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"meena" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

My Seven Chakras

04:35 min | 4 d ago

"meena" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

"On that note, I see this often is once those plants are taken out, then there's empty pots sitting for 6 months in a front outside the door. That resembles emptiness in Feng Shui. That represents opportunities not being fulfilled. So if those parts are sitting empty, take them to the back until the next year, invite energy and really focus on inviting energy in and another thing is the toilet seats. And the bathroom door is closed. That is the biggest drainage of energy in Feng Shui. So close the bathroom door. We so much energy escapes through the open drainage system in the sinks, and then the toilets. Keep that toilet laid down. It is one of the top ten Feng Shui things that's easily able to, you know, we can easily do it ourselves and keep that door closed. Got it, got it. And so what lies ahead for you in 2022 now. I know time is just passing by so quickly. Ever since the pandemic, but what lies ahead for you for the rest of the year. Just doing what I'm doing. I love it. I love it. I just completed my Feng Shui vision board course. I had aimed for 40. I had 42 participants. We had to move to a bigger location. And now I'm doing one virtually, then we're creating a wealth was in November and until December, it's go, go, go. And then comes the January to March, April. I'm busy with all the annual clients. They want to reset their already getting in line, reset, revisit their intentions. And so those four months, I don't take any new clients. So for me, I'm in my happy zone, just taking no pressure, no goal setting to the dollars and cents part, goal setting in my mind about manifesting for myself and my clients, but no stress. Amazing, amazing. And I'm sure that by now people who are listening to this episode now have a different or a more better understanding of Feng Shui, as well as the things that you shared, the applications, the differences, the nuances, the mindset, and also the questions that you need to ask when it comes to learning about this amazing ancient modality and practice. Before we close off, what is that one thing that you are grateful for right now? And how can somebody learn more about you? One thing I'm grateful for is this blessing. This blessing, it comes to me. I am passionate about spreading the word on energy, whether it's Feng Shui, whether it's energy clearing, whether it's manifesting, setting your intentions, crystals, moon energy. I am just in the best place best time of my life and I express gratitude every morning and every evening. And if somebody wants to get in touch with me, it's my way of giving back. I'm on social media. I post every single day on there or my assistant does I give her the content. And we are on Instagram under momentum Feng Shui. We're on Facebook under momentum Feng Shui. We're on LinkedIn and I post every day. It's for every one person that asked a question. There is many others that can benefit from it. And like I said, that's my way of giving back. And if anybody is missed out on the in person Feng Shui vision board, it's a we call it 6 months to success. There is another one that's coming up in October by popular demand because people were like, what about us? We're virtual. So that one's happening and of October and they can get in touch with me if they have any questions. And I'm here to assist. Amazing, amazing. We'll have all these links up in the show notes for sure. Action tribe if you liked this episode. Then make sure you take a few minutes to write as an iTunes rating and review. If you're on Spotify, make sure you review our podcast and tell your Friends family members or maybe your acquaintances about our podcast, because the more you share, the more we grow, and I don't use Facebook ads or whatever to grow the show because I believe in the power of our audience. And that's how we grow. So please keep sharing this, keep recommending our podcast people that you come across. If you would like to support us, I'd like to let you know that we've launched our new blog as well.

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"meena" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

My Seven Chakras

03:03 min | 4 d ago

"meena" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

"Provide solutions. So in that case, you could have the two same direction facing homes. And depending on the two people that live there, two individuals or families that live there, my delivery will be very different. I take them from here to here. My goal is not to overwhelm them. But I need to start showing them some because I call this a beautiful energetic dance. No matter where the person is in their journey, whether they already are living clutter free and they know about Feng Shui and the power of energy and they want to elevate it or somebody starting Feng Shui one O one. Where are they and where do I need to take them next? The energetic dance, I show them. It's like, take this first step. It's as simple as that. Let's do this, this and this. Energy will appreciate it. It will notice a difference. It will appreciate it, energy is not something we can see. But you will wake up tomorrow or a week from now feeling empowered. Because energy appreciated it, you get empowered. Now you do another two things. And energy appreciates that. And then you get more encouraged. It's a beautiful dance. And I start them from where they are regardless of what's going on. And most of the time when they're doing the work, I hold them accountable. I tell them very upfront in a nice way. I am here as your guide with tools. I am here to hold your hand. But nothing will change just because Mina was here. It was introduced to you unless you do the work. So the ones that I know are asking questions are the ones that are seeing the shift in their life because they're doing the work they have to do the work. That's very true. It all begins with asking a question. And in terms of asking a question, even Google can not help you, right? Because Google only provides the answers. You need to ask the question, you need to put that search keyword without which even the vast library of Google can not help you, but if you ask that question, then I think it's very powerful. And also the type of questions that you ask is why powerful, right? You can either ask to add to that. This is a good opportunity. So what happens is sadly, a lot of times, clients, by the time they get to me, they are confused. Because they type certain questions about Feng Shui. So let's just go back to that. And they got many different answers. It's the same thing we can say in the realm of meditation or yoga. It's the same thing. There is so much information out there. Now there's also four or 5 different modalities that are in Feng Shui, but then there's many offshoots of it from there as well. And one will tell them this and then the other one will and I just tell them follow one. Follow one with your heart and if you need more

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"meena" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

My Seven Chakras

09:48 min | 4 d ago

"meena" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

"Now I've got a two part question. One question is like a lot of times maybe in a family. There's a CDs of maybe challenges, maybe financial challenges, or maybe health related, right? At what point, as somebody who spent so many years in Feng Shui, do you related to something that has to do with the energetics versus just coincidence or maybe genetics, like families have genetic related issues, father has its son, has it, and the daughter has it as well. So as somebody who's outward looking inward at what point do you say, you know what? There's something amiss with the related energetics of it. That's part of my question, and secondly, if you can dive deep into how can the events of a past time influence the energetics of somebody or maybe a family living in that area, you know? If there was a violent or negative event that happened ten years back, 20 years back, 30 years back, how does that affect what's happening right now? Great. So maybe it's a very long question. We're having a conversation and beautiful way to dive deep into this part of it. So first of all, we're very open about it. Feng Shui, I am very upfront with my clients. This is not a be all end all. This is not a magic wand. This is what we call in classical Feng Shui, we call it the 33% rule. Okay. So 33% in again, me coming from Indian background. I love sharing this is 33% of it is our destiny. Period. Okay. It is there. It's just the way it is. So I won't talk much about that anymore. I think it's kind of self explanatory. The other 33% is what are we doing about it? Are we just going to say this is destiny and it's just bad luck and leave it or are we actually wanting to evolve and see what our parties that last 33%, the other 33% is the Feng Shui tools. We realize something is not 100%. We are doing something about it, but what is that something? That is the 33% that then I take over and the way that we use that as an example is if somebody is destined to have a car accident, it's going to happen period. Now, you've done your part, you've placed the Feng Shui cures, energies flowing empowering you in your life journey to a 100%. Will that car accident be a drastic one? Or but because you place the cures, it will be a minor fender bender. Somebody's going through sickness is that going to, you know, a lot of times we talk about willpower. Somebody's willpower where so much information, so many books have been written on it, and I'm the number one fan of that is, you know, it's, how do we perceive it? We recommend the tools we guide the clients to place them with intention. And all of a sudden they're flowing through life. Whatever they're meant to go through. And as far as the energy that you mentioned in the second phase, this is where the energy clearing service comes in. It is so important. It is not just the families, energy. It could be anybody, remember Feng Shui is working in the spaces. That house are beings. It is not on the soul and body, but the spaces, the energy that houses the soul and the body. Okay? So clearing that energy. Now some of the houses are 30, 40, 50 years old, some even older. And this just does not pertain to houses only. This pertains to the furniture we have in the homes, we could buy something from Craigslist. That's totally fine. There's nothing wrong with it. But clear that old, heavy energy, we don't know where it came from. Clear it, I have the powerful ritual that we do, then set your intentions into it. The same applies to the home. Energy clearing is so important, I suggest heavily recommend to my clients to say that before we place the Feng Shui tools. Let's remove the heavy energy first. Then we place the Feng Shui tools and then we manifest our future. So three step formula. That's very, very true. And I think also in India, there's a lot of emphasis given to how something that happened in the past might influence your current, but also the importance of clearing the space. And especially with fire, it fires so important and significant in India. Every home, maybe this is a puja or some kind of other event. You bring somebody who's experienced in that and they conduct that fire. I remember going back to my home earlier this year and I intuitively felt drawn to doing a chakra yantra puja. It's like an advanced puja using those yantras, you know? The shri yantra. And after that, you feel better. You feel like there's some shift that has happened, but I think it's so important like you pointed out to not just think about the Feng Shui. But to think about clearing energetically the space and then hitting the reboot button, so to speak, with the right intentions. For somebody who's sitting at home right now, sorry, please go ahead. Sorry. You were there and you felt that energetic shift immediately, because one it was your intention and secondly, the relatability factor, you're in this, you can pick up. Whereas somebody else sitting there with you might not have felt anything. It's the same thing with energy clearing. I can write books on what we've discovered when we remove the energy. To other people, they might be, because I follow up, I follow up with my clients a few days after. And sometimes it's like, oh, it's okay. It's fine, but then again, that's fine. We've done our part. I know the energy shifted. It is just their level of awareness. They're not everybody's walking the same walk, right? So I'm glad you're here that you had that wonderful experience and especially back in motherland. So, well, thanks to Google also, right? Because now I'm Googling all these different pujas that you have to do and all these different locus that you would be intentional and specific about and all of us that I'm saying, can you do this? Can you do this? And the pujari is like, how do you know all of this? Thanks to the right, but yeah, it speaks to also within a family, not everyone might be energetically inclined to sensing what is a miss, right? And partly I think it's because of our education system. We're taught to really discount our intuition. We are taught to not rely upon our hunches and our tort streams and the intuitive downloads that we're so natural to us as children. We just start what you just work hard and things will work better. And some truth to that. Now, you know, the last few years, I think we've had a major reset. And we are definitely going more that way. And that takes me back to something else now. I hope I'm not throwing you. We could talk forever, but I hope I'm not doing it. But it takes me back to the very first line on my website. And it's there for a reason. And it's west meets east. You know, I grew up here. I love where I am, but at the same time, you know, from what I know from the 50s, 60s, and I'll just speak of Indian experience. I had a few uncles that came to North America to be doctors, and then they ended up staying here. And this is the eastern culture always enthalpy and it was all about the karaoke and a lot of western influence, Hollywood. It was great. It was great. That's true. Right now I'm talking about something a little different that is, you know, we didn't have we didn't give value. We were always looking for medicine out the best, right? We didn't give value to all these rituals. My goodness. Right now, where are we turning to? Ayurveda, meditation, yoga, acupressure, pressure, acupuncture. There is so much that we're going to going back to the way it was. These rituals. A simple thing as placing a bowl of salt or a grid around our houses or not taking your shoes inside back in India, which my grandmother I watched her doing made no sense to me as a child, but now it's exact same thing in the realm of energy that we preach. How much power simple salt has alone. Holistic, that's Rachel. That's true as well, because when I was young, I used to go to my grandma's house on my mom's side.

