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"mount kailash" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

06:27 min | 11 months ago

"mount kailash" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Just incredible and by the way you and your friends. Sweet people. Thank you so much. Now because days a nice person he is grateful to both Jamie Kennedy. But The level of joy Dave will feel from that specific gratitude from Kenny. And the level of Joy Kenny will feel from expressing that specificity of gratitude. That's what makes gratitude actually work scientifically for the mind. So it's not good enough to just feed it. You've gotta get specific and you've got a sharing. Well, I'M GONNA share a little bit of gratitude that just popped into my head because we're talking about monk things Dowa Tartan Phillips is a friend WHO's been on. The show and also a monk and he he reached out a while ago and you said as gratitude for coffee whatever he said, Hey Dave. I'm going back to Mount Kailash and the origin story for book coffee is I had Yak butter tea on the side of Mount Kailash that will my brain up that caused me to do the research when I came back to make bulletproof coffee and. I Actually Picked Three Coffee Cherries. That a can pick them from our plantation Guatemala. The first one we put in our infrastructure to make clean coffee and dried them and carry them with me every everywhere I went like everywhere I travel all over the world for seven years. And he said you WANNA leave an offering for mount. Kailash to. Thank you what a what an awesome idea. So I actually sent him my three coffee beans and he actually carried them up onto the side of mount. Kailash and left them as an offering to say thanks because there are some cool energy going on over there that. Of. You will qualify someday probably never but there was something came to me there and and so a thank you Dawa for for doing that and thanks Kailash. and. Yet I I think public acknowledgment is another angle to that the. And also just calling someone out so it's it. There's power that. How do you? Practice gratitude for the pandemic. Yeah, that's that's a that's definitely tough one and I think. The first thing I would say that you can have. You can shed almost toxic gratitude with people as well. Yes. Thank in in this in the sense to if you're asking people to be grateful. At all times without undestanding again, Dave, what you said early instead of hearing people's pain and so I think the mistake with gratitude is that we force people to devalue their pain or we force ourselves to devalue alipay or to belittle someone else's pain or belittle earned in because we're meant to be grateful and have respected. And so for me, the first stage of getting to gratitude for the pandemic is not gratitude. The first step or stage is to experience and accept and understand the pain you have gone to. If you've gone through the loss of something or someone, you don't just go. I. Am going to be grateful for that. You accept it you feed it you allow yourself to feel every emotion that that brings I'm lost. During the pandemic we lost four family friends back in London I lost my mentor not to cove it but he had stateful brain cancer for the last two three years and he passed away during this time. and. I miss him. I I. Think I knew him since I was like thirteen years. Old Is Spiritual Mentor in London and so important pivotal moments in my life becoming among getting married to my wife he he did our engagement ceremony for US spoke at all wedding. But just so many beautiful moments with him and I miss it and I in in the moment I just had to miss him. And then slowly as I missed him and I really have those memories and I cried and I I sat with that feeling and emotion. I been found gratitude in that because I thought. Wow How lucky my that I got to have so many pivotal moments with this human being. And that the only way that he could still live is if I aspired to live by those qualities that he so beautifully set out. And that would be the only way to express gratitude not to feel gratitude that he's gone but to express gratitude back to his life in his work, and that's where I found gratitude again, not I didn't feel grateful that he's gone I miss him every day but I feel grateful I had that time with it. And I want to express gratitude by giving back but it started with tears and. And, a whole lot of missing him and I still miss. So you start out by feeling the pain of authentically unhinging that it's real and then you're doing that and then you're finding some good that that happened even was a little. I would say I'd say this tweet stages the first is acknowledging and feeling the pain to the decks that it needs to. Yes. You cannot ignore the debt. You can't go this three step formula i. felt like this for three days now the next three days. There's not a nine day program for it. And there's not meant to be so so I just feel except and relive those memories talk about the Shandon share your your pain whatever it is that you're feeling about the pandemic and like I said people have lost someone or something, and that's really important because I think a lot of people felt bad for losing something and not someone and then felt guilty that they were upset for losing something instead of a human because people are actually dying. But the thing is that everything is a loss to you and you've got to earn that loss. The second part of it is looking at what you lost an accepting it wholeheartedly. But looking at what you had a looking at what you had at one point and gained from that business that us in that moment that actually energizes fuels the next step. So it's not ignoring the loss, but it's looking for what you actually had an gain before you lost it and why was so powerful what was the meaning and this is the best thing about month teachings that teachings not there to help you find happiness enjoy it every point then to help you find meaning and everything. and. You can't find happiness in the death of a loved one..

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"mount kailash" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"mount kailash" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"You know if I say yet, you major picture, bigfoot or skunk ape. Whatever the regional variation of this creature is and I do think that is important is. To think about the fact that there are variations of the wild man. Being in various cultures, basically like a bipedal creature, covered in hair that is seen all around the world, but has distinct origins in each case right yes. But It was looking at I wanted to get a like a better snapshot of the this ape like beast. as far as like Himalayan traditions go, so I ran across a very very insightful. A piece titled Boonies Tales of the Yeti by Kuehne Zane Coton Tales of the creature exists through the Himalayan region. and. The author points to the different names that are given to this entity so into bip Tabet. There's gangs me or glacier man. There's me Sean Poe or strongman, and each in Poe or great man The SHERPAS College Yeti the lectures. Call it Chew Moon or Snow Goblin I like that one or low moon or Mountain Goblin in Paul. There's Nihil new or Ban Monchy. He didn't provide a track translation translation for those, but I'm assuming some treatment on these various ideas you know and then the Bhutanese say migo or strong man also Greg Poe so we get this idea of like figure of of savage cold strength with possible. You. Know Ga Goblin a qualities as well. So showed rights that the the Migo I idea here dates back to the pre Buddhist bond writings, the the pre Buddhist, animist religion. We mentioned this briefly in the last episode, the indigenous religion of Tibet it came up because Mount Kailash. Amount, Kyle, Lhasa in in the Himalayas is a peak that is holy, not just to Hindus who believe some of whom believed that Lord Shiva and Parvathi dwell on top of Mount Kailash, but it's also holy to some Buddhists, Jane's and members of the bond religion that the Tibetan indigenous religion. Religion and apparently some bon rituals call for the blood of Migo, a slain with a sharp weapon. WHOA, yeah, so yeah, so this was a pre existing idea, but then you get some Westerners involved writing, and then you get this idea exported, and and and reignited in the Western mind so British Traveller William Hugh night of the royals the royal..

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"mount kailash" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

