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China marks one year since Wuhan's COVID-19 lockdown

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:45 sec | 11 months ago

China marks one year since Wuhan's COVID-19 lockdown

"Not an anniversary to celebrate. It's been one year since the first covid. Nineteen lockdown in wuhan china one year ago at two in the morning people in wuhan china where receiving an alert on their smartphones announcing the world's first corona virus locked down by ten. Am airport. Train and bus stations halted service and a complete shutdown that lasted seventy six days today. Life has largely returned to normal in the central chinese city where the virus was first detected even as the rest of the world struggles with the spread of contagious strains residents were seen practicing tai chi at a park in wuhan saturday and people shopped as chinese new year decorations were displayed for sale. Now after months of negotiations china finally gave permission last week for the world health organization to begin investigating the origin of the virus.

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"tai chi" Discussed on The Mind Body Dude

The Mind Body Dude

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"tai chi" Discussed on The Mind Body Dude

"Being able to decipher and and if if it's come to me and that descent or in that situation, then it's being attached because now agreed to it. It's not out of aggression. It's actually out of want to say curiosity. and knowing so as she flew I I understand it's it's I would that's myself what what you want to tell everyone is is the relaxed use that energy ground yourself. It'll prevent a lot of violence unnecessary violence. Prevent something from escalating and prevent you from getting hurt and we'll protect you as a martial art Tai Chi is a martial art originally a martial art and then off. It's raining in to the health aspect and practices. And today practiced as a health exercise. Majority of the tops only I want to specify that. So, you know, thank you for being with me to be able to get my thoughts out. I know it's been a little hard sometimes cuz I'm using at least as and my rights in my.

"tai chi" Discussed on The Mind Body Dude

The Mind Body Dude

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"tai chi" Discussed on The Mind Body Dude

"Here in America. It is our right to protest peacefully. That may not always be the case that may not always that should always be the case, but maybe perhaps it doesn't shop. Maybe or maybe or maybe perhaps there's an event or situation. We're push comes to whatever the case may be having. A balanced in terms of not being persuaded being routed in yourself and your cost. And what this does is it allows you to Center your energy relax yourself. apply again with yang and vice versa be able to receive the energy and know how to respond properly within your means and whatever wage proper means in the situation. think a lot of people can use some Tai Chi and I think it can be a good bouncer help people come together. But as far as You know and there's there's there's a lot of ways. There's a lot of things you can say about. who needs what and where the problems start and I feel like mind-body Health exercise Tai Chi not only just exercise but I Chi meditation. It's a reset button. Let's go. Breathing. Let's go you start from from from step one. You can start anytime best time to start is now so And seeing some of these what's going on. I'm not going to be foolish or I'm not going to speak. Naively is so weird or or act naive as to not be aware of the current situations wage aren't the State of Affairs within the United States. But one one thing that we don't need is increased aggravation Tai Chi is going to help the balance that I'm speaking with. A martial arts practitioner or fourteen years speaking of speaking as a martial arts teacher that is hot Kung Fu and Tai Chi and still teaches Tai Chi to this day and teaches Tai Chi. I've taught martial arts to a majority civilians majority civilians. And a handful of police officers and Military members..

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"tai chi" Discussed on The Mind Body Dude

The Mind Body Dude

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"tai chi" Discussed on The Mind Body Dude

"If you're a listener of the show, I try to keep the show as impartial as and political as possible. and given the the time the situation the circumstances for Supporter of Donald Trump that's you know, I I'm I don't have any anything against you. Okay, I want to work with you. but I feel that his leadership has not shown and I can tell you I mean Versi if I said this one another show, but you know, I was I have not been a a believer of his skills since 2006 were fourteen years, so I didn't get a chance to see him on t v on The Apprentice we shows cuz I knew before then it was a fraudster. He is a fraudster. So. This show is dedicated to giving you the best knowledge possible as someone who works in the holistic health care field. We're already struggling to help people. And and fight for the legitimacy of our medicine. Right we're fighting for. Using science and reasoning and anatomy and physiology and being able to speak. We're doing all of this in order to be able to explain how we to help people and and and and I'm kind of getting off topic here. But point being is you have to be on point. You have to know what you're talking about. That's why I created this show. It's y as a practitioner I give off every patient your site in terms of what I think what's going on with the prognosis explain I have references and I don't just keep up with things. That's just a hearsay. It's based on a background of knowledge and education So if you're listening to the show. Please know you're getting the best information possible on my end. Not the only source of information. But a very reliable good source of information. Does that make sense? Perfect. Why do we need Tai Chi because Tai Chi will help you to balance, especially if you're going out and.

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"tai chi" Discussed on The Mind Body Dude

The Mind Body Dude

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"tai chi" Discussed on The Mind Body Dude

"Off to do is here to help. Oh, how are we doing? This is my body dude, or the whole thing just like suction pump dressed. Well, let's take Health Care off. I hope you hear me loud and clear today. I am changing up my style just a little bit. I'm trying to pronounce and speak more clearly so you can hear me. I think I said this in the last show.

"tai chi" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"tai chi" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

"It would just have just be clean. So I really do appreciate the fact that song. The dirt and scratches have has persisted between scenes and episodes because it barely ever happens. Yeah, cuz she was able to contact Tai Chi and then this kind of bums me out cuz it's like okay fine. Okay, it's good that they contact them because I get to see what they're doing and looks like they're actually going to be doing plot important stuff. But also how kind of like I was kind of like a good maybe they're sort of money. They're going to say, okay, we can't contact them and actually address there can be contacted but no they can be contacted any time they find they can communicate it's fine anyway, so coach reveals that he saw her job back in Tokyo and it's for real this time and they learn that their Digimon are not actually there and they kind of concerned to know that they're not would tighten you much either and I'm kind of glad that you say what the other characters are doing. So a news broadcaster says the power is back but the prolonged disturbances have all had lasting effects on the train lines and were then we see Joe who says that he's dead. Ported everything that happened to a police box, but they didn't actually believe him and then kosher. Oh then tells them that there's a lot of fake information on the internet about it and sort of recognizes Tai Chi Zhong sister and then he carries mom continues to be weird and realized she forgot the car. So she has the cat to Sora and tells the group of children to look after a slightly younger child and the cat thought once mentioned pack. Yeah. It doesn't say hey Sora, have you seen Thai? Hey, it's my son's two friends have either of them seen my kid. I'm not sure if she would know kosher off because touchy and customer had just previously met. Yeah, I guess that's that's amazing. But yeah, so are definitely like you can call her tight to his mom and yeah one mention of him like what the heck?.

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Anxiety Relapse: What to do when anxiety comes back

Anxiety Slayer

06:06 min | 2 years ago

Anxiety Relapse: What to do when anxiety comes back

"Today we're talking about what you can do when you have an anxiety relapse. Hey Shan before we jump into the episode I was just thinking. It's exactly two months to the day that I will upbeat in England in very close to seeing you in person for the first time and I'm very excited about that. Oh well I didn't realize it was coming up that quick. Wow two months to the day. I'm excited to all right back in back in to the episode this week. We're discussing. What causes setbacks? Sir Relapses on the road to recovery from anxiety. We've been hearing from a lot of you. abouts at backs and relapses so we thought we should dig in and talk about that a bit today so that you have an idea of how to support yourself when anxiety flares up unexpectedly. Yeah I think First thing to be aware of his to pause and take a breath and and have a look at how you life spin for the last two or three weeks maybe even a month when we can see cause and effect act and anxiety doesn't seem so mysterious. Often they feel that they came out of nowhere and that can be really disturbing so have a look and consider after a few things that can cause anxiety to flare up. Setbacks can come from surprising places they can come from nonprescription medications. Sion's I know of people that have had full blown anxiety attacks from cough medicine for example Caffeine maybe caffeine intake crept up alcohol. Aw Recreational Drugs Change Travel. Illness accumulated stress that trip stress that just builds up and takes us over the the edge. Our environment changes in Diet. Changes in the weather and hormonal changes can all be triggers Franks. It so really helpful to just sit down with a pen and a piece of paper. Just look back and see if you can spot some cause-effect and have a look at what you need to do to get back in step with looking after yourself. It's incredibly important to know yourself to know what's going on and to be really present with what's happening in your life because just that presence in just a little bit of time to check in with yourself and say oh no what. Here's some things that were different era. Some things that explain this this and that I can do differently. I can look at differently or handle in a different way than I did this last time and it feels so much more in control. Yeah definitely it makes for a different experience. The worst thing with anxiety is to fill that it's erratic he's just going to flare up and we don't don't know why and then we can easily fill at the mercy of anxiety and then we'll get worried about life. I haven't attack when I'm away from home and these are all things that we can help ourselves with you. Can you learn how to stop an anxiety attack on your way from once you know how to do that. Then you've got the upper hand over anxiety and when those will if thoughts come your responses responses when I know what to write so there's always the opportunity to train yourself actively become anxiety sled train yourself. Try the tools and techniques Knicks. Were sharing or others that you may have found. Whatever appeals to something you could try take action and try and see it as a challenge rather than an emotional Sonam that you're the mostly off? Let's talk about what helps when we find ourselves in relapse I can tell you that my experience the thing that helps me the most is to get grounded as quickly as possible and so that means being at the shores of of Lake Michigan as you know a Nanga that's my that's my place Or being a in the forest in the woods anything that gets me out in grounded in nature helps a great deal and we just mentioned getting to know yourself and and being mindful of what's been happening. I'm being really honest. That of course helps as well but being really gentle with yourself helps and understanding that this too shall pass as we we say so often. Yeah what else I think taking solace from authors of conquered during slighty knowing the others of go through this and I can cantu. What did they do? Look at what they've done and anxiety will tell you nothing works anxiety will tell you this has come back and you're stuck with it which she's frightening but anxieties Eliah so to rice. The challenge and look thoroughly at what other people have done that have got them throngs. It's it breathing and typing walking Yoga Tai Chi taking up crafts really mindfully. All of these things really help. They sound simple but the the not an effective they work their proven to work so have a look have a look at what's helping others have a looker. Maybe there's something that you think. Oh Yeah I've heard about that and I've I've been meaning to try this tapping thing what I give it a go at a lovely message in the group yesterday from a lady that tha damned if d tapping my breathing and it really makes me smile when I read messages like that. You know this proactive gentle approach and then we get messages all the time. Mm from people signed this tapping thing walks tell ping right so rise to the challenge. Be Mindful of your caffeine. Make sure you're eating regular meals that helps. It's make sure your blood sugars steady. Make sure you're hydrated. You decided to try adding some flowers rescue remedy to your drinks for me me. That's the first thing is my hand goes for the rescue remedy and then Breathing tapping a walking all of which can be done at the same time. Yeah

