19 Burst results for "Mark Coleman"

"mark coleman" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

05:51 min | 4 months ago

"mark coleman" Discussed on The One You Feed

"Oh yeah, I was really mean to my mother yesterday and I'm just a terrible person or someone criticize my work yesterday and it shows I'm just a loser and so just see if you can conjure up the words because once we've got some of the judgments to work with, it's a little easier to work with because then we can start bringing some analysis and inquiries this really true is that really am I really a loser just because I didn't do a good presentation at work or I forgot my mother's birthday. Does that really mean I'm a failure or I'm not a good person? Like no, it just means I did something up that I prefer not to have done and I did and so it's really important so that's why the subtitle that book make peace with your mind how mindfulness and compassion can help free you from the inner critic. This essential thing is we have to be mindful. We have to know we have to be mindful of our mind, mindful of us, so it's just a know when we're judging. Notice when we caught noticing when we're believing these negative usually inaccurate stories. And then to be compassionate because it's the whole thing is so painful. You need to be kind with ourselves and to be loving with ourselves. That's all easier said than done. Please read the book if it's a free trust. I will be teaching more about it, I got some workshops coming up. I think what you're saying there is really interesting. And this is a topic that I think about a lot, which is there are times where we become aware of what's happening inside us. Let's say we recognize, okay, the inner critic is there. There seem to be times that the right approach to that is to, as you said, can I engage cognitively with these thoughts? Can I work with them? Can I see where they're not true? Can I say, hey, enough? Right, one approach. Another approach that we hear a lot about is just step back, let it be, you know? It's the invite mar in for tea idea. It's the let it be. And I'm always really curious about for you, how do you recognize your know which of those approaches might be right for the situation you're in? Because they seem both to be valid approaches. Yeah. But sometimes one is more effective than the other. Do you have any thoughts on that? Yeah, I do. I mean, again, it's a complex topic, but I think for many people, in the beginning of the work with working with those voices and views and judgments, it's important to actually kind of create space so you don't feel completely drowning in them..

"mark coleman" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

03:53 min | 4 months ago

"mark coleman" Discussed on The One You Feed

"Love that idea grief needs space. Yeah, that is so true. It needs space to unfold in the way that it will unfold and it needs the space for whatever emotion comes up and you're right. It's very difficult to do with other people. So yeah, I think that's a beautiful way of saying it. I just want to touch on a bit about your work on the inner critic. I just have to read this one passage that you wrote because it just really struck me. Talking about just having, you know, there'd be an immense amount of space in this world and now in this universe, you're talking about deepening into the silence. You say, the earth rests in the vast darkness of space in a universe that is inherently silent. And despite the chatter of birds, the rustle of leaves in the wind and the roaring of ocean waves, a quality of silence always pervades the natural world, away from the sounds of words, conversation, and human activity, it's possible to sense the stillness amid all nature's movements. All sounds arise from and return to this eternal silence. And I know on some of your retreats, you practice what's called noble silence in Buddhism. So just briefly, can you talk a bit about engaging with the silence and the power that that can have? Yeah, silence is definitely huge part of my life and my practice and my teaching. So all of my meditation retreats and programs are in silence. I love the silence. But I love about it is we can be alone together. If we're chatting, we're all together, but if we're in silence, we can, you know, let groups of the hundred people are out in the field, if we're all in silence, we have our own experience, but we're together. So it's shared just that is a beautiful experience because it's so rare we have such a loud, busy culture. That there's rarely any silence..