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"meena" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

My Seven Chakras

05:31 min | 4 d ago

"meena" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

"This picture, what does it represent to you? And I see the passion in their voice. It's either my neighbor gave it to me or my sister was moving and she gave it to me and I kind of even forgot it was there. That means it's time for it to go. It may not be Feng Shui friendly, 100%. The other side is, I love it. We got it when we went to the strip or my best friend gave it to me and I love it and I see the enthusiasm in their eyes and their voice and they may not be 100% function of friendly, but this is the tipping point. This is when we say, okay, perfect, keep it. Any happy vibes that are ignited is a good thing. So clutter, it depends on how much what is clutter. What does it consist of? And if I'm able to guide them to make the energy flow a little bit easier. Garrett current. Now when we think about spaces, what comes to mind is maybe a home, maybe an office space, but also the city. So do you feel that the city, that a person lives in, can either be conducive or not so conducive, in fact, bringing you down based on your vocation based on the type of vision that you have in the purpose that you've been put on dessert for. And what I mean is, are there any cities that are more conducive to me as an individual based on my energetic pattern? And then do you do that as well, like saying, you know what? Based on your path and your skills and your intention, you know what, when cool might not be the best for you. Why don't you try to, I don't know, Toronto, or Calgary. And then a person goes to that city and then all of a sudden things begin to. Manifest and open up for them. Have you had those incidents in the past? Yes and no. So you've hit the keyword manifest. First of all, it is all about our intention. Secondly, you know how earlier I was saying that certain people are, you know, a house facing a certain way is not good, but the other way is good. So now we're talking about cities, okay? First of all, there is unless somebody is on a spiritual path or for their career, they're limited were in this city. They will not have that opportunity. That's pretty much a no brainer that they need to move to where. Other than that, my goal is to make sure that emphasize on what it is in the city or in this case in this home. Shed light on what can be done as far as the location. So I will take the focus away from the city, but let's say that the house is in an area where it is not 100% Feng Shui friendly. It's corner home. It's at a T section. It's got the electrical post outside. I did a business recently whereas in front of a casino. You know, so a lot of heavy energy coming and going in the path of dirty. In front of a hospital in front of the funeral home, cemetery, schools, a lot of fast moving energy, where is this home that we're working on or this business? Within the city, okay? So I don't focus so much on the wrong city, like I said, unless it is just pretty obvious that they would be thriving if they went somewhere else. Or they're on a spiritual journey, which they won't thrive in Vancouver or Toronto if they're on, well, they can, but you know what I mean, they would be better if they located where there was a lot more mountain energy water energy and just energy that serves them. But now the focus is, what is outside their home? And we place remedies accordingly. So I really focus on there's just a few times when I've said to them, it would serve you better if you were to be able to move. But most of the time I'm about solutions. Got it, got it. Because I'm trying to think because if you look at it from a real estate standpoint and Vancouver is certainly a place where people really talk about real estate when it comes to real estate, it's all about location, right? They say location location location. And if you speak to the real estate agent, they might say, you know what? This is the ideal place because it's in front of a school. It's two minutes from the hospital. And there's a more goals a nearby. So those are not ideal places. Is it because there's a lot of moving energy? Yes. Fast moving energy. Now, having said that, those are not the people that I would ask for them to move. Again, for me, it's all about what is going to serve them while they enjoy this place that they got. And that is, that's when I turned to Feng Shui remedies. And the one thing I want to add is every opportunity I get, I add this is in classical Feng Shui, the cures are so simple. When you walk into the home or business, you should not be able to see anything out of place, but feel the energy. So I've been referring in our conversation quite a few times about remedies or recommendations or Feng Shui cures or tools, but they're not the fufu dogs outside your home or red things hanging from anywhere. That is not classical Feng Shui, it's definitely not my breakfast. What when we place tools is it medal that's needed?

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My Seven Chakras

02:14 min | 4 d ago

"meena" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

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My Seven Chakras

02:03 min | 4 d ago

"meena" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

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"meena" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

My Seven Chakras

06:01 min | 4 d ago

"meena" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

"And western Feng Shui in a nutshell is Feng Shui that's brought into North America in the 80s. And it's simplified. I'll give you an example, the best way for me to explain it is astrology. So when we want to find out our horoscope back in the day, we would just look in a newspaper or a magazine and nowadays we look online and say, okay, this is how my week's going to transpire my month's going to transpire. It's pretty general. Gemini will be this and Ares will be this. And so on. But when we want actual astrology reading, we source out a legit astrologer. Then they ask us for place of birth, date of birth, and most importantly, time of birth. Right down to the minute. That's what classical Feng Shui is. It is not a draw 9 squares, the back square would be, you know, your back left square is your prosperity, the back right square is your love and relationship. That's great if somebody wants to keep it simple, they're following the event, keep in mind half of these are tools. The other half is the intention people place it with. So if they come across that great. But classical Feng Shui is very precise. We take the square footage of the dwelling, whether it's a home or business, we take what year was the roof sealed. That's when the energy is sealed within. What year was the house constructed in the roof was placed? Then we get the occupants living in the home, but most importantly, the compass direction. That's when it's three 50.1, or is it three 50.9? That's what the difference is with classical Feng Shui, not everybody's back, and will be prosperity or love and relationship. It could be in their furnace room for all they know. And so my virtual compass is very precise. Sometimes I have to take 6 7 8 readings to get that accuracy because it's right at the borderline of is it falling in the south or southwest and the entire case study is compiled from that. Right. What happens to somebody who says, I sort of know that I was born at 6 o'clock in the morning, but I'm not sure if it was 6 ten or 5 50. First of all, that's astrologer. I was just an example, but no, I have come across that actually. I'll give you my own example. My birth certificate is from Philippines. So I am one of the lucky few that actually has that time right on it, because even in Canada back in the day they didn't put the time on. The input data. So my birth certificate because it's a few years old by now. It started to show its age. So we can not make out if it's 6 or 3 p.m. or 6 or 8 p.m.. So what does astrology? This is a great way for me to find out who am I communicating with? They work backwards. It's the same thing in Feng Shui when we don't know the age of the home. Was it constructed in 1955 or 57? We start to work backwards. If it was 55, this and this would have transpired. Did this happen to you, or the occupants of the house? If it was 57, then we start to backward and say, okay, this is the year. So we have our own way of finding out. God. So based on the exact time and even if it's like two minutes, there are certain things I can or might not happen to you, is that what you're saying? Exactly. In astrology, yes, yeah. It depends, though. I mean, sometimes the planets don't shift for ten, 15, 20 minutes, right? But if you're on the borderline, yes, so Feng Shui is just like that. If it's three 50.1 versus .7, if it's right on the borderline, that when we have to start to say, okay, which scenario, they're falling in, then do the case study entirely on that. Interesting. So I'm sure somebody listening to this might be wondering as well about the origins of Feng Shui. Can you speak to a little bit about the origins? Because a lot of people know that it's sort of stems from China. But I'll be going back to the kings and queens in China in the palatial year rooms and quarters and palaces where they're the ones that first were using. Yes, it actually originated over 5000 years ago. So that's the dynasty that we refer to. And I was one of the lucky few that was selected two years ago to actually go spend a month there. Which part. And in China. And just before the world shut down in October of 2019, I was there to get my advance certification from there. So I got to visit the temples. I got to visit from the shrines and temples of where Feng Shui originated. All the way up to the 300 story buildings in Shanghai. It's vast. It's everywhere in China. And they practice it. I mean, since then, it's for years now. It's evolved into the rest of the world too, but you can see they eat Feng Shui, they breathe Feng Shui. They live Feng Shui it's beautiful. Beautiful energy everywhere. Action fry, we're going to take a few moments to thank our sponsors because they are supporting us today. Action tribe, do you get good sleep at night? And do you wake up feeling fresh and rested? Your sleep quality determines literally every aspect of your life. You know, I used to

