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"mersch" Discussed on CLEANING UP THE MENTAL MESS with Dr. Caroline Leaf

CLEANING UP THE MENTAL MESS with Dr. Caroline Leaf

05:00 min | 11 months ago

"mersch" Discussed on CLEANING UP THE MENTAL MESS with Dr. Caroline Leaf

"But needed you one of the three percents of you aware of you. One of the three percent of leaders settle actually talking about or is the most basic human thing which is mental health. And it's every single human. You're alive currently today. you're going to have gone through. We'll goes through stuff and this whole thing of women are allowed to be personal men. Auntie mersch let's not even scientific. It's not it's on trains. Not in clear. It's just been dislike like these laws that of coming in into play in ultras across the world. It's not even it's not even just it's it's such an you know that is a good question. I'd love to understand why they've been such distinct roles between males and females. And what people shouldn't should do. I think hoosen needs come from a multitude effect. It's it's trying to understand what we don't understand. This need to also to control and to sort of say boundaries of how people should be enacted. You should be like. This should be like this because then we can control. Let's desire to control the uncontrollable. Meanwhile the whole part of being a human is this multitude of expressions now often teach. We're not do lectures on the sort of concept is it's not about where the you are. It's first of all it's use. A unique person get to gender is forget what to culture is a year and there's something unique acuna and enlisted so fascinating because of brain and i'm holding what of the brain has got two hundred specializations and yours different to mine. So these need you. Because a role that you play that icon can't and by us connecting and they're paying forcing that you talk about the embassy enhancement and love. Bet is activated. That activates the beast in nina. Based in you and it's like two waves coming underneath each other that that lift up and we can move forward but the street of uncertainty the straight of. I don't really understand us. A female andrea understand us. A male simply find categorize males do this females to that and this culture does this but even across cultures it's male female and it's it's thank god it is changing now that it's every human if you human. You have emotions if we knew when you think your mind is thinking feeling.

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"mersch" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"mersch" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

"I'm reminded of when for instance and when it's raining elmore on very hot outside or When there are all kinds of bugs that Let you enjoy the present moment in nature. I think about the fact that actually we've managed to create some environments that even though we're we've gotten used with them they are amazing like we can control everything in in very much in detail so that it's perfectly tailored to what we like and we sometimes feel to to see.

"mersch" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

08:33 min | 1 year ago

"mersch" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

"Robin revolutionizing people's relationship their energy. She's always been obsessed with energy and She is currently working on finding ways to help people with energy and they think of course This is an important part of how we work as humans but she has a really interesting story that i would love to find out more about than share with you the podcast. Her name is lopa on their mersch. And i'm really happy to have her here with us on the granted. Your podcast welcome up. Thank you so much georgian. It's a pleasure to be here. Thank you while. I can really feel how present you and they really appreciate that It's great that you can feel those things across the miles isn't it. Yeah it's it's actually quite amazing. I love realizing how the simple thing that we're doing right now is actually thanks to many complicated things that are happening in between us But for us it simple and it feels like we're having a conversation Being in the same room. So i'm always grateful for this and And it's it's amazing. How how closely can feel no matter how far we are but i wanted to To ask you more about your story You have been some some amazing things and The the first thing that. I'm really curious about is. How was it when you moved to costa rica to take care of wildlife in the rainforest When you had no electricity and you you're basically most of the time just with nature. I'm really curious about that. Experience because Gratitude works great in contrast like when we have experiences like like these. It's when we can see the the the amazing things that we are experiencing right now. So that's a little bit about that part of your experience. I love that you pull that one out. That's one of my favorite experiences of my life sentence of joy to get a chance to and so apropos to gratitude as well Because i you know as soon as you mentioned that were in the context of of you know you have created this sacred container for exploring gratitude. She's really beautiful. On some in that container with you. And then it gave me an opportunity to reflect on this experience that i've had in a new light and when when i was down there You know had none of the normal amenities that didn't even have a refrigerator Are running water came from the creek and south rain. The water return browns off the clouds game. We'd be like oh. Get water from the greek before before we get h- water because you'd never knew it was going to rain for you know an hour or a full day and It really gave me experience of gratitude for like the very simple things of existence and now granted i was also an incredibly beautiful place And deep and beautiful nature version rainforest. But i did not need things for my gratitude i had. I had only what i could fit in my backpack and in fact my clothes would all get moldy very quickly inside Had all these had to wash my clothes. Even if i didn't wear them once a week otherwise they just get completely moldy and destroyed And so i had to preserve the few things that i had an even without electricity. Even without you know. I think i had sixty dollars on I was incredibly happy. And i think it gave me an experience that the the base like this. It gave me. This felt experience. That i think will never go away that the base of our human experiences actually is actually in state of happiness and gratitude if we have sufficiency in our environment and we don't need very much for sufficiency and so often the things that we add on top. You know the things that we want in the goals we have in our lives and the physical stuff Actually clogs our channels of experiencing gratitude and experiencing happiness with life as it is so It was an amazing experience Nature such an incredible teacher and I would it was. It was an expensive wondering. Aw at nature constantly and myself as part of nature. I was very close to i saw snakes. Kill me at least a couple times a week. you're constantly surrounded by beautiful and deadly things and it just made the experience of being alive so fantastic in the realization that we we don't need much to feel sufficiency into feel Abundance into feel gratitude exactly exactly and what did you just share. Reminded me of a story. I'm not able to say perfectly but Goes something like this. And there was a fisherman And business person and the business pro person approach the fishermen and said That he can He can fish more and Sell the fish and get the bigger boat and fishy when moore and Get several boats and hire other people and so on and forth and grow this business and then once he will have all of his fleet with boats that are going out fishing and of people working for him then he will be able to To just be at peace and just fish quietly having the financial part solves and his perspective was. Why would they need to do all of these things when they can do this right now. You i can enjoy this experience of fishing right now and now so yes thinking about having things versus experiencing. Yeah that is one of my favorite stories. Actually a i say that won a surprising amount perfectly. Thank you thank you. I have in mind. That's just focused on the practical parts and I don't remember the exact details. But i'm i'm happy that That you said that It was good the way dole. The story so yeah. I think this experience of being in nature is both a beautiful connection and also a reminder of how how good we have it each and every day i For me. That's that's one of the things that.

