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"robert bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

03:01 min | 7 months ago

"robert bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

"To Argentina. Get too many books eventually. I'd the drum insists that tonight. We will be a long night. The Road Ravina goes on insisting that there is not enough suffering. The insists that tonight. We won't be a long night. Would Ravina goes on assisting. There's not enough suffering. Go on to Vena go on growling about God. I am rubbing my face against my little face like a blackbird flying through the nieves doesn't make sense but there's a lot of fun I'm rubbing my big face against my little face like blackbirds laying swiftly to believes okay. Good that's Internet one. No got four more. I WANNA do each year. Is that too much? We'll be okay for you know I did existence word existence now. I'll do one nonexistence called eating blackberry jam. When I hear that we all belong to non-existence drive my eyes. But then they raised them out of love for the little creatures of nonexistence some say the perch become like each other to keep the shark. This is this comes out of the Aquarium in Monterrey and I saw these fish. They were in a circle all going along and I said to my friend. What the hell are they doing that for? He said to keep the shark from coming into shark. Can't get a good fix on any one of them man. That's a big excuse for crowns per to become like each other to keep the shark from zeroing in but staying alive doesn't mean they are free from non existence. The cries of the infant barn swallows rising ingeniously cries of infant burn. Swallows rising from the mud nests fastened ingeniously to the rafters. This is a farmboys poem the cries of the Infant Barnes Wallis rising from the mud nests fad ingeniously to their. After's taught me to love the skinny birds of nonexistence. Taoist with their thin beards. Fishing all day with a straight hook. You know they do that. They do that. Taoist with your thin beards. Fishing all day with the street hook tell us they have learned not to expect a whole lot from non existence and.

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"robert bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

03:26 min | 7 months ago

"robert bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

"I'm going to read that one again just for fun but also because I was aware when I got to the Lark one that you have to listen what you've read written Watch what happens. It's good to remain in bed. And listen for the a slyly hidden in sequential insanity in summer world to Earth I especially love the end hidden bins in my like the Hog snuffing for truffles followed by Skimpy Lords. And oversized firs for this gaiety. Do I need forgiveness? Does the lock need forgiveness. Words blue eggs. I don't know I put the lockdown. When leads me to the next thing? So it's bird like thing then this warming and hiding of sounds they are the Little Lo- Heavens in the nest. Now my chest feathers widen now. I'm an old hand now. I'm satisfied so so I've already said how much I love Bill. And how much I learned from him. And what an honor to be here with his his wife and his children. So here's a little poem of bills you probably know. There's a threat you follow. It goes among things that change people wonder about what you are pursuing. You have to explain about threat but it's hard for other people to see tragedies happen and get hurt or die and you suffer and get old nothing. You can nothing. You do can stop times on folding but you never ever let go of the threat. That's good come on commission cladding and that was his way of keeping hold of the thread every morning to get up and do that. You know their stories. Other people have different ways. I musician will keep holding the thread by always playing the guitar hundred. It is and tie. And that's keeping hold of the hand musicians. Great Musicians do nothing but play if there's an audience there because they got hold of Fed and if you pay him they say okay so the other day. I wrote a little conversation with Bill. I wept so much when he died and and So this poem. I've been working on fifty five or six months in. I don't tend to go but automated January conversation with Bill Seven. Well Bill Hudson like he says it's about the same it's about the same. We still waiting for human beings to catch up. You know what it's like. You wait by the car while and finally go on loan you know what it's like. Wade with a car while and finally going along and I see offend mine diety. We should go. She wrote back..

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"robert bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

02:14 min | 7 months ago

"robert bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

"That's when you bundle. Aids pundits that home on nine hundred ten that got a lot of letters from academics in Ireland or said I never knew what was until I heard that poem the vowels perhaps Wales Mourn and sing at their stone table five miles down on the ocean floor. They more in some laws but the small finish sounds that earners in in oars INS mourn as well. We don't know what perhaps vows were. All created in a moment of Sauro before creation agrees. They've not been able to sing in this life. Are we the last answer all these little stores ings level? Those guys they are mourn as well. We don't know what perhaps if I were. All created in a moment of sal before creation agreed if they've not been able to sing in this life so the lesson that'll Goo Pinette Ron. I'm seven of my just reading your section seven. It's good to remain in bed. Awhile and listen for the a slyly hidden in sick wishes. You gotta look for these things man. They hide it's good to remain in bed. While and listen for the a slyly hidden insecure and sent in summer world to Earth especially in the in hidden would bins and my mother liked the Hog snuffing truffles followed by Skimpy Lords. And oversized for for this gaiety. Do I need forgiveness? Does the lock need forgiveness. It's blue eggs. Oh so it's a bird like thing then there's warming and hiding sound these are the Little Lo- Heavens in the nest now my chest feathers wide. Now I'm an old hand now. I'm says.