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"meena" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

My Seven Chakras

09:42 min | 4 d ago

"meena" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

"Her clients, clients, lives blossom and transform into the most magnificent ways imaginable. So Mina it's really nice to have you on our show. Thank you. I am blessed. I am blessed. Thank you. Any chance I get to spread the word of energy, I make myself available and I'm grateful for the opportunity. Amazing, amazing. Yeah, so I've so many questions to ask you so many themes to explore. But I think I'll start from the very beginning. Wherever you born and brought up and what was your childhood like? Because I know that you spent some time in Philippines as well, right? Which I did not know before, but I learned it more recently. Yes, yes. I belong to an Indian family. To the Sikh origin. And yes, I was born in Philippines, and I was 6 when I was sent back to live with my grandparents at the time. It didn't seem like the best decision, but on my parents part, but little did I know that it was going to evolve into this. So from the age of 6 to 13, I studied in India right in Punjab and that's when I got to know about this beautiful culture that I come from. So yeah, and I've been in Canada since the age of 13, but very much in the at heart. Got it. But your family was still in Philippines while you were in India. Yes, yes, my mom and dad, I'm the oldest of three siblings and my grandparents were alone and you know it's a cultural thing where the obligation is to the parents. So my dad felt that he didn't want to leave his grace aging parents alone. He felt that if there was a little child bubbling bouncing around, it would bring energy into their lives and I think I did. I was a pretty good child, but never the case. Nevertheless, you know, it is still taking care of a 6 year old. So I was there from age 6 to 13. And I was blessed to be raised by just very loving grandparents and got to know them like my own parents. Yeah. And then we all integrated into Canada together as a family. That was one of the conditions by the immigration officer. So I got when I was 13. Got it. And so how was your life in India from ages 6 to 13? And what influenced that play in your upbringing? It was an eye opening experience. I've done inner child workshops and I've had time to revisit my own childhood over the years and as I said briefly before at the time, even though my parents were loving, sorry, my grandparents were loving and just beautiful souls at the time I still missed not being with my parents and my siblings, but I was meant to explore the culture and to be brought up in that holistic environment in a village. You know, I left when I was in kindergarten and being chauffeured in a uniform in Philippines to all the way in a village and sitting on the ground and learning with the locals. And it was an adjustment. I must say, I mean, when I revisit that time frame, it was an adjustment. I didn't speak a word of Punjabi at the time. And in grade three, we also learned Hindi. So both of the languages were new to me. But, you know, when children are placed in a situation they adapt quickly and so did I. And you speak 5 languages, is that correct? Yes. Which languages do you speak? Yes. Well, Punjabi and Hindi, of course, and then there's English, but then there's I would say a four and a half. There's tagalog, not just the Philippines language. And I love that culture. I love the people. I always say, you know, whenever you run into them, they're always smiling and bubbly. I love the Filipino culture. And so now look. And then there's or two or two. The Indian poetry. So those words are deep. And I picked them up over the years and I pride in the fact that I can converse and do as well. So when you said half are you referring to urdu or tagalog? I didn't spend too much time there. I had since gone back, spent another couple of years, but if I was given an opportunity, the dialect is very similar, a lot of the words are from Spanish. So if I was ever if I had an opportunity in my life, I would definitely develop that more. But I understand it fluently. Yeah, I also think Philippines is a beautiful culture, great food, as well as beautiful language as well. And especially I think in Vancouver, so many Filipinos, right? So maybe you get an opportunity to practice some of your and my previous career too. I had the privilege of working with them as well. So I love their energy. And so how did you come across Feng Shui? The practice, the art form, the modality. When did that happen? And how was it introduced into your life? Yes, that takes me back to 26 years ago. When things are meant to be, they will somehow show up in your life and it's really up to us. I truly feel when the timing is right, we get gentle nudge, but for me, it was totally meant to be. So let me share my Feng Shui journey with you. My son was born 26 years ago and my youngest of the three. And at the time, we didn't have the privilege of when we're curious about something going on Google. And just searching things, so somehow I stumbled across the coffee table book. And it's a large sized book, you know, coffee table book, and it's been on my coffee. At my coffee table since. And life happened. I went through different stages of life and different houses. And at Christmas time in the western world, we clear away the declarations and replaced Christmas stuff out. So then somehow it would get the decorations would be packed away in the book would be back on the coffee table for another 11 months. It was just, it stayed with me. I myself slowly got into it more and more started to apply some of the things it was western Feng Shui, western Feng Shui, old shed light on it later on, but it simplified. And so it was easy to follow. And I then, in my life, over the span of 12 years, had three different consultations done. You know, I was on my own, then I went into a relationship, so I wanted the energy reset and had another consultation 5 years later and then another one, but it was the last one that was classical Feng Shui that really resonated with me. And I knew it was a matter of time. I was very, very close with my father. So I would share with him periodically my desire as well. Interesting. So then the introduction to Feng Shui is sort of like ten years, right? How long did you mention? It took a long time. 15 years. So it was like, you know, it's something resonated, and then maybe you went back to your life, and then you come back to sanctuary once again. And the third time, like they say, makes all the difference, right? You know, firsthand that in the Indian culture, we're somehow in the background where we have exposure to astrology. And so this is all the realm of energy. I wear an astrology ring as well, I have been, you know, over the years. And so this was just a progression that was meant to be over time. All right. That's very interesting. So what is the difference between classical Feng Shui and western country? So at the time, I didn't know. I was sourcing out the person that I felt connected with, and I would follow their suggestions. But then, and I would share with my father, he was always fascinated with my stories. And my biggest cheerleader, and then I lost him. I lost him 8 years ago and I truly feel to this day that he's my angel that's given me the nudge to say, okay, me and I, you know, enough talking about this look into it further. So I was flight attendant full-time flying at the time for about 15 years. And put my career on hold, sourced out where am I going to get this training? There is so much out there that when I discovered the difference between classical Feng Shui and western Feng Shui. And western Feng Shui in a nutshell is Feng Shui that's brought into North America in the 80s. And it's simplified.

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"meena" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

My Seven Chakras

02:12 min | 4 d ago

"meena" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

"Come one shop all at the JCPenney friends and family sale through Wednesday use your 30% off coupon inside the JCP app and shine on with up to 60% off diamond solitaire's and studs. Plus, get carried away with up to 70% off luggage from samsonite, American tourister skyway and more. Anyone shops, everyone saves. We got your holiday. JCPenney offers valid on select items through 12 7, offers reflect after could one savings, exclusion supply, sea storage, GCP dot com for details. Isn't inflation taking a bite out of your grocery budget and your federal credit union is here to help introducing our inflation buster share certificate with 5% APY for 7 months now through December 14th. Bring your money to Andrew's federal credit union today. The inflation buster account must be opened with new money, enters federal credit union membership is not just for the military. We also serve the community. Visit enter FC U dot org. Early insured by NCA membership eligibility required APY equals annual percentage yield, a $1000 minimum balance to earn advertised APY. So 33% and again, me coming from Indian background. I love sharing this is 33% of it is our destiny. Period. Okay? It is there. It's just the way it is. So I won't talk much about that anymore. I think it's kind of self explanatory. The other 33% is what are we doing about it? Are we just going to say this is destiny and it's just bad luck and leave it or are we actually wanting to evolve and see what our parties that last 33%, the other 33% is the Feng Shui tools. We've realized something is not 100%. We are doing something about it, but what is that something? That is the 33% that then I take over. And the way that we use that as an example is. The sudden chaplains swirling for diseases of energy, position throughout our body, from the base of the spine to The Crown of the head, for thousands of years. This ancient wisdom has been passed on from master

"meena" Discussed on Health Shi"F"t

Health Shi"F"t

03:16 min | 8 months ago

"meena" Discussed on Health Shi"F"t

"And then the idea of relationship of not just within yourself, but the relationship with others. And it's all sorts of relationships, family dynamics, dynamics with your inner child, dynamics with lovers, and then the idea of going outside the box. There's also many different kinds of relationships. And there's so many different types of humans and really learning about what those look like. And then whether that's on the LGBTQIA+ spectrum or not, right? So you really get access to understanding more than maybe you, you as an individual before you enter this program. And so with this, it's very intense program. We study and reread huge numbers of books. And you have to do these practicals, which are guided steps to be able to integrate tools and techniques, one on one with one of the Vida sisters, and you do this throughout the full year and a half. So you end up doing hundreds of hours of practicums. So you, by the time you're done with this coaching program, you really know how to engage. And how to assist somebody through very complex thoughts and feelings or even to connect with their body to connect with their senses, to recognize that their body may be blocked. You may be numb. How to release that. And how to come to a place where you know what your personal mission is. So each one of us is like 464 of us. We're all here in different parts of the world. And we all have different things we want to do. And recognizing what that mission is and what that niche is and then carving that out as an actual way that you can service people. And learning how to tailor and how to fine tune because being really broad sometimes doesn't really allow you to deliver the message the way you would want to deliver it. That's the towards the end that's where we are right now in the stage of the program, which is towards the end. That's in a nutshell what we do. And then in addition, there is major. So you can learn how to be a thumb, a tantric sex coach. You could be a certified doctor sex coach certified conscious dating coach certified relationship transformation coach certified life transitions coach certified female empowerment coach certified female sexuality coach and certified male sexuality coach. You learn these at the addition in addition to the general love sex relationships. You get to have the opportunity to super specialize in those of you want. Wow, it sounds really rich. Amazing. And it's all done on Zoom. Of course. She's been doing this on Zoom way before the pandemic. So she was way ahead of the curve. Cool. That is very cool. Yeah, yeah. Man, we so need to break down these walls because it's just so much divisiveness out there. And every area absolutely..

