of this currency to continue the, the good store is to build on the good stories to build on your wins, and again, what you talked to as is hospice, hospice ING leading, leading things die that, that need to die that are no longer serving us. I personally feel that the traditional idea of retirement needs to be hospice that it is dying, because people are living longer in. They have so much opportunity to continue to share their gifts their skills. Their passions their time with the world with the wisdom that they've gleaned. Over the years. And how do they use the financial resources wisely? And what's, what's changing around that? So I so appreciate, you know, your stories your vision, your stepping into your offensively in your truths who live that out again. I think it's such an inspiration for for so many and I, I hope we can have another conversation. Another time. We've got our time limited today. Is there any just as we wrap this up any additional pieces, that you would want to share with our listeners, or are how they can get a hold of you? I know your website has several different webinars and courses that people can take on how to have healthy relationships with with money. Can you share help you can get a, a hold of your team, whether it's the punch mama instant hutch mom alliance or the soul of money institute? Yes, I'll, I'll just say patch. Mama dot org. P. A. C. H. A. M. A. M A. Pasha mama. That means mother earth. Auto mama dot org is the work we do with the indigenous peoples of the sacred headwaters of the Amazon and, and conscious committee, people all over the world for the sustainability of life itself. That's there's a whole world, there courses all over the world. Eighty eight countries on bringing forth in environmentally sustainable spiritual filling socially just human presence on this planet, which is the mission of Putnam lions. And then the soul of money institutes, you can go to Seoul of money dot org or Lynn twist dot com, and there's all kinds of wonderful juicy things there, too. And then I also work with the Nobel women peace prize laureates, the women who won the Nobel peace prize, and that's Nobel women's initiative, Nobel women's initiative dot org. So those are my kind of three main ways to get in touch with the say, one of the thing, there's a, there's such an important aspect of elder hood. Now, I think because of the information age there, so much information and so much knowledge available at the fingertips of every living human being now. Like never before as we all know and it's kind of doubling every seems like every minute, but doubling every year very few years. And so people who are actually wisdom keepers like people like you Danielle myself, who are lived for decades. Our, our presence in the world is more important than ever wisdom needs to be brought forced to balance the enormous power of knowledge and information so people in our stage of life have never been more important to a healthy civilization. And we're not smarter than or anything than younger people. It's appear relationship. Now that's probably the first time in history I can barely turn on my television, without my grandkids. But they lack the depth of sole in wisdom, that I know they must have to be able to deal with the on onslaught of information that's available to them, as they engage in, in the digital world in everything else, that's coming their way, artificial intelligence, augmented reality, so we have a really important role, and we can't retire from that, right ever. Very excited about that aspect of it. That's my, my inspiration. I it was my kids and now it's, it's the grandkids, and to see how fast the world is changing, and that we have such a vital role in. It is a it is a calling. And I thank you so much for our time again. I hope we can do it again. I, I know our paths are going to cross again, soon, and people can reach out to me at WWW wealth by design number four letter, u dot com to continue this conversation on how to, you know, look at your financial life to have a good relationship with money so you can experience and fulfil your your place in your calling in life. Thank you so much for our time today, Lynn I'm truly honored to have you and this has been wonderful. Thank you, Jan Yali love talking, you anytime. Anytime. It's much as possible. Lovely lovely. Okay. Thank you, Eric. I will tell you this. I'm so glad I didn't have to talk earlier. Because when you have a lump in your throat, your throat tightens. And it's really hard to talk. I mean, that was absolutely beautiful an amazing story. And and I kinda wanna end on, on, on one thing here, a quote comes to mind as you were talking about not being a succession plan, and I know Daniel also subscribes to this work beyond her right? Is not her work. She's doing what she's supposed to be doing, and she's quipping people for the next generation, and the next generation and beyond and for you to say that it really brought to mind something that we talked a little bit about before the podcast. And that's the my wife and I used to work at boisterous, and father Edward Flanagan was the gentlemen, that founded boy's town back in nineteen seventeen in his quote fits, exactly, the, the mindset that I hear from you and yellow consistent basis. And the quotas the work will continue. See whether I am there or not because it is God's work not mine. And he died in nineteen forty eight and voice down is alive and well today and I know that your organization will be alive and well. In hundred years, one hundred fifty two hundred years because the mindset that you have, and the impact that you're making is it crosses time, because it's not your work, and I appreciate that about, thank you so much for being a guest on on podcast today. Daniel, you picked a winner. I'll tell you that it was what a great podcast. Thank you. And will we will talk soon and have a amazing time? I know you're getting ready to head back down to the rainforests and enjoy your time with grandkids and, and all that spring brings to fruition for real.

