35 Burst results for "Phillip"

"phillip" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

05:12 min | 2 d ago

"phillip" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"Because they're often biased, they're often pointing in a preconceived notion direction. They're often cloaked in fear or paranoia or metanoia or some just some kind of esoteric veil that is keeping the listener divided from the person giving the information. And that's why I like you and that's why I do what I try to do, which is just do it for the sake of the experience and for the sake of wonder and for the sake of reinvigorating your life with wonder because it's everywhere, but we live in a way that almost forces us to ignore it that almost forces us to like just get so lost in the mundane baseness and wrote obligatory bullshit that we somehow miss it. And I just hope that, you know, getting into the weeds and having these conversations encourages people to look past that or turn around and be and try to do something wonderful facing with their time. Because even if it ultimately is just a way of diluting yourself, there's actual research that shows that people are mentally healthier and more resilient if they experience wander on a regular basis. So even if it's just a Trojan horse, then it's better than nothing. Yeah, it's interesting opportunity that you brought up to then put ourselves in the hot seat with what we're talking about. And as far as why we have the podcasts to begin with is that so it's sharing ideas and thoughts and whatever hoping that it will be useful and at the very least entertaining to people who listen, but if we look at this with the same lens that we're looking at, those other nuances that I was bringing up, you can see an interesting bit of clarity here. So number one, the important way to do it in a healthy way is self honesty. So I certainly don't think I'm better than anyone that listens to this podcast or your podcast, but I do think that I know things that people that listen don't. I know it for a fact, because I have my perspective, right? And what I'm doing is just honestly I'm sharing my perspective and other people don't have that because it's mine and they have their perspective and that's beautiful. So being honest with that first, you mentioned a very interesting word when you're talking about someone having some transformative experience. And that was that they were shown something, right? So that even if that is a ego shattering experience, the shown aspect invites the nuance of. Almost a class of consciousness and insight and understanding, right? And so approaching new situations with even the ego diminished shown, the ego then circumvents that into making the humbleness of that.

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"phillip" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

05:48 min | 2 d ago

"phillip" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"A good area to land in after a set experience, then how can you make sure or try and fight against the inevitable self righteousness? Well, I don't. I don't think it's inevitable. I think it can just be an experience that inspires you and imbue you with wonder going forward. You know, in the same way that looking at the night sky or looking at the ocean or looking at a mountain range you don't come out of that experience saying oh, I know a profound truth that I'm going to share with you now. But you did experience something profound. You did experience something that measurably improved the way that you feel. And I think that that's enough. You know, a deep felt sense of that is enough, and it is inspiring. And I come away from those experiences thinking, I've experienced a brush with something too big for me to put a name on and words around in any way that will do it justice and I may talk about it, but that doesn't put me anywhere new, hierarchically. Like, perhaps I have unlocked some new perspective or level of understanding, perhaps it's just solely a subjective thing. But I think just having experienced the thing can be enough a lot of the time. So and we're snooping real deep here into the nuances of this stuff and the human mind and whatever. So after you have one of those experiences, the sweetness that is carried, that kind of effervescent sweetness of one of those experiences that moves forward through time with you after you have some type of transcendent moment of experience. Could even be looking at a mountain range, whatever. In the mass of the human mind, it is difficult and rare for one not to somehow. In a very nuanced way, feel that they know something and they have insight into something that others don't. And it doesn't even come out necessarily and again, we're getting really into nuance here. It doesn't come out necessarily in a proselytizing type of way or something like that. But even the error.

"phillip" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

02:33 min | 2 d ago

"phillip" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"Behaviors that are always going to be out of bounds. But who knows, man? I mean, you know, like, look at the Mongols or something. You know, they had a whole culture built around killing. And perpetuating their civilization through whatever means necessary. And I'm sure they probably were stoked to do it. You know, I don't know how you could buy hand behead all of Baghdad and its heyday. And not just love your job. I think you'd be you'd be bored after the first thousand heads or so. Well, you'd think so, but think about how many garments have produced overseas against people as well. And they're not loving making that the poor people working in sweatshops, not loving making that 10,000th T-shirt against their will. But they're still churning it out because they're scared of the repercussions. That's true. That is true. So yeah, so you know, yeah, man, this is a lighthearted podcast. Oh, yeah, I just, you know, it's good to wish around and play around a little bit. And they all consciousness Whirlpool. And so like, all right, after going out throughout these various ideas here and with less time remaining and more, how do you think someone thinking about these questions of life after death, no life after death of morality of religious either beliefs or superstitions or the cultural undercurrent conditioning, which I think is a really interesting subject that people don't talk about, you know? For just as a quick aside to pin what that is, like, the majority of people I see or read online talking about something like Buddhism. They're basically talking about Christianity, like in their questions and their confusions and like how they're trying to understand it. It's like, it's just because the western mind is so deeply conditioned by a Christianity style of thinking that it's really hard to learn another language with the clarity that would come naturally right. So that so all these different themes, how would someone then take all of these things, consider them.

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"phillip" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

04:13 min | 2 d ago

"phillip" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"Of eternity in the way that maybe I should be. I guess. I don't know. You cleaned up the character suicide pretty nicely there. So this is an interesting thing is that, you know, this is all kind of taking us to why people act the way that they do based on what they know. And I think that it would be human nature for some human for the I don't want to say the worst parts of our human nature, but let's say the most self focused and careless in ultimately that goes to having a limited narrow perspective. Parts of our species would react to either of those things with a sense of chaos and extreme self interest and not carrying anything. And sometimes maybe even taking out some of the stress of finite being upon others and themselves. And harming themselves through whatever means. Would be definitely a reaction to that. But at the same time, that same temperament would say, oh, well, then let's put off the school project until next month until next month until next month in terms of next life next life next live. And then another segment of segment of humanity would have the inverse reaction, of course, which would be kind of what we're talking about. So it's interesting to kind of suss out this potential spectrum of intrinsic human morality. And it does seem just through what we're talking about that if the stakes are clarified in that way, that you will be going on to something else after death. That there is a natural pull, and this is just based off of us chatting here, but a natural pull towards a more focused morality. Now, what's interesting, do you think that's right? I would agree, yeah, because I think any time you're adding an unknown element to life,.

