17 Burst results for "Sylvester mcnutt"

"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Men, This Way

Men, This Way

03:16 min | 2 months ago

"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Men, This Way

"I'm just blaming <Speech_Male> her. Victim mentality <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> data <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> Therapist <Silence> goals <Speech_Male> while. <Speech_Male> I won't can you survive. <Silence> <Speech_Male> <Silence> <SpeakerChange> What would it mean. <Speech_Male> She's <Speech_Male> you big coming <Speech_Male> here for three weeks. Complaining <Speech_Male> about this woman <Speech_Male> i long. Can <Speech_Male> you survive being with <Speech_Male> the woman who is not in alignment <Silence> with. You <Speech_Male> <Silence> was like shit. <SpeakerChange> <Silence> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Can't survive. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> i'm dead right now <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> office <Speech_Male> right now. I'm dead <Speech_Male> by <Speech_Male> you asking me that question. <Speech_Male> You made <Speech_Male> me realize. I'm <Speech_Male> day. I'm <Speech_Male> not here <Speech_Male> so for me to be alive. <Speech_Male> I have to say <Speech_Male> no to every <Speech_Male> woman like her. <Speech_Male> That brings <Speech_Male> me out of my <Speech_Male> purpose outta my healing <Speech_Male> out of my <Speech_Male> happiness <Speech_Male> right out of my <Speech_Male> energy <SpeakerChange> and <Speech_Male> into whatever <Speech_Male> she was invited <Silence> to <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> so <Speech_Male> that relationship ended. <Speech_Male> Because i said no <Speech_Male> so. I i remember <Speech_Male> going home and <Speech_Male> i wrote on a piece of paper <Speech_Male> might. <Speech_Male> These are the i <Speech_Male> literally wrote my boundaries <Speech_Male> out like no this <Speech_Male> is the type of woman will <Speech_Male> never deal with. I'm <Speech_Male> not even negotiating <Speech_Male> with you. And <Speech_Male> and this is what i'm <Speech_Male> open to. <Silence> Who years later. <Speech_Male> The girl <Speech_Male> that i'm with now been together. <Silence> We've been together six years. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Got a beautiful <Speech_Male> son with their. We have a <Speech_Male> great healthy <Speech_Male> relationship. <Speech_Male> She was <Speech_Male> basically <SpeakerChange> what i wrote <Speech_Male> down on that paper. <Speech_Male> I love that <Speech_Male> you say no <Speech_Male> to what is a no. You make <Speech_Male> space for what is <Speech_Male> authentic. Yes for <Speech_Male> you <Speech_Male> well. This was not <Speech_Male> a lightning round <Speech_Male> of the five key takeaways <Speech_Male> but it is exactly <Speech_Male> what <Speech_Male> i am thrilled. <Speech_Male> <hes> <Speech_Male> would wanted <Speech_Male> it to be so. Thank <Speech_Male> you <Speech_Male> Sly <Silence> where kin <Speech_Male> our <Speech_Male> listeners. <Silence> Learn <SpeakerChange> more about <Speech_Male> you. What <Speech_Male> my real name is. So <Silence> vast another third. <Speech_Male> If <Speech_Male> you type that <SpeakerChange> in on the internet <Speech_Male> you'll find that <Speech_Male> you're not hard to find man. <Speech_Male> You are <Speech_Male> showing up big and beautiful <Speech_Male> and powerful <Speech_Male> on <Speech_Male> the internet's man. I'm so <Speech_Male> glad your <Speech_Male> voice is <Speech_Male> activated <Speech_Male> and and <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> reverberating <Speech_Male> through the world. <Speech_Male> We need voice. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Keep at it man. <Speech_Male> I'm honored that <Speech_Male> you said yes. To come in on <Speech_Male> amend this way means <Speech_Male> a lot to me. I do not take <Speech_Male> that for granted. I <Speech_Male> appreciate you <Speech_Male> <hes> <Speech_Male> And i'm just excited <Speech_Male> to watch <SpeakerChange> your journey. <Silence> Continue to unfold. <Silence> <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> Thank you <Speech_Male> brian. Thank <Speech_Male> you so much <Speech_Male> for listening. <Speech_Male> Thank you again to <Speech_Male> sylvester mcnutt the third <Speech_Male> find <Speech_Male> slide <Speech_Male> by searching him <Speech_Male> online as he said <Speech_Male> silvester. Make not <Speech_Male> the third not hard <Speech_Male> to find <Speech_Male> a <Speech_Male> ninety nine. Sure anyone <Speech_Male> else on the planet. Has <Speech_Male> that name such a beautiful <Speech_Male> powerful name. i <Speech_Male> love it <Speech_Male> and of course <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> I'll put links and <Speech_Male> resources and <Speech_Male> sylvester's key <Speech_Male> five key takeaways <Speech_Music_Male> in the show notes <Speech_Music_Male> at bryant <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> reeves dot <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> com slash <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> men. This way podcast. <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> Remember bryan <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> with a y. Relieves <Speech_Music_Male> r. e. e. v. <Speech_Music_Male> e. s. dot com <Speech_Music_Male> slash men. This way <Speech_Music_Male> podcast. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> You were served by <Speech_Male> this and think other <Speech_Male> should here to <Speech_Male> please share this episode <Speech_Female> war. <Speech_Music_Female> Just write a review <Speech_Music_Male> so that you <Speech_Male> can lead <Speech_Male> more men <Speech_Male> this way <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> don't forget to subscribe <Speech_Male> yourself while <Speech_Male> you're at it. I'm <Speech_Male> your thriving life <Speech_Male> and relationship coach. <Speech_Male> Brian <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> reeves bryan with <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> a y. Reeves <Speech_Male> until soon <Speech_Music_Male> keep your head up <Speech_Music_Male> your breath <Speech_Male> relaxed. <SpeakerChange> And your <Speech_Music_Male> thoughts inspired. <Music>

