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"royal victoria" Discussed on Endless Thread
"We've reached out to the Canadian government the CIA and the Allan Memorial Institute via McGill University in the Royal Victoria Hospital. The Canadian government never responded the CIA. Said they wouldn't make someone available to talk to us. And the Allan Memorial Institute sent a response that reflects just how confusing the relationship between the Allen McGill. The Royal Victoria Hospital is the Allan Memorial Institute is the psychiatric wing of the Royal Victoria Hospital and the Royal Victoria. Hospital is one of macgill's teaching hospitals and these degrees of separation have probably made it easier for all of them to pass the buck on what happened at the Allen under Cameron's leadership there statement to US reads the McGill University Health Centre acknowledges the Doctor Donald. You and Cameron carried out. Experiments at the Allan Memorial Institute during the fifties and sixties the research attributed to him continues to be controversial and its consequences unfortunate. The courts have already established that the Royal Victoria Hospital was not considered by law. The employer of Dr Cameron at the time. He exercised his profession in an autonomous and independent manner. I guess they just want us all to die off. And then the next generation is not going to bother fighting for justice. So maybe it'll just go away but I don't know about a year. After winning a settlement for their clients in or CO versus the United States Jim Turner and Joseph route published a paper titled Anatomy of Public Interest. Case against the CIA in it. They detailed the government's attempt to quote ignore the plight of its victims and insisted that the importance of curbing that kind of arrogance could not be overstated the takeaway from that case for Vowel Co the Canadian grandmother who dared to take on the CIA and for anyone who had hopefully follow in her footsteps is that there is power in the very pursuit of justice in the pursuit of not being ignored. No matter how loudly and how long you have to Holler for it. I think it's GonNa be a hard road to hope that being said. I applaud any attorneys and any families who are still seeking justice for what happened at the on any Words of advice for those attorneys. Don't give up. Do you think your grandmother would be proud to know. The people haven't given up on trying to do that and hold this a accountable absolutely yes. Everybody deserves their.
"royal victoria" Discussed on Endless Thread
"By the time he was addressing a packed house in New York City Auditorium. Dr D you and Cameron was talking. Optimistically about new techniques for curing mental illness cameron had a lot of titles that gave his arguments credibility. He was chairman of McGill University. Psychiatry Department psychiatrist in of the Royal Victoria Hospital and Director of the Allan Memorial Institute in Montreal. All at the same time he wanted even more recognition and is planned for getting it was to reverse engineer some of the ideas. He found all this Huxley Science Fiction in brave new world. The process of solving mental illness started before birth in the real world. Cameron was taking adult patients in trying to revert them to a childlike state by using techniques to quote wipe their brains. Clean D patterning. He called it. Also that he could start over and rebuild their psyches from scratch freeing them from mental illness. One example a patient named Lou Weinstein basically reduce him to the status of an infant. Not Knowing where he was in time space and basically just being an organism this is loose son Harvey Weinstein no not that Harvey Weinstein. I usually introduce myself as Harvey Weinstein the other one the good one the older Harvey Weinstein the other one. The good one. The older one spoke to us about his father. Liu who started having panic attacks when Harvey was just a young teenager in the mid nineteen fifty s he had episodes of anxiety and went to see. Kai Trista Montreal and was unhappy with with that and was referred at that. Point to the Allan Memorial Institute under the Care of Dr Cameron who is world famous in my father always wanted the best in you and Cameron seem to be the best but instead of receiving the best or even the standard treatment for anxiety. Harvey's father was D- patterned so my father was treated at the beginning with barbiturates an enormous amounts and he was given amphetamines nitrous oxide. Lsd PCP. He was This was part of Cameron's attempt to wipe the brain clean Lou. Weinstein was kept in continuous. Sleep for fifty four days. During which his blood pressure dropped so severely that Harvey says he lost oxygen to the brain potentially causing permanent damage. A resident at the Allen also noted that Lou was electroshock twice a day to the point of incontinence they wrote. Lou was deeply disoriented and out of contact to Doctor Cameron. This was a sign of success. Lou was getting closer to a childlike state to his family was a different story so the first time I saw him. There was a significant change. It was Harvey's first trip to the Allen in nineteen fifty six so it's a memory and a winter day of going up the stairs of this terrifying lookie mansion on the top of Mount Royal going into this lobby which wasn't very nice actually in him coming down Barely able to talk barely awake. Didn't really seem to know me And his first question was about the how his own mother was doing and she had died three years before so It was kind of very frightening moment for me because this man that was there was not the father that I knew. The Father Harvey New was bullying the life of the Party. With a wicked sense of humor. An ambitious self made businessman who had climbed the social ladder. You know belong to the best golf club and my parents went to twice a week to the best restaurants and he had this kind of air about him where he was constantly selling everybody on the good life and that he was a manifestation of hard work and the good life. When Harvey's Dad Lou went into the Alan? The idea was that doctor. You and Cameron would solve his anxiety issues with his forward thinking treatments. That didn't happen. My father disappeared and what came home was shadow a shadow of a man who basically couldn't carry on a conversation who had a lot of strange repetitive behaviors. Who constantly harmed without stopping? Who slept I'd say? Most of the time totally incapable of making decisions. Her his competency was gone. His world has shrunk down to nothing. D never worked again after each forty-nine he lost his business we lost our house. Harvey's father's experience was far from unique. It was part of a specific treatment. Regimen the Doctor Cameron had been building for decades and understand where that regimen came from. You have to ask somebody who at least at one time was living eating and breathing Cameron's life story and Collins. It's a bit of a trip down. Memory Lane and published a book about Cameron back in nineteen eighty eight called in the sleep room. She discovered Cameron Story and spent three years researching this doctor from Montreal. Who is at the center of a decades old scandal involving the Allan Memorial and mind control but an had to be careful not cast judgments backwards but try to understand it from the time in from the pressure in the profession. And all of that so yeah took a while to figure out what I thought other than because at first you. Just think. Shocker shocker.
