35 Burst results for "Salon"
Paul Kengor Suggests We Reached Immunity Between Vaccinated and Naturally Immune People
"He writes the following So, according to the CDC itself. An estimated 120 million Americans have been infected with Covid. Then there are another 200 million plus have been vaccinated. Many of those infected were pressured into getting vaccinated anyway. Still add up those numbers, and there's surely close to 300 million Americans with natural immunity, artificial immunity. Out of 330 million In many of the 330 million are Children, babies. So the natural immunity question is crucial. And yet the feds aren't even discussing it. Well, this is my point. As well. When you throw around the unvaccinated Joe Biden is assuming that people out there will be as stupid as he is and say, Hey, yeah, he's 80 million. Unvaccinated. Say, Wait a minute. Whatever. I've got immunity and but you're not vaccinated. Don't like that. I am vaccinated. But that has nothing to do with anything. I wonder if Salon what was that puts his name Zachary something rather Mr Producer. Pitzer rally. Pizzarelli, pepperoni. What was his name? Anyways, a little. He's a mental midget. Zachary over there. It's salon, speaking of left wing cook sites. I wonder if Zachary is going to write articles. About this. What it means to be unvaccinated, and that Joe Biden first was opposed to the Trump vaccinations. Now he can't get enough of them. Or Kamala Harris. Same thing. He'd rather write about. The poor souls who've been in talk radio who passed away. This is how sick these bastards are.
When You Abort a Baby, You Kill a Baby
"With the pro abortion crowd is their irrational. They're irrational. If somebody shoots a pregnant woman kills the woman and kills the baby. They're charged with two counts of murder. Should they be charged One count of murder. They say, Follow the science. I hope the falls, it's salon and the fools at Vanity Fair paying attention Follow the science. We have more and more scientific knowledge and expertise when it comes to pregnancies. And the ability to save babies earlier and earlier. Is that a baby? Or is it not? And What makes it a choice and not a baby. They have to change the subject. They have to change the argument. What everyone's position is. You have to admit when you're Boarding a baby. You're killing a baby. That's what you're doing. It's a human being. So they just blow it off as a choice. It's not just a choice. It's not just a choice, and it's not really People like me, are you It's really shouldn't just be one person's decision. I understand it's one person's body. That it's it's a lot more complicated than that. Because there's nobody representing the baby. But this is part
Is This the Beginning of the U.S. Decline With Biden as President?
"I never thought I'd see the day. When the the European Union effectively Was more concerned about this than we are. Don't mean you and me. You know what I mean? It really is incredible. And so the question I put on the table right now is Is this the beginning? Of America's decline, not because of anything you've done. That's not my point. Is this the beginning of America's decline? And the rise of the communist Chinese. We've talked about it. They seem to have been poised. But now has fate lined up in a way. And that we are presented with exactly the wrong president. Exactly the wrong Congress. Exactly the wrong military. National security leaders. Exactly the wrong time in history. What will the books say? 100 years from now? What will they say of us? That this was the time and this was the place. It could well be It could well be They've devoured So much of our culture they trashes from within. They undermine us from men. You know, guys like Tom Nichols. And organs like salon. I'll get to them next week, but you get the point.
Lorde: Solar Power Album Review
"Power is lord's third album the first pure heroin. That's heroin with e. Put it on the map with an assist from a breakthrough. Single royals the second album. Melodrama came out in two thousand seventeen was hugely. well received. It's a break-up record full of melancholy pot-bangers and now solar power has her back with a more subdued sound both the title track and the single stoned at the nail salon position lord as a worldly and weary twenty four year old. Who seen it all found a bit of peace with their life and begun to wonder what's next once again. She's working with producer. Jack antonoff who works on absolutely everything these days. But lord is the one taking center stage throughout this record latisha. I'm going to start with you. What do you think a solar power. Okay so i am still sitting solar power as i always. Do you know melodrama. I did get along. We first met But your main submission in here. We are what strikes me about. This new record is lawrence attempt to reconcile the healing properties of nature. You know the wonders of the external world with the inner inherent anxiety being a young adult Infamy of the media life. When you're pop superstar i liked that there. Are these lush silky soundscape. S- you know has more organic instrumentation than her previous records contrasted with you know for boating introspective lyrics. Like when i'm listening. I imagine horri- center forest collecting mama's speaking iraq's casting spells her stephanie. Like songstress You get lost in a backout of these. Launch shifting is right. Move for outlets by nature you know. We hear field combination of every whisper. Cord note All at once like on a hiking
Salon's Best Attack on 'American Marxism' Is a Minor Correction?
"Is a putrid little comrade over something called Salon salons been around a while It's been funded by radical leftists. I would argue. It's part of the whole American Marxist movement. That's just my opinion. And he was enquiring. Why did Mark Levin used the word Franklin score rather than Rather than the What is it? Further school. Said. What Rather than the Frankfurt school. Have talked about Herbert Marcos many times. And in the book, I called it. He came from the Franklin School. It's the Frankfurt school. I think once or try some TV I referenced as the Franklin scope. Don't know why it stuck in my head. Ben Franklin Franklin. Whatever it was So several weeks ago, I mentioned the publisher We need to correct that The book is 85,000 or so works long. There's endnotes to the writings of Herbert Marcus. In the books. It's mentions that he was with The Frankfurt school. So this guy says, I've committed an act of fraud, Mr Producer Here's the thing I'll deal with him later. That's the best they can do. That's the best attack you can launch. It's not an attack at all. In fact, it's the opposite. In a strange way. It's a pat on the back. We looked and we looked. Trust me. We're at Salon. Comey Bastards. Yeah, yeah, where it So we're looking and we're looking and we're lucky wave. He said Franklin, not Frankfurt. Franklin, not Frankfurt.
Let's Talk Tomatoes!
"This week. We're going to talk about tomatoes. That'd be nice. Yeah so tomatoes. Are they a fruit. Or are they a vegetable and are they healthy or are they not good questions. Yeah these are all good questions questions. That i get often. So we'll start with the easy one. Are they a fruit or are they a vegetable so Botanically speaking they are a fruit. Oh so they. Although you know they don't have the types of naturally occurring sugars that some of the sweeter fruits have so we tend to typically use them in our american diet as a vegetable so they tend to go better with the more savory types of Other vegetables knows. I can salads or even using a sauces and things rather than like you know. You're not gonna see somebody making a tomato pie like you would see the making an apple pie right so yeah so they are a fruit and you know in the botanical world. Anything that has seeds. An appeal is considered a fruit. So we would even consider things like cucumbers pumpkins of fruit. Well then of course avocados are a fruit too So now are they healthy or are they not you know. There's a lot of controversy around this because Historically people used think that tomatoes would kill you. What yeah this cels like. If you go back into the eighteen hundreds people used to think that they had poisons in them and that if you ate them you would get toxic and that you you know potentially could be could die from them so there's been always kind of like a dark side history to tomatoes and in fact Their botanical name is salon. Selenium lyco per succumb which means nightshade wolf peach and this refers to the former belief that like a wolf. This fruit was dangerous. And isn't that an interesting kind of history on the name yes interesting. Yeah but anyway Tomatoes are not really dangerous And you know for some people. They might create a More of an inflammation in the body than than In somebody else so we'll you know we'll get to that in a minute but there's lots of different types of tomatoes and they have many different health benefits so you know. I would usually give my thumb up to tomato but we tend to see a lot of you know maybe about ten different varieties of them that we would see in the store. We see the beefsteak type. The grape tomatoes the roma's The heirloom tomatoes on the vine which we tend to see. But actually if you were to grow your own tomatoes you have about four hundred different seed varieties to choose
Do At-Home LED Masks Really Work?