Reeves
"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Men, This Way

Men, This Way

04:55 min | 2 months ago

"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Men, This Way

"Wow this is great question. If so many. I mean i should so many. I'll try to pick one. I'm cutting off after one. So you get. let's just go with. I'm gonna go with the thing. I'm a tangible thing. But just all the stuff. I've been able to buy for my son. You know the the little tykes football and the books is close. You know just the basic stuff where his life just to be able to do that. I'm grateful i'm just so grateful to be able to buy this guy stuff. Like get his strawberries. He loves and get his food just just to be able to buy. Things really has been a great investment for me. it just feels soga. Okay so just just feeding your son nourishing your son. Yeah and all the ways that that takes shape feels good beautiful last one key practice. Please offer one consistent practice. Spiritual creative personal or relational that has served you well and that you challenge our listeners to take on for just the next seven days yet. Don't take no shit. I know you weren't expecting that one will. And what do you mean by that. Okay boundaries i mean you have to put boundaries a lot of the times we hear the word boundaries and we think of other people but my invitation to boundaries with yourself. What excuses are you making about your life right now. What excuses are you making about your life right now. Whoever's listening to this answer. That question. I really want you to call what you want into your vision. What exactly do you want in this present moment. Idolize out of your business out of your out of your career out of being a dad. What exactly do you want. Okay okay you have an image of what you want okay. Now what's your resistance to. That thing was preventing you. What's preventing you from getting there in that. That's probably what you're gonna find your excuses. Want you to take this shit anymore. I don't want you to give yourself those excuses anymore. I want you to give yourself those excuses anymore. Oh i wanna i wanna i wanna lose twenty pounds. Okay sure you can do it. Or i wanna gain twenty pounds sure. You can do that while. I'm never gonna be because no no no. What unless brown tell us in eighties. He told us it was possible..

soga football brown
"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Men, This Way

Men, This Way

05:44 min | 2 months ago

"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Men, This Way

"Because if we don't have each other we're gonna take that the need for that intensity and even that sort of healthy battle into our intimate relationships it's fuck it up a second everything you just said were forward so i'm excited for you man. I'm i'm i'm glad to hear that. That is a regular part of your life. And i really hear your commitment to it and i love that. This came up here at the at the end of our conversation. And i wanna i wanna wrap up with what i call the five key takeaways and i wanna say just it's been a privilege and a pleasure to talk with you man to dive deep with you. Feel like this has been a meditation. I've enjoyed this See a c. You feel you and appreciate so Let's wrap up with the five key. Takeaways is just some things that our listeners can put their kind of hook into that they can can can run off with From our conversation so You haven't had these questions ahead of time. So let's number one key insight. What's the one key insight that you would offer our listeners. That you believe can make a meaningful impact on their lives because it has in yours. Examine the stories that you're telling yourself you know. Why am i telling myself store. Is it really true. Is it all the way through was a halfway through. Where did where did it come from the come from society apparent what where where did the conditioning from. Then you have to hold onto it. Beautiful love examined the stories so valuable so number. Two key mentor name. Another man that you've been inspired by living or dead that you would recommend our listeners to learn more about going you know. I think the first man we talk about is my father You know he. He was a united states. Army guy was a chef. Became a manager. Diet the dietitian Six kids i think he had total he was way more extroverted than me. And i'm kind of mike. Mike on a scale of one to ten extrovert being ten introvert. Being one my range is like f- to seven ish. I'm never quite to the level eight nine ten extrovert. He.

Army united states mike Mike
"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Men, This Way

Men, This Way

04:18 min | 2 months ago

"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Men, This Way

"I am a mostly available. What my one. And we've been together six years. We have a kid together. But it's much easier and much more comfortable to share with men especially me being a heterosexual man in the groups and men are heterosexual so so there's a lot in common. I just find it so much. Easier and more natural to share and i think that the man who struggle with it with sharing with their partner with a female partner. I think you actually make benefits you to get with men into share it with men because then you're practicing those words you know and then you're practicing knowing like exactly what to say because you don't need i don't feel like you need to tell your lady every single thing. I don't think most women wanna know every single thing just like as men. I don't think we wanna know every single thing you know. But that's like my. She talks to her girls about things that i don't wanna talk to her about it. That's what is healthy is healthy. It's healthy to have those friendships. The look let's lean into this a little bit as if if you're gonna get cancelled. Let's get cancelled together. Let's let's go down. Let's go down with this ship together. But no i think i think here's what i figured out. Here's what i believe. It happens in a men's group that is it's it's i believe in containers. The relationship with your woman with your spouse is a container and inside like your bedroom is a container in the bedroom you you should rest and make love. That's about it in your office. Don't do work in your bedroom. That's not what the containers for so your relationship with. Your woman is a container where you should both feel nurtured nourished Sure that conflict is going to rise. But you should be able to navigate that conflict in ways that that that is gentle and reassuring to each other. That helps each other to feel safe. We men have a certain intensity..