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An Interview with William Sadler of "The Shawshank Redemption"

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

09:45 min | 2 years ago

An Interview with William Sadler of "The Shawshank Redemption"

"Next guest is played death an expert in Taichi. And if you're fortunate you may be able to have a sheriff you suck on the rooftop with them. Please welcome the incredibly talented legendary. Legendary William Sadler Bill. Thanks so much for being on the show today. You're very welcome. It's great to be here and I was looking at your twitter account. One of the funny anything that one of the quotes you have is it says that guy you know from that movie I have to save. Somebody doesn't know you or your work. They can't they can't consider themselves themselves a real movie Fan. That way I feel about it no I think I'm I guess I'm pretty well known in the you know within the business or among among die hard movie fans by now but I do but I I still fly under the radar somewhat. You know I can go to grocery stores him. Walk down the street in Chicago places. All the time and hear people say you look so familiar. Are you a Did I go to school with you. You know so part of that has to do with the fact that I you know. I guess they would categorize me as a character actor played in because I create characters when I work and sometimes they they you know they look different. One from another certainly certainly diverse. Going through your filmography. You've done it all and that's that's that's certainly a complement to your abilities. And I have to say you strike me as as a great sense of humor which is always refreshing. But the one thing my research bill when I was going through all this that really kind of popped off the pages. Is that really love. What you do and people are like well obviously well? It's not always. It's not always obvious because I interview people that I interview. Have you people that are actors or whatever they do athletes or whatever and sometimes it's like yeah and then I'm done I'm Yvonne. I feel like you just you love what you do and it's just when you research somebody like that. It's just it's just it's a complement to your. I don't know the right word is it's nice to you see. I guess we'll thank you. Yeah it's true I do Of always loved acting. I mean I think there was I guests. There was a period of time when When I was just starting out when I took it I took myself pretty seriously? I was you know I fretted over things and and make myself miserable. And if I didn't get the part I would get furious at myself. Well for the casting people or you know and eventually I guess the better angels is one out. I began to relax but I've always enjoyed. I've always loved the acting part of the business. The business end of it can be frustrating eating in boring and right but the but once once. You're once you're on the set or once you're on the stage and you begin the process assistive creating and interacting and the scene starts to crackle and lift off the page and become. You know you can feel it. Everyone everyone in the room can feel it when it's when it starts to it starts to take on a life and and it's just joyous it's really you know that's really that's exciting and it's still exciting. No and the funny thing is I find now as a you know. been doing this so long. That happens more and more and more. I I think I'm a better actor than I was when I used to worry about it. Quite so much right any kind of let things fall where they do and I have to say you've been for people that when they hear this and you've been so good for so long but one of the things you don't get credit for maybe. I'm just looking too hard at the screen. I feel like you. You've been in phenomenal shape for a long time. I feel like I'm like he's in fantastic shape. We're GONNA die hard. Is that like is that just kind of a result purposely do or. I'm not letting quite good shape. Now Greg gravity a cruel mistress no-one diehard to well that's a that's a great perception too because I was casting die hard to when I first got Los Angeles than I had already done about. Eleven years of theatre including Broadway a year and a half on Broadway so I had done an awful lot of acting already I mean professionally but I hadn't. I think I heard the third movie that I did. And there was no nude scene in it when I took when I took the role It just said a man doing Tai Chi Hotel Room and I actually didn't find out about the nude scene until the costume fitting Renny Harlin. The director was there and we tried on. Hold Different costumes for different. You know is uniforms and this and that and we finished up and I said what's he what's see wearing in the hotel room scene and Renny Harlin will actually bill. I was hoping that you would be new. And I thought and that was the first I heard of it and I thought about it for a minute. It wasn't in terrible shape but I wasn't. You know I wasn't in shape to you. Your bare ass is going to hang out in the biggest summer blockbuster action movie of the Year of the year. No this is the sequel to die hard everyone on the planet's going to watch this and so I said give me give me a trainer and get me into a gym mm-hmm and push that scene off to the end of the filming and I'll do it for you. That's awesome and they. That's what they did. So AH I. I lived in the gym. When I wasn't filming I was in the gym with a trainer? And you know. And that was the result I was pleased. I was in the best shape ever but that was a long time ago. Of course it was a lot of bills ago. Yeah that's true but I get that but over the course of your career and get gravity. Believe me I get gravity and put like I feel like you've always kind of had maybe something thing I'm looking at but I feel like yeah. You definitely have kept us. You know even if we could go green mile other movies you've been in great shape that's a testament to yourself and you mentioned your Broadway working. I'm going to get to that in a moment. I just think this is where your work ethic and your love for acting just screams. I mean wasn't eleven twelve years there's off Broadway Bill. Yeah that's we regional theatre Trinity Square Repertory Company in the world the Longworth Theater off Broadway and on and finally on Broadway with boxy Blues and Actually it's a it's shaped my it's shaped my career in an interesting way because When you work in the theater you you can't be late for work and can't you can't not know your lines You know they're all the other actors are counting on you. Big carrying your your ended things and if and if the audience if anything's going to happen in that theater it'll be because you and your fellow performers made it happen right in front of their eyes eight times a week. You know you pick this use from the curtain. Goes up for those two hours or whatever avert is there's no one could yell cut You can't go back and do it over you either you either. Well hit it or you don't hit it and I'd say it's the only advice I ever give. Young actors is do some Cedar get get as much theater under your belt as as you can because because once you get to the world of television in movies There isn't time to rehearse there's you're not gonNA get a month of rehearsal. And the editors are going to takeover and the directors cinematographers and. You're GonNa do you know the process gets cut up into little tiny pieces You'RE NOT GONNA get a chance to flex those muscles The way you do in the in the theater and I think it's just I think it's very important for the work work ethic for you know. Show up ready to work. Show you know can you. Can you pull it out of your budget three in the morning after. You've been waiting thirteen hours right. Well you can

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"tai chi" Discussed on Clara Apollo's Chi Time

Clara Apollo's Chi Time

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"tai chi" Discussed on Clara Apollo's Chi Time

"Easy simple but no more of this Radio Warrior Rating Warrior Princess Royal. That's yeah we really do a how people find out more about what you're getting up to because you're what you're based in the UK but you do retreat AACSB ruled and stuff so I go to welcome season forever to K- whatever advice me I just turn up and say hello and share the beauties of life yet they can find me on just a light from DACIAN DOT COM and get hold of any of your books as well and you know awful an annual so on on facebook and you probably got twitter attor account. Maybe yeah our we have a light. Beam Akeso decimates together floating mic the Boca Auto. Better place make the world better place. Thank you so much for being achieved. Signed Jason Chan. It's been such an honor to host. You hear what you said this time. Oh you make the light in the cheapie with you too much until next. Next time blessings I do hope you enjoy that window into awakening. The Warrior within with Jason Chan that superb track earlier from Tim. Waiter Sir. If you'd like to listen again we are on podcast. Fire I tune spotify or Google play or on demand on the UK health radio. They also many shows on my youtube channel. Plora Apollo's cheat time. She probably noticed most of the topics on this show a dedicated to raising in your energy and chilling. You are distressing and maybe curious why. Well many years ago. I was an independent mom in London and long long story short I was completely exhausted and fell old before my time and I found she going which gave me back to myself and I've been supported by this compassionate practice ever since I trained as an instructor at the London College of elements which go and for the last twenty two years have been sharing teachings to what must be thousands of people now. Gosh my school is called new forest elementary going. Because that's that's where it will start it. I live in Somerset now but often back over there again and there are several really really talk class. Instructors TSA's who've been through the teacher training the I began in two thousand twelve because people asked me and there is a new program starting at the end of February and yes it will be run from Somerset this time plus on the first weekend of February so I think it's the seventh and eighth. There's a chance to dive of into the incredibly. Sustaining primordial going form she may have heard me whacks lyrical about before. But if you'd like to find out more head head over to conscious living events DOT CO DOT UK or have a look at the facebook page new forest elementary she gung. I'm and for those of you not in the area. There's a group on facebook called. Cheer Up Your Week where I share free sessions and other information on how to encourage rich your personal practice.

