17 Burst results for "Sokol"

"sokol" Discussed on Star Wars Sessions

Star Wars Sessions

05:05 min | 9 months ago

"sokol" Discussed on Star Wars Sessions

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"sokol" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"sokol" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"All time. Really? Just you don't hear enough about l A Today is you're just a glorious, glorious voice. From a glorious gal who wrote the book of jazz, You know? Hey, Jo on the radio. Great to have you with us on a M night 70 the answer. It's a Tuesday It's April 27th. We wanted to see what the information was. You know, it's Ah. Tragically, we have to report you. Ah police officer killed in that traffic accident. I wanted to get all the facts. We're all together now and at least see even the mayor de Blasio stepped up and offered condolences, which is appreciated. I mean, it's about time in my mind. Forgive me for being so. Negative in that regard, but you know, he should always support the police. He does not. But we lost. A police officer on NYPD officers died after being struck by a passing vehicle while investigating her. Crash in Queens. One person is in custody. The officer is identified as Anna Stasi Sock goes and assigned to Highway three. He was a 14 year veteran of the NYPD father. Two Children. A six year old daughter. Ah, three year old son officer Sacco's was struck on the eastbound lanes of the Long Island Expressway near Francis Lewis Boulevard just before two a.m. this morning he was directing traffic following a prior crash. That happened on the eastbound Long Island Expressway, and apparently, he was struck by a pencil vehicle that allegedly she, the driver, the driver who struck the police officer. Was was impaired and possibly drinking, possibly drinking, allegedly. So our hearts go out to the Sokol's family..

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"sokol" Discussed on Homes and Hops

Homes and Hops

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"sokol" Discussed on Homes and Hops

"They're not just paddle boards. You can do the. We're in the park every single day pretty much. There's very few days my wife. And i and our dog berg were not in the park so and a for not here. We're in a park somewhere else. Probably on the allegheny river. So but yeah. I mean outside of the mill creek park having traveled all over the country. There's very few places where you have such a sweet urban park and you can live on it affordably when you talk about. Dc living on a park like that own house. Five million dollars or something. So i paid forty seven for minds. Forty seven thousand so your your houses would be insanely expensive. Especially right now. People are going about one hundred thousand if not more over list price in order to be able to actually say they took my ear. It's crazy to see like on my own street. I bought my house as a fannie. Mae bought it five and a half years ago for forty seven thousand. It's in the city of youngstown. Recently i had a neighbor sell their house. They didn't even do. They sold it off the market to the children of their neighbor. They sold it for. I think two hundred and ten thousand dollars. This is in the city. I was just shocked like male crandall park going above two hundred thousand houses like my house is not huge. It's eighteen hundred square feet. Are street is awesome because it's on the park and know like my section of the street in particular is only houses on one side so the other side. Just kinda like tiffany's the part comes all the way up to the other side of the streets of your house actually looks out over it but people you know that's one thing and i don't want to go back into the previous discussion about our work. But when we talk about assets and building from strength people wanna live on the parker no matter where it is boardman youngstown people if you look at real estate values and potential. That's part of why our offices and all the work that we around the park. It's hard to judge always will be and it's not something that you can recreate out in a farm field somewhere. It's it's just a special place in it always has been and always will be and people are attracted to it so for both of us having the opportunity to live and work around there all the time. It's pretty cool when you know even having had the opportunity to interact with the park on various projects You know there are some things they're doing right now. I'm excited about like connecting from canfield road. Back east cohasset. they're adding one more section of trail. So you'll be able to hit that whole thing and some other things but yet it's it's pretty cool to be right there on the park all the time. Now we just need some you know. We talked about the retail. That's where we always have even before this plaza thing happened. We have the park. We have cool homes. Wouldn't it be cool if we could just have some basic quality of life businesses that we could walk to and then we don't really need to go anywhere because we have it all right there. That's what you want within walking distance of work and mechanic and Barbara beauty shop is like right across the street and i started going to a hostage. Though is tally in all. I need in. My neighborhood is a grocery store and at the moment car. Two go anywhere yes. That'd be perfect If anything just odd what is it. The rent bikes front the bike and just go all right. Well thank you guys so much for coming on. Yeah well enjoy the sign. Because we're done with this now until next january..