"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Men, This Way

Men, This Way

04:23 min | 2 months ago

"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Men, This Way

"Tv sits on a on a nice nice little Tvs damn so. He walked over to it yesterday. In the power button on the side so we hit the power button. He's i turn this off and on so he's like these turn it off and on. I was watching the sons in butts game. And then i look down in my book because i was really always read or i either read or like computer during the commercials because i don't watch commercials so all of a sudden i hear like date and i look up and this boy is rocking the tv back and forth like tv mountain or got like so. He's just at that point where he wanted be construct and terrorize and like break into him. Is not being destructive is just. He wants to know how things work. Yeah you know. What does this sound was the cause and effect who see his brain like interact with his world. You know yeah. I can imagine. Let me just let me. Just take everything apart. Just to see how it fits together. I mean made a conscious thoughts is back in. I i get that. I remember Word of caution. I remember years ago reading about You know the the the. What's the irrational fear of terrorism in our country shirts here but you know i read this statistic we are. We are far more likely to get to get killed by a tv falling on her head than we are by a terrorist act I thought that was very interesting. Statistic because nobody thinks they're going to die from tv fallen on their head and yet that's more likely than mergen against shows you the the overthinking and i actually have a memory of my of my sister had when we were young. She had a tv fall on her. Damn head So that happens and it kills people and again coming back to over. Think i just. I just offer that as you know yeah meltdown. Tv sylvester mounting..

mergen sylvester
"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Men, This Way

Men, This Way

04:20 min | 2 months ago

"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Men, This Way

"And i was in a workshop about three hundred people about ten years ago and there was a black woman in this workshop who I saw so just nine days slide just nine. Days of questioning are stressful thoughts. That's all we did for nine days straight and saw this black woman halfway through. She had this moment of a pitney. She and this is what she shared with all of us she shared that she had been. She had beaten her two children her children and her rationale four. She beat them because she knew the world was going to beat them so better she teach them how to take beating because the world is going to do it anyway so in her mind she had been teaching them to a beating by beating them herself and the moment she that pop for her. I heard a cry out of her. Her whole being wailed in a way. Like i've never heard anyone wail like that before when she saw. That was such a profound moment for me. I mean for so many reasons obviously just being a white man not understanding the black experience also just understanding Honestly an ex girlfriend. That i had. I i heard through this black woman. Speaking finally heard an ex girlfriend of mine all the things that she had been wind so me but also My parents like what you said you know being able to understand. I think what i've learned is to is to host space for my anger at how you know. My father has not shown up for me. Hold space for that. I can i get to be angry and my father didn't have the internet. He didn't have youtube. he couldn't go on to watch our videos sylvester he couldn't run. There was no amazon where we're his therapist whereas his mental health support. You know they didn't have this. So yeah we're allowed to be pissed off. We're allowed to be angry. Were allowed to present your any of those low vibrational emotions were allowed to be that but.

sylvester youtube amazon
"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Men, This Way

Men, This Way

04:38 min | 2 months ago

"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Men, This Way

"He didn't really get to see this version of me. Really get the steamy evolve. My vision mother. My mother was a mostly. she's she's been emotionally unavailable her whole life or my whole life. I can't say her whole life so for me. at least i haven't really been able to share those things with her like when i was playing football. Couldn't really share that with her. She didn't come to the games. You know when i'm dayton who i was dating couldn't really share like oh me and so and circle going to the prom or we're going to do our first date. She wasn't really involved like that. It was just more well. Here's what you can't do don't do this. You know so i mean. I've shared some of the journey with her. She's heard it but she's she's definitely told me like hey i'm proud of you. Forgive them though but let me let me. Just say that. That's another thing. See a lot of us. We don't forgive our parents. We hold resentment against our parents ever. We hope pain against our parents forever. They coulda did this. They should have did this. I mean you're right. I with you. You're right if you're saying that my parents could do more you're right they could have but they were also learning they were also they were also under shame based thinking they were also limited by something you know they were also old just depends on the story of where you come from. You know you have an immigrant family do you have. My mother was a black. A black woman. Broken up in this country so i have no idea what she went through like. You know what. I mean so. That's the other thing. I always want to offer people's forgiveness you know. Forgive yourself. I got to forgive yourself. You know it's not your fault. You have shamed base thinking and and we don't need to place blame our parents either. Let's not blame them. My dad was alcoholic. Beat myers all the time..