"meena" Discussed on Health Shi"F"t

Health Shi"F"t

02:53 min | 8 months ago

"meena" Discussed on Health Shi"F"t

"And it was just something fun, but man, it just makes you feel so much better. I also love using wide angle vision. Are you familiar with that concept? Yeah, that's so wonderful, especially since we're behind computer screens all the time. Yeah. Yeah. Great. Great, great great. Wow. So in terms of your tell us a little bit more about your Vita coaching, I'm really curious about this. Oh my God, it's so juicy. It's so amazing. So I joined this program a year and a half ago. Leila Martin is a really well world renowned. Wood call her love sex relationships coach beyond. She's an educator, a sex educator. She studied in Stanford before it was cool. So she is really a trailblazer. It's just really young but my God, is this woman incredibly powerful. So she's designed this program to educate what people that embody the concept of being female either as transgender or as binary or even as a non binary, but they're still have a female identifying body. The idea being to have those types of people learn different things that are in the realm of the world of love sex and relationships so that may start off as relationship with yourself. Recognizing the things that are maybe your triggers, the things that maybe within you that may be stopping you from allowing yourself to be that full encompassed and embodied person you want to be recognizing how you can elevate yourself and how you can remove things who don't want to have in your field of life. That's one aspect then getting into the juiciness of what actually sex is or what it can be and what it is for different people and how you can tap into different relationships too. Everything under the world of sex. So that's body love. This painting behind me was inspired by the 7th chakra, which was painted right as I was entering this coaching program. So it was interesting that this was the energy I was drawing in before I even started the program. But I really find that allowing ourselves to honor this power that in India we call it shakti, the kundalini, the energy force, the life force that we all have, whether you're male or female, we all have this life force. So then we do a lot of work around the whole idea of releasing blocks that you could be holding onto from that. Because I'm a reiki master, I already understood the energetic pieces of that, but she'll teach that concept to people that don't know that. So you walk away from this coaching program, learning so much about the energetic system of the human body..

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"meena" Discussed on Health Shi"F"t

Health Shi"F"t

05:29 min | 8 months ago

"meena" Discussed on Health Shi"F"t

"So I always was a promoter of working from home. The fact that we were able to do that all over the country was fabulous. So I was able to take care of patients anywhere. Then I went back into the clinic about three weeks three months ago because there was a need for regular in person checkups. But not as much because the numbers of people that want to come in is still significantly low for me with functional medicine. So I do one session in the office and then the rest of the sessions I do want telemedicine. And it's working. The clinic I was at before will probably not open. So I will end up staying in this system of doing one session in and the rest of the sessions. With telemedicine. Got it. Yeah, you know, it's interesting. I've shared this before, but you knew me around the time when I went through the leukemia and then the lime, and then I got the staph infection. That's what really did me. And that the chemotherapy reaction and whatnot. And it was one of my psychiatry colleagues at Newton wellesley who said, why don't you start using Skype? And I'm like, oh, I love being with my patients. And I tried it and actually one of my first clients who was also a reiki master as well. She said, your energy came through loud and clear. So I said, that's it. Okay, I'm going to Skype. It works. You know, I originally was wondering about that too, but there's a connection that I think is more powerful because there's no distraction. When you're in a room, at least when I go back and they think about it, to distraction of the telephone or the distraction of noise outside the room or the distraction of even maybe what's on the walls or what's around you or even that person's telephone. Don't really allow for as much eye contact. I have so much more eye contact with telemedicine than I ever did face to face. Even though I was in a room with them. I feel like I'm more there for them, but I think it's also a personal experience. You can probably relate to this. So for your listeners who don't know, I incorporate functional medicine and primary care together. So I work in the community health center, which delivers all sorts of care to the population. Never had they had a functional medicine doctor. So I brought in the concept of let's integrate it into primary care. There's no reason for it to be separated. All I need is longer visits, I need permission, and I was given both, and it's been phenomenal, so my patients can get really interesting experiences, and then I'm known as that doctor that's going to think out of the box and talk about something that's a little bit different than maybe the normal everyday way.

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Ramstein Air Base in Germany Becomes a Refuge for Afghans

Here & Now

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Ramstein Air Base in Germany Becomes a Refuge for Afghans

"There is still a significant number of people in afghanistan who are still trying to leave the country after the us pull out and for afghans who have already left some are in limbo at the us. Air base in ramstein germany. Waiting to fly here to the united states. Npr's rob schmitz reports this hanger. Which can snugly fit. Some of the largest planes in the world was not meant to house people that it is. Today it's nine story. Tall ceiling looms above a series of rectangular enclosures constructed of ten foot tall wire fencing separating groups of afghans dressed in colorful robes tunics. Were allowed to leave these massive cages when it is time for their flight to america a woman in a black hejab cradles her newborn wrapped tightly in a linen cloth on hangers cold floor. The infants name is mustafa. His short life has been hectic two weeks ago. He was born in a village outside. Kabul the next day is family whisked him to the frenzy gates of the kabul airport where they slept outside for four days packed among throngs of others desperate to flee the taliban when he was five days old little mustafa was rushed through the gates and carried onto an aircraft ending. Up here at ramstein air bags now. He's waiting for a flight that in a few hours. We'll take him to his new home. America i plan to build a life for my son and his siblings. In america says mustafa's mother walk. Meena will only gives her first name for fear of reprisals by the taliban on family back home my husband worked with the afghan army and we were in too much dangerous day in afghanistan. There are nearly fifteen thousand others here left for the same

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Johnny Depp Says Hollywood Is Boycotting Him

Fred + Angi On Demand

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Johnny Depp Says Hollywood Is Boycotting Him

"So johnny depp. Said he's being boycotted by hollywood as his latest film. Meena motto has yet to score a us release in a recent interview. He called his fall from hollywood's good graces and absurdity of media mathematics. That's a fancy way to say that. I've run doesn't like him right now if you forgot about his acts Amber heard she did accuse him of domestic violence last year he lost a libel case against a british tabloid rich referred to him as a wife feeder. That's a direct quote The court ruled that the content of the article was substantially true and the judge found that twelve of the fourteen alleged incidents of domestic violence had occurred. Mg mgm then reportedly switch the us release date of minimata from february of twenty twenty one to now it's tv. A and johnny depp ex Accident his lead role in the fantastic beats franchise Talking is hard day So

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"meena" Discussed on The View

The View

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"meena" Discussed on The View

"What. I believe new connections that can be made. I talk about my experiences with there being the book and when i started that process. What i've come to believe is that it's very important buying up person that works for you. You have to feel comfortable and it's not an easy process. I think that you can get into that when you're ready for that I'm actually talking to my therapist later today. So i'm very much involved in that as well up till this day. It's it's something that i really need and again to touch on this book. It's it's some is simply to showcase And of what. I've experienced where i've come to in that works not not is a lot further. I need to go. So i definitely even and right good good. I'm one more question before you go. So i know that your son is only a baby. He's only four months old. He's going to grow up. Do want them to read the book or not. I dedicated it to him And i sure he will. I don't know if he will. I mean i hope that if anything it will offer some understanding You know that helps me in my life. I always wanted to know more about my family. Or my pastor my family history and it helped me understand more about me as a person and maybe he would want to know and you know the whole. The whole process of this began because i found a suicide note and I hope that he can see that. He was the reason that i stayed here. And you know it's it's all for him. So i i hope that he can see that. Strength and in nazi is as something You know that he would be unploughed of there's an this is he's going to be very proud of you and i just wanna say i think a lot of lessons can be learned in your book for young actors coming into the business what they need to know things to look out for. It's really helpful. So thank you for common comeback. Whenever you like meena it'd be a pleasure to talk to you again. The book is called the great peace and we.

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"meena" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"meena" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Making when any jumped cannons booklet on her trip to spain and her camera at camera was being used as a souvenir at the world's columbian exposition. Meena fleming was there giving an address on women's work in astronomy. She said in part quote photography as applied to astronomy is one of the greatest advances which has been made in this. The oldest of sciences and this same advance has opened up a comparatively extensive field for women's work in this department and then she ended this address by saying quote while we cannot maintain that in everything woman is man's equal yet in many things. Her patience perseverance and method make her his superior therefore let us hope that in astronomy which now affords a large field for women's work in skill. She may as has been the case in several other sciences. at least prove herself his equal. So this idea that there was women's work to be done in astronomy that was well established by the time. Any jump cannon's started her study of the subject at ratcliffe essentially especially in the late nineteenth century women came to these roles with a range of education and experience everything from an interest in astronomy and a knack for math to an advanced degree in the subject is typically very detailed also very repetitive work involving making calculations analyzing data and keeping an organizing records. Women were thought to be particularly suited for this thanks to the perceived traits that fleming described in her address but for most women and there also was not a lot of opportunity to advance in these jobs..