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"sokol" Discussed on Homes and Hops

Homes and Hops

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"sokol" Discussed on Homes and Hops

"There's many of the down. We're just sitting there right so we had that we have to. We have to do it. So that's part of the housing. We have to get it to a point where the market's gonna move again at least from the outside like pretty cool but yeah so so i would love a sidewalk up. Tippy to canfield row because you sidewalk all the way down to glenwood and then you could just take glenwood all the way down to mahoning to youngstown. So i have a friend that lives on tippy and i tried to walk my dog to their. It's scary. it was terrifying. I will never do it again. I mean i'll still run it. Because that's the only way for me to get to k- filled roads driving to rite aid to go across the street so but But yeah. I'm a huge advocate. I mean the campaign for walk youngstown. It is the economic it is the social it is the health like all it does touch on everything so for me the walkability and having neighborhoods in communities in your home is much more than the walls that you live in that to have those back ability to walk to your local shop. Whatever it may be like it does it. Increases obviously economically increases the businesses but it also socially does make you know your neighbors know year community and all so you have the mental and physical health aspect of it as well. I think the pandemic has made all of those things more important than ever. We've talked before the pandemic about the social determinants of health which really all of our work is about that how quality housing stability infrastructure. So you can walk. But we haven't talked about much but we are definitely involved and incentivizing people to eat healthy. We have a double up program a ten grocery stores. We've partnered with mercy to do a farmer's market. We couldn't do it this past year because of the pandemic but did some produce boxes..

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"sokol" Discussed on Homes and Hops

Homes and Hops

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"sokol" Discussed on Homes and Hops

"There was like do. I gotta get a masters degree to do what you guys are doing found to do more here in. He said now. I think i can teach you what you need to know. And so so yeah had just stayed around and just got more involved over the years and now we are literally tiffany's. She's kind of kelly and her role. She's she manages. All of our housing programming. All of our real estate development manages our construction team. you know her and jack make my job pretty easy. I spent a lot of time talking to people now had not as much getting into the weeds of actual projects mean. I'm heavily involved in fundraising resource development. The acquisition of real estate and over real estate transactions but Terms of actually doing the work and seeing properties changed i mean. That's pretty much fully. Tiffany and her team there. Jack has another role too in terms of resource development and maintaining our properties and other properties. The landbank own so that they're really the leaders of both of the segments of the organization there. How many people work in your office in the physical office. There's about seven of us. Yeah but most of our workers are out in the field too. So our construction team is seven guys And then we have three guys that do our grass cutting maintenance at work under jack. So we use a ton of subcontractors so been skilled tradesman. I mean we've redo millions of dollars in construction work every year. So it's a fairly significant like we have probably four or five. H fat contractors. Probably six seven roofers. We use regularly. So there's there's a lot of apple employed through our work at any given moment. Yeah absolutely. I mean on a given day were managing hundreds of people that are doing construction. I mean even like i said this morning. i've got a subcontractor out. Who's finishing a bathroom. On helena. got rivers out various properties throughout the city. I talked to him one of our concrete guys this morning. Already so Yeah we're we're definitely at to some extent managing hundreds of people on a daily basis. Doing this work Most is always nice to see. I think that both of you guys are in a field that you have the opportunity. Which a lot of people don't have jobs where they get to see is like laundry. It's constant constantly. Have it so. They don't ever see like the fruits of their labor. If you will you guys have the opportunity to continuously see the fruits of your labor which is so important to keep you going to do because it. If you look at the whole picture you can get a lot be the longer the longer you stick with it. The more you see a man. I have fairly clear visual memory of how things were when we started or even before then and You know in some cases they're very different now another still challenges but i think some people don't see because they haven't known it like i've known it but to see the level of change and and some locations where we've been working for a while it's remarkable but no there needs to be more of that over time or not anywhere near where we want to be and that's why we keep pushing ourselves but we also get involved in everything that we have to you know we don't seek to do things and tiffany mentioned this about just creating program. We seek to do things that have to be done..