"phillip" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

04:20 min | 2 d ago

"phillip" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"Why does it why does consciousness then deconstruct at the time of death and perhaps that could lead to some type of insight? Yeah, right. And I mean, you know, people who really research this stuff, there's big mysteries on all ends of the spectrum here from the subjective to the objective. And this hard problem of consciousness is sort of resides in the middle of those two areas of inquiry. So on the subjective end, you might have someone like doctor Bruce Grayson, who's this MD who has been researching near death experiences for decades. You know, he's like, become one of the foremost researchers on this topic. He's just got thousands and thousands of cases of people. He's treated firsthand. People who have come into his office and relate their experiences, and then he is scientifically and empirically categorized all of the stuff. So you have that in the subjective realm, then you have neuroscientists who are trying to figure out their relationship between molecules and the qualia they elicit in the human mind. You know why, you know the famous doctor Donald Hoffman example of why does vanilla taste like vanilla? Is it why does this particular arrangement of molecules elicit this subjective sense? And, you know, you can be of the camp that, oh, that's a code that we're going to crack one day. It's all just going to make sense, diving deeper and deeper into the structure of the brain and of molecules or land on the other side like like he does and say, there's something that we're not seeing. There is some fundamental force of consciousness. We just have not discovered yet. And we're not going to figure it out by diving deeper into material. So I mean, it's just there's just so many it's like a snake eating its own tail because you always are.

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"phillip" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

04:14 min | 2 d ago

"phillip" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"People would go through they would go through stages, but then because here's another thing people are terrible at. And you see this reflected in the huge amount of debt that we have as individuals and as a country, people and the health crisis, the physical health crisis. People are not good at controlling their behavior over time. And they settle back into routine and ease, so I think eventually once the novelty wears off, probably the majority of people wouldn't really change anything. That's a great point. They would just go they would process that and then they would get used to the idea somehow. Or rationalize it somehow, because that's what the human mind does. Nothing remains novel for very long, especially not anymore. So I think a lot of people, your average person, they're really not going to change their life. They're just going to do whatever mental gymnastics they need to do to reconcile the idea or get used to the idea and then just go back to doing what they would have done anyway. I think that's a really, really good point. I mean, think about does some of human nature and a lot of ways. Think about going from everyone in the world wiping their groceries down with sanitizing wipes and fear of COVID, which when it wasn't even being spread that way in the first place, to now there's football games with 50,000 people maskless shoulder shoulder in the crowds. Yeah, I remember my mom actually sending me a picture of like washing her produce in soapy water. Oh, wow. Like, mom, don't do that. I don't know what the science says, but I know that you shouldn't be putting soap on your fruit. Just don't do that. Yeah, I mean, that makes me think also about the politicization of..

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"phillip" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

04:06 min | 2 d ago

"phillip" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"I hate my Friends, what's going on, welcome to the podcast, not only the entire show, but also this specific episode of this podcast itself. I'm Cory Allen. How did you doing good? Always just going right in your life, you know? I got a great show for you today. My guest is my friend, your friend..

"phillip" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

03:52 min | 3 d ago

"phillip" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"It So it's really cool to see how that happened but we've just gone. We've got such incredible incredible team. Creatives behind the scenes. You know you had boy wonder who was renowned music producer drake on the. I'm gay the communards under the more we had choreographer teasha scott one and comedian. They non stations Choreographic cardi b. Especially all the music able t- that was action on the show. It just helped us to really immerse ourselves fully into that. Yeah i mean yeah. The music is great and Yeah there's a lot going on with this series. That i really like we're gonna take a short break we're talking to phillip lewinsky of utopia falls. We'll be right back. There's more sci talk so stay tuned. Here's more sci fi. Talk with tony to lotta. Hey it's greg grunberg the mind reading cop on heroes yes. I know what you're thinking. I to listen to sci-fi talk and you and i are doing that right now. I can only control you to a certain extent. Continue listening you're gonna love it sci-fi talk with me greg robert from heroes back with lewinsky of the sheri's utopia falls on hulu and i'm subscriber and that's how i saw it. I binged ibanes. But yeah there's i just love the that there's a lot of series that are out there that don't have anything to say it's just pure entertainment value and this one does have something to say. You know. i love stories about the individual. And i love stories where people are kind of you know almost. Yeah they're repressed a little bit you have to fit into this square regardless. If you're around pag you know it's i. I like that. And what their reaction is and there's There's a little pushback that i've seen already because of because of snoops eight or the archive and i liked that and talk about that aspect that there is a message involved with the show and it's not just a bunch of people performing extremely well. But there's more to it than i think. One of the most important messages especially to young audience members That i've that i've noticed about the shows is that you should always be questioning authority figures and i think that they're they're pot. Never question people in authority never questioned people who are older and lives and then you And i think you can find yourself with a lot of trouble if you have that mentality and so everyone even in mind for reason and you should listen to feeling in your stomach. You should listen to that intuition. Have and you should trust that you should go. No matter as person of power is telling you You should always trust yourself no matter what. I totally agree. I mean that's it. There's no harm in questioning something and you know in a free society. You're supposed to question and bring up an and not just blindly obey things so i really liked that aspect of the series. And you know it's it's an interesting combination of glee a little bit of the hunger games. Maybe through rolled up in there a little bit. So there's a lot of different elements working. I find that appealing to that. It's not just one thing it's a whole bunch of things kinda mash.

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Judge Holds DC Corrections Officials in Contempt Over Treatment of Jan. 6 Defendants

Mark Levin

01:28 min | 5 d ago

Judge Holds DC Corrections Officials in Contempt Over Treatment of Jan. 6 Defendants

"This is from Fox News dot com Federal judge finds D.C. jail warden in contempt Demands the Department of Justice civil rights division probe January 6 detainees I hope Philly bump is listening over there at the Washington compost Remember him mister producer He was very upset that I was talking to Julie Kelly and would come and often about the treatment of the individuals that had been rounded up with S.W.A.T. teams and so forth and brought to a Washington D.C. jail Now we're around 630 of them Some of whom hellman solitary confinement some of whom weren't getting the medical care that they needed Some of whom weren't able to speak to their families for a period of time some of whom were fed crap for meals Phillip bump never went to the jail to try and find out what was going on They were there at the Washington compost Same way with the New York slimes They're not much interested But I am A federal judge has found the warden of a D.C. gel in the director of the D.C. Department of Corrections in contempt of court yesterday And called for an investigation by the Department of Justice to determine whether the jail has violated the civil rights of January 6th defendants

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"Late Night Lamonte" lifts Giants over Padres 6-5

