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"mansoor" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

02:02 min | 5 months ago

"mansoor" Discussed on Good Life Project

"Eventually even profound self love so excited to share this conversation with you. I'm jonathan fields and this is good life. Project project is supported by monday. Dot com so a good life is made up of a bunch of good days and.

"mansoor" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"mansoor" Discussed on KCRW

"Morning becomes eclectic W. the music we come along side Axel Mansoor thank you they would comment on the whole it was saying you have this sure what would I did did I mention good and fine tune so if sure enough founder same note the backs the courtesy close to in the trunk was gone too so what looking well the she do we'll go from.

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"mansoor" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

11:25 min | 1 year ago

"mansoor" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"With Kate Mansoor her work is called the you might die tomorrow what's your next work gonna be Katie how to be alive it's going to be all about ways that we can cultivate that feeling of being alive in our everyday life so what do you tell someone who you know may be dying maybe not they're just sick how do you acclimate them to the dying process my goodness I think that's best left to hospice and palliative care workers is into that I don't but there's so many wonderful people there's a growing movement towards people being more and more open to that kind of work and you know they really people just want to be connected with us humans and they want to know that someone is thinking about them and that they'll be remembered after we after we die and I think that's the best way that we can connect with anyone living or on the desk that have you ever seen a situation where somebody is just so panicked about dying there on control I haven't but you know like I said I lost that one year of my life to just living in total anxiety and fear about the possibility that I could die tomorrow and man I wish I could change that year but I can't so what I do is I I live for today now that must have been a bad year for you it was scary it was scary and I think a lot of a lot of listeners out there can identify with being afraid of death at a different point in our life but you came through it I came through and I'm so happy to be alive every single day I don't want to have another day where I crawl into bed and was so consumed with my to do list and worrying about what other people think that I didn't even take one moment to say you know what Hey I'm alive and I'm going to enjoy my life let's go to Selma in Indianapolis walking to the program I felt a good morning good morning Kadian George I've looked forward to talking to some time I've heard it many times before I just want to invite everybody to know that when you wake up tomorrow you are in the days that nobody is ever been into we are are beginning a brand new day and we have a whole lot of things to do and thinking forward that we want to be encouraged to live each day that will keep you busy enough that you don't have time to worry about dying I'd like to add a vice okay and dusted us Doug Jerry comes when the fact that our mothers and fathers are people who eight products from a that are grown we are a product of they're growing together and we in turn repeat that thing so we are dust to dust but everything does meltdown to dust even if they put the rocks no matter how long or how old it is it may take longer but a lot of different things do take longer to do how many people do you think Katie who do not believe in life after death are that's the main reason they're afraid of dying that because there's no life after death because they think there's no life after death I think that that can certainly contribute to a fear of dying but you know just like Salman said this idea that we're all part of nature it can help to ground us when life gets crazy and things are overwhelming and whether or not we believe in the afterlife which can absolutely be comforting knowing that we're all we're all going to end and us helps us to take each day as it comes and not get too wrapped up in in the craziness of it all our first time caller Peggy is with us in the state of Washington hi Pat go head your I thank you for being with us nine our destiny dying on the very end that was the subject I had twenty five years experience of the one of the dental care facility owner and I'd like you to death with birds I attended many home first right right no rain and I attended many gas then held the hands of many people dying and birth and death you know exactly the same he and I doubt which we experience is the gates of heaven is opening up for us for a moment and it creates those intense feelings I also had a hundred eighty three year old grandmother wow learn her what he was thinking about when he was dying wasn't any regrets of hers in life I can tell you that he was thinking about the visions that he had been having through her final AG concert and he was thinking about the Chinese market on a he would grab my hand we would have the vision he was very don't you see them out of the window of the journey is almost here they're marching on a he some very here about the Chinese Marciano's that she called repetitively at the end of her life what they sent was the Wuhan virus that's probably what she was saying you never know how many people Katie at the moment of death are really hallucinating as opposed to seeing visions of the things like that there's a lot of controversy on that topic of what is the near death experience and there's a lot of explanations from a lack of oxygen to the brain to religious explanations to you know it actually being hallucinations and you know I think it's it's unproven but you know we can listen to experiences like Peggy mentioned and you know we can take them for or what they are and we can look and learn how people's perspective on life changes after near death experience absolutely let's go to Gina Maria in the state of Washington welcome to the program hi Gina hello peace and love and god bless everyone and everything people panicking out there with the corona virus or things calm it's pretty calm so far I've been real sick myself so I wasn't sure but anyhow but I'm starting to do better good anyhow I just wanted to show you know I I want to live walking with god so I figure that no matter if I'm here or from on the other side cool because I'm hanging out with god no matter what you choose so I wanted to say that I always had an experience where I came up on the mountain roads the teenagers with a body on the track and the time I didn't know the guy was dead but I tried saving them and and I wasn't fearful at all I knew that these people had murdered them and I still was trying to reach in the truck and grab a hold of them and set him up because they were smashing they murdered the guy their new market and they're in prison yeah yeah and and I was actually stopped by I got the call to the guys in our window to get to their you know guy and help them and and I was stopped by a voice that said stop stop looked down at down and peace and love absolutely filled my body I actually had the drivers into the steering wheel welcome to climb through it back to reach the guy you're lucky they didn't do you in I know I know but I don't know and it actually went through my hand and went through the guy who I had tendered his general masterminded and when he looked back at me like who are you yeah and you know and and yeah and so what they wanted me to see was the gun but on the rise then you'd realize society high tea a lot either to be sure Hey Katie the building in Argentina that's been spray painted your logo tell me about that well that was I think a product of that big seven foot by seven foot foot art piece that I brought to burning man and what do you know that same logo popped up in Argentina and I had no hand in creating it and and that's what's so wonderful about the creation of this movement you might die tomorrow as it's grown beyond my wildest dreams and it's helped so many people around the world find the motivation to live today Eugene is in fort Lauderdale Florida welcome to the program Eugene you're delivering and I have to say that there is no death I've seen exactly what happened so I met a girl sometime ago we made a date for lunch I went to pick up a week later for lunch and and the guardian he said you better call up is talk to the family and I did and as soon as they said she she drowned us no worries she she's in the hospital I went over to the hospital there were people around there praying your chances and I thought she was being there on a respirator going up the stairs going up and down and I looked again and I saw something like a halo Monongahela losers like sparklers a white lights all around her head like it all right log in or and I and I looked up to the ceiling and in this really I could see her and she was smiling she was dressed she was happy she was dancing around and she had been in a wheelchair for many many years and the only thing she ever wanted to do was to get out of that wheelchair dandelions Sir are you coming in back into your body she said I don't know and then I rushed out to get someone that's what might help first and I've had various experiences I I I don't believe in that I have no fear of death to me there is no death was only transformations well you know once you experience the things you went through you begin to become immune to death don't you Katie one what a beautiful perspective that he has that there there is no death is nothing to fear it's just a transformation and it's part of life and I think that is a wonderful way to reduce that fear so that we can live our best life where do people get stickers of the you might die tomorrow if they want to put them all over the place grab a sticker at you might die tomorrow dot com grab a book on Amazon and I would love to hear about how this perspective affects your life many are you looking for more stories as well from people always always I would love to hear stories of you know encounters with that I would also love to hear stories for my next book about the times in your life when you feel most alive in the email you through your website or do you have a separate email you want to give out now get in touch with me Kate that you might die tomorrow dot com installment K. A. T. at Y. O. U. M. I. G. H. T. D. I. E. T. O. M. O. R. R. O. W. dot.