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"sokol" Discussed on Homes and Hops

Homes and Hops

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"sokol" Discussed on Homes and Hops

"Our strategic about it and so it's like when you're doing the commercial building. It's you're buying the commercial buildings located next to the neighborhoods in the homes that you guys are working on. And i'm sure you guys are strategically even thinking about what type of tenancy or who you sell the businesses to the commercial to help identify at and help better the neighborhood instead of just and is not just having pain ranch about what we're doing. It's about being innovative. In and really working hard to determine how to do more of it right and i think sometimes nonprofits get stuck on. What's the newest hippest program that we can do. Or what what a funders wanna find but for us. We really found our niche and doing the housing and found that we did it really well and so then we try to figure out not only. How do we get more funding for this. But how do we take the funding that we have further so we stopped just depending fully on government subsidy in in just using those funds that were available tests and said okay. How do we minimize our costs so that we can renovate more and more houses. How do we do this without government funds so that we can make sure we're not concentrating poverty in an open up our potential base of of tenants and buyers to people regardless of their income. How do we do all those things and and in doing that. You know we create our construction team which then created jobs for people on the city in. It's just been this snowball process of getting to where we are and now working on the commercial renovation which is going to create more jobs for people in the neighborhoods and and again. It's just it's just building and building and building in all of it again is strategic but it's also just a lot of hard work and figuring out you know. How are we gonna do much as we can with what we've got..

"sokol" Discussed on Homes and Hops

Homes and Hops

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"sokol" Discussed on Homes and Hops

"Probably working six or seven days a week right now so tomorrow off holiday weekend police saturday really him because you know that's another part of the work that we do. Is we do our construction team without having our own staff electrician without having our own carpenters and and really skilled guys. That could do that work. We won't be able to accomplish what we do. And so it's it's really important that we have them in their committed. The work we do as well. How how many houses so far have you guys remodeled renovated they can over a hundred and fifty occupied. Gotta be getting close to five hundred. That's well over five hundred. I think we're approaching. It depends on what we can but we're over five hundred fairly significant repairs. Five hundred minor repairs meant probably another five hundred but so and total well over six fifty. We've impacted major renovation or repair work to probably six hundred fifty houses or more than minor emergency repairs to probably another five hundred houses an occupant. How would you go about reaching out to you. I didn't know you guys did occupied more. So we do way more occupied houses than we do geoghegan's but that is We have a couple of programs for low income homeowners in the city and actually one of our programs is countywide and so if somebody has a leaking roof for example contact our office at three three zero four eight zero two three and apply for that program that is only for residents of the city of youngstown. But if your roof is actively leaking we can get you on the list to have your roof replaced at no cost to you if you meet the program qualifications and then countywide. We have an emergency repair program. That is for folks who have a furnace. That's not functional. Or if you're hot. Water tank stops working or if you have Some sort of plumbing leak that might be causing additional damage to your home through that program. We also do.

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"sokol" Discussed on Homes and Hops

Homes and Hops

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"sokol" Discussed on Homes and Hops

"And that's not utilizing your vehicle. One of just one more thing. I would say they're one of the most impactful things we've done on transportation as an organization i think in twenty fourteen. We put together the first safe routes to school plan for taft school on the south side of youngstown. The next year we worked with city government and the school district to put together a city wide. Safe routes plan that primarily focuses on how to get kids to school through walking biking than we focus on the schools where the the the student population lives in closest proximity to the school. Which means they're most likely be able to walk since we put that plan in place. The city's received it's approaching couple million dollars now in grant funding to upgrade sidewalks of this most recent grant we got from the state of ohio department transportation safe rows school program was to install pedestrian scale lighting on the what primary walking paths going to tap school. So that's the led lighting. yes absolutely. So that's something that we're always trying to be resourceful about and think about but it's a long slow process glenwood. We wanna put together. Canada a comprehensive active transportation plan. And then really start. Incrementally chipping away making the improvements real. It's interesting so i lived over in. Dc metro area for about twelve years before moving back and our school systems. If you lived within a half a mile of the school you did not get bust and it and you do have an affluent area that they were like nope. Your kids are your kids are walking to school or the parents are going to drop them off the tube. You would see a lot of the kids riding their bikes walking in everything to school. The have the means to do so with the sidewalks to be able to do it in a safe manner otherwise than of course there would be much more many more issues that was part of their school. Budgets savings was to eliminate the bus within that proximity because you could easily walk to school. There's lots of kids that wanna walk to school here and their parents want them to walk me. A lot of the feedback. We heard was. We need to fix broken sidewalks. We need to address blighted buildings on the primary walking pass. And then we also need to have proper lighting. 'cause you know if you're staying at school till five o'clock it's november. It's probably gonna be dark when you're walked. Well that's where the pedestrian scale lighting. And not just on walking path for kids but all over the city all over our communities regionally anywhere that there's pedestrian activity Something that we focus on glenwood as we've gotten into commercial development. We really try to bite the heck out of our buildings on the exterior so one is just kind of beating back that feeling. That somewhere is unsafe and beating against that perception but also just adding white to the overall streetscape and greater environs too..