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

"Late Night Lamonte" lifts Giants over Padres 6-5

"Lamont Wade juniors RBI single in the top of the ninth inning gave the San Francisco Giants a six to five win over the San Diego Padres San Francisco fell behind four to one as many Machado hit two home runs in his first two at bats off giants starter Kevin Gausman Gausman going just four innings allowing four runs on nine hits in a no decision the giants rallied back with two runs in the fifth and two in the sixth chasing pottery started Joe Musgrove who allowed five runs on eight hits in five and two thirds innings with the win the giants maintain a one game lead over the Los Angeles Dodgers in the National League west Phillip con San Diego

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Scherzer Shuts Down Padres, Dodgers Win 4-0 for 3-Game Sweep

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Scherzer Shuts Down Padres, Dodgers Win 4-0 for 3-Game Sweep

"Max Scherzer threw seven two thirds shutout innings leading the Los Angeles Dodgers to afford nothing win over the San Diego Padres shares are dominated the hapless San Diego offense allowing just two hits while striking out ten improving to foreign as a Dodger twelve and four overall on the season Austin Barnes two run Homer was all the offense only needed behind Scherzer at the Dodgers won for the twelfth time in their last thirteen games you Darvish returned from the I. L. for San Diego allowing four runs on five hits taking a loss and falling to seven and eight the Dodgers remain two and a half games behind the giants in the National League west Phillip Gaunce San Diego

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Pollock, Urías Lead Dodgers Past Slumping Padres 5-2

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Pollock, Urías Lead Dodgers Past Slumping Padres 5-2

"Who the yes return from the I. L. to throw five shutout innings leading the Los Angeles Dodgers to a five to two victory over the San Diego Padres yes allowed just one hit striking out four to improved to fourteen and three on the season will Smith it is nineteen home runs and AJ Pollock not only drove in two runs but also rob Manny Machado of a potential two run Homer jirgas some profiles two run home run in the eighth inning provided the only offense for the Padres the Dodgers have now won ten of their last eleven games and remained two and a half games behind the first place San Francisco Giants in the NL west Phillip con San Diego

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"phillip" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

05:46 min | 2 months ago

"phillip" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"Firmness but not finite some of clarity but not productivism ism and i think if you stay lane you can continue to. You can duck. As many of the punches from the pitfalls of any system of thinking is one can by doing that yeah being being a sorta like philosophical ronin. You know like not not having an allegiance to some lord. I think is it's it it's a. It's a way of thinking that i can't imagine stopping because it's just a feeling like i need to. Okay i gotta go out there. And if i'm expose myself to new things about figure how to fit it back into the old thing and it's just it's too much work. It's it's just not. I don't know i don't see i don't see the appeal but at the same time i understand that you have to have certain anchors. You know you can't just be dipping. Can't the only deepened any any viable thinker will then turn criticize and pressure test their own way of thinking even if that is kind of philosophical agnostic them and to me. I think one of the real dangers of well i think the middle way thinking is is on whitened and useful one but the the the trap in net is easing yourself into acivity type of philosophical pacifism where you can get to almost this townhouse. Nile is like you're like living upstairs of like no. There's no meaning really the bottom floor but appear were playing was meeting but there's nothing actually really happening. I'm not actually engaged and I think that that's important to watch. Because you can just kind of nope yourself into oblivion instead of Really engaging you know and and trying to make sure that you're not using it as a trap door because yes so many soon people do that with those ways of flexible thinking is everything then becomes a trapdoor three. Don't have to actually be responsible or held accountable for your actions or thinking or we're kind of what you've said or thought in the past in ultimately switchback character. But it's about your short changing yourself by keeping yourself really in the green room of fought in self for your whole life. Yeah don't nope yourself into oblivion maybe yourself into being. That's my you know that's the difference between a defeatist diagnostic system and an optimistic excited agnostic. Schism as we've talked about so many times says like for whatever reason we associate agnostic Eggs not agnostic businessman. Even though it's not an ism. I it's not an ism at all but an agnostic disposition with like you said sort of giving up or something but it can definitely be with like okay. Yes show show me. Show me this thing that you like. And i want to also extract all of the nutrition from that thing yet not like you know like so my soul onto it you know. It's just that's the only difference is. It's not looking as much for a destination as it is just seeking the next idea with with excitement. You know yeah absolutely. And i like that. You're even agnostic about how to save the word agnostic early right. Yeah don't say it is fun. It's almost ironic to call it. To put is among the end of the agnostic. Small tool than it is isn't it. I would i would say so. I would say so why. Let's get agnostic about continuing this podcast. Yeah man i'll always every fifty times or whatever that we've done this we should see how many we've done in total at some point. I think it's got to be over. Fifty at this point probably. Yeah which means that. There's probably sixty or seventy hours of conversation at their. Which is fun is fun. it's like a we should. We should take all these episodes off the internet and sell them for preposterous amount of money. And see if anybody buys it. Do you think that If there was a michael inquiry bingo thing that one of those boxes would be talk. About how many times they've podcast together for sure at the end of the podcast for sure. I'm i would also probably cringe at like if somebody you know ran in.

"phillip" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

04:10 min | 2 months ago

"phillip" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"Was like maybe five to six seven years there where i do feel like there was an odd surge like there really was this sub cultural renaissance that happened due to internet If various other factors seems objectively true and in that surge. There was a lot of just like every other time it's happened. There's a lot of flexibility and worldview and the boundaries through which people trying to speak as generously as possible. It's kind of funny because it's like we've been. Hey man. i'm checking my watch here. We've been waking up for about ten years kind of tired awaken up fucking tired of waking up you know like normally the you wake up in the morning and then your wake and then you're doing stuff but joking aside that kind of is worthy narrative going now right like it's a swing it's it's this pendulum of criticizing. What used to be the predominant way of thinking with some new take. That's like a hot take on the thing that was cultural dominant thing and i mean. I think i've talked about this before on on my show. But like you have thought dominated by the church for hundreds and hundreds of years in then you have the scientific enlightenment which is very critical of the church dogma and superstition and then you have the new age which is like. Hey we can't rob humanity of its spiritual dimension like we don't need to be religiously dogmatic but look at all of these beautiful dimensions of human consciousness in different ways..