08:37 min | 1 year ago

"mount kailash" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Credit laster full policy term visit GEICO DOT com slash. Give back for more INFO and eligibility. We're back all right. What are we getting next rubber? Right so looking at a study. This that you found in the night ended up diving into. It was yeah, yeah, yeah. I was interested in I didn't know about this one because it seemed like some of the well. Will you describe it? And then we can discuss okay. Yeah, this one was titled Why revelations have occurred on mountains, linking mystical experiences and cognitive neuroscience This was published in Medical Hypotheses Twenty fifteen. From ours back. Lancet and blankie. Quote, here's a quote from the peace quote. Prolonged stay at high altitudes, especially in social deprivation may also lead to prefrontal lobe dysfunction, such as low resistance to stress and a loss of ambition based on these phenomena, logical, functional and neural findings we suggested exposure to altitudes might contribute to the induction revelation experiences, and might further our understanding of the mountain metaphor in religion, so they're really going for it. Yeah on this win and they they point to the major revelations in the three major monotheistic religions. Judaism, the burning Bush This is God speaks through the burning Bush. This is from exodus. Christianity is transfiguration from the book of Matthew. This is in which Jesus divine nature is revealed on lookers. And, then in Islam there's also the the point where all speaks to the Prophet Mohammad. In that also like a mountain revelation. Now. One of the problems here is getting into the idea of insufficient altitudes right? Yeah, so I'd seen. The study brought up on science blog somewhere and I thought. It was interesting because touching on question. We're asking, but I saw it in the context of it, being ridiculed because the main mountains that it's talking about aren't really that hot right, so they're not like super high mountains that would be likely to cause altitude sickness right right? Yeah, they're not dealing with Himalayan peaks here, right This is what the paper says. Though about the idea of moderate altitudes, they said although the revelations discussed here had occurred in moderate altitudes. It may be assumed that in subjects who are prone to mystical experiences. Already moderate altitudes are sufficient to trigger river revelation like experiences and revelations so. The, argument here I guess is is first of all you know not not. Everyone's going to have the same reaction to altitude like we've discussed right and that even moderate high altitude they're arguing could be sufficient. Potentially is one of those more research needed areas right, but it could be enough to push. People. Minds toward mystical experiences, especially those minds are already susceptible to say hallucination to voices or a to the experience of the supernatural, and then the the the remembrance of supernatural experience. You know it's funny that they focus on like the Abraham MC, monotheistic religions, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam because in the last episode. You remember we had a discussion how it seems to me that That actually sacred geography plays less of a role in the Ibrahimovic religions than it does in many other religions around world whereas. In Abraham religions, it seems that when place is wholly, it's usually because the idea. The something important happened there, whereas in many other religions around the world, the place itself has some religious significance, the re the land itself the mountain is the home of the Gods, or is the body of a God, or is sacred in its own right, not just because of something that happened there right i. Imagine there could be room for a lot of theological discussion in each of these three religions, but yeah all three of these, even as we were mentioning him. We were mentioning the event they were mentioning in the paper, the event that took place the meeting of of an individual and the divine, for instance in the case of the the the the Islam examples. So. At this point I want to turn to. A. Particular Mountain entity because I think it lines up with some of what we were just discussing year, and that's that entity is the Yeti. Everybody's favourite cooler. No, not the cooler I mean unless the cooler has an actual yet the in it. That'd be a good trick. Discovered one, what was it the whether somebody in Georgia? WHO claimed they had a big fluid and like a beer cooler and was like a freezer. There's a whole whole thing about ten or eleven years ago. Yeah! I remember it well, because for one fleeting second It made me wonder. Are we about to know that there is a sasquatch? And of course it turned out to not be the case. It was like a costume or something right now. The Eddie in modern Western culture it has become just kind of a Himalayan variant of the SASQUATCH. You know if I say yet, you major picture, bigfoot or skunk ape. Whatever the regional variation of this creature is and I do think that is important is. To think about the fact that there are variations of the wild man. Being in various cultures, basically like a bipedal creature, covered in hair that is seen all around the world, but has distinct origins in each case right yes. But It was looking at I wanted to get a like a better snapshot of the this ape like beast. as far as like Himalayan traditions go, so I ran across a very very insightful. A piece titled Boonies Tales of the Yeti by Kuehne Zane Coton Tales of the creature exists through the Himalayan region. and. The author points to the different names that are given to this entity so into bip Tabet. There's gangs me or glacier man. There's me Sean Poe or strongman, and each in Poe or great man The SHERPAS College Yeti the lectures. Call it Chew Moon or Snow Goblin I like that one or low moon or Mountain Goblin in Paul. There's Nihil new or Ban Monchy. He didn't provide a track translation translation for those, but I'm assuming some treatment on these various ideas you know and then the Bhutanese say migo or strong man also Greg Poe so we get this idea of like figure of of savage cold strength with possible. You. Know Ga Goblin a qualities as well. So showed rights that the the Migo I idea here dates back to the pre Buddhist bond writings, the the pre Buddhist, animist religion. We mentioned this briefly in the last episode, the indigenous religion of Tibet it came up because Mount Kailash. Amount, Kyle, Lhasa in in the Himalayas is a peak that is holy, not just to Hindus who believe some of whom believed that Lord Shiva and Parvathi dwell on top of Mount Kailash, but it's also holy to some Buddhists, Jane's and members of the bond religion that the Tibetan indigenous religion. Religion and apparently some bon rituals call for the blood of Migo, a slain with a sharp weapon. WHOA, yeah, so yeah, so this was a pre existing idea, but then you get some Westerners involved writing, and then you get this idea exported, and and and reignited in the Western mind so British Traveller William Hugh night of the royals the royal. Society's Club recorded a Yeti citing and nineteen three on his way back to India from Tibet, and then was another sighting in eighteen, twenty, five by a Westerner by a Greek zoologist in a time Bazi. Who described like this unquestionably figure in outline was exactly like a human, being walking upright and stopping occasionally to uproot or pull at some Dwarf Rhododendron It showed up dark against the snow and as far as I could make out wore no clothes. And then later you had print sightings and and so forth in the nineteen fifties that helped popularize the idea of the Yeti in the West..

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"mount kailash" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

10:17 min | 1 year ago

"mount kailash" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"We we begin with the inferno We have Eventually in Book Three Wind up in paradise but to get there Dante and Virgil have to scale the mount of purgatorio. The earthly purgatory So this is a mountain that is that extends from Earth to the Threshold of Heaven and at the very top of the mountain at the very peak. That's where the earthly paradise is located the Eden of Of the Old Testament and Christian traditions. Okay so this does this makes more sense also if you know something about like Medieval Catholic theology right which which had this belief in the idea of purgatory. Where it wasn't hell. You know you weren't condemned there forever but you were basically good Christian but you did some sins that were not atoned for in so you have to go to purgatory before you can get to Heaven Ryan so you spend some time there in you know. It's not hell but it's not nice. It's not pleasant and you're stuck there until you essentially serve out your sentence your purified of your sin and then you can be admitted into heaven right. It is a literary symbolic representation of penitent Christian life again. No one holds that the amount of purgatory is a real place. It in very much a part of literature here but does service kind of a nice example of some of the same ideas of of mythological holy mountain. Well one thing I do like about the idea of of Holy Mountains including purgatory. Actually the amount of purgatory is that they do seem like an indication of older versions of religion. That were more That could be situated on earth because the lots of parts of earth. We didn't know about right. You know so like Dante could say well. Yes you can enter hell through a cave here and you go down then you can go up the mountain of purgatory and that's over here and that would be okay because you know. There's lots of the earth that he didn't know what was there. You could just assume it's somewhere undiscovered. Yeah now they're of course plenty of actual mountains that are considered sacred either by association with a Mythical World Mountain. You see that. From time to time where there's a mythological mountain in a nearby mountain becomes associated with the same ideas through traditions and then if we if we as we have explored in past episodes there's also the added dimensions various Pyramids ziggurats that Have been constructed as a sort of artificial mountain allowing the people who built them to participate in Mountain Top sacred rites and observances in some cases in regions where such peaks are are not Readily available well. Yeah and just like in the case say like in Mount Kailash where it is believed that Lord Shiva and Parvathi are dwell on top of the mountain the Ziggurat I think is interpreted by many modern scholars to have been thought to be a home of the gods by the people who use them so like maybe the priests would go up there and do some kind of right but it was also believed that the God would come down and like sleep. The night on the top of the Ziggurat may made even live there for some period absolutely You know and another quick thing. I want to mention in looking at various mountainous. I noticed that in your primordial beings often for mountains out of the soil or as we mentioned earlier they their bodies or the bodies of loved ones become the mountains. And you know it's it's easy to sort of take the formation of mountains for granted with even just sort of you know a casual understanding say plastic tonics and so forth Daily basically a surface level understanding of geology. But imagine trying to understand what a mountain was. If you really had no idea about any of these things I mean unless you were witness to volcanic eruption Are there there are mountain formation processes? That are going to be readily observable and so it makes as much sense if anything to turn to some of these These these these purely mythological and cosmic explanations for why they're there well you can get even weirder with it. I mean one of my favorite examples is the coolest place I've ever been the Mount Stephen Trial by beds up in Britain Mount Stephen British Columbia which is part of the Burgess Shale formation that I went to a couple of years ago. And so you try to imagine that not having a any kind of scientific understanding you go up a mountain and then up near the top. There's just like a cliff where pieces of of Rocker shearing off and got the imprint of strange undersea monsters on them. And it's like you have no idea of figuring out how so this once was sedimentary rock at the bottom of an ocean and it has been pushed up and made into a mountain over hundreds of millions of years yeah even knowing the geologic geological processes in in in place here it's still amazing to behold and well beyond the scope of a human lifetime and and really sort of natural human perception absolutely so Ran Through some more examples here. Holy Mounds it. Kinda give a nice overview of some of these different Different ideas I was reading about the din. Hey Bonday the Navajo. Creation Myth Complete with the creation recreation of the sacred mountains across five worlds so that involves the idea that four other worlds preceded the one that we live in now and this is an idea that POPs up in various Mesoamerican in native American religions. for the Aztecs Kawata APAC served as the mythical sacred mountain the Serpent Mountain in their mythical homeland ascalon and according to Nicoletta mastery on Thought Co the Great Temple of knocked. Alon is thought to be a replica of this holy mountain so another example of recreating the Holy Mountain. An artificial holy mountain created in the likeness of mythological form in norse mythology human bureau is the mountain where the by Frost connects Asgard and mid guard. And this is home of the God. him doll and then there's also perhaps the less famous nearby org and this is the hiding place of the mead of poetry. Oh Yeah Mount. Fuji is important in Japanese culture. It represents according to Birnbaum quote quest for beauty and simplicity that lies at the heart of Japanese culture and I think yeah. Mount Fuji is is one of these examples. That like it's it's a cultural. Let's put part of its cultural pride like it is a part of the natural geography that people can take pride in and find a sense of identity in one thing. I think every time I see an image of Mount Fuji is it just looks very visually. Perfect is very like gracefully sloped. Symmetrical only can only get a work of art. Yeah exactly if you go to Tanzania you'll find Mount Kilimanjaro and Some of the that the CIA people of that region their myths and beliefs about the dorm volcano hold that it contains gateways to the spirit world in Chinese mythology though. There are a few different. Holy Mountains of note. One is mount Buju or Boozer Sean. And Its associated with the Premier Mountains in Central Asia. And it's one of the skype pillars holding up the heavens and again this is the mountain trope found in various cultures There's a a myth in which was damaged by the Water God Gong Gong in his ancient battle for supremacy against the Yellow Emperor and then after the Olympic. Victory the goddess. Newel ahead to repair the damage but in Chinese myth The the Kunlun is perhaps the most important as described in the excellent handbook of Chinese mythology gang on Turner. It is not only a key pillar of the sky but also an abode of Gods and immortals and there are really a lot of descriptions of it and its various films. Magical trees magical animals. It's really an entire sacred ecology unto itself and if there's a particular magical plant magical item or sacred water that you wish to obtain then coon is the place you'll find it. Scott it all. Yeah it's it's everything it includes. It holds for instance the sweet spring and Emerald Lake the parole tree. The tree the tree of immortality Cinnabar River which prevents death. If you drink it the week river where nothing floats so it has. It has all the magical items in just scaling it scaling to the appropriate Terrace on the mountain. According to some traditions means that you can take on divine powers yourself. Over natural forces perhaps acquire immortality or even take on spirit status yourself again provided you know where to climb and you can survive. The dangers various important. Mythic events are sometimes set on the mountain including the goddess new ause marriage to her brother and the subsequent population of the world so again. That's just a that's just a few examples there so many other sacred mountains That we didn't we didn't have time to include or just didn't have time to research but again if we left one out that you're particularly fond of or you've visited yourself certainly right into us. Well and these I would point out are just the sacred mountains that have accumulated like myths with Staying Power Liars. Because I would say there are a number of now pretty well observed phenomena that would under normal circumstances be creating new sacred mountain myths all the time and maybe we should explore that when we come back from a break..