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"sokol" Discussed on Homes and Hops

Homes and Hops

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"sokol" Discussed on Homes and Hops

"Yeah so we cleaned out all the trash. The personal belongings. We did all of the initial demolition. That needs to be done as you know when you're renovating a home. So all of that was done over the course of three or four hours by about one hundred people. I mean if we just had no three or four guys in there that would been a couple of weeks just literally getting stuff out. Doing the demo removing the carpet tile all that crap so At something for people to see to. It's definitely an experience that you can't really replicate what the small group. I think that people really enjoy the sweat equity if that makes sense like going in and being able to participate in work for that helps people not just handing over dollars although that is extraordinarily beneficial but actually putting in the labor with it as well. We definitely like the dollars to when you when you participate in the workday you become a part of it because then you see the house on the other side and you think i was there that day we help. Clean it out and do some of the initial work. It's not just like inside that day. Getting to see like the difference of cleaning the house but once we're done fully renovating in. There's a new homeowner there. You can drive down that street and pointed out and said right man. I've toured the carpet out of that house and now someone's living there and we really made a positive difference. Bullets like we were Our group of people were working for on the day of carrying on clearing in opening up the sidewalks. Gun have become overgrown and i do like drive down that road. It's off glenwood. It's across from the the barbecue bar Southern taverns to renew throat by salvation army service to see the sidewalk it does it makes you feel good then an obviously. I'm a huge person that believes that there needs to be more sidewalks for everybody into beach. That's something that we've been doing for years. Unfortunately there's still a lot of sections the sidewalk that have just become overgrown but we've actually cleared by hand miles of sidewalk in the city. Like probably fifteen or sixteen miles of sidewalk in linear feet. We've cleared by hand so eastgate and everything like that when it comes to like pedestrian lately. It's absolutely a good question. So this past this past couple months we just applied to escape with the city of youngstown and boardman township for a planning grant for glenwood avenue so the purpose of that is fully a pedestrian bike infrastructure looking at sidewalks crosswalks lighting Bus shelters but then also figuring out how we can make more connections off. Glenn went into mill creek park but also connecting people on bikes. You know we have the connector coming down mahoney out downtown but we want to be able to connect people for example even if you go over here down shields on the hike bike you can take that all the way up that east cohasset trail old furnace. But then you need a way to connect back downtown. So that that's something we're hopeful be funded than will put a plan together working with all the relevant partners eventually. then we'll have fundable projects. We can actually do the work infrastructure stuff you probably know. It takes years matching terms of the planning. It's a slow fairly bureaucratic process. But we're it's definitely some we think about nerve working on it right now. I sit on the actor transportation committee y- with a healthy community partnerships and sarah. Lowery you both know is another force to be reckoned with in our area. And i mean it's constantly wheels turning trying to figure out how to deal. Who do we need to touch with when it comes to bureaucracy of everything how to help public transportation as well as just active transportation..