"Led which stands for light emitting. Diode is one of my all time fave treatments to have done. And i know you probably feel like i say that all the time but this one really is. It was about five years ago. That i i started getting only locks which is a type of professional in salon light treatment and it helped clear up my acne more effectively than anything. I'd tried over the decade prior. Now we've done an hoskin expert episode on light therapy and what it does so we will link that in the show notes fee to get more data if you missed it but i'll do a summary for you. Led therapy is noninvasive. It's a treatment that uses different wavelengths of light to visibly improve in rejuvenate the skin. So it's actually nasa technology which is like spice in shish. That's the scientific way to explain. Nassar that was adopted by the skin. Care community thanks to its ability to heal wounds and tame inflammation and actually my lady. That does my omni omni literally said. Look if you've got a really bad injury. Oh cuddle. Something she's like pulpit onto the omni lock slide and it's really good at like healing and timing that inflammation so the different wavelengths target different areas within the skin by sending energy into the cells to stimulate natural cellular responses so the most common lights used the blue light frequencies which is typically used to treat acne. So that's what. I started with all those years ago while red is used for anti aging concerns. So let's chat about the at harm. La mosques that make us a look and feel like power ranges. obviously the ad harm devices a less powerful than the treatments. You'd get at a salon which means it'll take longer and more used to see visible results swear professional. Led treatment would have me looking. Glory town healthy. After a single session. It would take about three to four weeks of daily at home. led mosque to see the similar result. And trust me. i have done that
Masks or No Masks? Many Businesses Err on the Side of Caution
"But it's co most Brian Calvert found out There's at least one industry still requiring face coverings, no matter what. It seems like a no brainer to this woman. Our industry. It's still Highly recommended. She owns a salon hair, Manny's and Pettis. It's a very intimate close contact service, right? We have no way of social distancing and some appointments run longer than three hours. She's requiring masks for everyone. Other businesses are choosing to do the same and customers. If you go inside any large store around here, the majority of customers are still wearing masks. Even though we know many of them are vaccinated. Every single life is somebody somebody right and I include myself in there that my grandmother died of Covid meet Crystal Monday. She's still big on wearing a mask. Even though she's vaccinated. She knows others feel the same way for several reasons. They don't really know. Which places they can go to safely. They don't know the vaccination status of people. He's even created a website revealing what businesses in her Vancouver BC neighborhood still require masks, she tells CTV. The website went up this past weekend. By Wednesday, she had to pull the sites comment section because just as there is a vocal group still supportive of wearing a mask. There's a very vocal group that feels otherwise. And I had to pull that because people were going in and making false entries. And then, of course, putting harmful content or, you know, calling people sheep, telling them not to wear a mask. Our salon owner realizes some people are ready to ditch the face covering. She's just not comfortable taking any chances yet. I know that there will be a few people that are quite upset about it. It won't be forever. If you still feel strongly either pro or anti mask an important consideration. Perhaps everyone can agree on right now, as we make a transition is good, old fashioned capitalism. Customers can choose where they feel the most comfortable shopping and at this point there appears to be stores that cater to both sides of this ongoing conversation. Brian Calvert. Common use Comeau
Interview With Visual Design Student, Cherry-Ann Davis
"All right so tell us who you are and what you do. I m cherian. Davis and i am currently a masters students at zurich university of the arts studying. Visual communication. Design and zurich. That's zurich in switzerland correct. Yes rica's onset salon. I left my good hot. I land in zurich. Another parts of do that. I've not been before. Well first of all. I never left my country for longer than a week before moving to switzerland. Wow yes and you've been there. I think you told me earlier. You've been there. Since february of last year yes february. Twenty twenty. I moved to hyperactive my four suitcases. It's everything that i wouldn't. And i hold their in my life and i brought with me so many books and i came by myself in a new field. How's it been adjusting to everything. Well one months after arriving. There was a global lockdown. So that's a judgment period was quite hot. Because i didn't know anybody person that i knew he kinda like drop me as soon as i got to switzerland's in up on them iq by myself not knowing anyone in flatwoods to other people upstairs on the people who were on my floor left. They went back to their countries to spend quarantine or their families to spend that time. And i was just by myself. Yeah being new to school not even having time to meet my classmates. I'm gets new them. It was rough. It was real hard. My goodness i can only imagine. How did you get through that while. We're still getting it right. I am still getting true. North brands like i prayed a lot and i spoke to my therapist a lot. Because as much as you think that as much as i was repaired mentally too moves another country. I was not prepared mentally. It's a move to another country and be in so much isolation. Although i lived on my own and i was back in trinidad i. It was something that i could not comprehend
When To Ignore The Professionals
"Hey ladies i have just left my first skin consultation. And i'm a bit confused and i think i need your help. I knew that the place i was going would obviously push a skin line that they stock and sell which is fine. I was totally prepared for that. But the consultant went as far as saying that i shouldn't trust any supermarket or drugstore brand and even some products that i buy from places like a dole beauty which also stokes the same brand that they talk sir was she being a total smelled or is there any merit in what she was saying. Thanks bye put her in the bin girl. I am would tear in skip chucker in. Let's cancel her. Honestly this totem pole. Yeah this stuff really gives me the shit some allowed to say shits chia checking with so nice for checking. Just roy goal the time impor- jays probably like we have to bleep you again kelly. I know right sorry goodness. It's two thousand and twenty one. This person is so clearly operating on commission. Yes a clearly not aware of the university of live in which is to pick and choose from different brands. I mean i think almost everyone. Skincare retain is from different brands. No one really uses the brand. This just makes me angry as well because yes. She's working on commission and we all like to earn money but she's trying to earn money at the detriment to this person. Yes exactly telling her false thing. Yes just sephora and mega. Have some fantastic brand. They stuck a lot of cosmic skin care. Adult beauty stocks pretty much every brand that exists so the fact that she's saying that is just a flat-out lie. It's also very privileged to be able to say that because a lot of people can't afford to just go to these salons and body stuff price sign and chemist warehouse stock fantastic again. 'cause macedo brands affordable prices. Still some of the products out there on the eighty ninety dollar mark but they have some really affordable effective skincare. My advice is to absolutely leave. That person don't give her any money going find a new skin guru that he's going to embrace the fact that you're gonna shop everywhere that you're gonna use different products that you've got different
Sex Trafficking in America
"So seth. I've been was it a couple a couple of days ago. I was reading the news. And i came across this story. That was horrifying. You know the and i'm going to read a little bit of the article to you. But what do you think what. What's your perception of sex trafficking and human trafficking. Like how big of a problem do you think that is here in the united states just curious because i know you because because it's been recently i think you're gonna touch on. It's been in the news recently so and also knowing paul viola. Our friend and colleague working with you to i know that it's it's a serious issue. But and i know that the majority of people ask anyone they think it's a third world country issue and not not a united states. Exactly right i mean. I really do feel when i'm out there talking to people when i bring up sex trafficking. It's it conjures up You know third world countries or other countries or you know what's been in the news maybe You know Nail salons and massage parlors. And things like that which is very real and it is very prevalent here in the united states. But i want to read you. And yes i know glasses. Give me any crap This this article sex trafficking stats okay. Sex trafficking continues to plague our society. Nowadays investigators are seeing more activity can get this homeland. Security says trafficking numbers have gone up during the pandemic predators are doing everything they can draw their victims draw in their victims and the number one source of contact is social media.