"royal victoria" Discussed on GSMC Music Podcast
"Thank you for listening to the G. S. M. C. Music podcast brought to you by the GMC podcast network. I'm your host Mickey Legal Brown. The music lovers constantly seeking positive music. You know the deal if you like what you hear. Subscribe to our show on your preferred podcast platform if you really like what you hear. Righty Review Mel. Let's get into some Music News Vanessa. Bryant honored late husband and NBA legend Kobe Bryant and their daughter Jonah during a special memorial ceremony hosted by the Los Angeles Lakers. And the Mamba. Mama Sita Sports Foundation on Monday. I'd like to talk about both Kobe and G G but I'll start with my baby girl. First Vanessa began before breaking down into tears. She was one of my very best friends. She added the gee-gee was known for her love of baking. Making people smile and doing tick tock dances. She says gee-gee was confident but not in an arrogant way in had been looking forward to high school. We will not be able to see Johnny go to high school. We didn't get the chance to teach her how to drive a car. I won't be able to tell her how gorgeous she looks on her wedding day. Vanessa added that John would have been an amazing mommy and an incredible addition to the WNBA. A comment that earned cheers from the crowd. Then she moved on to talk about her late husband after acknowledging his career in as a famous basketball player she told the crowd that he was also her sweet husband and the father of their four daughters. He was the most amazing husband. Kobe loved me more than I could ever express are put into words. He would do anything for me. She said that he looked forward to Valentine's Day special anniversary trips even making some of her favorite gifts by hand. She said that Kobe gave her the blue dress as well as a notebook that Rachel McAdams war and the two thousand four film notebook because McAdams character wore the dress in a scene when she came back to her love Noah. He isn't going to be here to drop Bianca or Capri at preschool or kindergarten. He isn't going to be able to walk girls down the aisle but I want my daughters. Sonali amazing person he was. She says that both Kobe and G G were so full of joy and adventure. God knew that they couldn't be on this earth without each other. He had to bring them home to house them together. Babe you take care of our G G we love you. She concluded the memorial was filled with performances from this generation's divas including beyond say Christina Aguilera and Alicia keys keys played. Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata Lakers General Manager and Janice Godfather Rob Pelinka explained shortly before her performance that Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata was Brian's ultimate. Love Song for his wife Vanessa. Pelinka shared an antidote. About how on one evening while away from his family Bryant longingly looked out at the moon from his hotel. Suites Grand Piano Bench in promised his close friend but he would learn how to play the classical arrangement for Vanessa as a testament of their love. Manasseh brought out Kobe's romantic side like nobody else in the world. Could he told the audience while he was away? He wanted to live in his love for Vanessa so at night under the moonlight sky. He vowed to teach himself by ear to play the first movement of Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata. When he told me this. I thought there's no way the next morning. Koby called and played me the first few measures the next morning more by the end of the week he had the entire peace mastered and he played it for me over the phone without a mistake. That's love and that's I mean. That's definitely a side of Kobe that none of us knew. I definitely didn't know that I'll I guess I before? I wasn't a huge Kobe fan mainly because it was killing the game. You know I was a kings fan was still Kinda am. Where's but I always route from my home team but when ever to Lakers would play the kings eighty teams that I like it was always Colby's I was always like Damn Toby but much love and respect so I only knew them as it that damn. Kobe always scorn making it difficult for my team's win by this this side of him. It's special and it's it's cool to know how dynamic he was as a person so speaking of memorials many musicians have paid tribute to legendary rush drummer. Nope IRT since news of his death broke on January tenth but fans will soon have the opportunity to gather and celebrate him themselves. A memorial event titled and night for Nil will take place on May sixteenth in Ontario's Meridian Century. The venue is located in Saint Catharines Pertz home town the the event which is being coordinated with Pertz family will benefit Saint Catherine's Hospital and Walker Cancer Center. The I do not know how to pronounce this Juror. Venzke Hospital in Cancer Center. The Royal Victoria Regional Health Center as well as the overtime angels a nonprofit charity that is also helping to put the event together now earlier this month. Dwayne Wade confirmed his twelve year. Old was transgender. In an interview with Ellen Degeneres. The former Miami Heat basketball players said Zaire told him and his wife Gabrielle Union. That she was ready to live my truth. Fifty cent made a joke about dwayne. Wade's transgender daughter. Ziya the power producers shared a medium on Sunday that featured image of weighed thirty eight in R Kelly during New York Fashion Week in two thousand sixteen a talk bubble above Kelly reads heard you daughter now while one above the former NBA star reads. You touch her. Qilya now fifty six posts it his caption says. Ll now this some funny shit now. Several of fifty cents followers thought his job was in poor taste. One person commented Besides the fact that Zaia was brave enough to identify herself. Dwayne also has a little baby girl so this is wrong on all levels weighed in union. Forty-seven have not yet responded to fifty cents joke on social media. Now they may not have commented on social media but Cardi B. entered stage left and has some comments in response to all the hate the weights have received Cardi spoke about age not being factor for announcement because she was born that way because she posted on her story. It's no longer there. But if you'd like to view it visit billboard dot com now Cardi ain't only defending other celebs kids but her own to Herbie. Her and Hubby offset have avoided posting pictures of their one year old daughter until recently whom I might add is a very attractive baby but Internet. Trolls always feel compelled to share their unnecessary opinions in a sense deleted back and forth on twitter captured by Hollywood unlocked. Cardi fired back at someone who said culture is not the cutest. Cardi says my daughter is very much the cutest bitch so sit down which overgrown gums it's it has since been deleted. Now that's a fake tweet dumb bitch play with your mother or in traffic. Don't play with minds when the person responded with it's called an opinion. Cardi did not hold back on hers. Okay and this is a fact bitch. You is trash. You lucky I am a change woman. I would violate your kids so bad. You would hate baby father from making them. Don't try my kids. Why would anyone come comfort. Cardi so the star did leave up a tweet with a photo of her little one writing bitch who an queue this ridiculousness. But it's Kinda funny at the same time cards funny in her response. Will people like talking about like why okay. You may have an opinion about her daughter. But why do you need to posted? Like why do we need to have opinions about the appearances of people in general specifically kids specifically babies late that baby maybe just doing baby things just eat sleep and crap in in Houston if you WANNA talk trash now sh- role on troll on all right so Riano was honored with the President's Award at the n? Double ACP image awards on Saturday. The thirty two old singer who celebrated her birthday earlier in the week received a standing ovation as she accepted the award from in W. C. P. President Derrick Johnson at the fifty first annual ceremony which was broadcast live on being team daring her moving speech the music and fashion icon entrepreneur in philanthropist called for unity and equality. I'm going to try to keep this simple because tonight is not really about me because the purpose is bigger than me right. It's not bigger than us together. But it's bigger than me because my part is very small part.
