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"recreativo" Discussed on Creatively Christian

Creatively Christian

06:34 min | Last month

"recreativo" Discussed on Creatively Christian

"Vibrations go through the whole roman. It rattle the lights somebody. Recently i've drawn for different churches and things before they actually requested. The buffalo drum ended. Gympie on mike. You don't want me to bring my bottles and congress do. I can do latin rock on those and they've you know why because you can have you can defeat spiritual warfare with that warrior. One beaten up with different types of beets and the deeper the drum and the more powerful. The strokes people have told me a different charismatic churches. Mainly because you know they're all about the holy spirit speaking at times and all that and you know i'll i'll start drumming and you could just feel the holy spirit goes through the whole room wash and the crowd just changes in the end. The energy in the room goes up. And i mean. I've seen people crime i've seen Just joy tears of joy sometimes and people have told me when they drummed with me. They feel different so something different happens. And it's because i ask so here's a tip for you listeners. Same with my bands. They always watched notorious. How do you get a so much You don't ask you don't get right. How has gone going to know you well. Of course god knows everything but when you pray and you ask for things that shows that you really really serious about this. And so i asked to be healed and i wanted it more than anything else because i knew i can't go on like this. I was in too much paints of give me a solution. Please give me something so you know. I was blessed. But i think it was because it wasn't just for me because i didn't ask for just me. Gimme away to bless myself and bless others and now we're talking. That's exactly what i said. And so we don't wanna do things for an event i ask god. Give me what i need for this individual or this group or this organization. Let them see your lights. Threw me let what ever. I need to release through you related. Come through me so they can feel it. In a really tangible way i would love to see results quickly if possible and it has happened sometimes instantly and it i it just freaked me out but then after i got used to this again endure you asked for this guy said you asked me to help you. So how many people he asked. God don't really take it seriously. Will you better be serious because when when you get blessed. Sometimes the blessings come down in a really big way. You'd better be prepared for for what's going to happen next. So that was you know. My little teaser. In my intro things suddenly started taking off and all of a sudden it was like. Oh my gosh. I had people coming to me with all these different issues in non verbal autistic. Who after three sessions started speaking words. And we were doing the sessions through the computer. I mean how is that even possible. An entrepreneur recreativo gal who was stuck after her first session. She told me she had all these ideas for her business. And all these projects. She wanted to work on. She finally had clarity to finish them. And the big stories. Just go on and on physical healing emotional healing again with depression. Suddenly after one event came out drill three hours for the event and she just said oh. My gosh i feel so much better so i just feel really really humbled and blessed that i'm able to do this very unusual thing but it it works and people don't even see it coming in there having fun so why not use your gifts to the maximum potential. You can't stop playing small people because we're in the middle right now of a very crucial time in spiritual history. There's a lot of stuff going on right now so you can feel it. It's not time to to hold back. It's time to release time to rise up in rack. Shameless plug there you go. That's where this book came from because too many people were telling me i don't know what to do now i don't know what to do. Covert hit what you're going to take your gifts and you we're gonna we're gonna show people who we are as christians ads not by arguing with them by blessing them my i. I am so glad you said that. Dori that we truly are in a singular time spiritually. We that the battle is not against flesh and blood as you know it really is against the powers and principalities and what we see in the news what you see in the news and you read and the voices that scream and stuff. That just defies logic. It's spiritual warfare and every one of us. Each person listening has been given a role in this year. Not here by coincidence. And you're not here by accident. You are not a random chance got has a vision in a purpose for you and in order to do something big those transfer mason ju- spoke about during that is what's possible today. God saying declare yourself. This is the day where. I want you to declare yourself to me because transformation is the way that things are going and those huge things that happen generally happened when we can get outside of our normal boundaries. Now in my world a lot of that happens with horses with horse. Therapy with other kinds of things and with drumming. You're helping people get outside of those boundaries. Get into a realm. That's not familiar in that. They don't control completely. So i just i love what your message is dorrie and you certainly are i. I don't know of anybody else that sharing the same message. I know people are going to go to your website which is next next stage drumming dot com listeners. We have shown notes as you know that you can so you can find door. You can have access if you're creative if you're in business she can help you. What's your next step in business. Because she's done it if you're in a bad place dory has she. She knows what the path is out of that place. And i suspect.

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"recreativo" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