dayton football myers
"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Men, This Way

Men, This Way

04:50 min | 2 months ago

"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Men, This Way

"To the way most people talk with most of us talk with chain as the leader of our stories would often tell people over. Not good at even. Hey you just make pancakes for your girl for your wife or your husband. You go take pancakes. Hey i hope you like these pancakes. Yeah i didn't have any blueberries or i didn't have any butter or you know. I cooked them too long even the way we do little things like present food. We add shame into it like why not. Just walk up to the person. Say hickel your pancakes. Babies are the best. You're gonna have literally feel the energy difference. You offer one and say oh. I forgot you blueberries. Blueberries your favorite. What's you're bringing shame into this. You're you're changing the energy to shame and the other one you say. Hey these are the best damn pancakes ever will. What's the energy there. it's fine. it's loving is magnetic so my question for anybody listening to the podcast now to just really reflect on some of the thoughts that you're saying to yourself that you repeat over to yourself the stories it's repeating over to yourself and ask those questions asked like what really what happened if the thing that you fear if that actually happened what what actually will happened and a lot of the times we see that really. I mean maybe some emotional discomfort but in the physical world like really nothing really would happen most of the time and then the other question i asked you know. Is that your story. Most of the time is not. I noticed a lot of the shame based thoughts i head. They came from my mother and father which is where most of it comes from. You use me indoctrinated religion through school through your parents or wherever you grew up with for me. It was my mother and father. Mashing based thinking came around money it came around. The money doesn't grow on trees. You don't know the value of money. Don't spend money on that. Save all your money. No don't blow money on that so it came it be. It was Limiting belief system around money and experienced that. When i wanted to quit my job my corporate job in two thousand. Twelve my hey. I'm going to quit my job. Well why would you do that. You're making seventy five thousand a year my well. That's not a lot of money. I actually can make a lot more. I could invest less energy and make more money. And i don't like this works so i wanna do work that i like. I wanna work. That inspires me. I want to do work that. There's a conscious capitalists capitalist side of where yeah understand. I'm exchanging money for goods and services but i wanna make sure that people are getting value and getting helped and the products that i'm selling now i don't i don't feel i feel like i'm actually hurting people so i wanted to make energetic switched for house making money but to them to people they just saw it. As you're throwing away seventy five thousand dollars a year which is not security..

hickel
"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Men, This Way

Men, This Way

03:10 min | 2 months ago

"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Men, This Way

"There's something that happens there that is a pathway to fulfilling potential man. What pressures that myself like. It's not just. Am i going to have a good time or not. It's my life is at stake. If you're you're putting a lot of pressure around like certain interactions dude i. I'm on a mission in this body on this planet and which again man. There's an insanity in that there's a there's a pathologic pathology in that and i'm but still like his childhood programming. There's family stuff a lot wrapped up in that that you know i'm here to on a fucking mission and so but that's my fear so overthinking is constantly for me it's constantly around is what i'm doing. Is this going to fulfil dude. It's exhausting sylvester to live inside of that story. Suggesting i don't get i. Don't get a day off. What happens if you were able to reimagined that story retail the story. Well fortunately i am able to re imagine in retail that story. I am able to relax that story. And i get my life back. Ironically i get my life back when i retailed at story. That's the irony. Is i think inside of that story. I i'm always thinking my life is over there. It's somewhere it's not here. it's over there. And when i release that story oh man i just here i am again actually. In my life living my life fulfilling the simplicity. That is my life and what happens if you you do fail at the thing. What what if you feel pretty bad. Yeah happens then you know. I think for me Sylvester i live with a kind of schizophrenia. In that i i see the story and the irony is sylvester in that story. I can only fail. There is no success that would ever be enough to satisfy that story. When i'm able to relax story and just just do my day. Just do the thing that i'm here to do. Have this conversation with you be present. I'll say it like this. Failure is welcome. Because i'm willing for things to not go the way. I think they should go. It doesn't mean it's comforto's doesn't mean but yeah that's what's going to happen so good you're living reality. Told mother question. His mother is that story. You actually yours. Did you create this story. No i don't believe. I did not for a second in. That's for most of us. That's where so. I have this new book coming out. It's called loving yourself properly. In the first the very first chapter is call. Shame based thinking and so he goes through this entire framework about shame based thinking..

sylvester Sylvester schizophrenia
"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Men, This Way