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"meena" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"meena" Discussed on The Young Turks

"About nothing if you don't stand for nothing didn't cave need to turn is about something as she stands for something and then didn't said about politics is she stands for you. The people thank you very much. Is claiming this. She has democratic more democratic endorsements but here are people ranging from city council to state senator state rep and mayor of lynn. That are all backing need. A turner. put an ally to idea that she doesn't have mobile. Supporters from mendez mendez aboard boy. Is it ever wonderful to see all of you. Guys is an exciting moment for america right. Now 'cause we are on the verge of electing one of the greatest progressives that this country has ever seen and insane something. I know i know because i spent twelve years of the united states congress and when you send nina congress just in a few days from now she is going to change that place and i just want you to know. I'm so proud of you. Meena meena is of course awesome person in her own right but she understands the power of us. She understands the power of us and she's gonna go there and she's been obedient with ao. See she's gonna be there with bernie sanders and she's been a she's going to be there with all of you and we're all going there with and we are going to change this country because we desire. We deserve to be able to go to the doctor. Hop off medicare for all anybody that he those who the most regressive let me tell you. We desire to cancel student debt. Absolutely yeah and we deserved somebody. Who has the guts. The courage to stand up in demanded on our behalf absolutely and i also want to tell you things that nina will have to face in congress that you and i don't even know about yet but because she has been consistent in her courage and in her advocacy for us. We know that no matter what she encounters. She's going to do the right thing. Because she has done the right thing absolutely. And and i'm gonna tell you this i'm gonna tell you this. It is a very bad very bad idea to say we just want somebody who's going to do whatever the president says. It's not a good idea. Even if you love the president. And i i'm i'm not here to criticize the president but even if you agree with what they're doing you want.

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"meena" Discussed on Just The Sip

Just The Sip

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"meena" Discussed on Just The Sip

"Hey guys welcome to justice it. I really appreciate you guys being here and listening another week. Now before we begin with our next guest. I want to warn you before you listened that some of the topics we may be discussing today could triggering. We talk about sexual abuse assault and drug use. It may be hard to hear for some what i promise you. It's a powerful conversation now without further. Do please welcome my american beauty. Meena safari congratulations on this book q. First of our boss graduates having a baby and i made a human. What does that have been like for you. Oh gosh It's been everything. I'm still going through it. I mean he's only four months old. Yeah it's so interesting because you guys remember the nineties in two thousand celebrity to be like perfect like you couldn't talk about mental illness. You couldn't talk about you know consent you can talk about drug use and you always had to be on point because that's what the people around you expect it. What's it feel like that. Now you get to write you know the great peace and talk about all these things and help other people cope. I mean it's beautiful. It's incredibly liberating. I never expected any of that to happen if it does. You know that's wonderful. I just felt so compelled to do it through experiencing all of that. I made the connection. That what i experienced in my wife meant something Because you know in in hearing other people share until their story. I look at my life and i'm thirty three. I'm a single enthusiast. But getting to the point where. I'm starting to realize that i grew up in a single parent home and i don't know how to share my life with somebody so now i'm working on that part. What about your childhood reflected how you chose men. Do you find most well. That's i mean. Yeah that's that's. I think what you know people can come to learn by reading the book. I mean there's all of those assumptions to be made. I think that for me. What was communicated was very unhealthy. And so it led me into these vary You know a lot of destructive relationships..

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"meena" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"meena" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"I was a teenager that i wanted to be successful that i wanted to be my own business owner It was just a matter of when. And how and so just being able to push forward is really the biggest thing for me. Okay another quick aside. Whoever took your pictures on your website of your food on meena select the best pictures that be little by little android. It's just they're just they're just fantastic. So how'd you. How'd you emerge from this. So was partly how did how did you get back into business in and and get out of this. So how did emerge. I just can't push it. I just i. I when i closed in april It was a decision. Where when i looked at my numbers my credit business thinking more than my restaurant in three weeks. I made what my restaurant made in three months. And i was like something adding up here. i could use work my credit business from my phone from anywhere. And why would any the restaurant you know so We were able to close. But still do kate catering gigs. We just did a wedding last week. So we're still doing catering so one thing that..

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Juventus Win the Coppa Italia

ESPN FC

02:02 min | 1 year ago

Juventus Win the Coppa Italia

"We have to start with the big mid week game and that was the co by final between giampiero gasperini atlanta and unplayable pillows advantis now meena. You haven't really been good this season at all. We've been wondering where is the team that we've seen when nine consecutive scotty the team that even if they play terribly they'd always find a way to win and i couldn't help a thing and we were on the commentary for this game on. Espn two that the second half. Especially i thought you event this may be wasn't the better side in the first half. I thought that they gave away more chances. To what the lanta. Maybe they got a bit lucky but in the second half this was vintage. Event is great pressing creating chances the intensity that we normally we're used to seeing from them and then in the final whistle pandemonium under appeal of felt like there was a champion champion trophy victory all the players celebrating together. It was almost like they let off all the frustration from this season. Yeah i accidentally thank you hit the nail on the head. It really was the way that they celebrated was a little bit like finding it was almost like they had recovered their identity. They had remember who they were. they were the event. is that we. We've known all this time now. It's interesting because there were movements of you and twenty twenty that i did see on dan dreyer. That was some great wins. Perhaps not always fantastic to watch. But i always knew how to control the game. A little bit better. There was a win against barcelona. There was strong winds. That i thought to myself. I can actually see what pillows doing here. There is a developing pattern of play. There is some interesting Bullpen using my voice had an issue with the fact that they always post to defeat rather than into space. They don't seem to understand chemistry just quite yet so it slows down there passing game and makes it a little bit harder to create chances at times. Looks a little bit slow but having said all of that this is event is they're always strong in defence confident capable of managing the game

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Fanny Durack: The First Female Olympian To Take Home Gold

Encyclopedia Womannica

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Fanny Durack: The First Female Olympian To Take Home Gold

"Francis durack better known as fanny was born on october. Twenty seventh eighteen eighty nine in sydney australia. She was the third daughter and sixth child in a big irish family. Her father thomas drac managed pub in town while her mother. Mary took care of fanny and her siblings. Fanny was not a natural swimmer. Her when she was nine years old fannies family went on vacation in the beachside town of coochie australia. While in the ocean. Fanny found herself fighting against the waves and struggling to get comfortable in the water instead of retreating and fear or discomfort vani made it her mission to teach yourself how to swim and she did that. Fannie trained in and mastered the breaststroke at the time that was the only style of swimming that had a championship for women when she was seventeen years old. She won her first state title as her abilities progressed. Fanny learned the trojan stroke and the australian crawl with these three styles. In her skill set she dominated the australian swimming seen her main. Competition was me no wiley. Nina beat fanny a few different events including the one hundred yard breaststroke at the australian swimming championships at rose. Bay as the nineteen twelve. Stockholm olympic games approached. There was discussion. About whether fanny and meena should attend the new south wales ladies amateur. Swimming association had a rule that forbade women to compete in arenas where men were present. The association believed it was immodest for a woman to be so scantily clad and the presence of men but fanny and meena's widespread success created enough public pressure. The association overturned the rule. Getting to the games was another hurdle. These were the first olympic games where women were allowed to compete in swimming.

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Cavani Disallowed Goal vs Tottenham

ESPN FC

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Cavani Disallowed Goal vs Tottenham

"Kick things off by welcome into the show. Don't actress anne anne frank leboeuf. We're wondering where to start today. And then stephen nicholson's in and goes against pretty much. Everybody said on yesterday's show and he said it was the right decision to disallow cavani. Go in the spurs yesterday. The floor is yours. Stevie as much as beautiful between paul byrne cavani truth is if a player strikes another player in the face. a scenario makovsky. No question is using these right arm to defend off these opposition. Which is fine if he sees them in the army. Catch him in the shoulder. These are all things that we all accept because as a contact sport. However you're allowed regardless of whether you mean meena on. Aw you're not allowed to catch it opponent in the face and mccormick catch them in the face and nobody has said he didn't catch him in the face but why is everybody saying. It's not a foul.