"mark coleman" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

03:11 min | 4 months ago

"mark coleman" Discussed on The One You Feed

"With anything with trying to find some balance and steadiness with it. Just like we have to be present with a neighbor's noise and things we don't like about our partner or the political system, you know there's many, many things we have to deal with. So nature is a great teacher. It's like, okay, so I'm sitting here in the little bug going, it's not biting me so it's not going to harm me or anything, but it's annoying or it's tickly. How do I just stay present and not get all in the tizzy about it? Or I put my mosquito head net on and then it doesn't bother me. And then it can buzz all around because it's not going to get into my nose. So there's also I'm not into masochism, right? If it's cold wrap up if it's hot, you know, find the shade. And then when you can't do anything about it, then you have to find that ease in your own mind. And it's a great training for life. Indeed. Maybe that makes me think about your backpacking trip when it rains so hard. Just described experience you had a little bit. Well, first I want to birth a new idea for Mark, which is Mark Coleman's crocodile concentration experience. Yes, there you go. You'll be very focused if you're like, there could be a crocodile speaking up on me. So in the swamp. In the swamp, there you go. Perfect. There you go. I don't know. I guess it was this year. I decided I was going to go backpacking. I'd never been actual backpacking. You know, I've been camping, but not backpacking. And that's a whole different thing. Yeah, we got completely drenched. Like just relentless rain, you know? I learned that waterproof boots are waterproof up to a point. Exactly. Nothing is fully waterproof. And make sure to close The Rain flap on your tent. Oh yes, we set up camp and it was nice, and I was like, okay, and everybody was with was like, I think The Rain is over and I was like, well, in that case, I'll leave The Rain flap open and try and let this thing dry out a little bit. It was indeed not rainy was not done. So yeah, so it happens. One of the things that mindfulness has had the most profound healing effect on for me is just the ability to be with difficult emotions. And to be able to be with them. And to be with them in such a way that it feels grounded and steady and open and strong. You know that there's some equanimity there and compassion. But nature can bring up some intense experiences, emotionally, you've talked about some experiences you've had in the teacher training class that I've been a part of. But you know, grief is one of those intense emotions that can actually, as Eric was mentioning earlier. Can really be processed out in nature. You know, that nature actually can show us a lot about our immense ability to heal no matter how great the damage inflicted is, you know? That life itself, nature shows us, has an innate momentum towards wholeness, growth, and healing you right. Which I think is truly beautiful. And I wanted to explore that and then the next piece I thought we could touch on is talking about fear. But have you had some experience or even in the retreats that you have led with nature being able to really heal profound grief? Yeah, definitely..

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"mark coleman" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

04:07 min | 4 months ago

"mark coleman" Discussed on The One You Feed

"Have an expectation, but you know, and again, it can be quite ordinary, and even if it doesn't feel great, there's something's happening that's a healthy, it's healthy for your eyes, just to give your eyes a break from the screen. Healthy for your brain to give your brain a rest. I also want to say in nature isn't everybody's cup of tea, I love New York City and think the beach in a good friend of mine is a wonderful well known damaged teacher and she was with a friend and they were staying on this hotel at the beach and he said, do you want to go for a walk on the beach? He said, she said, now it's too much sand. You know, and so it's definitely not for everybody, but I think everybody can probably appreciate something like a beautiful sunset or watching waves crash against the cliffs or something. So, you know, not to expect that it should be great, or you should love it. You know, it's really, you know, each set of their own, but I think if we learn how to cultivate mindfulness, some kind of meditative presence, attention, then we're more likely to be touched by things, whether it's people, the beauty of an urban landscape, the beauty of a park in the city, and it can be quite ordinary. An ordinary is okay too. It's interesting you say that because I found myself as I was reading your book sort of secretly thinking like, there are plenty of times that I don't feel like going out of nature, although I feel like I really should be this animal nature like just craving its environment of the natural world, but sometimes I just do not feel that way, and then I read a passage that said, you know, even for those of us who long to feel more a part of nature, our fear of discomfort can hold us back. And I thought, oh, aha. You know, that's interesting, because I do think that part of any kind of reticence I have to spending time in nature at one moment or another is that there's a level of discomfort inherent in being in nature. And I found that a very interesting way to sort of reorient around that and then become curious about my relationship to discomfort. And so I wonder if maybe I'm not alone in that and you could speak to that a little more. Definitely good point. For sure, for many people, much of the time, or some of the time, it's uncomfortable. You know, like where you are, it's freezing right now in winter, buffalo, or it's hot and muggy, or it's buggy, or it's just uncomfortable, there's no way to sit and just flies, there's who knows what all this fear of predators or the dark. I love that dimension of being outside..