Men, This Way

03:54 min | 2 months ago

"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Men, This Way

"Trusting that there's wisdom in my body and and let's unpack this because this is a slippery slope so unpack this with you but trusting that there is Like you like your body was screaming when you needed to meditate. There's wisdom in the body. That's telling me yeah you go to this thing or no. Don't go to this thing. There's wisdom in the body pointing the whispering in. It doesn't have all the information and i generally find that when i listened to that. But i'll get i wanna pack this with you sylvester because this could be used for good and evil that generally when i when i listen life flows well but again. Let's unpack that. Because what does it mean to again. Listen to the wisdom in the body. So let's go back to the example of the person who is saying okay. Well who else is going to be there. And the reason we're asking that question is to get get more information so we can potentially predict the harm that may come to us or the joy that may come to us right here. Okay what that means to me at point in my life that i figured out is that you're asking those questions because something is not full inside of you particular story. What was enough for. It wasn't over thinking. It was a lack of expressing my boundaries so once i began to fully practice boundaries in all situations in my relationship friendship with people at work weber just fully respected ma body. My voice what. I want my path what i don't want Situations i don't want to be in then. All the overthinking went went away all of the. Let me check on this situation this environment. Identify as as impact as a very empathetic person. Some very sensitive to other people's actions and reactions in what. They're saying how they're behaving so because of that. I can't just be around everybody all the time. I don't have a unlimited battery like. I'm assuming those people listen to this can relate like we don't have a limited battery i have a very limited amount to give but i wanna give i want to show up. I want to be present. Like i wanna be at the function. I want to be doing the doing things with people so for my life would i recognize. Oh just need to get great at boundaries so for me i got great at boundaries in any any situations where i used to overthinking completely went away so believe is let's say a person is over thinking okay over. Thinking is a by product of something. So what are you really afraid or what you really not full in. The act asked a question. That question leads us. The path of okay will deconstruct it. Like what are you. I'm going to ask you. What are you afraid of when it comes to over thinking. What are you really afraid of you asking me right now. I'm asking you here's my biggest fear out of my biggest. But here's a core fear that i have identified. I have fear that i am not going to live to my fullest potential. Like i am gonna fail. Somehow at what i came here. It's a it's a. it's an insane fear but the thought is i can. I can fail. At what i came here to express through my life so inside of that you know what gives way to that is oh shit man. Maybe like i have to go to this thing because what if like..

sylvester weber ma
"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Men, This Way

Men, This Way

04:21 min | 2 months ago

"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Men, This Way

"I didn't warm up and i'm experiencing now the perfection of it over thinking look pivot a little bit because i know that something. That's near and dear to your heart. You know my mom said to me. yea- twenty five years ago says my mom mom is a a a a brilliant intellectual woman ran a crisis center for thirty five years. And she said to me twenty s brian. You think too much one of the greatest gift she ever give me now so. I know that you do not know my mother. I actually don't know that. But i'm gonna assume you don't know my mother. I definitely no. You're not in her head So what do you think she meant by that. Start there because why not brian you think too much what do you think what do you think she meant by that or yeah. We'll start there and see where that takes us just for fun. There's obviously so much context. I could ask for but i'm not gonna ask for because i'll just answer the question at face value. Think she was trying to invite you at that point in your life into the power of trusting yourself. It's dead on man. I absolutely agree with you a lot of times over thinking is we do it ourselves either. Because we don't trust ourselves we don't trust the environment we don't trust the other people where fearful because we try to predict the outcome of what's going to happen know every experience. We have produces a kind of motion and the emotions. Basically we try to look at our emotions two ways when we look at it as hey that was good. I want to experience that again or that was awful. I'm going to do everything i can to avoid it. And that's basically how human behavior you know how we how we live in so we used over thinking as a as a tool to our advantage. At least that's what we think we're doing to put ourselves situations that will redact more stuff we like and we'll keep us away from things we hate you know so for example. If you if you ever catch yourself saying someone invites you somewhere and you say oh well who else is gonna be there so harmless question innocent question and i'm guilty of that are pretty much always asked that question. You know the reason you're asking that question you have to ask yourself. Why are you really asking like i'm in. I'm inviting.

brian
"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Men, This Way

Men, This Way

05:01 min | 2 months ago

"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Men, This Way

"Got to make sure. I'm on time i started packing back and then i just felt called to get in the shower. I had taken a shower stay. You can't leave the house like this like you need to take a shower. So i'm in the shower and it's like a lot of times when we're getting ready to do things what do we do. We rush we gotta do this. I need to do this and we. This is the things we do. The you talked about it earlier the anxiety. Well now what you don't see your nervous system you're putting yourself in a fight or flight mole every time you do that. You can't heal your your your immune system shuts down go into firefight mode because it thinks you have to protect yourself so my question is how many points throughout your common day in your life. Are you doing this yourself. I could easily rush out the door. But i didn't. I got him on shower. Actually i actually put some lavender oil in the shower. And i sat down at the at the bottom. I smelled idea my meditation in the shower. Before i came over here i love. It is sitting on the floor. Is i water. And the number one thing i kept saying myself is a half time because initially my body was telling me like okay. You need to go. you can't be late. you can't be late. But i've told myself halftime have more than enough time. Walk to my car. Took my time like wasn't looking at the clock wasn't obsessing because here's the deal mean you have a relationship. Our relationship is very exact home in everything that i did leading up to. This is going to be is going to come into our interaction. My work talk a lot about energy. So the energy we exchange is going to be the consequence of everything. I've been doing for the last two hours that you've been doing for the last two out.