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"mansoor" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

09:07 min | 1 year ago

"mansoor" Discussed on WTVN

"And welcome back to coast to coast George nori with you back with Kate Mansoor as we talk about her work you might die tomorrow fascinated more kid what kind of reaction do you get everything from that so more minute morbid to you could die today too really beautiful and profound stories of people when they realized this perspective to be a truth that has changed their life are we a death phobic society we've certainly evolved towards that way you know we as humans tend to believe what we fear and death is inherently scary so we have hidden it away in many respects you attend burning man every once in awhile tell me what you do there absolutely thanks I've gone for the past five years and I found it to be a really beautiful experience and I brought a huge seven foot by seven foot you might die tomorrow sign out there to go and I just stuck it out there in the desert and saw people's reactions and it was incredible you know I had people who would sit out on the desert floor and just stare at it for you know twenty or thirty minutes people who would you know talk to one another about the stories of you know when they had a near death experience and how it changed their perspective or how their life changed after realizing the fragility of it you don't want to also I think helps in the living process and that's helping other people I think when you do that your life has been better meaning and more meaning you are so correct and I think that we as humans reach out toward meaning and our life there's this idea that was coined by a guy named Robert Lifton called symbolic immortality symbolic immortality is the idea that we know we can't live forever so while we are alive we strive to create symbolic immortality in our life through procreation through donating organs through experiencing nature and towards meaningful pursuits just like you said helping others let's go to the phones let's go to Georgia North Carolina to get things started hi George go ahead body Georgie Hey there out okay it's a very interesting topic the month doctors gave me your six month delay of well that was last month now got Bob we are both open heart surgery I had a near death experience Jake it was so wonderful what made out of eight hundred fifty dollars description you sound so all the Georgia did this with five months to go I mean do you want to share what the what the prognosis well I've got all of heart failure in it because of the heart he is the but rejected it thank you this call to huge stock because well okay that's right the last three I had a hundred if you have bought but my heart doctor said there's nothing else I can do I had a triple bypass the Bob as he slid off into the afterlife and it was just unbelievable you know you're not work but I'll try that after I came back everything sucks it is March ninth are you afraid of dying George okay you know I've got we're out there my my top result local you have I don't know a live moment to moment the I don't know when I'll tell you what they are and if you have how old but thanks I got used to it George sounds like he is doing it the right way what a beautiful perspective George how alive do you feel these days not very on the phone trying not a young talented player but I turned that down I'll probably Monday I would never get addicted to morphine so what about okay so with it how old are you George I'm sixty four you're still young yeah well I'm ready to go keep fighting keep fighting I'm ready and I'm ready for trying to deal with okay you got more climb on board on the way to go call me from the other side Kenya now we are certainly we'll see if we can work it out let's give it a try huh right we we are allowed to tell you how much I appreciate you reading your show with Tom and everybody is very he's my neighbor down the road Oct behavior health little rock but not awarded out of my body Hey if you want to do that that's true are you stay strong or friend with you via you're in our prayers what thank you god bless you all thank you hi that's that's something Kate huh it is and to get to the point where he's living and loving openly despite having this terminal condition is really really profound I mean he's so he's he's he's he's got five once he claims I don't know how a doctor can predict that he could have two years who knows exactly and you know in this time he just like he said he's he's ready to go as bags are packed he's telling the people that he loves it he loves them and he is you know still Kickin and enjoying life while he still can let's go to north port Washington west of the Rocky Charlotte's with us on coast to coast hi Charlotte go ahead hi all and I happen to be a deathbed survivor of a few times good for you I know right trying to brag but I I I used to be really reckless and I had a really bad alcohol problem and I have deed on alcohol I think three times when I was before thirty years old and I'm fifty five now and I you know of course I don't drink anymore like that in my values have changed dramatically in and how I live my life and that's my my life now is more around service to others I mean before myself and so humble now you know makes you feel better doesn't it yes I I just can't do anything else so you know actively worked myself to the bone now before I think of doing something for myself you know but besides that thank you for having me on your show I love your show and I listen to it every night thank you there's a really good topic and the second time well actually the first time I almost had a near death experience I was ten years old and we were taking off the roof on our house and I remember we had that that three cheer risking big piece of banging out boy here we go how you felt the new order at our door level house was pretty much up there maybe style I guess thirty fifty feet from my dad's only ten in order to win it off the side of the house and I kind of went with it and I was over the edge I was going in and no one was looking I look I let amber looking around in slow motion it's something just put me back on the roof wow you mean like an angel do you often brought you back yet and that I don't remember if I told my brother anybody but you know it was just you know I knew what happened you know and it didn't matter to me that anyone else knew you know the name but yeah that was really special another time I got hit by a car is he I was about twenty seven years old and you're like a cat with nine lives well my initial spell C. A. T. I got hit by a car and it's the year of the car and the way that it all happened it was just so it was just there's no way it could be killed me and I didn't think I was gonna die bait I saw myself and laid on the ground in the middle of the intersection at five o'clock traffic and there's all these people around me and I'm like okay don't touch me don't touch me and someone touched my leg and I went and screamed the next thing I knew I was in the ambulance and I'm talking to these guys and I'm not totally out of it and and I said what happened they told me I feel what happened all the people that are around the neck there was no one around yes you were on my house in the middle of the intersection to the ambulance got there and I was like wow but wait there's like fourteen people around me as it's not something that's some what do you think about angels Katie oh my goodness well I think in Charlotte six variants we when we've had so many experiences where we feel that people are watching out for in that the universe is organizing things in our favor and the idea of the.