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"lynne twist" Discussed on Wealth Done Differently - Retirement

Wealth Done Differently - Retirement

12:25 min | 2 years ago

"lynne twist" Discussed on Wealth Done Differently - Retirement

"For Mother Theresa. Everyone is Christ. She she saw Christ in every face. And she saw Christ in those people she was not angry with them. She was not obsessed with them. I was and she was fine with them. And then I sat in my hotel room is crying, and I wrote her a letter and I said, I received the greatest teaching all Mother Theresa that I've ever had my life when you were so generous and kind to the people who were so wrote to you, and she wrote me back. She said the most amazing thing she said, Lynn, you are naturally, drawn to the underserved underprivileged to the needy to the marginalized to the left out. You will always serve them, but your circle of compassion needs to expand to the wealthy to the entitled to the rude to the arrogant, and she said, the vicious cycle of wealth in be as painful, and as intractable, and has blinding and as horrific as the vicious cycle of poverty. And it's your Dharma to help people of great wealth to find their soul to find their center to find ways to soften and open their heart again, because their heart is hardened and they're in a vicious cycle that you could never understand. But you need to include expand, awaken your circle of compassion to include the very wealthy. And it was from then on that, I realized as a fundraiser, which I was at that time and still am that I had become that I had a bigotry prejudice. You might say reverse prejudice from what's, what's some of us are always working on. I shut those people out and not anymore. Now, I see how Horton it is to deal with the, the burden the blindness, the vicious cycle of wealth. And to see Christ. Those people, too. Okay. I have tears coming down the same way. I did. When I read that in your book, and that profoundly that story profoundly inched my practice as a certified financial planner and his life planner, you know, the goal of probably ninety five percent of investment managers is to help people build more and more wealth. And that's stories so shaped the trajectory of my work and impacted me to say it is so much more than just building up bigger Barnes, and, and having more and you talk about enough any talk about living in the beauty of our e- enough nece every day. And as I have continued to look at where I have been placed in the roaring fork valley of, of Colorado, with Aspen, it, one side and Vail at the other, and, and the clients have had opportunities to, to walk alongside in looking at what money means to them, and knowing that it is a flow of their intention, and that money can be used as a a tool. Throughout your life, and our financial services world in the media tells people that it's about getting to that retirement line in the sand. And so as you look at, you know, hospice in retirement, the idea that it isn't about stepping over that line in the sand and you are, you are walking the walk, you are completely engaged in the world. You are bringing your unique skill sets in your story to the table to share with people, and you continue to be vulnerable in your work. And I see you as. Such a inspiration on what it means to truly flourish in life in your second year second half and I aspire to do that myself. But what, what words of wisdom, can you speak to our listeners on, you know, heading into that second half of life. And how to grab a hold of living it to the fullest. Oh, gosh. Well, thank you for that kind assessment of me. I'm not sure that I can live up to what you just said. I mean but anyway. Well, I'm not I'm not someone who will ever quote retire. In other words, stop working. So that's just not a goal that I have. I think it's a wonderful goal for other people, and it's just not one for me because I what I call a proactive est not an activist, but a proactive, est and activist for not against that doesn't mean I'm not interested in on Raveling that which stands between us and the world we want, but I'm not against it. I'm interested in hospice in its natural unfolding and disintegration because that which is unsustainable is dying and structures and systems that no longer service are falling away in society and civilization. And if we hospice them, they'll die more gracefully. They served us you know, certain ways of the economic system, old old outmoded kinds of edge. Location or governance, these things that are, that are no longer working there, dying their natural death. We don't need to attack them or kill them when you to hospice them. So they gracefully let go while we midwife the structures and systems that we now know will serve us. And now that we understand our relationship with each other in the planet at a at a new level. But that's also true in one's life. It's true in this civilization, which were living, but it I think it's also true in your life that you start not being so interested in things that when you were younger really captured your attention, and even became you know, your agenda and to let those things fall away naturally to, to younger people to your children grandchildren are the people who work with you who are different stage of life, and not try to hang on to things that are no longer yours. That's the process. I'm in with autumn alliance. The org. Relation that might have been, I founded we're in a process that some people probably would name it succession, but we don't call it that we don't want to try to find somebody who will replace us because we're not going away. But rather we call it continuity continuity in continuation and making this phase of our life as the kind of wisdom keepers of the punch lines in the wisdom, keep Bruce of our family to actually recognize that we want to ensure the continuation or the continuity of the values the source, fullness, the ethics that we have held dear but allow that to be expressed in ways that are more fitting for the generations that follow that are more appropriate to the new and unfolding story that we're living in and so with, with your own financial resources, and I know that's really how you work with people. I think it's true with that, too. To if we're all about amassing enough because we're terrified we're gonna run out. Then we were so self absorbed in so self kind of focused that the flow that we've enjoyed perhaps or the flow that we'd now enjoy in our life of resources that flow to us in flow through us. They get kind of caught. There's a wonderful metaphor that brother David Stempler Ross uses in, he talks about the ACEA of Galilee. And how the sea of Galilee is this beautiful, beautiful body of water? That is fed by the wonderful river that the river Jordan, and it, it has birds flowers, fish flourishing in it's it's just a core. Just gorgeous body water. But then there's that same river Jordan feats. The see another see that has no fish and no. Detaille Shen and has no life, and that see is called the Dead Sea, and it's the difference between these two bodies of water is the, the, the galley Gibbs, what receives it passes it on the Dead Sea, does not, there's no outflow to the Dead Sea. And I think when we're in our later years, philanthropy, and continuing to allow the flow of the ethics of moral compass, that we've lived with, and the what we care about to be even if it's small an important part of what we are continuing or of that continuity that we care about. I think that's really really really important for ticker Lii in the in the final chapters of one's life, because it is your relationship with a long term future of life. And we are the. Could say in the in the large continuum in the long game we have ancestors that we that we are the, the fruit of a blossom on, on that lineage, we're live now and the people who follow us will be the next fruit on the blossom of that lineage. And we want to be responsible for completing things that you don't want to be passed on inappropriate habits addictions, anything that's been abusive in a family lineage, but we do wanna pass on the ethics the grace, the, the beauty the, the, the clarity of wisdom that is to pass on. So this is a time of discernment of discernment, and money is, is the energy that we can use to express or actually uses a conduit, a current for our expression. Our love. That's why it's called the currency her and see. Well, I see that as when you're talking about, what things do we need to hospice. What things do we need to end and looking at what your your vision of your legacy and moving forward? So how do you use your money? Whether it is to invest in, in companies that you believe in that are, are serving the world that have good corporate cultures or understanding how money is coming into your life in in you use it wisely for the purposes in, in the intention, so not only is it about full philanthropic work. But to me, it's you know, we can take it in so many different more more directions in truly understanding in this fall season of life how to best use the resources that are coming into you and how to. Side. How much is enough for your own personal lifestyle or liquidity? And and how do you want to educate the next generation on, whether it's your your, your values or how you want to