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"mount kailash" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"mount kailash" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"We, of course have the three books right we. We begin with the inferno with eventually in book three. Wind up in paradise, but to get there. Dante and Virgil have to scale the mount of Purgatorio. The earthly purgatory so this is a mountain that is. That extends from Earth to the Threshold of Heaven and at the very top of the mountain at the very peak. That's where the earthly paradise is located, the Eden of of the Old Testament and Christian traditions. Okay, so this does. This makes more sense also, if you know something about like Medieval, Catholic theology right, which which had this belief in the idea of purgatory where it wasn't hell, you know you weren't condemned there forever, but you were basically good. Christian, but you did some sins that were not atoned for in. So you have to go to purgatory before you can get to heaven right, so you spend some time there in. You know. It's not hell, but it's not nice. It's not pleasant. and. You're stuck there until you essentially serve out your sentence, your purified of your sin, and then you can be admitted into heaven, right? It is a literary symbolic representation of penitent Christian life. Again no one holds that the amount of purgatory is a real place. It Very Much A. Part of literature here. But does service kind of a nice example of some of the same ideas of of mythological holy mountain, well one thing I do like about the idea of of Holy Mountains including purgatory, actually the amount of purgatory is that they do seem like an indication of older versions of religion that were more that could be situated on earth, because the lots of parts of earth. We didn't know about right. You know so like. Could say well. Yes, you can enter hell through a cave here and you go down then you can go up the mountain of purgatory, and that's over here, and that would be okay because you know. There's lots of the earth that he didn't know what was there. You could just assume it's somewhere undiscovered. Yeah! Now they're of course, plenty of actual mountains that are considered sacred, either by association with a Mythical World Mountain you see that from time to time where there's a mythological mountain in. Nearby mountain becomes associated with the same ideas through traditions, and then if we if we as we have explored in past episodes, there's also the added dimensions. Various Pyramids ziggurats that have been constructed as sort of artificial mountain, allowing the people who built them to participate in Mountain Top sacred rites and observances in some cases in regions where such peaks are are not readily available well. Yeah, and just like in the case. Say like in Mount Kailash where it is believed. Believed that Lord Shiva and part of our dwell on top of the mountain. The Ziggurat I think is interpreted by many modern scholars to have been thought to be a home of the gods by the people who use them so like. Maybe the priests would go up there and do some kind of right, but it was also believed that the God would come down and like sleep. The night on the top of the Ziggurat may made even live there for some period. Absolutely and another quick thing I want to mention in looking at various mountainous I noticed that you know primordial beings for mountains out of the soil, or as we mentioned earlier, they their bodies, or the bodies of. Loved ones become the mountains and you know. It's it's easy to sort of take the formation of mountains for granted with even just sort of. You know a casual. Understanding, say tectonics and so forth daily basically. A surface level understanding of geology, but imagine trying to understand what mountain was. If you really had no idea about any of these things I mean unless you. Were witnessed to volcanic eruption are there there are. Mountain formation processes that are going to be readily observable, and so it makes as much sense of anything to turn to some of these these these these purely mythological and cosmic explanations for why they're there well, you can get even weirder with it. I mean one of my favorite examples is the coolest place I've ever been the Mount Stephen Trial by beds up in Britain Mount, Stephen, British Columbia which is part of the Burgess Shale formation that I went to a couple of years ago and so you try to imagine that not having a any kind of scientific understanding you go. Go up a mountain, and then up near the top, there's just like a cliff where pieces of of Rocker shearing off, and got the imprint of strange undersea monsters on them, and it's like you. You'd have no idea of figuring out how so this once was sedimentary rock at the bottom of an ocean, and it has been pushed up and made into a mountain over hundreds of millions of years. Yeah, even knowing the geologic geological processes in in in place here it's still amazing to behold, and well beyond the scope of a human lifetime, and and really sort of natural human perception absolutely. So Ran Through some more examples here, holy mounds it. Kinda give nice overview of some of these different different ideas. I was reading about the Hey Bonday the Navajo creation myth complete with the creation recreation of the sacred mountains across five worlds, so that involves the idea that four other worlds proceeded the one that we live in now, and this is an idea that POPs up various Mesoamerican in native American religions and For the Aztecs Kawata Apac served as the mythical sacred mountain the serpent. In their mythical homeland ascalon, and according to Nicoletta mastery on thought Co. the Great Temple of Tanakh knocked. Dhillon is thought to be a replica of this holy mountain, so another example of recreating the Holy Mountain, an artificial holy mountain created. In the likeness of mythological form. In norse mythology, human bureau is the mountain where the by Frost Connects Asgard and mid guard, and this is home of the God him doll, and then there's also perhaps the less famous nearby org, and this is the hiding place of the mead of poetry. Oh, yeah..

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"mount kailash" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"mount kailash" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Say like in Mount Kailash where it is believed. Believed that Lord Shiva and part of our dwell on top of the mountain. The Ziggurat I think is interpreted by many modern scholars to have been thought to be a home of the gods by the people who use them so like. Maybe the priests would go up there and do some kind of right, but it was also believed that the God would come down and like sleep. The night on the top of the Ziggurat may made even live there for some period. Absolutely and another quick thing I want to mention in looking at various mountainous I noticed that you know primordial beings for mountains out of the soil, or as we mentioned earlier, they their bodies, or the bodies of. Loved ones become the mountains and you know. It's it's easy to sort of take the formation of mountains for granted with even just sort of. You know a casual. Understanding, say tectonics and so forth daily basically. A surface level understanding of geology, but imagine trying to understand what mountain was. If you really had no idea about any of these things I mean unless you. Were witnessed to volcanic eruption are there there are. Mountain formation processes that are going to be readily observable, and so it makes as much sense of anything to turn to some of these these these these purely mythological and cosmic explanations for why they're there well, you can get even weirder with it. I mean one of my favorite examples is the coolest place I've ever been the Mount Stephen Trial by beds up in Britain Mount, Stephen, British Columbia which is part of the Burgess Shale formation that I went to a couple of years ago and so you try to imagine that not having a any kind of scientific understanding you go. Go up a mountain, and then up near the top, there's just like a cliff where pieces of of Rocker shearing off, and got the imprint of strange undersea monsters on them, and it's like you. You'd have no idea of figuring out how so this once was sedimentary rock at the bottom of an ocean, and it has been pushed up and made into a mountain over hundreds of millions of years. Yeah, even knowing the geologic geological processes in in in place here it's still amazing to behold, and well beyond the scope of a human lifetime, and and really sort of natural human perception absolutely. So Ran Through some more examples here, holy mounds it. Kinda give nice overview of some of these different different ideas. I was reading about the Hey Bonday the Navajo creation myth complete with the creation recreation of the sacred mountains across five worlds, so that involves the idea that four other worlds proceeded the one that we live in now, and this is an idea that POPs up various Mesoamerican in native American religions and For the Aztecs Kawata Apac served as the mythical sacred mountain the serpent. In their mythical homeland ascalon, and according to Nicoletta mastery on thought Co. the Great Temple of Tanakh knocked. Dhillon is thought to be a replica of this holy mountain, so another example of recreating the Holy Mountain, an artificial holy mountain created. In the likeness of mythological form. In norse mythology, human bureau is the mountain where the by Frost Connects Asgard and mid guard, and this is home of the God him doll, and then there's also perhaps the less famous nearby org, and this is the hiding place of the mead of poetry. Oh, yeah..