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"mersch" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"mersch" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

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"mersch" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"mersch" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"Zoom calls near exhausted. Why down for fifteen minutes like please. And we don't like that's not really baked into our society and like this kind of growth at all costs mindset that we have you know in business in in our careers in our like yearnings you be at the top and an influence or whatever like all the different messages that were getting i think ultimately are encouraging us to disconnect and more for from our most innate wisdom and I would love to redefine success. As like i took care of my nervous system. And when i'm in that state. I really do contribute to the world and a really do naturally Bring people into my care. And i really do like when i am resource. The natural human state is to be incredibly carrying a beautiful. We're we're beautiful creatures. Were social creatures. Were designed to Really want to nourish an uplift each other But so often were so depleted that we don't have that available and so you know going back to like you know. Some of the mo of rawson. What we know what we'd like to do like these. Herbs are one way that you can nourish and replenish yourself. You have a little bit more to give to yourself. And i think i we have to like ourselves so that we can then be coming from a really resource place in terms of our offerings to the world right and it. It's so interesting that you mentioned that too like if only we could redefine success on a mass scale to say when you are coming from a calm rested nervous system that you can actually make all these decisions and engage in the world as a social being know all of these other things you can create really beautiful things but unfortunately the combination of the capitalistic entrepreneurial culture that we live in the domineering. Narrative is just hustle. And you know drink all the coffee and you can sleep when you're dead on stuff and it's i mean i can only imagine what it's like to exist in a product based business as someone who exists in a service based business working with clients but like if you were trying to sell something operating within your own values within a society that holds completely. Different values is extremely hard. Yeah yeah it's constant it's really pretty constant it's you know is actually just freaking out a little bit to my husband last night on this ecommerce group that amman on facebook people are asking about like. What's your orbiter. And you revenue and blah was looking at these these people and i was like wow they have way bigger businesses than ours and way fewer people and i was like what are we doing long. What is this like. what is that like. are we missing. Something and our people are kind of constantly overwhelmed. And there's just too much to do in chatted with my husband about his like none of them were living by values in that actually takes time like that actually takes more resources and more money and you know none of them have have as complicated supply teams as you have that. Were you know so. Sustainable and ethical across our supply chains were in housing as much as we can..

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"mersch" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"mersch" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"A scientific term actually. It's not a marketing term is being used more and more like a marketing term. Where people like. This is a herb called the jen you can charge more for it. I don't know that that's what everybody's doing but the truth is that these herbs tend to be quite expensive because they grow part of why they have this capability in this response in our bodies is because they tend to grow in very extreme conditions and they thrive there so they are actually like the plant intelligent signs that these are plants that are thriving and stressful conditions. And so we take that into our body. We get a little bit of that like oh. Here's how to threat and stressful conditions. Great which is not to say that you should continue to tolerate and these stressful conditions. You need to use that little bit of buffer so you can actually make some changes in your life to be a little less stressful but as a saiga so they tend to be expensive because they grow in these more extreme environments than more expensive harvest often may require various types of processing to be most effective according to traditional usage and see there's a lot of companies out there that are like. Oh yeah i've heard. Turmeric is an adoption. let's call term. Doctor i've heard you know. Various other there are many herbs that that get mislabeled as adaptions and and then the market will pay this amount because it's an adoption So it is. It's it's different leaving herbalist on staff. We've erbil integrity has always been incredibly important to us in. It's very different to have a product that is created by an herbalist who has clinical experience in the world and tremendous amount study and understanding of these herbs. They like okay. How do we make something. That's not really balanced. It's going to really be a safe and nourishing and uplifting for many people over a long period of time. Even if they drink twenty cups a day you know etcetera etcetera whereas like many companies. I see out there just like cool. Hey this one's trending all these like data genetic research reports and like the market for love of lies really increasing. We anticipate it to be a gazillion dollars by twenty twenty four and then people read that are like crate. Add that to my next products. Different mentality very different mentality so we are actually working on putting out like the. Here's the definitive like these are herbs that are scientifically classified as adoptions and here the herbs that are often mislabeled adoptions which doesn't make them any less amazing as herbs. It just means like if i sold you something told you had dvd. And it didn't you. Were curtis fucking sucks. Don't do that to a halt flying. Exactly but i think i think a lot of people are actually ignorant..