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"robert bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

04:39 min | 7 months ago

"robert bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

"Needed now. Attention to how men and women the ancient and the modern warrior and the peacemaker may seek to surprise to entertain and understand one another with Robert bly. Different ways dance together. Where William Blake imagined the city of art a place of constant interactive creation? Robert bly travels the world to make this real imagine blake with students followers worthy companions. Imagine Antonio Machado with his own school. Imagine Pablo Neruda and friends camping on the earth in early summer. Maybe Noah gathered all the animals into the Ark but Robert has sought to welcome multiple dimensions of the Human Psyche into one arc of conversation as the Feminine Become Stronger. What kinds of adjustment may be opportune in the male psyche? When Americans act more like siblings than like parents? What questions may help us to truly mature in a world war in an empire with commanders? Asleep the plight of the human what can citizens and poetry encourage do. We are very lucky to welcome Robert Bly to Oregon and to be part of this conversation with him somewhere in the back row. My father is signaling to night. We have poetry friendship courage and Robert. Bly I that image of their arc and strangely enough. I thought I'd begin with probably one of the most fattest people in the Ark and agreed sweetie. So thank you for inviting me here. And thank you for those lovely introductions nuder road all kinds of forms of his life and then later in after all the political he began to do odes to simple things can order rabbit killed on the road and old to suspenders and he did an old to my socks which I loved and read and translated. He and I read it together a number of times. So this is an Ode to my socks. And you're to think of of human beings who were able to love more and more simple things of the world motto. Mardi bought me a pair of socks which he needed herself with their own to Shepard's hands to suck as often as rabbit. I slipped my feed into them as the one to two cases of twilight and skin violence socks. My feet were to fish meat or wool. Too Long sharks see blue shot through my one golden thread to immense blackbirds two cannons. My feet were honored in this way by these heavenly socks. They were so handsome that for the first time. My feet seem to me. Unacceptable like too decrepit firemen firemen on worthy of that woven. Fire glowing sucks. Nevertheless I resisted the temptation to save them somewhere. Students collect fireflies as men collect sacred texts. I assisted the mad impulse to put them into a golden cage and give them each day birdseed.

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"robert bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

03:01 min | 11 months ago

"robert bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

"Move to Argentina. Get too many books. Eventually I'd right. The drum insists that tonight we will be a long night. The RUDRA Veena goes on insisting that there is not enough suffering. The insist that tonight. We won't be a long night. Would Ravina goes on insisting. There's not enough suffering. Go on to Vena go on growling about God I I am rubbing my big face against my little face like a blackbird flying through the knees doesn't make sense but there's a lot of fun I'm having my big face against my little face like blackbirds laying swiftly to believes okay. Good that's Internet one. No got four more. I I want to read you. Is that too much. We'll be okay for you know I did existence word existence. Now I'll I'll do. One nonexistence called eating blackberry jam. When I hear that we all belong to non-existence drive my eyes but then I raised them out of love for the little creatures of nonexistence? Some say the purchase become like each other to keep the shock. This is this comes out of the Aquarium in Monterrey and I saw these fish they were in a circle all going along. ooh And I said to my friend. What the hell are they doing that for? He said to keep the shark from coming into shark. Can't get a good fix on any one of them. That's a big excuse for crowns per to become like each other to keep the shark from zeroing in but staying alive doesn't mean they are free from non existence the cries of the infant barn swallows rising ingeniously. You know the the infant burn swallows rising from the mud nests fastened ingeniously to the rafters. This is a farmboys poem. The cries of the infant barnes rising from the mud nests fad ingeniously to their. After's taught me to love the skinny birds Eh. Taoist with their thin beards fishing all day with a straight Hook Luke. They do that they do that. Taoist with your thin beards fishing shing all day with the street hook. Tell us they have learned not to expect a whole lot from non existence. And.