"royal victoria" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"I need them to understand that. The psychology ecology of fear is what influences neurotransmitters and neuro muscular communication. And and. So if you you know how to talk then you don't have a fear of speaking. It's the public speaking. That starts the movie in your mind in. I get asked often for my definition of fear and I go well. My definition of fear is is is intuitively created through my researching of violence. And I really believe that that the the most pristine area we can study is interpersonal violence. Because there's nothing there's nothing that would grab your attention more than suddenly somebody trying to drag you to a second crime scene or kill you and I talk about at this and say listen you know the most important skill you can have in. Life is your ability to manage your fear and I tied that back to off on legendary tangents engines. Weren't trying to remember what his talk about. But it's you know we talk about adversity if if if kids we said listen. Adversity is a scary word word. But really what it means is it's pressure and we could delicious overlook this this become. This cold becomes a diamond because of pressure. But the whole thing is you could flipping that mean when under pressure and and I can go dude Not now like me. I don't I don't need. I don't need a fortune cookie right now. I don't need read right and somebody else might go. Thank you know. And you've seen this where you post something in civil rights I needed to read this today. Fanta and it gives them that nudge to get to bed or move forward and make the phone with us to do. But I really believe that if we taught people alternative definitions for adversity in alternative definitions of fear and gave them actionable skill sets when I teach people about fear I talk to them very specifically I go. You know if you look up the definition of fear. You'll get you'll you can and get like some sort of like like academic thing you know If you're spike is triggered when the the hormone in and and then you can also get they vary you know woo touchy feely. Fear is what you make. You know you get all like this and you get a fierce like any fierce bike is when a movie starts playing in your mind that you're producing and you're the star of it but it's a horror movie so fear is your your now man to in elevator attack in your Employees three in a corporate hostile takeover employees one-two-three get laid off. And you're playing this movie in your mind where you're the producer and you're the director in your the Star and you're killing yourself off in the movie. Okay and so I tell people that the psychology fears when I'm visualizing a future event that has not happened that's immobilizing me in the present in this intrinsically ties into the psychology of this. Where how do I change the movie in my mind to give myself permission to make a move moved to do something different What people want and this is a you know when I look at People like doing performance coaching and stuff. Like that is a lot of it is I. I don't want I don't need any more haters. But it's it's it's very superficial. It's like a Swedish leadersh- massage versus somebody. Finding you know that scar tissue in going it's going to suck for a little bit but let's get into the scar tissue and that's what I do. Is I go. I don't need to get into your particular scar tissue but I'm gonNA teach you. I'm GonNa give you the equipment that you never have to call me again. If you understand this. And it's almost like a created created. A MAP will will will link photo of your show. Notes called the cycle behavior in. It's it's a fear loop It explains the fear Lupin it starts from a scenario. Reo in how you navigate getting through that scenario and I spent decades researching this even to the point. where I'd unbeknownst to me? At the time I was teaching in one of my students was a university professor on psychology but also on the board of the the Royal Victoria Hospital in the Psychiatry Department and I helped him get through a an emotional challenge. Because that's what I do with. All My students like the physical stuff is is so easy to do. It's okay you know. Had like shadowboxing kickin box. Okay go into go fight somebody on purpose or defend yourself in the street and you see and I always tell people. It's not what we believe. It's what we see and when you look at CICI TV bodycam helmet. Can you see trained people or you don't see any complex motor skill. You don't see people looking good in really violent encounters and and you know without turning turning this into a like a self defense soliloquy. There's something wrong if people are trained and they're not able to access those complex motor skills. It's because something. Nothing happened in their brain. The neuroscience is not explained properly this intersection between physiology physics psychology. It's not understood where you know. Ah Here's a trained person getting attacked by pretty unskilled person and and the good guy can't even look good and and and and that's a whole other conversation. Maybe another podcast. But I ended up when I helped this This professor through this situation he said like like you do something really different here. Would you come and talk to my colleagues as like yeah sure. Malaysia said yes and who your colleagues he says. Well it's the Department of Psychiatry Royal Victoria Hospital Squirrel and is like Royal Victoria when I lived in Canada. There's like a world renown hospital and I'm like yeah and then as it was getting closer to the date I'm like my heart starts racing got butterflies in my stomach. Why will I realized that most of what I talk about intuited which has fancy for? I made it up but I know it's real I'd go like this is real. It feels right and when I tell it to people oh I can see in their face in there is a light go on in there like holy Moly I've had through cycle behavior Email From a dad hey I got my daughter off antidepressants. She's fifteen and I used your your fear chart Mom Jen these are people that came to me for self offense but we always teach in our personal defense training 'cause I tell people listen if you can have whatever toolbox you want but if you can't access it because you're reptilian brain is hijacked your cognitive brain. It didn't matter the training out the window and there's tons of examples of the biggest and most touching feedback. I got was from a a dad who sent me an email thanking taking me for helping raise his children and I've never met this guy and I'm like reading this and he says I got your audiotape cerebral. Self-defense the mental edge ten years ago or fifteen years ago at the time and he goes and it made so much sense to me that I began sharing with my kids says youngsters and I gotTa tell you this that now that they're grown up when they're together with their peers and what they've achieved in their life like their resume. A of travel of of you know how they handled adversity in life. Because it's GonNa it's GonNa come life as rollercoaster He says like my kids are so different than their peers. And the only thing different is how they look at fear and he said I WANNA say. It was like a goosebumps goosebumps right now. Like like just thinking about that. Where the guy like he bought a fifteen dollar audiotape? Ms like a cassette back in the day. Now it's digital bright right but It's it's crazy. We did after nine. Eleven we designed an entire program for Federal Express in Fedex is the founder and in their whole team are all usually they're all former marines and so If there's such a thing usually get in trouble when I say four marina where there's no former former we are always a marine and Retired you know. And so. But they're directors security listen to the audiotape and bought. I think they had three thousand dollars a time but three thousand of those engaged every pilot. I had one email me saying. I wish I had this when I was flying in Vietnam like this is mind boggling to me because I'm not teaching people had a fly right like literally but I'm teaching them. How to balance and I said earlier how you feel influences how you think how you think influences how you feel both influence how you move move? So whether you're you know manipulating a multimillion dollar machine like an airplane or it's a front sight in trigger trigger on a on a on a on a firearm or it's you going wow Something Weird's going on at the company. You know like you're like why wasn't I invited to that meeting. Like what are the pre contact us here. And it's this is the missing ingredient to all of this stuff is. You can't be brave if you're not afraid and so if you when we go see a great movie and we see some heroic action action like where there's a there's either a visceral or internal