More Than Writing Code With Dr.Neeta Trivedi
"If we can start with your origin story how did you get into though you hi. I'm really excited to be part of this and allows me to also to fresh lots upward memories and so i was disciplined by the back end reflecting. I come from a very very modest background. Lower middle class family and the video all down. Even the dreams are modest because nineteen eighty-four The was not so much there was no internet not division netflix's nor discovery channels in salon. So they didn't know too much outside world end Across a small town. So maybe you just one thing has shown that i wanted to do something like it should be different. Should be big. What is that big. That clarity was not bad so we talked about maybe we can become college professors or maybe not engineering college professors. That was largely a dreams. One thing for sure bet. You should study a lot of maths and physics because that's when you'll be essential that's on. I knew and we grew up. Got very good teachers. From primary school onwards they were passionate about building human resources not not just teaching and making many. Thanks the very fortunate in rhode small incidents that when my parents started the would not afford the fee and they wanted to would mean a government. School leaders came to my house. And saying you can pay the fee later. Don't take her out. I mean that's unheard of in general so grew up in that environment really nine thousand people in ninety nine hundred seven whenever completing busy in physics chemistry math because we didn't have engineering college in the town and i don't think my parents would have sent me outside at that age then even financially. Maybe they could not so of. I was finishing my own. That fame be heard about this diario program
Customizable Nail Art Designs With Color Camp
"Kirby gear nails young girl. Check these out. Wow others flowers on there. Are those present want. Yeah they're daisies. Those are amazing. Who makes them there from color camp owing love love. yeah so color. Camp is a nail salon based here in la. And it's on. Beverly obviously they were closed for a majority of the pandemic and they kind of pivoted their business. Now they have this lake booming. Press on glue on business. They're not cheap. They're like fifty bucks or so depending on what you get if you get nail art and stuff. But i'd ordered a pair from them. Before and i thought it was a really cool concept like they send you these little clear acrylic process to try and you measure them to all your nails and then you go online and you like okay. My thumb is an eight. My index finger is a seven. And you do it individually for each hand so like one of my thumbs. The nail bed is smaller than the other thumb. So it's like okay. Cool great and then i'm an idiot and i measured them to small and i wrote them and told them like hey like i'm actually in pain wearing these thales. What to do. And they're just they were really. Oh we're going up your sizes and send you a new pack. So they did and then they threw in like an extra one. There was like wait. This is great customer service. So then i ordered again and they're reusable glue on so if one popular like file your nail and glue it back on in your good can hear that and some of it all. But they're super. Long the i was gonna say unless you're like cardi b. kylie jenner and have an assistant. How are you using your dawn power. Wash washing dishes with those nails
Psychedelic Renaissance with Amanda Feilding
"You ended up running psychedelic research institute like beckley right. Well i wonder how to minimize it. Damn i grew up in a very unwieldly setting. It's a house. They beautiful to hunting norge but basically owner sack some castle with three months and it would they isolate on the age of a mall and my parents were definitely. My father was an eccentric and says it was a strange for the isolated upbringing. Had nothing much to do but can mature around nature having little mystical experiences and dreaming about two and then i finally decided to leave home winter boarding school which was a terrible mistake and i want to silence the school. Tom price and warranty books on buddhism because my godfather was a famous buddhist monk and i'd never mentioned but i kind of helped him of high magic nation and the noun refused to give them and said they give me books not said d much but i'm off and then i left them with twenty five pounds in my pocket which was old woman allowed to take ruled in those days. The my have much more to give me and window for the next six months traveling toward salon. Where my godfather the walls. But i got kind of north in the desert and ended up living with avidity interesting bidu tribe Of the shalem his tried when down to the eight and we had all sorts of inches and it was a very exciting time when finally go to england is somehow got to be. I was off by professors ena. Who was the head of really the top professor in the world full compact religions and buddhism and he took me on as a student and studied with him it nipple mysticism sacred and profane and mysticism from age. Ten with my favorite topic. Shall i studied with him. Become awkward out but it was very interesting. And then i would think accused sixteen to canvas by someone who shared this index of me. Who'd been in the all men that with quite a few years older and i was amazed beauty which came out to she every rachel's on and then that was state when i was
The Story of Musician Zohra El Fassia
"Was actually born zara hamou to a jewish family likely around the year. Nineteen o five in the city of steph ru which is in fez region in morocco in fez of courses the city that would eventually give her regional stage name alpha zia which means the woman from she was born to her mother naomi and father yahu and we don't know much about officias early life but we do know that her father was a butcher trade and a hudson or a cantor in his off time so we can guess that she would have been hearing in may be singing eden literature music from a pretty young age. We also know that she likely went to school for a little bit as a young girl. Zora was wed at a very very young age to a man from fez named don and she had her first daughter masa likely when she was around thirteen years old and she had two more children sam in a net and at the same time she also began to kind of scope out the music scene in fez going to hear to musicians who would hear her sing and encourage her to sing more which she began to do at private celebrations and weddings and even small venues. We know that likely around the age of eighteen she actually got divorced and eventually made her way to casablanca so her kids. Her first three kids mostly grew up with their father and his new wife in their family and in blanca. She starts a new relationship with one. Mr tapia long Though they don't get married They do have three daughters together. More net salons in suzanne who sadly died as baby
How to Pronounce Knife by Souvankham Thammavongsa
"Stories that make up how to pronounce focus on character struggling to find their bearings in unfamiliar territory or shuttling between idioms cultures and values a failed boxer discovers what it truly means to be a champion when he starts painting nails at his sister salon. A young woman tries to discern the invisible immutable. Social hierarchies at a chicken processing plant. A mother coaches her daughter in the challenging art of worm harvesting in todd. Visceral pro style. That establishes her as one of the most striking and assured voices of her generation. Tonka interrogates what it means to make a living to work and to create meaning so at the top like this is a story. A collection of stories about the lao refugee diaspora and laos is a country is adjacent to vietnam. But it's southeast asian like block. That wasn't solved the the vietnam war and because of that were the source of a lot of refugees along with vietnam. Cambodia that came from that area in the seventy s sixty seventies. Yeah it was like The sixties and seventies laos is the only landlocked country in southeast asia. Like you said it. Borders vietnam also borders thailand and is also the most heavily bombed country in all of history in terms of country size and population and most of that is from americans and a lot of the bombs that were dropped. Not all of them have detonated so every year. There is a lot of casualties from these from these bombs. So yeah western colonization and meddling has definitely you. I don't know what else to say.
Create Your Revenue Generating Online Course
"What is the market opportunity. And who is a good fit to create an online course business or add this as a revenue stream. Yeah it it. The market opportunity is huge. They are projecting it to be three hundred and fifty one billion in the next few years and it's already huge specially with covert in the past year. Even you know even the kids. Are you know they're getting used to online learning and that's just not going to change. They're going to continue to You know everybody's continued to learn online even people that haven't been exposed to this have been exposed to it this past year so we definitely Will see a growth in online courses. But what i will say is that there's a lot of opportunities to add an online course as an additional revenue stream in your business or just to reduce expenses that you may have and i'll give you some specific issue. Diane just kind of so your listeners can understand so a couple of some of these our clients. Some of these are just people that i know. Some of these examples are people that i've interviewed on my own podcast. Just talking to them about what they've done in their business. One example is somebody who owns a hair salon. She has been you know very successful with her hair salon. You know she's done different things over the year. She's always fully booked and she had other hair salon owners coming to her. And say what are you to like. What's your secret. I i you know i want to be able to achieve what you're doing and that's when she was like ok p got so many people ask me. Did you know about this. And she created an online course in only program and added it. You know as part of her business so she could help other hair salon hair. Salone owners achieve what she had done.