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"mount kailash" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

11:02 min | 1 year ago

"mount kailash" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"It summons feeling that someone's emotions and takes us outside of ourselves. E O Wilson Talks about this a little bit When he's discussing the Affiliate hypothesis and I think this is in the context of him. Generally talking about evolutionary explanations for our aesthetic preferences like why is it so often that pictures we find beautiful include vistas from a high point of view. You know being able to look down over a landscape and he offers some possible evolutionary explanations for that you know maybe this is like a more defendable point where you can see things coming towards you but yeah. It's hard to deny that when I see a mountain. I don't know if everybody feels this way as much as I do. When I see a mountain I want to go up it. I've never done mountain climbing hiking and stuff but I do want to go up to the top of the highest point in look down. We'll see I think you and I are different. In this regard. We've talked before on on the show. About how you have. No problem like walking up the cliff right. I'm a little more reluctant to do that. But still of icy like crazy Clifford P core or images of people mountain climbing. I do put my imagine myself up there and often terrify myself with the prospect on so I feel like that kind of mental transportation is inevitable but a couple of other things about just how we think about mountains. A common trope in various mythologies and we'll touch on some specific examples here in a bit. Are that the mountain or at least a mountain. Peak on some level connects earth to the sky so sky pillar situation where the mountain is holding up. The Cosmos are holding up the heavens holding up the sky or it is in some way an umbilical or a ladder and Or the mountain itself serves as a you know an an access Monday. The Central Tent Pole of Sacred Cosmos a stairway to heaven. If you will well that's really interesting. Because especially it pairs with older ways of thinking about the sky you know. It's not all that uncommon for ancient peoples to have conceived the sky as a place with solid ground. That you could walk around. In like a firmament there's a dome over the earth and And so you might wonder what does something hold up the dome. If they're solid ground up there that the gods can walk around in there must be something holding it up and so you can imagine. We'll maybe a mountain holds it up. That's the obvious. Answer in fact yes as you can see where this complex we've emerges of an attempt to understand what is what your visit whether you're actually observing. What is the objective reality and then also these mythical ideas of like what does about that structure and And incinerator and the importance of place in identity. There's also from a practical since the fact that the stand atop a great height is to gain a crucial vantage point. Yeah in some cases that can be purely strategic. This is the Wilson thing. Yeah he can see the movements of of her animals. You can see the movements of enemy troops et CETERA. But I also wonder if it could be something a little more existential. I wonder if if such heightened could be considered possibly a capable of invoking something like the overview effect that proposed state of mind or a state of euphoric interconnectedness that ensues when one sees the planet Earth from Outer Space. It's not quite the same certainly. I'm wondering if perhaps that affect scales down to some extent I can absolutely see that some astronauts report they look out the window of the International Space Station or of their. You know their vehicle and they see the earth from space and suddenly it just comes into sharp focus that that are petty squabbles. Are exactly that they're petty. You know then they vanish in the face of the fact that we're all trapped on this ball together and and it makes human concerns looks small and makes people feel a strong sense of sort of see. The common interest of all humanity and the connectedness of all of our concerns because the fate of the earth is the fate of all of us. And Yeah I can absolutely see that happening. I mean so imagine you normally. You live in a small village or a city where you are. You know you. You've got your day to day concerns. You're angry with your neighbor. You've got your politics that you're doing if you're like a priest or something and then you go up on a mountain and then you look down at the place where you come from the village or the city or the farms and suddenly everything looks tiny this basic shift in visual and optical perspective could very well trigger the same kind of mental shift people experience when they go into space. Yeah absolutely I was doing a little reading about about some of these ideas and Iran across the next one little paper by Edwin Birnbaum titled in Sacred Mountains themes and teachings and this is from Mountain Research and Development Twenty. Six and the author does a great job of just laying out some basics for instance lays out three basic ways that mountains are considered sacred We can as I lay these out. You can certainly think two examples we've discussed already and I think these will also be useful in considering Examples discussed in the rest of the podcast. So Birnbaum says first. Specific peaks are singled out as places of sanctity. They're supported by myths and practices such as pilgrimages meditation and even sacrifice number two they may contain sacred sites or objects like temples or shrines. Or even something more natural like spring and number three. The natural setting itself awakens a sense of wonder and all right. All three of these tend to work together. Birnbaum says on an individual's experience with the sacredness of Mountain. Furthermore Birnbaum defined Kim themes frequently seen in sacred mountains so they are roughly height center. Power God or a guy who the mountains God itself where it is the home of God's non as a place of worship. The Mountain Paradise or garden is a place where the ancestors of the dead may reside a source of Cultural Identity. A source of healing or or just a source of water. Which makes sense because I mean goes downhill exactly and also as a place of renewal so these are again. Ten broad themes Birnbaum identifies in the identity and characterization of sacred mountains all right well. We can look for these and examples of mountains that we talk about. So maybe I'll offer up one example of a mountain to think about and then maybe after that take a break and then look at some other okay but this first one is one. I mentioned in the episode where we talked about pressure because I think it's a commonly cited example of a very important holy mountain that's Holy IN MULTIPLE RELIGIONS. Not just one and this would be the peak of its peak in the Himalayas known as Mount Kailash Lhasa And so this is a holy mountain in multiple religions in Hinduism. This mountain is believed to be the abode of Lord Shiva the destroyer of evil and of his wife. Parvathi who together sit in meditation at the summit of the mountain and so the sight of Mount Kailash a destination of pilgrimage for many Hindus who climb Fifteen thousand feet or about four point six kilometers up this ascent path to the base of the mountain but do not climb it summit in fact climbing the sacred summit is forbidden. And while we can't know for sure it's often said that the summit has never been climbed by a human instead it's believed virtuous for pilgrims to walk in a circle around the base of the mountain but not go up to the summit And this of course is not just a holy site for Hindus as I was saying but it's also holy for Buddhists for Jane's and for people of the indigenous religion of Tibetan on his bone. Yes a very ancient animist religion. Yeah now if you look at what? A picture of Mount Kailash looks like from below. I mean I'd say obviously I already know this about it when I've seen pictures of it but it's not hard to see how a person looking up at this peak would begin to think that something powerful and holy and forbidden resided there does not look welcoming to ascent like it doesn't look easy to climb and I think there's something powerful about that to see a place and think I mean especially in today's Day and age to think oh wonder if people have ever been on that spot as a person ever stood there and if the answer is even possibly no there is something sacred about that like. We've we've pretty screwed everything else up but that one peak is is pristine. You will not find a slim. Jim Rapper there. Yeah and that does seem important right. I mean part of the issue is anytime there's a mountain that people say has not been climbed. Obviously people are gonNA WANNA climate. So I've been reading. There's political controversy over this. It's like I think there was one point. I read a team of Spanish mountain climbers who announced that they were going to climb the mountain. But it's a it's a holy site you're not supposed to climb it Even though I think the team they were not Hindus the so they didn't share this belief about the religious forbidden this of the mountaintop but the government authorities prevented them from climbing the mountain. I think just because they wanted to avoid this leading to unrest or just I guess being seen as an insult to people who believe that the mountain should not be climbed I mean I do tend to wonder if people just started climbing a mountain like this all the time. Would it kind of break the spell of this story? Would it make people? Would it make the mountain seem less? Holy I don't know that's something to consider and after we come back from this next break. We're going to take that consideration into specific examples not only with actual mountains and some of the sacred ideas about the bidding also be looking at some Samantha logical and even fictional mountains which I guess are kind of inherently safe from from mountain climbers laundering. Where they're not supposed to be. Hey everybody if you're looking for better business. Communications US bondage. They have unified communications. That organize all your texts. Emails and voice calls onto one platform contact centers that integrate seamlessly with salesforce and. Api's that can help your developers build communications into your APPS. But that's it. Those are the things von is really good at yeah. They're not so good exploring saving machinery of facial recognition the Ark of the Covenant. The the origin of black holes all of this in a fun and easily digestible way You know that's just not their thing. 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"mount kailash" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"mount kailash" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"The Mountains God itself where it is the home of God's non as a place of worship, the mountain, Paradise or garden. is a place where the ancestors of the dead may reside a source of cultural identity, a source of healing, or or just a source of water, which makes sense because I mean. Goes Downhill exactly. And also as a place of renewal. So are again. Ten broad themes Birnbaum identifies in the identity and characterization of sacred mountains right well, we can look for these and examples of mountains that we talk about so maybe I'll offer up one example of a mountain to think about, and then maybe after that take a break and then look at some other. Okay, but this first one is one. I mentioned in the episode where we talked about pressure. Because I think it's a commonly cited example of a very important holy mountain that's holy in multiple religions, not just one. And this would be. The peak was its peak in the Himalayas known as Mount Kailash. Lhasa, and so this is a holy mountain in multiple religions in Hinduism. This mountain is believed to be the abode of Lord. Shiva the destroyer of evil and of his wife Parvathi who together sit in Meditation Summit of the mountain, and so the sight of Mount. Mount Kailash a destination of pilgrimage for many Hindus who climb fifteen thousand feet, or about four point six kilometers up this ascent path to the base of the mountain, but do not climb it summit. In fact, climbing the sacred summit is forbidden, and while we can't know for sure. It's often said that the summit has never been climbed by a human. Instead it's believed virtuous for pilgrims to walk in a circle around the base of the mountain, but not go up to the summit and this of course is not just a holy site for Hindus as I was saying, but it's also holy for Buddhists for Jane's and for people of the indigenous religion of Tibetan on his bone. Yes, a very ancient animist religion. Yeah, now if you look at what a picture of Mount Kailash looks like from below. I mean. I'd say obviously I. Already know this about it when I've seen pictures of it, but it's not hard to. See how person looking up at this peak would begin to think that something powerful and holy and forbidden resided. There does not look welcoming to ascent like it doesn't look easy to climb. And I think there's something powerful about that to see a place and think. I mean especially in today's Day and age to think Oh, wonder if people have ever been on that spot as a person ever stood there, and if the answer is even possibly no, there is something sacred about that like we've. We've pretty screwed everything else up, but that one peak is is pristine. You will not find a slim Jim Rapper there. Yeah and that does seem important. Right I mean part of the issue is. Anytime there's a mountain that people say has not been climbed. Obviously, people are gonNA WANNA climate, so I've been reading. There's political controversy over this. It's like I think there was one point I read a team of Spanish mountain, climbers who announced that they were going to climb the mountain, but it's a it's a holy site. You're not supposed to climb it even though I think the team. They were not Hindus the so they didn't share this belief. Belief about the religious forbidden this of the mountaintop, but the government authorities prevented them from climbing the mountain i. think just because they wanted to avoid this..