cheering for the hero and and you know and and it's deliberately woven into into the story in the Hero's journey and all that because we know that's life that's life is going to be adversity and they're willing to overcome adversity and live happily ever after And that's an hour and thirty minutes right but but you know that you know for what you're doing and what I'm trying to do in that at that intersection is like like like how many ninety minute movies make your entire life. And so how often and do you have to be the hero in your own story and are you. Are you saying to yourself. Oh man like I guess. I'm I'm a Victim Three in in this corporate movie or this relationship or this violent encounter in and stuff like that but yeah I want to finish one thing is realized. I forgot to finish the story. I go to the Royal Victoria Hospital so nervous man because these are a PhD doctorate like in at the time. I think I was twenty seven so like everyone. There is forty fifty years old and and you know like fifty back in. The eighties was different than fifty today. There's a lot of really cool fifty today. I mean life has really morphed in in some in dramatic ways. They had given me like ninety minutes to talk. They're all sitting narrow like with legal pads and pencils and and I started talking and I'm literally trying to control my breathing chest breathing. I'm like I'm exaggerating now on the audio but as I told you lower and talk to you about fear management like it wasn't that bad but I remember being so nervous and what I was nervous about is my integrity and authenticity was not gonNA deviate from from what I teach. I was going to just share what I believed in but I never went to school. I didn't Finish College. I didn't. They have a degree in psychology. And most of what I say polarize as people people either love my material or they hate it and end Did Ninety minute talk and the guy who was my student He sitting there and he taps his Pencil and his legal pad he puts. It is now it looks up and he goes. Where did you get all this from? And I knew at that moment I had them in and I was was on point and a mayor making a joke saying well while you were memorizing Freud Janos actually interviewing victims of violence and that was really where extracted in the tapestry of all of the stories. There was a thread that Ryan.
"royal victoria" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Epic Achiever with host Marcus Aurelius Anderson
"Because at algorithm extents and and so originally early in the eighties I started thinking about confrontation management as this holistic approach recognizing that how we feel affects how we think in how we think affects affects how we feel both influence how we move. Yes and and that's the that's the missing piece in military training in law enforcement training the in self defense training in life training. I would you know my big like if I if I would call it a movement now. The last couple of years is if we taught kids had a look at fear differently. How to talk about fear how to use fears of fuel cool as opposed to you know like most people? Don't talk about it because it's like of your type a personality. You're not saying ham super scared here. You know I can look at somebody before before you know public speaking number one fear in the world and I could look at somebody backstage at a Kgo Eight Min. You're ready for your camera. I'M GONNA kill it a crush but inside you know I can look look at the person and go. I can tell this person's really scared and you know it's an interesting thing because I have no fear your public speaking and you have no fear but I can put you in a different environment and change the timeline and suddenly you're backstage hyperventilating. The and I've had that where I got asked a to go do a seminar and also talk to group this before nine. Eleven for a An air raid air air rage type symposium for pilots and. I said yeah sure. I'll do that and they go. Come in you're gonNA talk the pilots but there's also like a press conference sound like okay. Whatever and I get there and this press conference had five hundred people and it was live? TV and ended had networks. There and nobody told me that. I had never done that before. And suddenly I remember calling my wife like you know going I honey. She's like what's the matter you. Okay Yeah I just You know voice quavering chess breathing vertical breathing. I don't know what I'm GONNA say. Look at she's like calm down like she goes. You're going to be fine. Just just go start talking and but you know it's our our relationship with fear. It's interesting because when I do a deep dive if I'm working with an individual or company or an organizational Asian unit. I need them to understand that. The psychology of fear is what influences neurotransmitters smithers and neuro muscular communication. And and so if you know how to talk then you don't have a fear of speaking. It's the public speaking. That starts the movie in your mind in. I get asked often for my definition of fear and a well. My definition of fear is is. It is intuitively created through might researching of violence. And I really believe that that the the most Pristine Pristine area we can study is interpersonal violence. Because there's nothing there's nothing that would grab your attention more than suddenly somebody trying to drag a secondary crime scene. Kill you and I talk about this and I said listen the most important skill you can have in life. Is your ability you to manage your fear and tie that back to one of my legendary tangents when trying to remember what his soccer. But it's you know we talk about adversity. If if it's the kids we said let's adversity is a scary word but really what it means is. It's pressure and we could delicious. Look this this. This cold becomes a diamond because of pressure but the whole thing is you could flip me. That mean when I'm under pressure in and I can go. Oh did not now like me. I don't I don't need. I don't need a fortune cookie right now. I don't need right and somebody else might go. Thank you know. And you've seen this where you post something and and someone writes I needed to read this today. Fanta and it gives them that nudge to get out of bed or move forward to make the phone call to do but I really. I believe that if we taught people alternative definitions adversity in alternative the dash definitions of fear and gave them actionable a skillset. So like when I teach people about fear I talk talk to them very specifically I go. You know if you look at the definition of fear you'll get you'll you can get like some sort of like like academic thing you know if you're spike his triggered when the The hormone in and then you can also get the very you know. Woo Touchy feely a You know fear is what you make of all the like this and you get a fierce bike. Any fear Spike is when a movie starts playing in your mind that you're producing and you're the star of it but it's a horror movie. So fear is your your now man to in elevator attack your employees three in corporate hostile takeover employees one-two-three get laid off. And you're playing this movie in your mind where you're the producer and you're the director in your the Star and you're killing yourself off in the movie. And so I tell people that the psychology of fears when I'm visualizing if future sure event that has not happened that's immobilizing me in the present in this intrinsically ties into the psychology of this. Where how how do I change the movie in my mind to give myself permission to make a move to do something different? What people want and this is when I look at a people like doing performance coaching and stuff like that is a lot of it is I I? I don't want I don't need any more haters but it's it's it's very superficial. It's like a Swedish massage versus somebody. Finding you know that scar tissue in going it's going to suck for a little bit but let's get into the scar tissue and that's what I do is I go. I don't need to get into your particular scar tissue but I'm gonNA teach you. I'm GonNa give you the equipment meant that you never have to call me again if you understand this. And it's almost like a created a map. will link photo of it in your show. Notes called the cycle of behavior. Sure it's a few It explains the fear. Lucas starts from scenario in how you navigate getting through that scenario and spent decades needs researching even to the point. where I'd want to me at the time I was teaching in one of my students was was a university professor on psychology but also on the board of the Royal Victoria Hospital in the Psychiatry Department? And I I helped him get through a an emotional challenge. Because that's what I do with all my students it's like the like the physical stuff is is so easy easy to do. It's okay you know