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"lynne twist" Discussed on Wealth Done Differently - Retirement

Wealth Done Differently - Retirement

10:29 min | 2 years ago

"lynne twist" Discussed on Wealth Done Differently - Retirement

"Let me say, I'll address the question resonate answer it because the, the experience I had with Mother Teresa and the couple who interrupted are very holy needing change. The course of my life quite dramatically all kinds of ways, and I'll just give you my, my condensed version because I could do take take a couple hours till that story. So I, I was working very, very devoted -ly. You could say almost in a way, that was hashing beyond what could imagine on ending world hunger, and was that takes you to India. If you're going to end world, hunger, you spend a lot of time in Africa, all of sub Saharan Africa. And India Indian subcontinent where where we had a lot of operations for the hunger project, lots of work that we were doing there. And I was raised as a cast. Can always thought I would while to just be in the same room or presence her world. With Mother Teresa, and I had a friend in India, who her nameless, Indira quite tra-. When I shared with her how much I love Mother Theresa and admired her, she said, Well, I, I know other trees, I can range a meeting, and I just kind of stunned, and then two years, later really of back and forth. India, many times in between I contacted Indira in Delhi, and just to say Hello. And she said, well, you know it's so funny. You're calling me Mother Teresa's here in Delhi, at her orphanage for little girls. I'll see if I can arrange a meeting tonight, and she did she arranged a meeting for seven pm. So I did everything I could to get myself spiritually and emotionally ready for meeting, one of the great icons of our time. And when I arrived at the area in Old Delhi. Where Mother Teresa's orphanage was one of many in the world, there was a, a. Courtyard. And then there was two steps leading up to a doorway modest doorway with the sign of Mother Teresa over. It's a the missionaries of charity with the famous blue and white sorry picture of a non white sorry that they all wear. And so as I was approaching the door, there's a there was a crumpled piece of newspaper on the step. And I'm a trash picker upper everywhere I go, and that's a big project Indy. I could tell you and I picked up this trash and inside. There was a tiny tiny tiny baby girl. It was a smallest human being of ever seen in my life. She was the same size as my hand. She was obviously, very, very premature. She was still breathing and she was alive, and she was in this crumpled up pieces, newspaper newspaper that I thought was trash. So that was my first shocking encounter with Mother Teresa's world, and I. Took this little tiny tiny human being and wrapped my Schaller out her, and then walked into this orphanage in there were thirty nine cribs iron cribs with three or four little baby girls in each crib, and then jet, like, gymnastic mats on the floor with many more babies or babies babies babies babies babies, all little girls, except for one boy, and the nun who opened the door, I handed her this tiny tiny little, baby. And I said, this was on the Torah step, and she rushed the baby into another room and said, Mother Teresa's not here. I know you have a meeting with her, but she's gone to the to the jailhouse to bail out some young beautiful prostitutes who you know, who lost their way and hoping that they can come here and help us with the children. Maybe while you're waiting for her. You could help us yourself choice, it, of course. So she gave me an apron and lined up along, sink a line syncs with other volun-. Cheers and beautiful nuns. And it was in a semi line of washing bathing, these little tiny, beautiful baby, girls, most of them to formed with a missing finger, or they would lined. They had been given up because they were not perfect and often in India, just a perfect little girl is given out because boys at that time, much valuable, so I'm washing these little babies in the sort of semi lines in the nuns are singing, and I was in absolute and total bliss. I must say even though I wasn't meeting was mother. Teresa, I realized I was meeting with Mother Teresa that this. She often said, I am my work, and this was my meeting with her this exquisite work. And I must say it's hard to believe that there, I did not hear baby cry at now that seems impossible probably isn't even totally valid. But I do not remember ever hearing a baby cry. And there were dozens and dozens and dozens of babies. But was so beautiful. And then there was this moment, where