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"mount kailash" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

11:40 min | 1 year ago

"mount kailash" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"A website or domain squarespace. Just go check it out. And we're back now. In in discussing all of this Barrett also provides a humorous chart that it compiles his thoughts his interpretations of these five categories not only on Santa as a possible God but also mickey mouse the tooth fairy in engorge Bush. I think this would have been the George W Bush right yeah. Beliefs but for instance went through Santa Claus. But I'm Mickey Mouse. He gave Mickey. Yes for counterintuitive yelling mouse. Yeah Yes for intentional agent. Sure but then I know on having strategic information right. no-one no-one acting in the real world and a no on motivating reinforcing behavior. Oh Yeah I'm with all that on the two to three gets yeses across the board except for possessing vesting strategic information. which is the tooth fairy? Really know anything you don't I mean maybe knows a little bit more about your dental hygiene than and other entities doesn't really seem actionable. Yeah and then. Finally George Bush. George Bush gets yeses across the board except for counter intuitive. So he's an intentional agent agent he at least at the time possessed strategic information. He acted in the real world. Motivated reinforcing behaviours. But he was not counterintuitive. Does he motivate reinforcing behaviours. I guess so. Yeah I think so but you know he was just a human right. I mean yeah. It's true any actually existing human walking around on the earth motivates reinforcing behaviours. Because if you act as if these people don't exist it will cause problems for you. I should also point out that if you if you want to actually look up this paper the full title which we did not share earlier for reasons though become obvious is why Santa Claus is not a God again journal Cognition Culture Two thousand an eight if you look it up. He also has a wonderful ven diagram of how all five of these concepts interact and the the one safe zone where you have candidates for successful gods according to these these ideas now I would say to be critical of these criteria. We've been discussing I. I think you could argue that. Santa meets all five criteria at least in some cases of belief and not in other cases of belief and yet still there is no active cult of Santa whatsoever among adults and this suggests to me that while I think these five criteria are all very good starting places for evaluating God odd type agents in people's beliefs. They've got to be some other criteria here. That are not really accounted for. I think one major factor playing against belief in Santa in a clause as a god is that there is first of all a right of passage in which children become aware of the underlying Christmas gift mechanism and there are not any significant numbers of adults insisting to other adults that Santa Claus is real and is a God. You've gotTa have a foothold of people starting off insisting insisting that it's real in all cases and not just say in the presence of children but like two other adults and they would have to be you know trying to make a case you know and once. Let's you had that. Actually I could see it being surprising how easy something like God. Belief would pick up because there's nothing as convincing as other other people's confidence it's like embarrassing how susceptible we are to just sensing confidence and other people and thinking. Oh maybe there's something to that. So do you think there air could come a day where we would say. Oh yeah when we when we were Kids and when we were younger adults Santa was just an idea that we We told kids about the only kids believed in it but now we have all these adults all over the news media. And they're just fiercely defending belief in Santa Claus. And I'm afraid to say anything. I don't think you would get that because I don't see that there's a major motivation to start a movement like that and I think that the people who tried to start a movement like that they would not not have a major motivation and they would look foolish at least initially right until they got people believing them so i. I just don't see that as likely to happen now. I think you could probably proposed things that are equally ridiculous but you can imagine more of a motivation for them to come about that. Maybe you could. I mean they sound crazy to us now but if enough people or confidently proclaiming them say take a major political figure and start saying that they're a God. That sounds ridiculous to us right now but if you just get a number of people loudly proudly proclaiming that I. I think you could get some buying. Oh Yeah I mean you if you listened to the the right people you you hear that about contemporary political figures to a certain extent. I don't think I've heard anyone say that. The individual in question is a deity. But I have heard people say well. If you look at you know the way the Such and such as written in the Old Testament. Yeah then clearly that makes room for me to you know to look over this particular individual shortcomings Etcetera and yeah I mean it's it's not too much of an extrapolation to get to the point where you can imagine someone saying no this. This politician is God. We'll end the division between a figure gear of major religious significance and a God. Themself is not always as clear as we might want it to be or think. There's another thing that I think is getting in the way of of Santa in a clause becoming a legitimate God belief among adults and this may be a weirdly specific nitpick But I think it hurts to suggest that there is a physical location on earth where he resides and combining that with like modern Gio imaging and maps like it would be really hard to contend that Santa Claus is a literal physical being being who lives in a toy workshop at the North Pole most God beliefs that have survived into the modern technological era have either always been or have had to retreat into Intangibility for instance it would. It would be hard to insist today that there are Greek gods that literally inhabit a palace of the top. Mount Olympus like you can see pictures what it looks like up there but They would have to become invisible or start to occupy some non physical dimension or something like that right now as always when you're talking about you know real phenomenon and culture. They're exceptions an exception. I can think of as Mount Kailash for instance in in Hinduism some believe this to be the the physical mountain. It's a real mountain. You Go. There people make pilgrimages there and they walk around it. Some people believe it to be the home of Lord Shiva and the Goddess Parvathi. But but you're not allowed to climb up on the mountain to see for yourself and I think this belief would probably also tolerate some non-physical interpretations and yet as I think you could a potentially imagine imagine a world if you will in which Saint Nicholas is never fully invested from his religious origins and and and and instead of it being instead of Santa Claus being this thing that is sometimes brought up about the secular war on Christmas. You know in taking Christ out of Christmas. What of Saint Ain't Nicholas on the whole across the Western civilization remains this? This religious figure who also comes at Christmas brings toys and lives at the North Pole. And then you have all Santa believing nations agree to not explore the the Arctic because because that is where Santa lives and forging treaties with non Santa believing nations. That were they agree yes. We won't explore the Arctic because we realized that sacred to you then perhaps you could keep you could keep the the the residents of Santa an article of faith or not. It might not actually work possible. I think you'd still still have the major problem of like that. The generational transfer of the knowledge of the Christmas gift mechanism. Yeah like the fact that at some point you meet the man behind the curtain and it's mom and Dad I think that has an incredibly powerful demotivating effect on belief. You're going for the throat without one. Joe I didn't go that far in talking about the Magic Santa Santa. It's weird though because I feel I feel sorry. Did I do bad well. I too weird for me. I feel more. I feel less pressure about Discussing a religious concepts have been saying that. Okay you know we have this concept of God but there's no actual deity resides in heaven like I feel better about saying saying that then to come out and say that Santa Claus is your parents. Well we already said Oh. Come on I'm not saying makes sense. I'm just saying that's how it feels those. I'm like. Oh that's that's a step too far to say not. Only there is no Santa and he is me. That's exactly in fact you're exactly exactly making my point is. It's not just that at some point the other kids on the playground start saying oh you still will even say in US sane isn't real. I mean that would be one thing if that was happening. You could still maintain tain belief even in a hostile atmosphere. People maintain religious beliefs in a hostile atmosphere among nonbelievers who challenged their beliefs. But the fact that they're the mechanism is revealed by the by the people pulling the levers that the it is me. Statement is the most powerful moment there. That's where like it. It can't really survive that moment. Yeah but sometimes you don't completely have that moment. I Dunno like some some parents. They don't have a sit down and say like all right. Here's the here's the truth so I think another important. I'm sorry I didn't mean to do something you didn't. I'm just saying that that kind of I felt that it says more about me as is an apparent this currently maintaining the the magic of Santa and trying to figure out where it goes from here. You know But I do want to come back to again into Santa and God hood. I think it's worth mentioning first of all the Santa has encompassed aspects of old Gods. Already you have such characters as the GERMANIC. Thank God vote in the God like entity of Russia's dead demoralize or old man frost who of course factors into another MSG through K.. Rift film Jack Frost and now I think he's more. There's certainly a clear cut case for Jack Frost being a deity Since he is a you know he's please calm. You know he's a natural force in that is personified. Sure but then also we have to get into discussing just like how the how concepts of God. What in God's are GonNa vary from culture to culture because a lot of this has revolved around very I think Western concepts of an all powerful? God you know or or even like ancient Greek concepts of like really highly powerful anthropomorphic entities. Right yeah I mean it's something that Barrett mentions in the paper is that they're these criteria terrier supposed to apply to all kinds of God's I mean so they would apply to you know Spirit gods that live in the trees and stuff like that or household gods and like they should apply to all of these categories. But it's clear that at least I think you and I by our cultural context are very condition when we talk about. God's do think about like the monotheistic religions right but I do wonder if despite what Barrett says I wonder if some of the household God concept do kind of fall through the cracks of this a little bit and I was thinking particularly about about about China here because in China Santa has really only gained traction there during Really gain traction there in the nineteen nineties ninety s so you won't find Santa Wearing Confucian robes or anything but apparently you will see him on doors in places often relegated for the guts. Let's Chinese households with double doors sometimes boast twin images of Santa..