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"sokol" Discussed on Homes and Hops

Homes and Hops

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"sokol" Discussed on Homes and Hops

"Its called feathers. It's a sour farmhouse sale. I think they're just released this one a couple of weeks ago. But i've definitely taken a liking it. I think it's pretty good highly recommended it is delicious i mean i know that the weather is a little bit cold outside but this would be something perfect on a sunny day out on the patio. just be outside or sure. It's still good today. The it is. It truly is so. Let's talk about. I feel like. I'm with movie stars right now. I said when they came is true so so both of you besides like let's touch on the whole the places places we are from says thank you. Thank you but We'll talk about that a little bit. And then i really do want to talk about like everything that you guys do for the city of youngstown and it is extraordinary work. I remember meeting you at the first done in the day. And you like helped organize and You were there. This was two years ago. I know it's been a while not done in a day. A day of caring. I'm sorry i'm getting. I'm getting events mixed up. There's another charity event that we do today. I'm always at my best talking to..

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"sokol" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"sokol" Discussed on KOMO

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"sokol" Discussed on Eu tava l�

Eu tava l�

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"sokol" Discussed on Eu tava l�

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"sokol" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"sokol" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Outside of Charlotte yeah I live about twelve miles very in rock hill South Carolina he got white calling me all that's right that's right what's on your mind George we'll call you back one they are so what is the best but I love when you're only at our school all would go up to the dentist all the all weather station thirty does it all a seventy three we were out there I've been here a long time the devil's triangle yes with the business cycle is never studies done studies on again for our walk of our bond breach of all five not another stuff a lot of love all the little rock office for us all to buy out and live with less of it well what if the call it got broader broader Sokol down that's a lot less I thought that all the all the fault it back out there no not the showed up on the right all headed with the mouse wait for you that are out there that does the purpose of our at my house besides there's your five right George and this is a great call I can tell but unfortunately that your it's a little muffled I don't know can you maybe adjust the distance between your your your mouth and and the receiver or or something because I'd like to continue but it's a little difficult to hear just start at this so far keep keep talking I'll let you know oh okay to eighty why I called down to the bridge ask about offroad there does play come out all the stops read a book because I get paid to the but I would say is fine and Hey why not look thirty five what you like to pay a volley because you didn't have have not there yet he looked up and he said what if I I don't have to write all may come out there he loves his I think that there's nothing normal right all of that you know your quick responses come edit got broader and broader and I thought you know we're going to get a hit with an IBM or something not Oklahoma.

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"sokol" Discussed on Sex with Dr. Jess