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"mark coleman" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

03:35 min | 4 months ago

"mark coleman" Discussed on The One You Feed

"And then you round, you go outside, maybe up to the hills and the mountains that have been there for millions of years, you get a different sense of time or even like right left the redwoods and they've been around for a thousand or 2000 years and suddenly it's like, oh, there's other ways to be, right? Not that we can just live like a tree because we can't. But something of nature's pace rubs off on us. Because we're so connected, the stillness of stone or the steadiness of trees or the immensity of the ocean is something about that that reminds us, oh yeah, the world that we live in, the stories like, oh, I've got to do this and I've got to finish my to do list and I've got to get all that created and that's just mentally driven activity that's not necessarily always either healthy useful or true. And so again, I think when we go outside, we tap into our biological evolutionary heritage, there wasn't busy running around with to do lists. And iPhones and tracking the stock market or whatever it is that we do. Slower, more in tune with rhythms of the sunrise in the sunset and seasons and we can re invoke that if we spend time outside because I think most of us go outside if we go to the beach the weekend say or we go to a park and then we stop feeling relaxed. We start feeling the influence of nature on us. And the danger that I feel, we're becoming an indoor species and the average American spends 95% of time indoors that the less we have contact with nature, the more we stay in this very frenzied urban techno driven life and so the more we can go outside the more it can relax the nervous system, calm the mind, open the body, and we can come back into a little more balance..

"mark coleman" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

05:09 min | 4 months ago

"mark coleman" Discussed on The One You Feed

"And there's so much great research about, as you say, how healing nature is. And even in this newest book of hers where she's sort of chronicling a journey back from heartbreak and what heartbreak is and all that, you know, nature is still a huge component of it, right? And we were talking about connecting with people, but she went back multiple times to, yes, connection with people is good and important. And you can also just connect with nature too because there is a deep connection there. You're not alone when you're there in nature. And I think that's such a beautiful idea if we can really sort of start to internalize it, that we're not alone. You know, there's all these other living things that we are connected with. To this point, really helps with isolation. And as you were talking, it made me think a little bit about, I've had this experience multiple times where I'm walking outdoors in the Woods, and I just have this feeling like, you know what, whatever happens,.

"mark coleman" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

05:55 min | 4 months ago

"mark coleman" Discussed on The One You Feed

"My life. That has really beautiful and as you're talking, I'm thinking, you know, in nature so many of those qualities just seem so available to us more so than in the busyness of our day to today life, you know? And in fact, you lead people now in nature retreats. And I want to hear more about that as we talk. But as I was reading your book, it came to me that maybe a way to orient our conversation could be that modern life tends to cause us some imbalances. Tends to create some states within us that can be very distressing. You know, we'll talk about some of those, but that nature truly being time in nature time connecting with nature can be a powerful antidote to those modern afflictions if we can say that. So to regain balance from this modern culture, nature can really help us with things like we can start off for example with isolation and feelings of isolation. You write that by looking beyond the surface of things, we can begin to see that every rock, every grass blade, every drop of water is related to every other thing. When we realize how connected we are and always have been, our painful sense of alienation can dissipate, leaving in its wake, a loving embrace of life. And I wonder how you've seen that to be true. Can you say some more about that? Yeah, yeah. So it's true that we, especially with the pandemic, there's a lot more sense of being isolated, being separate, being stuck in your home, not being able to see friends and family. And so I think that that sense of alienation is much stronger, being indoors, being on our screens. And then when we step outside, whether it's into a garden or on the street or in a park or if you're lucky a Woodland or hills or beach or mountains, we come into an environment that our body evolutionarily speaking knows, right?.