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"mersch" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"mersch" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"Every morning. Then your body starts to also depend on that fourth quarter saul boost and then it might. It can also cause courcelle boost later in the day as well if you're drinking coffee and late later in the day or if your body's just like wait i got this hit of course on the morning i'm supposed to make my own makes make in the afternoon to you and then you get these cycles. Where like now. I'm wired and tired. I can't sleep. What the fuck is going on coffee can really wreak some havoc on your circadian. Rhythms and sleep is one of the primary medicines four burnout for our nervous system for ocean. Absolutely essential way of taking care of ourselves going. Sure you've done podcasts. About many many books have been written about how essential sleep is so Anything that is disturbing your sleep is also going to be not your friend particularly when you're burned out. Yeah and the interesting thing that that is so a lot of people will who are feeling burned out or they get to this tired and wired stage. They're still drinking coffee in the morning and their bodies all wigged out the rest of the afternoon and then the can't fall asleep. They're like oh. I'm going to take melatonin but melatonin when taken supplementary enlarge doses over a long period of time which a lot of people become reliant on can act like a hormone right so if your then supplementing melatonin all the time. Your body is an adaptation machines. Like oh we don't need to waste raw materials making melatonin. Because you're already giving this to us every night so then when you try to stop taking melatonin and your body's like well i thought you were gonna give this to us so we haven't been making miss for awhile and then you can't sleep and then it's a vicious cycle. Let's take a quick break to talk about. Today's sponsor just thrive so building off of the theme for the show today. Let's say you're feeling pretty burned out.

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"mersch" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"mersch" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"Your bed. I in chinese medicine as well as western herbalism and yet so that was that was a really big part of at least helping me get through and the data genyk herbs in rossa also helped to strengthen your like in build resilience in your body's stress response So it it added. It didn't solve those issues for me. I think it's important. I think important say like no product is gonna solve any issues for us. Really things can help things can help and it did help to give me a little bit of buffer and i feel like it gave me in in a big way endurance to get through a really hard time and to be able to start a company have to kids and be working on healing nervous system and healing trauma throughout all this time throughout these last five years. So it's been. It's been a tremendous help for me. When i look at what i've been able to accomplish in the last five years and it feels hercule and i'm like wow. I think there really is something to these herbs. Don't drink in my own. You're working so the thing that has been most helpful for me. Though in terms of feeling nervous system is polly bagel work and we did a lot of different. Therapy had some amazing experience with various types of therapy in talk there. But it's it's the polyvinyl work that's actually giving me a real relationship to my nervous system and it states and how it responds to the world and how to one of the primary thinkers on now. Deb dana is her name. She talks about befriending. Your nervous system. And i really feel that in in this process of like actually like you know in the way that you get to know someone you get to know their proclivities what triggers them and. What makes them feel safe. And what makes them feel comfortable. You're doing the same thing for your nervous system as well and learning how to respond to your nervous system and take care of it and and then create an environment or do that..

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"mersch" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"mersch" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"Reclaiming my relationship to hunger and healthy eating and to like really listening to my body and it was very transformative for me in that And it was there that i met a woman who talked about this teacher in bali and I was just kinda captivated in that hole in the dynamics that she talked about their today's At now look back me like that. Sounds a little messed up. But at the time i was like great. Yeah we just a you know i was. I was set up for it in a way. But by the first community that was involved in some of the teams that i received in that context Many which i still think are valid and teaching but also In the wrong kind of psychology. I think that was a very against the idea of doing therapy. Was like if you still need to heal your mommy and daddy issues than you're not you know ready for this kind of practice And that's terrible terrible. And now i realize healing mommy and daddy issues is actually really essential thing still working on it and is actually a very powerful spiritual Has powerful spirit spiritual potential in and of itself doing that doing that. Healing of our attachment work in a earth. Traumas and all of those kinds of things so That's that's a little bit of a long convoluted way of hundred. Get into a colt. All right well thank you for sharing that so you mentioned a little bit about needing to heal your hunger and relationship with food and everything about that so tell us about that part of your journey. Yes so i was Exit from age sixteen to about twenty And believe mc overlapping From like eighteen to twenty two. Or something. Like that. And then i would say. I was in healing process with the healing for several years after that as well And one of the things that i did as part of my my healing process there are many things i did including like lying therapist and seeking healing but the not actually wanting it that kind of.

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"mersch" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"mersch" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"Have had quite a winding and complicated journey to get to where you are today. And i know you mentioned that you've had or you had a pretty rough year specifically in twenty fifteen so what happened then it would it. I call it my own personal twenty twenty or twenty twenty happened that was like oh the world is having might twenty fifteen i At the time. I was in what i now know to be a cult that was also a legitimate spiritual tradition. That was also very traumatizing for me So i left the colt A few weeks later had emergency back surgery while always five months pregnant with my first son. Five days after that moved across the country already planned and then had a death in the family then had my son via an emergency. So syrian had a huge out with my family and And i had a baby to tend to you and to wake me up but all hours and It was my nervous system was really fried Just completely just shot from the whole experience of being in the cult for eighteen months before that and all the kind of intensity of that few month run of What the fuck is happening in my life right now. so how. how did you get into the cult in the first place. If you feel comfortable talking about it sure sure so that you know there's there's always the question of where where do you start that It starts with these some of the traditions of one thousand nine hundred parenting. You're really there were there. Were certain now. Being a parent myself. I look very closely at some of the ways that influencing might children way or the other and some of the ways that we speak to our kids that develops their experience teaches them to outsource their perspective to authority and their growth in their insights tuna authorities. So you know. My parents are wonderful humans and don't fault them for for the many ways that they absolutely did their best and and there were just things big things that are very much the norm in the way that we often talk to children. A very small example is like they fall down. And you're like you're okay. you know. They're crying and they're like no. You're okay you're okay. And sometimes they're not and like that little way that we can develop their experience can actually stem into some bigger things. When when they're older. And there's there's a lot more than i could go into her on that but The short of it is that. I have yearned for spiritual truth and expansion and enlightenment. Whatever that is The definition for me changes over the years And and also had this sense of wanting an outside authority to kind of tell me what the world is and tell me what is true and good and helped me grow beyond what i was able to grow into and got into spiritual community That also absolutely qualify as a cult. But i did not find personally traumatizing. And after some time Left that community for various reasons and got into another dynamic with a teacher that i Did find very very traumatizing. But part of that also. I was the way that i found her was through. Someone i was doing punch cut in india So part of my tradition. My studies in my practice. led me to survey the and air.

