40 Burst results for "Tara"

Fresh update on "tara" discussed on Bloomberg Opinion

Bloomberg Opinion

01:47 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "tara" discussed on Bloomberg Opinion

"University helped biomedical engineering professor Tara Alvarez launch a startup that may revolutionize vision therapy Our startup through NG it is called ocular motor technology We create virtual reality vision therapy in a head mounted display So it's gaming and basically sugarcoating the therapy so that children and young adolescents don't even realize they're doing therapy To accomplish this we need biomedical engineers which are here in on GIT campus computer scientists artists people that are into story development and then we are collaborating with a lot of the large pediatric medical centers This idea of a startup culture is extremely important to not just nj IT and the national science foundation but also to the U.S. as a societal hole And JIT New Jersey institute of technology learn more at NJ IT dot EDU This is a Bloomberg money minute Overseas manufacturing and just in time delivery of parts and components help to save American manufacturers a lot of money when everything was working as intended But companies that make cars computers appliances and other products got a painful lesson on what happens when the system breaks down One American company that kept manufacturing in the U.S. is new balance We fundamentally believe that domestic manufacturing allows us to get closer to the consumer to detect changes in trends and to respond quicker New balance CEO Joe Preston says there are challenges We're the only athletic footwear manufacturer that produces here in the U.S. and so the supplier base is limited If executives at other companies want to bring some operations back they'll need their suppliers to follow suit There's a need for additional incentives for suppliers to come back on to support.

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Fresh update on "tara" discussed on Bloomberg Law

Bloomberg Law

02:14 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tara" discussed on Bloomberg Law

"To convenient and customizable control Corteva Agri science has proven serial herbicides hit the bull's eye To find which cereal herbicide hits the mark for you visit cereal herbicides Corteva U.S. Hey that one almost hit me JIT New Jersey institute of technology makes innovation happen The university helped biomedical engineering professor Tara Alvarez launch a startup that may revolutionize vision therapy Our startup through NGT is called ocular motor technology We create virtual reality vision therapy in a head mounted display So it's gaming and basically sugarcoating the therapy so that children and young adolescents don't even realize they're doing therapy To accomplish this we need biomedical engineers which are here in on GIT campus a computer scientist artists people that are into story development and then we are collaborating with a lot of the large pediatric medical centers This idea of a startup culture is extremely important to not just nj IT and the national science foundation but also to the U.S. as a societal hole And JIT New Jersey institute of technology learn more at nj IT dot EDU This is a Bloomberg money minute There's no escaping inflation certainly not at the department store apparel prices are up more than 5% compared to last year even when many customers might not be thinking of buying new outfits Who knows if they're going to need them if they're still working from home But even in this environment one clothing retailer senses opportunity People actually want to experience life again Jennifer Hyman is CEO of rent the runway She says clothing by subscription might make sense in this time of sticker shock Coupled with the fact that you have a reopening And people heading back out for weddings vacations and other events Hyman says the current situation feels like the global recession in 2008 back then she says people still bought 68 new articles of clothing a year They just did it in discounters like Ross and TJ Maxx At that point in time we did not have the resale market as another kind of trade down option Hyman says a $140 a month to get hundreds of apparel brand options could fill that gap Nathan Hager Bloomberg radio He.

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Fresh "Tara" from Bloomberg Daybreak

Bloomberg Daybreak

01:43 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh "Tara" from Bloomberg Daybreak

"Heat combined with the high humidity could make temperatures feel over 100° I'm Julie Ryan You'll need to wear a mask a little longer if you want to see a Broadway show Lisa G reports The Broadway league which oversees 41 theaters has extended its mask mandate through June 30th The current mandate was set to expire at the end of the month the organization says the safety and security of our cast crew and audience has been the top priority Meantime some Broadway theaters no longer check for vaccine status The court case involving talk show host and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones is being put on hold a judge in Texas canceled next week's hearing as Jones is filing for bankruptcy after he was sued for claiming the sandy hook school massacre was a hoax the petition involves three of his companies including his InfoWars domain name and a decision on that filing must legally come first Next week's hearing was to determine how much money he owes to the parents of a 6 year old boy who was killed in the 2012 tragedy A Sal Georgia man has been acquitted on charges he killed a popular teacher in what was once a high profile cold case Mark woolsey has more A jury found Ryan duke not guilty of malice and felony murder in the killing of Irwin county teacher and beauty queen Tara grinstead duke had told the GBI he killed grinstead during a burglary at her home but on the witness stand claimed he was innocent with one of duke's attorneys telling jurors his friend Bo dukes committed the crime Defense attorney Evan Gibbs So I believe from the very beginning Ryan duke was convicted of concealing a death for instead vanished in 2005 and the case went cold until both duke and dukes were arrested in 2017 The crowd at today's Preakness stakes is expected to be the largest in three years Last year attendance at pimlico race course in Baltimore was limited to 10,000 and in 2020 there were no fans at the race which was moved to October This year a crowd of nearly 100,000 is expected for the 147th running of the Preakness the horse race begins at 7 O 1 p.m. eastern on NBC Julie Ryan NBC News radio And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom A man died after he collapsed at the finish line of the Brooklyn half marathon today Police say the 30 year old from Brooklyn collapsed just before 9 a.m. at the finish line in Coney Island and was taken to Coney Island hospital where he was pronounced dead The man was a participant in the race Contact tracing is underway after that New York City resident tested positive for the virus that causes monkeypox the unidentified patient continues to isolate and health officials are treating the case as positive while awaiting final confirmation by the Centers for Disease Control Mayor Eric Adams may be eyeing a White House run if president Joe Biden doesn't seek a second term That according to the New York Post citing what it calls confidants and city hall insiders the post source says Adams thinks he has a platform to run for national office and that the national party has gotten too far to the left In a statement to the post and Adam's adviser dismissed the speculation Amazon.com stuck with too much warehouse capacity now that the surge in pandemic era shopping has faded is looking to sublet at least 10 million ft² of space or more more from Bloomberg's Denny's Pellegrini That's right Susanna And in addition to subleasing we're now hearing that Amazon could vacate even more space by ending some leases with landlords Our source says the excess capacity includes warehouses in New York New Jersey Southern California and Atlanta The company declined to say which space had plans to sublet or confirm the amount Bloomberg Denise Pellegrini Georgia governor Brian Kemp announced another electric vehicle mega deal ahead of his primary on Tuesday Hyundai is investing 5 and a half $1 billion to build an EV assembly and battery plant near Savannah Hyundai you said it expects to create 8100 new jobs with the twin plants and will break ground early next year Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg This is Bloomberg daybreak weekend our global look at the top stories in the coming week from our daybreak anchors all around the world This is the him of the program It's all about.