how to shadow. Boxing kick inbox. Okay okay go into go fight somebody on purpose or defend yourself in the street great and you see and I always tell people. It's not what we believe. It's what we see and when you look at CICI TV bodycam helmet. Can you see trained people or you don't see any complex motor skill. You don't see people looking good in really violent encounters right and and you know without turning this into a like a self defense soliloquy. There's something wrong if people are trained and they're not able to access those complex motor skills. It's because something happened. In their brain the neuroscience is not explained properly this intersection intersection between physiology physics psychology. It's not understood where you know. Here's a trained person getting attacked by a pretty unskilled person and and the guy can't even look good and and and in that's a whole other conversation. Maybe another podcast. But I ended up when I helped this This professor through the situation. He said like like you do something really different here. Would you come and talk to some of my colleagues and I was like yeah. Sure you're just said yes who your colleagues he says. Well it's the Department of Psychiatry Royal Victoria Hospital and is like Roy victory when I lived in Canada is like a world renown Ospel and I'm like yeah and then as it was getting closer to the date. I'm like my heart starts racing. I got butterflies in my stomach. Why I will? I realized that most of what I talk about intuited which has fancy for. I made made it up but I know it's real go like this is real. It feels right in when I tell it to people I can see in their face in there is a light go on in there like Holy Holy Moly. I've had through cycle behavior Email from a dad. Hey I got my daughter off of anti-depressants she's fifteen and I used your your fear chart Mom gave these are people that came to me for self defense but we always teach in our personal defense training. Because I tell people listen it you can have whatever toolbox you want but if you can't access it because you're reptilian brain is hijacked your cognitive brain. It didn't matter the training out the window and there's tons of examples of the biggest and most touching feedback. I got was from a dad who sent me an email thanking me for helping raise his children and I've never met this guy and I'm like reading eating this and he says I got your audiotape cerebral self-defense. The mental edge Ten years ago or fifteen years ago time and he goes And and it made so much sense to me that I began sharing with my kids as youngsters and I got to tell you this that now that they're grown up when they're together together with their peers and what they've achieved in their life like their resume of of travel of of you know how they handled adversity eighty in life. Because it's GonNa it's GonNa come life as rollercoaster. He says like my kids are so different than their peers and the only thing indifferent is how they look at fear and he said I wanna who was like a goosebumps right now like like just thinking about that where there's like he bought a fifteen dollars audiotape. Ms like a cassette back in the day. Now it's digital bright but it's it's crazy we did after nine eleven you know. We designed an entire program for Federal Express in Fedex is the founder and in their whole team. They're all usually they're all former marines and so if there's such thing I usually get in trouble when I say four marina where there's no former marine and Retired you know. And so but they're directors security. Listen to the audio tape and bought that I think that three thousand pilots time bought three thousand of those they gave them to every pilot. I at one email me saying I wish I had this when I was flying in Vietnam like look. This is mind boggling to me because I'm not teaching people how to fly right like literally but I'm teaching them how to balance. I said it earlier. How you feel influences is how you think how you think influences how you feel both influence how you move? So whether you're manipulating a multimillion in dollar machine like an airplane or it's a front sight in trigger on a on a on a firearm or it's you going wow Something Weird going on at the company. You know like you're like why wasn't I invited to that meeting. What are what are the pre contact us here? And it's this is the missing ingredient. All of this stuff is you can't be brave if you're not afraid and so if you when we go see a great movie and we see some heroic action there's a there's either a visceral or internal cheering for the hero Europe and and you know and and it's deliberately woven into the story in the Hero's journey and all that because we know that's life life that's going to be adversity in their overcome adversity and live happily ever after.
"royal victoria" Discussed on Motor Sport Magazine Podcast
"Pure. Luxury alone with along with performance, but thing need to win a few more races before going to get one of those basically the cost salesman as well. As race in drove the let's let's let's go back to your day job. I mean hard to stop. He was was was some sort of a strong family connection with the sport back in the day. Or was it something you discover yourself as a kid yet from from. I was a kid and motor sport was was in three are high semi dad's. He rallied back in Northern Ireland and risked go-carts as alleman will know. My my mom did some co-driving for my does. But even before that's my grandfather marriages. Yeah. They the never seem to fall light. But you but before that McGrath father had at a real passion for for motorbike racing. Unday particularly road racing an airline, which is still a Muslim. And so I was brought up a local bike races my dad's sponsored local writers. He's he sponsored some local team Sunday. That was my mood sport education. You know, go into that l'amante t the north west two hundred and you know, just seeing that the spades. And the commitment of of of those writers, but I was always pushed away from from two ways. You know, we being involved in the sport. We saw the dangerous. We saw the accidents. You know, I remember only too well going to to the Royal Victoria hospital in Belfast to see Phillip McCallen when it come off the bike on. It was the closest thing I'd seem to to today on you know, his body was was in. Vets. And yeah and used to that that wasn't for me. So am I mean, how did you cut it until I suppose I hadn't really considered it? But you know, as as a kid that probably scared me on I thought I want to be I don't wanna be him. You know, I don't want to be in here. So so I have two brothers Sunday. My my older brother started started racing go karts cadet go-carts knots cornered in Northern Ireland. I Nazli followed them into the sport. Just just as a hobby just does. But if on something today at the weekends. How long was it before you? I mean, you you progressively coats ABI media pretty well. And goes get okay. I was an average Carter. Yeah. I was for me motor sports in those early years was was just a bit of fun. And I didn't take it seriously. It's all you know, I was I did my reacing, but I was more interested in just having a bit of player by with with the other kids. I was racing against and think carting back back when I did it. You know, that's you know, that's more than twenty years ago was wasn't as serious as as I say it is nigh, and yeah, it was just something today at the weekends with with the family. And you know, I was I think I won some. I won many racist. But I wasn't a top level Carter average. Oh. And by the way, I wouldn't really races. Yeah. Right. But one interesting story as you go karts can be quite fickle and unreliable and as a kid all you wanna do quiet and put some laps and keep going round and round, and what frustrates me the most was with the go carts was on the Saturday practice. Qualifying cart would be perfect. It would be singing. You would be. You'd be up the sharp end. You put it in in in the truck take it the next day. I wouldn't start wouldn't go. What's what's going on here? So it got me that much that after four years of carts said I can't take this anymore. That's I've I've had enough. I'm not enjoying this. So off I went to play golf. And the lasted all of six weeks. Slightly longer than not I wanted to do something completely different. And yeah picked up a set of golf clubs, son. And I really enjoyed it. I love you know, obviously, it's the polar opposite. I think of of motor sport. Bit taper. But you know, on we're blessed for some grit courses on clubs in in Arlon. So you know, I enjoyed playing golf, but there was always a suppose that burning desire and passion for motorsport. Do you still play not enough Noah clip play crazy Gulf? Pitch and putt. But no, I just don't like like most.