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"mount kailash" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

09:51 min | 1 year ago

"mount kailash" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"I mean unlike a lot of trees could give us a fighting chance to turn around climate change. You might not know this but I'm one of the guys behind behind the x prize for Carbon Capture where I donated some money to create a prize so that we'll find a way to get carbon out of the air and and hopefully even do something useful with it and my dad is actually on building up healthy soil which by the way requires animal poop but even if you don't have animal poop in your soil planting trees on just a zero point nine hectares of land could trump about two thirds of the carbon released by human activities since the start of the industrial revolution that means. You don't have to knock down a city. You don't have to take over. Farms are natural grasslands. You just reforest things maybe things that grew corn because because he wants to eat that crap anyway now our planet does have plenty of that land available and this is based on satellite imagery to see how a densely trees grow naturally in different ecosystems and we actually could you two hundred five metric. Giga tons of carbon in about a century and we'd have somewhere cool to to walk now. My guest today leads a company that sends people on Adventures all over the world and that means he's got a vested interest interest in making sure that while the place over the world that worth going to stay that way and we're GonNa talk about just all the natural wonders on the planet and what it does for your brain and and how you can travel really effectively and if you haven't guessed to him talking about today's guest is a serial entrepreneur investor advisor and founder and CEO of beautiful beautiful destinations which is an award-winning destination. I duNNO TO CALL IT agency instagram account all kinds of cool stuff but if you've seen pictures was that are like almost national geographic quality but it's places you can actually go without needing a team of sled dogs and stuff like that although there probably are sled dogs in some some of what it does The guy's name is Jeremy Jonty and he's a fascinating guy with about thirty million people following his travel content across all the different things that he works on so Jeremy Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me when we first talked about doing an interview. I was sort of like all right. Why are Bulletproof People Bernie Carbo. You have to say but when we got to know each other Mike All Right. You've even thinking a lot about what travel does for the human psyche. What's what's shifts have happened in travel in in the way people spend their money over the last just even twenty years yes so there are economic shifts as we've seen a rising middle middleclass combined with decreases in the price of athlete people are just travelling more. I think last year we saw one point eight billion international travel trips and as an industry there's trillions and trillions of dollars of GDP created through the travel industry. I think it's now about ten percent of global. GDP EP coming from travel so we race are traveling. More places are seeing the benefits and the negatives of travel and as we think about the way the industry grows it it has enormous economic impacts for countries but personally my passion is more the impact that has on people and I am. This very passionate belief. That travel is a force for good good in the world. It is a universal language that connects people regardless of their age or their gender or their income or where they come from. If you get out into the world and explore it you can uncover amazing things and make yourself a better person and hopefully have a positive impact. It's interesting this didn't make it into into game changers when I think about it because they didn't get enough. People answered your travel more as the top three things to perform better but I look back on the advice given to young entrepreneurs and people saying oh I should go to the school has to go back to business school. I should start a company like actually no. You should travel for three one hundred percent one hundred percent. I think it's the most impactful thing that you can do in your life. I think from a recovery standpoint we're talking to bulletproof vest who are looking at ways to improve their life. It has been scientifically showing that taking steps back from the daily stresses doesn't pressures. He put yourself through to go. Do something that completely expand your horizon. Experimentally has an enormous physical and physiological impact on you also just the act of meeting people and embracing new cultures. I think is incredibly empowering specially. Today we really do need to foster relationships all over the world with people that are different from us in order for Nice to be able to move forward as as a society and I think be happy Ambi healthy what I did is i. I waited till I was pretty burned out. I'd made in lost six million dollars. in the DOT COM boom at the company that held Google's first servers and I was looking at my wit's end and then I went to business school and after that I I said you know I'm completely fried and I actually got out of a long relationship and said okay. I'm just GONNA take a couple of months and it turned into three three months and then I called my parents and said Hey I'm gonNA fly him a pack up my crap and I'm just going to travel for a year and they never did that because I ended up getting some kind of a cool the job offer but that happens the idea though just going somewhere and not knowing what you're doing and I didn't realize I was going to go to bed. It was kind of on my bucket list and that was the genesis of coffee right but the idea of just showing up and figuring it out it seems like most of the time when you book travel online and things like that. It's like oh no. Everything's already a preordained. You're gonNA arrive on this day. You're going to do this thing you're GonNa do this thing and how do you navigate or recommend people navigate between serendipity when you travel and and knowing you're gonNA make it to the top of whatever amount you're gonNA clamp well. I think I think it starts with How people are now discovering traveling. We see a world where you know ubiquitous. Internet exists everywhere people have mobile devices that can connect into all manner on more on all forms of content all over the world and really with social media now and particularly with our business with Instagram we find that so many people are coming to our social channels to be inspired about where to go and what to do and perhaps a generation before us would use magazines or print or television and now because social is such an interactive experience people have going to instagram channels going to facebook going to youtube and they're saying okay that image that I see there has inspired me to now go out and travel and I think that is an incredibly powerful that when when you realize how easy it is is now to talk to people about travel how easy to get them inspired to go out and explore so we went from the days where you look like a lonely planet or something and you try ed to plan this thing and then you find out that places close and then you have you know a bunch of of in early days of the Internet it was pretty random and and all that but people weren't looking at the images it was sort of a written description and now you're saying like when you look at it and see if you connect with the image of it and then Sarah I I wanna go there in person but are so. Let's say I'm GonNa go with places where I've spent some time. I WANNA go to Machu Pichu right so so I mean if if someone says I'm GonNa do it too. They would just buy tickets and go there. I mean for me personally. If I can share the way I traveled it might help the the I think for me to do is to go onto around and look at the Hashtags for the place that I wanna go for the Geo tags and what you'll find is a wealth of information about what people's People's experiences have been like when they've been to these places so we're we're here in Montauk. Let's say we wanted to see what was going on. In the area. It would be so easy for us to go onto instagram. Graham have a look at the places that have been tagged the places that have been Hashtag and see what people's experiences have been then from there. You can also see the kind of people that are sharing those experiences answers and see if they are in communities that you're interested in if they're in communities that you're interested in is then very very easy to dart message then. It's very easy to still reach out so you went there. Let's talk absolutely you'll find that when you land on the ground in these places the community certainly within travel on social media has emerged as an incredibly incredibly collaborative community people will be open to taking you places. They'll be open to showing you around him. So our whole trouble munch that the travel is a force for good is built on the the idea that when you see a beautiful place whether it's a photo or video that you want to go to and you reach out to somebody in the community there you'll have a much richer and much more fulfilling travel but experience so it's just become much easier. I remember when I did the thing in Tibet. I had one of the very first hand held. GPS is real expensive garment thing thing and actually plotted the whole route around Mount Kailash. I don't know if anyone other than some scientists and were never done that and I didn't email that to a few people but I never got around to posting I post all my pictures and I still remember to this day. It was like hey if you WANNA go here. Just drop me an email. I'll I'll I'll tell you everything I know and probably five people did but now now I guess with instagram and all is just so much more public so you can just reach out so all right so you're completely just bypass all the plan. Every every second can ahead of time talk to the people find out what they liked what they didn't you know what guides are good Cetera et. CETERA okay. That's a cool travel actually yeah. It's a really easy way to connect with people because because I think as we see the trends and travel were seeing two enormous trends. Developing one is is wellness travel. It's now estimated to be a six hundred and forty billion dollar industry tables traveling to a SPA and so no actually traveling for complete wellness. This could be this could be to go to a SPA. This could be to have your blood work done. I did this Maybe maybe month ago. We're not a goal tourism. Come Medical Center where you're right. It's amazing it is it is amazing and to do it within an environment where you are completely relaxed and having a really deep ed engaging.