Pompeo Made Over 100 Personal Requests of State Department Employees
"Department's Office of Inspector General says former Secretary Mike Pompeo violated federal ethics rules. In a report released Friday, the watchdog determined Pompeii when his wife made over 100 personal request to department employees that were not work related. The requests included ordering gifts, picking up their dog booking salon appointments. And mailing Christmas cards. The U. S
"salon" Discussed on the 7-Figure Salon Podcast
"Welcome to the salon. Nba podcast. I'm your host helena gibson founder straight hair solutions and creator of the seven figure salon academy if this is your first time with us. Welcome this is your one. Stop show for tips and tricks. Different ideas inspirations. On how to build a strong foundation for your salon or beauty business. I am so low this week. It is raining cats and dogs right in front of me so odd for san diego. So we're tucked in the house. And as i was coming up with what i wanted to talk about i wanted to kind of piggyback off of what we talked about last week which was culture in how we all have a culture even if we didn't realize it or not it's definitely in our business which is reflection of us the owner or ceo and that's the same thing with leadership so that's going to be our theme today animates ads. Just give you a couple of tips on that anson. Different things that i use as a leader to help guide my team and in our salon program which is our six months signature program. These are some of the things we go over for building the foundation for your salon business or any business for that matter because culture and leadership our key to creating a strong teen environment to scale past six and seven figures in your business so let's start with leadership. Basically leadership is the lid. She scaling to fix in seven figures. Wherever your wherever. Your top is your masks You're going to be able to take your business so again. Think of it like a ceiling Pop lid off and so a few key traits that the leader that the leader needs one is clarity of vision. You have to have a mission that so inspiring in so big that you attract he a players. It's gotta be something that gets you out of bed to especially when it's a saturday and we're doing here and you want to stay home and lay in bed we all do or whatever your your mission. Your vision has to be very clear for your team to buy in to. And we work on that all the time and i'm constantly refining and while and then actually our mission with us with our academy is so clear of helping thousands salon owners to reach financial freedom by twenty twenty five. I mean how big of a vision can you get the right. I mean it. It's just so big and then eventually all make it even larger. That's just a start in the next four years and impacting many families. So what kind of mission or vision do you have an how you communicate that to your team to get their buy in with it as well. The other one at number two is communications skills. We are in the people business so we have to learn how to communicate with other people and again something. I'm always refining. And i found that over the years. It's gotten much better. But there's still a ton i could work on and improve even in my own communication skills. Sometimes i come off. You know just a little rougher than i would like With my delivery but again. It's something i'm aware of and something that i'm working on. So your communication skills with your team with your clients with your vendors is extremely important because you're building relationships and one of the things are talk about. Is people buy from people. They know alike and they trust. And if they don't like you they don't trust you. They're not going to buy from you and that's a key Key from communication. So you really definitely wanna make sure you've got that down. The third tip for leadership is building. A-team i've heard great. I heard a great quote last night. Where gentlemen was saying. I'd rather be friends with them than co workers and resent them later and that really was profound. Because i've had that happened with a few team members before and you have to be able to build a team and you have to know when somebody doesn't fit in that team in a more it can't be oj so great a wildlife her. She'll get better. Hey if you're trying to impact on your mission if we're trying to hit thousand salon owners and help them reach their goals. I can't have c. n. d. players on my team just because i like them personally. They've got to go because then what happens is they stay too long then i end up resenting them later they resent me later it. It's just it just doesn't serve anyone so i love that saw out. It's even worse repeating. I'd rather be friends with them than co workers and resent them later. I i thought that was huge. The other thing is fostering a great culture which we dug into last week silent. Go over that again. But you have to have a great culture
"salon" Discussed on the 7-Figure Salon Podcast
"To it. Weeklies like you said, because they noticed that there's certain things I'm like, oh, I wanna talk about this. But it's not a good time to write. Then if you got it down, and then you have it by the end of the week, instead of this whole, like long list dusters, if you have some issues going on, and who long it can get a little ugly. Well, on the same point of that is, if you bring it up every day because I've had issues with that with other team members were they texting the every day, and I'm like, I'm busy to let me just drop everything for you. You know. Can you just hang onto that? And I think now you know, you, you have a platform save for the meaning it's only. Yeah, yeah, I love that working. Well, yet really has. So I would invite everyone if you're doing staff meetings, that's awesome. You know, but we had gotten away from it because for a while it was just kaylin I and everything just kind of just meshed on its own way. I really we've been twinning lately, with our outfit, literally so many times. Times she walks in and I looked down at my often. They how do we keep doing this? I don't know scandal planet. I know it's so crazy. We really are. So we were doing so well, but again, as we grew and as you grow with your team, and they're everybody's just happier. It really is. It takes a lot of work and time, but then, hey off with these people. You've gotta figure out how to own ash together with on boarding. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I can tell you this. I have read I mean, I've been in personal development in all of that it probably since I was like, I don't know, honestly, like seventeen because my mom used to do a what do you call it? Multilevel marketing stuff. And the people are huge for, you know, they need be pumped up because they're getting beat up every day. Right. So I remember seeing like zig, Ziglar and Bill Clinton back the cow palace. And I was like, seventeen okay, so I've read every business book, that's known under the sun and everyone of them I swear to you tells you to have meetings, I I'm not trying to beat you guys up on it. But I know I went off of it for a minute, and at least in the salon of beach store and as we've grown really quickly I it's important. So be sure, in and look at your, your staff and, and let me tell you, if you're just yourself how staff meeting with yourself. I talked myself whole time, you know, and, and I have to sit there and have that quiet time to just know. Hey. Let's know if you going on. So, yeah. Remember that, that super important. Let's see where it was. I gonna say about finishing this up. We did delegating. And then I guess the staff meetings. Yeah, I think that's about it. So all right. So to wrap this like I said, I invite you guys to do that. Where was I? This or not. But your guys is belief and trust in me pushes me to do better and give my all and to be the best leader, I can be which must be my pride or something like that. Because you don't wanna let people down. Right. And just like this podcast is I mentioned on our first episode how scared I was. But I said, we're gonna do this. So there was no way of turning back. Right. And now here we are episode what four. Yeah. So to wrap this episode of on team again, I invite you guys to doing your team meetings at least weekly, and if you're not already doing them like I said, I have a girlfriend that doesn't daily, but that didn't work for us. You know, the daily huddles. So, you know, figure out what works in near staff, and with your team and all of that. And so for us Thursday evenings after work works, well, right? So do you have any final thoughts on team.
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"But going there, aren't that's my point going on with the studies show Cranford. The people that are really lucked Bahrain and totally sort of, you know, vital cocker western scientific method you'd win really solid study from wherever Johns Hopkins or are Weber and you saw that they'll shot him up. Yeah. But boss is an awesome psychiatrist. I do psychiatric medication management, which is like. Yeah. Turn up the Prozac or turn it down. It's it's, you know, I'm not I'm glad to do it. But I'm also like I want to change it, you know. And I was telling I decided to tell my boss who's not that conservative. But she goes on the DisneyWorld all the time. But anyway, like, I can't figure that out. But I told her that I read the Michael book and Lawrence later this book called blue dreams, which is really amazing. And so she was like, oh, it's just a bunch new chemicals. It's just a bunch more chemicals. I'm like, you know, like, you don't understand, you know, maybe people won't after take daily hill that's gonna ruin their bodies. I mean, this this paradigm shift is going to happen. But I just I'm wondering how to had to make it happen. Here. Like, it you you are a frontier ambassador. I hope so. Medical leave with my eyes. So we're thirty nine. I'm serious about that. And what people say to me like that strives, I'll say to him, Jerry. Your drugs. You are. Right. What did you take an aspirin? You're on drugs. And you go through your day. Every moment of your days is an altered state and wake up from sleeping, you're awake. That's authored state. You have coffee. It's and authored state. You get in your car and somebody that's an author Trevor. So the thing that I can working at a lot is disarming people. So if you disarm 'em with good, solid, knowledge and Grendel studies shut him up they won't buy anymore. So that's my piece of advice. Thank you almost. Kayla. Have a quick question for you one of the problems? I've had with washco is I continuously gets the point where I get the voice where it's critical voice before you get over. And I don't like again for me. There seems to be two levels one. Is that you know, it's that guy that wants to talk to your knees. You know, I wanna talk to myself and tell me about everything I've been wrong and people the love more and all that other stuff. And then there's that breakthrough level race start seeing things that I don't believe or me, and they you know, whatnot. The problem that I seem to have as that really critical self right before the higher per stop. You do you see that too? That to stage difference part in the second one is what do you do to disarm yourself because you already know all your tricks. Good good. Good question. Let me think I want to respond good for you. So does it a couple of things? I really do. Find a saying some Catholic houses now. I want to spend it this van Harper. This'll make sense to you. I've always been a Cozma mascot nine like, I if all punching that cosmic roun- usually right about when it's the most is when I'm purging Pershing is like that's a level where I'm really gotten cosmetically off into the realms of him notes. Most uncomfortable the most profound experiences, but is thing with Lhasa and think about this. The voice is neato. Where the eagles personalities and the kinda scared shit. I had not had a very high level Brenna Lorenzo's. An I he knows what I'm talking about won't mention his name, but he was very much intellectually centered and when he finally came to the jungle he spent the me sessions curled up in my lap and fetal position because he was so used resolving anything with his head. And he drank the loss net didn't work anymore, and he was totally lost and terrified. So the more intellectually sanitation, people are the more terrified on us. The fifty it's unprecedented for them. They literally done to act on how to deal with. I said that his what happens when you think I lost? You have your right renting, you left brain. When you go to sleep at night, you left brain finally gets rest and. When it does. And you let Brian nab you. Right. Rank comes out to play. Now, you left brain is gonna let ical it's serialized. I'm talking to you guys right now turning words into a sentence..