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"robert bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

01:35 min | 11 months ago

"robert bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

"Close to joy but not quite there to see I finally bought. My name is kind of embarrassing wherever you are close to joy but not quite there hunchback standing in an Italian Square. You're looking in at the festival of existence. The the lesson is essentially a memory of new party. WHO has left? Noted he did that. Yeah the hunchback. And he didn't feel that he could appear there and he'd stand a little side alleys and see what is happening. This is the opponent part of it. They're going to put on the buses so I'll read you read this one allowed before never admired before it's called listening to old music and there's a very old instrument that that the Indians have called the river. Vena and I was listening to that. I don't you know what would bring me closer to you. Maybe slowing down this. Maybe waking in the middle of the night maybe diving for the bottom. Second Santa maybe silence the speed of the soul leaping over fences brings the to- forward at other times a book resting on my chest. Takes me backward into my mother's arms. Those are the two that they're going to put onto buses people look.

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"robert bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

02:14 min | 11 months ago

"robert bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

"That's when you bundle AIDS pundits that home on nine hundred ten that got a lot of letters letters from academics in Ireland or said I never knew what was until I heard that poem the Vowels House perhaps Wales Mourn and sing at their stone table five miles down on the ocean floor they more in some laws but the small finish sounds that earners in in oars INS mourn as well. We don't know what perhaps vows were. All created in a moment of Sauro before creation agrees. They've not been able to sing in this life. Are we the last answer all these little stores ings level those guys they are mourn as well. We don't know what perhaps if I were all created in a moment of several before creation agreed if they've not been able to sing in this life so the lesson that'll Goo Pinette Ron. I'm seven of my I just reading your section seven. It's good to remain in bed. Awhile and listen for the a slyly hidden in sick wishes right. You gotta look for these things man. They hide it's good to remain in bed while and listen for the a slyly hidden hidden insecure and sent in summer world to Earth especially in the in hidden would bins. and My mother liked the Hog snuffing truffles followed by skimpy lords. And oversized. For for this this gay. Do I need forgiveness. Does the Lark need forgiveness. It's blue eggs. Oh so it's a bird like thing then this warming and hiding sound. These are the Little Lo- Heavens in the nest. Now my chest feathers widen now. Now I'm an old hand now. I'm saying.

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"robert bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

02:38 min | 11 months ago

"robert bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

"For the day and everyone was quite relieved. In a way I tend to talk a lot of friends and so I would write in what had happened the day before that morning and then So one more one morning one day Marion Woodman and I were doing a workshop workshop of in candidate and we went to a party afterwards and there was a young Russian Mandera who told his story and so oh I decided the next morning I should write down what he said so I did woman called the Russian and Russian managed talking not me. The Russians had few doctors on the frontline. My father job was this after the battle is over he'd walk among them in hit. Sit down ask. Would you like to die on your own in a few hours or should I finish it most said. Don't leave me the to have a cigarette. He take out small notebook. We had no dog tags. You know I didn't realize that the Russians had no dog tastes in the Second World War he takes. I'd take on my small notebook. We had no dog tags. You know and right. The man's name down his wife his children his address address and what he wanted to say when the cigarettes has done sold as you would turn his head to the side. My father finished off one hundred men that way during the war he never went crazy. They were his people that are so beautifully said he never ruined crazy. They were his people so he came to Toronto. Did come to do so. He came to the Toronto. My father other than the summers would stand in the lawn with a hose watering the grass. That way it took a long time. He talked to the moon to the wind. I can hear are you going. You'd say to the grass. He'd say we come and go. We're no different from each other. We all are part of something we have a home. Aw when I was thirteen I said dad you know. They've invented sprinklers. Now that's what teenagers say that all all the United States Dad you know they've been sprinklers now. He went on watering the grass. This is my life. Just shut up if you don't understand.

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"robert bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

01:36 min | 11 months ago

"robert bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

"I said it can't be all bad I was talking about her and all of a sudden voice in the audience said I'm here l'aimable Eighteen nineteen twenty. What you hit a first job was I was fourteen or something? This girl Gratitude to all teachers and I I write a lot in a lake up in northern Minnesota and there's frozen. I decided to walk 'cause when we stole the cost of housing link. Tried it into some some of it didn't work as well when we started restoring the Carson frozen lake we played feed. They've never been we walk upon the on unwalked run easy who is down there but are all teachers. What are that once could take? No human way we were students then holds up our feet in goes on the head of us for a mile beneath us the teachers and around us the stillness. So I that's when when we have thinking bill in many of my teachers that's near water. Once critique no human wage we were students then holds up of heat and goes on ahead of us for a mile beneath us the teachers and around us the stillness and I remember poured Minnesota. Who said to me you have one good?.