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"mansoor" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

09:06 min | 1 year ago

"mansoor" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Coast George nori with you back with Kate Mansoor as we talk about her work you might die tomorrow fascinated more kid what kind of reaction do you get out everything from that so more minute morbid to you could die today too really beautiful and profound stories of people when they realized this perspective to be a truth that has changed their life death phobic society we've certainly evolved towards that way you know we as humans tend to believe what we fear and death is inherently scary so we have hidden it away in many respects you attend burning man every once in awhile tell me what you do there absolutely thanks I've gone for the past five years and I found it to be a really beautiful experience and I brought a huge seven foot by seven foot you might die tomorrow sign out there to go and I just stuck it out there in the desert and saw people's reactions and it was incredible you know I had people who would sit out on the desert floor and just stare at it for you know twenty or thirty minutes people who would you know talk to one another about the stories of you know when they had a near death experience and how it changed their perspective or how their life changed after realizing the fragility of it you don't want to also I think helps in the living process and that's helping other people I think when you do that your life has been better meaning and more meaning you are so correct and I think that we as humans reach out toward meaning in our lives there's this idea that was coined by a guy named Robert Lifton called symbolic immortality symbolic immortality is the idea that we know we can't live forever so while we are alive we strive to create symbolic immortality in our life through procreation through donating organs through experiencing nature and towards meaningful pursuits just like you said helping others let's go to the phones let's go to Georgia North Carolina to get things started hi George go ahead body Georgie Hey there out okay it's a very interesting topic the month doctor gave me a six month delay of well that was last month yeah I got Bob we are both during my open heart surgery go I had a near death experience J. O. it was so wonderful what made out of the fabled three fifths beyond description you sound so RB Georgia did this with five months to go I mean do you want to share what what the prognosis well I've got of of of heart failure in it is because of the heart if the bot reject this figure three this call to huge stock because well okay that's right the last three I had good either a hundred percent of block but the my heart doctor said there's nothing else I can do I had a triple bypass the Bob as he slid off into the afterlife and it was just unbelievable you know you're not work but I'll try that after I came back everything sucks it is March ninth are you afraid of dying George okay right you know I've got we're out here ma my job is not local after you have I don't know a live moment to moment the I don't know when I'll say it would be so and if you have how old but thanks I've gotten used to it George sounds like he is doing it the right way what a beautiful perspective George how alive do you feel these days not very on the phone is fine I had put me on hold to care but not turn back down upon the Monday I would never get addicted to morphine so before I died I'll be set up with it how old are you George I'm sixty four you're still young yeah well I'm ready to go keep fighting keep fighting I'm ready and I'm ready for trying to build a stadium will climb on board on the way to go call me from the other side Kenya wow well certainly we'll see if we can work it out let's give it a try yeah right we will lobby for tell you how much I appreciate you and and your show with Tom and and everybody is very humanized but down the road acting here I have put a lot of but not awarded at my thought Hey if you want to do that that's true are you stay strong or friend with you via you're in our prayers are with thank you god bless you all thank you hi that's that's something Kate huh it is and to get to the point where he's living and loving openly despite having this terminal condition is really really profound I mean he's so he's he's he's got five once he claims I don't know how a doctor can predict that he could have two years who knows exactly and you know in this time he just like he said he's he's ready to go as bags are packed he's telling the people that he loves that he loves them and he is you know still Kickin and enjoying life while he still can let's go to north port Washington west of the Rocky Charlotte's with us on coast to coast hi Charlotte go ahead hi all and I happen to be a deathbed survivor of a few times good for you I know right trying to brag but I I I used to be really reckless and I had a really bad alcohol problem and I have deed on alcohol I think three times when I was before thirty years old and I'm fifty five now and I you know of course I don't drink anymore like that in my values have changed dramatically in and how I live my life and that's my my life now is more around service to others I mean before myself and so humble now you know makes you feel better doesn't it yes I I just can't do anything else so you know practically work myself to the bone you know before I think of doing something for myself you know but besides that thank you for having me on your show I love your show and I listen to it every night thank you there's a really good topic the second time well actually the first time I almost had a near death experience I was ten years old and we were taking off the roof on our house and I remember we had to step three tier risking big piece of banging out voice here we go how you felt the new order our door level house was pretty much up there maybe style I guess thirty fifty feet something like that I was only ten in order to win it off the side of the house and I kind of went with it and I was over the edge I was going in and no one was looking I look I look I'm looking around in slow motion it's something just put me back on the roof wow you mean like an angel do you often brought you back yet and that I don't remember if I told my brother anybody but you know it was just you know I knew what happened you know and it didn't matter to me that anyone else knew you know I mean that that yeah that was really special another time I got hit by a car this year was about twenty seven years old and you're like a cat with nine lives well my initial spelled C. A. T. I got hit by a car and it's the year of the car and the way that it all happened it was just so it was just there's no way could've killed me and I didn't think I was gonna die bait I saw myself and laid on the ground in the middle of the intersection at five o'clock traffic and there's all these people around me and I'm like okay don't touch me don't touch me and someone touched my leg and I went and screamed the next thing I knew I was in the ambulance and I'm talking to these guys and I'm not totally out of it and and I said what happened they told me I saw what happened all the people that were around the neck there was no one around hello yeah you are my self in the middle of the intersection to the ambulance got there and I was like but wait there's like fourteen people around me as it's not something that's some what do you think about angels Katie oh my goodness well I think in Charlotte six variants we when we've had so many experiences where we feel that people are watching out for and that the university is organizing things in our favor and the idea of the.