06:29 min | Last month

"recreativo" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"And original voices on modern relationships as a psychotherapist pearl has had a therapy practice in new york city for more than thirty five years. Prell celebrated ted talks have garnered more than thirty million views and she has two best selling books mating in captivity and the state of affairs pearl host to podcasts. Where should we begin and house work. You can find more about her at parral dot com or by following a stair pearl official on instagram highest. They're welcome to the show. Hey hey alright. Let's dive in anyone who's been in a long term relationship is gone through a phase where the desire for your partner fades no matter how intense and exciting the honeymoon phase. Was you get used to each other. And the novelty wears off. So why does the desire for our partners wayne in long term relationships notes. Big question for most of history In long term relationships which was primarily marriage was for procreation to that you could have eight children for which you probably needed to have more because a few were not going to survive and sex was primarily a woman's berry to duty. So you did it. 'cause you had to and you had motivation to which was to procreate. We went from the row creative model to the recreativo bottom. We went from duty to desire. We went from sexuality to be a kind of economic asset because children's were economic assets to sexuality to being for pleasure and connection. We take it for granted but it is a massive transformation and then come to sixties and we have a number of mini revolutions it primarily we have the democratization of contraception which means that the generation at that for the first time has premarital sex has the permission to do what they want has contraception in their hand has a security that has been redefined under a completely new organizing principle and they don't feel like it at home and they don't know why can we want what we already have is the fundamental question of desire. What is the difference between love and desire how do they relate. But also how do they conflict. Why is it that the forbidden is so erotic. Why the spirit who deliver such a fatal erotic blow what is at stake with the very thing that people rely on is the very thing that becomes more most fragile because we don't think of desire something that needs to be cultivated sustained actively nourished within that because in the beginning for some of us. Anyway it's it's just going to remain there for epa and in the forever keeps on getting longer the crisis of desire. We had to get married. We became you know property of the man and then we thought well we get to pick apart or based on this love and sex and connection will like the honeymoon phase right that everyone goes through at the beginning of a relationship not everyone actually as many people that starts luke warm and become hot later that is also a myth that everybody starts with a tremendous amount of of erotic enthusiasm for their partner. Some do but many don't but we don't say that loud because the myth says that there should be a honeymoon phase. Okay well so so. The those people like in arranged marriages are. they're just making. They're making their own arrangements in their head and they think i'm not attracted to this person but they're going to be a great provider so that's not important to me right now to have that kind of desire that or i feel deeply emotionally connected to you. You feel safe to be. You will be good to me. You will not hurt me. You will care for me. And the fact that i am not as strong to you physically or fill compatible with you. Physically is secondary at this moment by erotic needs and my emotional needs another line and i am letting emotional needs. Be decisive factor. It's fine but is it fine. So how important is sex and relationship. It may be very important for that very same person. But maybe the motion lead superseded and you have to be you have to know that you have to understand that you know that same person who made that choice may have been fine for ten fifteen years sometimes and then other dorm and part of them resurfaces. You know we the vengeance and says what about me but that doesn't mean that it was wrong to choice that was made at first. It was choice that was made for different reasons. And those things. We have the idea that sexual needs and emotional. Needs are one and the same and they always go neatly aligned together and that is not necessarily the case there are people with whom we can have wonderful sexual encounters with whom we would never want to live a life and there are people with who want to live a whole life but we have to mourn a kind of erotic flatness that for some of us is a real dear loss. So how do we recommend. I know that a lot of your work is getting couples to reconcile this and to understand the importance of sex. How they can either get it back. you know. We had it at the beginning. That's what i hear a lot. Least they had even if they had it for a week or every other twenty years. That first week was amazing. And they all want to go back. Now let's say you're never gonna go back but what what do we do. We experienced desire and deep love at the same time kiss. Yes of course. Some of us really do the way organized it in my head was actually based on the on the workers who have steven mitchell in others. It was not wasn't just my original thinking that we all have to fundamental sets of human needs. And we need security and we need safety and stability and predictability. We also need adventure and novelty in risk in mystery and sometimes danger the degree to which this to organizing needs. Existential needs in our life. Living side of us.

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Why Does Our Desire for Our Partner Wane? With Esther Perel

Sex With Emily

02:24 min | Last month

Why Does Our Desire for Our Partner Wane? With Esther Perel

"Anyone who's been in a long term relationship is gone through a phase where the desire for your partner fades no matter how intense and exciting the honeymoon phase. Was you get used to each other. And the novelty wears off. So why does the desire for our partners wayne in long term relationships notes. Big question for most of history In long term relationships which was primarily marriage was for procreation to that you could have eight children for which you probably needed to have more because a few were not going to survive and sex was primarily a woman's berry to duty. So you did it. 'cause you had to and you had motivation to which was to procreate. We went from the row creative model to the recreativo bottom. We went from duty to desire. We went from sexuality to be a kind of economic asset because children's were economic assets to sexuality to being for pleasure and connection. We take it for granted but it is a massive transformation and then come to sixties and we have a number of mini revolutions it primarily we have the democratization of contraception which means that the generation at that for the first time has premarital sex has the permission to do what they want has contraception in their hand has a security that has been redefined under a completely new organizing principle and they don't feel like it at home and they don't know why can we want what we already have is the fundamental question of desire. What is the difference between love and desire how do they relate. But also how do they conflict. Why is it that the forbidden is so erotic. Why the spirit who deliver such a fatal erotic blow what is at stake with the very thing that people rely on is the very thing that becomes more most fragile because we don't think of desire something that needs to be cultivated sustained actively nourished within that because in the beginning for some of us. Anyway it's it's just going to remain there for epa

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"recreativo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:01 min | 2 months ago

"recreativo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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