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"mersch" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"mersch" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"Welcome to the real. Talk with dana. Podcast i'm your host dana montes licensed dietitian nutritionist and body image coach. On this show. You'll learn how to listen to and trust your body instead of trying to control it. We'll dig into the healing power of nutrition from a non diet weight inclusive health every size. Approach my guests. And i will guide you through how to heal from digestive issues and hormonal imbalances. All while making peace with food and your body without obsession or restriction..

"mersch" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"mersch" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Four man rush going down The left wing side drop pass. Now in the center back across her walker eats cars. Minnesota strikes first a minute and 21 seconds into the hockey game. This is the position that gophers love to be in. Yeah, you bet while he and it was great to see Minnesota would really three of the first possessions if you will. In the first period. Here on Brock favor making some magic happen with a great pass down low and then the gold star of Sami Walker Bruce one Nice job. What a great passing play all the way around, eh? That was good. So Walker gets it back on the hot side of the ledger now with his second goal in the last five games, that was a nice four man break out for the Golden Gophers, and they make Wisconsin paid resuming play a loose puck slides back into the Minnesota zone. Chester is back in after a checking their with Dominic Mersch. Now Marsh has behind the Minnesota net ducks off of a bump from Jackson. Nelson for clearing it up the right side board but cannot get it out Wisconsin holding the line and then it's Tink High off the glass and bounces back into the badger his own Wisconsin going dd dd Khanna come out of their own end up across center ice carrying it all the way down is Anthony care care, putting it out in front? A shot attempt is blocked by Kester, who went down. The one need in the sort of player up ended. Trying to keep it alive now is.

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Fired Tyson manager defends COVID-19 bets as morale booster

The Young Turks

05:16 min | 1 year ago

Fired Tyson manager defends COVID-19 bets as morale booster

"Earlier we shared a story involving the waterloo tyson meat packing plant and how it's facing wrongful. Death lawsuits from the family members of employees who died as a result of contracting corona virus. Well seven managers at that plant have been fired and one of them is speaking out because he thinks it's important for everyone to know that they're not bad people there actually great people who were just trying to make the work environment fun especially when they were taking bets on how many of their employees would get sick by contracting corona virus so former tyson manager don merged mersch brock said managers conducted the office pool last spring within minutes following mass testing of the plants. Roughly twenty eight hundred workers county officials said last may that more than one thousand workers tested positive for the virus which hospitalized several and killed at least six now. The family members of four of the employees who had died are suing in wrongful death suits and merce brock says. No i mean we're not again. We're not bad people. we're just trying to boost morale. This is exact quote he tells the associated press. it was a group of exhausted supervisors. That had worked so hard and so smart to solve many unsolvable problems. It was simply something fun. Kind of a morale boost for having put forth an incredible effort. There was never any malicious intent. It was never meant to disparage anyone and just to give you some more details on what this pool entailed again. It was a pool among managers at this meat packing plant in waterloo iowa. The office pool involve roughly fifty dollars in cash which went to the winner who picked the correct percentage of workers testing positive for the virus. He also added that. Those involved didn't believe the pool violated company policy and that plants. Positively and the plants positivity rate would be lower than the community rate due to their mitigation efforts. So let me just quickly mentioned with. The mitigation efforts were Based on the allegations these lawsuits there were none. The employees are alleging that they were told by their employers to ignore any symptoms that they may have as a result of contracting corona virus They were pressured to continue working. And they were of course packed into tight quarters as they were working with no social distancing and again the allegations include the fact. They didn't provide protective gear like masks to prevent contracting the virus. So those are the mitigation efforts that this former manager who's been fired from tyson wants to point to so guys. I don't want you to miss something really important in this story Which is a tyson china. Whitewash what's happening here by blaming the managers so it doesn't mean the managers weren't guilty of and i i mean i don't mean that in a legal sense i just mean in a sense of moral culpability. No you should not bet on. How many workers are going to get sick by the way it turns out. The crack number was a thousand thousand of their workers. Got corona virus. Six died so four of the deceased family. Members are suing. Now and so tight. That manager says something abhorrent about how oh just boosting morale talking about how the workers are gonna die. How many of them are gonna get sick spot for us managers. I don't think that's fun and i. If that's what boosts morale for managers that's pretty sick having said that the real culpable people here is is the company because that measure says look they told us solve this unsolvable problem and that he's right they say okay don't take precautions Shoves all back into a building where we know. They're likely to get corona virus and then afterwards will blame you guys For not getting enough production and having too many people get sick but wait a minute was executives decisions not even the managers but executives higher in the company that made that decision so are they more culpable absolutely and so in this particular case. What do they do. And this is what drives me crazy again about the press. They hire former attorney. General eric holder to do a whitewashing effort. And he says yes. The managers are guilty but the company's fine what they paid them to say that he's a lawyer i get it. He has a job. His job is to help companies avoid lawsuits etc so holders during his job but but the press should not give any weight to the fact that he's a former attorney general he was hired a whitewash he whitewashed and the and they make. It all. Seem like only the manager's fault. no it's in this case. It's tyson spalte. Forgiving them can manage irs shoved them back in their. Don't take the precautions. The only thing that matters the bottom line and then go. Oh golly gee they made a bet. I can't believe they did that. It's only therefore and not our fault. Nonsense