Sex with Dr. Jess

11:34 min | 2 years ago

"sokol" Discussed on Sex with Dr. Jess

"It and I don't use it specifically for anxiety I use it for sleep but cutting the vulva creates a similar sensation and in a world where we ignore this body part. I'll tell you for example folks who conduct body scans hands in a yoga class or another class. That's helping you to feel a bit more connected to your body. Even if it's not about energy they'll skip right over. The Elvis great skipped right over over it they want you to feel the tip of your pinkie finger. They want you to feel the ear lobe and really pay attention. There's huge value in that. They a body scan. If you're not familiar familiar with a body scan and you'd like to be led through one go back to the interview with Amina Peterson who walks us through one. But and she doesn't skip the public's area as a Contra Contre Instructor Contra leader but I see this in in classes all the time with skip over the pelvis and what is the message that we're reinforcing that there's something wrong with part of our body and then we wonder why so many people have unhappy sex lives or had negative self images or you know feel really uncomfortable during sex or can't let themselves ask for what they want and cannot themselves say no to what they don't want like we have this very I hesitate to use word broken. But there's been a disconnect for so many of us and society re really reinforces that disconnect and it's not it's not good the good and it feels like such a good investment in yourself just to be in your body so I know there are folks listening who will feel that the notion of moving energy throughout the body is really resonating with them and I know there are folks who will also maybe not feel like that's something that appeals to them and I think just a reminder that regardless of where you fall on the spectrum I I think that an exercise like this for five minutes just to touch your body in a way that you almost never touch at hand firmly over the heart and hand over your pelvic offic region is going to help you to understand at least how you feel in your body. Even if it's not an energetic experience some folks there's the fisa Sokol mindful experience of being in our bodies because we really move through the world without being mindful of our bodies. As you said we're mindful that we don't bump into be great. Some of US are mindful of other people's space other people are less mindful of other of other go man spread all over the place but just to feel what your skin feels like. I think about it right now. Am I aware of my fingertips. When's the last time I took the time to be aware of my fingertips and people come in? They want these quick solutions. Like oh a doctor. I WANNA learn about full body orgasms. I start with just knowing what the body feels like before we can. You know was crawl before you crawl before you walk. But I also think is it that the one of the benefits of this exercise and the body scan also have in be three MP threes on my website body scan. Could you tell us your website. It is fierce. There's passions DOT COM FEARS PASSIONS DOT COM for full body scan. It'll probably be better than just listening to the episode. I referenced because I was kind of talking in it so just a liked to be guided. Guns yeah a body Cam would agree to about your day thirteen minutes and you can choose between one that goes from the head to the feet or when it goes from the feet to the head. We leaving need that. I do and I think listening to your description of energy and I mean if I had to be completely clearly honest I don't I don't know it's not that I don't know how much I believe in it. But it's more like I don't know what I'm supposed to feel so when somebody yeah Bu- uh-huh and that's it right because I think we're taught like enter when somebody says the transference of energy I think okay. I should feel a current I mean but I don't yeah so I think immediately as I'm doing this exercise that we just did I feel My hands the coldness. I'm aware of the sensations but I'm expecting expecting to feel like a flow from my left arm to my right but what I've noticed is one. I've spent the time I become. I'm first of all when I'm finished. Is that breathing exercise. I'm more relaxed. And you know over time I've started to reap some of the benefits of that. I guess to me that would be the energy that you're that's how I would describe it as opposed to. I don't feel a current around. I think I think also it's important important in what I try to tell. People is like so when we're doing the exercise in in the session you may or may not feel anything right and and whatever it whatever do you feel then we also have to think of what is what we mean by. Feel so when I'm doing body scan I go into what feel feel could be a sensation. It could be an emotion ocean. It could be a color. It could be a shape. It could be a sound it could be anything. It's very individualized. So but I think a lot of times in this sort of Lake Neo. Woo thing people. We'll have this very like. Oh you have to feel a current and it's blue here and then it's ready here. But it's really very inva- individualized embodies. Each body. has its own on language and so the one of the purposes of the body scan in this exercise is to find out what your body's languages maybe your body only speaks you colors. Maybe you never never feel a flow but when you relax you notice that your head fills green and your knee feels orange but you know if your knee feels yellow. That means that something's not right. Or maybe you only only your body talks to you and sound so when you really tune into your pelvis you feel an oh you know you never know. It's very very individualized bringing these