someone tapping children said she's here, I knew who they Manton I put my, my up apron down and walk to a long skinny hall, and it wasn't really meeting room was a hallway and there was a wooden table with two chairs and I sat down one of the chairs as instructed and then I looked down this long, dark hall. And here comes a labrador retriever old old little bit cripple dog with kinda greybeard. And this was her dog and behind the, the labrador. Her beloved dog was mother. Teresa also fan over with gnarly fee in her sandals. She was so small so tiny that when I stood up in walk toward her eye towered over. So I meet -ly knelt. And when I knelt down and kissed her hands and and held her hands. I was saying height shoe and she put her hands on my head said bless you, my child, and then took my hand and lead me over to this table with the wooden chairs around it or next to it. And we began a kind of an counter that was the most holy loving exquisite experience of, of, humanity of love of God. And I was in tears, the whole time, I don't. Remember anything that we said, we're just holding hands and I was just moved beyond belief than in space of absolute unconditional, love. And then there was a loud, tussling sound behind me loud, voices kind of angry voices, and an, an aroma a very, very strong perfume. And these two very large Indian people barged into our sacred meeting, and the man was a Sikh seeks where bec- turbans on their head and they have usually very heavy beards. And he was a stout, man. Very large very big very tall very wide. And he had a big Topaz in the middle of his turban. And I remember this he had this huge belly with a kind of brocade Kerteh, which is the Indian dress over his big belly. He had ring on every single finger, including his thumb. Very garish over opulent overdressed, overweight overbearing, man and his supposed wife, who was also very, very large. She was wearing a very opulent sorry. She had a diamonds in her nose and a diamond going from her nose all the way to our era kind of a chain of diamonds. And she was overweight, overbearing over dressed over made up over perfume. They were over everything, and they were loud and bowl Bossie and ruled and obviously super-rich and they came barging into my meetings. Military and said to mother didn't get the pitcher promised. And they didn't say, lower anything you just said, we didn't get the picture new promise with a kind of angry voice, and Mother Theresa came to her feet and. The woman handed me, an instamatic cameras is back in nineteen. I dunno eighty something a little instamatic camera, and then they pulled Mother Theresa between them and on the other side of this pretty narrow hallway and gave me the instrument instrumented camera. And this woman said, take the picture. There was no greeting no warmth, nothing. Just cold order bossy take the picture. So I took the picture of Mother Teresa in between these two monstrous people little tiny Mother Theresa. And then the woman did what I considered to be almost in so horrible. I can't even tell you about a pack. She put her her hand underneath mother Greece's chin Mother Teresa was very by then osteoporosis, had her very bent over her head was bowed, and she put her hand underneath underneath Mother Teresa's chin. She said Sonoma, we wanna see your face. It's you went. Kind of force Mother Theresa chin up, and told me to take another picture. And I did. And, and then they stormed away, they didn't say thank you grabbed the camera, and they left and my blood was oiling. I hated these people. And I really really was just like I was infuriated, how could they treat her that way? How could they be so rude, and I sat down and most get sat down we continued, our, our meeting, and she was fine, but I was not and my blood was boiling, and I was tense. My body was all knotted up and then Mother Theresa completed the meeting, and gave me a scheduler medal blessed. All the people, my family, and, and then I left and after hugging her and thanking her and walking through the, the place where the baby's words saying the by all the nuns that had I've been with and got in the car, and on my way back to my hotel in New Delhi was about an hour dry. Five, and I had to actually come down. I was so upset. My body was just shaking with anger these people by the time to my hotel, I was common to realize that for

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"lynne twist" Discussed on Wealth Done Differently - Retirement

Wealth Done Differently - Retirement

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"lynne twist" Discussed on Wealth Done Differently - Retirement