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"mansoor" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

09:06 min | 1 year ago

"mansoor" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Coast George nori with you back with Kate Mansoor as we talk about her work you might die tomorrow fascinated more kid what kind of reaction do you get everything from that so more minute morbid to you could die today too really beautiful and profound stories of people when they realized this perspective to be a truth that has changed their life we death phobic society we've certainly evolved towards that way you know we as humans tend to believe what we fear and death is inherently scary so we have hidden it away in many respects you are ten burning man every once in awhile tell me what you do there absolutely thanks I've gone for the past five years and I found it to be a really beautiful experience and I brought a huge seven foot by seven foot you might die tomorrow sign out there to go and I just stuck it out there in the desert and saw people's reactions and it was incredible you know I had people who would sit out on the desert floor and just stare at it for you know twenty or thirty minutes people who would you know talk to one another about the stories of you know when they had a near death experience and how it changed their perspective or how their life changed after realizing the fragility of it you don't want to also I think helps in the living process and that's helping other people I think when you do that your life has been better meaning and more meaning you are so correct and I think that we as humans reach out toward meaning in our lives there's this idea that was coined by a guy named Robert Lifton called symbolic immortality symbolic immortality is the idea that we know we can't live forever so while we are alive we strive to create symbolic immortality in our life through procreation through donating organs through experiencing nature and towards meaningful pursuits just like you said helping others let's go to the phones let's go to Georgia North Carolina to get things started hi George go ahead body Georgie Hey there out okay it's a very interesting topic the month Dr David goes six month delay of well that was last month now got Bob labels during my open heart surgery go I had a near death experience just it was so wonderful the fabled beyond description you sound so on the Georgia did this with five months to go I mean do you want to share what the what the prognosis well I've got of of of heart failure in it because in the heart of a bot reject list thank you this call he he thought because of my okay that's right the last three I had good games are a hundred percent at fault but my heart doctor said there's nothing else I can do I had a triple bypass the that process is we're not into that the license and it was just unbelievable you know you're not work but I'll try that after I came back everything sucks it is March ninth are you afraid of dying George okay right you know I'm not we're out here ma my job is I love you I love I don't know a live moment to moment the I don't know when I'll show you were dating so and if you have thought all along but the thank I got used to it George sounds like he is doing it the right way what a beautiful perspective George how alive do you feel these days not very army from its finance I look down pal despair but not turn back down I told Monday I would never get addicted to morphine so what about I'll be stuck with it how old are you George I'm sixty four you're still young yeah well I'm ready to go keep fighting keep fighting I'm ready contact you ready for trying to deal with okay you got more crime on board on the way to go call me from the other side Kenya wow well certainly we'll see if we can work it out let's give it a try yeah right we we allowed tell you how much I appreciate you and and your show with Tom and and everybody is very humanized the band road here has little rock but not awarded at a marketable but Hey if you want to do that that's true are you stay strong or friend with you via you're in our prayers what thank you about place you all thank you hi that's that's something Kate huh it is and to get to the point where he's living and living openly despite having this terminal condition is really really profound I mean he's so he's he's he's got five once he claims I don't know how a doctor can predict that he could have two years who knows exactly and you know in this time he just like he said he's he's ready to go his bags are packed he's telling the people that he loves it he loves them and he is you know still Kickin and enjoying life while they still can let's go to north port Washington west of the Rocky Charlotte's with us on coast to coast hi Charlotte go ahead hi all and I happen to be a deathbed survivor of a few times good for you I know right trying to brag but I I I used to be really reckless and I had a really bad alcohol problem and I have deed on alcohol I think three times when I was before thirty years old and I'm fifty five now and I you know of course I don't drink anymore like that in my values have changed dramatically in and how I live my life and that's my my life now is more around service to others I mean before myself and so humble now you know makes you feel better doesn't it yes I I just can't do anything else so you know practically work myself to the bone now before I think of doing something for myself you know that that besides that thank you for having me on your show I love your show and I listen to it every night thank you there's a really good topic and the second time well actually the first time I almost had a near death experience I was ten years old and we were taking off the roof on our house and I remember we had to step three tier risking big piece of thing you know boy here we go you fell the new order at our door level houses pretty much up there maybe style I guess thirty fifty feet something like that only ten in red wing it off the side of the house and I kind of went with it and I was over the edge I was going in and no one was looking I look I look I'm looking around in slow motion it's something just put me back on the roof wow you mean like an angel do you often brought you back and that I don't remember if I told my brother anybody but you know it was just you know I knew it happens you know and it didn't matter to me that anyone else knew you know I mean that that yeah that was really special another time I got hit by a car is he I was about twenty seven years old and you're like a cat with nine lives well my initial spelled C. A. T. okay hit by a car and it's the year of the car and the way that it all happened it was just so it was just there's no way it could be killed me and I didn't think I was gonna die bait I saw myself and laid on the ground in the middle of the intersection at five o'clock traffic and there's all these people around me and I'm like okay don't touch me don't touch me and someone touched my leg and I went and screamed the next thing I knew I was in the ambulance and I'm talking to these guys and I'm not totally out of it and and I said what happened they told me I saw what happened all the people that are around the neck there was no one around hello yeah you were on my self in the middle of the intersection to the ambulance got there and I was like wow but wait there's like fourteen people around me as it's not something that's some what do you think about angels Katie oh my goodness well I think in Charlotte six variants we when we've had so many experiences where we feel that people are watching out for in that the universe is organizing things in our favor and the idea of the.