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"robert bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

05:48 min | 11 months ago

"robert bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

"Anniversary of the beginning of the war and another side of your mind learns that also on March Nineteenth? The swallows returned to compass Toronto as they do every year. How do you live with both of those without poetry without literary arts without each of US trying to reach without Robert bly? I don't think we could my father. William Stafford was lucky in many ways but one particular stroke of luck. I should say marrying my mother. Dorothy hope among other things but in addition to that one particular stroke of luck was the friendship of Robert. Bly For this friendship brought my father other into a world at both welcomed an advanced his ways of seeing and of saying the many rooms in the mansion of Robert Bly attention are available to everyone poetry translation publishing what is written now for what is needed now. Attention to how men and women the ancient and the modern warrior and the peacemaker may seek to surprise to entertain and understand one another with Robert bly. Different ways dance together. Where William Blake imagined the city of art a place of constant interactive creation? Robert Bly UH travels the world to make this real imagine blake with students followers. We're the companions. Imagine Antonio Machado with his own school. Imagine Pablo Neruda and friends camping on the earth in early summer. Maybe Noah gathered all the animals into the Ark but Robert has sought to welcome multiple dimensions of the Human Psyche into one arc of conversation as the feminine mm-hmm and become stronger. What kinds of adjustment may be opportune in the male psyche? When Americans act more like siblings than like parents what questions may help us to truly mature in a world world war in an empire with commanders? Asleep the plight of the human what can citizens and poetry retrea encourage do. We are very lucky to welcome Robert Bly to Oregon and to be part of this conversation with with him somewhere in the back row my father is signaling to night. We have poetry friendship courage and Robert Bly the I love that image of their arc and strangely enough. I thought I'd begin with probably not one of the most fattest people in the Ark and agreed sweetie. So Oh thank you for inviting me here and thank you for those lovely introductions Bernudo road all kinds of forms of his is life and then later in after all the political he began to do odes to simple things can order rabbit killed on the road and old to suspenders and he did an. Oh my socks which I loved and read and translated. He and I read it together a number of times so this is an Ode to my socks and you're to think of of human beings who were able to love more and more simple things of the world world. Modern Mardi brought me a pair of socks which he needed herself with their own to Shepard's hands to suck as often as rabbit. I slipped my feed. got into them. As though in the two cases of twilight and skin violence socks my feet were to fish meat or wool. Aw Too long sharks see blue shot through my one golden thread to immense blackbirds two cannons. My feet were honored in this way by these heavenly socks. They were so handsome that for the first time my feet seem drew me. Unacceptable like too decrepit firemen firemen on worthy of that woven fire era of those glowing sucks. Nevertheless I resisted the temptation to save them somewhere. Students collect. Fireflies has learned. Men Collect sacred texts. I assisted the mad impulse to put them into a golden cage and give them each day birdseed.

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"robert bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

02:01 min | 11 months ago

"robert bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

"Hey It's Andrew the director of Literary Arts Literary Arts. We rely on our community. People like you for support to help make this podcast and all our programming possible. Aw Give today literary Dash Arts Dot Org forward slash donate welcome to the archive project. I'm Andrew Procter Executive Director Rector of Literary Arts The archive project is a retrospective of some of the most engaging talks from the world's best writers for more than thirty five years of Literary Arts in Portland and support for the archive project is provided by Cole. Haan Cole Haan shoes bags and outerwear go with you. While you work your way to extraordinary more at Cole. Haan Dot Com in this episode. We feature poet Robert Bly who came to Portland in two thousand six as part of our poetry downtown series born in Nineteen Twenty six considered one of the legends of contemporary poetry. He is not only the author of more than thirty collections of poems. He has also written many works of nonfiction and crucially. He introduced dozens of unknown European South American poets to a US audience through his work as an editor. Her Kim Stafford the poet laureate of Oregon made the original introduction and he did so so beautifully. And personally that. I'm going to turn the rest of this introduction over to him. One note staffer refers to quote demonstrations observing the beginning of the war. He's referring here to the second Gulf War in Iraq. So here's Oregon's poet laureate Kim Stafford introducing Robert bly. What a strange world and we live in where you here with one side of your mind that on March nineteenth there'll be all sorts of demonstrations observing the.