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"mersch" Discussed on Túnel de vento

Túnel de vento

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"mersch" Discussed on Túnel de vento

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Helping houseplants cope with a heatwave

On The Ledge

05:37 min | 2 years ago

Helping houseplants cope with a heatwave

"Can be a bit of a short. Can you get a sudden burst of sunny days and high temperatures here in the UK, for the last few days it's been getting up to thirty degree Centigrade, which is, she says looking if I can't tell you what that is. Fahrenheit because it's actually off my chart. I'm thinking about ninety degrees. Fahrenheit probably, but much ought doesn't go that high. It does occasionally get this hot in the. UK doesn't happen that often. Often but when it does, we do struggle to cope, because we're not really set up for this kind of heat, and this is a time when we need to be paying extra attention to our house plants, because if you live in a climate where it's regularly getting up into the thirty s then you and your applauds a more acted, but if you're in a climate wet, it isn't the usual practice then. Everyone's undergoing a little bit of shock. So. It's worth checking out your plants checking in with them regularly and making sure that they can make it through this period. Things can account for well. If you've got very hot sunny days. The plants that are in your sunny windows. Maybe I'd to cope in spring in March or April with the amount of light. That's coming in through those windows. Come this periods. And the power and intensity of the sun, and the duration of the sun round the Solstice, the longest day of the year is going to be greater, so is worth having a look at your parents, and just considering some of them might need to be moved a meter or two away from the window, or the whatever the light source may be. That's a skylight, the sun coming through the windows, going to be more powerful at this. This time of year. So think about that unmoved any points before they get the chance to be sunburned. They certainly won't be badly affected by having a few days in a little bit more shade than usual and it major save them from unsightly marks, which could be going Straw yellow or brown patches. Those kind of things can indicate sunburn in mind. Also terrariums can suffer in this really hot weather. Imagine they are like a greenhouse. That is your house, so they can get incredibly heart, and if you've got any shaft of light, the mind becoming through more intense light than they used to, the plants can start to get dangerously hot, so do think about moving terrariums Tutu Cooler locations. Just keeping an eye on what's going on inside, you might need to take a little bit more or perhaps a bit less, but just make sure that they are not turning into a boiling colder that your plants won't appreciate and certainly if you're using the lovely, who must pop technique for propagating cuttings on. Contact from somebody recently, who said what's happening all? My who has popped cuttings just turn into Mersch and I said suspected that the listener had been putting these on really sunny windowsill on the cuttings cutting just cooking, so make sure if you've got a propagation station. Yes, it looks very nice on your windowsill, but think about moving it somewhere out of the sun, because those cuttings will really struggle in this hot weather particularly if they haven't got much of a root system established yet. The other thing to be aware of is that your plants maybe thirstier than usual. Why is that well? When a plant is in hot temperatures, the light intense, and the light intensity is higher than the rate of transpiration increases. That's the rate at which the plant is losing water through its leaves by the water, evaporating through the STA Marta the holes in the surface of. Of the leaf, and it will be drawing up more water from the roots and pulling that through and the high temperature and light intensity, then the more the plant will transpire, so it's going to need more water. How can you slow the rates of transpiration? Well, if the partly surrounded by really humid air, then slow it down, so you can miss your plants more. If you. Move them outside. Bear in mind. The extra wind will also caused transportation to increase. If you put your plants outside again, they might need more water, but just make sure there was enough water around. Those roots of the plant doesn't end up wilting because that will be the end result if your leaves are allowed to get into that situation where there just isn't enough water to supply the rate of transpiration. That's happening if you do come across any parts that have wilted just first of all, make sure that it's not a question. Question of over watering as it can be, implants will, but if they're really draw around the roots, he needs to take emergency act action. get them into the shade. Stick their pot into a bucket or tray of water. Run lots of water over the root ball. Because once that will get super dry. It becomes hydrophobic, so it pushes away water, and you'll need to defeat that by giving you a really good. Soak gift up could soak for an hour or two, and it should recover provided. It hasn't been led to go too far. So do check plants even plaza think well watered them every few weeks. You will find that they will need more water at this time and CACTI and succulents. You've got CACTI and succulents. You will find that they will drink a good amount during this time as well. My CACTI and succulents right now, getting rewarded at least once a week, and especially if they're in terra cotta port, which is evaporating moisture too, so ignorant. Your CACTI succulents because they will need water to.