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Fresh update on "tara" discussed on Ric Edelman

Ric Edelman

07:33 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tara" discussed on Ric Edelman

"Of these pullbacks occurred in March of 2020 during that COVID induced pullback before that in 2018 Bitcoin fell 80% As you go back through time this cycle happens over and over again just like it does in the stock market And just like the right thing to do for stock investors is to sit tight and maintain a disciplined portfolio The same is true in crypto People who panic at moments like this are the people who suffer and people who evaluate the situation ask themselves anything fundamental has changed and then take a calm reason to approach to the market are the ones who do well Now if it's true that half of the people who own Bitcoin bought it in the past year year and a half that means they bought it at much higher prices than Bitcoin has been at lately which suggests to me that people bought it at the wrong time for the wrong reason And they had a short term get which quick thinking in their minds as opposed to the fundamental technological innovation that this represents which is a long-term trend So talk about that Help people understand the right way to be thinking about this new innovative asset class called digital assets The way I think about it is that crypto assets and blockchains enable the ability for money to move over the Internet The ability to program money like software the ability to have digital property rights These are going to transform how money and finance works not over the next 6 months but over the next ten and 20 years going to fundamentally reshape the financial economy What that means is an investor is that if you're going to allocate to this space you need to be thinking about three 5 and ten years If you're buying crypto hoping to make money over the next week good luck I have no advice for you If you're allocating for the next ten years I think it is a solid position to be People are also noticing in the news the story of Terra and Luna stablecoins that dropped all the way to zero Help us make sense of all this Most of what we talk about Rick when we're allocated the space is investing in crypto assets that are backed by blockchain technology that allows us to do new things with money as we mentioned And those I think are very exciting investments Stablecoins were created for a very specific reason Let's say you're investing in Bitcoin but you want to rotate out of the market for a minute So you could sell your Bitcoin and hold a stablecoin And you wouldn't have to move your money out of the crypto economy into the banking economy because that takes multiple days in their high fees It's a way of parking money The important thing about stablecoins is that you can design them in two ways One way is to design them like a money market fund In other words for every digital dollar there's a short term treasury that represents that digital dollar Those kind of stablecoins have been around for nearly a decade and they've worked perfectly well The other way is to do what Tara and Luna did which is to try to use some very fancy math to create what's called an algorithmic stablecoin which is backed by nothing what do you think is going to happen It certainly doesn't say anything about assets like Bitcoin and Ethereum which fulfill an entirely different function in the economy Yeah I share your view when people were asking me what my reaction was to the collapse of Luna I said I'm not surprised to collapse I'm surprised it took so long for it to collapse I fully agree And these are the kinds of things we do at bitwise in our indexes and in our index funds As an example Luna was at 1.1 of the ten largest crypto assets But we never added it to the bitwise ten index of the ten largest assets or the bitwise ten index fund because we recognize that this risk existed We had seen this movie before and we knew it didn't end well So you do have to in any new innovative area do your homework to separate the high quality stuff from the stuff that is likely to fail And that's a really important point for people to recognize is that in the world of crypto it is totally new totally different unlike any other asset class you have any experience in has nothing in common with stocks or bonds or gold or oil or commodities It doesn't mean you have to go it alone It means that you can in fact rely on experts who have figured this out who spend their 8 hours a day in the workplace focusing on this subject so that you don't have to You do the very same thing with your stocks and you don't buy individual stocks you use stock funds You do the very same thing with bonds and bond funds You do the same thing with your entire investment portfolio So I'm kind of mystified why people so often figure that they've got to start buying individual crypto coins at an exchange or what have you Using a fund such as that offered by bitwise I'm an investor in the fund Is simply an easier way to delegate to professionals I think the outcome is more likely to be better than us trying to figure it out on our own How much money is the fund now managing Sure we manage well over a $1 billion in assets and that bitwise ten index fund is the majority of that So it's a substantial fund It's been on the market for four years We've lived through a bear market in 2018 We've managed through multiple things that have happened in the crypto market So I appreciate it It is a level where expertise can pay off And we try to provide that expertise a bit wise Let me mention the fidelity news They have announced that they're going to allow the employees who work at companies that use the fidelity 401k to buy Bitcoin inside that 401k plan This is big news because fidelity is the nation's largest 401k provider 23,000 employers representing over 10 million workers with a total of nearly $3 trillion in assets under management And now all of those people at all those companies are going to be able to buy Bitcoin in their 401k What's your view of that news Well I think there's two big takeaways from that news Rick The first one is that despite the volatility we see in prices the progress in the crypto ecosystem is sort of monotonically up and to the right This is an example of Bitcoin and crypto continuing to go more and more into the mainstream And that is a story that doesn't have any volatility to it It just keeps going Every day we push more and more into the mainstream we make it easier and easier for investors to allocate So that's one big piece of the news The other big piece of the news is what does it mean to the crypto markets And of course the answer there is any time you allow more people to easily invest in the crypto market it brings people into the market You and I have talked about this Eventually if we get a Bitcoin ETF that will bring more people into the market Crypto moving into four-o-one-ks brings more people into the market So it's an exciting moment for the crypto economy When you think about those employees particularly the younger employees maybe a tech focused companies who want to allocate to crypto every month in their 401k It's going to bring new money into the market It's just a net positive and another sign that we're marching in the right direction Yeah I share your view completely And for an awful lot of Americans the only place they save is in a 401k meaning if you couldn't buy Bitcoin inside it you'd never have the opportunity to buy.