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"tai chi" Discussed on Clara Apollo's Chi Time

Clara Apollo's Chi Time

10:04 min | 2 years ago

"tai chi" Discussed on Clara Apollo's Chi Time

"Well Mr Tim. Wheat of with and Shrontz and Jason China's with me and it was just so phenomenal watching you onstage presenting your cheeks. That track is just so beautiful. You there tim there on the side of the state and his music playing hang in the energy in the room it was just all encompassing and connecting and beautiful and it was on a to be the thank you and it was a magical day just like to get back to that topic of the air and that we were talking about before the attracts Iraq was on. But you know I was talking about it. Being spacious and you're really full of star is full of information. Oh and then we started to get all this stuff happening. jazzing out on the on the file and Jason was saying maybe the air is mixed up here. So can you hear me because some of is to keep our so so strong. It's the combination of us. Jason it's just like the units called cope with the amount of energy running through US anyway so we largely example of it's settled down now grounded in grand in that the air is full of information and indeed when we sense. Our cheese is in the air a now Dante and is field that extends into the air. The more we build up. I'm and there was something that was really was just wonderful. That came up on one of your soundcloud meditations about how when we moved through the we create a stream of information as the register alumni. Reggie resprayed is what would it be like if we could actually see the patents that we make because as we go through the air and then you bring in that idea of where we actually leave an imprint as we move through the air and what are the implications not are. The indication is of eating came in the personal personal life. We all live in some kind of a houses or some some places and is a pool of energy especially our emotion for example impose. You you have an argument cable your loved one or your your friends if you move away after a while ten minutes or so and somebody walked into sued of space you actually feel decay your own anger or confusion. Yes that is something in the end it carried the information of energy and this energy in our human trump is called motion energy emotion so it depends on what emotions you so if you feeling confused and stress that it's an energy emotions surrounding only you in your house you know bedroom and the yogurt place so you can understand. Everybody carries the emotion and emotion culture work and sudden your realize when they walk in. You notice that person depressed and then the other person is angry and now the person is quite confused we actually can see it if you sir but most people do not know they also also carry their own emotion or emotion with them until clear the best way to clear it is by doing Chico or some movement. If if you like to do yoga meditation entirely up to you or go to pay play goals. That were would then help you become and bring some balance and omnipotent the whole world is full of e motion and emotion so that is a positive by Beijing. And there's a linkage vibration operation. The cheap is so important because an able person bring e two librium and sound tube layer upon Nia writes is about the low of patients state or sake energy or emotion so if the converse is also true so if you're putting out disturbance into the field the energy field and it can have effect you say like the air is often blue when people have been wearing wearing for instance also you can adjust it when you are peaceful within when you come within yourself. That residence is going to feed the field as well. The most important thing you have to understand. What's the power up like a pile of life Eddie? Beta emotion joint joint happiness comedy gratitude appreciation compassion and social uplift. You those are empowerment element and Talmon so helpful. Compare with inciting jealousy confusion aggressiveness loneliness. And you name it. We got it because we are human fear especially insecurity so just a moment spent some time. Maybe just fine minute and thinking about somebody who loves and some some big decay you can up really your your spirit and mine so you were then. Neutralize unwillingly electric the emotion or emotion. You were Terry for messy. Alice our love. The song number one so once become flyers now is becoming sciences catching up with the cheese and and this energy in motion I love and that was the other thing about coming into self practice is to one of the first things to do is to run. The healing smile smile to chew him with positive energy as a preparation. For Your own self practice and also as a key into self mastery if you're if you're going in with that positive energy is going to help you manage the busy mind when it tries to come into with all that stuff because you come into the heart and don't you with that not smiling ci which is so central to g gung practice or amazing. I just give your audience K.. Fee Simple steps. They actually get them. I'm so out of the lack of emotion. Just one comment progress and other people put on how to pre K.. This I said that with their practice out debris as deep as possible use a mouse to breathe in and out is physical physical that means on the shell side that means on external human afraid deep especially emotion fate P V from inside out so learn to discipline your Grand Marshal Greasing in Norstrom prisoners. If your usual most breathing out is not the that'd be more physical on your usual north strokes to briefing out and go deep and as soon as you brief your stop thinking time Open your court at that moment. If you're emotional challenge or stressed your mind with a lot of story about the Disaster Austin. We all been there so brief. That's step one so you stop the trouble mine and then not the emotion. Come second as you already mentioned in a smile in a smile and able you we lease. He's the Steptoe tential tension within quick sample. If you'll pay a stretch you can say oh. Just relax your shoulder but then you still stand but you don't conscious until you applied in a smile briefest and three thousand in a smile and you didn't notice the subtle layer of yourself become relaxed. When did this will latch? Apply the foot one breath in you still be station because you are you tonight. You're mine too breath in the joy the light or freedom wherever you need at that time that you tonight the body and the my agana stage one step one breath and steep as you light expand your chance. Okay just wreath and don't hold your emotion if you want to cry crying tears you tears if you need to scream scream it showed it inside so actually you become conscious you'll be leasing the Immersion secondly hey you'll pay the person so go deep in a smiler help you in a smile At upsell loves so exception An compression Creighton person. It not because somebody you smart about because you actually in trouble in my abdomen to smoke. Ah I don't want to smoke. But it is a sense of sell off sell except him and holding yourself so came. Even you're tearing the sadness the FIA writing and you're holding that pain that it's humor smile. And they your hawks Upper Shelton and such open and you saw bing and the whole body a whole Bobby Ann Heart. If you can briefing that low energy will ever that mean to you or how you doing it. A piece of music and somebody'll just breathe investment sation scenic in your memory about that love that sunshine that Ocean waste that beautiful image and then on your whole body were coming back into equally grim violence.

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"tai chi" Discussed on Clara Apollo's Chi Time

Clara Apollo's Chi Time

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"tai chi" Discussed on Clara Apollo's Chi Time

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"tai chi" Discussed on Clara Apollo's Chi Time

Clara Apollo's Chi Time

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"tai chi" Discussed on Clara Apollo's Chi Time

"Persons. Yeah how we speak to ourselves. How do we speak to ourselves? And how we can use the positive energy to help shift and change. The power of the mind is so huge and yet the mind is often just on on a hamster wheel of repeat patterns. That weren't even yours anyway. And now we're coming into this space of potential of choosing. What it is you really want to resonate night with way you really WanNa be? Do you WANNA be stuck in the dot worried and fed and anxious doesn't sound like much fun there are other liberal tenets You'll get trapped yet. There is trump's upping the ante on the might believing is some clean you know maybe having of money the need to bring our program. I cannot pay my rent. And Bongino is pushed myself to my limit so they are causing a lot of stretch and it is based on Americans or will modern society which over lighting percentage because the stress so many disorders is a huge distress now and can therefore be preventable and this is what she going has given me over the last twenty years of my practice. Is You know because I'm a busy person though I try not to. I use that word too much anymore. But the spacious that might she going practice office Asia's absolutely yeah. BC that is not very good work Komo and rich people say you'll be mill busy. My legacy rich very rich. I love it always always using the words I'm well occupied. But that's does decide little bit like a toilet or something but anyway rich and that's the other point. Is that that no matter what's going on in your life there is abundance all around you and even though you might be feeling in black in some way you've only got to look at nature or even down in the supermarket market there's always an abundance of nature all around. I mean this food everywhere. Everywhere this trade since people abundance of everything and it really is what we choose the crew we cannot stop Almighty think about popcorn and trouble so because the mind is automatic. Certain secrecy is keep stinking especially when you being preoccupied or thinking pop from trouble so if it can unreal because of the section and get into the body the body of this is impractical into fight flight and free folks all the time or most of the time so we need time out but most powerful time it's your breath you briefing and you breathe uh-huh and then you've been still and learned the art of get in touch the major Kawaguchi and they will protect you. The mind and your body will it becomes like a bridge while it is a bridge between the outside world in your inner world where you can discern the subtle information that your energy is wanting seem to give you before it turns into Physical Simpson's and one of the things that I use quite law is music to help me amount of having a rich life into having a nice quiet time on the actually can help you get in touch with your heart and this state we actually understand the hot is more sensitive to bow eventuality. Nearly one hundred times more than the brain and also even more okay to be ten he natural actual magnetic field meaning our aura. If you like eat the other people's Aura. The hot open we can actually leave and expire more life. Now is being turned the heart intelligence. She said freaked out. The the brain is amazing. Both however house to get that it's an all is and when we were MBA. Serving him a couple of months ago. Now you did a fantastic Taichi set to to attract by Mr Tim Lita who was comparable age there. And you've chosen this track to play to listeners and views. I think we're going to be able to put it on the youtube as well because Tim. We'll let us do that. Could you introduced it for us and tell us what. You've chosen it this because the first time I heard about. This trend is his Co. and trump's and is from team witches Alvan is called incantation it just flow the case you know and then I took format uh on one or micro factional dvd so we got the commission to use it and dance if pipe powerful Michiko uh-huh and joy. We'll be back with Jason Chan after this Supreme Mr Tim Lita..

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"tai chi" Discussed on Clara Apollo's Chi Time