The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

06:55 min | 5 months ago

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

"Thing to come into my life so gratitude can work its magic and many many ways and but the greatest to me. The greatest benefit of all was that it's not about manifesting the stuff in your life. It's about the stuff it's about the shift that occurs in you. You become a calm person. You're less stressed you're happier. You are looking at your day through a prism of gratitude. So to me. That's the greatest miracle of all exactly exactly. I've seen this shift in my life as well. And i i totally agree with what you're saying and the fact that we in in my view amazing things are happening each and every day let's We are not trained to see them. We are trained Too much more to see the things that stress says that things that we feel threatened by one way or another or that might might make us feel bad In some sort of way and this balances things out so beautiful. Ian it makes us have a totally different view on the world. Exactly the the other thing. I wanted to share with you. That was another. A ha moment for me was that i love all gratitude practices. Don't take me wrong. And gratitude journals or a beautiful practice but one morning i was at a loss row thanking recipient and i actually i was staying at a hotel and i wrote a thank you to the to the housekeeper said oh sure. I'm grateful for her service. So i wrote in your housekeeper. Travel a great deal with my job. Thank you so much for all you do. I so appreciate coming back to a clean invited the end of the day so that night. I just happened to come back to the same hotel. And i opened the door and lo and behold there was a note from her to me saying dear miss sangita so she took the time to look for my name she said. I can't tell you how wonderful it was to be appreciative. Thank you so much. And i was stopped in my tracks again with another woosh and said unlike a gratitude journal which stays with a writer this actually touches the recipient and i thought maybe she was having a bad day and her was elevated so saw this beautiful like the wings of a butterfly that cause the typhoon at the end of the ocean. This is just a pay it forward kind of putting good energy and affecting the lives of you know and love it. I love it and There's this thing. I dunno if i'll be able to remember it correctly and that someone that feels appreciate. It will definitely do more than is expected. Yes and we we as human beings. We need feel appreciate that. We need to to to feel that we have meaning in what we're doing and people like you are amazing in in the sense that you you help other people see that. Their work is appreciated. And i do this. Also but they do i do it. I just spelled people. Or i. I ride i ride on either on facebook or i write emails but i should definitely start doing this as well and actually write a these kinds of. Thank you notes. Because i love the that. I can imagine how amazing it can be four for that personality they can actually take it home and As as the reminder yet and the other thing about the handwritten thank you know which again all these things jordan. I'm not an expert on. I discovered in my journey is the handwriting self. Is your unique fingerprint. Your handwriting is different from mine is different from my friend. Jennifer's and carries your energy as a result. So my friends. Because you know i was writing. Thank you notes every day. So you know. My friends received many of my ankles along the way. And they said elena when i open the mailbox and see your handwriting. I'm already enjoy so. There's something about handwriting that i may not understand fully. What i know makes a difference so again. i'm you can text. you can email. Those things are fabulous expressions as well. But there's something so beautiful about your handwriting. And i know that i've i've kept every single thanking i received from my nieces and nephews when the growing up they kept thanking us the received from me so i encourage people to i know some big digital age pencil. Pick up the phone and go back to handwriting. If you can. That's awesome that's awesome and by the way. Give us some ideas so you. You told us the story from the hotel room but i do whom can we. Can we send these distinction. Thank you notes. And which situations any of them. So they were as i'll give you some other mundane now situations for may so one of them. I actually broke down on the highway. there was row degree that came from a truck. I couldn't avoid hitting it. So i had two flat tires so of course on the side of the road and then of course the tow truck arrived and and then i was sent to the whatever tire center or whatever and what used to be a very negative. I would've perceived to be a very negative event in my life right instead. Became a source of lots of gratitude because first of all the day was beautiful. Second of all. I did not get really hurt. So i was lucky right and third of all. Everybody seemed to conspire to give me back on road in the nick of time. So the tow truck arrive pretty quickly. The tire center was right there. The manager of the tire center just stopped all the presses and got me back on the road and has said so. I was grateful for him and so i noticed his name tag right. You give recreativo when you're wanting to because you want to surprise them to sign noticed his name. I got the address of the. It happened to be a walmart and a sentiment. Thank you note with. 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"recreativo" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

06:21 min | 6 months ago

"recreativo" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

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"recreativo" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

03:13 min | 7 months ago

"recreativo" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Refer to as football for the rest of the episode to appease my european listeners didn't originate in spain but it did arrive there rather quickly. In the late nineteenth century. Spanish workers and students who lived in england brought back with them. The game of football the first football club formed in spain was recreativo de huallaga which was founded in eighteen eighty nine by british workers for the rio tinto company the club's still exists today and currently plays in the second division in spain's professional league football clubs spread quickly through spain in the late nineteenth and early twentieth. Centuries nineteen to the idea was floated to have a single elimination knockout tournament. In honor of the coronation of king alfonso the thirteenth. It was called the copa de la coronation. And it was won by a team from bilbao. Which was the precursor to athletic. Bilbao the current team. Which represents the city of bilbao the next year. Nineteen thousand three. The tournament was brought back. This time being called the copa del rey. Or the king's cup. The first two copa. Del rey's athletic. Bilbao today. Barcelona has won the cup. Thirty times with alec. Bilbao winning twenty three times and real madrid winning nineteen and will take just a brief detour to explain my favorite spanish team athletic. Bilbao there are several things about them that make the team unique. I is there nickname. The lions the got the nickname because their first stadium was next to the church of san mama's san mama's was the same that was thrown to the lions who then pacified them their new stadium which just opened up in two thousand thirteen is called san may stadium. The other unique thing about them is that they only have players from the greater bosc region. They've done this since one thousand nine hundred and have still found a great deal of success so they won't be spending millions to bring in some superstar ringer like some other teams. Everyone in their club is homegrown. Talent athletic bilbao is back in the finals of copa del rey both last year and this year because of covid the twenty twenty finals weren't played so the finals for both the twenty. Twenty and twenty twenty. One cup will be played. In april twenty twenty one in bilbao is in both games. The reason athletic bilbao is. My favorite team is simply that. I visited their headquarters and their stadium. When i visited bilbao and they gave me a whole bunch of bilbao swag. It's pretty easy to buy my support. When i don't have any personal skin. In the for the first few decades in the twentieth century football kept growing in popularity in spain the idea of professional league was floated and in one thousand nine twenty nine the premier division now known as laliga was created with ten teams all the previous copa del rey winners and runners up of the ten original teams in the premier division. Three have never been relegated down to a lower league since nineteen twenty nine barcelona. We all madrid and athletic. Bilbao over the course of the history of league there have been sixty two teams. That have made it up to the premier league today. The league has twenty teams and each season is conducted in a double round robin format. Each team plays every other team both home and away since nineteen twenty nine of the sixty two teams which have appeared in the league. The competition has been dominated by just a few teams. The only season which was canceled was.

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The Introduction of Football to Spain

Everything Everywhere Daily

01:07 min | 7 months ago

The Introduction of Football to Spain

"Which i shall hereby refer to as football for the rest of the episode to appease my european listeners didn't originate in spain but it did arrive there rather quickly. In the late nineteenth century. Spanish workers and students who lived in england brought back with them. The game of football the first football club formed in spain was recreativo de huallaga which was founded in eighteen eighty nine by british workers for the rio tinto company the club's still exists today and currently plays in the second division in spain's professional league football clubs spread quickly through spain in the late nineteenth and early twentieth. Centuries nineteen to the idea was floated to have a single elimination knockout tournament. In honor of the coronation of king alfonso the thirteenth. It was called the copa de la coronation. And it was won by a team from bilbao. Which was the precursor to athletic. Bilbao the current team. Which represents the city of bilbao the next year. Nineteen thousand three. The tournament was brought back. This time being called the copa del rey. Or the king's cup. The first two copa. Del rey's athletic. Bilbao today. Barcelona has won the cup. Thirty times with alec. Bilbao winning twenty three times and real madrid winning nineteen