"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Men, This Way

Men, This Way

05:22 min | 2 months ago

"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Men, This Way

"Never really whenever talked awesome ability. Meditation for me helps me see what's possible in in in every way in every way that you can imagine that so if you're using a meditation and that's the thing i see meditation as a tool i see it as something that's meant to be used. I've used it before to bring me inexperience before to process and experience. I've used it before to relax yesterday. Idea my meditation yesterday. I walked on a treadmill for about a good hour. I'd like to do walk outside a summertime here in arizona which means you die within two minutes if you look at this walk you just walk on a treadmill for now you know so. I did my treadmill for an hour. Lifted for like forty five minutes. And then i went in there and david administration for about thirty minutes and i caught myself in the middle of meditation without even realizing it just smiling and laughing was just laying in the room by myself smiling laughing you know so brought me the possibility of joy on emotional expression of just three two just being my most genuine self in a room by myself just laughing smiling. So if you're thinking of meditation maybe maybe not think of it like hey. I have two monday wednesday friday. And if i miss. Something's wrong with me. Maybe just look at it as you know this meditation could show me what's possible so let me just not put pressure on and not stress myself out about it and not judge myself as i'm doing. It just just tried out for a few minutes. I think that's key to for a few minutes. It doesn't have to be a thirty minute or an hour long experience. It can be sixty seconds to minutes a couple minutes. That's more than enough. Two minutes is more than enough to make to make allow your brain to make a change. Thirty minutes only reason i can do thirty minutes. 'cause i've been doing this on and off for eight years so i feel like i have a. I've worked up to that at the beginning. I wasn't an eight minutes no way or excuse me at thirty minutes. No way i was. I was doing a few minutes at a time. Yeah i also find. Meditation is a great way. So i i do practice it in the morning and i find that it helps me get clear around. What what what is life really calling from me today. It helps me really step into my day with clarity around what i'm gonna give myself too. That is worthy of my my time in my heart in my skill all of that versus just a day where i wouldn't do that. I'm just often functioning anxiety of all the half twos that. I think i got to do so. I i can appreciate what you said about that. I think one other thing that occurs for me. Meditation is.

david administration arizona
"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Men, This Way

Men, This Way

04:14 min | 2 months ago

"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Men, This Way

"Okay body. I had to listen to you. you're screaming. We have to listen to you. Have to give you what you want implemented meditation practice has been changed me in the quantum world. Which has changed me in the physical world. So it's just like of all the things i could say there's a. There's a few things. I went through my head but i have to at this present moment. Like after. give the night to the meditation practice. Because it's just just feel like it's shifted me so much recently. I've gone through a lot of changes last year. So definitely the meditation. When you say your body was screaming at you what do you mean. Yeah grip football player. You know bigger faster stronger. Sprints bush press why stay at lifts you know all that which is and then of course playing a game too. So it's a. It's a lot of trauma in your body you know. It's a lot of stress on your body and continue to work out that way. Train like an athlete. My twenties train the same way like the consequences of doing those. Your body gets tight you know. Because you're you're you're acting on those fast which muscles you're lifting your muscles get really tight instill by screaming at me to release really release. It was it was basically telling me i was tight but what i've learned over time because i see i see the world through a holistic lens can't just look at my body. This is the way. I think. I can't just look at my body and say physical body is i have to look at it and say okay. Well my mental body is tied to my spiritual body is tied as well so my question then became to myself. Okay what do. I need to do to release to release this. So the answer was at least for my physical side was to at bickram. Yoga backing tamar routine. I've been doing it do beckham. Yoga do forty five functional fitness.

Sprints bush football tamar beckham
"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Men, This Way

Men, This Way

04:38 min | 2 months ago

"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Men, This Way

"Our fathers to the masculine joy of doing nothing. Which is what meditation can be if we allow it to how we can listen to the bodies wisdom to determine what the say yes to and no to and so much more. But here's the thing that i really really enjoyed about. My conversation will sylvester m and we are new to each other so But the thing. That really excited me that i really enjoyed about talking. Sylvester is it will for example one thing that podcasters often do is remove all spaces from an interview. There's no space they take out ums and is and and because they wanna make sure that your attention isn't given an opportunity to get bored but i'm thoughtful about that and i often like to allow some space. I don't wanna conversations to feel rushed trying to hit you with lots of content and in this interview sylvester would sometimes pause for a few seconds. After i asked him question he closed his eyes and let inspiration speak through him. And i respect that and i like that and i know it can make for a more inspired conversation and so sometimes there's going to be a little silence in this interview for a few seconds. don't check to see if it stopped playing or if your phone's broken just enjoy the silence and the wisdom that comes with it. I encourage you to let this conversation. Be meditation for you as well to really let it sink into your bones so definitely stay tuned all the way through to sylvester mcnutt the thirds five key takeaways at the end of this episode of men. This way and one more thing my new book choose her everyday or leave her. it recently. Shot up to number twelve on amazon. In the dating genre like overnight it went from A total sales on the entire website of at fifty nine thousand place in all sales to sixteen hundred in all sales. Now i have no idea what any of that really means. Except that it does mean people are buying it and reading it and word is spreading. People are getting real value out of it..

sylvester m Sylvester sylvester sylvester mcnutt amazon
"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