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Fresh update on "tara" discussed on Ric Edelman

Ric Edelman

03:40 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tara" discussed on Ric Edelman

"With the worst performance of the stock and bond markets since World War II Nobody has been talking about banning stocks and bonds from four-o-one-ks are they Instead you simply recognize that volatility is part of the game Bitcoin is the best performing asset class in history And along the way it has fallen 50% or more 7 times And crypto is not the only thing falling so is the stock market so is the bond market And we know why all this is happening COVID The war in Ukraine rising inflation rising interest rates supply chain problems food shortages companies that can't find workers massive federal debt rising taxes a crisis with social security the massive student debt problem the list goes on and on and on Nobody would be surprised if we saw another ten or 20 or 30% decline in the stock and bond markets before we hit bottom And real estate has yet to crash but that's inevitable too And so yeah in the midst of all of this crypto is falling as well So I want to highlight for you two things here Institutional investors and Terra and Luna First let's talk about institutional investors Starting last year for the first time ever in crypto We have institutional investors engaged They did more trading last year than retail investors For the first time in Bitcoin's history but in this recent stock market sell off those institutional investors have been treating crypto just like another part of their stock and bond portfolio So when they sell their stocks and bonds they're selling crypto too It's as if they didn't get the memo about what crypto is It's an inflation hedge It's non correlated to other asset classes It's a totally new and separate asset class Not just part of an existing asset class So that's part of the reason why Bitcoin is down But another reason for the current sell off is because Terra and Luna imploded What are they Tara's a stablecoin and stablecoins have nothing to do with Bitcoin You see Bitcoin is an asset like stocks and real estate People buy Bitcoin for the same reason you buy stocks because you think the price is going to go up But there's another kind of crypto A stablecoin These aren't designed to rise in value Instead their prices are stable Stablecoin They do this They're stable by taking your money and putting it into U.S. treasuries So your stablecoin is pegged to the dollar It's just as safe as cash It's just money in digital form But Terra and Luna are different kinds of stablecoins They're not pegged to the dollar Instead they're in this category of something called algorithmic stablecoins And this entire category is nonsense I talk about them in my new bestselling book the truth about crypto Instead of being pegged to the dollar they use artificial intelligence to figure out what other digital asset you should buy and sell in order to keep them stable It's nonsense The question isn't why did Terra and Luna collapse The question is what took so long for them to collapse But that collapse nevertheless in the last week caused broad panic in crypto and whenever there's a panic selling occurs broadly without making any sense Prices are likely to fall further The lower they go the better the buying opportunity just like with stocks So you either need to understand what you're doing and why or you need to stay out and to understand.

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"tara" Discussed on Tara Brach

Tara Brach

07:46 min | Last month

"tara" Discussed on Tara Brach

"And then I realized that she's okay. She's being held. You know, and it's her process, but she's being held. And I don't have to hold her all the time. Or I'm part of that holding too, you know? Like we're just that life is holding us. Okay, that's first I just want to bow because that's really a beautiful sharing and teaching for all of us. And it may be that during the moments of overwhelm, you can more quickly, I often just put my hand on my heart and just hear that voice that reminder, you know, this belongs. This is a natural, this is just the way this human body mind works to get overwhelmed. It's okay. It's just part of nature. And then just to remember, there is a light and a love that's coming through your mom that's holding your mom that's coming through you, that just is always here. Even when we can't immediately sense it and contact it and to trust in that and this is your wisdom. So draw on that. I mean, the more moments that you turn to that, that's a refuge that can carry you. Thank you. Yeah, I can feel the calmness with that. So yeah, I appreciate that. Thank you. Yeah. Thanks, Vanessa. We have a question from a Spanish speaker, Sylvia, do you want to come on and ask? Sorry. This is coming from Monica and see a how do you forgive yourself? Oh, my. Well, I have to say that I think forgiveness is a fierce practice. It has been in my life. And I'm a little suspicious of forgiveness that comes too quickly. For me forgiveness is the willingness to see the parts of myself that sometimes very ugly parts of myself that I would rather not see. And to touch it with mercy to touch those parts of myself with some mercy. Yeah. To recognize my humanity. And my ignorance, yeah? So I think the first thing I do is to recognize it may be a long, slow process. And it's both a kind and fierce one. And. Well, I want to stop there, actually, and see what else Tara has to add to this actually. Frank, what you just said about it being a long process has such truth to it. I think there's a lot of premature forgiveness of others and ourselves. And the pathway is really through the vulnerability of contacting the pain of what's inside us. What helps me is to feel the pain of that and feel under it what has been driving it. And there's sometimes a metaphor I find really helpful if you're walking in a Woods and you see a little dog by a tree and you go to Pettit and the dog leaps at you ferociously bear teeth, bear fangs, and you go from being friendly to being really angry. And then you realize that the dog has a paw and a trap. And then something really shifts. And you might not get near it right away because you want to protect yourself and protect others. But your heart's shifts. And I think that's the shift that happens when we go through that portal of feeling the painful parts of our being, the conditioned parts of aversion and aggression and all the things we don't like. Is that we find under them that we have our leg in a trap, that there's some real pain, some fear, some hurt, and then we tend to that and gradually intending to that. The forgiveness naturally unfolds. I hope that's helpful. Thanks, Frankie. Can we take another question? Yeah, please. Here I sit. Kind of wrapped up in blankets because I'm not feeling well. And I'm 84 years old. And thinking about the challenges of getting all losing your family and staying staying in the game, which I really want to do. So I guess that's my question right now. Tara, why don't you take a shot at this? Yeah, Patricia here are less of a question, more of your heart's aspiration. To stay true to your life and what's here, and I'm wondering, what is it that might get in the way for that? Is there a belief or a feeling that makes you feel that in some way you want to resign or you're not going to show up? I'm all right on the money. Poetry has been my kind of go to avocation. And I'm writing what I keep calling my glass book of poetry compiling it. And so I have this argument going on, well, let's stop talking about that. That's really you're making everything too important and then say, oh yeah, but so it's interesting. And it's a challenge to put all that down. To go ahead with the work and not complicate it with that question. So what I'm hearing is that there's a self doubt that it's valuable or it's worth putting forth. Is that right? It's that and yeah, and not so much that it's my work or but what is that? What has value? Kind of larger question, I guess, what's the point? So, and I think my advancing age really drives that question. A lot. Yeah. I think that's a question that I wish the earlier we can ask it, the more awake will be. It's one of those wisdom of impermanence questions. You matters. And as the zen teachers say, the most important thing is remembering the most important thing. So it's almost like that. If you just keep asking, okay, what really matters if you had just a minute or two left in your life, what would this matter? What would be the quality of heart and awareness and beingness that would most matter? Just asking that question, I think, well, inform.