Kate Mansoor George nori
"mansoor" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

09:10 min | 1 year ago

"mansoor" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"To coast George nori with you back with Kate Mansoor as we talk about her work you might die tomorrow fascinating work K. what kind of reaction do you get everything from that so more minute morbid to you could die today too really beautiful and profound stories of people when they realized their perspective to be a truth that had changed their life we had death phobic society we've certainly evolved towards that way you know we as humans tend to believe what we fear and death is inherently scary so we have hidden it away in many respects you are ten burning man every once in awhile tell me what you do there absolutely right I've gone for the past five years and I found it to be a really beautiful experience and I brought a huge seven foot by seven foot you might die tomorrow sign out there to go and I just stuck it out there in the desert in some people's reactions and it was incredible you know I had people who is out on the desert floor and just stare at it for you know twenty or thirty minutes people who would you know talk to one another about the stories of you know when they had a near death experience and how it changed their perspective or how their life changed after realizing the fragility of it you don't want to also I think helps in the living process and that's helping other people I think when you do that your life has been better meaning and more meaning you are so correct and I think that we as humans reach out toward meaning in our life there's this idea that was coined by a guy named Robert Lifton called symbolic immortality symbolic immortality is the idea that we know we can't live forever so while we are alive we strive to create symbolic immortality in our life through procreation through donating organs through experiencing nature and towards meaningful pursuits just like you said helping others let's go to the phones let's go to Georgia North Carolina to get things started hi George go ahead body Georgie Hey there out okay it's a very interesting topic though not doctors diagnosed six months delay of well that was last looking out at Babu label during my open heart surgery go I had a near death experience it it was so wonderful what made out of the paper is beyond description you sound so RB Georgia did this with five months to go I mean do you want to share what the what the prognosis well I've got all of heart failure in it because the lady hawks leave the box reject it thank you this call he he thought the closes okay that's right all the lights react could be either a hundred which it bought but my heart doctor said there's nothing else I could do I had a triple bypass the laptop that we were not aware that I have to log in and it was just unbelievable popular you're not work but I'll try that after I came back everything was so much money are you afraid of dying George okay but you know I've got we're out here my my top rated by local you have a I don't know I live moment to moment the I don't know when I'll say it would be so and if you have how old but that I've gotten used to it K. George sounds like he is doing it the right way what a beautiful perspective George how alive do you feel these days not very on the phone trying not I had put me on Powell despair but not from back down upon the Monday I would go to the bank to do more for you so what about I'll be stuck with it how old are you George I'm sixty four you're still young yeah well I'm ready to go keep fighting keep fighting I'm ready and I'm ready for trying to build a stadium will climb on board in the way you guys call me from the other side Kenya while we are certainly will if if we can work it out let's give it a try yeah right we will not tell you how much I appreciate you and your show with palm and everybody is very nice but down the road Oct here have little rock will be up but not awarded at my thought Hey it you might think that that's true are you stay strong my friend with you via you're in our prayers are with thank you god bless you all thank you hi that's that's something Kate huh it is then to get to the point where he's living and loving openly despite having this terminal condition is really really profound I mean he's so he's he's he's got five once he claims I don't know how a doctor can predict that he could have two years who knows exactly and you know in this time he just like he said he's he's ready to go his bags are packed he's telling the people that he loves that he loves them and he is you know still Kickin and enjoying life while they still can let's go to north port Washington west of the Rocky Charlotte's with us on coast to coast hi Charlotte go ahead hi all and I happen to be a deathbed survivor of a few times good for you I know right trying to brag but I I I used to be really reckless and I had a really bad alcohol problem and I have D. Donald hall I think three times when I was before thirty years old and I'm fifty five now and I you know because I don't drink anymore like that in my values have changed dramatically in and how I live my life and that's my my life now is more around service to others I mean before myself and so humble now you know makes you feel better doesn't it yes I I just can't do anything else out of you know actively worked myself to the bone now before I think of doing something for myself you know that that decides that thank you for having me on your show I love your show and I listen to it every night thank you there's a really good topic and the second time well actually the first time I almost had a near death experience I was ten years old and we were taking off the roof on our house and I remember we had that three cheer risking big piece of being you know boy here we go how you felt the new at our door level house was pretty much out there maybe I don't I guess thirty fifty feet but my dad's only ten and we're doing it off the side of the house and I kind of went with it and I was over the edge I was going in and no one was looking I look I look I'm looking around in slow motion it's something to put me back on the road wow you mean like an angel do you often brought you back yet and that I don't remember if I told my brother anybody but you know it was just you know I knew what happened you know and it didn't matter to me that anyone else knew you know I mean that that yeah that was really special another time I got hit by a car yeah I was about twenty seven years old and you're like a cat with nine lives well my initials spelled C. H. E. okay hit by a car and the year of the car and the way that it all happened it was just so it was just there's no way it could be killed me and I didn't think I was gonna die bait I saw myself and laid on the ground in the middle of the intersection at five o'clock traffic and there's all these people around me and I'm like okay don't touch me don't touch me and someone touched my leg and I went and screamed the next thing I knew I was in the ambulance and I'm talking to these guys and I'm not totally out of it and and I said what happened they told me that the what happened all the people that were around me and I go there was no one around file yes you are my help in the middle of the intersection to the ambulance got there now that but wait there's like fourteen people around me as it's not something that's some what do you think about angels Katie oh my goodness well I think in Charlotte six variants we when we've had so many experiences where we feel that people are watching out for and that the university is organizing things in our favor and the idea of the near death experience shows us that you know we can we can go on or we.