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"How can we change things for the better like preparing? So I want to say to you is. Thank you. There with what you're doing? Because you're performing a great service than other people. Just don't have it in them. So. Yeah. No. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. All that thing. One of the things I'm going to be really really stressing in this thing, I'm gonna be teaching this coming weekend. His that can be some serious interactions. So for our Yamin say, I lost guy. Has mayo inhibitors. Then. But in not know, the combination of Alaska, I need to get a little the end and an m. Yeah. I'll tell you briefly. So the plant they called shock Rona. Incite coach, fear Veritas, a Bush, and it contains the NCAA leaves you can eat it all day, you won't get off. I lost vine which the drink is named after has been a carbonates act as MA oh inhibitor. So when you mixed together and you drink the brew then the Inhibitors on. alaska. Vine makes the DMZ become early active and you have your journey. If you're taking any type of says, I. If somebody has done a lot of ecstasy that can be deadly. You can ruin a compulsion guy. That's one of the reasons why the yet so important to stick with it. You got to be in that lack of better words, canopy your state to have a good experience. So there are a lot of interactions that are not healthy at all. There's some that are but a lot are not. So you have to really really pay attention. And you know, there is the whole mind body connection. So he'll the mind hill the bonnet in runaways. One of the dangers like I'm talking about in convulsions and serotonin overload. So aside from Pugh and my Alaskan getting interview, energetic, traumas also busy allegedly speaking when you get into that stat where you're getting to insert toner novel. Oh, two bodies way of balancing it literally like like blowing steam the steam kettle, dawn smart. So there's a whole physiological aspect, and so the interactions are very very important need to be paid attention to and typically the core of the traumas that need to be dealt with our heart more, psychological than other things. But you know, they go hand in hand, you probably seen things like this where somebody has some weird visitor canoes Newman of Twitter and eat something like that. And it goes back to some trauma this Zainab him. And so there are conditions and situations that control disappear. But but I want to stress it's not allowed. Now, not gonna go Gumbel and get here's your the hell I mentioned briefly getting off track. His try to isolate compounds from these things. All this care cancer pharmacy. Pseudo companies try to refine it. Not taking into consideration like going to the joggers. It's very specific diet you in a tropical environment. You're sweating. You're purging. You're recalling is they're clear you all and it's literally prehistoric cleansing detoxing and psychotherapy. So the other thing is I'm sure there's a lot ZOA lot of doctors totally locked into what they got medical school. Right. You know, what the standards of practice you have to follow this. And then of course, the promise companies. Hey, good. You wanna smack pro Prozac? Right. So does that whole step mindset that you up against happy, very careful when you bring these things up? Who in where you are what you around. And the other thing is you are going to bring it up go in there, totally armed with logic. Find the clinical studies, you know, and say, look, here's what happened or so. And so, you know, there's a lot of real groundbreaking work done years back in Israel repeats yesterday because some room. So how Iran Ron resigns, I have acceptable background with technology. Right. And the people started getting in my face bugging me about getting something criminal that. How would just all welcome so much stop. I knew they have yet. Nicole they go run away..
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"And sometimes you now so with group that bay is about five centers. And then there's me another guy in a musician is three of us leading. So everything's covered. Everybody's integrity. Looking almost important. So that's that one. And it was one of them was the other one. Third. One is salvia Devon Orem. Yeah. So a little bit of your feedback on that China. Well, so I'm I've done lots of things. And when I was at the NGO binds seminars emotional in that came out really built up a great run miss. Nah. And don't wanna try it. And I was like, okay. So took a good hat, and it was like mild EMT, but he built it up so much that I was actually kind of disappointed so what? But as the Renzo can s do I can do really bit like for years and years and years and years never took somebody on I ask in Trump. I always did twice as much as they did. Then I if they'd start to Rick. I look what's up, dude. Any twice Zun our, okay? Right. And that was so. The little. Was a little disappointed in it. And I did it a few more times. And for me personally. I found it a bit to Societa, and I really didn't care that you don't like, we're all we're all different were all different neuro chemical cocktails. Some people deceptive look at som- in their last forever happens. You know, gallons. Everybody's a little different people in different ways. I know in my experience, and I know the Renzo can apprentice generous Sweden like with MGM egg guys need to take a little bit more because women are more sensitive. So you know, to me mild EMT eight didn't impression that my some people really like it. You You know, know, it's it's like. like. I love I love LSD. But I didn't really I tried how much at times I didn't care for it. So everybody's a little different one of the things are going to be teaching the rooftop. This coming weekend is this is an original. But it's what I refer to as radical subjectivity because everybody is different. Everybody's segment types of traumas somebody who arguments sex neuro chemistry imbalance like an extreme case. I'm schizophrenia. You don't want the new. I lost right said about his little different is my point. Good answer. Yes, insulin. Thank you very much. You will come. Questions. I want to ask me to the civic. Does I wa- ska in your opinion or experience or and pardon? My ignorance. Help to heal the physical maybe because it helps with the mind body connection. Yeah. And and please don't say excuse my ignorance because there's no such thing as request. So straight on that one. Interestingly out among other things, Iowa State is anti parasitic. It's also anti-inflammatory and a lot of times you can have. So. When you traumatize often times, you're by it will score that energy different places in your body. Certain traumas can you snort in the liver? Like, I'm I'll never know. Absolutely bizarre. But my mom died of colon cancer. And I think especially how Wrangler there. So when you drink Alaska in new purge, it's an energetic release. So if you're holding tension for twenty years, and you bias while Holden hall, you know, if you're like, my mom was so at right? Taking a fun you release it. I lost that Shamanism is all about energy, everything is energy. So when you release the energy in different ways than you. Release the trauma, and you really let it go. You getting rid of that blockage while it can do a lot of very good thin visualize. But I was just some I gotta talk to somebody and somebody's going down to have lung cancer. And they're hoping to get he'll it's not gonna be any magic for his no guarantees could hear it. But it's not gonna owe people think Shamanism, and then and plants planned. Oh, it's going to hear my night. You know, if you go, and you do it and then go back to the same things, let's say you have liver problems, and you have to like fish. It's not doing anything important thing you need to get from an Iowa. Right. And you'll get funding your.
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"Dirt and his dad and his brother would doing a regal at the time report. There's no canvas neglect for dispensaries. So take them all through the house on a chat, and they got on going to his dad who at what's in this room and said its cannabis dispense used and ended said they pushed Nagel, okay, that's known uninterested Matt in finally it out. So. It was all record the whole thing was recorded in. I think it's gone YouTube. I think it's nothing gets swatted and some of his fans and other game our guys right voice. Balloons bought balloons and stuff like down on it. And it made it into a thing and his idiots. Swatted him were jealous of him and actually made them like one hundred times more popular than it was to be no more. Can you imagine watching watching this guy in the game? You see the game. And then you see the inset you see him and all sudden the game has kind of gone dead and her ripple swatted. It's like he sucked up to to bring the game to life almost you know. It's it probably was really fascinating. Hey, I'm lonely. My K forty seven now on my m one four multiple round, you know, bazooka killer and all the stuff that doing the game, right and talking about bombs and all his deputy. That's what the game has. Then he get some new before that like they own fifty pizzas to his house. And and they came down on them hard, which they should somebody. Really? That's somebody got arrested about a month ago that has been swatting people and somebody got killed in one of the spots. And so that arrested for murder now. Yeah, that's really snooping chance. Yeah. Anyway, that yeah. That's that's Dari. We've gotten kind of far away from Iowa ska and shopping is you went to nothing, so y'all. Yes, my my my my diversion, and the I really do recommend you guys read that book if you if you like fiction at all, it's it's really good because it it brings in everything psychedelic science fiction. You know dreaming computers, you know, virtual reality. And and it gives you so many neat little things to think about it's one of those books that you read a checker new sit down and give Ilya caused reflect it's well done. So where do we go? Now somebody. I asked three questions while you don't have a quick the head all just listen. And then hopefully, you'll remember in August, no honor to listen, not line should ask them one at a time. Has aren't really think about it? You'll you'll get lost while I'll start with must San Pedro Matteo. Did you purge? An a was it kinda purge that you'll with I waspa-? The second question is how many people are in your team when you're working with twenty people and the third question is what your hidden salvia? Devon oral good questions can into them off would be good. For San Pedro is very very bitter and very alkaline. In a stick with his drink like, orange, juice, or lemon, juice citric acid. And it's not the same balmy in Iowa the, but when you so when you take something very alkyl, and you add an acid in neutralize creates a base. So when we did the Barry ritual in medical we would eating oranges, and if enough of them, you don't really know I done it feels like there's a rock in there. But if you didn't have to sit neutralize it, and you don't have the gastric stress like. So that's the king. I even cheated one time and took emergency the, you know, the powder fizzy stop. And that did the trick though. So that was the first question the second one I was sitting third, but when we're working with twenty twenty five people we typically have about five sitters. To help would stop. And every once in a while, you gotta take somebody out, and you know, even something like trying to put down your pants vacuums a major ordeal..