08:37 min | 1 year ago

"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"Oh so My parents were both or both alcoholics. My mother is still alive. My father passed away and It was it was my father's. Dui that really change The synergy of my My relationship with my our family structure. We were family five and when? I look back on my childhood I can point that. Dui a genesis trauma that my sister and my brother and myself went through I could get myself invites. You know Kinda will be truthful I think the very first thing I would want to do is give myself advice for yesterday. Cheapen the question but yes in that is to you know our myself in a situation like my mother and father. Paolo where there was stress in my certainty. And things just one thing after another just kind of built up I would just want to just remind myself to just like try to simplify my life into. Just take one day at a time and Try Not to stress too much about you. Know just seems that. Don't really matter because you can. You can say a family structure. No you can say a marriage if you like getting rid of a lot of the things that holds back Like a lot of negative emotions and the resentment though. I need to be right. The need to argue to prove people wrong. Just Jill like much go there and just trying to live compassionate and just shug outraged. I think I would. I would give myself advice yesterday. 'cause I am father? My son is GONNA be March for his own. Yeah Dedi Spears. Just like I guess they'll come in with You know I just I just want to try to you know. Be there for me Give Him some love and passing a lot in the live healthy. Y You know. I don't want him to be thirty years from now Write books about you know trauma here. Because his dad was this and that was that I just wanted to be healthy. He's going to have problems and struggles. And Yeah get all that. But I don't want structure to be problems. So that's like one of my biggest goal right now and If I can get another piece of it will be from college. Actually because of that I started hours. Twenty one You know I was a ball player in college and you know college when I was eighteen. I don't know June tomorrow area. There are honestly what just tell myself not to drink at all I really think some about worse. Decisions have been made under the influence alcohol and when I like. Look Beckham my life. I don't I don't really like to be honest. I really don't like that. I think that I've heard people that I cared about because decisions may force apart And I just I just don't like I don't like it I don't I don't ever get a problem with the alcoholism as far as BSS or just can't control it but you're young college you do you do dumb stuff and I would say like my biggest regret is like this girl. I was dating at the time because I was drinking. Maybe decision really her and I wish I could take that pain away from her. You know and I wish that I wish that I never would have. Did you know her? You know it's and that'll be my biggest regret you know so I would you say not drinking at all if I could get myself in Navarre? Yeah I come from a mother's alcoholics. I completely understand where you're coming from. And it's like that decision to end a cycle and not have it influence your ends with you and I have the same type of relationship with alcohol where it's it's like. I. I don't why nothing good comes from it. You get headaches. It's it's it's not positive and it's fun socially but I think when you come from a background where you've seen devastation. You're a lot more sensitive to it and aware of of its influence. So I totally get that. We'll go point just social thing when you really think about it. Just don't get her point of like when I write my books. I don't under any influence but I don't have medical marijuana part living yourself. I definitely enjoy marijuana. Well right I won't do that when I when I'm writing poetry like I write would've cleared sober-minded and industry a lot of allow it right I don't get it I just don't get it. Just don't get it. Why coaches so obsessed with trying to figure out. I don't know let's part of me wants to never again in the tar also from just like okay. Well you know how much you know sipping focus is now I was probably one of my treadmill disturbances figuring out I guess do. Essentially you know absolutely. Get that if you were. I'm transitioning from this life and you wanted to leave behind in gold nuggets of wisdom or inspiration. What would they be wrong as deep questions really really? He'll you have to. I have to heal the especially vengeance and things you have to. He'll he'll not something. There is is a competent process And then you try to chase some type purpose In a lot of times people associate that job does it could be a day of the week today and I'm GonNa try to just be capacity today. Well I'M GONNA try to be funny making allowed. They just just have some guy push. Maybe maybe you're serving. You know some spiritual figures serving. You sound serving pancakes. I you just have some type of purpose bigger than you. Something that you're giving by some of the trade and then last hour to say on this chart out front Is so many things to be serious about upset about you know. I'm really cursive so I'm just trying to have mine. Aweso lot on people around whichever would all toward people don't think people make fun of but I mean everybody I make myself. I don't I don't might be so serious You know I'm going to have the conversation anymore. But at the end of the day we talk about you know just be be open with each other. You know that's just what I want to say. Eight and purrs and he'll say I'm so appreciative of you. Taking time to talk to me today and sharing your gold if whoever's listening if you haven't followed Sylvester you need to pick up his books. I'm appreciative view. And your time and how open you are so thank you very much. Thank you very much. Thank you so much for listening today. So vested breathes and exudes sole and authentic. If you're not following him you should be. It was a pleasure taking up space with him. You can find him on. Instagram. At Silvester mcnutt or online at Sylvester mcnutt dot com as always. Subscribe to this podcast lever of you and don't forget to share with your friends. You can find me on Instagram at either. Ms Dodge Not Schneider or the lives movement at Loves Viral. Dot Media or live at love is viral dot com. Get deepen the work with me to uncover your messing before you pass it on to your children or the people you influence order my book. Laura Harnessing your pass to create your future available on Amazon or Barnes and Noble Dot Com until next time in the words of my grandma love each other every day..