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"tara" Discussed on Tara Brach

Tara Brach

07:22 min | Last month

"tara" Discussed on Tara Brach

"Lieutenant in the army who was forced to take an anger management course because of his temper. And in that he got training and mindfulness and empathy. And he went one evening to the supermarket and filled up his cart. He was very busy, he had to get home and fill in more reports, so he did it really quickly, got in line. Well, the woman in front of him in the line had only two items and she had a little girl and she hands the little girl over to the clerk and their ooing and eyeing and he just got triggered, you know, she's not in the express line like she should be. She's in my line and I'm busy and I have so much to do and just head of steam and then you're going, oh yeah, mindfulness. Pause and he just began this process of just sensing, okay? This is what's happening angry, angry, feeling it in his body, just feeling it and then continuing to feel an incenting under it fear, fear of not getting things done and have his world falling apart. And then bringing a gentleness to that. It's okay. It's okay. Gentle nurturing. More expanded. And so that this woman had left and he was his turn, and he said to the clerk, you know, that little girl was adorable. And she and she said, oh, that's actually my child. That was my mom who brought her my husband was killed in Afghanistan. And so my mom brings the babe over every twice a day, so we have some visiting time. You know, not everyone is suffering in that particular way, but life is hard. I mean, everyone's living with uncertainty and fears. Loss of their body and mind and of others. Failure, sense of failure. You know, that anonymous saying be kind, everyone you meet is fighting a hard struggle. And I often think, what if we could move through this world and pause enough to be in touch with ourselves and then look at the other and kind of as ruby sales puts it just ask inwardly to even that question, where does it hurt? Where does it hurt? You know, as our world continues in crisis, this is the possibility and the hope. I mean, the only thing that will heal us is consciousness. More humans that cultivate a pathway. To this awake, tender heart, the more there can be love in action. Love and action. And that is the true medicine. LR nosh puts it this way. He says, do not be dismayed by the brokenness of the world. All things break. And all things can be amended, not with time as they say. But with intention, so go, love, intentionally, unconditionally. The broken world waits in darkness for the light that is you. Um, thank you, Friends. Thank you for listening. Thank you for your attention and now Frank and I are really interested in hearing whatever questions you might have. And it needn't even be a question. It might just be something that you want to speak to that's on your heart and mind now. And just so everyone knows we're in webinar. So we won't be able to see you, but we'll be able to hear you. So I thank you for taking my question. I'm in the process of providing care to my mother who's slowly dying. And I find myself so often very overwhelmed in the moment. And then they pass like waves and I do what I can with the resources that people like yourself have so generously offered to us. But I wonder if you had some counsel for when it's really overwhelming, how to navigate. Yeah. Oh boy. It's hard, isn't it? It's so hard in this. And sometimes, you know, we just have to acknowledge just how difficult it is for us. And step away, actually. Step away into the other room with ourselves, reach out for support for ourselves. Those are very practical things that we can do, of course. But what Tara was speaking about earlier about the man with Alzheimer's, just naming his experience. That can be incredibly powerful for you to do. This is hard. I didn't sign up for this. I'm really scared. Yeah. So naming your experience can be incredibly helpful, of course. Then there's one more thing I want to say in this. When you go out of the room and come back, one comp person in the room can make all the difference. And you can be that comp person. You know, when you move your mom when you turn her in bed, you lend her your back, you use your arms and legs to turn her. You can also lend her the calmness of your mind. And you can open your heart in such a way that she might be inspired to open hers. And then you could be in it together. You can do that in a so. That lives in you. You can have confidence in your good heart. Yeah. Thank you. NASA for the question, Frank, that response because it's so meaningful to so many of us, and I have a question for you. Which is, what is it you most feel like if you could remember or be reminded in those moments, like the most wise and loving part of you could just whisper something in your ear, what are you most wish you could remember in those moments of overwhelm? I guess there's probably two things that come right to my heart and mind. And one is, this is like, this is all okay. This is all normal. This is. How it is. You know, it just kind of a breath of that, you know? Just like, ah, this is okay. And then the other is to just, sorry, what was your question? What would I say to myself or what do you yeah, what would you say or what do you wish you could remember? Oh, remember, yeah. The light and the love that shines out of my mother actually. And that we've had some incredible moments where she just..

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Daniel Schmidt's Mindset When Questioning Anne Applebaum

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | Last month

Daniel Schmidt's Mindset When Questioning Anne Applebaum

"You and Evita and others you just did amazing work You essentially want to a conference which in my opinion was designed to attack conservative thought and push for censorship and taras is disinformation specialist And you turn the conference into an international narrative on media malfeasance itself Now you asked Anne applebaum of the Atlantic a very specific question You asked her about the Hunter Biden laptop in the role in the election And the answer she gave you was stunning calling it largely irrelevant The president's son and all this damning information As you're asking this question and getting this answer back what's going through your head You've got to be stunned that she's so candid or so silly I mean of course of course at the same time I mean this is what we wrote and so used to over the years These journalists do not give a damn about being fair about representing a fair narrative They tossed over this information around like it's a political tool The funniest part is I think Jack is so they actually did this He actually dug up old tweets from an apple boxer in the Trump years and she tweeted constantly about how much she hated how the Trump kids were using the Trump name to do all these partnerships So she's out of that to be interesting But she didn't find a laptop of a son of a president whose contents found that he was in the board of a Ukrainian energy company with no expertise which found that 10% of the salaries go into the big man I mean clear evidence of corruption she didn't find it to be interesting And the starting point on top if I could just say this in a few days afterward she blocked us on Twitter I write for the accounts I think you're Chicago on Twitter She totally blocked us She blogged a bunch of college students to request it So yeah that's where we're at

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"tara" Discussed on Tara Brach

Tara Brach

02:22 min | Last month

"tara" Discussed on Tara Brach

"Pain? Free from suffering. Just since we are Friends, but there's a belonging. A deep, sweet, beautiful belonging. Between you and all these beings and really all beings. That it's possible to live from that heart space that knows we are friends with all beings. Living a lion, compassionate. And where we're misaligned, it's possible to bring our forgiveness, our care, our interest. To continue widening the circles. In a way that heals and frees us and all beings. May all beings everywhere realize their essence as loving awareness. They all beings live from that love, live from that awareness. May there be increasing compassion and injustice and peace on our earth. And they are earth flourish. May all beings everywhere awaken and be free. You can stay and blessings, thank you, beloved. Thank you, Friends, for being part of this. Thank you, Tara. Thank you for being a part of what I, my podcast as well, and for being such a dear, just as such a dear teacher and dear friend, I'm so grateful. Blessings, placings..

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"tara" Discussed on Tara Brach

Tara Brach

05:23 min | Last month

"tara" Discussed on Tara Brach

"Of protein in our world that we think that we need more than we do. But that's my personal opinion. I think that, again, if you are directed by physicians or whoever is around you, your healthcare provider, and they're saying that you should eat meat. I think that you take care of yourself. You make the decisions that you need to make. You know, you make that decision. And but again, having a real awareness around it. And it was interesting what you said, Tara from the beginning about when you got that instruction you did it. And it hurts your heart, and then you started numbing out..