"Welcome to the wealth done differently retirement podcast. Danielle Howard, a certified financial planner shares insight into the financial tools techniques and temperaments needed to make the most of your retirement dollars and relationships. Daniel ridges the gap between Wall Street main street, bringing complex financial topics down to earth, Danielle will educate, and inspire you as you defined and refined your version of prosperity. Hello and welcome to wealth done differently. Retirement with Daniel Howard, a certified financial planner I could not be more excited today. The podcast today, we have a special guest and her name is Lynn twist. And I'm gonna give a little bit of background about Lynn before I bring the ladies on. This is just absolutely amazing to me. So for more than forty years, Lynn twist has been recognized global visionary, committed to alleviating poverty, ending world hunger, and supporting social Justice and environmental sustainability from working with Mother Teresa in Calcutta to the refugee camps in Ethiopia, and the threatened rainforest of the Amazon, as well as guiding the philanthropy of some of the world's wealthiest families Lynn's on the ground work has brought her deep understanding of people's relationship with money, her breadth of knowledge and experience has led her to profound insights, about the social tapestry of the world and the historical landscape of the times, we are currently living in good morning ladies. How are you? Good morning, Eric morning. Good morning to all of you wonderful, Lynn reading, this, this is just absolutely amazing. And I know that you're also acclaimed author and I'm gonna let Danielle speak to that in a moment, but I want to thank you so much for being here because I am really excited about the content of this podcast. And we're gonna be talking about today. My honor and delight the here and Danielle. Thank you so much, bringing her on. I know that, you know, a lot about what she's done, and I wanna handed over to you. And can you talk a little bit about the book that she's written and kind of some of the work she's done. I don't know how this all of money, ended up in my hands, but it changed the course of my business practice and my personal relationship with money, you know, alongside the twenty four hundred verses in scripture that talk about how many can be used as weaves its way in through our lives Lind's book. The soul of money was just incredibly impactful on me. She shares many, many stories and the three truths about money that we need to combat with the three lies of money. This book has now been translated into nine language. Of the Korean Chinese Vietnamese, French, and German Japanese of Irian Portuguese. I am just amazed at the impact that not only her words, but her work is having all over the world and I'd like to start today. Lynnwood, you share as we're talking about the idea of hospices, retirement as it has become a known in uh that you're supposed to draw this line in the sand and sail off into the sunset dressed in white linen with until in your hand, you know, pulling money out of various resources. I n u-b-e-r the idea when we met I brought you to Aspen, this summer for a league with love conference to talk about the relationship people have with money and Utah about the idea of hustling, retire. Tire -ment. And it was it was incredibly powerful, and I was hoping today, we could maybe start with one of your stories that you, you share in the soul of money with your time with Mother Teresa. And, and the couple that you encountered could you could you share that story with us, and maybe how that planted, some of the seeds in your movement in, in hustling retirement? Oh, god. But okay, thank you. Thank you, any L. Thank you so much for having me on this podcast. And I hope I can let

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"lynne twist" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"lynne twist" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Seventy five hundred instead of listening, to, the same, old failing story being, peddled out of Washington these days we invite you to come help give birth to the, news story resilience real solutions compassion rather, than indifference abundance rather than scarcity hope and healing rather than fear and division Friday night and Saturday September seventh, and, eighth at, the lens it can Santa Fe for. The first time anywhere in the US Greg Brayden Caroline. Maes Bruce Lipton Lynne twist Evan Alex Sander and Karen Newell, Jeter Molly and George Gina cap Anneli all live at the. Lens in September seventh and eighth one afford Ticket for the whole event, plus uplifting is it conspiring videos book, signings QNA sessions old friends new friends and a whole lot more you should, get, your, ticket before the producers, come, to their, senses and triple the price get your. Tickets at tickets Santa Fe dot org more details at. Asia's living series dot com Hey New Mexico Motorsports in players have teamed up to offer you some amazing deals. On the full Clarice lineup rebates up to two thousand dollars and on approved credit financing as low, as, two point nine nine percent and to. Lower your payment Polaris finance will even go up to. Eighty four months Sanofi motorsports has the players ranger the world's hardest working smooth is writing utility side by side and, the legendary players sportsman bestselling automatic ATV. Of all time both the ranger in the sports will make. Your work easier take you hunting fishing and playing plus with a. Winch pow system they can handle anything mother nature. Throws at you if you're ready to live, life without limits experience the ultimate combination of power suspension jewelry at the high. Performance Polaris razor Sanofi motorsports has a full Clarice lineup and, with amazing. Rebates great financing what are you waiting for coming to Santa, Fe motorsports today or check us out at Santa Fe, motorsports dot com Santa Fe? Motorsports in Polaris how does it get any? Better than that this is Nancy from. Santa Fe motorsports.