"phillip" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

04:47 min | 2 months ago

"phillip" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"I don't think about that in terms of audience. Because i think to me that gets a little so it gets so abstract and unknown date becomes unquantifiable to a degree where it might not be so useful for me to think about that but what i do. Focus on in. Every podcast is the comfort of level of who. I'm talking to. So if i'm speaking with guest and there's a silence and i can feel that the pacing of that is making them uncomfortable. Then i'll change that. Because i want everyone i'm talking to. That's step one. When i started pod an episode speaking with someone who most times like yourself like. I've never talked to this person before we don't know each other. In within ten seconds were recording a thirty seconds so the first step is make sure that they feel comfortable. Because it's the only way that someone's going to know this but it's the only way that someone's going to open up and relax and be able to actually speak from where they're thinking instead of from kind of the the material that they might have on the topic that they're talking about because feel like you can get some really interesting if you just follow as as a speaker if you follow your curiosity naturally and your make the person you're speaking with comfortable then it gets them thinking and you start thinking about things in real time together into me. That's where really interesting things happen and again back to earlier. That's where i get the feeling that i was talking about. That's what feels right. Like the the harmony in the energy in the tug of of meaning or whatever it is you know that's where that that feeling comes from. So that's i try and guide the yeah the conversations to that. I sure yeah. And now that we're getting a little bit deeper into the sinew. I agree that you. You don't wanna have fairy much of that prefrontal cortex type of steering going on because it prevents you from hitting flow..

"phillip" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

04:06 min | 2 months ago

"phillip" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"I don't care if i'm making two hundred thousand dollars a year and have you know whatever. The house needs cars. I really would like to live more simple life. But they're so bound typically with their identity as the person who is doing this their whole life system their family their friends. They're all doing similar leveled things financially and just kind of whatever because that's who the resonating with into step back from that is disavowing of one's own self in their minds so that you can't get back then you'd be failing and you'd be right undoing the identity so everyone gets caught in this web of of this social game in the darker thing is is that it's really of course and i don't mean to sound conspiratorial. I don't mean it is just a fact of economics. Is that like if you look at the transaction. It's really happening. I referred to humans being batteries earlier for the banks. you know. there's a company that have individuals working for giving the money. That company is money back. This is getting their money from an investment from the bank or bank. it's holding their funds at sei making money off just holding their funds then this individual. Who gets the money that they're paid for. This job then goes to spend that money somewhere to represent the work that they've done which send circles up to company and goes feeds back into the bank. And so you become this one long. Cyclical process of earning cash for the quarter of the one percent. Yeah you're just. You're just a fatty acid for the damn ear that some fucking corporate demonic entity better way to say it. Yeah yeah but you know the you said you know you use that phrase a couple of times. You can't go back and it made me think of like some kind of hybrid of i think you had that. Luke burgess guy on your show. Yeah and i did as well. And it's like some kind of maecenas. James clear atomic habits hybrid where it's like And what i mean by that. Is you know the. The sort of thesis of james clears bestselling book atomic habits. Is that you know you're not any one of your habits but you are a collection of have. It's like you're you're everything you do every day you know like you said there's nothing wrong with this. There's nothing wrong with that but suddenly you look at the totality of it and all of the atoms making up. Your being are like mimetic unconscious behaviors that you're doing because you're expected to do them and you didn't. Perhaps you have questioned them. But you didn't take any steps to start changing the gestalt atom by atom. You didn't start disrupting the mimetic tendency atom by atom. And though you can't go back you can remodel. You can remodel the collection of habits slowly and mindfully and this is one of my favorite fuck in you know things to just encourage people to do is to sneakily. You know if you're feeling like you're one of these people that you're just a collection of shit that you don't wanna be anymore sneakily start doing something different with one percent of your time and just watch the opportunities to grow that thing. Start to emerge. You know it's like you. You start doing something you've been wanting to do your whole life and it's like you can like a like a benevolent cancer it can. It can start to like replicate itself and slowly change the system you know and i think that that's an important point because you know saying you can't go back..

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"phillip" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

05:47 min | 2 months ago

"phillip" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"In the right way and i think to to stick with terms that that both match with what you are talking about an an will make a lot of sense. Is that think about it this way. Clearly there's a difference between being popular because you show pictures of your ass in being popular because you're actually transmitting some kind of deep authenticity. That is completely unique. And that you are the only person on the planet that can send that signal out. And you've done a tremendous amount of self work and and repetition and smoothing and you know just working on your craft to get to that point and in that sense it's like they're really might be nothing worse than becoming popular for the wrong thing for something vapid because you've painted yourself into a corner now you know like you you've paint yourself into this place where now you you must post a new ass pick. You must post it you know like an in vat i. I can't imagine how you wouldn't wear yourself out doing that again. Imagine how you wouldn't eventually just get tired. And you see a lot of these influencers have mental breakdowns. And i think that's exactly why because they search realized like these numbers mean absolutely nothing like you know aside from yeah. They're probably making a great living and that's great for them. And i and i and i really do in many ways be great too. That's all you have to do to make six figures or more whatever but it's not going to create mental wealth that's for sure and what does create mental wealth. I think varies greatly by the individual. Because they have to wait to an extent understand what is valuable and what is not valuable to them. Yeah remember you know like we're talking about earlier with our disembodied listeners. No matter what your situation there's always problems there's always good things. There's always challenges in like those problems..

"phillip" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

02:27 min | 2 months ago

"phillip" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"More specifically welcome to the three hundred episode of this podcast. Kinda feels like a lot kind of doesn't feel like a lot. I suppose that is a good way to sum up. This whole podcast really is Finding nemo the balance between extremes and finding the interesting interplay and perhaps the insight of continued awareness and evolution that can exist if you point your direction to the present moment. I want to thank you all so much for hanging out by there has been for one episode or two or ten or all three hundred. Maybe you've listened to the multiple times so you're on like episodes six hundred or something like that. I can't tell you how much i appreciate you all being here. You all listening And just creating this incredible community audience in group of people that all are just some of the most hind wise and graceful people that i've ever encountered so thank you all so much for that again. It's a real honor to be able to do this. Show and do it for you all and i'm just have you all enjoying it and having ad just contribute something even if it's just a little entertainment or not to get too ahead of myself but perhaps some entertainment In your lives it really just Is quite a beautiful gift and do not take it lightly. It means so much to me and so do you. So thank you for hanging out. Thank you for sharing the show with your friends and helping it grow and just get the good vibes. Alto in the world and i thought what would what could be a better way to celebrate the three hundred episode then by having our good friend. Michael philip on the podcast. You know michael. And i we sort our podcast around the same time and i think we're talking And i think that there were well. That's obvious of course we're talking. We just did a podcast go. But i think that there were. We've done about fifty episodes something like that together over the years..