"mark coleman" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

05:50 min | 4 months ago

"mark coleman" Discussed on The One You Feed

"So it doesn't actually lead to a net gain. It's just a different version of the same problem. And so I think wisdom teachings Buddhism and otherwise asking us how do we engage with injustice and with the problems in the world, but not perpetuating the same reactive mind states because then we just perpetuating the same problem. I think so that was a big shift for me. And seeing there had to be other ways rather than using anger and hatred, which just also made me feel toxic. So I can't help but ask because I'm a music fan. What are we talking here? 1980, 82 in London? I got there in 82. Okay. And there was no for about ten years. So it was the height of the flowering of the punk and the postpunk and the new romantic. Yeah. What were some of the bands you were really into then? Back then it was stranglers, their little fingers, using the banshees, Ramones, sudden death call, Joy Division of many, many great bands. There was such a lifetime. I had either white Mohawk, I made my own clothes. I figure rings and I love it. Nice, nice. Well, you just listed our editor Chris. You just about listed some of his greatest hits list. Although some of that for me to Joy Division and I was really into the Sex Pistols, although later, I came a few years later than you sort of as punk and hardcore was kind of taking off the DIY thing in the U.S.. And so that was kind of my adolescence. Well, and you had a band, didn't you? I did. I formed a band called the walking amphetamines. Our first drummer, none of us knew how to do it. We had a good guitar player who loved to play AC/DC..

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"mark coleman" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

04:10 min | 4 months ago

"mark coleman" Discussed on The One You Feed

"Yeah, so going back down memory lane, which is a few years ago now. Yeah, I was like many young people trying to just survive trying to figure out who I was and what life's about. And I had a particularly, I'd say political sensitivity to the injustice that I saw around me to the exploitation, to the poverty, to the negativity, to the corruption. So a lot of my focus going back to the two wolves and my focus was on what was wrong, who was to blame. And it was angry. And I think I also was hurting inside. I didn't know what I was hurting from. It took me many years to kind of understand that. I also had a tremendously intense inner critic, so I had a lot of self hatred, a lot of self judgment. And so there was a sort of cacophony of turmoil and confusion and anger and struggle. And there wasn't all like that. I also had my moments of joy and fun and being crazy wild college student punk rocker and all of that. But inside, I felt unhappy. I looked at my journals. It was full of me feeling depressed and anxious and negative. And then, you know, I was lucky enough to stumble on a meditation center, and I happened to learn the practice of mindfulness and meditation. When I was 19. And it was kind of radical. And I was busy blaming the world and the government and corporations and all kinds of things out there. Like they're the problem. If we fix that, then I'll be happy. And then I realized, oh, wait a minute. Like there's so much suffering going on in here. So much judgment and pain and anguish and negativity and so meditation kind of pulled the carpet out, pulled the rug out. And made me look at beginning to understand, well, where does happiness arrest from? And where does suffering begin? And so much happens within our own mind. And that became a radical shift in my life to understanding myself through meditation through Buddhist practice through cultivating the heart. It was a great relief for a confused and often angry young man to find some. Somebody's figured this out. Somebody has a path..

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"mark coleman" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