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"If you ever need me again come back, but don't don't try to stay away from her again. So at least that's the rationale that went through my mind because I was getting old these things for taking coal on. Yeah. One of the things I always liked to say when I'm talking about this stuff. And I said a lot to younger people. If you spend enough time in numerous variations of altered states, and you doing shit all time, then if you go baseline baseline becomes an author state. So it's really good thing to do myself right now, I'm on about a three month. Hiatus read I was leading a lot of ceremonies in different places. So I thought let's take a break and stay clear, you know, when I was leading and my throat was getting a bit raw. And you know, the stuff I got now is nothing like what it was when I was coming up playing accuracy or Jesus or I saw all pineapple fruitcake. The Lux girl scout cookie hybrid train Ray Indika let let me let me interject again here because I a couple years ago. My blood pressure got pretty high and for the first time in my life. I had to take prescription medicine to in want of stroke. And I started talking to my doctor about we didn't experiment where I would take a couple of Tokes of cannabis every hour and a half. And we just Termine that I was able to stop taking blood. Pressure medicine because hannah-beth lowered my blood pressure sufficiently, and I take it every day. So I I'm up on it. And so it's been over a year since I've taken any medicine. I'm seventy six years old. I take zero prescription medicine and I smoked cannabis all day every day..
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"And so that's why. Now, it's really important. I'm doing that that next weekend. Santa Barbara this coming weekend about psych dog integration volley grants had because there was nobody to guide us. You don't mind. My first my first LSD was seventy one or seventy two I grew up in Boston and got a chemist MIT, which we call mental institute from touch, and he went by my favorite Martian, and it took seven or eight times of doing a head of what he had for. I can handle all head. I'd have to do two-thirds drawn brands out then everything was megadose done. There was no such thing as microdosing any of that. So yeah, we had fine. But we also experimenting in pioneering. And we were always there for each other too. Can we saw you results from people who might be under sponsors? So that's why me is very important. I'm getting more and more vocal now and signed resign. So everybody goes there is wide open, by the way Matteo that workshop you're going to be doing a Santa Barbara's sold out. Yeah. Lotta that that should be interesting workshop. What's the workshop on is on psychedelic integration, integrating psychedelic experience is I love the banking crop overall. And it's it's for licensed therapist and psychologist on. All right. All right, right. What I Don all these people. Like, hi, I'm a second Knockin debases specialists than am booking. And listen, I'm fixing my self. You don't know. Sure. And not not another facetious but system away either I've been at the ship for fifty years three months years, and I've done a lot. I've taken hundreds of people on journeys with numerous substances, the Renzo tell you bravado, ten years five EMMY, all as a matter of fact, I'll just jump in and tell right here in Plunkett, where the plank AM and feel botany conferences attracted eighty people over one week, and then another eighty people next week there about twenty presenters and those people came from all over the world and for a couple years Matteo took off every one of us on our first five EMMY, oh trip lead us out into the jungle and get his life. And and a lot of the the buzz about five EMMY, oh that search springing up all over the place came out of those seminars down there. And so he was her Johnny Appleseed of that chemical the Dennis. Back to bite a few people are too. Yeah. That's why I it was interesting. I took a I took a break because people were getting it responsibly that not being an integrity. And I got to the point where I did so much of it that it just really wasn't affected me anymore. So I don't other as you said, it's today was an watts. It said gotten the message you can hang up the phone now. Actually that was Gary Fisher was at the dinner party, a dinner party at Laura Huxley's, house oka-, and Laura and all this was still alive and watch was there and the woman sitting next to Allen says, well, I heard that you don't do LSD more. And he says Madam when you once you get the message, you hang up the phone. Beck, and I impact by that time that Gary told me that he was in his early seventies. And I've been trying to get him to do acid with me. 'cause Myron was and Gary just wouldn't. He just kept chuckling. He says find out you'll find out and the I got to wear. Well, it's been little over three years now since I've done I watched her and for for a couple reasons Matteo you brought out a interesting thing. An important thing about Iowa and canvas both being female and how in our tradition. Yeah. We had to give up canvas for the week before and the week after and I found that to be the most difficult part of the upper may because you know, cannabis is my ally. And so finally on my actually my last I wash trip that was my my intent going in. And discover why I you know, why the conflict is it really? You know, most other people some people smoking during an Iowa extreme. And so I had the conversation with the lady Iowa, and she says, you know. Santa Maria is your ally. And why don't you spend your time with her?.
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"And I will be there right beside you, and I'll guide you through it. I'll be there. I'll go women in all know. And unless you go there and experience something directly and know what it's about how can you truly have compassionate help somebody. Right. So that's really big of mine. So, you know, don't don't that you made one Emma bliss looks burying. I'm not trying to say, oh, you know, health common. You may it may not. But but the key to it all is learning how to navigate in the way, the navigate I like the analogy of the answering and the other one of my mentors told me, which I love newsy said that I along the river, and the it got and music boats carry you along the river. And then you remember when you take it that you did take something that no matter what happens. It's temporary is not even though I gotta tell you sometimes see trinity. But the other thing is that what they say on the jungle is that all of the discomfort that you go through is what you have to do in order to prove your worthy of the gifts in the knowledge that you've yer- so I have people's there. Oh, yeah. I want to do. I look in the I I go it's an ordeal. And it's not always fun. But you always always betterment the end you just got to work with it and flow than a night fighter unit. You find yourself in difficult situations, you breathe deep breathe through it. And realized I like to think of it as a storm fry it's passing storm is that a good answer. Great. Thank you. Let me go ahead. David I'm going to share the screen here. And this is this is the podcast is talking about podcast number eighty nine eighty nine Rahman, April twenty fifth two thousand seven I lost diet, rituals and power hours. And there's a picture of Matteo that was on my balcony and our last department. So. Yeah, that's actually that's back when I was doing program notes where the quotes put in. I put the minutes and second you can find into the thing that was really a pain in the ass to that. Because truth. Fun do brother in. And and you know, anything comes up you wanna reach out. You can find me through my website. If something was happy, you have a yell pressing issue. This is really important and now a leading group sometimes twenty twenty five people. And obviously when I do that Lorenzo tell you, I'm I'm mister hard head megadose for everything he's been kamikaze. When I'm eating the gross. I take you know, a half dollars or less because I need to go higher at Nuffield person responsible for everybody in that room. Just like I feel Christmas possible while you guys tuned in now, I want it's very important everybody to be fully and flung into everything with their eyes wide open. That's one of my I'm on a mission from dive, you know, what I'm saying. But let let me let me give an example of how he concerned about people and takes care of us. So that I can remember on more than one occasion where there'd be oh eight or ten of us in we spend a we would have some serve a ceremony and and experienced that in the evening, we're all gonna stay in the same place at night. And we have a couple big places. We could do that in. And after everybody come down. We kind of broke the circle of everybody votes their beds, then and this is back when five m yo is still legal Matteo would come around each and tuchus in with his little EMMY oh pipe. We all its five member, you know. The maryland. Now, that's how conscientious he is. Got to send them off the law, baby. Now, actually, that's that's probably a little too much fun and recreational for a lot of our more scientific people. But you know, I have to admit that if it wasn't fun doing this stuff to none of us probably would've ever got into it as deep as we have, you know, that'd be pleasureful too. Yeah. You know to when we were a lot of stuff we were doing. We were really really pioneering. Nobody knew what a lot of the stop was. And I'm we didn't know sometimes, but we're going to have when we took something..