"robert bly" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"robert bly" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Block, you know, and in phys, Ed, always captain captain of the football team pro strongman, and then, you know, getting married at an early age. I married my high school girlfriend and then having three daughters forced me to look at. How I was wrong. And where I was stunted my growth as it related to women, and and more appropriately my inner feminine. And so, you know, what am I mentor was Paul check says that Elliott, and when I started at age thirty six I started down a what I call an it's another initiation phase. But I call it the tunnel because it really taught me a whole lot. And I was a conversation with him. He says Elliott, you're never going to become fully man until you become a woman. And I you know, he speaks mystical terms like Hjelm roll like. About yet. But then the injuries started happening. And the humility associated with it started happening, and I was really forced to go in. Remember, I talked about the vagina going in. And and I became I began to be able to relate this break down process that God was putting me through tour. Both my biceps a my achilles. Tendon? I had a hernia I fell on my head with a on a trampoline. I was able to really bring it into context through a one liner in iron, John by Robert bly, where he says every wound is a womb and he began to relate. How men particularly like physically strong men, you know, alpha type a guys like us. In the only way to to to to humble us is to humiliate us and that every wound every injury is like an opening in the body almost like a vagina where spirit can pass in. And God can finally actually start doing some integration work within our souls. So I had to be beat the fuck down and digested a simulated and spit back out of the whale in order to you know, to allow this integration to happen. The same damn thing happened to me I got wiped out with a big spot. And you know, I I never ventured down that same path ever again. Those like, no, I'm out. I'm out of here. You know, kinda like you did with strong men. What kind of blowback do you get from this? You know, people are like, dude, I'm trying to learn about how to that lift I can teach me how and you've done this. You've taught you have thousands of videos on how to dead lift and how to bench press and how to squat and how to do all these movements. What kind of blowback do you get from shifting and talking about something so different now? Well. I'm of used to blowback because I've I'm creative guy. And and so although I've already given myself one hundred percent to various different versions of myself. I realize that people become attached to that. And they believe that that's the way I'm supposed to be forever, but I get bored. I was I was diagnosed with ADHD when I was a kid, I get bored. So even though I can win. I'm a fucking winner. I win at shrimp. A win it football. I win at YouTube. I win it business with each win with each trophy. I put it on the shelf, and I move onto the next thing. And if anybody's attached to the previous version of me that that previous winner, then if I if I allow that to dictate how I go about my life. It keeps me back from the next win. So you know, you mentioned you mentioned enlightenment before. Well, this is gonna sound strange because it's like anti enlighten. -ment was like I'm gonna fucking win enlightenment hard with enlightenment. And it's like I can't go hard at them with enlightenment. If I'm still over here. Teaching you how to fucking deadliest go watch my videos, but if you're ready to take.

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"robert bly" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"robert bly" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"I love that question. Because that's what a lot of us. Do we end up projecting Armani issues on our wise, or I saw myself doing a whole lot of it that a big part of the reason why most men can't have healthy relationships with women because of the inappropriate bond with their mother that's still there. Whether you hate your mom or your super mama's boy in mama tells you what to do even though you're forty years old. They're all cultures that retained a process which I am committed to bringing back and that I am bringing. I'm back. It's a part of my ministry. Here is the rights of passage initiation for men into different phases of their life. Particularly going from boyhood to manhood and a critical. I would say the foundational aspects of the rights of passage of masculinity of being a man is what Robert bly describes in iron John as moving away from the world of the mother and atonement with the father. It's more than just an idea. It has to take on a drama. It has to be acted out symbolically, otherwise it doesn't carry any weight and elders and the men and the patriarchs aren't doing it. We ended up doing it in a pseudo way as teenagers and stuff in a digitally on healthy, and it doesn't really create that separation. But what that would typically look like is, you know, boy starts acting like a man starts feeling himself. Parents tribe elders. Recognize. Okay. It's time women and men. Not just the men, but the women understood, okay, it's time to cut the apron strings, and so they would enact a drama where the men would come in with masks and shrimp, the boy away from his mother and instantly. That would reveal his inner beta mama's boy because he's going to start kicking and screaming even though he's fourteen inch its own, no. Writes men are taking me away would act along in a drama, but it was critical for him to go through that pain. Just like a birthing pain to be cut away from his mother and being taken out of the society for a time. He needs to be set apart for a time almost like a boot camp. You can't be in society. Can't be with your, mommy. She can't know where you are right now, and you can't have contact with her while this process is going on. And so in that separation from other where I could stop there. But it been create space for atonement with the world of the father, which is a whole nother story..