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Auburn Head Coach Bruce Pearl's Reaction to Ukraine Situation

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 2 months ago

Auburn Head Coach Bruce Pearl's Reaction to Ukraine Situation

"This week the Jewish people are celebrating the festival of porn And poor him is a celebration of what Queen Esther did Queen Esther was with the king of Persia and the palace and she was Jewish And Heyman was a very close adviser to that king And he was advising the king that maybe it was time to get rid of all the juice Queen Esther's uncle was more high My Hebrew name is Morgan And I think that my family gave me that name for this reason Once I talked to Esther the queen had said look Esther you might survive this for a little while But you won't survive this He's really going to kill all the Jewish people and your family And he gave us to the courage to try to see if she could turn the king's heart and she did And saved the nation So some of you may be uncomfortable You guys asked the question right You asked the question about Ukraine We say never again I was born in 1960 15 years after they opened up the Gates And they saw 6 million Jews were murdered And 3 million more people And so if Tara Vera and van der veer wants money for three pointers I'll up whatever they're offering I mean I'm all in healthier Ukrainian people survive that And I'm very concerned about what's going on in Iran with the king of Persia now And if we embody that government give them all that money sign a bad treaty It's going to put the world in jeopardy

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"tara" Discussed on Tara Brach

Tara Brach

03:06 min | 4 months ago

"tara" Discussed on Tara Brach

"So but in the contemporary Buddhism, I wouldn't claim myself as a Buddhist, but definitely intrigued and interested in it. What I see is more like a personal Salvation and liberation, which is by no means less than anything else. But I would see that I think the kind of lost the original intention of the where he actually acted in terms of reducing the suffering. I think my question is more like directly linked to what the previous personal is talking about. That collective activism. I think that is kind of lost on Buddhism. So I was just wondering what is your thoughts on thoughts on that? Thank you. I agree with you. I do. I feel like, especially in the west, when Buddhism was first brought here, it was brought into a very individualistic capitalistic hierarchical male dominance, and not all that's different from the east, but the individualistic is. And that the waking up is that who we are is not who we think we are or not if our identity is with this individual body mind and its Salvation we're on the wrong track. The true Salvation is waking up to realize our collective awareness, the love that is really our source and act on behalf of the whole, the greater good. So I'm agreeing with you. And I see that as the trajectory that's happening. And it's slow. And as the points out, it may be too slow for the human species and other non human animals to make it. But we have to just keep on caring and trying. Thank you so much to dear. Thank you, sunnier. Yeah, so this theme around the individual and the collective is such an interesting one. That is also a hot topic. And as you're saying about how we in the west have taken the Dharma and made it kind of made it adapted it to our dominant culture, west pull yourself up by your bootstraps and everything's going to be fine kind of society and how to I think it's one of the turnings that's happening right now is toward a more collective. So yeah, thank you. For those questions. So Jill has a question for you Tara if we can bring her up on screen as a fourth grade elementary public school teacher. First of all, pause..

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Washington Lawmakers File Bill Reducing Penalties for Drive-by Shooters

The Larry Elder Show

01:06 min | 5 months ago

Washington Lawmakers File Bill Reducing Penalties for Drive-by Shooters

"In order to promote racial equality. To the sponsors, Democrats, of course, says the bill seeks to boost racial equality in the criminal system by eliminating drive by shooting as a basis for elevating, first degree murder, the first degree, aggravated murder. Under the current Washington state law, drive by shootings can be charged as aggravated first degree murder, under certain circumstances, such as, when it fatal. But they want to abolish that. To lower the number of years that. Someone convicted would serve. Tara Simmons, Democrat from

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US Army Creates Single Vaccine Against All COVID Variants

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:12 min | 5 months ago

US Army Creates Single Vaccine Against All COVID Variants

"Great news from the U.S. Army reported by Tara cop yesterday in defense one, and that is that the U.S. Army has created a single vaccine effective against COVID. SARS and other variants of COVID. Within week scientists at the Walter Reed army institute of research, expect to announce that they have developed a vaccine that protects people from COVID-19 and all its variants, even a Macron, as well as from previous SARS viruses that have killed millions of people worldwide. The achievement is the result of almost two years of research on the virus. The army lab received its first DNA sequencing of the COVID-19 and early 2020. Very early on, Walter Reed's infectious disease branch decided to focus on making a vaccine that could work against not just the existing strain, but all of its potential variance as well. Bravo, to Walter Reed spike, ferritin, nanoparticle, COVID-19 vaccine, or SPF N now I talked to my official toxicologist at the Hugh Hewitt show last night. And he said, look, that is great news, but they got to run a major trial before you can do any jumping jacks at major they had 3500 people. They got to roll it in. They got to do a phase two trial. But yes, very, very

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"tara" Discussed on Tara Brach

Tara Brach

05:58 min | 5 months ago

"tara" Discussed on Tara Brach

"So it's like we are just in such different worlds and he just had such a glow about him serene Ness and his whole family was there helping. Their home and the whole shepherding thing. And I was like, wow, you know, we really have different points of cultural reference about life and joy and happiness and meaning and we've all gotten and I was thinking about this today, Tara, I was thinking about how people from other cultures are quite different. So what I mean, people from different cultures, I'm like, wow, they're from a reference. They're way of seeing the world. They're seeing the world through their eyes. It gives me a very different perspective about life. And it's kind of liberating because I realized that all of my beliefs, thoughts of what I should do, my notions, beliefs, ideas, about how life should be, what I should be, what I should be doing or not doing are so programmed in grain and never really begun to question that more question those thoughts about them. And I don't see you sort of ask me before you start the podcast. What am I doing now? I'm really active process of really examining those beliefs assumptions, my thoughts. Around everything around my life around love around work around where I want to be, what I want to be doing, you know, and it's a very it's a very confronting experience because rather than just being in your life, you're being witness to what's actually happening and you're going, wait a minute. Is there a different way of thinking? And it's sort of what your work is really about. It's inviting people into a different way of thinking about themselves and their life and what keeps them from joy and happiness and love. And I love the way you're describing it, whether we call it the practice of pausing and breaking out of our routines by traveling and experiencing other cultures or pausing and breaking out of our routines by meditating and just bearing witness to the patterns in our own psyche. Our parsing and breaking out of our patterns by being with people who are different from us, because we live in cocoons of people that are very similar, most of us. Yeah, exactly. And it's only when we start truly engaging and really listening, like really curious to say what's it like being you? Yeah. That we start getting some a real flash of, oh, I'm living inside that particular box. So yeah. I mean, that's why it's so hard for many people to recognize their own racism. Of course we're all racist. We're all programmed in a certain way. And yet, it's not unless we start really investigating and engaging with people who see our cash system from a different angle that we really get where we are in it. And it's so true..