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"recreativo" Discussed on Ensayista

Ensayista

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"recreativo" Discussed on Ensayista

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"recreativo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"recreativo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"recreativo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"recreativo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"recreativo" Discussed on The Healing Place Podcast

The Healing Place Podcast

13:50 min | 1 year ago

"recreativo" Discussed on The Healing Place Podcast

"An optional groups decide group to group it's not particularly in a standard And so he says there's things that bother him but he's chosen not to let it be a deal breaker for the things that he does get out of the meetings and he also said something that I think is pertinent that his first sponsor who guided him through the steps and guided him through. Recovery didn't care that he was atheist. Agnostic avary identified that he loved him at accepted him just as he was and we really need more of that in recovery because there is this sense that people who are struggling need to be shown a different way and we tend to interpret that as tough love telling it like it is and and whatnot and I don't believe anybody has ever really gotten well through tough love and being yelled at and preached at evangelist and an anecdote from the book. That really does. Summarize much of my teaching in this in. This area is something. Janet told me when she first got to know me when she knew I was struggling when I came to her with some of my issues. She listened very patiently. Just listen. DidN'T TRY TO JUMP. In and try to crack. She listen very patiently and afterwards she said Jamie after everything you've been through. It's no wonder you turned out alcoholic. So what now? What are you going to do about it now? And in that phrase that question she both validated me and then challenged me. And I don't think I would have been opened being challenged unless I was. I validated and accepted for exactly who I was and too often professionals and religious figures and folks in the field and folks in an meetings we try to challenge I and that is where people down and that is where we can't get get get the message because I mean I'm I admit I needed to be challenged. People I work with need to be challenged and I tend to see one of or the other extreme that in trauma world especially we can get so but it's the trauma salt. It's the TRAUMAS fault. Yes I agree with that. But we're not doing anybody any favors by continuing to just kind of sign it off as well this way because of the trauma what now like Janet said. How are we going to help a person? He'll yet on some of the twelve step end of things I've seen it to trump loves to and so we need that balance in what Janet Taught. Me Is is what I've really found to be just the most compelling way to work with folks. Which is you validate. Accept them and then once a person feels validated and accepted after degree. Prepared an open to hearing. You can come in with the challenging or suggestions because Linda Mentally Twelve step program and has been described as suggestive and I adore that language. I Adore the language in twelve step programs of experience strength and hope that when I'm working with somebody. I'm not telling you what to do sharing with you. I experience that. Hey this this thing you're about to try was not a very good idea for me. You're welcome to give it a try and I unfortunately what has happened is when sponsors counselors people in the field. Get their own stuff in the way. That is where we can get so combative and not suggestive and not sharing experience strength and hope and that's shut people down and that's not good. I say often on this podcast. It's come up in many conversations. Were all on our own healing journeys and when we can honor that. And that's exactly what I'm hearing hearing living background that Charleston Care Approach when we can honor where each person is on their own journey and how much trauma bay process to they worked through. How much is still is in the process? Your denial of that. It's having an effect on their lives. Yeah just taking a moment to thank a sponsor to the healing place. Podcast fiscally sponsored project through fractured atlas and for their generous donation. This week at the Trauma Warrior level the Phoenix Fund via Blue Mountain Community Foundation. Thank you back to the show. The institute Recreativo Mindfulness. Yes that is my company. So is it true for creative. Mindfulness is essentially a training organization. But we have a lot of other sub outreach projects as well so.

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"recreativo" Discussed on Who Invited Her?

Who Invited Her?

12:12 min | 2 years ago

"recreativo" Discussed on Who Invited Her?