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"robert bly" Discussed on The EVRYMAN Podcast

The EVRYMAN Podcast

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"robert bly" Discussed on The EVRYMAN Podcast

"I've tried to read that book twelve times and I've, I've failed twelve times. I was a, I was a server at a really nice restaurant of Minnesota and in college as server of the restaurant. And the my boss was very very, he's a dick, but he was a snooty dick and he was very, you know, literature based type guy, and we had a conversation let one night and he brought up Robert bly ahead at that point. I did. No, I do. We was, and I told him and he he like I was. I was a literature and philosophy major, and he writ me a new asshole for not knowing who Robert bly bus anyway, that. That story has no real point in being here, but I, I would love. I got to commit and do it in actually read the book. I've really had her and there's another book by all the sibling society which which in my mind may be as valuable or more valuable because it frames. It frames the lack of emotional maturation in men in a way that I think most feminists, I'm may being a feminist can read into that and say, yeah, hell, yeah, like our society is set up to stunt men's emotional maturation in such a way that we end up with in the prototypical, you know, little bland man's body. Well, let's just let's pause on that phrase little boy in a man's body. I'll just let that sink in. I think that's a powerful apocryphal phrase man. And makes me uncomfortable. I think about it, but. And it's wonderful to pull apart tune because I have a little boy in me. Beautiful love that little boy. The more connected to that golden light and fun play in fearlessness in adventure in in all of that beautiful soft stuff. Emotionality is beautiful, but who's running the show then becomes a whole different kind of question. So you know, what is the boy mentality? The boy psychology versus you know, a mature psychology. So we could just take gender out of this completely. What is immature? Psychology versus mature psychology. I like that, right? The mature psychology looks for ways to avoid a looks for ways to avoid responsibility, focuses on individual me what you can get me, how you serve me in in the in the maturation process. We see a much broader understanding of the world. We get a broader understanding. Perspectives, we are able to step out of our singular perspective to observe ourselves were able to understand the we and we step into a mature understanding of personal responsibility. Amazing said that's what you guys are doing. So let's use that as a as a lead into 'em p. nice. The mankind project got started in the early eighties out of this, and I think in response to some of the stuff that was going on in the seventies. One of the founders was feminist therapist Bill. Cal, an ex marine rich Tosi who was a general General Motors engineer at the time and a curriculum studies, professor name Ron herring. They all did a bunch of personal development work together. They did smother weekends stuff together. They. There is a workshop called understanding yourself in others in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on by women name. Trish clayson was one of my mentors that they all got a bunch out of in a cal- found himself at feminist therapist conference. So whole lot of feminists therapists, you know, strong Secondly than minist- women supporting each other challenging systems to breaking apart. How do we understand this? How do we do all this stuff in how do we support each other? How do we love each other in calculate, you know, shaking his fist God saying, we need something for the ban in Otit. I have to do it and he resisted doing that. And then he figured out, okay, who do I need any? Got those..

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"robert bly" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"robert bly" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"What were you thinking that people download the show to hear chaz regular features of course just the birds ma'am homeboy start out big photography coroner haw classic and of course the fermentation nook well that's my favorite spot yeah now some people say all right you got a program about birding so why do you have a feature called the fermentation that was my thought really but you know the reason why is it's just part of the fun of this podcast so let's talk a little bit about that you know about the fund the podcast on a hot day nothing is more refreshing than gulp of ferment milk i got a lot of friends who what's the date today this is april twenty two april two one it is oh that's right april two one and you know bill that we were here on this exact date for years ago are you kidding nope four years ago we were at island lake state recreation area on april twenty first two thousand seventeen with that's today i know it's incredible the same date for years ago so it's april and lots of my friends have just gotten back from spring break in mongolia they're telling me how much they enjoy that fermented mare's milk and now you know here on photography coroner or going to tell you how you can ferment your own milk we don't have mare's milk photography corner yes blending segments aren't they well we'll get to the picture sure it to the fermentation nook a little later i asked some tips on f stops that i want you keep his podcast going good clip i do i kind of fall behind now would you pronounce the fermented milk beverage keefer or kefir i say kefir and i think you're in the same corner with robert bly he was always what caffeine is in my heart and and entered the snow that we're falling on my wife's wrist there's a field between good and evil between a toe he and alaric meet you there oh that that is a good one that is a good one so you might say okay mr robert bly what is key for kefir well it's yogurt like drink yogurt like it's a yogurt like drink that fermented and you can fermented at home now you might say why do i want kefir well here's the thing you might be taking yogurt for the probiotics in it but yogurt is a lot like island lake stink recreation area you're only going to get three probiotics hey okay kefir is like muskegon wastewater system they both use fermentation it tastes like that yes and also there five hundred twelve thousand three hundred fifty two strains.