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"lynne twist" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

08:09 min | 2 years ago

"lynne twist" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"When. We, come in to see you otherwise We're fighting Feeling you full. Of it I'm happy to me All right the Dina, tells about this event and it is a week from this weekend and we'll give away tickets just a hint little just a little alert for people. Want to win tickets we'll. Do that very soon the phone number is always four. To four twelve sixty so tells about the event, on Friday and, Saturday September the seven September the eighth at the Olympic. Auditorium. Downtown Santa Fe yes Very excited, and you're coming right Richard I'm going, to? Be, great who else is going to be there well we have Dr Bruce Lipton stem cell biologist and the. Author of the biology of belief one of the first to, introduce, a. An, incredible emerging, science called. EPA genetics you might have heard about nine it's amazing. It's it's about what we believe is what we get you know and we've, been told that you know were victims. Of our. Heredity right well this just proves, that this shows there's another way that we don't have to be victims of our heredity so that's an exciting thing right there and Dr Bruce Lipton. Yep Yup Dr Bruce Lipton. Lynne twist we're so excited about Lynn help make the. Hunger project the success works all over the world, with a very, high net worth donors and also people who live in. Poverty And indigenous tribes and she, puts, the. Two, together and, creates magic. She's really an extraordinary thing she's going to speak about. Abundance and she has a take on abundance folks that is so unique and, empowering and you're you're gonna love it We have Dr Evans. Alexandra and Karen and Georgia, and I heard speak and we were just blown away he wrote the book proof. Of heaven his his neuro scientists neurosurgeon sorry and. We have so many neuroscience. Scientists here anyway he he died and came back and so from his perspective it's pretty empowering to listen to what he, has to say about You know near death experience what you saw. What are you experienced how he feels, about it and how it's. Changed. In Karen both changed their perspectives are they couple, they are we haven't heard her. But we're excited to hear, her to she does some remarkable work using audio signals and audio Pieces to to help reframe belief systems remarkable woman We have Greg Brayden who is, a friend and Greg lifts here, in Santa Fe and he's an international bestselling author. Just he's so bright and. His a bright light he really is. He's taken I think he worked at the labs I big IT guy left that I don't know how many years ago and went traveling all. Over the world to research what indigenous cultures doing and, he's now he bridges that. Was science and spirituality and some really remarkable things and it's. It's exciting when he talks he's very. Excited himself so it's fun to listen to him the truth is that this is one of those events that that the authors who are going to, be there have never, before been together any place. And they're all Hughes and. They're all bestselling authors they all do spectacular stuff we've, just added John gray who wrote manna from ours and women are, from Venus And he has a wonderful book now about beyond Mars, and Venus and some, of the things that happen. In relationships as we age. And he's also going to address a number of issues of wealth wellness and health As it, affects our demographic as well so it's going to. Be pretty pretty powerful to hear. That great music Martha forgot Jetta Molly get your kiss she's amazing George and I have been doing her. Meditations for many many years and we were really proud to bring her here she's, pretty well known in Europe she's a Brit, and she's going to blow you away with her sincerity and. Her depth of intuition really is that what she has a, very deep spiritual way shed a lot of experiences extrasensory perception experiences as a, young, child who and. She couldn't explain them and the people around her couldn't so when, she got into her. Late teens and early twenties she went around the world trying to discover what this was, kept having him yes she kept having so she studied with the. Dalai Lama in a number of major spiritual and religious teachers and now she teach In sixty countries around the, world and she teaches people how to be in touch with their internal wisdom, all, of this the. Entire lineup including the dishes of Mr Gray all of this and, ageless living series dot. Com yes it is If, people. Purchased a ticket or the tickets. Good for both days Friday night and Saturday, all night Friday all day Saturday though the tickets I'm giving away have, been saying they're, good for both, days days Yup I haven't, been, lying no no no you haven't been the evening. Again, thank you Good All. Right now this other, couple George and Sabina cap. Anneli what do we? Organize You, know our book, do not go quietly one, nine national book awards It is considered kind of a handbook for people in the second half of life who want to have a lot of practical skills that they can. Use to age, to live in this, timelessness that we call age living in other words it doesn't forestall age. But what it does do takes the barriers and the. Limited beliefs away, and so our talk is going to be about? That how do we how do? We live without the constraints of time? How do we live our dreams how do we remember who we are how do we get back involved in the essential decision making? Of the time that we're living in one. Hundred, and fifty million strong we ought to have a pretty big voice George I, think I. Asked you this last time you were here and it's like all right so we're talking to a demographic as as you mentioned the Dino we're talking about people who are sixty maybe an over that are gonna. Come to, this Asia's living series and Asia's leave, is seven or eight Nation all of that so let's just assume that we don't have a whole lot of time to waste so we don't want to. Go and spend, hours sitting in the, Lindsey if it's not to have a practical application just to hear people. Go blah blah blah blah blah we don't want to. Do that either, with right which is why we carefully select the? Poll that we work with because? They not only go blah blah blah? But they give us specific suggestions recommendations strategies Insperity directions to take our lives now because we're far from done right I just want? To correct that statement a little bit this. Is, really for people of all ages and we're very big on the generation bridging, the generation. Gap and having young people amplify their gifts for us as we can learn from their gifts we don't know at all and for and for them to really begin to honor the aging process not just the Elders and, really. You are in the second half of life when you. Turn forty if you look at longevity studies, so anybody forty and above and if, you're younger join us, too because you're going to inherit this brave new world and you can learn an awful, lot of skills a lot a lot of tools right back with the Deena and George cap Anneli, sixteen minutes.