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An Encyclopedia of Betrayal

Latino Rebels Radio

03:39 min | 1 year ago

An Encyclopedia of Betrayal

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Tehmina Goskar Critically Engages with Curation, Wherever It Happens

Museum Archipelago

05:10 min | 1 year ago

Tehmina Goskar Critically Engages with Curation, Wherever It Happens

"For the past six and a half years more or less weekly museum. People gather on twitter for something called museum our together. These people form a peer to peer community supporting discussion and debate between those who work in enjoy and challenge museums society. That's the beauty of museum. Our is entirely independent. It is not an organization is just about holding a space so other people can talk with each other. This is dr to meena car who co-founded museum our back in october. Twenty fourteen gosper also founded the curatorial research center. Hello my name is to mean a costco. And i am the director and curator of the curatorial research center and that's an organization. I started back in two thousand eighteen very much to support fellow curator's from around the world and also to make progress in modernizing curatorial practice this month gosper officially steps back from her role in museum. Our i wanted this to serve as both exit interview and a chance to highlight other projects that she has founded based on her curatorial. Philosophies museum i started can october two thousand fourteen sophie balancer. Who was the co founder with me got together over twitter. We've never met in real life. Goodness knows whether we ever will. Sophie was based up in the north of england. I'm based in the far west of cornwall. That we both decided we'd give the idea of the discussion based hours that were kind of finding their feet on twitter at that time so we decided to give it a go and it's grown and grown and grown and changed a lot since then of course twitches also changed hugely in terms of who participates. Who feels confident about speaking out. Who likes in the background. There is a lot of polarization on the platform. Now and so we've changed adapted museum iowa to all of those trends that we've seen happen including it's growing politicize ation as well. If i'm being honest i've kind of treated the whole thing. Even six and a half years own as an ongoing experiment in trying to understand how it is people like to communicate with each other and how it is that you can provide some kind of support for this peer to pay contact is what we're really after on museum archipelago. We look at museums as a medium and twitter is also a medium one that has changed since museum. Our started six and a half years ago since then. Twitter has shifted from a simple subscriber model. One we you see all the tweets from the people you follow the order that they tweeted to a system that uses algorithms that optimize for other factors such as engagement with the tweets. This can make a global conversation about museums. Difficult with the change in. How twitter is managed. And how the concept of driving engagement and algorithms are dictating. What we see on our timelines. There has absolutely been an impact on museum our because of that. We've got to work much harder to try and get ideas for topics for example people's ideas out to as broad an interested audience participation group that we can and that has proven very difficult in fact particularly of late because people's timelines also manipulated by twitter's algorithms and because they're so much more noise on twitter than there was so. I'm kind of glad that museum. Our has managed to hold its own. It retains a light structure. It does support those intimate conversations as well as supporting bigger thoughts and opinions and even ones that people disagree about in one space. I've participated in even hosted a few museum hours. And the thing that reminds me of the most is a museum conference or at least the conversations that you might have at museum conference which is yet another medium but interestingly docker says that museum our has never been about recreating that experience. That certainly isn't the kind of experience you usually get unless you Fortunate enough to be able to afford to go to very expensive. Large international museum conferences. For example like the newseum association conference in the uk or any of items conferences but we've never really perceived if museum hours to fill that kind of gap with still kind of exploring what it is that we think we're doing and that's just by way of being very honest about no having an agenda and letting sort of the emergent process of museum our happened

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The Code of Hammurabi

Everything Everywhere Daily

06:03 min | 1 year ago

The Code of Hammurabi

"Hemmer robbie was the king of the babylonian empire from approximately seventeen ninety two to seventeen fifty bc. Just to put that into perspective. This was over a thousand years. Before the city of rome was even founded as babylon emperors went hammurabi was pretty successful when he rose to power babylon was still a relatively minor player in the region and when he died he had conquered most of potato along both the tigris and euphrates rivers. The region was almost entirely in. What is today modern iraq. Like any good king win. Hammurabi wasn't conquering nearby kingdoms. He was passing laws and making sure that his kingdom ran smoothly and efficiently. It is believed that hamurabi sent out scholars to the various kingdoms. He conquered to collect the various laws of all realms and then collected them into a uniform code of laws for everyone. The result of this was the code of hammurabi which is believed to be two hundred and eighty two laws regarding any number of different infractions. Crimes and disputes the laws were inscribed on a stone and clay tablets and spread around the kingdom. The stele which was found in one thousand nine hundred one is exceptionally well. Preserved the object itself is a hard blackstone known as diorite. it's shaped like a giant human finger at the top is an image of hammurabi receiving the laws from the babylonian god chumash. There is then a preface which states the following quote and who in bell called me by name hamurabi the exalted prince who feared god to bring about the rule of righteousness in the land to destroy the wicked and evil doers. So that the strong should not harm the week. So that i should rule over the black headed people like chamo- and enlighten the land to further the well being of mankind unquote about six hundred years later. The was taken by the king of elam. Shrek know if you've ever watched the two thousand two movie the emperor's club with kevin kline. You'll remember that should noonday was as the example of someone that no one remembers except that i just mentioned him in podcast and he was in a movie under the reign of Dante was believed that he erased two three dozen of the laws. Originally written by hamurabi researchers have been able to recreate the deleted laws by finding other clay tablets. That had the law's written on them sometime after that it was buried as ancient things tend to do and it was rediscovered in one thousand nine hundred one. So what does the code of hammurabi say. Many of the laws are examples of what is known in latin as lex talionis which is a law where the punishment is similar to the crime. You might know better as an eye for an eye. For example law one hundred ninety six states quote if a man destroy the eye of another man they shall destroy his. I if one break a man's bone they shall break his bone unquote however the rules were different depending on what social class. You're in for example. I didn't read the entirety of law. Ninety six just now the rest of it is as follows quote if one destroy the eye of a freeman or break the bone of a freeman. He shall pay won gold meena if one destroy the eye of a man slave or break a bone of a man slave. He shall pay one half his price unquote so the social status of the victim of a crime was a consideration in the law. If some of this sounds familiar. That's because it's very similar to the laws that are in the bible in the book of leviticus the code of hammurabi was written well before the book leviticus so it's quite possible if not probable that some of the laws from leviticus were adopted from babylonian laws the final version of leviticus was written after the jewish babylonian exile. So it's in fact very possible. There are laws in the code deal with commerce divorce rent liability and even medical malpractice there even laws dealing with contracts and the issuing of receipts. It's true that most of the laws are of a rather brutal. If x than wide variety with punishments ranging from drowning burning severing hands gouging out is that cetera. Most of these type of laws are no longer on the books in most countries. Obviously however there are some surprisingly forward thinking laws for something that was written down thirty seven hundred years ago for example law one hundred forty nine states quote. If this woman does not wish to remain in her husband's house then he shall compensate her for the dowry that she brought with her from her father's house and she may go unquote that is basically an ancient version of no fault divorce. However there was one concept that was in the code of hammurabi which was revolutionary and is still with us today. That is the concept of being innocent until proven guilty. In fact these are the very first law's written down in the code. Here are the first three laws in the code of hammurabi quote law one if anyone in snare another putting a ban upon him but he cannot prove it then let he that ensnared him be put to death law to if anyone bringing accusation against a man and the accused goto the river and leap into the river if he sink in the river his accuser shall take possession of his house but if the river prove that the accused is not guilty and he escaped unhurt then he who had brought the accusation shelby put to death while he who leapt into the river shall take possession of the house that had belonged to his accuser law three if anyone bringing accusation of any crime before the elders and does not prove what he has charged you shall if a capital offence charged put to death unquote so basically they had really harsh perjury laws and they made it really hard to pass frivolous lawsuits. So while i don't think anyone would really wanna live under the code of hammurabi today. It's an important part of humanity's legal history old hammer. Arby's two hundred and eighty two law's written in stone with a very first step in creating a system which has led to the one hundred and seventy five thousand two hundred and sixty pages of the united states code of federal regulations today

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Mina Kimes Explains Why SheIs More Excited for This Weekend Than the Super Bowl

ESPN Daily

05:19 min | 2 years ago

Mina Kimes Explains Why SheIs More Excited for This Weekend Than the Super Bowl

"Meena. Hello pablo hello is an nfl analyst for espn and the host of the meantime show featuring lenny so i need to know where you are on the football excitement alerts scale right now because i for a true tape grinder like yourself conference championship. Sunday is in some ways. Maybe even better than the super bowl if the football excitement scale as you call. It was one through ten conference championships. Sunday's about fifteen for me. There's know maybe about whether or not it's more exciting than the super bowl. Pablo it absolutely is. This is my favorite sunday of the year and in part because by the time we get to the super bowl we've talked about same matchups over and over and it's usually like. How many times can we say what you guys rush brady with four. You know before and of course always been in the super bowl the last decade or so. That's a phrase. I've said a lot inventive. You say that. I was going to say you're the person i i would really make that a me. I mean it's true but it's also more fun when you get to talk about other things and this particular set of games. It's really the best possible combination of teams in my opinion. There's a reason why the lions in vegas are very close because it actually looks like a pretty well matched pair of games. I wanna start with buccaneers packers. Meena because this was not a close game when these two teams played back. In october roggio touchdown tampa bay fire the cannons the bucks and thirty seven rogers was abysmal. In that game through zero touchdowns he threw two. picks completed. Completed doesn't half passes in tampa bay when they played each other. The first time and tampa bay destroyed perhaps not coincidentally green bay. Thirty eight to ten. So how did that blowout happened. Well this is. It was such a strange game. Pablo because aaron rodgers has had this incredible season which. I'm sure we'll talk about this. Is the one real blemish on his staff third drops better pass picked off the other side. By two thousand fifteen touchdown touchdown booker. He stunk i. There's no really nice way to put it. Now he stunk in part because the offensive line in green bay which has been spectacular. One of the best football year got beat up. Front rodgers was sacked six times pressured twenty one times. I mean no most of the time this series look cool as a cucumber back there but this was not the case and as mentioned had these very surprising interceptions coming from him. I think he finished the game with a passer rating of like thirty five. Okay so really. It was all about the buccaneers. Pass rush beating green bay upfront and aaron rodgers being uncomfortable as a result and that was also reflected in the running game. aaron jones had just ten carries. He averaged like one point. Five yards per rush again. Very dissimilar from the rest of the season. But you saw what could or should i. If in the eyes of tampa bay be the formula for beating green bay which is if you can stop the running game and keep the packers from executing their play action passing attack which flows from that and get them into third down and get pressure on rogers and obvious passing situations. That's your best chance of beating now. All those things i just said barry. Few teams in the nfl been able to do that but tampa was able to do that the last time. These two teams that so many things obviously have changed since then as you alluded to. That was back in week. Six when that game happened. So in what you've seen since then who's been better this year. Aaron rodgers tom brady. Aaron rodgers is undeniably. Been the better quarterback this year and he is my pick by the way for. Mvp it's between him. And patrick mahomes. It's close but rodgers is that an unreal season. I mean just statistically he's been first and qbr brady was tenth. He ranks third in yards per temporary. He was eleventh forty eight touchdowns brady at forty. He only through five pigs brady threw twelve. You get the idea. So while tom brady is the most complex quarterback of all time i believe. Aaron rodgers is the most talented. Patrick mahomes is kind of them. A run for that. And when these two goats meat i don't know where goat's meat in a field a meadow anyway to meet makes me sort of hungary. Honestly that phrase oud took it there. I guess goats will be hurting in green bay this weekend but the goat whose homefield it is home meadow. It is has been the better one this weekend. That's metaphor really. Just got out of control.