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"mersch" Discussed on Therapist Uncensored Podcast

Therapist Uncensored Podcast

11:31 min | 2 years ago

"mersch" Discussed on Therapist Uncensored Podcast

"Very different sympathetic. You know it's like I'm sorry right right but then you can feel it as you move up the chain and when we are were connected and we feel safer. There's really away you almost don't even have to say the words but if you were to stay the work because they'll feel they'll see it in your eyes when it's believable and and it's interesting because we're talking about don't have to say it's an each nervous system. Has Its own request for repair right so minor minor assistance might really want you to say. I'm sorry I wanNA hear it. Another nervous system might want to have you show it in step and another dermot system might might simply WanNa look at your face in and feel it so again you know. Each nervous system is shaped differently for how it wants to come back in repair. And with whom and about what specific rupture so the curiosity again is what does that nervous system need in this moment to comeback into repair to come back into connection it. It's important that we keep asking that question right because it changes and again. That question is already that you know you're already safe and you're it just now exploring heavens that we have this neural Wifi because then we don't have to sort of memorize anything about someone else that will emerge urge the moments up in the moment. And if it doesn't oh there's also this notion of being in the prisons of someone that stays in Ventura Bagel that in and of itself can help people to ladder absolutely absolutely you know in that as a therapist that is my responsibility. It's my responsibility to be regulated related and to be regulating resource for my clients and if we want expand that a bit. It's my responsibility as a partner as a parent as a friend as a citizen of the world to regulate an offer that regulation to others. So you know when we look through the lens of the nervous system we understand it in a different way. It's your biology needs to regulate so the offering of safety to others and they can then regulate as well and it doesn't mean that you can't use his anger. I was thinking of our local system are who might or thinks large. Yeah that's still can be mobilized healthy response but without ventral vehicle you know at least we are connected to ourselves and connected to what we're doing and we're going to be able to be more effective even in protest test or right I can. I can stand my ground. I could be very clear I can be firm. That doesn't mean syrupy sweet. No no no no it. It just means that I feel safe enough to put myself out there in the world in this way and to make demands that I expect to be mad right you can feel it but if you do that from sympathetic from a place where you're feeling danger or fear if they're accused danger in your system then it's very different experience and when I make a demand and your system is going to fight back right if I make a demand a request from ventral we can have a conversation about it. Yeah because part of it is. There's a little little bit of vulnerability and then that turns on my nurturing versus if you're making a demand then I'm more likely to you know chest bump you or a little. It'll challenge or go into a little bit of sympathetic right. Don't WanNa be around me. They want to deal with this. That's the response that has also sympathetic. Yeah right because I can hear the danger in if it's at the man that's like do this or else and that's where the danger comes. Our connection connection is threatened right and once we leave ventral it becomes us and them right in ventral. There's a oneness where we're all part of off the human community right. Once I go to sympathetic. I'm against you you you are an enemy. You are no longer a friend right and and as no extremists extremists. That sounds on the nervous system. Level that's what happens where we're just. Yeah so not a lot gets done cooperatively early from the state because I see you as a danger to me and then dorsal. You don't exist right endorsed. You know I'm alone in the world. There is no weather being so equally terrifying place in a different way. Yeah and it's important not to misinterpret that as aggression. It's funny it's like yes. We can pout. Or we can withdraw. We are a little bit more sympathetic. You can kind of feel that Mersch gun boneless the really Robbing out losing some is. Yeah Yeah and again on our end. If we're the regulated system in the room home to be curious about what just happened and to not make meaning of it you know working with someone who's was in the substance abuse world and relapsed. We think about relapse do not make meaning you know that. Says you didn't try hard enough. You didn't want you didn't you. Haven't reached bottom. Yeah it's a nervous service system that this regulated in the emergent properties of that this regulation. Were you know whatever happens right so somehow we want to make story and we need to make the story not the motivational story. Well I love that one more takeaway that I was just thinking about that. I have also love this if you don't know what to do. Yes if you're in trouble. Social Social Yeah. Whether that be to to yourself well sued. You know what I mean like like asks for help reach out tax. You know for me. You'll appreciate appreciate this often. Might go social is to send a text. That's the most I can do. I cannot tolerate tone of voice I cannot tolerate being out there in in I contact but text is my best friend and I have a certain circle of friends who will send a text and I get an Emoji back. Dolla need just in emotion. That's all I need. Yeah yeah that is exactly right when we are disconnected were only or subject to our ghosts just were generating things internally. We're not gonna read read kindness end so emojis are so I sometimes think I wish like we can generate emojis around our head really signal. Like there wasn't sarcasm. Awesome and my voice is right but also because it's so comforting. It's like it's a little bit of a thumbs up like everything's Okay and again. It shows us that we're looking for the right degree of connection. Because if I'm in that place and you come and you bring your your wonderful ventral vagus. My system may go too much. Can you sit over there and just send me an Emoji. Put One over your head so I can see. That's all I it's all I need right now so again to really be curious about. What does your nervous system the need right now because I can show up an offer it but I need to know what it is? That would be most helpful and again. It's an example of how individualized it is and suspended is B. M. individualized we've got a whole bunch of people listening. Thank you so much for listening and I hope for each of you if you can kind of begin to get a feel for for what those three states look like how you know you're in them. What are your automatic negative thoughts and then what is it that you want to think and so maybe we can wrap up on just going back to that that you're wanted voluble that you're her and to be sure and find that and your community in whatever way that you can Dan and when we find it when we feel it we offer it back in? Return Yeah it's contagious. The other contagious to the Hubbard Bagel. Absolutely I like to think that ventral vehicle energy as an unopposed force and if you're listening and you don't necessarily necessarily in your community have the means or the capacity to reach out to someone professionally or to reach out to have a safe person. We do have a relationship with a group. The it's called a good help. If you tiedeman good up dot com backslash therapist uncensored its international they work on a sliding scale with that code of their. You're going to get some free therapy. The professionals they've been vetted now. Obviously if you can face to face and in person definitely but we are heard and one hundred seventy two countries. People aren't necessarily both culturally and financially and just access have that capacity. So we really I want you to use that again. It's good help. Dot Com backslash therapist uncensored. so that way everybody who's listening will be able to find that connection and that is really a a wonderful gift that you're offering. Oh thank you and your your offering such wonderful gift. I'm so glad that you're on the tour. Is there anything coming up that you want to tell our listeners. About oh Lord. I seem to be all over the place so summer. Summer is going to be a nice time to go CAPE COD GO Capello. I think most excited about some of the places I haven't been yet and we'll be going traveling around the world so and just got the MOCKUP mockup cover for my next book which is quite exciting so in a quarter keep going out there trying to help people have more more wrong to shape the nervous system so as their hats as our hands about your next book skills for therapists and clients to create safety in connection really comes out of the belief that it's not just in the therapy session but between the therapy session. We need to be systems. That's great right. 'cause a Lotta. The skulls are free. You know yes. Yes maybe we'll you can roll back around when you he that work and we'll be great about it a little bit more detail beautiful. So F- Folks were looking for you. Find You my website. Rhythm of Regulation Asian Dot Com. Everything's there you. Can you know recorded interviews. This one will be there when it gets posted. There's the beginner's guide to Bali. Dingle theory you can download that for free on the website as Sent that to us before. And so if it's okay we'll post that in the show. Yeah censor dot com slash episodes. And then you can see all the episodes and you'll see this one and then you click on there and then you'll get all of these resources are going to get links to the books us if you want to say those books again particularly the one we've been talking about sewing women talking about political theory and therapy engaging the rhythm of regulation there it is yes it it is a very practical BIRLA and even though it's written for clinicians I have a lot of people in the world who are not clinician to email me and say oh I using your map apple. I'm I'm doing this with my with my partner. So it's it's pretty user friendly it really really is. And there's so many people that listen to podcasts. To that listen for their own. Reasons descends further family or just because they're lifelong learners and just continuing to grow so So wonderful to get out of the choir you know. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Thank you so much and up Labor again soon and appreciate your generosity.