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"lynne twist" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"lynne twist" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

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"lynne twist" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

06:25 min | 3 years ago

"lynne twist" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

"Think that's the source of true prosperity. I don't think you can actually get to true prosperity through the doorway of more because the doorway of more will always give you lack any lead more again. And if you go through the doorway of more Again, Italy due to lack, And then you need more. But there's this magical portal cold enough. And in the consumer culture, where were clamoring for more free race will right past enough, and we don't even know it happen. There's no room for enough in a consumer culture. But when we actually turn away from that just for moment momenturn offset Chase. And pay attention to the exquisite distinction of sufficiency her enough. It is so full filling that had overflows into natural abundance. Erodes interesting. You'd say that if we explore our relationship with money we can have this is a spiritual practice that leads to a whole new soon fullness and in every other area of our life. But I think when you say everyone, Let's explore your relationship with money. People start with what they don't have to start with the I'll give me more, Give me more and. Yeah, Good for you over out. You can sit and explore, but I I don't have enough to explore. So what do you mean when you say? I mean where we bring me great joy is to know that after our conversation today, there were people who listen to us that really would take the question of what is my relationship with money seriously and look at that. And how do you began? What are the questions? One needs to ask oneself? Well, I think one needs to look at what bounty and blessings have I received from the universe that I want to acknowledge and celebrate. What do I want to celebrate evac today? What happened today that I can celebrate that I can be grateful for and rather than waking up in the morning, I didn't get enough sleep and going to bed at night with. I didn't get enough done, which is bookending your day. Scarcity. I think this is interesting for us to think about how many times a day that tape plays out of not enough. Yeah, Not just in money. How many times the not enough shows up. But what if we woke up in the morning and are so grateful for the sweet territory of silence and sleep? What if we go to bed at night? Who I love that? Hold a moment. The sweet territory of silence and sleep. Go ahead and you can wake up that way. You can actually tell yourself to do that. Our mind is very obedient an even if it's just four hours and be grateful for that. And then at the end of the day rather than looking at what didn't get done this going to dribble over into New Morrogh which is where we mostly end up at each day. Yes. To look at what I accomplished today, what I celebrate today, You know today, um, every day is such a blessing And I I have a wonderful teacher now Brother, David Stendhal Rossi fantastic Benedictine monk, and he's the icon of gratefulness. And he says that gratefulness as the experience of the great fullness of life. And when you're in the great fullness of life, the bowl of life is so full. It's almost overflowing, but not quite. Not yet dribbling over the edges, and you're one with God one with the universe, And there is no other when you stand in and live in the great fullness of life. And that grateful This is so powerful that it overflows into a fountain The bowl of life. And that put you in this other branch of gratitude. He calls Thanksgiving. Mm. And when you're in the branch of gratitude called Thanksgiving, the bowl of life is overflowing. And you're so grateful that there is an other because all you want to do is give and share, and serve, and contribute, and that so fulfilling it puts you back in the grateful to supply. So you can live in that cycle. You can actually live in that cycle no matter what your financial circumstances. And I say that people who stand in this context of enough sufficiency that overflows into natural true abundance are the people who are living. LifeZette really, really matters. And when people around them, They feel valued. They feel seen. They seal heard, they feel loved. They feel treated with reverence and respect, and that's the source of our prosperity. That's really the source of it. You know the the word wealth, The at Amal Mogae of it is wellbeing. And each of us has a well of being that his infinite that his infant That's the source of our wealth. That's true wealth. Part of what motivates your concern is for our consumption is what you described as an ecological credit card debt that we can never pay back. Tell me what you mean by that. Well, I, I now work with indigenous easily Amazon in in, uh, uh, a wonderful organization. The patch momma Alliance, and I learned a great deal from them in, uh, I've started to pay much more attention to our environment will hand. And in 1987. We as a human family went over what's called the one earth line. In other words, we started using more resources in the earth can regenerate. We started using the capital. In other words, we started, uh, living off an ecological credit card. We can never pay VAT that. And in 1987 ecological economists predicted that in twenty years there would be a huge economic crisis thing about two thousand seven two thousand eight used view. Uh, which would be a reflection of the ecological crisis because the economy HAECO is a subset of the ecology and we are now in ecological crisis. We use fifty percent more resources in the earth can regenerate. So the economic crisis I have said is an accurate reflection of the ecological crisis. And once we learned to live in it in our with in art. Ecological means we will have an economy that reflects that with looked set