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"phillip" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

04:13 min | 4 months ago

"phillip" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

"Listen to like the ten part like that vicky has done because i get imagine i but it's amazing. I want to listen to it now. A moist reluctant to listen to a podcast. I'm going to do a podcast. 'cause like you don't wanna listen after. Yeah you don't wanna look subconsciously. Have something in your mind. And then you're like fuck one say that you think like their theories now your theory that to subconsciously happen but now i'm excited to listen to that that's always loved to do is listen to it after we do the case mike and nine times out in time like all man or something. Well if i hear anything good i can share it online episode and just be like. Oh my god according to victory this but definitely also by her book phillip island murder. It's by her. And a man named paul daley and he was involved in writing the newspaper. All he worked for the The particular newspaper that put out the paper data so why reasons why does entire case. I've been having nightmares about it. A the a is so like that is such a piece of i mean. That's that's to me. That's a smoking gun almost because it's just so it's on the nose yes so pointing to what is going. This was just pure rage with the way that she was killed. Yeah rage rage like absolute rage. There's no other is it. But it's like could it have been vivian. I think did it for sure. Yeah i mean in my opinion. It sounds like i mean her. Dna is like there. And how you her. Blood is on the towels like something happened at that place. But like what did vivian. And the stalker like met up because the other things like you know. Maybe maybe she knew him. It's a small island yan. Apparently everybody knew everybody. Shit brings everybody knew like the affair and everything and then everybody's so reluctant to talk about it now. I think it's because they are so tight. Knit that they tight. Everybody's stuff and they do like no like it's like one of those like yeah. I'll end in packs that like we don't we don't we. Don't talk about it. Well and i think they protect their own sort of because they're like the cameron families a very prominent family with like business dealings everywhere island. So i think people are like i'm not fucking i'm not talking about. I'm not doing anything. Yeah and honestly. I can't in ferguson. I'm pretty sure it's still lives on the island. Yeah so crazy dude. That's crazy. i'm poor beth. I know she got. She got wrapped up in a bad situation. That's exactly what it was and it's sad because it seems like she was kind of getting to the point where she was like she was saying. I can't do this anymore. Like you need to leave your wife or we need to end things that makes sense. Yeah wow well. Phillip island philip island but the penguins and the murder. Then you you have the best and the worst really. Do you have a penguin shoes penguin because penguins you little community of penguins a bunch of people requested this case i saw like i think there was like five separate emails and being like please do the awesome. So the tits get literally. I've been finding so many new things that i'm going to show you guys out and be like another suggestion because you guys are the best but yeah that's crazy and thank you for that so much and yeah we stay tuned for some cool stuff this week guy. We got cool stuff going on. We got some cool and we hope you keep listening and we hope you it here but you just like going to the middle of nowhere that you don't just like go to the penguin parade in stay there and like have so much fun on phillip island.

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DAPR With Cecil Phillip

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

02:00 min | 5 months ago

DAPR With Cecil Phillip

"So yeah it's not been too long since we've had you on. Would you give our new listeners. A little bit of an introduction to you And then kind of catch us up with what you're working on these days sheriff shirt so Like y'all mentioned on a developer advocate microsoft's of been in this role for about three and a half years. Now it doesn't like three and a half years book you know time flies when you're having fun. Yeah born arisen antiga man. I lived in the caribbean. Until i was about nineteen years old and came to florida for school and college and stuff like that. And just kind been here ever since I've had the opportunity to work with a lotta great folks across a few different industries. I i used to work on healthcare at one point again as a software developer. I wasn't a doctor anything. So don't send many questions i did stock trading for a little bit i used to write like stocks ratings off for a little while I also worked for a company that the nyc. Hr is service for a little bit and that was pretty fun but i'll always being dot net right all dot net and web. Api's and distributed systems and that type of and so. I think if if one thing that i can see like throughout my career has always been about like creating distributed systems an interconnecting different services and in long before we had the term micro services quote unquote in long before. We'll get the next term next year. Whatever whatever next term will be It's it's always just been about. How can we find Clean an interesting way to like inter operate between differences. So i think if i take a look at what i'm doing now What i think is very different from what used to do before so before i used to work on products you know. I spent ten years working on products with other people's products. I don't work on products anymore. I can't say this with you. I don't have any standups or deadlines or we'll have deadlines but not looking up code. I have to check in for a certain day or anything like that

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ACM Awards Returns to Nashville After Rough Year

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 6 months ago

ACM Awards Returns to Nashville After Rough Year

"The shadow of the corona virus pandemic hung over last night's academy of country music awards I marquees are a letter with the latest little big town performs at the ACM awards as a threesome Phillip sweet's tested positive for covert nineteen so the group had a cardboard cutout of him entertainer of the year winner Luke Bryan also is in isolation after testing positive he says he can't wait to see the fans again we mess touring we missed being on the road with everybody that makes me an entertainer my bus drivers my band my crew the ACM's were held before a limited audience of healthcare workers in Nashville

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The Royal Family Celebrates Prince Philips Life

The HeirPod

02:29 min | 6 months ago

The Royal Family Celebrates Prince Philips Life

"Welcome back to the airport on a day. That has been one for the royal history books. The duke of edinburgh has laid to rest after what was very intimate funeral. It's george's chapel windsor. Castle a with maggie with both at the end of what has been i would say a somewhat emotional day. Wouldn't you yeah. You know i was surprised. How much hit me. Sometimes because you know we've been covering this now for eight days right since. The death was first announced last friday all week. Long we've been hearing amazing tributes talking to people across the country following the story but for some reason today all came together and the most emotional moment was just seeing the family and it really struck me in the middle of it probably. I think when we saw the queen. Especially i mean it's hard not to get choked up a bit and just feel that heartbreak when you see the queen without fill up by her side knows what she's going through. So i totally agree. Definitely be more today than i was anticipating. The funeral of course was a day. That was prince. Phillip was heavily involved in the plans for a meticulous planner. And i think we kind of saw the fruits of fat today. Despite the fact that we had what was a very cova safe funeral following government guidelines. Any thirty mourners inside george's chapel. It felt like it had this. Show the pump the circumstance over royal events of family moments. There were more than seven hundred thirty members of the armed forces taking part in. It's somewhere across the grounds of the windsor estate. And i think that that lent to a very sort of grand sendoff for the of edinburgh despite inside the chapel it being so bad down and very minimalist in a way you know this was a that. Did not have a eulogy simply. We heard a lot from the archbishop of canterbury the windsor paid his own tribute to prince. Philip is. Kindness is humor and humanity throughout the ceremony. But as you say. I think that image of the queen seated alone in hama sc socially distance from other family members was was one that remains i think in the minds of many as we come to what has been a day of mourning for the entire country.