05:30 min | 4 months ago

"mark coleman" Discussed on The One You Feed

"For joining us. Our guest on this episode is Mark Coleman. He's an author and senior meditation teacher at spirit rock meditation center. Mark holds an MA in clinical psychology and draws on his extensive experience in working with people as a therapist and coach. He's also an unabashed nature lover and through his organization awake in the wild. He shares his passion for integrating meditation and nature. Mark Leeds wilderness and meditation retreats from Alaska to Peru, taking people on inner and outer adventures. Hi, Mark. Welcome to the show. Thank you. Great to be here with you both. Yes, as you just alluded to, I am not here alone. I have Ginny with me for another one of our interviews that we're doing together. Yes, I am really honored that you joined us. Mark is of course you know, but I'll share with the listeners you are my teacher. I'm in a mindfulness teacher training program that you and Martin aylward are leading. So I just feel very honored to have you here. You have really touched my life and my heart and so your work is so beautiful and I'm excited to share it with our listeners today. Wonderful, wonderful. Thank you. We're going to spend a lot of time talking about your book, which is called awake in the wild, mindfulness in nature as a path of self discovery, but before we do that, we always start with this parable and I'll let you take it away. All right, here we go. Okay. So Mark, there is a grandparent talking with their grandchild. And the grandparent says, in life, there are two wolves at battle inside of us. One is the good wolf, that represents things like kindness and bravery and love, and one is a bad wolf that represents things like greed and hatred and fear. And the grandchild stops and thinks about it for a second and looks up at their grandparent and says, well, which one wins? And the grandparents said the one you feed..

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"mark coleman" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

01:51 min | 4 months ago

"mark coleman" Discussed on The One You Feed

"His physicians now in Scotland and South Korea and other places that are prescribing nature, literally not Ritalin or antidepressants but actually go out in nature one hour a week or 5 hours a month because that's actually going to do more for your nervous system than medication sometimes can. Welcome to the one you feed throughout time great thinkers have recognized the importance of the thoughts we have, quotes like garbage in, garbage out or you are what you think. Ring true. And yet, for many of us, our thoughts don't strengthen or empower us. We tend toward negativity, self pity, jealousy, or fear. We see what we don't have instead of what we do, we think things that hold us back and dampen our spirit. But it's not just about thinking. Our actions matter. It takes conscious, consistent, and creative effort to make a life worth living. This podcast is about how other people keep themselves moving in the right direction. How they feed their good wolf. I.

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"mark coleman" Discussed on MMA Roasted

MMA Roasted

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"mark coleman" Discussed on MMA Roasted

"In Ghana now, do we is that accurate? You think showing think it's accurate in Ghana. There should be three or four to one favorite man. There's no all he has to do is anyone's and wage upgrade against Royce was just like really bad. It wasn't like he was looking amazing. Like I I don't think I've got all the first round. Like I really don't otherworldly Power Man and gone could be hit so long. What do you think? Yeah, I hear what you said but he's, you know, the power and off and all you got to do is yet anybody wants and they'll crumble. He's powerful as all. Get-out, and girl gone. He just thought I'd like he's at the bi-level stage and he doesn't have what it takes to get to the a-level. Gregor. Do you think? I mean, he's already on the level, is the interim champion and I think we were sitting here the guy I mean well, we've always done with heavy weights is very little technique and a lot of power. I mean they tend to be just big dudes with a lot of power and very short fights. And I think he's you've been a long time since we've seen a guy of his size to have that much actual technique. But if there's anyone that also combines it to its ngannou and play as more power and gently as more experienced by a dog. With you guys I think it's it's ngannou by a lot and he also kind of got let know. So are you have to just three months or doesn't have the experience? I've been doing this shit for three or four years now you know, and I think God's judgment doing the kickboxing for for that long, right? Yeah, yeah. But he's only been here two years something like that. Yeah, yeah. But so's and gone up right now. I'm a really low level of talent, you know? Yeah, that's true, too. I mean, how do you think these guys would have done a guess, why? That's why That's why I want to get in there and challenge, you know the champion and make my comeback. Yeah you too and we want to see it too man. Now dog, do you think in Ghana or a Cyril? Down would have done against a prime Mark Coleman..