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Biden vs. Kavanaugh Sex Allegations Show Democrats' Jaw-Dropping Hypocrisy

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 8 months ago

Biden vs. Kavanaugh Sex Allegations Show Democrats' Jaw-Dropping Hypocrisy

"Moore back during the brett cavanaugh. Hearings that was three years ago. It's amazing to think three years ago. Brett cavenaugh stood in front of the united states senate to be confirmed to the united states. Supreme court you remember how the media covered brett cavenaugh as an attempted rapist. You see revolutionary movements like rich versus poor poor versus rich women against men and black versus white are helpful as a means to an end to get political power. The brett cavenaugh example was a great example of how they were trying to use a moment of a movement to try to get political power but if actually ever threatened one of their own they might send andrew cuomo out to pasture but they could replace it with the democrat. They might send an al franken out to pasture but they can replace it with a democrat but if ever was sending a joe biden out to pasture which means that a republican become president. No way because power in regards to what the left values what they prioritize is much higher on the hierarchy than actually caring about believing all women play cut sixty eight and attempted rape as though yes my supreme court nominee may be. An attempted rapists is attempted. Rapes potential attempted rape attempted rape. This is charge of attempted. Attempted rape a curry that is so critical to the nomination of judge. Cavanaugh high school drunk at attempted rape and attempted rape. This is a small example of what we had to deal with three years ago. But of course. Joe biden under credible accusations of groping women who worked for him tara reid and otherwise ignore it because we need him to become president so we can control the executive branch of the government

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Body Believed to Be Missing 22-Year-Old Gabby Petito Is Found

Mojo In The Morning

01:06 min | 8 months ago

Body Believed to Be Missing 22-Year-Old Gabby Petito Is Found

"By. It was a tragic update yesterday. The fbi said human remains found at a national forest in wyoming were consistent with the description of gabby petito the florida woman who went missing during this big cross country road trip with her twenty. Three year old fiancee. His name is brian laundry. Who returned home without gabby this. Fbi agent charles jones foremost on behalf of the fbi personnel and our partners. I would like to extend sincere and heartfelt condolences to gabby family. Joe and tara. Petito and jim nicole smith as every parent can imagine. This is an incredibly difficult time for the family. Our thoughts and prayers are with them. We ask that you all respect the privacy as they mourn the loss of their teton county. Wyoming corner dr brent blue said an autopsy is scheduled for tomorrow and said officials would confirm the identity of the remains through photographs personal identification and dna earlier today.

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Race to Succeed Japan PM Suga Heats up

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:04 min | 9 months ago

Race to Succeed Japan PM Suga Heats up

"Is now a wink. Since japan's prime minister yoshihiko super said he is to stand down as leader of the ruling. Ldp the race to succeed him is already in full swing. Well let's get the latest now for monaco's tokyo bureau chief in asia editor funeral wilson Good to have you with us. Thanks for joining us. Fear with good very good afternoon. Good morning to you. And now has the announcement of sucres departure really sunk in among the japanese yet. I mean it was. It was quick. It wasn't necessarily great surprise but it was a bit of a shock. Actually it was surprised he actually resigned. Honestly that was a shock because on thursday he was saying he was going to stand for re election as leader. If the ldp of course everyone knew this election was going to happen at the end of the month. Trenchant temper no surprise there but it looked like he was gonna run. He was getting all his Pieces in place softening up the right people look like he had and then suddenly on friday. He said no. I'm resigning and it seems that he was really hope by the The big the heavyweights in the party. It was time to go so it was a surprise. It has sankei. And i think there's been a lot of dissection in the media and the candidates are now emerging so who are the front runners in all this well. It looks at the moment. I mean lots of names have been mentioned obviously and anyone who follows japanese politics and you have to follow it closely to know who lost these people are but it looks like it's going to be a three way race basically. You've go tara conner. Who's the front runner. He's the man in charge of vaccines at the moment administrative reform. He's the one most people think he certainly has popular support. He's he's a bit of a loose cannon in some ways. He's very good at disrupting. He's not always good building consensus. I think he's the front runner. You have to mir kishida former foreign minister and sunai takeuchi. Who's the wildcard. I would say former intern faz. Minister earned would be japan's first female prime minister and she is being back rather curiously. I have to say patients up. Who's obviously still very influential. But in every other sense i would say she's an outlier.

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"tara" Discussed on Tara Brach

Tara Brach

05:35 min | 9 months ago

"tara" Discussed on Tara Brach

"On his company and and so for me. Compassion comes out of this mystery that it seems like life has been made just difficult enough that we need each other to. I think to ensure the journey of love. And i and i feel like compassion involves this truth telling also that we've been we've been touching on. I think that once we can admit what's true than we can truly be there for each other. I think that we often and this is natural enough but we often love in the way we'd like to be long but that's not always what's needed compassion and taking care of ourselves and others and seeing things as they are they all of course right there. They all appear in life all all tangled as set of one one set of roots in. You know i remembered that i. I learned this years ago in a previous marriage in my inlaws who i knew for decades. My father-in-law was a farmer. Lifelong farmer in his his sister was also just part of the fifth farm family toward they were both in their early eighties and she was dying from cancer and she was in the hospital and this man who was would give you the shirt off his back with very taciturn. You know hardly wouldn't be a conversation like this with us feel very uncomfortable. He didn't speak much but all of a sudden he was very present insisting that his sister never be left alone around the clock. And i immediately felt. Oh you've you've just told me what you want when it's your turn. But no one ever asked his sister. She said. Leave me alone. An awesome solitude. And i realized you know that that what a teacher that that yeah we often so i think the first thing in compassion for me is to to ask what is really needed and not assume. It's what i would want..