"royal victoria" Discussed on KOMO
"As far north as Royal Vancouver yacht club in Royal, Victoria, yacht club attending what's the time? Commitment involved to put this parade together. Bob. Well, we start last year. We started in November with our planning process. We have about fifty different subcommittees two hundred fifty club volunteers the full full club staff. And so the last few months before opening day, it largely becomes a full-time job. Are there any requirements for the vessels involved here? Chris Serb at the most important part is just to have fun. And how people go about doing that. Are they wacky costumes or Newsweek, or what else do you see through the years while everything you just described? I mean, we've had bans on boats live bands on boats, we've had incredible decorations depending on the themes of the, you know throughout the years. And so there are people who get very competitive. With their their decorating. And then there's also the dress classes with people in their club uniforms, and they take a salute. But you know, again, it's all about fun, gentlemen. One of the best parties that I know of in Seattle, and it starts Saturday morning have fun. Thank you for your time and explanation. Thank you Bill. It's been a pleasure. Thank you built best place to watch the crew racing and the boat parade montlake bridge or either side of the cut Bill Swartz. Komo news. And maybe the best weather for that. We've seen in a couple of years, and I sure remember that sunscreen that water is going to be reflecting a lot of sunlight ABC world news is next. I'm going to say, it's me, your heart. High blood pressure is serious, and I can quit whenever I want. Just treat me better. After all we're in this together.
"royal victoria" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"She felt discomfort and went to the emergency department the pill packet did not show up an x Ray. And the woman was described as quote fit and well by doctor I'd be like Like I can't. there is something. I know doctors told her to come back if there was no improvement and the woman was in the hospital three days later, that's three days of being like, I should go back. Yeah. She spent two nights in the hospital where she was treated with steroids and painkillers until her symptoms improved. And was then discharged, by the way. She's what's in their heads about them. Not getting how fuck do. You know, once you're putting your body Snapple lady would've known number one number off. Offman hospital should have been able to see that. Something was in there. Five days later, she returned to the hospital to have a special x Ray, then focuses on the back of the mouth and throat. But the results were determined to be normal. What no how bad is the medical equipment there? Visit to the hospital. And the Royal Victoria, Victoria hospital in Belfast doctors performed a camera test and finally pinpointed the issue. Oh, yeah. That fucking thing in your. And by the way, like that's the point at which the doctors are like, no, no, no. We're not the idiots. You're the idiots. Don't remember doing this? You don't remember sucking this in a whole deal where did it go? Everybody's dumb. Ran everyone in the story is oh everybody's dumb. She spent two nights in the hospital. Where was images taken showed the pill packet lodged in the woman's throat, and it was safely removed seventeen days after ingestion? I wanna she still feels it. You don't get like a phantom foe handed. Phil. Yeah. Tim pill. Paper cuts like in your throat. She'll never deep throat again a pill packet. Okay. Got story. Number two. Oh, that's a woman. Like, no your body. I mean, that's what we're just going to say she knew her body. They didn't trust her put a camera down. But she should know her body to know enough like not follow that wonder, it'll than I wonder what could have what could be causing this, right? How drunk are you to not know how to put that in? Yeah. What would you ever like been grabbing for something on like your nightstand? And then you think you got one thing, and then it's another thing. And then before you know it. Yeah. Cancer is a love. She said. Not gift one. She added that the morning after she swallowed the packet. She felt discomfort and went sushi knew she did it. Yeah. That's like how she thought. She was supposed to seventeen days later. She was like this hurts. She said the day after all my God this, and she wouldn't she run through all the things that she did. Okay. I tried to take a pill last night. Maybe I didn't check the pill. Oh, I just put the whole the whole thing. Right. No does not dissolve doesn't story to down to the boats. Tease us. What's going to happen in story? I can try. Oh, it is a fun. Oh. The cops want the public's health. And it couldn't be from more dumb. People town reason I love it cred fishers with us one half of guys we thought right? And we're back with more right after this. There's more. Hey, guys. Welcome back to DP t-. We're in Fisher, by the way. Great follow on the Instagram's on the Twitter's philanthropy, Gail McGrane, very bathroom. All the grape about follow this. Go grave markers for a good time. Follow dockers agree for a good time. Followed five soccer's agree. She's a great. It's at philanthropy philanthropy gal, we do it too..