things too late. Like for me. The body scan I just visualized this leaser being kind of scrolling over my body but when people say oh you'll feel a blockage or this or that. Ah I have noticed because I have some recurring chronic injuries. where I'm like? Yeah when I pay attention to my body when I get to my neck. I'm I do fueled tension there when I go about the day. Though I'm just like I just this is bugging me uncomfortable but when I take the time to actually focus onto my go. Yeah no no no. I do feel like like this nodded tension and it's more about bringing awareness to it you know then. I think we're going to you know mindfully send blood. They're air in and help it regenerate itself and although that may sound silly I think it's more just when I'm focused on that area of tension I can focus on relaxing. Yes inevitably helps to release the tension if you can identify where the tension is then. You can't work on relaxing it and I think people who are reticent to move into this area or try something like this. I think it has to do partly with the fear of being vulnerable because the notion of putting your hand on your pelvis your finger on your butthole your hand on your heart and lying there air-breathing for five minutes. Some people will kind of laugh at that and be like Oh. I don't need that y stuff but I challenge you to try it and just see how so your body responds. Because I have been blown away come from this more like a science background. Tend to think of. I have a tendency to have my default setting of thinking of things in black and white A. Plus B. Equals C. but when I have engaged in these types of exercises the activities giving you offer in your online course. I'm always surprised at the way my body responds. I had a response last year at a conference where I just started good at crying and it didn't stop and I was embarrassed because that's not my public persona but I felt something that clearly I needed needed to feel and my body needed this response and so this I exercise you called it. The I caught a jumper cable. The cable I love is is is a place to start but if people want to try that on your own but has everybody can try that and then do the folks who are going to want to dig a little deeper and they can sign up for your online online core. Yes I have Recently I've done that ain't so the three breaths that I teach two. That worked together are the anal breath the charging breath and the big draw The breath can be used by itself and so I have a mini course of just the anal breath and then I have the course of all three of them together And that's it's I prefer to be able to see people that I'm teaching so I do a lot of like in real time but online courses come but I know for some people. I'm being able to move at their own pace relaxing and that they're a little distracted if they're around other people sell I'm offering the course I do the a uses of the erotic time resistance. Cyber course I call them. Cyber courses to differentiate between those e courses do that several times a year. I mean and that's in real time but we meet online like five weekends in a row so there's a support yes so that there is such a if that is beneficial for you one of the things I do do WANNA mention As I'm on my own trauma journey I mentioned being burned survivor And I listen a lot. I'm open to hearing feedback information from folks who are more versed in understanding different different types of trauma and one of the things that I've been hearing people talk about. is how this notion of mindfulness. or You just need to be mindful. You just need to race race calm down. Your brain can actually be really triggering for some survivors of trauma. So you know this doesn't work for is not a blanket thing for everyone on and again it's just listened to your body if this makes you feel worse than don't you're the expert. You're the expert. There's nobody who can tell you not a doctor or not a therapist. AARP EST not any spiritual practitioner. You know what's going right in your body so encouraged people to number one while relaxed that bubble number to do try the jumper cable exercise. especially if you're a skeptic now. I think that the people who are going to do it. Are you going to latch on and probably take a look at the courses. But if you're a skeptic I challenge you to push through that skepticism because it's in that zone of discomfort where you grow where you thrive so we're gonNA link to your website if people wanNA check check out your e courses as well. There's a series on their highly. Encourage you to go to the website and check out the body scan activity because that can be a life changer. I think yeah I feel like it's. It's like going to the gym or other things. That people do meditating. That are healthy for them. So if you can start your week once a week even even once a week I mean like three uh-huh week once a week and you can. You can choose whether the way. If you'RE GONNA do it at the end of your day you WanNa do from the head down the sort of lake. Oh interesting you down. If you're not bring you down like depress you but like you down and if you're GONNA do it at the beginning of your day than do from the feet up sort of wake you up and bring the blood back you know Focusing on your brain before you have to get out there and moved with people's lives like that foot head scan this morning. Running man is really really useful at the beginning of the day so be sure to check out the website fierce passions dot com. Yes thank you so much for chatting with us. It was really eye opening for me much. Appreciated thanks for being here. Thank you to you for listening. I hope you're feeling great. You are great will be back next Friday with a new episode.