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"robert bly" Discussed on Art of Self Evolution

Art of Self Evolution

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"robert bly" Discussed on Art of Self Evolution

"Very difficult or painful to hear they maybe i need to process that with another person or maybe i need to read something that for me is is inspiring or meditative maybe i need to do some deep breathing on maybe i need to go get some body work and get some of those toxins out of myself and my muscles so the idea of not good bad but instead of ffective or ineffective you still get to decide if it's working or not but you get to do it without that harsh judgment it's such an being mindful yeah and i think also being mindful of of how we communicate about other people or other things in our we robert bly the poet who was very involved back in the nineties with the men's movement used to talk about how when we mine we speak we have the opportunity or when we interact of either lifting the conversation up in forward or pulling it down right and thinking about how do i want to respond not how do i wanna react reacting as non conscious but how do i want an instinct jewel so if you really endangered i want you to react i don't want you to stop and think i want you to get yourself safe we're not in danger and if we just say what is the danger here is there a danger then we can move from reaction to response response is the part of our brain are neo crew tax more evolved brain that lets us problem solve and chance to i want yeah it's such a huge that bringing back to choice having a little bit more evaluation in the moment as opposed to like you're saying reaction and it such an epidemic your work is so important right now for everyone in the you're saying about consulting just know what what what it can be for you to have have access to tools like this so that prior to becoming it you know a would you feel stressed or in life transitions or whatever the cases you already have the tools bolton there's so much i i'd love to maybe chat about having you again because there's so many current affairs i'd love to chat with you about unfortunately we're coming to the end of our time so i wanna make sure listeners out i was actually i know because it's so much good material i wanna make sure the listeners can get a hold of you that's what i'm focusing on in the moment so okay laurie kleinman dot com is your website and also the vibrancy i should give them both so laurie kleiman l o r i k l e i n m a.

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"robert bly" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"robert bly" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"Joy that we have in relationships laughing together it turns out that through an uncovering he remembers that at a very young age in school you know this is like third or fourth grade he and his friends someone tells a story it's funny story he laughs he left so hard that tears come to his eyes he's holding his belly and when he looks up his friends are all laughing and pointing at him he smiles a little bit funny one side of these face raises higher than the other and apparently is laugh is so raucous that his friends make fun of it he's humiliated he's embarrassed a psychological strategy kicks in that strategy is you'll never be embarrassed or humiliated like that again and from that day forward unconsciously this strategy operates that defense mechanism prevents him from being humiliated so he never can participate in the joy that he myths he feels it just didn't have the ability to express once he understood this he was able to begin to express that joy once again has an adult that defense mechanism which may have protected him as a child at that particular point in time obviously became obsolete in his adulthood but we don't have a right of passage we don't have a time where we leave all these mechanisms behind will we bring them all forward with us so little johnny is pulled into class by the teacher after class should say until johnny you shouldn't get angry anger is bad you don't want to express anger and janis shoves anger into what robert bly call so eloquently the long back and then later johnny stole you shouldn't do this and don't do that and this isn't acceptable and johnny should be this way and you ought to do this and johnny if you love me you do this and we build this whole no don't syndrome and we shove it into this long back and then one day we're going along trying to repress all these natural feelings and we just explode for no reason and it's usually on our why for our children and we say to ourselves why did i do that afterwards or we decide we're going to build a successful business and we going on that and everything is looking pretty good the suddenly crumbles and we don't understand that so we do it again and once again it crumbles it just dissipate because we sell sabotage we.

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