Clara Apollo's Chi Time

11:05 min | 2 years ago

"tai chi" Discussed on Clara Apollo's Chi Time

"Great Honor to be here. He is wonderful and McGinnis this book I go at my body spirit She saw you to a set. You'll Tai Chi set and I bought it and you signed it in twenty ten. Can you believe and while I you know I was on the train always traveling and I read it on the way back and I got over halfway through the whole train journey and it was just so wonderful to continue. Can you on the energy of having been in your presence and experience and then be out to read the book so thank you so much for that we meet W up she. I know she cheat time exactly. And so. I've just re-met Jason again. Mind Body Spirit in Birmingham and Yet how she connection was going strong there and it was a fantastic show. Wasn't it that that Sunday that we were there for felt really very sacred in a way that we were doing that kind of energy were on a Sunday to all those people and of course lobby some way to is there a track his deploy a little bit later. That was the soundtrack for what you were doing. An idol supplied the guide tree Manchurian and the IRAS presenting and I was really honored that you state eight and was there as part of the going the I was offering to. It was my first time on this stage. MBA overcrowded something years. And we ought your energy. Thank you thank you so much all through joint and then to meet your lovely wife Specialis I should well Beautiful exquisite energy going around and It was making me smile so much in your set it because you were talking about how cheese key and that is one of my mantras. 'cause it's so is so jason now you said can you explain a little bit more for listeners viewers why she is a very important she just give you a third creep creep introduction of people those people never may hurt about the term called seed so in Indian yogic system is called Brown but basically it's a life force so we'll talk about light boys. It's not only running jogging and we call. That is a holiday for a life force itself. You have happened. Shoot if you don't have to believe in you just touching it so to touching really to learn to get into the sequencing for example you go to Ocean holiday okay. All beach holidays. You feel fantastic. You'RE GONNA why if you stay until you can connect or somebody buys you get in touch with take our that nature POW Cheat and you've got plenty and you feel alive you got less you feel unsettled told you got less or you got trucked into your body and Ugo stress or when you got a sheet as I said you might have to become you will feel much much Betcha and also it is. Everybody can learn to get top in trump. And you don't have to be young. You ought to be all everybody. I mean it is the hold you here now but what you need to learn to get in touch with you do. It's the subtle. Isn't it the information and by your natural vitality is a subtle mechanics there and you say right when you go to the ocean or out in nature you just feel balanced and chief full manage. What is your response to your inner nature to out out tonight show but also to the energy that she that is there in this net present in the negative ions or something? Isn't that what it said. The cheese definitely can go through some of the Abi City Centre even shopping center. New Feel Bob you Actually losing vitality even okay. You excited you. Tired is strange okay. People don't understand why it feels so tired again so in my be getting decent mill. Because you this not connecting with a natural ala which is sustained or life we just call it she definitely dice of positive. Cheap healthy chee or healthy energy sake or getting stress. Basically they accumulates humanists or we could a sick cheat on some people simply they got book inches in their whole ecosystem system. I call them our bodies. It has not only body actually ecosystem basically go if allusion is body. The A whole people who've been on a planetary exist for beating years old you are it is Evil Lujan okay miracle and actually can learn how to tap into the wisdom within the field of energy. This energy is Hokey but when you in how into energy intelligent literally he speed up natural heating Immune system becomes stronger. And so you can get young girl so intelligence and fostering that within yourself learning how to do it so this is through Taichi and she going young and meditation. These are particularly the Energy Art Sunday. We've got rake. She is well and Shiatsus in the acupunctures or passive working with Radian lines. Sounds like we all like Agai- same vibration. Oh Okay I. They're not so the the Chee in Taichi is not the same was the cheese and she going or it's a different aspects of your like so for example it to sequence and then holding it will last and so when your energy channels are open and you start to notice the tingling on your fingertips as you continue practice just sitting here or standing there and then Bradley getting stronger and stronger so that is the foundation to cultivate the cheap because we only have face more time together so I just say look just holding it with less and then so you went today you found some cheap but but then to stalwart is quite fun. I'm later is more than that later. It is a key in Esha- that energy and the the movement coming from inside outside and then you start to get in touch with the adamant all be so we got a file because we've got water we've got the herb got the air so we combined and then you start to notice okay. We are part of the two nature you sound to dance and become our into the Taichi upon dateable basically become and becomes John and it becomes soft on we can become an power so this is a dense for blind so that is our extension from the cheadle it would hide cheap a movement off the cheap. Those within she can. There is movement to and as the movement's going they're very linked Taichi. I mean they're they're like brother and sister siblings aren't they. They're so deeply connected and one supports the other. Yeah but yet would you say that she goes more of healing As a on its own standalone healing system. They both can Helped heating process. But then just like you say the case of their broadened system I will use on Dacian as a treacherous I used a said art form it is. You know it's not identing is not only muscle entirely up up to you. What you do I for me is a dance leiper movement in life itself and then in my life it's his vast Up Their son down here we got the we are in between so and then surrounding will be able to solar system and the Milky Qa so we actually scientifically proven. There's no such thing as empty space now. We have faecal faith on the western Russian. Can we talk about the thought. mezuzah looked because they adopt because they just see it. So that's the result they say talk and then energy so they said okay only four percent if there's anything is called Meta only about focusing in the universe basically we've been our whole body is totally empty was really ms and we actually life but the cost model so the Taichi. If you like or cable I really love it. You actually not only dancing with the woman human done on that you can dance with rays of the sun which has been spectrum and different spectrum and vibration and the writer by aqueous. Take your whole hope. By Beijing is become the white light so now infamous Heidi recall movement in the light to weed amazing. Oh speaking my language Jason. This is just touching me deeply moving with the light beautiful and when going back to the elements since the air element so at the mind body. Spirit festival you had US feeling the air. We touching the air and I often refer to. The air is being being a place that we feel spacious. NECE that we're surrounded by air we breathe in that possibility spacious. This and then you're on the air is full. Yair is full elephant show for the chee feel it now all I love they search something you cannot see. It appears spacious and free but actually contains information. That's right it. Content information basically hold human existence is based on inflammation right down to the way the eight which is gene and that is all information. What have come out because the today signs we actually understand gene? DNA inside is surrounded by the south. which is a protein the protein it tastes actually receiving automation from the from us from the signal we send to to the to the south fifty trillions of them so in the Chee exercise we coming back into the cheese and and Byu super pill so good basically you'll see okay you'll let your whole body perceive I'm feel so good on the life and a signal? Dan was go in to to the south and to the south in to go into the DNA the DNA cut a signal open up and we actually have a new memory. So you reconsider. If you like we can actually if you it is true antiquity Krugman reversal.

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"tai chi" Discussed on Clara Apollo's Chi Time

Clara Apollo's Chi Time

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"tai chi" Discussed on Clara Apollo's Chi Time

"The person who really in some kind of a hostess or some faces a pool of energy especially our emotion for example you. You have an argument one or your your friends if you move away after a while ten minute also and somebody somebody walked into the space actually feel anger or yes. There is something in the end. He carry that information and this keep our human emotion any key emotion. Welcome you're tuned to cheat. Time your your conscious living chill-out show with me Clar- Apollo here on UK health radio on spotify issues podcast and often a video version. Nations turns up on my Youtube Channel. Clara Apollo's teatime. This particular show was actually recorded for you before Christmas on road over to just now for an absolutely perfect start to our new decade because yes the radiant warrior himself Jason. Jason Chan is here. And you've just heard a snippet from the conversation with him where we got into exploring the various dimensions of the air era. Element this juicy stuff. Because he is a Taichi and she going Masta now as you know she. Time is dedicated to bringing you robust robust interviews from people at the top of their game over a whole range of consciousness raising topics from filmmakers musicians. Shins and performers to ulcers facilitators activists doctors teachers and artists. My gathered them. All here for you to Pique curiosity and gift you a wide a window into our world of possibility at the time of great change and opportunity not I was GONNA say chaos but change opportunity is so how was your New Year. Mine was mainly on the SOFA. AH TO BE HONEST watching. The this is our season three or it was good but then come midnight after jovial chat with a dear friend. I wound roundup dancing the decade in knowing that so many of us are doing just that I could join in from the comfort of my home. Brilliant in honesty I think covers prepping for the first quantum CI movie screening in Glastonbury which I organized and yeah I know the first one of the year and the assembled symbol thrown there. After the movie they were so inspired they really deep collective conversation. Afterwards it was some proper magic magic went on. I can tell you and yes we will be showing this again before too long and I have it on good authority. That episode two is nearly ready to go as well and that one's called from subtle arts to martial arts and since collecting the associate producer. Amelia watching Lee last week from the train station. I tell you what many magical things have been going on including finding ourselves a top of the tour with hundreds of others in collective elective prayer for rains to fall in Australia. And I know a lot of doing this. Keep it going. It's this is a combined collective continuum that we're offering offering here to our brothers and sisters over there actually on the tour there so emily inadvertently started the proceedings. I say that because we hadn't planned land any of this. We just walked up there too. But if filming for the KONTA movie and there was a beautiful introduction into the to the prayer afterwards and can I tell you have you caught her interview ci time yet and I can really highly recommend the video version on Youtube on my channel Clar. Apollo's Chee time time and indeed. She shed the extraordinary infinity. Quantum she going with us the following day so many of us already just blown away by the simple invitation tation to surrender to the natural energy forces running through US practicing our energy gung was called. Nee going to circulate and gather into release the line with a deeper truths are core and then the expression of spiraling so the bodies can respond in that natural natural way. So let's continue on in the vitality vein with Jason Chan the renowned touchy and she going mastermind Taylor who helps us to unlock the infinite radiant wisdom within. He's written several books on runs retreats. All over the world is energy and teachings of transformed and enlightened the lives of many many people and he's the founder of the Infinite Oss. Aw Tai Chi Gung and meditation and he's dedicated to passing on the benefits of his life work to as many people as resonate with them and his website is light foundation dot com. So let's welcome at Jason Chan in to cheat time. Welcome indeed I I everybody. I'm Jason.

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"tai chi" Discussed on AP News

AP News

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"tai chi" Discussed on AP News