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"mark coleman" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"mark coleman" Discussed on WGN Radio

"They are a finger tap on your keyboard away now, and it's getting easier and easier to get wine shipped to you. You know, one of I just saw a report on the wine industry and one of the big Categories to takeoff is direct from the winery wind. So you're seeing laws loosen and the ability to I've worked with, for example, Stagsleap Wine Cellars. I didn't taste virtual chasing with them two weeks ago, and people were able to order the wine's directly from the winery and kind of cut out the middleman and cut in some cases cut down on the shipping time. So People are funny, easier, easier. And while restaurants sadly and it just breaks my heart are having a lot of trouble during Cove it the bright spot is in the retail and the winery sector where people are stuck at home, and they're using the Internet to source. He's really good and diverse wines from both around the country and around the world. Okay, you're looking at that. We're gonna take a break, and we Come back. We're going to talk a little bit about Mark Goldman, who has is often as his shows are sold out in person, and they will be again in 2020. He is bringing the people what they want what they need, which is virtual Mark Coleman and some just it just and some of these great wine some of the celebrity wise, he is a celebrity, bringing in the celebrities that are having wines. As well. We'll talk a little bit about the marketing now with those regions are able to kind of tap in to really what's happening now, instead of having all these marketing plans, so we'll see. Maybe we could even do a little think tank and for the orange winds. Maybe it's not just for breakfast anymore. Resurrect that one. So keep it here. We'll be back with Marco, but it's staying on 7 20. W G M..

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"mark coleman" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:18 min | 2 years ago

"mark coleman" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Thank you for your kind of historically national artist mark Coleman welcome back he's a partner at hemp public relations and head public relations dot com and do you have another story though about Florida hemp growing program and what's going on there because the U. S. agriculture is ready to do some exciting things yeah you know it before I before I bring that up I wonder which is mentioned that we have a lot of new issues today on Long Island New York and taxes in Florida a lot of people listening to your show today well we shot out and say be safe please please please be well and be safe because so this is a yes yeah this is a tough time tough tough to add this is a tough time and we need connection we need information that's accurate we need connections we need to keep our immune system healthy and part of that story is the endo cannabinoid system and that is critical really critical but if you are Hey I just want to put a warning we were we had a doctor on the other weaker so who said if you do you have the corona virus you do not want to partake in CVG right now you want it take it to help your immune system and you want to take it when you're all done but not during the show just a little warning I I actually try not to mention that yes yes yes okay so tell us about this story about the U. S. department of agriculture because you know hemp growers are having a terrible time right now just say the right absolutely so Florida ham growing programs to get federal approval kind of exciting US department of agriculture Frankie is a poised to green light Florida's hemp program as early as next week clearing the way for farmers to apply for cultivation licenses and for other ham but businesses get involved in processing and selling the product this is very big this is very exciting and this is not on the club in nineteen oriented anyway the Florida department of agriculture has been sending threats have rules back and forth with the U. S. department of agriculture for months making subtle tweaks that incorporating feedback from public comment periods the the final plan was submitted to the U. S. department of agriculture last week and will it be approved any day now this is big big news hopefully have growers will be able to fill out an application on the department of agriculture website only approved at their a fingerprint scanner and background check which is very limited the only flirty and restrictions of getting a permit are those who've been convicted of narcotics felony or marijuana charges in the last eight years which makes a lot of sense this is a great thing I'm super excited by the way I'm glad for them I'm glad for them but do you know one of the questions on the the PPP application is if you have anything to do with the cannabis industry right they want to they want to know that right up front because they're not going to give you money if you do so just yes yes yes share with other words for that does that change yes yeah well I know I know I'm still what about people that are sitting and saying you know this this is an opportunity I'm working at home I'd rather be out in the land I'd rather be doing something else during my my life a lot of people just as we were for active now can you hear me now yeah my bad I little bit going going in and out a little bit today they were having some tech issues today yeah all right so right now we're listening to the Frankie Boyer show academies eight easy talking about various marijuana issues and issues C. B. D. issues we do this about once a month going through all of the news very very exciting stuff marijuana hemp CBD always popular in the news and again just want to reiterate it's an essential items we're very excited to make it essential items NO more state really needs to work along with that again you're listening to the Frankie Boyer show biz talk radio and we're talking about cannabis eighty Z. very exciting stuff good Hey Hey mark you know what's happening is that so many people are online that my connection to the studio gets dropped so I apologize for that but so mark your each sharing about the the number of people that are getting into the hemp industry absolutely had salaries are outgoing knows for careers in mainstream agriculture this is great we love what helps our rates are good we love would also aliriza good careers are blooming in the head industry pay is far better than mainstream agriculture counterparts according to a new research survey gathered salaries for hemp farming positions from executive management of farm labor they had staff and it all really shows that they're outpacing other agricultural jobs according to a farm salary data from the bureau of labor statistics average annual salary from farmers would you think but I guess I have I have no idea I'm AT around sixty eight thousand dollars which is a very good wage for a lot of people here in the states in America you know that compares to a higher level management positions at M. farms which tops out at about a hundred fifty thousand per year for farm directors which is a lot more than I would've expected farm laborers yes get less than the average salary per annum but workers there are around fifty two thousand annually and hand the green house technicians average about sixty grand per year so all kind of interesting stuff yeah very interesting and you know I was saying before I got cut off I don't know if you heard me say that after nine eleven we all kind of questioned what what our purpose is what we should be doing a lot of people and right are having that same question now during this code nineteen epic pandemic in and people were saying I don't know if I really want to go back to what I was doing I want to be maybe try something different and so this might be a nice opportunity to get out into the field of ham and look into it or the cannabis industry it's eight you know it's real early it's a great time absolutely good time I'm you know that D. cannabis infused beverages.