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UK Royal Funeral: Prince Philip Laid to Rest in Windsor

The HeirPod

01:47 min | 6 months ago

UK Royal Funeral: Prince Philip Laid to Rest in Windsor

"On a day. That has been one for the royal history books. The duke of edinburgh has laid to rest after what was very intimate funeral. It's george's chapel windsor. Castle a with maggie with both at the end of what has been i would say a somewhat emotional day. Wouldn't you yeah. You know i was surprised. How much hit me. Sometimes because you know we've been covering this now for eight days right since. The death was first announced last friday all week. Long we've been hearing amazing tributes talking to people across the country following the story but for some reason today all came together and the most emotional moment was just seeing the family and it really struck me in the middle of it probably. I think when we saw the queen. Especially i mean it's hard not to get choked up a bit and just feel that heartbreak when you see the queen without fill up by her side knows what she's going through. So i totally agree. Definitely be more today than i was anticipating. The funeral of course was a day. That was prince. Phillip was heavily involved in the plans for a meticulous planner. And i think we kind of saw the fruits of fat today. Despite the fact that we had what was a very cova safe funeral following government guidelines. Any thirty mourners inside george's chapel. It felt like it had this. Show the pump the circumstance over royal events of family moments. There were more than seven hundred thirty members of the armed forces taking part in. It's somewhere across the grounds of the windsor estate. And i think that that lent to a very sort of grand sendoff for the of edinburgh

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Las Vegas Family Awarded $29.5M in Allergic Reaction Case

WTMJ Conversations

00:40 sec | 6 months ago

Las Vegas Family Awarded $29.5M in Allergic Reaction Case

"Of their own Prince Phillip dying on Friday, a jury is awarding nearly $30 million to the family of a woman left brain damaged by a peanut allergy happened in Las Vegas eight years ago. Shan't tell Jack alone he was 27 when she went into an awful Actiq shock after biting into a pretzel infused with peanut butter while in Las Vegas for a convention in 2013 Jackal, Onis lawyer Christian Morris said she lost oxygen. To her brain for a period of minutes after seeking treatment from Medic West ambulance and argued that neither of the two medics on site that day at ivy epinephrine and adrenaline treatment for severe allergic reactions. Instead, the medics deployed in from muscular epinephrine and Jack Aloni was left with brain damage. The jury

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As Britain mourns Prince Philip, palace announced private funeral for April 17

Planet Money

00:50 sec | 6 months ago

As Britain mourns Prince Philip, palace announced private funeral for April 17

"Britain. Officials at Buckingham Palace say the funeral for Prince Philip will be held one week from today. Vicki Barker reports from London 41 Gun Death salute sounded out across the UK and at sea honoring the queen's husband of 73 years, hundreds of Mourners have continued to ignore please from the family to stay away, leaving flowers outside royal resin. Senses, including Windsor Castle, where Prince Phillip died. The palace has confirmed the funeral will take place at ST George's Chapel inside Windsor Castle. Next Saturday. It will be televised, but Covad restrictions mean there will be no public procession and attendance will be limited to 30, mostly close family grandson, Prince Harry among them

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Prince Philip, husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth, dies at 99

1A

01:36 min | 6 months ago

Prince Philip, husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth, dies at 99

"Years old, and he was married to Queen Elizabeth for 73 years. Robert what's been the reaction in the UK? Well, it's fair to say that, you know, it's obviously huge news both in Britain on across the Commonwealth, not shocking because, of course, Prince Philip did. You could have been brothers 99, perhaps not even tragic, because he'd had such an active a life. But certainly this is in Britain today. A somber national occasion. He died at the age of 99 just a few months short of his 100th birthday at Windsor Castle. Come on. Now, there is this debate about the funeral, which will be problematic because of course, as we've just been discussing with covert restrictions, Crowds cannot gather on. According to the Duke's wishes. It won't be a state funeral, but it will be a funeral at Windsor Castle with it with a military procession. I think overwhelmingly the reaction in Britain as it plays out. Will be a deep empathy with the queen. Many people in Britain observing that she went out end her monarchy like Queen Victoria is that widowed queen on people very touched by how she paid that tribute to her husband to Prince Phillip, describing him as her strength and her stay. So I think overwhelming in Britain, it's a moment of reflection of remarkable marriage, a remarkable life. Other Duke but also deep empathy of for the Queen herself. She injures the difficult days ahead, and I think there's one other point I would make, which is people just fascinated with this extraordinary

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Blake Bailey on Writing His Life of Philip Roth

The Book Review

02:12 min | 6 months ago

Blake Bailey on Writing His Life of Philip Roth

"Blake bailey joins us now from virginia. His new biography is phillip. Roth blake thanks for being here. Thanks for having me all right. So there's a long story to how you became. philip. Roth spago for you. Were not his first choice but you were his ultimate choice. You just give us some background on that process. I was having breakfast back in two thousand twelve with the late jim alice. Who is the biographer of saul bellow. And at one point we were talking shop. And he said you know that. Ross miller is no longer returning philip. Ross phone calls. We in the biographer. Business knew that. Ross that we didn't particularly know who ross was. We knew that for a long time. He had been phillips biographer. I was between projects. I just finished my third biography about charles jackson. Who wrote the last weekend. And i had communicated with philip previously about my cheever biography because they were pleasant acquaintances. I read a letter. So i had. I had his address. So i wrote him a letter and he invited me to new york and said why. Don't we talk so we did. And what was that conversation like. Well we had two conversations. The first time i came he was very pleasant very conversational. A friend of his julia goal your former girlfriend stop by. She's a psychiatrist. And he has absolute faith in her character judgments so i think he invited her over to check me out and we never got around to talking about the prospect of writing his biography per se and toward the end. I said i gotta go. And he said well. Why don't you come back saturday. And when i came back saturday it was a different phillip roth. He was far more grim. He was in a lot of pain. He just had another major back surgery. And so i- solicitously asked about his back and he said you didn't come here to talk about my back and motion for me to sit down. And he the sheaf of questions to ask and the first question was. Why should a tile from oklahoma right the biography of philip. Roth and i said well. I'm not you know bisexual alcoholic with an ancient jarrett and lineage. But i wrote a biography of john. Cheever