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"I agree. Yeah. So Mark you have more questions. Anybody else? I got a question. Yeah. Go ahead. Oh, go ahead someone else. No, david. Go ahead. David. Okay. So have experienced with suicide in with mushrooms and m DMA anyway, I've never done I waspa-. And so I have a two part question is is I'm getting ready to take the medicine with a group and prepare for that. So is there any recommendation that you would have on how to prepare for that? And that that sort of the sub part of that is somebody recommended it's been about twenty years since I've used mushroom soup maybe to do a micro dose of mushrooms kinda get the synapse firing before. Yeah. That's a great question, bro. Couplings? Oman mention first off the Renzo did a podcast with me, bro. I think it was ten or eleven years ago. I o Oscar diets and rituals. I think it's called. I look for it and put it up on the screen if I find it easily so first off recommend that. But the most important thing is there's a couple of important things. One of the most important things is to go in there with the respect for the plants. And the teachers know the back now is if somebody says dumber than a house plant. I'm like, dude, you're not to launch man because guess what? There are a lot smarter than you think. So having the respect for it as one to the closer, you get to doing it, the more you you involve the diet in my humble opinion. That better experience you've had you'll have. I now, you know, I I've had almost a half a century. Love affair with cannabis. And also coffee like writers crack cannabis and coffee, right? A week. Maybe two weeks before what I'm gonna do the work. I stop them. And again, I'm out of there. And there are some traditions who say, oh, yeah. Cannabis and the dynamite even used cannabis one of them does. I think but I'm in the tradition that we've worked in. They say that I lost is another woman. You know, you've got the sense of mea with cannabis and you got the Knesset. She's jealous, and she doesn't like that shit, and I scramble, and I really believe that the. More pure, you are going in and the more focused attention is the more you'll back from it one. The other thing I want to stress is that you have to experience the light in the dark. I have people tell me, oh, you know, I just wanted to ecstasy, and I just wanna love everybody. And I just wanna see the let's shit. You can't have the light without the dark. How you learn everything without experiencing both, and it's important to experience and to see it because how else how else you gonna find the center unless you experienced growth and treat them equally because the more light there as DARPA the dark is and Darlie garb is more the is, and you've got strange and Bo so when I first Alaska, my first sessions were blissful, you know, and and I went like, many my first dozen sessions were blissful in an hour. Like, oh, yeah. A med this. No, I'm not cooking. I'm not sure I'm really this makers. Then like the next dozen. It's all shape here. Right. And then a one point I said bring on the darkness. Nobody I went through about three years of that. I've been to hell and back many times, and I've been to heaven and back many times, the beauty of it is that once I went to a lot of those dark places experienced then I would see somebody who in the past. I may have judged. Because I've experienced that energy that vibe, I can have compassion for them. And I can help them in one of the things I say, and I've been leading lots of ceremonies wanna say to people in. I mean this full on I will go anywhere in the dark with you anywhere..
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"Incidentally, an indigenous cultures. Waking and dreaming and visions for them. It's all one continuum is system states of consciousness, they they don't separate them. Like, we do in our culture, so over the course of the doing the data there the bondage between your consciousness sub-conscious blur. In all your shit comes on all your shadow comes up, and you're spending most of the time alone. So there's nobody to projected onto nobody to blame in any basically Fisher names. But it's a very powerful wonderful experience. I I hope to do it more. It's been a couple years since I've gone because financial situations, but. Is not for everybody. I always liked to say don't worry about it. I went for you. So by the way, Metairie in the background behind me. You see I in honor of you tonight. I went back to the chime Kat hotel. That place. Usually, my background is my office from two thousand four hints in Long Beach because I'm sitting where I'm sitting in as little bitty room in her house. Yeah. And that we won't be here long. We're looking for new place now. So I'll Essen turmoil twos. Let's let me get back to this. And I'm gonna annute everybody. And and if somebody has some questions will will hell a direction here and. I think unneeded everybody. Now, you can read it yourself if you'd like and and will. If somebody has questions Matteo, I have a couple straight off the bat. So the first is that will I was told that woke us was the apt to God or the patch. The angels. Like there was some some kind of Iowa ritual that was done at three AM in the morning. And when I talked to a couple of different people in Peru. They told me that was his plans you have any kind of experience with that. Or do you know what they may be talking about? Now, you know. So when we do the sessions there we typically meat about oh say six at night, and we'll do usually hour to integration. Because there's more stuff going on your out there by yourself in the jungle and stops happening, and then usually will about eight or nine and we'll go. Some times three or four in the morning. And it's very intense, and sometimes some of the helper plants that you drink during the day. Some of them are mildly who listen to Tori visionary. Some are very powerful. These guys I work with like at one point some years back. In fact, Lorenzo you apart of this Rebecca to. Put a couple of Detroit leaves then called toy. And that got pretty while for couple of years. And then the shaman decided he said, we don't need that we get plenty of college from the shook Ruina. We don't have to do that anymore. His. Kind of overkill, but we had some experiments like that. And I've worked with some very very exotic plants, but a sickly Ben Iowa yet another now. Woke us was a master in Iowa was a teacher. And so they're supposed to be like three or four masterplans one of them is Detroit and under supposed to be six teachers. I think in one of them's Iowa didn't again, I didn't know if you know much about it. 'cause you had said you. Yeah. So I may miss miss samba. Let me just think about this recession. So I worked with obviously, I lost gunshot Rona. And then his to Wasi wishful wash out when you got though Clavo Wasco Kia Cuomo Longa Bobi Saina LuPone ah. It's a great, by the way. That was my favorite. I have my that was my first experience, I had the most profound lucid and spiritual dream ever had in my life. I may be missing a couple more of them. They come and go, and you know, once you spent ten days with those plans ingesting them with you forever. And when I'm in ceremony, and I'm seeing echoes that come to me at different times for different reasons is also a host jungle, garlic. Why USA and? Last time. I went I said, the shaman, you know, the last few journeys here have been really a bit rough Cigna ticket and easy and maybe doing bobbing Sada..
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"Which was great. So I was really good experience. It really run it on my knowledge. I'd already taken some college courses in honest question anthropology on South American Indian religions, and one of the main things about Shamanism is direct experiential knowledge knows opposed to reading it in books. So this has tons of hands on some real wild adventures. Why almost didn't come back from almost croaked? I was actually my life was literally saved by an acupuncturist. The regular medical community. Here had no idea they said, we can't find anything and another woman who had the Sant then I had ended up dying. What tell tell the whole story expand on that one. Yes. Sure. So I went to a place outside the Keith does to a camp with the Shapiro's and some other people, and we did some some work, and I got really sick down there. And it was right after my mom's death, and I thought maybe it has something to do with that Lorenzo, you gotta you gotta meet my mom. They're not in keep those here when I was having my big book signing anyway, I got this. I was like delirious, I couldn't even see straight. I was sweating. I could barely even function mentally to to dial the phone, and I went to the doctors they took all these tests. And so we can't find anything wrong with you. And I was just getting increasingly incoherent. So out of desperation. I call my acupuncturist, and I will never forget is long as I live look on her face when she saw me. Did her work's. Good shit outta me. More than anything else. It really scared me. And she said, my my heart was down to thirty percent. My liberal was down to thirty. My kidneys were down to twenty my whole body was shutting down and I've done. I accurate puncture a number of times. And I gotta tell you this time when she put the noodles in it really really hurt like Pocono, really big sensitive brews, and she hit me hard with bovine hormones, and all these other stuff you treated me like three times every other day straight up in a finally broke. But it was really scary. And this other woman had the same thing, and she was a nurse. So she went into the hospital. She ended up going into a calm and dying. And it was the same thing. So really freaked me out. And I was glad I had the presence of mind to. Go outside the box so to speak. I've never been a big fan of traditional medicine, anyway, which is one of the reasons I do go to the jungle. I mean, you know, there's a time in a place for it. If you you know, you an arm or some things you need intervention like that. But overall, I'm not a fan of and this is a really good example and not to defend them. But the acupuncture said I had a virus in bacteria that were kind of working together and eating me alive in a way. So I was really lucky air there..