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Man Arrested After Allegedly Approaching Young Girls In Quincy

WBZ Afternoon News

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Man Arrested After Allegedly Approaching Young Girls In Quincy

"Our Quincy man in court facing charges of trying to lure teenage girls WBZ TV is bill shields from the courthouse with more here Benjamin chan is being outfitted with a G. P. S. bracelet Quincy police say that on three different days this month chan and drove up to young girls on the street in proposition them offering hundreds of dollars for sex the girls who are as young as thirteen at least one of them was the incidents occurred near the YMCA near downtown Quincy and in several neighborhoods of Germantown so judge mark Coleman order chan to stay away from

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"mark coleman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"mark coleman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"D. to clear water a police pursuit terms even more dangerous when a suspect pulls out a weapon officers attempted pulling over vehicle this morning in Holland they'll but the driver didn't stop the passenger in the car was later seen hanging out the window holding a gun Honda beach police captain Madonna Donovan tells NBC six police had to take serious action in the city of Hollywood the suspects out of IBM and an officer was forced to take action which included firing more than one shot one suspect was arrested while the other is sent to the hospital with non life threatening injuries and a man is dead in an officer involved shooting at an accomplice trailer park deputies in Sarasota say they responded to a call about a domestic incident yesterday after the noon hour at the palm and pines mobile home and RV park mark Coleman was armed and was assaulting his wife when deputies arrived at the trailer when Coleman did not heed the deputies orders to leave his wife and drop the weapon the shot him Coleman's wife suffered minor injuries and the next hearings in the impeachment inquiry to president trump happened Monday the White House says it will not defend against the charges calling the process unfair and with a pre determined result but even if the impeachment inquiry has been dividing the nation university of central Florida con Machon Snape says the process has weight on the economy we revised our world for cat down somewhat because of the uncertainty politically and not the impact in some sectors of the economy you know it's a it's affecting business investment spending is having some impact on manufacturing company as a bit of a twist to the U. S. added two hundred sixty six thousand jobs last month the most since January and Florida state is naming Mike Norvell its next head coach.