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"mount kailash" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"mount kailash" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

"Four times more than coconut, oil and coconut, oil raises key tones, no more than just sleeping all night, which is Nate, our fast. So let me get the straight might neurons wanted key tones. I take my bulletproof coffee which has the caffeine affect in it. I add brain octane to it, which is part of the recipe, which gives me more key towns, and all of a sudden it's like yeah. I got my account like you tones. And then when I have for lunch, God forbid, had some sushi with white rice. I'm not a Kito brownie more. Mike liles. Right. We got this. We like this in my gut bacteria pretty happy about it, too. And I monitor my gut bacteria. So it says idea how being ketosis sometimes eat tons of edges all the time. And how do we some carbs all the time? Well, avoiding toxic proteins in damaged fats in you do that. Don't eat too much. Don't eat too often. Everything is easy. That's awesome. So yeah, I know you're frustrated because you wanna talk about game changes. But now I've lived talking about that. I wanna talk about I you would note to say an Email say, hey, give me your address in some dark glasses. And and I get this auto bounce. It says as a way to avoid electron distractions. I don't use my computer. I'm hiding cave in the Himalayas and I accept carrier pigeons, and they normally take weeks to reach to bed, but ours, our trained to achieve twenty about possible. What an arrogant message you ask? Most people think it's funny the first I've totally joking not gonna laugh, totally. I just wanted to excuse to call your now. So when you couldn't thump me for saying it because we're emoting you must be impressed with my internet coverage here in the Himalayas, though. I, I am impressed from gave actually. You know you don't want us really funny. Speaking of Tibet. I really did come up with the idea for bulletproof coffee on the side of mount Kailash when I first had yak butter tea, which the Himalayan people into bed and other other Himalayan areas. They figured out, you can mix butter tea in on. You mix it up. You get this Kito effect. In some other things with water chemistry in. It's just a thing I noticed, I felt much better. But what haven't really talked about on that trip? This was a long time ago two thousand four there was no internet coverage. So I being a dumb ass, not computer hacker. I brought a three pound laptop, you couldn't even buy one back, then it was really hard to find one at mcgavin to do. My Email is whole trip. I'll be so connected resent. What were using for internet? I would go to an internet cafe and wasteful knows looking unplug one of the computers from their network. Plug it into my laptop and like I'm gonna download my messages. But the spammers at the time, there was no spam filter giving so much spam. I couldn't download the spam faster than the internet connection available in Tibet. So my laptop was. Just a brick, I carried with me which forced me to meditate for three months. That's why became really good shape hall in that thing around. Exactly that is awesome. What a great story. Yuck butter. They can you buy yak butter anywhere. United States when I came back from there, I wanna feel that brain thing. I felt the first time I drank it. So I tried to buy back. But I mean I searched around. I found a guy who was selling like tiger meat that's disgusting and wrong on so many so many levels and like, oh, if you wanna pay fifteen hundred dollars you.

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"mount kailash" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"mount kailash" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"Woo stuff came out of plano. That's kind of weird, and then wait a minute when I was at National Geographic, adventure, remember how there was that day that Google maps came out? And also people started e mailing in saying I found Atlantis on Google maps, you know, maybe there's, you know, maybe they're using this Plato story and things like Google maps, now that, you know, the internet is big. You know, search community to look for Lantis, maybe some of these people have actually like, good ideas about where Atlanticism Atlanta shows up in the appear booked. Yeah. Exactly. And that's claims through exactly does. That's what you know, I saw the newspaper clipping from nineteen eleven was like Atlantic from pigeon near. Atlanta's found in Africa. So you take these little things, maybe the leftover from the last book, and you just sort of play them forward the next one, because I am so bad. But I d I'm terrible with ideas. The best magazine writing gig, I ever had was at men's journal because Jason find the editor and marquee, the executive editor would just call up and be like, hey, here's a preapproved idea. Do you wanna go? Be like where have you been all my life? You know, it's hard enough with book ideas. But, you know, people who are out there, hustling all the time and send in a new idea every week. I don't know how they do that part of my brain. Just never developed, but book ideas are also big swing view been how far down the road of you Ben with something either pre proposal or a proposal that didn't happen. Luckily, I have like the world. Most blunt agent, Daniel Greenberg. I've sent at least a half a dozen ideas to him over the years. He's like this is not going to sell, or this is a great idea, but you would not do very good job with this. When we, we first book together, he's like, do you wanna see the editors responses from the houses and reporters, I'm like, yeah? Sure. Of course, more information is good information. So you just start sending these forwarding them blind lean. It's like this is a dumb idea, and he's not a very good writer, and I don't think he'd do very good job with this book, just like, you know, rejection after rejection as Daniel okay, that's enough. I get the. I get the idea. So. Yeah, I come up with bad ideas for books all the time. Are you on one right now? I have three ideas, I'm juggling. And he likes to of them to give the vague outline one is one involves elephants in Africa. One involves mount Kailash in Nepal, which is like the high holy mountain of Tibetan Buddhism, and one which he Daniel does not know about is I'm fascinated by the idea of what is lost, when we moved from a world where hand in the brain or connected through handwriting through drawing and things like that into a more ephemeral typing world you have kids, so you know, they're moving away from the cursive, and things like that..

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"mount kailash" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"mount kailash" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"You know, if I say yet, he you may just picture a Bigfoot or skunk, ape, whatever the regional variation of this creature is and I do think that is important is removed for to think about the fact that there are variations of the wild man being in various cultures basically, like a bipedal creature covered in hair that is. Seen all around the world, but has distinct origins in each case. Right, right. Yes. But I was looking I wanted to get a little competitor snapshot of the this ape like beast as far as like Himalayan traditions, go. So I ran across a very very insightful piece titled boot unease tales of the yeti by Kuehne Zang Codan tales of the creature exists through the Himalayan region, and the author points to the different names that are given to this entity so into Tibet, there's gangs me or glacier, man. There's me Sean POE or strongman and meet chin PO or great man, the sherpas call it yeti, the lepres call it chew moon or snow goblin. I like that one or low moon or mountain goblin in Paul there's Nile new or ban Monchy. He didn't provide a tra- transformation translation for those. But I'm assuming some treatment. On these various ideas, you know. And then the boot unease say Migo or strongman or also Greg PO so we get this idea of like figure of of savage cold strength with possible, you know, goblin a qualities as well. So chosen writes that the idea here dates back to the pre Buddhist bond writings, the the pre Buddhist animist religion. We mentioned this briefly in the last episode the indigenous religion of Tibet it came up because. Mt Kailash amount Khayelitsha in in the Himalayas is a peak that is holy not just to Hindus who believe some of whom believed that Lord Chiba, and poverty dwell on top of mount Kailash, but it's also holy to some Buddhists Jane's and members of the Bon religion, the Tibetan indigenous religion, and apparently some Bon rituals, call for the blood of amigo a. Slane with a sharp weapon. Whoa. Yeah. So so this was a pre existing idea. But then you get some westerners involved writing. And then you get this idea exported, and and and reignited in the western mind, so British traveller William Hugh night of the royals. The Royal society's club recorded a yeti siding in nineteen thousand three on his way back to India from Tabet. And then there was another sighting in eighteen twenty five by a westerner by Greek zoologist in a Tomba's -i who described it like this unquestionably. The figure in outline was exactly like a human being walking upright and stopping occasionally to uproot or pull at some dwarf. Rhododendron bushes. It showed up dark against the snow in as far as I could make out wore no clothes, and then later you had print sightings, and and so forth in the nineteen. Fifties that helped popularize the idea of the yeti in the west various films, certainly. Tell television series like in search of helped to contribute to this idea. And today the the interest interest in the continues. But there remains no proof that the creature exists. In fact, examination of preserved evidence of yetis tends to lean toward the intentional or accidental misinterpretation of another animal or its handiwork. So DNA worked from the past few years, for instance, points to you know, directly to a at Asian bears as the source of the samples so in all of this in any any time. We're talking about a yeti citing even in the Himalayan region. We can't discount hoaxes and various other reasons, but we when we consider the potential affects hypoxia and. And these other like a high altitude situations now, which all I think in some degree related to hypoxia. A you know, we we might be talking more of a full blown hallucination and then at lower altitudes the effect could just be enough to make the individual. You know, see what they want to see when they glimpse in normal animal or another human being. So I found this idea of first of all there is I did see this idea echoed in searching for the mysterious monsters, a two thousand fourteen book by Jennifer Rifkin. Now, this is a kids book I wanna hear about you'd normally we don't cite a lot of kids book..

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"mount kailash" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"mount kailash" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"That's holy. In multiple religions, not just one. And this would be the peak was it's a peak in the Himalayas known as mount Kailash mount Kyla. And so this is a whole. Mountain in multiple religions in Hinduism. This mountain is believed to be the abode of Lord Shiva, the destroyer of evil and of his wife Parvathi who together sit in meditation at the summit of the mountain. And so the sight of mount Kailash is a destination of pilgrimage for many Hindus who climb fifteen thousand feet or about four point six kilometers up this ascent path to the base of the mountain, but do not climb it summit. In fact, climbing the sacred summit is forbidden, and the well, we can't know for sure it's often said that the summit has never been climbed by human. Instead, it's believed virtuous for pilgrims to walk in a circle around the base of the mountain, but not go up to the summit. And this, of course, is not just a holy site for Hindus as it was saying, but it's also holy for Buddhists for Jane's. And for people of the indigenous religion of Tibet known his bone. Yes. Very int animist religion. Yeah. Now if you look at what? A picture of mount Kailash looks like from below. I mean, I would say, obviously, I already know this about it when I've seen pictures of it. But it's not hard to see how a person looking up at this. Peak would begin to think that something powerful and holy in forbidden resided there. It does not look welcoming to ascend like it doesn't look easy to climb. And I think there's something powerful about that too to see a place and think I am especially today's day and age to think a wonder if people have ever been on that spot has a person ever stood there in the answer is even possibly no there is something kind of sacred about that. Like, we've we've pretty much screwed everything else up. But that one peak is is pristine you will not find a slim Jim rapper there. Yeah. And that does seem important, right? I mean, part of the issue is anytime there's a mountain that people say has not been climbed. Obviously people are going to want wanna climate. So I've been reading there's political controversy over this. It's like, I think there was one point. I read a a team of Spanish mountain climbers who announced that they were going to climb the mountain. But it's a it's a holy site. You're not supposed to climate even though I think the team they were there were not Hindus the so they didn't share this belief about the religious forbidden of the mountaintop. But the government authorities prevented them from climbing the mountain, I think just because they wanted to avoid this leading to unrest or just to I guess being seen as an insult to to people who believe that the mountain should not be climbed. I mean, I do tend to wonder if people just started climbing a mountain like this all the time. Would it kind of break the spell of this story? Would it make people would it make the mountain seem less? Holy. I don't know. That's something to consider. And after we come back from this next break, we're gonna take that consideration into specific examples not only with actual mountains, and some of the sacred ideas about them. But then we'll also be looking at some some Mitha logical and even fictional mountains, which I guess are kind of inherently safe from from now climbers laundering, where they're not supposed to be earlier this year in an interview. With Breitbart news, President Donald Trump said that in the event of a civil conflict in the United States. He believed the military and the police as well as civilian groups like the bikers for Trump would be on his side. Do you think more about the possibility of a second American civil war now than you used to if so you're not alone? I'm Robert Evans. I'm the host of the podcast behind the bastards. And I've worked as a conflict journalists in a couple of actual civil wars..