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"sokol" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"sokol" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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"sokol" Discussed on Getting Real with Réal

Getting Real with Réal

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"sokol" Discussed on Getting Real with Réal

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"sokol" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

07:32 min | 3 years ago

"sokol" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Romy, it just gets crazier and crazier. So you hear the voice speak to you. Hell, you, you need to go back with this woman that you've used abused. What happens at tickets on my desk, so routes concert, and I had planned to take this other girl who I was grow. I started seeing after I left her and for her birthday is other girl, and look at the tickets, like, dang it, it's new girl. I'm really into one day and I was like, all right. I'll, I'll just take my, I'll just take my ex Sokol up my ex-girlfriend say it's been awhile since we talk, would you like to hang out. You think it'd be good for us to get together? Hang up. We'll go to roots concert, and that kind of leads us getting back together we get back together, August the end of August two thousand eight you know, talking June now. August still together still being a jerk to her. I get to cold weather survival training in Alaska navy. Seal cold weather survival training, Alaska, and I hate the world, and I ate the cold. So definitely the place that needed to be. So I get out there and one of the things that we have to do is we had to do these very long land navigation hikes throughout the wilderness. And you're all alone because they were only twenty nine of us twenty nine thirty great comedy movie cause everything you've described to me. It's so hard core that it's this on some level. It's funny. Telling me you're in Alaska. So what happened? So I'm gonna Lasca and you know, it's twenty nine of us out there, and, but it's so vast that you can go you'll go the whole day without seeing a person because you're literally in the middle of this barren land, willed bears, Kodiak bears. And so we all have to carry base, because according to bears are the biggest bear on the face of the planet. Apparently, okay. And so, so as I'm walking through this wilderness reflecting on my life. It was as though somebody was holding up a mirror show me what I have become. It was a I believe it was a divine God experience because you're alone. I'm alone people part of the problem with phones and the internet stuff like that. It'd be distracted keeps you from certain kinds of thoughts. Kinda interesting to me that you are alone in the middle of nowhere alone with your cell myself, and in it was a silence nudge. It was it was a different because you hit the rustling of the lease and in the trees, and it was beautiful. It was the perfect place that I needed to be. So I'm reflecting says those someone I believe it was God was bringing to remembrance, all of the things that I did to people the way I treat people how grow on fun of my brother for being Christian treated, my mom lied to her. And as I'm seeing these thoughts are coming to my mind is like I was having out of body experience. I was like, who did that? I did that. I said that her I did that, too, that her. No, I couldn't have it was almost as awesome to now, as I cannot believe this person that I had become I'm saying to myself, as I'm walking through the wilderness reflecting and I made a decision while I was watching, I'm going to change. I'm going to be a better man when I get back from Alaska, I'm gonna marry his girl when I get back from Alaska, I'm going to be a bit of sun to my mother and be better brothers and my brother. I'm just treat people better. Because I am a dirtbag. You know, and two weeks later, I I'm still in Alaska. Pick up the phone. I I'm able to make a call back home, and I call it my, my girlfriend and she. He picks up the phone just super excited just like some guess what? You know, I, I realize I've been a dirt bag. I realized that this net when I get back I'm gonna marry you. I wanna make things right on the change. My ways, I'm just going to be different. And when I say, this Hershey silent, I said, hey, you. Okay. As said almo K. You should be excited. She said, I wanted to wait to tell you that you got home. What and I am so, like, unaware of what's going on. I are you? Are you sick like did you get? Cancels like what's going on? If she said, no Remmy. She said, I'm leaving you. Now, this woman could left me at any point in, in that relationship, what I had later found out was a week earlier two weeks. Two weeks two weeks early. I have my piffling a week after that she goes to a party. She meets a woman who's married to a seal in this woman tells her you are, how things go on your relationship is she says, you know, things are going, okay. She says her, well things are going to well, now you need to leave him because it's hard to be married to a seal. I've been married to a sale for so many years, so you need to leave him do that conversation. My girlfriend for the first time. Got the strength to lead me. Let me look at Tom and I hear the voice I take her back take back to Alaska sent Alaska, I hear this, this revelation have this revelation. My girlfriend goes to a party, she goes to a party, here's this, and she leaves me. Now what she says to me on the phone, she's leaving. I was like, wait, wait, wait, wait. What? What like no I'm not saying I really realized I know a bit a bag. I know don't leave me and she's like Noah's over. And when I hung up the phone, I felt like I was in twilight zone and this rush of guilt, just, just felony and not just guilt for what I did to hurt how relations with other things. And that's what I literally started. Pray my brother. He was a Christian. Tell me all the time, you know, when when you hit rock bottom, because it's going to happen, just remember to Jesus. And so that's what I started doing just saying she's helped me. Help me, help me and is going to feel piece here and there. And it finally got back from Alaska, you know, asked her to take the church. She took me to church, and I can't tell you anything into prince, you preach Taylor. So broke it now, just only need of something bigger myself. So even though she said, I'm leaving you. She took you straight is more to the story. Yeah, it's all in the book and she took new church. And that's when I asked him in my life to Christ and everything absolutely perfect that, but I felt the difference that guilt that shame that just just. Somebody just lifted off of me is supernatural experience. I can't really explain that experience to really know. But who's as though somebody lifted this weight off of my spirit. And yeah. And that's how came to the wow. So then what happened? So I me her never get back together. Again. End up going off and doing my job as a seal deploying train, and deploy and progressing through life became you've passed church. What yeah. Yeah. Became a youth passed. So this is serious living in San Diego sandiego. Okay. And so, what are you doing for living now? No. Then. Do you also use past past? So when I was on Sundays when I was going off training conducted church service my youth group, and then and then that would do bible studies here in my youth group. And, and then, you know, I would, you know, just accept God, he's you jumped in the to the deep end of the pool here on believable. And now you're married, Mary, you have three children, response Zoe's, voice, Kate, Kate Carter when we come back final part of this unbelievable story. The book is transformed. Remmy idyllic.

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