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World Reacts to the Death of Britain’s Prince Philip

Glenn Beck

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

World Reacts to the Death of Britain’s Prince Philip

"Johnson. After Prince Philip's death this morning, he helped to steer the royal family and the monarchy. So that remains an institution. Indisputably vital. Fox is Simon Owen is live at London's Buckingham Palace on Dave. A Few 100 people are gathered outside the palace here. Lewis came down when he heard the news to lay some flowers at the palace Gates. No one lives forever. He's 99 years old. He's being in hospital. For a month recently. I think we all knew this day would come. It's just a shock When the day comes, it's inevitability, but it's sad. The Polish says Phillip died peacefully this morning. It's home at Windsor Castle, just outside London. The queen announced the news with quote, deep sorrow, calling Philip her beloved husband, Dave.

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Former New York Jet Phillip Adams Kills 5 People

Dailycast News

00:33 sec | 6 months ago

Former New York Jet Phillip Adams Kills 5 People

"Police say shooter has killed five people at a south carolina home near the north carolina border including two children and a prominent physician. The shooting occurred at the home of dr robert. Leslie age seventy in rock hill about twenty five miles south west of charlotte north carolina. The rock hill herald citing anonymous sources reported later thursday that the shooter was former. Nfl player phillip adams. Investigators are still looking into a motive. It was not immediately known if the shooter knew all of the victims

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NFL player Phillip Adams killed 5, then himself

C-SPAN Programming

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

NFL player Phillip Adams killed 5, then himself

"Five o'clock for our viewers on the West Coast. There are new details this evening on that mass shooting in your count. South Carolina that left five people dead yesterday. Police say former NFL player Philip Adams was the gunman who killed a prominent doctor, his wife and their two grandchildren. Now Adam's lived near the crime scene. He was found dead overnight in his own home from an apparent self inflicted gunshot. Dr Robert Leslie, his wife, Barbara. They're nine and five year old grandchildren and a worker who was home at the time. All died from gunshot wounds. Adams was drafted by the San Francisco 40 Niners. Back in 2010. He played

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AP source: NFL player Phillip Adams killed 5, then himself

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

AP source: NFL player Phillip Adams killed 5, then himself

"A former NFL players suspected in a brutal crime a source says the gunman who killed five people in rock hill South Carolina was former NFL player Phillip Adams whose final victim was himself the dead included prominent doctor his wife and their two young grandchildren and a man working at the family home at the time a source tells the AP that the doctor had treated Adams at one time sheriff's spokesman Trent Faris we're shocked that this type of incident happened in our area and rock kills Adams played as a defensive back for several teams including the forty Niners and the Atlanta Falcons he was thirty three no word yet on a motive I'm ready to fall late

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NFL player Phillip Adams reportedly killed 5, then himself, in South Carolina

Curtis Sliwa

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

NFL player Phillip Adams reportedly killed 5, then himself, in South Carolina

"Suspect in a mass shooting still under investigation in South Carolina law enforcement in the York County, South Carolina, say they found out who shot and killed a prominent area physician and his family. They say it was former NFL player Philip Adams. Adams is now dead to having taken his own life. The physician murdered was 70 year old Dr Robert Leslie, and the victims included two young grandchildren. Five people were killed in a six person survived boxes have been brown this from a source briefed on the case, who also tells AP. Adams had been treated by that doctor and his parents live in the area. But there's no official word on a possible motive. Adam spent five seasons in the NFL beginning in 2010, playing for six teams. U.

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South Carolina shooting suspect named as former NFL player

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:11 sec | 6 months ago

South Carolina shooting suspect named as former NFL player

"Of former. Nfl player phillip adams is believed to have been the gunman who killed himself after killing five people including a doctor who treated atoms and the doctor's wife and two

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"phillip" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"phillip" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

"Operating hours. I don't know why assume that people Barbara's were in action cutting hairs. By the way. I! Pictured you in the middle of like. Comedy. But they also are trying not to laugh too hard because they're also getting. Quite a dilemma that you put them in. Yeah! That might be a great idea because if you're trying to you when you try not to laugh if you remember middle school or high school when you're trying not to laugh when the teacher's talking and you just can't stop, because things get so funny. What if you did a show? You didn't even have to tell the business owner, but show up in a barbershop and just tell jokes while people are getting their haircut and the job. To laugh and then I think you might get some good results. Right. For sure yeah. Well I was going to also ask Philip by the way. Do you prefer Philip? Do you prefer filled? You prefer jewel. Is that by the way? Is that a real? Last name. was that a real surname or is that like a? Oh a pseudonym. Yes stage name. That's my relaxing. Okay, so you're. You're a real jewel I. Like that so. Back to Phil. Phillip? Which one do you prefer? Sorry I got lost in your eyes. Fill or Okay well right. No. Jewel actually all three okay I liked.

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"phillip" Discussed on Your Attention Please - A Hulu Podcast