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"mount kailash" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"mount kailash" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"It was because these guys are on foot. I mean, there's not a whole lot. They could do. And so then when I heard about bulletproof I was like they kind of had this. But it was a little different. And you only need it when you were shivering so bad that you needed five thousand calorie at seven thousand calories a day. It's kind of funny. The idea for bulletproof coffee came to me because I had exhausted the western medicine stuff. And I knew I wasn't happy. And I believe that everybody wants to be happy. I was just willing to literally go the ends of the earth for this. So when I try to list off that was supposed to work and didn't I said, I'm going to go learn meditation from the masters, so I took offered Tibet, and it's been about three months in Nepal into bed and went to monasteries meditated things like that. And then went to mount Kailash, which is remote western Tibet middle of nowhere five days. Four wheel drive to get there and five days in a four wheel drive. You get their hours a day. Yeah. Oh my gosh. That does not there's no way to get there on a plane or anything. No. This is one of the most remote parts of the world now and. It's where visiting Mount Olympus of Buddhism and Hinduism. So this is where the gods live on. This mountain knows ever climbed the mountain, and you go and you walk twenty six miles circuit at eighteen thousand feet elevation around. It sorta like tonner the mountain said I'm going to go do this just because it's one of the things that Jones ever died like it lists. No one from the west. It turns out a lot of people go there in the middle of summer from India and Tibet it's one of those going back sort of things. So I'm going to try this. But I got there two months late, and it was ten degrees below zero. And there's thirty mile an hour winds, and there's only eight people in these little guest house, the call the mud huts on the and I'm feeling racks because the allegation is cold all the way recovered now and this little bit and woman, I saw a picture of her. She gives me yak butter tea, and I drink and it was like game on feel so much better. And it just stuck in my head. I made a habit of noting when I felt amazing. I felt crappy. So I could just find the variables that caused it. And I drink a lot more of that. And when I came home, I decided. All right. I'm gonna start experimenting. I ended up doing the mold free coffee grass fed butter because I tested regular butter. It doesn't work, and I added the brain octane from the knowledge I had from the anti-ageing group, but something else happened in Tibet. I haven't talked about very much I descended seventy five hundred vertical feet in one day. And I completely jacked up, my knees. So I already out arthritis a little like walking down the downstairs for you know, a mile and a half vertical or something. You know? It was I five days could not walk him, a two polls. I could barely massive swelling agent pain. So we're driving to bet, and I really wanted to go in this walk, but I wasn't gonna be able to do it. So we stopped this little mud building on the side of the road and asked to Chinese guy the bus, and you could read the menu. Hey, what does it say? And he read everything I'm looking for collagen. I know I need collagen in my joints. That's what they're made out of just to repair them. There's only one menu item that will fit the Bill. It was pigs ears. Oh, delicious. By the way. I got a bowl of cold boiled pig. Xeres? It was horrible. Really? They're kind of good if they're done, right. I know what you're talking to like the one guy had bulls of pigs ears and just haven't had Xeres, buddy. You know? I imagine that could be good roadside without refrigeration nowhere. It was brutal. They've been dictum in hot soups, and they really chewy. But the next day, my knees were fifty percents header I just needed the materials, and I'm not putting pigs ears at my coffee..

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"mount kailash" Discussed on Stronger

Stronger

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"mount kailash" Discussed on Stronger

"Coffee doesn't become exclusions if you put butter fats or brain octane in it, and then you blend it you must blend it for this to happen. You make small droplets fat. It actually changes the structure of the water in the coffee. So that when you drink it yourselves can use it directly, and what could be into this was that I discovered bulletproof coffee, at least the concept of it in remote, western Tibet at eighteen thousand feet elevation on the side of mount Kailash, which is the holy mountain in eastern religions, and they gave me a bowl of Yacob butter tea at a tiny remote guesthouse. This place was a half a mile. The nearest water and this little Tibetan woman every morning for her entire life. She had taken Yock butter and tea, and they'd pour it into a wooden churn, and they would churn it for ten minutes by hands before they would drink tea in money. They would never just eat a bite of butter in wash it down with T, which is what any intelligent person you'd think would do. And I thought it was a little bit crazy. In fact, the wealthy Tibetans with two yaks and not exaggerating either they would have a solar powered cell and a blender so that they could blend it and say themselves training, but they would never dream of doing training. Well, turns out that when you blend these fats into that your coffee, it does change the water. They noticed the difference. They've been doing it for thousands of years. And that is why if you pour cream in your coffee, you're unlikely to get the same effect as if you blend some specific fat molecules into your body. The other things that you could add to your coffee if you wanted to almost any kind of oil that you'd like to get more of into your diet. The problem is try putting krill oil or fish oil into your coffee. You're probably not going to like it. A some people use some nut oils, some people like to use on almond milk, and then add the brain Aachen oil, and it should mention brain octane oil is one of four kinds of MCAT oil. It's the one with the most lab studies about raising Keaton's the most common cheapest and most available MCAT oil does not raise key towns anymore than corn oil, and it's allowed to be labeled an MCAT oil, and this is called Laurich acid. So if someone selling MCAT oil that says Laurich acid in it that's not gonna raise your key tones. Have you ever tried putting the fish oil in coffee? It sounds disgusting. I have tried putting everything you can think of in coffee, literally thousands of experiments. Yes, I did fish at one time. And it was truly awful the other thing that was surprisingly awful was I put a quarter avocado and wants to see if I could get a little bit creaming us, and I gave it to my kids, and I took on drink and daddy. What did you do to this coffee? This is the worst ever had. No one likes hot all the Konta. No. I love Advocaat does. But I haven't met in a serious lapse of judgement. I tried putting like my fish oil in a smoothie day. Like, maybe the other flavors will mask it. Nope out. So. It was the grocery saying I've ever made a fishy. Milkshake Oklahoma's horrible. Because I formulate supplements, and I'm working in this live to one hundred eight year longer thing a lot of fish oil. You can get is rancid if it's expose very unstable. So exposed to heat and light it has way more of a fishy flavor. If it gives you like those fish burps, you have issues in the most precious type official comes from fish eggs. And this is what native Americans would do. They're actually save fish eggs, dry them. So they could give them to pregnant women because they needed the extra DHA and right now just last month. I just launch us up lament that's based on fish egg oil that sustainable assembly harvested, and so there's special phospholipids that go into the brain. And I can tell you that I would not put that bullet proof fish oil in my coffee to save my life. I'm gonna use the coffee to swallow the pills like. Like a normal person. 'cause I just can't imagine a fish flavored froth on anything. Totally. So I have a question about the guidelines that given to pregnant women about coffee consumption..

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"mount kailash" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"mount kailash" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Uncertainty and and leaders have to be able to make decisions with incomplete information all the time aurea and and so they need a skill set that that could they can draw on in that kind of an environment and and so curiosity willingness to learn willingness to be to stay in touch with the inner resources causes the arteries was are still coming they're still manifests right now i think that is that is of course skill and the beautiful thing is as we see more and more ceos of business owners entrepreneurs showing up with its skill yeah and i call it the sir did the new archetype really of an awaken under for noor ride an account you among them i think people who show a significant accomplishment and mastery in business but are operating from a spiritual awareness i i don't think it's possible to have that level of business success and be happy this anti fructose you've done that has had six million dollars when i was a miserable twenty six they're old loss eros 28 arrived but it it's it's about feeling good every day uh and then the success comes with outside i'm with you on that front you're doing something really interesting at this year that i would love to join on but i probably won't just because it takes a month you're spending a month leading a group of people on a circle around the globe going to a bunch of places including mount kailash which is where remote part of western tibet where i first had yak butter t that was the inspiration for bull proof coffee as well as one of the holiest mountains in in history tell me a little bit about why you're going to these seven different uh spiritual locations around the planet and and what you're doing their it's fascinating i will i also want to tell you if you want me to take something for you as a gratitude gift to the kailash oh lands okay 'cause i i just saw that that might be a really a nice thing uh offering yes absolutely out i thank you for that what a great idea yes uh so this particular a trip.

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