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Mina Kimes Explains Why SheIs More Excited for This Weekend Than the Super Bowl

ESPN Daily

05:19 min | 2 years ago

Mina Kimes Explains Why SheIs More Excited for This Weekend Than the Super Bowl

"Meena. Hello pablo hello is an nfl analyst for espn and the host of the meantime show featuring lenny so i need to know where you are on the football excitement alerts scale right now because i for a true tape grinder like yourself conference championship. Sunday is in some ways. Maybe even better than the super bowl if the football excitement scale as you call. It was one through ten conference championships. Sunday's about fifteen for me. There's know maybe about whether or not it's more exciting than the super bowl. Pablo it absolutely is. This is my favorite sunday of the year and in part because by the time we get to the super bowl we've talked about same matchups over and over and it's usually like. How many times can we say what you guys rush brady with four. You know before and of course always been in the super bowl the last decade or so. That's a phrase. I've said a lot inventive. You say that. I was going to say you're the person i i would really make that a me. I mean it's true but it's also more fun when you get to talk about other things and this particular set of games. It's really the best possible combination of teams in my opinion. There's a reason why the lions in vegas are very close because it actually looks like a pretty well matched pair of games. I wanna start with buccaneers packers. Meena because this was not a close game when these two teams played back. In october roggio touchdown tampa bay fire the cannons the bucks and thirty seven rogers was abysmal. In that game through zero touchdowns he threw two. picks completed. Completed doesn't half passes in tampa bay when they played each other. The first time and tampa bay destroyed perhaps not coincidentally green bay. Thirty eight to ten. So how did that blowout happened. Well this is. It was such a strange game. Pablo because aaron rodgers has had this incredible season which. I'm sure we'll talk about this. Is the one real blemish on his staff third drops better pass picked off the other side. By two thousand fifteen touchdown touchdown booker. He stunk i. There's no really nice way to put it. Now he stunk in part because the offensive line in green bay which has been spectacular. One of the best football year got beat up. Front rodgers was sacked six times pressured twenty one times. I mean no most of the time this series look cool as a cucumber back there but this was not the case and as mentioned had these very surprising interceptions coming from him. I think he finished the game with a passer rating of like thirty five. Okay so really. It was all about the buccaneers. Pass rush beating green bay upfront and aaron rodgers being uncomfortable as a result and that was also reflected in the running game. aaron jones had just ten carries. He averaged like one point. Five yards per rush again. Very dissimilar from the rest of the season. But you saw what could or should i. If in the eyes of tampa bay be the formula for beating green bay which is if you can stop the running game and keep the packers from executing their play action passing attack which flows from that and get them into third down and get pressure on rogers and obvious passing situations. That's your best chance of beating now. All those things i just said barry. Few teams in the nfl been able to do that but tampa was able to do that the last time. These two teams that so many things obviously have changed since then as you alluded to. That was back in week. Six when that game happened. So in what you've seen since then who's been better this year. Aaron rodgers tom brady. Aaron rodgers is undeniably. Been the better quarterback this year and he is my pick by the way for. Mvp it's between him. And patrick mahomes. It's close but rodgers is that an unreal season. I mean just statistically he's been first and qbr brady was tenth. He ranks third in yards per temporary. He was eleventh forty eight touchdowns brady at forty. He only through five pigs brady threw twelve. You get the idea. So while tom brady is the most complex quarterback of all time i believe. Aaron rodgers is the most talented. Patrick mahomes is kind of them. A run for that. And when these two goats meat i don't know where goat's meat in a field a meadow anyway to meet makes me sort of hungary. Honestly that phrase oud took it there. I guess goats will be hurting in green bay this weekend but the goat whose homefield it is home meadow. It is has been the better one this weekend. That's metaphor really. Just got out of control.

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Mets fire GM over explicit texts sent to female reporter

The Dan Patrick Show

01:17 min | 2 years ago

Mets fire GM over explicit texts sent to female reporter

"Fired their GM Jared Porter. It was not part of some housecleaning that Cohen started when he bought that team. Porter was actually part of the new regime. He was supposed to be a part of the solution, not the problem. No, he was not fired because he had not been active enough in free agency or the trade market. In fact, he was killing it there. No, he got broken off because he was too active on his cell phone. Not too active in a click bait, sort of way or addicted to instagram sort of way, but believe this dude could not put that phone down for any reason. How active how active you ask? Well, let me read the first sentence of report from Meena Times and Jeff Passan. The drop last night. Here is how the peace opens and I quote New York Mets general manager Jared Porter sent explicit Unsolicited text and images to a female reporter in 2016, culminating with a picture of an erect naked Penis, according to a copy of the text history obtained by ESPN and quote Damn there. You have it right in your face in my face. That sums it all up right there. Now

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Boston doctor calls for more self-administered COVID-19 tests to stop the spread

VB in the Middle

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Boston doctor calls for more self-administered COVID-19 tests to stop the spread

"Women's Hospital is published a study calling for a new testing approach to stop the spread of covert 19 self administered home tests. In his study, published in the journal Science, Dr Michael Meena argues the allure test or a similar rapid test should be mass produced and sent out to all Americans. Something like twice a week. Stuff that we could Place into people. Tomes are called the rapid Auntie Gin test. They've been mired in a lot of controversy. But if your goal is to detect people who are currently infection and at risk to infect other people, these tests are very accurate. I don't have to. State

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Episode 19: Youth Ministry 101 Clip

Youth Ministry Maverick: Mold-Breaking NextGen Investment

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Episode 19: Youth Ministry 101 Clip

"Look. You don't have to get overwhelmed in it just take a breath and look at it and say, how can we reach out? How do we connect kids into the life of the Church? What is the door to get them out in the community into the church, and then how do we help them grow up? and. Then not just stick man. That's you mentioned the sitting at the bottom there of that thing and just saying, well, we're all about evangelism and bottom left Corner Meena discipleship were in were in this holy huddle hand look at what Jesus did. He did not leave his guys in a holy huddle he sent out he said look for this to stick in you. That's what I think he was doing for Jesus to say the teaching my teaching is going to be solidified and you win you go. Tell that story to others? You know you had Andrew on here a couple of weeks ago when you tell that story to others, it not only affects them but cements it with you

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Brad Pitt's New Boo

Nightly Pop

04:46 min | 2 years ago

Brad Pitt's New Boo

"Hi guys tonight, burning questions did a-rod pays off Jaylo before the Super Bowl. Towel annoyed Lena that rod supposedly dating off. Could you marry into this family? Let's get started. Welcome to. We miss you guys. Hi, Nina High Hunter. Lo. Look. Very, stealth Meena for a second I was just. Doing the show today and then I realized bright you couldn't even see me right to him. Oh Yeah. Yeah. WanNa tone. Funny to to show that. SETINA. Tone that. John told. US All right. We all know A. Rod, a super supportive of Jay Lau, but his strategy to get Jennifer ready for her big super bowl performances. Kind of backfired. They were on Barstool sports the Corp and revealed Alex's mistake. We went to the gym that morning and I was driving her and she was talking to me I was ignoring her I was like I'm not getting the way of anything is your day. I'm focused. We'll talk Monday and she. Talked to me. Like. Zone I'm just like I'm trying not to get away. Okay annoying or sweet. Well, I think like in situations like this like this is how I feel like whenever I would get into an argument with like a boyfriend they would let me let you cool off I want you to go off and then I'll come back and I hate that I hate the cooling off period like a mad. That's when I want you to come and try to make it better. I don't want to come in and talk to don't go silent for a day like so she probably wanted him to be comforting and be they're supportive not to. Give her the silent treatment. That's the opposite of ones, right? Right. I know it's already it's already clear that you and I are perfect mattress for each other. But this proves that even more because I hate the silent treatment both ways given it and I hate getting in fact, if someone's mad at me, I literally need to solve the situation or at least absolve myself from guilt immediately, and then let's go about our day I hate the silent treatment. I hate it too. But to be fair to be for I, don't think he was trying to give her the silent treatment i. do understand what he was saying like look it was a very big day for her. She had a lot of things to. And he didn't really want to be in the way and wanted to give her her space to be in zone but I think what you know. Right exactly getting into that and then. They think that it's the same thing like he he attacks at how he would attack. Going to play for a big game but I, feel like you know she's a performer. So it's different, right? It's also he could have. Just, not been there at all. That's why becomes more distracting if somebody's trying to go out of their way to ignore you when that's not something that you guys talked about. So next next super. Woke me. Yeah. Next time this ask a woman what she needs and then got how that. You'll know. Tonight's other big story off. You're not gonNA believe Brad Pitt has been spotted with model i. don't even know how we have put this together but. Standby while butcher her name except I won't. It's Nicole. petrosky. But. You're. Spinning. It's Petrosky. Okra. Right. Thank you. She's twenty seven. And he's fifty six okay. Reports claims. She's his new girlfriend and they're saying at his sixty seven million dollar state in the south of France. Remember France. Love it. Do we like Brad with a model? Yeah I like the the thing that I find funny is he's been hanging out with Leila Lot and you know that those conversations Leo the whole time was like I'm telling you. Go for someone in her twenties. It's great like he's sold Brad on this because I don't feel like he would have done. It had Leo not Ben I'd not been doing claymation they're doing in his garage every single night. Also. He's never done this before rarely he's always dated actresses that have been sort of like within his like on the same level and who have been relatively close in age. So the fact that he he'd Busta Leo I lay. On disappointed in Brad. Brad is like more of a deeper actor like not very surface or materialistic like you know he's always been kind of associated with being a humanitarian. So I expected a little different move from him. You know what I mean I expected him to show up with the woman who might be a host of a late night show you know possibly a black woman. You know possibly you know someone on the show nightly. That's what I was hoping