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"I'm going to play reporting from last Monday evenings conversation, where my friend. Matt Pallomari was our guest. These lives. Lawns are hosted on zoom. And while a few people. Join the telephone most of us were also using video. So those of us who had join using our computers. Well, our screens were full of little windows with video feeds of everyone there, and well, it isn't quite as good as being together in person. Well, being able to see each other actually had a really nice element to it. All. Anyway, at this time, I'd like to welcome you to join me math Pallomari and few dozen of our fellow honors for an open ended conversation about well. Whatever was on our minds last Monday night. End Matteo schedule. See again brothers fan little. Yeah. We're overdoing. Hey, do I want to let you know that the your medicine people are really singing your praise? Well, let's not go there. But I did just post the podcast of that time. So. Now, people can decide themselves, you know, I just got up there and just told some stories, but I left all stories about you. And I out just to his I knew you're going back up there to a sold out crowd. I didn't want to spook anybody. Yeah. Right. Then I'll be running if they knew me, really. Well, right. Well, they might be running toward you Matteo. All hey, quit going for an hour and a half tonight. Yeah. If you can if you can y'all I will let my out my home is. No. Yeah. And the way I've been doing it is, you know, we if you if you wanna give a little intro to where you want the conversation to kinda head. That's that's a good way to start it, then hopefully, others joining persons. I probably have heard one or more your podcasts and. Great time up there this weekend in Santa Barbara this. That's a great group of people. I'm looking forward. To me connected. I'm heading up Wednesday night. Out. Really, well, so I'm looking forward to that. And you. Santa barbara. Oh, where are you? Oh, why didn't you come up and say, hi, I ended up I live in Ventura. So I ended up leaving little early. Sorry about that. Next time. Appreciate you come house or the interesting evening and look excellent. Thank you. Talk. I was very very inspiring on many dimensions. It was a lot of fun. And and I just I just podcast talk. But I did I did cut out a couple names and places that I gave g you guys. It's right. She's been sanitized a little bit. We got the we got the the real deal. So Mateos been out on the road. He's been you've been down Florida right, by the way, Matteo Pallomari. I call him Matteo house column castaway, but when I was up in Santa Barbara this weekend. I was talking about Matteo, and they didn't have talking about you, all you know, I've been in the writing community at the center that Ryan community for thirty years. You know, but these people they only know you from the psychedelic community the ones I was with this weekend. Yeah. So I'm I'm a cast of thousands. I'll take all of them. Was great. Yeah. I went. We officially started. Yeah. In kick it off here and to begin with let me just kind of introduce you to we're getting a little feedback from somebody. If you guys think you've got background noise in your room. If you'd meet your might that'd be really great feeding through and we're trying to record this. But anyhow, yeah. Matteo, and I her we go back a long way he lived with us for a while. And we we've had experiences in the jungle. And I think the thing people know about you most, of course, is you're talking about I watched the while you spent all the years studying in the jungle and inter mountains and hazard and and studying all these medicines. So there's just so many different directions. We could go. Why don't why don't we start out in? And I guess the thing that I I left out the most important thing is while he is much of an adventure. Cypriot f. His ground zero handle is he's a writer, very prolific writer at a whole bunch of books that hokey tells about.
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"Greetings from cyber Delic space. This is Lorenzo, and I'm your host here in the second Alec salon. And well, I thought that it'd be fun to begin this year by playing a conversation that took place between the radio host, art, bell and Terence McKenna, and this took place in the nineteenth of March one thousand nine hundred ninety eight which was just two years before Terence's untimely death. And I suspect that many of our fellow salon have heard of art bell and his late night AM radio program that was called coast to coast. But if you're not definitely your with it, you might wanna go out and check it out. I don't have time to get into it right now. But art, his show were extremely popular. And his support of Terence's work was really big factor in people outside of the psychedelic community learning about him. Of course since coast-to-coast frequently feature topics that were related either to the paranormal or two. Conspiracy theories. Well, Terence's talk about the Esca Thanh, the MTA and machine Elsa fit quite nicely into their format. This was a somewhat long conversation. The program usually began at one o'clock in the morning Pacific time, and while it ran until about five o'clock in the morning cancers appearance was only for a couple of hours and by the way, even today that program, but with a new host is the most listened to program in that time slot, and they get about two and a half million people stopping by every night. So has to save you a little listening time. However, I've deleted all of the commercials that were run, but I have left the rest of the conversation intact, which means that. Well, there may seem like a little jumper a gap in the conversation from time to time where I cut a commercial out. But I don't think it should be much of a bother. So now, let's join art bell and Terence McKenna to interesting characters who are unfortunately no longer with. Us in person. But their conversations still is on. And so let's see what these two enquiring minds a little more than twenty years ago were speculating about how you and I would be living today. The full program will be available on the original Chalan feed on April. First two thousand nineteen and is bailable today and my patriot feet. The following are few soundbites from this podcast..
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"Greetings from cyber Alec space. This is Lorenzo, and I'm your host here in psychedelic salon to Dotto, and I want to begin by thanking Dennis t for his drek donation to the salon to help offset some of the expenses associated with these programs. And I also like to welcome my new supporters on patriotic and these good souls are Eugene are Sean be and droopy, and I think you one and all. Well, today we're going to get to listen to the last of the psychedelic stories that lex Pilger collected last year as he drove across country on his blue dot tour in all. I think there were around twenty two different cities in which lex collected these stories, and I'm pleased that we were able to listen to them here in the salon. I even got to attend one of these events live myself when he came to San Diego, and I hope that more of these kind of events will take place as we continue to move through time. And if so, I also hope that we get to listen to them here in the sawn. While it's always good to hear from the elders, both young and old. I think that it's also important that we get to hear from our friends and peers about their involvement in the worldwide psychedelic community. I've discovered that their stories never ceased to amaze me either. In fact, just the other night in my weekly Zun conversation with my patriot supporters, one of our fellow salon owners from Russia joined us. And just as a little aside here from the quality of his audio and video, my guesses that well, he's probably got a better internet connection than I do anyway. Nikita entertained us with a couple of his stories and well, I have to admit by being really intrigued by them so far in addition to fellow honors from all around the states, we've had people join us from London, the Netherlands, Germany, Russia, New Zealand, Urguay Austrailia. Well, in a couple of other countries and unforgiving right now. My point is that interest in psychedelics is in no way limited to just the United States. This is a global community and we're really pleased that you are a part of it as well. So thanks for being here. Now I'm going to turn the microphone over to lex Pilger who has just returned from a rural wind, global excursion of his own. But then the last he was able to put today's program together for us and for that and on behalf of the entire salon, I would like to think lex for his dedication and hard work and expanding the range of programs that we get to listen to here on the Salang. So without any further ado, here's lex..
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"Cheap now greetings from cyber delic space this lorenzo and i'm your host here and psychedelic salon to dot o and pleased to begin today by thinking samuel g jonathan p and jole l for their pay pal donations as well as tom are and his friend christine who sent a check on with kind note and also to morpheus who sent what he called a small bitcoin donation but well bitcoin donation is small you see i've been saving all of the bitcoin donations that i've received over the years so if l salon or made it a nation in bitcoin back when it was only nine hundred dollars a coin well that donation today is worth ten times as much it's the gift that just keeps giving so demarcus tom and our other donors here in the salon i thank you once again for helping to keep these podcasts from the sawn coming your way each week well almost every week i've slipped up a few times in the past but i'll try to not miss any weeks again if i can help it now during the month of april five new supporters join me and my patriot endeavors and these fine people are sean m peter kay john m anna and tom be and so far this month cohen h has joined as well and that brings my patriot family to a total of eighty six patrons who have joined together to support my writing projects and who have been the key in allowing my wife and i to remain in our current place of residence after our landlord raised our rent so the simple truth is that we probably wouldn't be here this lawn today without their health as well and in addition to the financial support for the salon and for me personally several of our other fellow salon have sent me books to review for you and while i received bookstore review every once in a while well these last three have really captured my attention.
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"Stick by chief now she has tabled greetings from cyberdog workspace this was lorenzo on i'm your host here in the second alec salon in before he introduced today's program i first want to thank mac and marcella for yet another donation to the salon to help offset some of the expenses associated with these podcast i really appreciate your help venda that of all of our other donors these past years because that's what keeps us keep it on now for today's podcast guess what i've come across a few more terrorist mckenna tapes than uh well i thought that it'd be fun to end the year with a few more of his stocks this one seems to have been recorded with the microphone volume turned up a little bit high but since i haven't been able to find this particular talk anywhere else in the net uh well i thought that we should preserve it here the label on the tape says that the title of the talk is bosh and yates on parade and when i searched on that thailand quotes there were no hits so well i guess this should be new to most of us now i have to admit that had first this stock didn't grip me like many of terraces talks do but that's because i know next to nothing about art as an undergraduate in college i studied electrical engineering and in grad school i studied law so i was trained to be an engineering a lawyer but i don't.