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"mersch" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"mersch" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

"Go me read that and and by comparison for for politico is of watch Monday as a bit of a dump squib. Whereas the stuff I heard from particularly Heidi Allen today, but also, Sarah and honor was much more fire in your belly, exciting stuff. What lessons from nasty p should this group be taking we should be careful about one thing. Which is the must the British political muscle memory from the SDP is not always that hope it was quite a complicated scenario, the idea of they just let Thatcher for ten years is not re-. I mean, it's highly questionable. There's a lot of other evidence suggests that actually for a lot of labor voters who are eighty from neighboring would gone straight over to the Tories it actually gave a sort of halfway house home for them to go. But she didn't increase election that they particularly well in any way that voted that. Yes. And the alliance said got about twenty five percent at one point and declined. So we're in this period where people keep on using historical precedents. And then the chaos of events through changes in technology through changes in ideology and most importantly through through massive deterioration in the sort of economic stability around us since the financial crisis keeps on making those historic wigs on Putin work now right now there is simply less attachment to either of the two main parties. Brands than there was back in the eighties. That is simply the case things are much more changeable than much more movable. And in that context. I would not be surprised to see. I mean these numbers right now with the fuck off numbers. You know, what I mean when we look at fourteen or twelve or fourteen percent that the the kind of things that the delib gems used to pick up you speak of the numbers now that might not have much meaning, but you can keep your fuck off numbers, even when you develop a more positive policy proposal. I could see them ending up with something like it wouldn't be crazy to say like forty fifty seats in that. When the other two parties are struggling to be able to form a government, you can become kingmakers. And I think that that is a credible thing that could happen in a fairly short time scale. And you've also got both thoughts. I mean, the thing that makes his exciting which Vince cable said yesterday was the fact that this could be a deeper, and and more effective breakaway the MIR St. people because of course, you got it from the Tories were. Dp it was only labor. So this goes across the house, which hopefully will make it more interesting. I just want them to have bows on unideological thing that you mentioned of saying. I didn't like the statement that they put out about their values. Just like wishy-washy bouchette, really appreciate social market foundation pumps at the end of last year. Probably is what they're using is very much because no one of them. He's anyone that's really produced anything and honesty telling you, it is the most bland unappealing, we're against bond things unin favor of good things. But not too much of Mersch for has to stop. There has to be an attitude of saying look only the political class only. The pundits grew things in terms of or privatize -ation, good or privatization bad most people in the country believe in sort of mixed economy, where they want certain things to be held in public and operated publicly, and they want certain things to be done privately. There's not another people talking for the nationalization of t shirts, and there's not a lot of people took him for the privatization of the NHS. It'd be the way it is an apology that is proposed say, look, we know it's a mix. It's a case by case basis. We're not going to be ideologues about this. But just like new labour were idealogues about privatization, we refuse to go. Down that road. Just as much as we refused to go down the Kuban road that kind of thing, I think can work, but you've gotta have booze around it. You can't just do this wishy washy watercolor Bouche needing on the announcement hunter will close this plant in Swindon in twenty twenty two with the loss of three and a half thousand jobs directly and many tens of thousands of more indirectly with accurately described as devastating to the region. It was also controversial with Brexit..