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"mark coleman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"mark coleman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Police pursuit terms even more dangerous when a suspect pulls out a weapon officers attempted pulling over vehicle this morning in Holland they'll but the driver didn't stop the passenger in the car was later seen hanging out the window holding a gun Honda beach police captain was Shonda Donovan tells NBC six police had to take serious action in the city of Hollywood the suspects out of IBM and an officer was forced to take action which included firing more than one shot one suspect was arrested while the other is sent to the hospital with non life threatening injuries and a man is dead in an officer involved shooting at an accomplice trailer park deputies in Sarasota say they responded to a call about a domestic incident yesterday after the noon hour at the palm and pines mobile home and RV park mark Coleman was armed and was assaulting his wife when deputies arrived at the trailer when Coleman did not heed the deputies orders to leave his wife and drop the weapon the shot him Coleman's wife suffered minor injuries and the next hearings in the impeachment inquiry to president trump happened Monday the White House says it will not defend against the charges calling the process unfair and with a pre determined result but even if the impeachment inquiry has been dividing the nation university of central Florida con Machon Snape says the process has weight on the economy we revised our world for cat down somewhat the the the uncertainty politically and not the impact in some sectors of the economy you know it's a it's affecting business investment spending is having some impact on manufacturing coming as a bit of a twist to the U. S. added two hundred sixty six thousand jobs last month the most since January and Florida state is naming Mike Norvell its next head coach the news comes on the day Norvell help coach seventeenth ranked Memphis two twenty nine to twenty four win over twenty three Cincinnati in the A. C. championship with Florida's news I'm Sean.

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"mark coleman" Discussed on Free Your Inner Guru

Free Your Inner Guru

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"mark coleman" Discussed on Free Your Inner Guru

"Burden of this moment what what what adds to the the stress of distress and and knowing that the clarity that comes from awareness allows us to unhook disengaged just identify and find peace or ease in relationship to whatever's happening and that's always available awareness is a birthright the rican always access so that's my two so that's awesome thank you for that and you make it sound one hundred percent worthwhile sort of stopping that default automatic loop that's playing to step down out of that into our bodies and in into 'em into 'em this freedom actually this the into that inner that sounds like inner freedom to me absolutely absolutely for the rebels well thank you very much for your time for your book 'em i just did a facebook live in this crazy z one hundred days of facebook live thing that i'm doing and a and i was saying that this is a book that while i read it for the purpose of sitting down on a timeline to sit down with you i intend to go back to the chapters that jumped out at me much like at that other book end to undo some of these exercises as part of a of my meditation or mindfulness practice so i'm very very grateful for that and and it definitely 'em i recommend it for both 'em for both people who are new to mindfulness but also people who want to have a who are experienced at want to just get back into that deeper dive of it and understand some of these these old very old time tested principles behind it it's good to we don't get the here about that as much as i would like that's part of why this podcast exists actually so thank you for bringing that here today to are are shared space screws on if people want to find you online what's the what's the best place that they can go yeah so my main website is mock coleman dot org that's m k coleman c o l e m e n dot org and has you know both kinds of information about my books and i teach leather retreats and mindfulness teacher training nature meditation teacher trainings and all kinds of activities 'em writings on that so please get a mock home dog and you'll find everything you need me all right and i will leave that lincoln the show notes for easy access and it's been a pleasure mark thank you very much thank you laura bicker thank.

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Milwaukee beaches closed/under advisory ahead of hot weekend

Red Eye Radio

01:00 min | 4 years ago

Milwaukee beaches closed/under advisory ahead of hot weekend

"Com and let the fun begin From the WTMJ. Breaking news center, on rusty, Mellberg an investigation continues into what caused a fatal fire north of Sheboygan falls Friday Cheboygan county sheriff's office says fire crews arrived at a structure player just after five AM on the sixty seven hundred block of highway thirty two while putting out the fire a fifty five year old. Man was found dead. Inside plan. On going to the beats to see cool today make sure it's, open the Milwaukee health department has been busy with. Its daily tests for e. coli. And that is for some beach closures and advisories this summer exposure can cause illnesses so, that is why Mark Coleman takes added, precautions for him. And his son get home Take a shower wash on regarding the health department does post its, daily beach water quality reports and beach closures on. Their websites the Wisconsin state fair. Is also advising people to stay cool went on the grounds this weekend CEO Kathleen O'Leary.

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