"Not can't can't be but they come up with like an extreme character and they're supposed to last year Keith and Andrew were like conjoined twins twins like all my mom was pretty one was just like supermassive and all the characters are just through the roof like that and it raises a bunch of money and they usually bring drag race girls to judge it and it just it raises the ship tournament. racy like you're probably going to be offended in some I'm point somehow. And it's always San Diego Legend babette Schwartz hosts. Yeah Eric you're GONNA be in it this year right yes yes so. Who are you representing? I'm going to be representing for the third. Because I'm the first person ever do it three times now. Okay yeah so I'M GONNA be representing number one once soccer Yeah go there a lot there i. That's why it's a good place. Good vibes all that stuff. It's one of my favorite dive bars in San Diego. And it's it's a good representation. Tation of I mean. They used to sell pop out of the vending machine. It's a dive bar. I I wish they would go about back because I think that's like vaguely remember that. Oh yes only vaguely remember number one because of their pores. So that's the tantrums as February before we it's February seventeenth and February third sadder third who runs tantrums. Mattie Ramon Oh we should get outta on to talk about it how we get Mattie Mbappe Mattie is the GM right at inside out he's GM part owner inside out and part owner there are no he's the GM and part owner at MOS in the parlour inside out that's right. Yeah so how do back to your artwork. I wanted to go back and said Eh. That's the name of the back to your back yard. So how how would you describe your style. I've been recently and like I don't. I never really tried to describe what I was or anything like that are put myself into a thing recently being called popper I was like okay. Thank you bye yeah I don't really. I never kinda tried to fit in and fix my stuff to adapt. It's turned out. I I what I do is I make a lot of commentary on mental health and stuff like that but the Stalin how I do it I just. Maybe you'll respect this. I do not understand lighting fighting when I when I paint. I do not understand lighting like I gotta where the Fuck I want to show. You don't have a you don't know are you. Don't we're the light sources coming no source whatsoever. It's okay that looks just like his brain bulbous. Dad Wow Marianne yeah. So where do you drowns variation from when you when you're getting ready to do a piece of justice sketching General Oh. I listened to a lot of music. Nick marry him has called me as sad bitch Benson so I think I might remember. That's why a lot of your work dark It's dark. I bring light to it about a dark topic in everything I do is kind of irony in a sense. I think it's cute. It's nice but I always have a topic topic I'm talking about like I painted a picture with a television guy in a stew whose shooting himself and sold instantly but it was like yeah pretty fucked. That's a little a little dark. What is medium of choice acrylic and stuff? I'm acrylic acrylic and multimedia. Usually I do not WanNa fuck oils yet oils is hard. I know there's so many calls and some people are really good good at them. I tried for a bit to try to get really into oils and learning the techniques and all that which I did but I liked the using acrylic and and stuff. Because it's so quick. Yeah Giles. It's like you can mess with it a messed with a mess with it. I'M NOT GONNA sit there for two days. I it wanted to go out of my place. I see my paintings as whore cruxes so my evil is inside that Shit. That's how I felt that needs to go but I think that's true for anybody creating anything. A bit of yourself goes into at our house. There's no soul to it or no like with your Mary Mariam. That's my hor cracks. Podcast we all we all feel it. Never be able to kill you. I find it interesting though. Anybody who's comes from Recreativo background or creative minds always a bit of themselves. They put into whatever they do whereas where. I won't talk about anybody else but I know us. Pacific artisan town who use on Allah has pictures a few artists who've done that that was their signature. And I was like you know that like turns Brown later right star yellow at staines depending on if you're if it's on Campbell start licking the campuses art show so year the pick which is gonNA say knowing artists been trying for a long time okay. Ah She's going around gallery just like. Yep that's next. Yeah where do people. Where can people see your work at the host? Every last Tuesday of the month number one fifth avenue I created square creative productions and host. Our shows there. That's a nonprofit what we're doing is we're giving exposure to local artists and it was so frigging hard for me to get my star in a way that so I wanted to make it easier for anybody anybody else who really wants to do it. LGBT representations so I basically created that so that any local artist. WHO's gay or not gay or advocate can come in and just do the thing? How do you look at especially within the algae bt community the art scene there because it's not as as big because if you look at like downtown little Italy or North Park where the arts prior locate Mario Logan's like time and it? It would be nice to see like Hillcrest. Artists are out UBT Q.. Artist have a real big representation especially within our community. And I feel like it's starting it's starting and it wasn't there before because honestly like you want some gossip. Let me if I can tell you. There was this guy who he's a graffiti artist I'M NOT GONNA say projects that he's been working on lately. But thing is that I used to do his art shows. I was when I came here and I was twenty one. I did his art shows was and he was like. I'm GonNa pay you Blah Blah Blah and I did a whole trash and fashion show and it was great it was cute but like in the end of the day. Didn't fucking pay me and I was. I was like all right dude you do this. He said he's going to blacklist me from Hillcrest. And I was like your straight. Why says know who you're talking about? Yeah I know that he's GonNa Beg Project. He did a huge project project. Okay I thought he NEGGA Kinda hot. I know he's very he's Fuck Abo- but it's like I'm already disgusted by it. So the thing is that in general. He tried to blacklist me from Hillcrest. And I'm like this is my community. You're just here visiting. Calmed down your guests your guest. Who invited her? And so yeah. So the thing was I was like. Oh you're going to blacklist me. I watch me take this shit over. So that was the thing is I said. LGBT people need to represent LGBT people. And let's do that so I'm not playing games when it comes to this. I see this happening in other communities these other diverse communities. I don't want us to hear him. Play Koi with somebody who wants to come in and try and be nice and tolerate us. You know come. I'm in set by the bar. Asks you for a drink for goddamn sketch. No I'M GONNA fuck and change the game. You know represent my people who I love who I you relate with and support. Yeah no I get that I have a question for all of you When it comes to and I know like everybody like Mary him has a very specific specific? Tastes I know bash. She has a very specific. Takes with. You'RE GONNA be putting up artwork in your house or something you're going to spend money on with style or what kind. What do you like when it comes? I'm still fine. Art like our. Everything's are but like I say like paintings and stuff like that Dick's scanning again it as now I used to have my art hanging up but I don't really paint anymore. Yeah I like Weird Shit like I'll just find stuff at thrift stores like all by like I've bought like little kids paintings that's interesting and hung up and then I got like that's a lot of like weird cheap art to that's like handmade. Yeah I get tired of it I get rid of it. What catches your eye like when it comes to our like? What are you drawn to? Usually visually is like florals. Like weird shapes okay. I like really abstract Weird Shit. I've got a few original pieces. Do you have any favorite artists of how I was like literally I. I went to art camp like every summer and I was obsessed from like seven years on with Van Gogh like oh I have. I've had a book that ever had since I was seven. I did Van Gogh as my autobiography project stopped. Oh wow he's crazy he's bat. Akshay crazy you see. I think to my favorites and not have any. If anybody has an there was a cut. There's been a couple of biographies and Books About Him. It's he's he's fascinated. Oh yeah he's amazing. So he's like my favorite I eventually want to get my favorite painting by him is a skull with cigarette. Oh I want to get all the cigarettes tattooed on me. You went to high. It's like one of my favorite paintings of all time. What about you bash she? I'm curious with your taste because you have a very specific kind of tastes. I don't really know shit about. Yeah I guess like if I did say that I like certain styles would probably be like more Like mid-century Abstract kind of Cuba stuff. I will try just the aesthetic of it. I don't like actually like define subject subject matters. Oh you like it more broad where he can interpret it any way they want that kind of up your alley up for you but I just went to two extra day in Palm Springs for Thanksgiving and I went to the art museum there and it was evidently art museum. Yeah it was. It was nice interesting that you say that. Because they've known for a long time in that style art and how you describe it as so your personality so they really playing devil's advocate. I I yeah you don't like to be told. This is how I need to being told I know you know so that like that kind of art where it's a little more abstracting. People make their own judgements on it and everybody has a different viewpoint on what I can tell them why they're wrong exactly. Yeah I my A. R. Preferences go all over the place as you can see what the art on the wall. I Love Hanson. I love his cartoony illustrates like relying party. Jill Shit not so cute and then I love the fine art stuff too so I did a I did a painting of Mariam and then she was like didn't respond for fucking weekend and she was like I love it and I was like no. That's not awesome..