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NBA Restart: Which Teams Have the Advantage?

ESPN Daily

02:20 min | 2 years ago

NBA Restart: Which Teams Have the Advantage?

"Jackie is good to hear your. Voice. Meena, are you today you trust me on around worn. Almost stalker it. I'm almost over. It's okay. You beat me many times at this point. EILLY. You're the Lakers and suns. Jackie macmullan is a senior writer for ESPN and frequent around the horn panelists where she has earned two hundred and forty four wins compared to my own forty. She also happens to cover the NBA for nearly forty years. Speaking of the Lakers and suns, the NBA returns, tomorrow night, and amidst all of the craziness in major, League Baseball, the NBA, but seems to be mostly working, but the league is not without some coronavirus related drama. Thanks to one Lou Williams who's sanctioned trip outside of the NBA's clean site included an unsanctioned visit to a certain establishment. Can you explain for everyone? What happened? Well Lou, Williams left the bubble for a funeral for a very close family friend in Atlanta. And he has said many times. It's documented on social media that his favorite place to go eat the magic. Or another left to forgive me I'm not someone that goes interest clubs often or ever if I'm truthful although I did go once to the Butterfly Lounge against my will in Washington DC. But that's a whole nother story that we don't have time for. So. Lou will claims said he went there to have the wings which are named after him. There's some lemon pepper wings named after him and that he went there simply to eat and then he was on his way with his mass and so on and so forth. And Meena by the way I believe him I. Don't think he went to see your stripper. You probably was hungry. But my goodness. What was he doing there? What he did after the family gathering is the center of an NBA security discussion. A rapper who was at the club took pictures of him and tagged him in the photo used the poster child of what not to do. The sample out of what glue will be. It it it. BOGGLES my mind. You. Just clearly did not think this through.

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MLB Marlins Coronavirus Outbreak, Plus Dodgers v. Astros Rivalry

ESPN Daily

03:36 min | 2 years ago

MLB Marlins Coronavirus Outbreak, Plus Dodgers v. Astros Rivalry

"Alden how you doing? I don't know what I am right now. You and a lot of folks in and around Major League, baseball because while last week the League got off to a mostly successful start minus von Soto test. The last forty eight hours have been difficult. Things have been chaotic. And you and I are talking right now on Monday afternoon and we know that eleven Miami. marlins players in two coaches have tested positive for coronavirus. I mobile postponed the MARLINS oils game as well as the Yankees. Phillies game that was slated for today because the phillies played Miami over the weekend in were potentially exposed. Alden, the League's owners meeting today to discuss the outbreak. What came out of that? Woman. I tell you the big thing that didn't come out of that. In that is that there were no serious discussions yet about the possibility of cancelling this season, which was obviously the question that came up on everybody's minds when they see sort of an outbreak like this, take place. What happened with the Marlins in Philadelphia was just a reminder of how fragile this season is. It's a reminder of the fact that Major League. Baseball is trying to stay to season in the middle of an escalating public health crisis in a country that obviously hasn't been able to corral the corona virus. Any little one thing can send this season spiraling. But the one thing Meena you kept hearing when baseball got back, and the positive cases were lower than people anticipated, and there started to be a little bit of optimism about a spots. Chances of actually making this happen for one thing you can make being reminded of was at once. The season began layers were going to start travel. They were GONNA go on the airport. Security you're going to get on planes? They were GONNA. Stay on, hold stay in hotels and the complications of actually making this work. We're going to be incredibly more difficult than it was. When those guys were just in their own home, cities were already seen that be really difficult, and it is only the first four days of the season. There's a lot that starring about this including number of tests, but especially jarring is the revelation that the marlins players after learning about the positive tests decided in a group chat apparently. To play. They let the phillies now. And then the phillies also decided to play, and apparently that was sufficient. Does that surprise you? I think what's interesting about. This isn't like the sensibilities of Clare's or sort of the tenants that players hold onto. Don't necessarily apply situations like it's what I mean by. That is that athletes always operate under this mantra of suck it up? Play through injury clay. Hart show up every day. Do the best that you can do and when you're talking about a public health crisis when you're talking about the coronavirus pandemic in a situation where this virus spreads so easily. Those sensibilities don't apply here. They've been operating under a similar mindset like this their entire lives. It's what sort of made them great in their at their sport, which is just. Suck it up and play in. Get on with it, and that's why it can't be their decision. Major League Baseball at the very least, and at most a third party is going to have to intervene in this in these matters, because if not. This is going to continue despite a web, this season is going to be compromised and even worse. The pandemic in this country is going to get even worse.

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California settles lawsuits over deadly 'Ghost Ship' fire for $32.7 million

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00:29 sec | 2 years ago

California settles lawsuits over deadly 'Ghost Ship' fire for $32.7 million

"Of Oakland, California says it's agreed to a settlement of nearly $33 million in connection with lawsuits filed over a deadly 2016 fire. 36 people died in the fire at an illegally converted warehouse of the ghost ship. The lawsuits were filed by the families of 32 of the victims of fire swept through that warehouse in December of that year during a music party. The primary leaseholder Derek al Meena is facing a retrial in October on charges of criminal

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TikTok Tackles India App Ban, Vowing It's No Tool for Beijing

Marketplace

03:19 min | 2 years ago

TikTok Tackles India App Ban, Vowing It's No Tool for Beijing

"Tensions have spiked between the world's two most populous nations. That would be China and India. The two countries share a border that extends for more than 2000 miles, and it was along that border that violence broke out. Last month, 20 Indian troops were killed. Now India has banned dozens of Chinese APS, including the social video APP. TIC tac. India has been tic Tac's biggest foreign market. NPR's Lauren Frayer has been talking with some of the Indians obsessed with it. When the Corona virus hit India, Sumit Jane was forced to shut the clothing shop he runs in his hometown in western India. Under lock down. He was bored and worried. Looking long thought intelligent. That damned ignominy. Tic tac is how I stayed. Sane says I posted videos every day, Good Tic Tac clip Jane lip synchs lyrics about the Corona virus. To the tune of a popular Bollywood song. Jane is a skinny 28 year old with a curly mop of hair, gold earrings and nearly four million followers on Tic Tac social video APP has made him famous. He starred in a music video and even got offers to be on TV that Ah, licking a musical gave a small town in hands like me used to have to move to the big city to get noticed, he says. Tic Tac lets us do that from home. Up to 1/3 of TIC Tac users are believed to be in India. They're the biggest group outside China. Some Indians have even monetized it selling English lessons on tick talk, for example. But this week, the Indian government banned Tic Tac, along with 58 other Chinese made APS amid tensions with Beijing. We the people of India, standing behind the government have the ability to hit China where it hurts. India's nationalist TV anchors applauded the move. Many Indians are outraged over China's killing last month of Indian troops. Some are calling for a boycott of all Chinese goods. The government is trying to tap into the national sentiment in sweeping India right now. Akil Berry with the think tank Eurasia Group, says the Indian government is concerned about data privacy on Chinese APS. It also wants Indians to develop Indian APS rather than using Chinese ones. But India's own tech start ups get a lot of Chinese investment, Barry says. When you take a look at India's unicorns startups that a valued at over $1 billion about 18 off the 30 of them have Chinese investment. So if Beijing retaliates and pulls Chinese investment That could hurt India even more, he says. Tic Tac says it's following Indian privacy laws and is asking the Indian government to reconsider. Meanwhile, in a small town in northern India, housewife Anita Meena has been posting videos to tic tac of herself doing folk dances and have gone viral. She gets recognized when she goes to her local market, she says. Tick. Tuck is banned. Mina says she'll focus on YouTube Instead, it's unclear how many of India's roughly 200 million TIC tac users will do the same if Lauren Frayer NPR

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