Your Attention Please - A Hulu Podcast

11:12 min | 1 year ago

"phillip" Discussed on Your Attention Please - A Hulu Podcast

"Where there's so much ahead but already so much that he's accomplished. He's so young. Where's I hate to say? But at age twenty he's already accomplished some directors wildest dreams so if he could have your attention please our guest today. Phillip Human So. My background is mostly in visual arts and I think a lot about how an artists are making the object. There's a surrender. That happens where you handed off. You know the script. You're still living with it. But do you feel that release or what is the? What are the motions that come well? It's interesting because I feel super. I feel confident my in my voice in in that kind of stuff but I mean you never feel completely comfortable feel. I feel like it's like I learned so I went to the Sundance labs with the script and the Sundance labs are amazing. Like I went in with an idea and they tore it apart in the best way possible. I thought I had an idea. That movie was movies. Called Magnolia Bloom. It's about the New Orleans Black Panthers and I went in there with an idea about what that movie was and it verified a lot of ideas. About what the movie was to me but also kind of just want expanded that but it was interesting. It was like the advisors were amazing vets but it also felt like all of that feedback all of the conversations around. The film were dictated by the screenwriter. Like it was more about me asking them what I wanted to get. Notes on as opposed to them. Coming out BLOB. With here are notes. You know which I thought was very constructive and was also a period where we were really really kind of motivated to embrace ourselves in our connections to the piece I feel like writers. Oftentimes we are aware of a lot of what we're writing. How how much of that? How much of ourselves we can see in writing. But oftentimes I feel like at least in my case in the past. I've tried like push that away. Make it less overt in this case. It's like why make it less over like it's so you are. You're the you're the artis I mean. You're the creator of it so I feel like that was also dope perspective. That a from the labs that really shaped draft as it is now so I feel confident about it but I also feel scared in nervous and all that kind of stuff because I made the first feature made a made in shooting with a budget of ten to fifteen thousand. This film is a period piece. I mean we're going to need millions. Yeah so it's just is leveling up. It's it's nothing to complain about. I mean I'm very very excited. Very fortunate it's just new ground new territory. That's wild to think about. I mean even in general as a person who's outsider looking at like I go to watch movies and thinking about the budget and scale and just the sheer number of people that come together to make something. Possibles kind of wild How when you especially at this stage in your career? You have demonstrated promise as a filmmaker as a writer as a camera operator. There's a level of trust that I'm sure people have with your future. Right now I wonder how you maintain a level of vulnerability in those spaces or is that even a goal if yours. I feel like I'm always vulnerable. I feel like I'm such a an open book because I'm sure in some ways especially when you're selling something you have to go in with certain level bravado talking about this the other day like I feel like as artists like there's a certain amount of of I don't know if it's ego or narcissism or whatever it is but you have to believe that what you want to say the work that you're making is important enough for someone to listen to. Your Voice is important. Enough that in itself takes a certain amount of self confidence but no I just feel like there's a healthy amount of that that's really necessary to put anything out there or at least to be able to put it out there and stomach it So yeah whenever I look at artists. And or even you're saying being at the Sundance Lab people tearing it apart like my soul is like yes. It's so hard to sit down and just take it until I realized another thing with like any with any film like the process of getting notes like when I first started getting them I was so emotional about every little thing. Rebuttal Rebuttal bottle. And it's like it doesn't it wasn't constructive until when I was doing Note sessions for Burning Kane. Ep Ben he was like really really motivated. Me Not say a single thing walking there. Just let people you go around the room. Everyone says they're notes. I can't rebuttal them because at the end of the day like it's an argument you know. They saw what they saw. They had had the feeling the reaction to that they had And it also makes it somewhat awkward. You know because it can get so uncomfortable when you're having an argument with somebody about notes piece you invited them to like. I want your opinion but I feel so. Let's deal with that. Yeah tell me about making the video for your attention please. Okay Film. I should say well. So it's called Imagine Moon Colony And it is about a kid named Henry Wade It's nineteen seventy. He asked his family to imagine the twenty twenty three Black Lens. So he creates. You know abstract visuals based on his interpretation of their ideas you know and it was interesting because I knew initially I wanted to shoot that piece. Only super eight but I realized the potential switch formats PA- super super sixteen was such an interesting sort of you know idea proposition. You know 'cause I've also been experimenting a lot recently with varying formats when it comes to shooting you know especially the documentary form as well but I wanted to show a family living influence. I wanted to show You know a mother and father who had a lot of sexual energy and we're still grabbing each other making out still like just in a this. I don't know in a in a more. Celebratory display our blackness. You know what I mean. I felt like especially from making a film like Burning Kane and I've been talking to a lot of people about it recently like I'm not in this sort of I guess more more I don't know I was. I think my head space back when I was making films. A lot more bleak is today but I've noticed such a shift in the work that I've been making. Its I mean significantly happier now. Just kind of objectively. I wonder for you if there is any way in which you feel protective over the stories that you're trying to tell or if you feel like there's a push to stretch beyond the things that feel true or real to you. I feel like it's becoming my work. Overtime is kind of evolving into becoming less and less overtly connected to me or less and less were like burning Kane. It's pretty SPA. I mean I grew up in that environment. I grew up in that state. I grew up in that sort of atmosphere. You know the Moon Colony. It's it's about things that I kinda WanNa see things that I'm feeling less so than looking at it as a direct one to one interpretation or representation of me and all those kinds of things I feel like is really just kind of a natural evolution to wider. Conversation may be more universal conversation. I don't know if that's really the word but I don't know the separation grows a little bit. Yeah it's such an interesting talent. I feel like for directors especially marginalized folks. Where there is that push for universality? You know that we don't other groups I just feel like don't have to go through You know you look at even grenade during the wrinkle in time or Dee Rees during the recent filming. She did based on the novel. There's this almost like okay. We're doing this stuff for yourself and now like you have to do it for everyone else. and I feel like that pressure or I don't know if that if that is something that's come across your desk and where you are in your career right now But it is something that I feel consistently kind of frustrated by Well say this before I get into that conversation. 'cause engine conversation abnd are brilliant though like they. Those are two powerhouses. I think you know for me. I can't speak about any other filmmaker because no one's patterns wrong in a knowns I mean and I feel like is nothing wrong with really seizing the creative opportunities that are presented to you. Whatever those may be for me. I've I've always just only ever wanted to make things that I personally right. Direct best just to say you know and it's not the most necessarily lucrative route to go about it in any respect for me. I just think about at the end of the day I want. I want to be able to hundred percent standby everything I make. So whatever allows me to have the most creative freedom really you know at least for me always kind of been directly seen just stuff that I create from inception on. I mean at the end of the day. It is our and we're we're having fun. Wonder if you could talk a little bit about Also home and location I think it's always interesting to get opportunities to talk to artists who are from cities such as New Orleans or the Miami's or Detroit's where they're just so singular and also D- But being able to be a voice from those spaces I wonder how that impacts you. I mean New Orleans I think all of us all the artists that I know also from New Orleans like we're like a family like John Tease when appears even even though Benn's island is in from New Orleans. Essentially a New Orleans. Ben Directed Pieces Southern Wild in e burning cane. He just film Wendy just came out also just saw last night beautiful. Yeah he's a he's a he's a he's a to me is the legendary director already. I'm I I don't know yeah busies really take And I feel like new in itself creates that atmosphere in the in terms of like you kind of feel like you're already like it's like us against the world anyway near down there because it can also feel very very very isolated sometimes in the best end honestly most challenging way sometimes But it's home. Nothing really ever going to replace that feeling of familiarity..

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