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"mansoor" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"mansoor" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"'bout a gorgeous rug from Mansoor as oriental rug gallery? Yeah. Kitty here in all these rugs are Hansel elected from around the world by the owner Mansour. Yep. He travels the world annually. To China, India Europe and hand select these just stunning wool and silk rugs. And what's also nice about shopping at mentors is the personal service. I mean, he will come out to your home and give you that in home designer service talk to you about what size would be right. What colors, you know, where it should go. And he has over forty years experience doing this. So I think you can help you. It's got a great artistic high and can really really make the difference. Getting the perfect run for you. And they have a long term relationship to Mansour and his clients. I'll tell you some even Collins a, hey, Mansour just built some red wine. What do I do? So if you'd like to take a look go in and feel those rugs see the colors in person mentors oriental rug gallery locations in Sacramento and Roseville and online at mentors rug, gallery dot com. Hey, it's Sharon Traub, their neuro brain expert with healthy facts for your brain. Did you know that over ninety five percent of the population is lacking in Newton? Orient that are absolutely vital for nourishing, your brain. It's funny. We all find it so important to take care of ourselves with vitamins and supplements to improve our health. So I often ask what are you doing for your brain? The good news is now there's a way to step into another gear and get a huge boost for your focus and concentration. I always recommend limitless the brain pill of the future. Neuro-scientists calling limitless a major discovery and brain science, just take it and within thirty minutes, you'll notice a new level of focus and clarity that you never thought possible.

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Shaquem Griffin of Central Florida runs fastest LB 40 in more than decade

Chicago's GameDay

02:04 min | 3 years ago

Shaquem Griffin of Central Florida runs fastest LB 40 in more than decade

"Draws my admiration what is that which gives me joy the one constant through all the years rate i'll be very disappointed if he doesn't take the next step white sox i'm going to be optimistic i'm going to be positive because i'm excited to see this team bill light up h from the debtor munif novacor according to do it every morning will cork rump equipment that break out hoon dr type of year extract a lot from chicago's number one baseball station small span one thousand he has he and radio sports said andrew sealy leasing four more automatic bid to the ncaa tournament on the line with four more conference championship games on the schedule michigan and who didn't face off in the big ten final it's liberty going up against radford for the big south title was uri valley final has illinois state visit widow of chicago in florida gulf those leaflets film but the atlantic son crown one day after walling the crowd at the nfl combine when he put up twenty wraps of two hundred twenty five pounds in the bench press testing central florida linebacker shack griffin the bo through his onfield work out with the rest of the linebackers in indianapolis today griffin attempting to become the first player with one hand drafted into the lead in the modern era at his left hand amputated age four because of a congenital condition he has what it takes to be in the nfl and could be drafted in the fifth round on day three according to the nfl l networks mansoor life you need to concentrate on what he does well and in what he doesn't do well is is something you can work route he's very quick he's instinctive he's got a tremendous motor and i think what he is is a potentially a sub package hybrid safety linebacker who can cover who can rushed to quarterback we'll be very good on special teams going to play in the nfl began with peter roger bannister's the first monitor pregnant fourminute mile barrier in 1954 one of the defining sporting teams into the last century has died at the age of.