"Bernie hard says he found tai chi to be a comforting way to relax and practice balance and he thought the exercise can help others find stability in their life he teaches the free classes five days a week along with his wife Marie that who says her favorite parts the camaraderie and the positive impact the classes are having on people's lives the hearts had one participant in their first class three years ago now more than fifty people regularly attend David Christopher Koontz who's been homeless for five years so the classes motivate him to take care of himself and try and figure out what's going on with his life when the hearts are out of town the classes continue with attendees taking turns at teaching the synchronized moves Ben and Jerry's ice cream is facing a lawsuit the says its parent company is guilty of false advertising by saying the milk and cream in its products comes from a quote happy house in a complaint filed in federal court in environmental advocates said that many of the farms that produce the milk and cream are factory style of mass production dairy operations in only some are part of the company's caring dairy program Ben and Jerry spokesman Sean Greenwood said the company doesn't comment on pending lawsuits he said the company's proud of the work is done with for months family farms and believes it's caring dairy program is the most progressive in the industry the lawsuit seeks unspecified damages some Ford owners will soon be able to make their own software updates over the internet or through cellular phone connections starting in twenty twenty Ford says every model have the technology is vehicles are redesigned that means people won't have to visit dealers as often for service or for some computer related recall repairs once the changes made formal joint electric car maker Tesla in having over the air software updates across its model lineup owners will be able to opt in to the program and get updates over their home wireless network at no cost Ford says it'll be able to update nearly all vehicle computer systems once the systems active I read a Foley with ABC news minute president trump will be in New York City today for the veterans day parade later this week the impeachment hearings go public Republican congressman mac Thornberry of Texas says the Democrats have polluted the investigation I think there will be intense skepticism about of whatever they come up with he was on ABC's this week Democrat Chuck Schumer the top Democrat in the Senate says Americans can make up their own minds about this I hope the public will see you know this is a very simple each meant as a very serious matter the founding fathers said it was a very serious matter and so it ought to be public Frigidaire is moving in across much of the country this week the cold air is moving in from Siberia Kaiser Permanente a says its C. E. O. Bernard Tyson has died unexpectedly he was sixty years old the company not providing any other details gas is two sixty two a gallon according to the triple a that's up a penny from last week eight cents less than last year at this time I'm Rita folly AP digital news back in a moment they did too E. cigarettes a please my grass your reports scientists say the flavorings used in them could lead to heart trouble researchers at Stanford university's cardio vascular institute report the flavoring in E. cigarettes may be harmful to the heart the researchers report in the journal of the American college of cardiology they grew cells that normally line healthy blood vessels in laboratory dishes and expose the cells to six different ease cigarette flavorings the sells and sells bathed in blood taken from people right after they had an E. cigarette showed signs of damage and inflammation cinnamon and menthol seemed the most toxic flavorings and expert who was not part of the study says small studies like this aren't definitive but there should be additional testing Mike Rossio Washington the World War two film at midway has scored a surprise victory at the box office over the shining sequel doctor sleep this weekend lions gate on Sunday says the war epic from director Roland Emmerich earned an estimated seventeen point five million dollars in north American theaters to take the top spot on the charts doctor sleep was expected to open over twenty five million dollars meanwhile the John Cena lead playing with fire opened in third place with twelve point eight million while the romantic comedy at last Christmas starring Emilia Clarke took fourth with eleven point six with cases of the measles on the rise around the world the Associated Press is Shelly Adler reports there's now another reason for children to get vaccinated researchers say after about of measles youngsters are more vulnerable to other germs searches flu or strep it turns out the measles virus or race is much of the immune system's memory of prior infections hurting its ability to quickly react if those germs return scientists dubbed the surprising findings I'm Yun amnesia the research was published in the journal science and science immunology showing up there Washington a new I'm ready to fall les it's veterans day president trump the First Lady will attend the New York City veterans day parade but later this week the impeachment hearings go public top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer public or to be able to see exactly.

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Decluttering My Schedule

A Slob Comes Clean

09:57 min | 2 years ago

Decluttering My Schedule

"All right. So let's talk about decluttering puttering my schedule so first of all the day is a container. Okay I know those of you who might be listening to this podcast as your very first one or going. I'm sorry what the day is a container. So the container concept is a game changing mindset that has impacted impacted my home more than anything else has and what that means is I did not realize what containers were four. I thought containers for were for putting things in. I did not realize that containers are actually meant to contain. That's why they're called contain. They are meant to serve as limits. Okay so their boundaries and the the boundaries of a container the size of a container determines. How much stuff I can keep? This is an over simplified version. But as I put my favorite favorite things into a container whether that is a drawer because everything in my house is a container whether it's a shelf whether it's an actual pretty little basket whether it's a room itself as I put my favorite things in there. I I have to accept the limits of that container and realized that. I can't try to shove of more in there than we'll actually fit because then it will spill outside the limits of the container. And that's when bad things happen. That's when the house gets out of control and so accepting. The limits of the container is key for decluttering. It also helps with removing the emotions from the process and all of that kind of stuff. I have podcasts. Specifically talked on and on and on and in the books about can the container concept and how that changes everything but applying that to my schedule a day has twenty four hours. I can't fill all those twenty four hours. Stay Sane. 'cause I need about eight or more of those for sleeping. I'm like if I get eight but anyway I need to acknowledge the reality of my situation and the reality of everybody's situation. Is there only twenty four hours in a day and there are only you know X.. Amount of hours that you actually have available for things that are within your control. Sometimes things are outside of your control. Sometimes things that feel like they're outside of your control might be inside if you control if you start looking at it that way okay. It's the same as when I'm decluttering and I pick up something and I think I can't get rid of this. I just can't get rid of this item. will if somebody was to ask me why I have an answer I just can't and then and when I start looking at the container and going okay. This item is paralyzing and makes me feel like I have to keep it. But when I look at the realities ladies of my container I go. There's enough space for this item and so it has to go or if I keep it something else has to go and then that helps me view it differently. It kind of breaks that attachment or that assumption that it has to stay just because it has to stay The reality is you only have so much time in the day. I have so much time in my day I have to deal with it. Okay and I have to accept that and I'm going to be a whole lot happier and things are going to go you better and everybody's going to be happier in my life if I accept the realities of the container okay. You can't say yes to everything. It simply won't work so one of the things things that I have realized as I've gone through my own slava fixation process and my own attachments to clutter and all that kind of stuff and giving up on you know putting a bag full of really cool stamps. Meaning like the kind where you do crafts with putting those into donate box felt like giving up a part of my heart. Even though I'd never been a stamper but I had a dream of being a stamper. Okay so getting rid of certain things in my schedule Sometimes Phillix feels like I'm giving up on and something of me but the reality is I can't say to everything we are thin gatherers. Okay when I say we I'm talking about people like me were thin gatherers but we're also idea gatherers. There's a lot of times are things have gathered. We felt justified gathering them because of this idea of the ideas audiences that we have gathered right so like so. I'm sorry I've always got an idea. You know my husband will often say that when it comes to blogging if somebody asks him How do you feel about Dana blog? And he's like I'm just so excited that she finally really acted on one of her ideas because the whole time after we got married and I was teaching being and I knew that I wanted to stay home and I had kids. I was coming up with idea after idea after idea. After idea of all the things that maybe I could do you as some sort of a business once my kid you know once I stayed home with kids or once once the kids are in school or whatever so I was always gathering collecting ideas and sometimes times in different times in my life that has looked like gathering and collecting commitments. That I think well that sounds fun or that sounds fun. I'd be good at that. Sure I'll do that or whatever and then you do well at one thing and you've got fifteen other people saying hey. Can you do this thing for me too. And so you realized that but learning the hard way just the way. I learned the hard way in my house that having too much stuff made it impossible to maintain I have learned. I probably learned the time when sooner but I learned the hard way over the years that taking on too many different commitments made me miserable. Maybe not do the other ones well so just realizing that part of this personality of those of us who gather so much stuff a lot of times. That's also it also manifests as over committing as well okay. So I think this is a valid conversation. Am I to be having and when I say conversation I mean I'm the only one talking but well that's my guess anyway. Okay so number one and this is something I had to think about a lot lately as I try to think of while I wish I could do. This is except your actual circumstances. You know I live in a small town and I mean it's not a tiny town but it's a small town like we don't have access to all the things that my friends who live in suburbs if different places That they all have you know they're like Oh they've got this this this and this everything they could ever imagine. It feels like is right around the corner for them. We don't have that you know we have a walmart. You're but not a target. You know that kind of thing we have A Chili's but that's you know that's basically the only the only sit down restaurants you know that we have so it's not like we don't Have anything we just. Don't have everything and sometimes what can happen. I've been dealing with this with one of my kids who really wishes that our schools had some of these as more obscure sports that he really would like to participate in. And they're not majorly obscure there. Just you know they're just not your standard every school has them And so he's just wishing Ching for that and I I keep trying to tell him. I'm like honey. This is your reality. You know I'm sorry and it is fine to go. That is so frustrating. But you can't dwell on it because it doesn't do any good dwelling it so I have to have that same conversation with myself on things like so I've been trying to work out. How how many years have you been listening to my podcast? How many times have you heard me say? I'm trying to do better at work out. Need sometimes I do great and sometimes I do anyway. I'm trying to do better. I've lost like six pounds last two weeks so I'm proud of myself but I'm trying to do this and I really like I I. I really really enjoy yoga and my husband and I have gone to a yoga class the last three Monday nights and I think well I was going to do this right. I'd be going to Yoga at least three times a week right but then the schedule because I live in a small town and there is only one place ace to do yoga. The schedule doesn't fit with my schedule. It just doesn't. There's just not a way for me to do that. I mean maybe I thought about that. Many Times I've even tried to go but I mean it just doesn't work and so it's frustrating to me and my tendency a lot of times when something is like well. There's just no way to make it. Work is to go. Oh well what can I do. You know and I've had a really talk myself through the fact that even though I'm really enjoying yoga and I'm wishing that you know I had a yoga studio you know five different Yoga studios to choose from and so that pick the one that had the times that worked best for me. I just don't I don't have it. I could do it on. TV on YouTube. Or whatever. I know I've heard of what you'll go by Adrian Rian. I've heard of that one a lot. Anyway I think I tried it once and it was harder than I was expecting but I think I could do it. Now that I've been going to yoga a little bit anyway but I've just gone and I wish I could do yoga but the reality is my situation. Is that the one thing I can do exactly on. My schedule is stopped by the gym. On the way home from dropping off my kids and do the elliptical for thirty minutes. It's not the thing I want to be doing. I mean I was talking to my friend Leah of premeditated. Leftover she's done A. We were at a conference together recently but she did a podcast with me or maybe two. She's written a couple of bucks anyway. She's been doing Tai Chi and she's like I'm just amazed at at the impact that it's had and you know and I'm like really she's like yeah. I mean you just you feel like you're not doing that much but then it has this huge impact and I'm like that's exactly what I want something. That has a huge impact without feeling like I'm doing that much anyway. Yoga's really hard though so I'm assuming Tai Chi much harder than you think. It is anyway but I look at that and I go I wish I I had Taichi where I live. And you know what I don't and so the reality is as you're looking at your schedule and figuring out what can stay and what can go except the reality of your situation.