marijuana Sylvester mcnutt Silvester mcnutt Paolo Dot Media Noble Dot Com Dedi Spears Navarre Jill Amazon Schneider Sylvester
"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"sylvester mcnutt" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"In the sixties. It was black and white. I only think of the birds when I think of like other scary movies. Oh it's it's going to kill me if I don't remember the name they so I mean look at because I feel like they're doing a review with With Jordan pill. Let's see so. He did cycle rear window vertical. That movie that movie the birds. Yeah I always think of that. One scene from the birds like at the very end. It's terrifying. I remember cycle with the shower scene but this is called the pop culture favorites but he was he was a gifted. He's a gifted director. Yeah get the director great writer. He Had the Vision. Same with like rl. Stein like people could just invoked so much emotion on his Co. so someone asked him What advice do you have for people? Who WANT TO BE WRITERS. I say they don't really need advice. They know they want to be writers and they know they're going to do it. Those people who who had no who really really know there they cut out for this they just know it and that's how I feel. I feel like if you're if you just know you'll cut out for something some Tom. You don't vice sometimes. You don't even need to know how to do it. Sometimes you just need truck and then you're GONNA lose and you're gonNA fail and then you just leave said this is so funny and you keep trying eventually something quick. You're not going to start your natural learning process. I think that's so valuable because I know for me so I've been writing since publicly since two thousand nine and my book came out in two thousand eighteen and thank you. It's called Lor. Harnessing your pass to create your future. It's it's it was a book years and years in the making but it was it was grinding and learning and I am so I think it's so valuable to talk about. Why it's important to be that seeker and that constant student because for me it was. I was always reading about what I needed to do. I was going to conferences and I'm an. I'm a voracious reader. I have a huge library. It's very hard for me to get rid of books when I buy them. I'm like I have like an emotional attachment to books and I think it's valuable advice though because I have a lot of people also reach out to me and ask me about writing getting published and now that I have an app out there like well. How do you build an APP? And I'm like that's such a huge questions unpacked like. There's so much there like I'd have to create an entire masterclass to explain how to create an APP and I think that separates not that. There's anything wrong with asking questions and going to people who know more than you and asking them for advice but you also have to have and this is what I would say. Is that when someone asks me? How do you how do I become an author published? How do I create an APP? One of the things I say to them is like it's like seventy five to eighty percent of it. Is You like you can hire really great developers or you can have an amazing editor but you have to want it bad enough. No one's going to take your hand and be like okay. Come on you've had this great idea. Let me do this for you. Like with with my most recent company like I'm having to learn how to handle digital marketing. I don't know how to do any of it but I sure have ordered a bunch of books and taking a bunch of online courses that I can figure out how to handle funnels and trekking in analytics. Because that's what you do when you want something you continue to seek into. Educate yourself so that you can build that that thing that you most desire when you when you got your first book published did you like. What was your celebration did you. Were you like Oh my God have done it like what is your thought process. No it wasn't there wasn't any Russian To be honest So I kind of have to go back and just I wanted to his office always right book but I would happen first career track college football real and then when I was in college studying communications and You know I knew I wanted to be a speaker and writer. So I- classes that out with that Classes that taught me the history of riding a structure. Synthesis instruction words. And you know I felt a poetry class. My Gym Teacher. She hated you know. I remember. I'll never forget visions. I class with his assignment and are right here and I use myself into to kind of shape points. Were what I'm talking about. And then also other stories. I observed story so Intel to kind of move book. How many great writers Skinny eastbound all of you sort of you guys big news? We heard you loud and clear and I can't wait to show you what we've been working on behind the scenes today. Gold is brought to you by live media and the list pocket coach available on the Apple App store. Now not only as live like a life coach in your pocket so we have just dropped our biggest upgrade which includes live circles. These are accountability groups. You create with your friends and colleagues to support one another. You can share links upload files audio clips and hold each other accountable. In addition to personal circles we've also created something incredible curated themed circles led by purchase on specific topics that we know interest. You the very first one next level. Love join me. For Ninety Days of visualization talks and interviews with relationship experts dating coaches and chat sessions to work on ourselves. Our stories learn how to date and love intentionally. This is for the people who WanNa take your love light to the next level. The team at live has worked so hard to provide you something special and since we love giving gifts and self development is our thing we have a special offer while you have enjoyed a VIP experience live for free ninety nine since Christmas. This upgrade is valuable. No one is doing what we're doing. So if you opt in before the end of our first curated group May Eighteenth Twenty twenty. You can get live Coach for ninety nine dollars for the year. This gives you access to Oliver. Content Accountability circles both yours and ours. That is eight dollars and twenty five cents a month to change your life shoot over to love his viral dot com to sign up or shoot us an email at Hallo at loves viral Dot Com with live ninety nine in the subject line. We will set you up and get you all the Kurds that you need this offer won't last sign up now and here's to you on the best decision you've made today live pocket coach. Welcome to your life..

writer director May Eighteenth Twenty twenty Stein Intel Tom Apple Oliver editor football