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"mansoor" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

The Sheepdog Project

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"mansoor" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

"Training hard recovery adequately and eating of good diet whom we can you know we can talk at length about what constitutes a good diet but most i think most of your listeners have some idea of what that looks like so you know i think mentor said something years ago might mansoor about uh supplements and he kind of made the analogy that that going out and buying you know hundreds of dollars worth of supplements every day is like uh buying expensive suntan lotion and then going out at midnight right you know and expecting something to happen um and so you've gotta put the work in uh or else really just wasting your time and your money um and my guys you can we saw a lot of money on supplements and then the the industry is just huge it's if it's not billion dollar industry it's probably getting close to it um i mean every where you after somebody this trying to sell you something um so what i what i have done um for myself and then for you know for people that ask is really try to get into this you know into the nittygritty of what the science shows um and when you do that you find a couple things one we don't really know that much about nutritional supplements um the quality of the research out there it's not pretty good um i mean you remember in you know in residency and you know and things like journal club and we talk about the glare and holes and all of these uh you know medical journal um uh studies that were out there that at.

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"mansoor" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

The Rack Radio Show

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"mansoor" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

"Five matches five we opens your estate of because of spa they've and we opened with the tags you titles on the line as authors obtain took on undisputed era cairo riley and bobby fish in this batch would else their books now the months ugo the worst mansoor somewhere in between two point where is weird seeing the authors of paying on defense but i like the story nicole working over one live the authors legs i don't remember which one but i thought it was a okay i can't tell them apart but i did like that as a story tung portion of the match yeah that was good i mean i felt the match had a great great story i mean it was weird like you said to see them on on defense you'll but i liked stat because it may fish in a riley look like a pair bad asses it did it did because it weird preserve the you'll so it's like oh god you you weird seeing the authors like tour the baby faith role because dental that's what they have a play on the street ariza the top he'll group says i several we kind of kind of the flavor of the wwe right now i mean your top face on raw right now is bronze stroman and that's accidental girl was for for awhile mouthful law he's the me he's competences hanging roman reigns back to guide is going to win the royal rumble tomorrow areas of of of honggul dig at all ticket building with a rebel the ago took a year overall this match was okay they've had better tag matches on the show but it was told with the story in.

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"mansoor" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

Yeah, But Still

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"mansoor" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

"Of what this is vague this is the worst like a celebrity hitting on a celebrity like i don't want to end lack now very w that sounds iran but it was dark it was it sounds this pretty dark did not go no big poly fan little gil with them i polish should do the plod showed meal israel should do the port that'd be a dream did they did it was he success no no okay team that she actually stabbed him any blood on an early buried but we had yeah sorry yeah i feel like the stabbing part is a lot more answer stigma sorry somebody hitting on somebody else in the club brennan you like the spike tv manifesto did you read it oh shit have you seen those no oh no i heard about by read reboot there is i mean rip spike tv rip mansoor's rip all the mansoor's was the funniest show mansard of all time i forgot about until right yeah manser is very essential just answering questions that nobody ever wanted to write only com how many peers can appear boobs hold three commercial breaks later the answers tan that right the right and then there's like the others like always like a shot of like a scientist for a second but this is scientists usually think firmer it yeah it's that was a it was a wild program yet almost out of the questions are have like a new miracle answer the like there's no way divert be provable just like which gun is the best.

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"mansoor" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

Yeah, But Still

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"mansoor" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

"Of what this is vague this is the worst like a celebrity hitting on a celebrity like i don't want to end lack now very w that sounds iran but it was dark it was it sounds this pretty dark did not go no big poly fan little gil with them i polish should do the plod showed meal israel should do the port that'd be a dream did they did it was he success no no okay team that she actually stabbed him any blood on an early buried but we had yeah sorry yeah i feel like the stabbing part is a lot more answer stigma sorry somebody hitting on somebody else in the club brennan you like the spike tv manifesto did you read it oh shit have you seen those no oh no i heard about by read reboot there is i mean rip spike tv rip mansoor's rip all the mansoor's was the funniest show mansard of all time i forgot about until right yeah manser is very essential just answering questions that nobody ever wanted to write only com how many peers can appear boobs hold three commercial breaks later the answers tan that right the right and then there's like the others like always like a shot of like a scientist for a second but this is scientists usually think firmer it yeah it's that was a it was a wild program yet almost out of the questions are have like a new miracle answer the like there's no way divert be provable just like which gun is the best.