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"mersch" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"mersch" Discussed on Double Toasted

"I also think that the setting is really interesting is the first time that we've had a black protagonist and it kind of. V- permeates throughout the script. Right. Like, there's a lot of pregnant pauses and looks and into racial undertones. Yeah. Right. I I think I really add something to it that wasn't necessarily there because Mersch Lally had to like lobby for the role. So I think that that really helps out the supporting cast is great Stephen door, scoot, mcnairy and all those people. But yeah. So far, I'm really digging. It the last thing I'm going to say is that the next episode is co written by David milch wrote deadwood one of my favorite writers ever. So I expect really really big things. And I think that specifically episode three was so quiet. And so like chess moves being made. I think four is. Traditionally a big episode intruded -tective ARC's right season four is the big shootout in season two and season one. So I think you know, that's something we have to look forward to. So. So let me ask you because I I don't to confuse people when I said this was kinda like a double edged sword talking about true detective now. Now, we see what the. The true recipe for success of a show like detective is all about right? So although there's a lot of similarities from season three to season one. You think going forward if we do get a season four Christian that this is what the show should always be about and make it just grounded like that with two partners Soviet crime unreliable narrator somewhere different timelines, right? Like is this the recipe for true detective, and when I tell people this is what true detective is all about what they should look forward to or something. Now, this kind of turn away 'cause they're like, well, I mean, I'll see one because everyone raved about that. But even you know, I might skip season three because see them coming around the corner. And it might be too formulaic with the true detective recipes that makes sense. Yeah. I mean, listen yesterday. I did the roundtable we talked about glass and in the middle of that we talked about m night Shyamalan, whether at some point he just started writing around the twist people then start going into your films expecting a serve thing. I don't necessarily think true detective has to do this formula. It's proven that it works. I just think that what season two Todd MC's. He's going to go down as the most important thing that ever happened this career because it taught him out fail, and it taught them how to go back, and like rewrite shed to narrow the focus that season two is just way too on focus at sprawling, maybe that's purposeful. But it just didn't land. It didn't connect like the first season. So far this one like the writing and the directing all sinking up at it's like harmonious, which like you saw season to a little bit, man. It just never Sankt. It never fell. Right. You may say that this the slower so far than season one. But he can't say that the atmosphere isn't working and it's not being fully built. So I can't wait for tomorrow's episode, man. I can't wait to watch the rest of the season. I I'm kind of back on the pillow train after the season to train wreck. Damn. Yep. No same here. So let us know what you guys think of the latest season of true detective and alright Christian. So we got. One more story here. And that is if I can pull it up. Where am I notes is it? Oh, the widow. Okay. So we got something from Amazon this time starring beckon sale. Let's go ahead and play it. And then we'll be right back with our thoughts. Larry. Choosen impotent just quay from. They don't just out of the sky to carry on with that. Nice. Coast. I like to somebody in the glove compartment since you. Have you?.

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"mersch" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"mersch" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"They play the national anthem and do the guitar dueling guitars all the time. So I hope you know, giants fans don't feel like they're selling out here by wearing Metallica jerseys are like they were a Yankees themed Metallica jerseys when they were congratulating a Mariana Rivera. The other thing is Mariano Rivera is a Christian. So he doesn't listen to metallica's music. Now. Wait a minute. He doesn't he's not the one that picked his entrance music. Somebody else picked it from the Yankees. And and he said quote with all due respect to the guys. I've never been. I've never been to one other shows as a Christian. I don't listen to that kind of music. Okay. But. Respect fine. Sure, you true to your beliefs. But they sold a lot of Mersch that said like Sandman audit, Mariano Rivera. And I'm sure he got a cut of that some willing to bet that he didn't mind then, but I'm a Christian, man. I would never go to one of those rock and roll shows. Oh, here's my check. Thank you stadium. PR staff. God bless you. All right coming up next. We're going to get Kevin Bowen. And here he covers the Pacers. And the colts all things for ten seventy the fan. We'll talk a little bit more about this Victor Oladipo injury. Watching the game last night when that happened. I was not sons practice, but my phone started blowing. And did you see highlights at all? I mean, I haven't seen highlights of this yet. Does it did it look like something looked like something? There's a reason why the trainer came out and immediately put a towel over his name. But not nearly was not as gruesome as Paul George.

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World stocks head higher on hopes of thawing trade tensions

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

01:19 min | 4 years ago

World stocks head higher on hopes of thawing trade tensions

"Desk for today's morning call his snail kisser very good morning thank you mark risk going across the board so far in trading markets focusing on a possible softening from trump in regards to trade he has reportedly made a uturn on some of the sanctions imposed on the large chinese telco name is t and on this front there has been confirmation from china that the voice crummy lou will be visiting the us from tomorrow and for the rest of the week so we could get some movement on the global trade negotiations sometime later on looking at the european equities for the cash markets is being a relatively muted open flat for the euro stoxx index in early trading in the free the portuguese stock market is higher by one point or just under two percent in the early part of trading the healthcare sector and travel and leisure stocks across europe the best performers being like slightly by the oil and gas sector a slight pullback in the crude prices overnight in the asian session as some of the tensions across the world have abated slightly thickly in regards to north korea looking ahead very little in terms of economic data for the shadow today to move markets will be on the speakers still to come ecb's mersch louder slugger pratt and carry and the bullet is also you to speak does it for me for like micro breaking news an sale snl.

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