"royal victoria" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Would you do that? I mean wonder if she's a anti Bernier pro Bernie. Hear Bernie look at these take a look at these Bernie's typically. You know, Bernie rallies work to I love how I saw this in the article she was the only person at the rally to undress as if this is a common thing ahead, Bernie rallies. They all unrest. Socialism in action because she had pictures and writing all over torso and arms, clearly a statement. You really couldn't read the messages they're unclear but she was trying to convey something. Yeah. They don't say what she was trying to convey. I'd love to hear that if she was a conservative or a liberal or a socialist, a pro Bernie, you're an anti Bernie girl. Come those women never show up to our broadcast and understand it Bill step up your game. But she the what is her name. Royal is her last name, Victoria, Royal, Victoria, Royal name about four forty five pm. She ignored a police officers demands to put her shirt back on man, put your shirt on please. But photos show, she was eventually restrained on the ground. And led away by three officers who probably got chewed up with their wives when they got home. She had writing all of her torso and arms. It was unclear. What message he was trying to convey somebody's bounded wish we could find out what the message was. But she was they'll just reenacted it. I'm not even kidding. It was horrified. They said it was the only person at the rally to undress like. Several other people under arrest. It's commonplace to just take your clothes off and run through rallies. Maybe it is at a Bernie rally. She was arrested on misdemeanor charges of exposure of sexual organs and resisting an officer without violence and taken to the Hillsborough county jail butter. Bail information was not available.
"royal victoria" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The the tragic nature of watching people die one after another so there's a mixture of emotions this realization that this is potentially good hunger strike lawrence reached his sixty eighth day on hunger strike his family was called in to be by his side the bottom of the bed and the mollison unstirred crying and the father my brother and sister it again i said it wasn't coming off hungerstrike muller and hold on do numbers or sand would you have to do and what to do when lord slipped into a coma his mom had him hospitalized and brought back to life days later in the icu the royal victoria hospital he heard a woman's voice a nurse not moment i realized that it was alive was that are happy to be alive or saudi just knew it was alive what must have happened and me to be there in the tens of care unit and no real sense ation of what mantar by othello bed he was transported back to the prison where some of his comrades were still on hunger strike another was a very stark citizen because he was very unstable has already see i do often with the aid of prison guards or as possible individual sales where some people were selling homeless training i can hear the the noises that you would associate with over straight which is through on a water or just signs of ovallis and then you waterless friends comments from some of the prison guards was here's another field hunger straighter i didn't go back on the bull part through that anyone who was taken also straight by their vomit none of them when five on at the end but that's the age there was a realization that what out to be called off not caused a lot of soul searching between farmland comrades we had a job to do on the job has been fallen tears ira but at the same time we had family she loved as a reload so i think we did what we should do i did what he believed they should do that.
"royal victoria" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Breaking hearts of their mothers and fathers colson where families can understand the tried you need you're over there watching people die one after another so there's a mixture of emotions there's realization that this is potentially could undermine hunger strike lawrence reached his sixty eighth day on hunger strike his family was called in to be by his side the bottom of the bed and the mollison the set of sister crying the following through it again i said i wasn't coming off streak muller and home home you know what you have to do what i do when lord slipped into a coma his mom had him hospitalized in brought back to life days later in the icu the royal victoria hospital he heard a woman's voice a nurse that moment i realized that i was alive was that are happy to be alive or saudi alive just it was alive what must have happened and delighted to be here in the tens of carrying it and i had no real sensation of what that meant or felt about it he was transported back to the prison where some of his comrades were still on hunger strike was very stark citizen because i still very unstable has frayed already see they do often with the aid of prison guards or djilas possum individuals sales where some people were selling home restrained they can hear the noises that you would associate with hunger strike which is throwing up a water or just signs of ovallis and then you lamar materials france comments from some of the present guardless here's another field hunger straighter i didn't go back and homosexuals i just didn't have the part is that anyone who was raped by their filming of them went by on the end but that stage there was a realization that what out to be called off not caused a lot of soulsearching between farmland homeless basically we had a job that here on the job has been volunteers ira but at the time we had family she loved us i think we did what we believe you should i did what i believe i should day boards mccune went on.
"royal victoria" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The iron will of the protesters admitted match not in the unforgiving prison system or and margaret thatcher but in the force that erupted from the breaking hearts of their mothers and fathers coast where we can understand the tried you need you're over there watching people die one after another so there's a mixture of emotions realization that this is potentially could prevent hunger strike lawrence reached his sixty eighth day on hunger strike his family was called in to be by his side the bottom of the bed and the mollison of the set of insister crying and the follow through it again i said i wasn't going north on streak muller and wishes holman you know what you have to do and i know what i do when lord slipped into a coma his mom had him hospitalized in brought back to life later in the icu the royal victoria hospital he heard a woman's voice a nurse not moment i realize that i was alive was that are happy to be alive or saudi labor just was alive you must have happened and delay in intensive care unit and i had no rails in sation of what that meant our fellow abetted he was transported back to the prison where some of his comrades were still on hunger strike and that was a very stark cities because he was very unstable and still freight see i do often with the aid of prison guards or julius possum individuals salesperson piddle was telling restrained they can hear the the noises that you would associate with homer straight which is throwing up a water or just signs of ovallis and thank you mcdonald's france comments from some of the prison guards was here's another field hunger straighter i didn't go back was just an all the way through that anyone who was straight by their vomit none of them went back on the end there was a realization that what out to be called off not caused a lot of soulsearching between farmland comrades basically we had a job to do on the job belvedere has been volunteers ira but the time we had families you reload so i think we did what we believe you should i did what he played i should day boards mccune what onto right some fantastic place about the hunger strike and.
"royal victoria" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"We can understand the the tragic nature of watching people die one after another so there's a mixture of emotions this realization that this is potentially could undermine hunger strike lawrence reached his sixty eighth day on hunger strike his family was called in to be by his side the bottom of the bed and the set of sister crying it again i said it wasn't going north on streak muller and them on remember or sand dune would you have to do and what i do when lord slipped into a coma his mom had him hospitalized in brought back to life days later in the icu of the royal victoria hospital he heard a woman's voice a nurse that moment i realize that was alive was that are happy to be alive or saudi alive just yeah it was alive what must have happened and delight to be there in the intensive care unit and i had no real sensation of what mantar by othello bet he was transported back to the prison where some of his comrades were still on hunger strike another was very stark citizen preservers i still very unstable and still afraid can hardly see i go on with the aid of prison guards or positive individual sales where some people were selling home restraint and can hear the the noises that you would associate with restraint which is a we thrown up a water or just signs of ovallis and then you lamar motorhomes friends comments from some of the prison guards was here's another field hunger striker i didn't go back and holistic was just an all the way three that anyone who was taken straight by their vomit none of them went by on the end but that's the age there was a realization that what out to be called off not caused a lot of soulsearching between farmland comrades basically we had a job that here on the job new volunteers naira but at the same time we had family she loved his reload so i think we did what we believe you should i did what he believed i should in a.