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"tai chi" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"tai chi" Discussed on KNST AM 790

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"tai chi" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

12:05 min | 2 years ago

"tai chi" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"How do we gain wisdom from angels? While recently, I talked with Peter sterling above being guided by angels, and the new wisdom that they can provide us and welcome back to coast to coast of George Noory, Peter sterling, of course, master harpist and sound traveler are former yoga and Tai Chi teacher Peter found that his calling was connected with the angels is twenty five years of being guided by angels provided him with a vast body of knowledge, which assists, the number of people in opening new dimensional awareness. Pita shares his wisdom all over the place workshops, exploring sacred, geometry, the harm unexcelled and light crop circle formations in here. He is on coast to coast is book hearing the angels sing, Peter. How are you George except? I'm having I'm calling on all my angels right now. Because I have to say, I'm I'm having a little bit of noise problem with the phone. All okay. I'm I'm hoping that the angels are gonna come and help clear up the line for us. All right. Let's keep our if not we might move onto your backup, sell the let's let's worry about that. As we move along. Very clear line. I know by the way of getting emails from mutual friends of yours, and I find out mine alita one of our singers in Los Angeles. She thinks you. So. He says. Glad she she joining us, Peter tell me a little bit about you. And how did this all happen? It happens feted about twenty years ago. And I was on a spiritual quest the time, I was searching in my life. And and you know, I I wanted to do something that was part of this great transformation that was happening on the planet. And I always felt I was here to serve for a long time. I felt I was a light worker as many of your listeners probably feel as well. We all want to be part of this great change. So following an inner guidance? I went on a retreat, and I found myself in Sedona, Arizona and the powerful vortexes Sedona Arizona where I'm talking to you. Now, by the way, I just relocated here that a months ago, that's a great mystical area. And this is where so much of my mystical experiences happened. I I was drawn here. Shortly after the harmonic convergence in nineteen eighty seven. I was on this question following an inner spiritual guidance. I I. Retreated into the canyons, I acquired a Volkswagen camper, vans, like self sufficient, and I let go up just about all my material possessions, except for a few precious keepsakes family in that kind of thing. And and went into the canyon live, very simply and and locked on the land and climbed on the red rocks went to the Indian ruined. And just went into a very kind of ater journey an inner quest in the in this incredible energy. And specifically the silence of the canyons. There was just so striking has such a powerful effect on me. When I went very deep into silence and just became very, quiet. I started to hear music and this question mine in HR, by the way, I ended up staying three years in my van sleeping every night in the canyons and just re three years. Yeah. Get a Volkswagen van you going on a walkabout a vision quest, and you need to be self sufficient and catch from normal reality. And if we're gonna guy do here, and there, and that type of thing very kind of epic mythical quest, you know, and I was like, okay, I'm game for this. So this is before cell phones and personal computers and everything and pretty much and so very easy to disconnect. And I I didn't speak much in my family at the time. But was on a very very direct intense calling. You know, I read Carlos Castenada teachings of Don Juan, and I just went into the native American experience and learn all about the medicine wheel and the elements and the and the ancestors and the Katina's and the whole, you know, archetypal thing that's going on here. It was very profound for me. But the main thing that occurred was when I went deep into the silence I had a series of transcendent experiences where the silence became so profound that completely engulf and awakened my fear. You know? And and within that space at silence face all of a sudden I began to hear music was like the angels were singing to me. And I it was very faint. But the more that I tuned into it as I was trusting the guidance is just like my thirty year was opening and I was able to here on the inner planes, and I heard about this interview too, many mystics masters over the centuries of written about this. But had never had direct experience, as you know, some called it the music of the fears or the interviews, and and but there was and I into it got louder and louder to where at one point, actually, George. I thought somebody was in the fourth with a portable stereo playing ethics. Classical music. Yeah. It was that that loud. And and but no it was it was coming from within me. But also, it seems at the time that everything was making this Gloria sounds like the sound of the wind in in the leaves and the bird song and sound of little streams going by and everything everything we've been once I opened up to it. Everything was in harmony with it this great house mic, universal harmony that that everything was singing this grand kind of song, and it was just Laureus. And and just I moved me to tears spontaneously my whole body began to when I I, you know, really got it was like, oh my God. What one of my favorite thing here by my whole body began to quiver and shake and tears just erupted from my eyes, and it struck such a deep place in my heart and soul. Well, you know, it's interesting Peters you play the harp in. We've always associated angels with harp music and harps that synergy alone is strange, isn't it? Well, you know, that's been part of my journey is to to follow. That path is kinda miss logical legendary of the Harpen instrument, it's like, perhaps the most magical instruments, you find it in all ancient folklore many cultures. You know, and it goes back ancient Samaria, even in Egypt. I I went to Egypt and walk through the temples with our players carved on the walls and play my harp in all the ancient temples and in the king's chamber and and relive that whole lifetime. But but the angel connection is where it came from for me because when I heard the music, and the inter guidance was like just trust surrender, let go and allow the music take you, and I had some out of experience I've been a bit of a soul traveler, most of my life, and that's very unusual experiences, which I talk in great detail in my book. Yeah. When the angels came it just. This world opened up. I lost my train of thought that was something very beautiful wanted to say. Well, let me ask you this, Peter what is it about the sound sound for healing for waking the soul? What is it about the music that does that right in your opinion? Well, my opinion the frequency, and we all know sound is vibration. So it's a definite frequency its frequency, and and the sound this whole journey of sound for me is opening up to the harmonic nature of sound and how that corresponds to light. So you know to learn to understand harmonic and to have this open up. She is part of what I believe is going on right now for many people because it brings you into this kind of super cosmic state where you you begin to see be almost like a hologram very much like a hologram, and how sound and light are these reverberations that are creating this whole perceptual world that we're seeing and that's what the angel. With to me. They took me. I was gonna say before was trust surrendering like, oh, let the music take you. And so that's literally what I did. And almost like a a very strong energy experience like often described delete experience. Well, my all my talkers opened up and my energy move from the base of my spine all the way to my heart and the top of my head, and I just floated right out of my by on this beautiful filler of life and was taken up into light by the angels in there. They were. Peter in your opinion. What do you think, you know? We've heard the religious version of angels. What do you think they are? Well, before I met, George I had no reference frames on those with them. I of course, heard of them over the years, but I had no direct experience think much about them. And I was in the canyons and walking in the silence. And I was I merely tuning into my Chamonix power animals and native American spirits, and that kind of thing and also there was a lot of UFO activity at the time that I was tuning into as well. But I wasn't thinking much about angels. And then when they came to me, I heard their music, and and they came to me and leading up to this. I also want to say that I was asking great spirit to reveal to me what my or is. What's my sole purpose right now as many of your listeners, I know are seeking to know this about themselves to asking what's their what's their sacred works. And that's what I was just praying over and over Peter we're talking about angels in in taking the religious connotation out of it. The trying to find out what they are. Let's let you get back into it. What are they? Well, they're they're higher dimensional energy being there like in a serial being that exists by merely in higher dimensions. And they they take their orders from like some sort of source intelligence, and they play all different roles and administering to the to the universes to keep everything in order, and they traveled vastly through space and time and at the blink of an eye, and and they can actually interpenetrate into our world, which is fascinating and interact with humans, and my experience of them as I was saying, I didn't have any I kind of knew them from an early childhood religious context, the church but other than that. I had no no modern kind of connection with them until they appear to me when they did. It was kind of like what I remember saying to myself. It's like, oh my God. They're real was a real game changer for me, my whole life change at that moment. And it was like as soon as I discovered that they were real. It was almost like fairies leprechauns and unicorns. And all this stuff. Kind of came real for me. In a way. But it was it was it was before. And after for me with them. Once once I met them in my whole life changed very some of them. Peter though, when a strike some of them went the wrong way, they picked the wrong path. Panic at Luciferians. That's real isn't it I guess there. There have been battles within heaven. Sure as they're out here on earth. And that's what most of the at the Terek say that this type of thing goes on in some degree. But I haven't met an angel that I didn't like to tell you. I haven't met a bad angel. I don't believe they've all been real evident being for me and just wanting to help in any way, they could to to uplift into further the mission of light work here on planet earth. There are this country of ours is inspired by angel even George Washington, and Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin they'll had angel experiences, and they felt very much guided by the angels in the ascended masters to bring forth the country, which we live based on these, you know, freedom and and all of that..

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"tai chi" Discussed on Cup of Tao