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"recreativo" Discussed on The Communicate Influence Podcast

The Communicate Influence Podcast

11:48 min | 2 years ago

"recreativo" Discussed on The Communicate Influence Podcast

"It Sheila with the latest episode of the Communicate Influence podcast but before I introduce the episode and wants to say big. Thanks to my patrons patron who help make this podcast happen. Thanks also to you the listeners for listening to the show if you have any ideas suggestions for future episodes get in touch watch this episode features Amanda Cupido an award winning podcast producer and journalist. She's also the author of the book. Let's talk. podcasting listing the essential guide to doing it right and the Media Instructor Seneca College in Ontario Canada I was lucky enough to find time in the mandates this busy schedule to talk to her about podcasting best practices and some of her upcoming projects. She explores how new podcasters can get into podcasting costing and how experience podcasters can revamp that shows so welcome to the communicate influence. PODCAST Amanda. Thanks for having me U. S.. Great so happy here because I think that a listener is going to learn so much from this interview. He notices podcast. I talking to a podcast. Who's been there done? It and written a book about let's start. Let's talk about podcasting so excited about interview you based in southern Ontario and it's not averse review this week because exactly a year ago your book. Let's talk about podcasting thing came out it was published and that must be pretty exciting for you so tell us a little bit about yourself about how the book came to be and what you've been doing in the last year sure so I've been working in the podcasting space for quite a while now have produced more than ten different series and this happened because I was actually in radio. Originally working as journalist I spent time as a reporter and producer search news anchor and during this time podcasting was slowly growing in popularity and I was getting a lot of requests to help businesses and thought leaders to create podcast so I started to do that work on the side but then grew real. Liking to the industry started doing a lot of research and following it quite close sleep. I then started doing workshops I was brought onto a local college called Seneca to rewrite their journalism program to include podcasting and during one of my presentations there was a publisher in the audience. WHO said why? Don't you turn this into a book and I wasn't ever thinking going down the book route but here here I am. I've had to actually worked on the book for about two years but always drawing in the latest information. That's why it's really hard. I don't know if you've ever ridden A nonfiction book before. But there's always something more to add some new research to add in so I was making. Its right up to the last second to make sure it included all the latest information and trends and some predictions that some of them have already come true which I pride myself in some of them I I still feel are on track to the hopefully happening in the future of podcasting but But yeah as a as a whole I've I just really of loved audio audio storytelling for a long time. And so now I work as as a communications advisor. And I'm in the midst of advising on several podcasts as well L. as being an end to end producer which means I'm able to help out from every part of the process from recording to script writing music scoring editing and in publishing and marketing. Awhile you sound really really busy. Good morning and it sounds like you having loads of fun Yep and so since the book came out are you asked me that too. I've just been really It's been a great response. I've been asked to speak at a lot of conferences Continue continue to do workshops and of course continued to produce series. So yeah it's busy but it's great because podcasting finally having. Its moment at something that I've been working on like I said for for the better part of the last decade and it's finally I feel like it's a it's finally having its time so it's great. Good that's fantastic now. I'm really curious about one of the things that you said because I finished reading your book probably about two weeks ago. Let's start let's talk. Hawk podcasting the essential guide to doing it right and it. It's not a thick book but it's packed with really interesting information. It's it's not about equipment you do touch on that but the things that I found interesting were the trends are the things that haven't been touched on in podcasting. Who's doing the podcast thing? And you mentioned that it made a couple of predictions and they've come true so tell us which predictions come true yes so one of them was about the trajectory of podcasting and how it aligns with Youtube and there was just an an article that came out last week. That was comparing the two mediums. And how they're actually crunching the numbers to prove that the podcasting landscape right now Definitely definitely mirrors. What the Youtube landscape was When it was gearing up to be at its height and this was a trajectory that I spoke about within the book talking talking about the rise of the Youtube influencers and how brands started using video content to create to pair up with influencers but also to create their own messaging in their own channels and I had predicted that this would happen with podcasting? And so we're right in the midst of that happening right now. Where we're seeing a lot of brands trying to pair up with podcasters awed casters? And there's a little bit of actually you know they're bumping up against the obstacle of how they get paired with the podcast or they want to write there sometimes. There's is lack of a middleman so I wouldn't be surprised right now. We have a lot of youtubers. Represented by agents I just I still continue to see that trajectory continuing on and being mirrored with the podcasting landscape and I also spoke about branded podcasts. And I spoke how In the book I mentioned how I predicted there would be a real increase in the amount of brands that would be investing in not only the ads on podcast and running commercials but in creating original content. That is brought to you by a brand but has a really great story attached to it. So it's content that people are going to want to consume and the overall messaging just aligns with whatever brand is being brought to you by so within the last year we've seen brands like INTERAC- land land branded podcast with Gimblett. which is a massive production house out of the US which was just recently acquired by spotify we have seen Multiple brands jumping onto this onto this as a as a content marketing strategy. And so we already knew podcast for ebay existed for GE for tinder has branded podcast rate and an every every week. It seems that a new brand is is getting ready. Eight to launch one. So it's been interesting to see that space grow and I again. I think that it's going to continue to grow from here. I mean that that's brilliant and and there are times when I've actually wanted why Brands haven't kind of jumped into the podcasting arena so to speak sooner and also In terms of communications I haven't seen a lot of Internal Communications podcasting so what. What do you think held up the the progress? The it's a great question it's interesting. I think that there's a little bit of a mindset shift that needs to happen with some brands especially big ones that have just gotten accustomed to allocating annual budget to social media it to video creation. And now here's another thing that is coming up off with digital media as a new method of storytelling an outreach to audiences audiences and so I do think that it's just something that needs to be factored into budgets and sometimes that takes a little bit of time to either convince people to feel comfortable trouble allocating money towards something like this or to convince them that there actually is a return on investment. So some of it is that we've we've taken some time to allocate to accumulate enough information and data to prove the Roi on something like a branded podcast so a lot. There's a lot of skeptics out there who wanting to see the hard numbers and that just takes time and then there's people who are unfamiliar with the space as a whole and of course it. It seems like a bit risky. If you're not familiar with podcast yourself but then suddenly you're allocating marketing dollars towards it right. So it's a combination of those two aspects. I think that might cause some hesitation and also I think some people don't realize how much work it goes into podcast so they think. Oh we're going to start a podcast. We don't really need any money for it or we're GONNA throw five hundred bucks at it but he actually WanNa do a really robust bust. Great branded podcast. It's GONNA cost you a lot more than that especially if you're hiring someone externally do it which tends to be the trend for are people doing this sort of high level storytelling so I do think that it's it's taking. Its time but but for reasons that are not surprising arising yeah so as you mentioned. It's part of the content marketing mix. But it's not just hiring a freelance writer in scoping out a series of articles that might increase brand recognition trust or help generate sales. It's a bigger investment than not. Have to yeah. You have to find the equipment ten CETERA. I noticed in one of your articles. He did talk about Any still advocate of that message to try things out. UNSEE if if it works for the stock podcasts fairly inexpensively for example you know use the record or on your phone and begin the podcast most definitely especially if you're talking from an individual perspective so what I was just previously talking about is definitely more of the advice I'd give to brands and companies. Who really want to put this as part of their content marketing strategy? But and there's a little bit less room for trial and error in those cases right but as far as an individual. The visual goes if someone wants to experiment podcasting. I definitely am still an advocate of people using their phone A lot of IPHONES and Androids have tape recorders on them. And especially if you test it out and you start to get to know how best recorded in how far to hold it from your mouth and whatnot. You could get some really great quality audio and a lot of times people who are wanting to start podcast. They may not even feel that comfortable conducting interviews. This is a great way to just practice this that see how you sound. Get some feedback on it. I'm also a big fan of focus groups or select individuals that you can share in confidence your initial recordings boardings and get genuine feedback on right so I really encourage a lot of people who are delving into the into the space to to practice in that in that ways in order to not only to find their own voice and feel more comfortable with it but just to see what works and how people react and what to do more of what to shift so truly be Recreativo experiment with it and kind of get over that fear that you might have gone because some people get so worried about hitting record and then they end up spending..