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"mansoor" Discussed on First Take

First Take

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"mansoor" Discussed on First Take

"Anytime one after in off for like i'm capable would some dangerous thing so on notice this allowed things to go into that um you know throughout the week gang planning um no injuries uh you know come up in this as far as me i feel like i'm on my way of my career where eighteen years in austria for like i have a lot of football lfm yet bill play at a high level and i just wasn't able to really get the opportunity we missed a couple of times down a few my essay injury said import but uh now just overall collectively i think is still a lot out there i have to offer um you know and i still want to show not a league and a whole world when i'm able to do so i gotta say last year was tough on me very frustrating um you know but my part take on it off like i can go out there and just continue to work and be a mansoor help you know just leadership is far as excess i had in what i meant through my career so i say last year obviously was serve but now we're still build and we're gonna build our chemistry we're gonna do everything we can no steps in an steps out suits again better sean i'm not worry about your numbers because you're the type of dynamic weapon that can affect the game even if you don't get your numbers because other things can open up for other guys because of the threat of you and that's why last year when we were discussing where you should go on this show i was like tip up if you you put him of the young improving quarterback and mike evans on the other side how they're going to cope with that and you gotta upcoming tight end the whole thing and yet it didn't work out and you won't say because you're a team player but i'll say it mario to winston with the two quarterbacks who had experience and seemed to be heading in the right direction and we're supposed to take the next step and they both regress especially i think your guy jamus winston regress this year what does he need to do to get back on track.

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"mansoor" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"mansoor" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Tvs there he tattooed on his body right they were like i guess we won't resuscitate and that's what he wanted right yes yeah so so it worked out so who gives a it the he got what he wanted to kill everybody who gives asia your all your all bureaucrats you want an all pay paper old school year tattoo put decide on and communicate that is i liked his gun this is a sign of paper or will keep keeping you will live and keep trying that's bureaucrat he signed had flesh careers me and my red tape bullshit kid member when you could just be a person would if he tattoo the form would if the whole forbus chapter you are for even i won tracy go and the hopedfor even upi rational at that that's great looking around a people had to take him seriously for a minute and see what you have to do of mansoor guy he had the swastika debt yeah what does that even mean right for you know so what you say maybe when he if he goes to hospital that it led jews they still have to they still have to resuscitate manson unless he has the ground work even know a lot of people want to kill him the doctor still has to keep them alive unless he says hey no thank you because we don't even believe in suicide in this country we don't even allow people trail himself sure but that's a whole new why do i even wto why of course it's crazy you're fucking asserted.

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"mansoor" Discussed on What's Good Games

What's Good Games

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"mansoor" Discussed on What's Good Games

"I don't understand who used to shake and also with this meticulous tastes like nothing anyway what no van triet it's basically it's it's it's like a less sweet version of lucky charms it's less i like that idea actually that sounds really good to me well the the seventy has some and if they do will try it together now rams so that's going to do it for us for news for this week we are going to talk about some gains after the break i got to play a couple of new things a preview a few things and alexa raise here to talk about i can't tell because she in steimer made so much at least two oh you played zina blade and horizon i finally played horizon zeroed on amazing i talk about it we're going before that we're gonna take a break here from afar sponsors sick with us ladies and gentlemen and we will be right back by this episode of the what's good games podcast is brought to you by take thisorg take this a fk rooms are mental health first aid for conventions worldwide and without the cycle mansoor's they just be empty space since two thousand fourteen take this has been sending cycle mansard two conventions worldwide trained in the art of mental health first aid cycle dancers crete safe welcoming spaces for people dealing with mental health issues and can help guide people in distress to the help they need between training ensuring flying lodging and feeding our cycle manser's take this spends over tens of thousands of dollars a year to help thousands of people dealing with mental health issues at conventions all over the world.

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"mansoor" Discussed on What's Good Games

What's Good Games

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"mansoor" Discussed on What's Good Games

"I wasn't if they don't make like story but we're going to talk about now i'm going to talk about getting back into destiny to in the next segment all right we're gonna take a quick break and then we're gonna come back and talk about what we've been playing this week hopefully you guys have been plains some cool soviets and some time over the thanksgiving holiday here in the united states or maybe just over eur last weekend if you don't celebrate thanksgiving anza so book lynn or in to talk about some video games we'll be right back this episode of the what's good games podcast is brought to you by take thisorg take this a if care rooms are mental health first aid for conventions worldwide and without the cycle mansoor's they just be empty space since two thousand fourteen take this has been sending cycle mansard two conventions worldwide trade in the art of mental health first aid cycle batches create safe welcoming spaces for people dealing with mental health issues and can help guide people in distress to the help they need between training ensuring flying lodging and feeding our cycle manser's take this spends over tens of thousands of dollars a year to help thousands of people dealing with mental health issuesconventions all over the world in the cycle of answers need your help to keep flying visit the take this petri on a patriotcomtake this org to learn more about the cycle mansard project and how you can help bring help healing and hope to people around the world because a sponsor of the.

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"mansoor" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"mansoor" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

"First of all let's start at the end after brand receives his visions mira is talking to benjamin and she says how'd you find us and he said the three raymond sent me she says the agreement is dead and benaissa's and now he lives again and boom brent start six up okay hey guys just a quick break to tell you about our sponsor dinge mode is brought to you by direct tv now livestream your favorite channels on virtually any device plus you can subscribe to hbo and star watching game of thrones today and now back to binge mode two yeah pyre mansoor's pouring jars of wildfire the sheets different different from what we have seen in the actual current time on of the show before so this is either the past or the future by it is definitively not tyrians blackwater stash either means that it is confirmation that has long speculated there's more wildfire from the mad king's days stash somewhere in kings landing or that someone is going to have more brood in the future uh now we see many many flashlight wildfire but certain moments the cut directly from the paramenters pouring the substance to the mad king shouting burn them all indicates that this is his stash that kind of juxtaposition not an accident and then we see an actual riled fire explosion underground clearly clearly beneath a building not out on open water this is not blackwater this is not tear millions trick this is different in the books in if he's for crowe search has the alchemist burned tower of the hands down.

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