Cup of Tao

09:56 min | 3 years ago

"tai chi" Discussed on Cup of Tao

"In bed and just lay that recipe. I started meditated but our medicine in oh sleep and then about three warning. Home. The sudden I won't you know, I became a way. And I was I wasn't in bed. I was sitting I was sitting on the end of my bed, and I'm sitting on the end of my bed, and there's this. There's this energetic presence. That's like around the it's like, I can feel it is like I knew it's there. It was just as war if it was a human being sitting at Bernie, and this this energetic presence. It said it's said, I'm about to show, you what life could be like in all of a sudden, you know, whatever this was it reached out and touched it touched me in the center of my brain in the upper done in time about it. I was just experiencing what happened and this light just spanned through mud Wayne Truman, you know, mind. And it was just a huge affoil velvet radiant being like, there's no way that even putting words and then. Then a moment later, especially in the Serra, my heart, which is the middle done in that same that same experience happened in the end this light it started expanding. And at this point. It was like. There was no there was no me. I was I was this expanding light and its banded. And and and, you know, the whole room like I became this light that was still in the whole room. And then all of a sudden either the feeling of my bedroom like rushing out, and then I saw last in the addict as I was passing through the and then all of a sudden I was looking down, and I could see the roof of our house and the trees are out, and then I could see the coastline California. And then I could see the dates in the ocean. I could see the whole planet, and it was like Stephen moon off to my Austin, my right? And this expansion was huge and fast in those moments. So many things happened. It was like did you ever see that movie contact with Jodie Foster? I missed that. When I've seen the previous for it. But I didn't actually see the movie you have two great movie, but she has this experience where sheets rance's like several days of. Life. But when she comes back winter crafts Tony's back earth each other in that she was only gone for like three second, right? Bush. Bush for her is, you know, it was like time became something else in that this experience is like that. And so in this expansion many things happened, and I've written extensively about this. But many things happened. But one of the things that happened was the, you know, my heart in my, you know, I was completely open just completely vulnerable. And it was like steel Sirius' of, you know, thousands. I don't know maybe millions of people, and it was like it was like I could seal their hopes, I feel their dreams, I can feel their fears. I can feel the regrets like you everything. And it was it was it was heartbreaking beautiful all things. I am. And and then all of a sudden I got scared. I thought I thought that maybe I was dying. You know? And I've thought I've talked to many people over the years when I've done classes and presentations, and I've had people come up and talk to me about experiences that they have that were akin to the. And they have that same fear. And what an and since I had that what I share with people is that if it ever happened, again, don't be afraid you'll come out, you know. And so just you know know, that it's okay to have experience. But anyway, the moment that I had the fear everything started to collapse backward. Damn recent. You know, it was like it was just like, you know. And then I just wait him back into my body. It was like some kind of cosmic Baltimore slamming shut. And the last one I was left with was this this, you know, this voice, the same voice that said, I'm about to show, you what life would be like in that voice that you're closes all doors. They're closes all door. And when I what I walked away for experience was that everybody on the plan is all going through the same thing. There are no strangers. No, we're all going to the same things. And I think that that experienced penta plan of seeds for new to eventually the able to found world you going bay because that was dealing with different people different cultures all over the planet different languages, and when you're using Google translate. And it's really easy. You know, say the wrong thing because somebody off and so if I hadn't had that experience. I don't think I would have been able to walk through process of of people can see more about world tied to you by going to the website world Taichi day dot work is that right? Yeah. And they can go and use you put in world tight sheathing burns a lot of. Would you say to a new listener that's interested in this podcast about Taoism? And maybe they've toyed with the idea of doing something like a martial art, Tai Chi. What would you do the new student or the person that's interested? For me. I just I feel real fortunate that I sent that she teacher that incorporated, Nick Nigg owner energy meditation this art of each. Did you know you could pursue, you know, energy meditations on your own as well and incorporated, but I found that the combination. This things is is a really good thing. And then as you read the down eighteen you keep coming back to it over and over and over as you have all your Taiichi Ohno experience, and what you'll find is without aid chain will appear as different things as you go through those changes, it it's meaning in its breadth, and it's deft will expand as you go through the personal experiences of meditation and one thing that the Taoism has really added to my practice is that I realized over time Vittachi is not the in the end, all and be all it's it takes us nothing on, you know, it's a vehicle to train us on how to let go and relax out of the way of of a flow, the flows through us, and there's a great tasty master in New York. Named Williams DC chin and he had a great run. He said he said, I don't roll energy. He's an energy flows me. And and then I think touchy, and she goes well can give us a vehicle or learning. How to relax out of the way? I always still students goal of Taichi and she owns us to help us. Learn how to move effortlessly. And after I when I study by G after I'd studied for a couple of weeks, I stayed after class one, right? And they told him I take teacher. It's admit, it's amazing. How hard it is the move effortlessly. And and, but that's, but that's what it is. This is this training process to learn how to relax out of the way of simply, you know, the Dow the flow of the universe there. There's this energetic globe and everything and permeate everything on the planet and everyone, and we'll probably be I mean I've seen universe. Permeates everything university who were talking, you know, like in terms of like quantum physics. It's universal. And and it permeates everything in the benevolent and wants nothing, but the best for us and everybody else, and so that doesn't need at once Bill Douglas be rich because then that may not be good for people around the only, I don't know. I don't know what rain is all I know is and he'd relax out of the way. And you know, let let these things earn full to me. And it takes a lot of pressure off of you. And then it also helps us discover your source does that you're not fearful in the. World. And you know, that you don't depend on the approval of the society around you. But rather the approval of this universal radiance Konate, everything that wants the best for everything. And by immersing ourselves medic Sterian over and over and over again were undaunted by the world around us more. We more courageous stand up for what's right, and what's fair. And what's just whether it's popular or not is I would consider myself, not a mystic better realist. Even so I've had meditation and experiences with that and just on a weekly basis. Judas not a martial art that emphasizes to your key like Tai Chi Ricky toe or some of the rest do it's a full contact martial art in yet. I noticed a long time ago, I would be competing against younger people. I'm fifty now, but I would be competing in my forties against younger people. And I was using. Muscle force and a seventh degree. I believe he was seventy degree black belt and Shudo taught me a technique called empty g which is where you just relax, and you basically it's like they're fighting an empty guy, and I got to wear even now I have health issues, and I'm a lot older than my students. They they have a really hard time. Throwing me even do people that come into the class and wanna be Mr. MMA. I have a terrible time throwing me, and they say, well, you must have a lot of strength in. I think of it as I just tell them my cultivated this empty technique. But I think that the basis of it is actually Chee. Turn on energy learning. How to relax learning how to breathe properly and learning how to manipulate whatever's there whether a person considers it mythical or life force, or whatever they consider it. Whatever it is. That's there. So why I concur with what you're saying? I

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"tai chi" Discussed on The Overwhelmed Brain

The Overwhelmed Brain

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"tai chi" Discussed on The Overwhelmed Brain

"I'm like, oh, I I didn't know. So I just went up there because this was an opportunity for me to face my fear or embarrassment or just put myself in a situation that could humiliate me. And why not what's the worst case scenario? Someone laughs at me. Okay. What does that mean that we now we drill down to the feeling? Well, if a laugh at me that means they must not like me if they don't like me, then I'm not accepted, and I'm not loved if I'm not loved that. I'm not part of a family. And if I'm not part of a family, we keep drilling down we keep drilling down. Then I'm not in a relationship, and I'm not in a home with people that love and support me. And eventually, I go hungry and die. Just like we drill down into what we might have is primal fears that are driving our behaviors yet. Get what we do is. We think that all I just don't want to be embarrassed onstage. Oh, I don't want someone to judge me. But when we drill into the real reasons that were not doing things or that. We don't want to be embarrassed. We find out that there's some low level deep stuff really deep in there that when you get to a place of more fearlessness when you get to a place of I'm not afraid I'm not afraid to I'll just say it die. I'm not afraid to die. Then suddenly being embarrassed isn't a problem because you might drill down into this very low level, primal fear that if no one loves me, I'll go hungry. And if I go hungry, I'll die pretty wild. I've talked about drilling down before and other episodes, and it's a good questioning self questioning process. But you can keep going in saying, okay? Why am I embarrassed? How is that a problem while it's a problem because of this? Yeah. But how is that a problem? Why is that such a big deal while it's a big deal because of this? Yeah. But if that happens, so what why is that a big deal, you keep drilling in drilling in until you get to a place where you just can't go anymore. You can't go any further down. And usually reveal something an origin of why it's so embarrassing or so humiliating, and you can tell yourself. Okay, big deal. So what if that happens, and I've come to that place of well. So what if I die then what and that created this shift in me, I'm kind of going off topic here, but the idea behind drilling into any feeling that you might have where you get to be okay? With the origin of what's motivating you to feel that it can actually neutralize and help you get through almost anything. We'll cover that. Again. Let's go to keep in mind. There's a three more things I wanna share with you regarding humiliation in the Barras -ment. I'm gonna share two of them with you. And then during out tro, I'm gonna share the last one it's kind of a walk through. But the next thing is. I want you to try adopting a your probably right attitude, and what I like about this is that reminds me of Taichi, if you've been listening all you've heard me use this reference before but in Tai Chi, when you're sparring or someone takes a punch at you, which isn't really touchy, but Taichi is also a fighting art. But I've learned that when you use it as a defensive martial art that when you're in a.

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"tai chi" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"tai chi" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Their leaky gut prior to actually expanding the diet to include a lot of these foods. So ultimately, though, leggings are something that that we see a lot of these booze. Eating in. Sometimes I think they're vilified too heavily in our our modern kinda like paleo-ish culture. And I think it's a better idea to just intelligently eat these foods rather than a void them altogether. So the next one is a low level physical activity number five low level physical activity so centenarians in the blue zones tenderly very active lives, but they rarely set foot in a gym or do a formal exercise program. So instead being active is built into their life. They walked five to six miles a day farm that guard and they spend time in nature. They do a lot of chores with their hands instead of machines. They tend to engage in spurts of high intensity movement or structured movement by engaging enjoyable exercise that rarely involves pounding away miles on a treadmill or inching their back under bar Belfer a squad. You see a lot more yoga, Tai Chi, gong soccer, hiking, other games and social sports combined with just working with your hands. Now, I understand that we live in air. Era in which this can be difficult to do if you're not lucky enough to be a construction worker or a painter or farmer or gardener or something like that. But you can hack your environment using everything from standing workstations to kettlebells in your cubicle. Taking the stairs to having Pomodoro breaks to replicate. These same types of.