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"recreativo" Discussed on The Good People Effect

The Good People Effect

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"recreativo" Discussed on The Good People Effect

"I've you enjoy that little message. At the beginning of the sharp. That's actually from Jeet my last guest on the podcast hockey's a very special individual we had an interesting conversation about Kunle Yoga about how Vegan Food Truck Entrepreneurial Journey and and we spoke about life seasons in beautiful lessons out of that chat so if that's something that interests you please go to the last episode of the good people of faith after this one of course us and make sure you check out that chat with hop. It was definitely a good one today. I've got a very special artists on the Shar. I've got an illustrator and an author of eight it books so Lisa. Congdon is a beautiful solo beautiful creative soul. WHO's come on the show to share her? We S- them she she had She's worked with a bunch of clients including Mima. Rei Harvard University and she's written books like the essential guide for building your career as an artist and her most recent book find your on T. seek voice as the topic of discussion today so we're GonNa be talking about ways to find inspiration. Russian WE'RE GONNA be diving aping creativity and the openness in life that kind of car lights to creativity and finding your inner creative voice surf. You're an oddest out there. WHO's working on finding your path finding your own individual voice voice a uniqueness in office authenticity to your work and you WanNa bring these kind of things to life than this episode is definitely for you. If you have recreativo of any type five. I'm sure you could benefit from this conversation and from laces book on your. It seek voice so that's what we're GONNA be talking about today but before jumping to the show just I want to throw a big. Thank you out to everyone listening. I'm relaunching the PODCASTS and I'm super excited about this. I've put together my new website and be going to be throwing up plenty of resources on their especially for creatives people that WanNa leave a more adventurous life and thought growing into a more purposeful being. If that's you view them please jump onto good people effect dot. Com I've got a new email going some trying to build this tribe trying to build these pack of us to help us grow together and I'm GonNa be providing you with free resources included online creativity causes different types of courses Abe books at different summaries..

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"recreativo" Discussed on The Storytellers Network