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"tara" Discussed on Tara Brach

Tara Brach

05:33 min | 9 months ago

"tara" Discussed on Tara Brach

"Role stopped me from feeling intimate with any it was like that was the price i would look good. I would get the kind of fixes of okay or worthy respected but then it came. The price was distance. And part of what. I started finding out with the opportunity when i didn't perform well to not move away from that experience. And just like you said to realize. I wasn't going to die. You know i was around the next day and not only that people didn't hate me or start disrespecting me so what you're saying is so resonant that it is arrest exquisite because it opens up to us who we really are and the way we start taking it more and more as we do it a little. We play an edge and discover actually. There's more freedom in the moment of not doing our old strategy that we open up to some creative mystery in those moments. When i feel that the being authentic in such doorway and such a practice you know it is kind of the the emotional real emotional version of of practice of seeing things as they are in honoring man and owning that and it only for me leads to more more solid foundation and more and more transparency one of the one of the images that i think is so powerful for me with with the pandemic is that you know the jewish tradition the word sabbath literally means the one day. We don't turn one thing into another. And i feel like we've been forced into a global sabah and can't manipulate. We can't even dream too far ahead. And so we've been forced our turn to see the miracle in the ordinary to see the beauty in everything and everyone and and And i think you know said if we truly thomas merton new we truly be held each other. We fall down in worship each other and so here. We are forced to to say no. The dream isn't tomorrow. We can't defer life or our best selves or ourselves. It's all right here and that was one other like a powerful thing for me with the pandemic is or did i came upon us. I was very. I had a lot of echoes from my cancer journey An particularly this moment. When i was diagnosed i like anyone else. I went to this appointment with a doctor. Who told me i had cancer and i was alarmed frightened in thought. You must have the wrong folder. Can't be me. And but then when i left that office that day the door i had come through for out. Appointment was gone. No way back to life before that appointment and i also feel that humanity has been forced through that doorway with the pandemic. The old world is.

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Being Authentic and Present With Yourself

Tara Brach

02:32 min | 9 months ago

Being Authentic and Present With Yourself

"Authentic in such doorway and such a practice you know it is kind of the the emotional real emotional version of of practice of seeing things as they are in honoring man and owning that and it only for me leads to more more solid foundation and more and more transparency one of the one of the images that i think is so powerful for me with with the pandemic is that you know the jewish tradition the word sabbath literally means the one day. We don't turn one thing into another. And i feel like we've been forced into a global sabah and can't manipulate. We can't even dream too far ahead. And so we've been forced our turn to see the miracle in the ordinary to see the beauty in everything and everyone and and And i think you know said if we truly thomas merton new we truly be held each other. We fall down in worship each other and so here. We are forced to to say no. The dream isn't tomorrow. We can't defer life or our best selves or ourselves. It's all right here and that was one other like a powerful thing for me with the pandemic is or did i came upon us. I was very. I had a lot of echoes from my cancer journey An particularly this moment. When i was diagnosed i like anyone else. I went to this appointment with a doctor. Who told me i had cancer and i was alarmed frightened in thought. You must have the wrong folder. Can't be me. And but then when i left that office that day the door i had come through for out. Appointment was gone. No way back to life before that appointment and i also feel that humanity has been forced through that doorway with the pandemic. The old world is gone There's going back

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Telegram Expands Live Streams to Handle Unlimited Viewers With 8.0 Update

Daily Tech News Show

00:21 sec | 9 months ago

Telegram Expands Live Streams to Handle Unlimited Viewers With 8.0 Update

"Latest update to the messaging app telegram supports an unlimited number viewers for livestream content. Previously it was limited two thousand. So if you've ever hit that thousand and one person now you don't have a limit. The app also lets users remove captions and send her. Name's when forwarding a message earlier this week the analysts that sensor tara reported that telegram passed one billion global

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The Top Benefits to Having An eBay Store with Kathy Terrill

eBay for Business

02:10 min | 9 months ago

The Top Benefits to Having An eBay Store with Kathy Terrill

"Lots of new things released it ebay over the last year so many new things that it's sometimes hard to keep track of them all and one thing i noticed in the last year on the podcast episodes as we have not talked about some of the changes and enhancements to a feature that a lot of us so on ebay just take for granted and that's your ebay store ebay stores haven't really changed in at least ten years recently. There was some really interesting enhancements to the store. And i thought it would be good to get an expert on. Please join me in welcoming from. I love to be selling dot com. Our friend. cathy tara grew up. Good to be here. I want to assume that a lot of our listeners may have an ebay store and they are not quite aware of all the things that an ebay store can do. So let's talk about that. What are some of your view. What are some of the top benefits to having an ebay store. He may stores just are so amazing as far as helping you to reach out for customers and to drive repeat traffic ebay open online when the ebay stores team presented one thing they really drove home was the increase in repeat buyers that somebody with a store gets and they quoted some really nice statistics. So it's worth to go back and listen to that remember correctly. The higher rate of repeat purchases is anywhere from twenty to sixty five percent over seller without a store. Obviously there's a range you know ebay. Sellers sell such range of items and there is such a range of stores. I mean my attention. i don't know about you. i'll take twenty percent for just more sales like immediately. My ears go up and i listened very carefully to the presentations on ebay stores for the things that they talked about that. Help you as a seller to drive. Repeat purchases because again we all to get that one chang but how nice even when you're variety seller. A store really really helps you with that. There is so much an ebay store you know. Oftentimes just busy listing listening listening. And we don't deep dive into all the things that are available to a store and some things are very simple that you can literally have it up and running to help you drive repeat traffic and drive sales literally in a matter of a minute to

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The Blessings of Enough: Discovering Contentment in Daily Life

Tara Brach

02:28 min | 9 months ago

The Blessings of Enough: Discovering Contentment in Daily Life

"Is this inner freedom of realizing. We'll be right where we are so. I'd like to start by responding to some of the questions and misunderstandings that arise around any consideration of contentment. And some imagine contentment is being this kind of dissociation from the world dreamy floating that's above and beyond life's difficulties kind of the image of a cow. Contentedly munching on grass of meadow. Or something like real trance-like and actually true contaminant involves a full presence with the life. That's right here with him around us and it doesn't mean we don't experience difficult emotions. It means were okay with feeling. Whatever is arising so by way of example this week inner contentment for me has not blocked me from feeling alarm and angry for those an up. Ghanistan those and haiti. It hasn't stopped me from feeling Fear concern for a dear friend of mine who has brain cancer. It hasn't stopped me revealing an bogged down on by my own physical discomfort. I've been dealing with a sinus infection. So contentment enables us to be okay with this arisings of grief. Our fear pain with the with the ups and downs. And it allows us to have a sense of of balance of a fundamental. Oh kanus in the midst of it and this kind of freedom is captured by one of my favorite Phrases from azan masters says that enlightenment is to be without anxiety about imperfection more contemporary version of it is elizabeth kubler ross. Who says i'm not okay. And you're not okay. And in so k now it's really this presence. That's large enough to embrace our imperfect world

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Resting Your Heart in Presence