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Optimism is good for your heart, New discovery of 7000-year-old cheese and Iphones

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

07:29 min | 3 years ago

Optimism is good for your heart, New discovery of 7000-year-old cheese and Iphones

"Unlimited family plan with Netflix included. So you can watch more places than ever before on your phone, tablet, or TV, plus by one, Samsung galaxy s. nine and get one free with twenty four monthly Bill credits. So you and your family can bend your Netflix favorites on your new phones call one eight hundred t mobile or visit a store today from limited data hundred network video streams. Forty p small fraction of customers using over fifty per month may have reduced speeds. If you cancel balances to qualified customers, full price, seven twenty plus tax agreements required networks for two screens terms apply and time now to take a brief look at some of the other stories making using science this week with a science report, and you study claims being optimist about stuff is actually good, Feo hot. The findings reported in the journal of the American college of cardiology based on numerous separate studies showing that optimism and a feeling of purpose in life where associated with a lower risk of heart disease and stroke. I also found that optimist patients Willis likely to be smokers and more likely to exercise an eight. Coffee. The authors say, dimension, programs are available to strengthen psychological will being activities like yoga and Tai Chi was shown to improve the health of hot fatty patients. And you study warns the Allred endangered Australian. I so population shrinking the findings reported in the journal plus one a based on a census of the annual Australian I seal pup population. It found the first reduction since species wide protection was implemented in nineteen seventy five may well, and a separate study of strategy is fragile. Ecosystem would renowned ecologist, John and Ascii from the Charles Dow on university has released the new book on the extinction of the Christmas Island. Pippas throw. The book is both in a bitch wary and an inquest into the extinction of this tiny Australian bet. Species is last individual died in two thousand nine yet. Another strange species. Now extinct. Ecommerce stores worldwide. They faced with new payments, skimming Maui, the militias software code magnetic co dot net into sips customer payments and sends it onto cyber criminals. The mall way was able to infect websites using magnesia shopping cart software by successfully. Guessing the password used by the websites magneto Edmund panel infected websites, record ole case strikes from customers capturing username passwords, credit card information and personalty Dow's online store and is being advised, analyze back and logs, and look for any unusual administrator Loggins. And if you're an online shop, double check your accounts for any unauthorized transactions. Well, hot on the heels of last month's discovery of three thousand two hundred year old cheese in an Egyptian tomb. Scientists have now found evidence of cheese making aced in Europe around seven thousand two hundred years ago. A report in the journal plus one claims. Archaeologists have found fatty acids on. Vessels on earth in Croatia, not logical sites, which will occupied between six thousand and four thousand eight hundred Basie. And that suggests people were making chase about two thousand years earlier than previously thought researches. Think cheese-making Maeve hope. Farming communities expand into cola, more northern latitudes. Apple says, neither it's offense nor any third party apps on them. Listen in without usually consent. The tech giant gave assurances to the US congress. After the house energy and commerce committee asked the company. If it's devices were inviting uses privacy that came phone concerns raised about series. Wake-up commands. Apple told, lawmakers, I fence to not record oria listening for a seri- command, and Siri doesn't share spoken words. Apple says it requires uses to explicitly approve microphone access and apps display Klay signal when they are listening with more data files, which on by Alex, our ROY from IT, why? Well, that's without consent. I mean, apple does things with your consent. Apple is listening and getting data from you. If you agree to allow that to happen, it's made very clear apple, very strict that on the way that it uses your data bit, of course, is using you dot. But again, you could sit on the other hand, you have a Google that too. Just has just been announced by Societa, press reports. That test does were noticing that even when you explicitly turned off, like should history goodwill and various apps will still in that history has you can switch off web and history activity on your on your, you'll Google account and you can switch things off. But you know, you've got the Google side of the fence that sort of wants to take as much as it can whether really give or not then use that it ways to enhance it services. Whereas apple is more constrained. It has to get your permission and even then there's all sorts of things that it why do whereas we will we'll do them. And so in some ways, apple is being a little bit behind some of its efforts. We've had official intelligence and Siri, whereas who has just sort of been able to use your daughters as it has decided it wanted to sort of take the box said yes, but didn't really know what you're saying yes to and look, the government is asking, well who's listening. We'll apple said, well, we're not listening unless you permission, because if you give mission, then they listening, but they're not using that

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Amazon’s Fiscal Discipline Pays Off as It More Than Doubles Profit

WSJ Tech News Briefing

07:32 min | 3 years ago

Amazon’s Fiscal Discipline Pays Off as It More Than Doubles Profit

"This is tech news briefing from the Wall Street Journal. Welcome. I'm Tanya boost reporting from the newsroom in New York, and if you were wondering, no, there is no end in sight for Amazon. The end of last week, it delivered a double punch, doubling its profit and delivering its best revenue growth in more than six years. It also topped one billion dollars for the second straight quarter. Now that the dust has settled. I look at how Amazon's fiscal discipline pays off. But first, these Tai Chi Binz. The race for five G the next generation of wireless tech is heating up sooner than anyone expected that is promising to benefit to struggling Nordic telecom, equipment makers, Ericsson of Sweden, and Finland's Nokia said in the past week, that U S wireless carriers are planning to upgrade their networks sooner than expected, which would boost both companies, long declining equipment, sales US wireless carrier should start significant spending on five G equipment in the second half of two thousand eighteen carriers originally weren't expected to spend heavily on five G until twenty nineteen. Or later Microsoft continues to ride the strength of its cloud and signals more to come as well the cloud business as your jumped ninety, three percent in the fiscal third quarter, the company has never grown slower than ninety percents since it began reporting the metric in October two thousand fifteen. That growth has propelled Microsoft into the role of chief cloud rival to Amazon, which pioneered the business a decade ago and the crypto crime. Wave is here from stick ups to drug deals to white collar scams, crypto, currency related crime is soaring, and law enforcement is scrambling to keep up. How bad is it? Blockchain intelligence group estimates, legal activity accounts for about twenty percent of the transactions of five major crypto currencies, including bitcoin. Read more about the journal's coverage of the weird world of crypto crime at wsj.com coming up, Amazon sees its best growth in more than six years where it goes from here. This is the Wall Street Journal tech news briefing. Amazon currently commands roughly forty, three cents of every dollar spent online these days. The company delivered a sucker punch late last week, doubling its profit. Let's get right to the details. Joining us now from San Francisco with more is the Wall Street Journal's Laura Stevens, hey high. Now this Amazon's best revenue growth in more than six years, right, right. Will revenue was up forty three percent, which is a big increase to about fifty. One billion dollars profit was also really high. So analysts had been expecting that the company might report somewhere around one twenty-six earnings per share. It was actually more than double that. So they really beat on expectations. That was our second quarter in a row with more than a billion dollars in profit, which for Amazon is is just a company famed for pouring investments back into the company and not really returning much to shareholders. So it was very interesting quarter and stocks are up to prove it. Yeah. I mean, you mentioned investors. And you know earnings always surprise investors or not so much, and we always expect Amazon's do well, but did this even have investors kind of surprised? It definitely did. Jeff Bezos has been super prompt with his shareholders since nineteen Ninety-seven when he wrote his first shareholder letter saying that they would pour money back into the company and they'd be making investments and that they would always be thinking about the long term. So the fact that the companies actually, you know, for several street quarters in a row has made money, and then also that they're actually kind of posting these bigger profits, which still are pretty small in the grand scheme of things. We're Facebook or Google or another tech giant. It's definitely something that's starting to impress investors, right? As we always talk about their so many different hands in so many different pots, let's talk hardware any, you know, because all the tech giants are putting a lot of eggs in that basket. Have we learned more from Amazon about their future plans? Let's start with hardware the echo and beyond what we hear from Jeff Bezos or anything from Amazon regarding their plans. They did say that they're gonna be pouring more money investing in these device. Recently, the company has said that they've had incredible success with selling echo devices with the adoption of Alexa, which is their artificial intelligence assistant, and they have a huge advantage. They were first to market essentially in this space with smart speaker. So back in two thousand fourteen was their first launch of the echo, and now Google's come out with the home assistant with their own speaker. Apple just launch the home pod. Amazon still manage to kind of keep a big lead there. So a lot of analysts are impressed with that. And speaking of competition, we were just talking about the cloud in the headlines, Microsoft is moving in on Amazon's territory. It's another big beacon of success for Amazon, something that it kind of spearheaded an early days, what's new, any anything we know by way of its plans in that area. That was one of the more impressive segments Assad growth for the quarter. So revenues are way up. It really beat out analysts expect expectations again in part because a lot of people have thought that this competition with both Google Microsoft other companies that are getting into the cloud space would really start. Chip away at AWS's dominance, Amazon web services division. This this quarter, it's facing a lot more competition as you mentioned for Microsoft and from Google from other cloud service providers. Amazon did if essentially invent the space more than a decade ago and they've had a huge lead time, and it was something that Jeff Bezos called out in his in the press release that the company sent out about earnings saying that AWS had had this huge headstart in it was just definitely doing gangbusters. Essentially, it's always interesting what Jeff Bezos decides to call out in that was the division that he really decided to say that the team has not stopped working that they've had this huge momentum of growth because they were first to the space, but they they're continuing to dominate there and jumping on onto that. Let's talk about something that perk Myers up. Amazon will raise primes annual price by twenty bucks to one hundred nineteen dollars. That was interesting. So this is the second price increase in the whole programs. Thirteen year history. Yeah, that was. An interesting when they dropped it into the conference call, do not put into the press release and they decided to bring up that they were going to be increasing the price. They cited the cost of offering prime that back when it started in two thousand five when it was still just seventy five dollars annually. But it was essentially two day shipping at that point. Now they've added video, they've added music, they've added all different kinds of content and different things that you can access via. They're also adding a lot of really fast delivery options which are really costly. So prime now is there one in two hour delivery service which you can get whole foods from, and then they have a lot of free will unlimited with prime same in one day shipping. So those are main reason for increasing the price. It remains to be seen. It was ninety nine dollars previously not will be one nineteen remains to be seen if consumers are willing to pay that much for essentially two day shipping. That was my one issue of concern. They're on a personal level. But anyway, you know, as usual, there's no one in sight right Amazon expects and predicts more sucker punches more. Or doubling more gang BUSTER behavior here, right? There are definitely predicting a good second quarter. They're expecting operating income to potentially more than double to as much as one point. Nine billion which is not profit, but still a good measure of how profitable their next quarter might be. We've it at that for Stevens. Thank you as always thank you or Stevens covers everything about Amazon for the journal. You can head to wsj.com for the very latest. They'll do it for the tech news briefing im, Tanya boost does reporting from the newsroom in New York. Thanks for listening.

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