The Storytellers Network

12:13 min | 2 years ago

"recreativo" Discussed on The Storytellers Network

"Happening now so I'm like all right. We'll try that that fine <hes> it's it's <hes> the I say there's there's I always say the industry and the artistry are completely different arms completely different apps and you can <hes> very often. The only thing I have control is the work <hes> matter of fact. That's what that song last refuge off of the last album is about honestly for me. It's like okay when I get frustrated. Because how can I'm this person's doing so great. How come this girl that I just played with? She's doing great how they sold out the whole thing you know and I you know you get all that better than worse than only stanton minute. The only thing I can do work on these songs folks like that is the engine makes the whole thing. Go as songs the stories the content the work and then hopefully the industry will sort of as it has. It's just taken forever and like you said <hes> Those U._2. One hit one or like the shortcut. It really doesn't happen very often. I mean we're talking percentages of the percentage of a point <hes> the the the people I see the are doing it well. It takes a while it takes a good long while <hes> and just kind of have to keep doing it. I mean you had to believe in it. <hes> which I do most days but you just have to keep going and things line up or don't. I don't know they never work out but I mean it's working out pretty pretty okay. Now I mean I I enjoy doing it. I feel better I know touch people and connect with people and that's really what the whole thing is about is <hes> that me that that human interaction so I don't know if the Internet is help or hurt that <hes> i. It's almost like it's neutral. Oh it's made something's better things a lot worse. It evolves right and that's you know now on those days that you're having trouble believing in every storyteller Recreativo has those moments right whether you're working on a book India stock. You're working on a film and something happens. You're you're play music every day and discovered you. You have those doubts. Is there anything that you do to help. Get yourself out of that. There is obviously but like what do you do. I just keep going and that's that's like I said in that. <hes> I come back to the things I do have control over and that's the work I haven't troll over the work. I have control roll over how much of myself I put into the work. I have <hes> not necessarily in control of all my time. I'm certainly not in control of a whatever the Internet thinks is is great for them for this twenty minute period <hes> I'm not in control where we get booked or who gets noticed <hes> <hes> but I just I come back to what is it. I have to remember that I do. I I do it not because of that industry stuff. I'd do it because I don't know I'm just to be doing it and <hes> so unlimited opportunities to quit unlimited opportunities Julia for frustration. It's just it's not for the I think any kind of creative endeavor like that is probably not for you. Just gotTa get kind of scam and you don't because we were very sensitive but you know at core. That's why we're doing this kind of work but you just kind of have to be realistic. I mean I don't know I just sit down with a guitar and get quiet and do my thing and it's that's what it's about make sense so I want to explore on your songs and see if I don't know if this goes back row far your database or on your catalog or not three months of twelve. Oh Yeah I heard that song and I just made me feel at home Tamie through this on a little bit. I want to explore that story whereas that song come from. What's it about for you that Song <hes> that's what I was living in Boone North Carolina House in college up there I lived in this huge old dilapidated farmhouse <hes> <music> built in eighteen eighties or so <hes> and I was Kinda steeped in this old time and mountain tradition at the time and now we paid like one hundred bucks a month for that house so we split it or two and there's a fireplace in every room was on bunch acreage there the guy still formed tobacco? They're non new river it was there was a graveyard outback people that live there forever <hes> and there's there's a real sense of history of there and I often thinking about how different things are a couple generations past <hes> and I was really thinking about that and then other interesting thing about that house is it it based sort of uh southeast and when it was built there was pastor all down in front of it but now and it was cleared but now the the trees had grown up <hes> you know seventy foot pine trees across there so what would happen in about mid November is the son would drop behind those trees and it just wouldn't didn't come back to roar. I mean that house got no done through the entire winter and <hes> so that sorta inspired the three months a twelve we don't see the sun is it was cold water would just frees us live with it. That's all that came from an old old farmhouse and Oh and I and I always thought about I had a four wheel drive vehicle and a grocery store of miles down. The road that I know was not out there fifty years ago thirty years ago and so you just you think about it. When you're living in conditions like that <hes> I I have an easy way out of this but like those people in the graveyard back there they they have they just hunker down and dealt with it? I mean they're way smarter about canning and food sure that's kind of where that came from. That's cool now when you when you sing that today can you does it. Take you right back to that moment or is it kind of more like a little bit a little bit <hes> that that's on it has like a has a feat of like a fear in it and that's kind of that sort of forboding in that sort of dealing with Tom. Coal Wind blows down the mountain. It's common. Oh Oh crap. Have I done everything I can do here to get ready for this because pretty soon. I'm not GonNa have an opportunity to catch up. Have I have I have I saved up food saved up power would yeah I can go back there. We'll play that in a while. We didn't put that on a good one because I picture like when I when I write something to story I tend to right and move on. I don't necessarily go back and read it again and again or trying to tell it again again but I've always thought that like performers I mean you you sing that song again and again and again and the bigger catalog gets probably less often using it because you have other stuff but you have to be repetitive because when when somebody likes a song the fans do you gotta go back and repeat it is I wondered they become like old friends where you can feel yourself there or if it just becomes autopilot of like Yep we're going to sing. You know <hes> right. Well you know and I just know that I'm GonNa say these lyrics here we're done. It's all like muscle memory so yeah. I just yeah well. There's definitely that's an interesting that you said muscle memory because that's the only way I can remember the words like I can't does in the primary problem with somebody comes back and says hey can you play ex from six albums ago. I know I can get two-thirds of the way through it and then I'm not sure what's going to happen so like we played it in a while <hes> <hes> I have to have that muscle memory to remember it but as far as performances concern all I have to be in in that in the song. Let's <hes> that's that's my job is is to trust the song to do the work if I just show up and saying it and performance right it should do the war now. Are there songs from I mean there's a their songs that we've never played. <hes> you know basically since we recorded just never worked out on their son that we play every show somehow <hes> and some get forgotten and I go back and I look at all you know what we should pick that back up or maybe a new member or something something add something and what kind of doing that right now trying to go back and dig up some older songs to rejuvenate. <hes> you know I mean you always looking forward. I always looking for I mean I. I think what People WanNa hear you know <hes> but I also like to try new things and I mean that's always the the in any kind of show you the set. You know you wanna play some familiar stuff. You'll new stuff if you might play cover to this let people relax for a second <hes> and <hes> trust in that story that supposedly in the song is is the trip for me to feel comfortable. Thank you and not be afraid that I've got to do. I mean I have to show up and put myself into it but in theory it should do the work because I did the homework before hopefully right there are some I don't like and one thing the Bang Bang and and you know I probably won't or maybe I'll go back and fix it. I don't know older work. I'm sure you're familiar with you on. I don't know Wilson left at line in their. You want to take a little longer time. Go back and look at all articles that I wrote her old anything. I'm like aw was like an it's funny you say covers because I'm obsessed with cover songs. He's like when I hear one of my favorite bands singing a cover song for somebody else and like all that so cool the here there or hear somebody new cover somebody that I like whatever I just. I love that kind of stuff yeah anyway it will yeah you can wind up with really interesting connections. It's like you. Can you go how why world with that that that Bambi doing this and it was like Oh. Maybe there's a weird tangent here the Jadan ball about that's fun and this has been so much fun man. I really appreciate taking the time today I WANNA get to my last question here minute but I wanNA make sure everybody has a chance.

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