"royal victoria" Discussed on KOMO
"Next year we'll be spent holding dozens of mental and non profits accountable for actually getting people placed in the permanent housing because we believe we are going to be more successful move people to permit homes away from homelessness and into their own home uh uh our ultimate goal is and that's the course that we're beginning to fall and mean housing subsidized by sell taxpayers not in seattle and fortunately they're going to be times when that means that people will be living outside of their ideal community but i think that that's much more important than an an environment in which people continue to live under a bridge or in a tent or in their vehicle there's also less funding for overnight shelters where a person gets kicked out in the morning and more or for twenty four seven lobi area to entry shelters the city's navigation center where people can stay longer but that's been a problem the road to permanent housing is clogged q transitional housing projects dot com ciro of out and there were many winners and losers the lowincome housing institute did not get the one million it had asked for and we'll have to close its urban rest stop in the eu district which provides hygiene services to the homeless the city says it's duplicate services we're very concerned about the public health impact john john fund hygiene facilities the low income against is one of several agencies that saw reductions in funding and they can appeal that decision and into matt markevic news for what it's worth i'm cheri preston she's she's an actress she's divorced she's biracial a next spring she'll be walking down the aisle next to prince harry weena next the queen prince harry is very close to his grandmother he was very keen to make sure that neck and neck tire and they got to know before and now constant with may be royal victoria murphy says even though can markel is an actress she still leads to get to know the british press and shall take cues former sisterinlaw i think like kate they will very much to ease hiring to official life so probably see now and between a wedding is maybe two three public engagements alongside prince harry.
"royal victoria" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Big bloody battles including them one of the most terrible in history and that was passion dale or hugh i was awarded for his gallantry what affected passion dale have on colonel sharp well i i think anyone for forward passion deal uh uh regardless of what side you were on uh headed an incredible impact on of those witnessed it and managed to survive it uh i think it was approximately six months there was a uh a million men and killed over that period or from both sides are horrendous amount of death and um i know from my experience with a death that um it's just a miniscule compared to what these guys experience i you know i i i feel ashamed and even comparing it to what they experience but the impact on the man uh he lost the good friend uh near the end of the war and that seems to be the uh the straw that broke the camel's back i think uh i think he had seen these 1100 and 45 i'd guys that uh he was uh involved in recruiting for the 100 and 16th battalion and a lot of them he knew personally and to see on nine hundred oughta of them disappear with various different wounds and uh it's uh it's a sobering thought he was on the back in canada for a few months out when he was he was in hospital for nervous shock and accurate he jumped from window at royal victoria hospital in montreal to his death he was uh apparently the story goes that i heard was that he was to be observed twenty four seven and for sole reason uh one of their superior orderlies were called out on a temporary basis in uh i guess he took the opportunity to end his wife his wife and i think that it's uh uh called goes survivors remorse very common amongst the military and those who serve and um they just feel guilty for surviving this is another member of parliament served in that that war and died in combat yes and bigger judge baker and he has a sculpture in the slaying dedicated to him it did you see that this is something important debt we recognize.
"royal victoria" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM
"Calcium in the blood they keep you hungry onto keep on eating until you have enough calcium so why is calcium shell a porthole first of all it's 16 percent of your bone mass directly but it accounts for about sixty five percent of your bone because you can't make calcium hydroxy appatite without calcium at the heart of it so obviously it's all the bone health and it makes the bone strong like granite calcium to shorter sting in your palm now the second thing is you need calcium for your nerves to work you cannot enervate unnerve without couch unique calcium for your muscles to work one reason why you're muscle spasm and become flaccid and really fatigue than soar after you too intense exercise is 'cause you pumped out all the calcium because calcium makes the muscle fibers work sheeny calcium free and our any calcium for you bomb any calcium for your muscles unique calcium for your heart your heart depends on calcined habash steady rate of beating a predictable heart beat pattern not an arithmetic unique calcium for your blood vessels to pop up for good blood flow you also lead calcium a little bit the brain so block the access of heavy metals such as lead the council's like really important it has a lot of different activities unique calcium to excite an activate things like you nerves your is your heart your brain your muscles so if you lack calcium you literally can die from arrhythmias that's the truth and if you lack calcium you'll lose bomb you have to replace to calcium you replace your entire skeleton every ten years your entire sculpture by the time you're sixty you've replaced her entire shelton sixtonne qiao shi musallam portent for that but also there's evidence and a lot of it that calcium prevents cancers so here's a study from ireland a bunch of at northern ireland actually royal victoria hospital the sit there for public health coetzer etpm epidemiology and health services all up in belfast it's in the journal gastroenterology several months ago and.
"royal victoria" Discussed on WJDX
"Let's sweat and tears have a number two hit with spending we'll popular rising the so called brass track movement that includes be a steve chicago an electric player on kind of made known those an listening to my heart radio for more from nineteen sixty nine coming up he needs to take i think the way they didn't get in here to talk to you about what we did wanting was likely to number ten on the list date with the adding number nine net with all the drama with the that slur and if i never hear the term emotional intelligence again that's totally fine by me the number eight grave mattingly and the numbers that then the real housewives of atlanta is joe victoria came in number six this week fallen by element three and number five aren't bag more than halfway there are a number for the royal victoria again at number three and this time the episode let the clock work it with the return of td i see this week and of course the levy about the number two was to watch show this week one and on and then number one adam secretary alright nine happy watching hammel's on again next week that this league stop tds dream russell wilson here to play sixty united way in a film helping kids play at least sixteen he can get him ninety play lastly sixty he gives everything brought to you by united way and yeah they there it is to go i'm having a stroke gonna sick my handle what i'm having a stroke wow you're not even moving your arm i'm having a stroke are you okay i'm having a screw your face looks weird to i'm having a stroke are you haven't a sees you or something i'm having a stroke when someone is having a stroke they.