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"lynne twist" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

06:36 min | 3 years ago

"lynne twist" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

"ThirdLove dot com slash Supercell I had one of my daughters in South Africa right to me recently to ask whether or not she should that she she planned on being a lawyer and had taken a teaching job during the summer and loved it so much insulted she came alive and said, I'm now conflicted because. I wouldn't make as much money as a teacher. Mm-hmm. But actually said It makes me feel alive and mixed WannaCry makes me feel alive. But my family. Is counting on me becoming a lawyer because I will make more money. What should I do? Of course, you know what I told her. You can become the lawyer for your family and lose your soul in the process of doing it. And what price will you pay for that? But many people you say in the soul of money, choose jobs dot on their gives her talents, but on how much it pace. And right now. Yeah, And so how do we create a shift and stop this chase for more? Well, I think by recognising that it's a mindset, not a reality that the chase for more is an addiction. It's a pathology. It's part of the culture we live in. It's not our fault, and we can extract ourselves from that mindset by turning to pay attention to what we already have and letting go of the Chase long enough, to appreciate to be grateful, to nourish what we already have to care Ford with love, and to share it and contributed with other people. Now, this sounds very young pollyannaish but it apps w- we were works works and no matter where you are an economic spectrum, it works. It's it's really up. Uh, there's a, a huge power in letting go the. Chase, and finding that waiting for us behind that, uh, missive scarcity behind that Chase is this explicit experience of being met by the universe over and over and over again with exactly what we need. What's interesting is you write about, uh, earlier in your marriage junior has husband experienced the siren song of success and we did tell me what that was We got tall hooked on my husband Bill. Um, he's an MBA from, you know, Masters in Business Administration. So as a young MBA, He got higher by a company that was one of these companies are trying to get to a billion dollar company faster from any company history. And, and they they were very successful, and we started having more money than what to do with. And we had three little kids, and we were, um, you know, totally devoted to our children as everybody is, who has kids. But if you looked at our checkbook or if he looked at our The way. We spend our time, You would never think we care anything about our kids. They're we had a nanny We had to be at this conference. We had to be over here. We had to be doing this. Uh, after a certain point, we thought we needed to be understanding wine because we had money them. We had to, you know, know about art than we had to know, have the perfect dinner party that we need to go to Yosemite and go camping anymore. We had to go to France. We sort of got caught in this, Um, keeping up with a Jones's you could say, but the siren song of the consumer culture, You know, we had that we've got this car and then it didn't quite work because we needed a faster card better car. And we got so caught in it that we lost our way. And if you look her life, we didn't spend any time with their kids. Actually. Uh, it was always going to be next weekend or next week or after this is over after we do this or we do that. And it was a rude awakening for us to really realize that really a rude awakening for us. And it was the beginning of the hunger project that woke me up. Really, who, uh, when I started to recognize that not only did I not need to be somebody that I thought I should be. But that actually I had the opportunity to make a difference with my life zoom in ending world hunger. And then I started to actually realise that our family, our lives could matter. And I think everybody yearns. More than anything to make a difference with their life. I think that's what people really want. They want to know that they matter. And that being here has matter Dion one yes, I think that is a I think people want that more than anything. They don't always know that. But I think that you're running to make a difference difference with your life is one of the most fundamental longings of the human soul. And we can actually have that kind of relationship with money. I mean, it's it's amazing. Yes. 'cause you say it's a conduit for energy, which are That's the way I see it as. And when used to our best or highest good it becomes a currency actually, I love. That's why it's called a currency th the current. It's a current. It runs through every life. It's like water Oprah money is. Is something that flaws and when we try to hoarded and hold onto it, just like water will become stagnant and toxic to those who hold onto it. When money flows, it nourishes cleanses Greets. Rolf it purifies, And when we monies innocent, You know like waters, innocent it, it can carry disease to water can Yes or can flooded can kill. But when we send money or we receive money and some money through our life, let it nourish us and pass it on road. You the most good for the most people in a way that it carries our love. The current of our Love. There is an integrity with the way we live. You say you're on page one night team No matter how much or how little money you has slowing through your life. When you direct that slow with sold, sold purpose. You feel wealthy That's through That you feel vibrant and alive when you use your money in a way that represents you. Not just as a response to the market economy, but also as an expression of who you are. When you let your money moved two things you care about your life lights up. That's really what money is four. After Absolutely, I think

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