Tara Brach

02:46 min | 9 months ago

Resting Your Heart in Presence

"One of my favorite teachings from not han. Who's a zen master is that it's not enough to supper. We also have the touch piece. We also have to touch wellbeing sir. Today's meditations really an invitation as much as possible for our own body. Mind to just let go and relax abed to taste that timeless peace. It's here when we begin to settle a bet. And so in that spirit will begin in a very simple way where you might just invite your attention and word invite yourself into the present manned and sometimes that means i checking your posture higher sitting and making yourself comfortable adjusting in the way they give you a sense of balance and uprightness sarah alert and also real ease settling your body as you become more still physically. Allow your attention go in work. Just notice what it's like right now. Notice the feelings in your body. Notice your body's breathing then with a conscious intention begin to length in your bra. So that it's a long slow in brow you might count to five with the enbrel and then a matched out breath counting to five with the out breath mila slowing down this breath the nice full in breath again coming to five a slow out. Breath measure release really become aware of the suit stations of letting go gan along deep in breath yelling the chest in the lungs the out breath again that sense of letting go of release

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John Kirby Can't Tell Us How Many Afghan 'Refugees' on the Terror Watchlist Have Been Vetted Before Entering U.S.

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:45 sec | 9 months ago

John Kirby Can't Tell Us How Many Afghan 'Refugees' on the Terror Watchlist Have Been Vetted Before Entering U.S.

"Back to the analysis of what's happening in kabul in afghanistan. Returning to this this incredible Press conference today from the pentagon. This is john kirby who's asked a question about the tara threat to america as linked to the refugees stream from afghanistan and his response is stunning cup. Ten play cuts and just one more. How many individuals on cara watch lists have been screened or found at any of the screening points. Either in cutter ramstein or in the us. I don't know we'll have to take that question and get back to you know just terrorists. I'll circle back.

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How to Say Yes to Life

Tara Brach

01:06 min | 9 months ago

How to Say Yes to Life

"Take few moments if you'd like to. Maybe adjust higher sitting so. Your posture supports meditation. The guidelines for sitting. Meditation are simple in the sense that the posture upright so that there's a quality of being tall alert and also relaxed alert and relaxed alert and relaxed. Eyes are closed. Unless you'd prefer to have them open that's fine too. There's no rules on it. Often the mind quiets more easily with the is close. You might feel this life breath and fuelled at your heart and bring a kind of inner listening to your heart syncing. What mood is here.

Late-Stage Cancer Healing with Life Coach Tara Coyote

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

02:24 min | 9 months ago

Late-Stage Cancer Healing with Life Coach Tara Coyote

"Why the time. I moved back home to hawaii which was in the winter of two thousand nineteen and for the next few months. I was in such bad health space. I had so much cancer my lungs. I can't hold a conversation. I had to sleep sitting up for two months. Because i had so much cancer my lungs i was literally choking in my sleep. My bones were breaking down. I started walking with a cane. During that time i was referred to hospice and it was petrifying. You know i was losing weight. It was it was clear on my way out. And i'm very fortunate that the medical system here in hawaii they have aloha spirit. You know it's all about love and acceptance and my doctors here. They didn't push me. They weren't blowing me in the same way unfortunately did a northern california and they said listen. You know doing chemo could possibly save your life. But if you don't you probably have six months to live which it was true like my. I was dying. My partner at the time was literally scared. I would die in my sleep. So i had to face my worst fear of doing chemotherapy and face a lot of the traumas around my best friend. Deb's staff and i really sat with a question of do i wanna live. Do i want to do what scares me. The most and my son was twenty. Six at the time. And i thought i wanted to be here for my son. I had so many friends in my similar situation. Who had died from adhering to the natural route and i saw myself going that direction so i really checked in with myself and i said okay. I'm gonna do chemo. I'm gonna face my fears. I did the work of byron. Katie really questioned my thoughts and turn it around like you know at first. I thought he is poison. That will kill me. And i was in the public is sharing this message to so i really humble myself to turn this message around and tell the public okay. I'm doing chemo now So i had to turn the thought around from it. Being poisoned to it being healing nectar and i started doing chemotherapy It was very hard but it was a tremendous rothe experience. I'm so grateful. I did

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Sarah Louise Jackson: How to Charge for Your Phoography Services

PhotoBiz Xposed

02:26 min | 9 months ago

Sarah Louise Jackson: How to Charge for Your Phoography Services

"When you started photographing for your boyfriend's boss will doing that. Construction work in a very early paid pretty well too. How did you even know what to charge back then. Was it an early right. Did you give a quote headed. You do your pricing back. Then yes i. I've never sooner charged by the ala of allies charge by the amount of images that the client end up choosing. And it's just. I guess something that i just really discovered by flick Asked the clients payment imaging wide. And there's i organization called the master builders association of the tara or skyline as well and they have like a little bit likely have they. I pay woods die have That had requirement that you had had four new regions on sorry despic- with a figure Images of charging the scenes. While i can so back then. Would it be like an architect or a bill that would employees who wants to enter this competition. Yes sorry. i'm mainly fight off. The building was built as at the time but of course areas architectural awards. That run all right. But i've always erred on the side of the business guy back then another going back a long time. But let's say you on the bill. And i'll call you walk. Senior portfolio like it. I'm going into these awards amount of fourteen images yet. I'm guessing you would shoot a lot more. And then i pick the best fourteen. That's exactly right. Yeah i would normally go to a project can fight off anywhere from soda. Steady two hundred five to be honest. kick the month Reflect the project the best. Yeah and then you remember you judge back. Then yes i. It'll be a clever about it. I think i sort of had. I guess a staggered approach. Want to five ks six to an editing to teddy. And i think back then i was charging at bat. Fifteen hundred something back. The came to teddy image inside that. Was they charge. And alois chosen because we had to have a minimum of four tate.

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What is Humility?

Tara Brach

01:26 min | 10 months ago

What is Humility?

"So humility. You know the word hummus humility and humble come from it can be understood as close to the ground that kind of feeling of the essential common ground or equality with all expressions of life and we all have the same conditioning we all have the same basic aliveness and spiritual humility is in no way a kind of debasement and it's not a kind of false modesty. My angelo writes this. She says it's important that we learn humility. She says modesty is a learned effect affectation. It's no good humility is great because humility says there was someone before me. I'm following in someone's footsteps. They'll be others after us. We belong to each other. Were inter influencing each other all the time. Humility gets it. Were part of something larger. So it's not a debasement there's an honoring of our particular talents and there's a recognition of our limitations and are the places that we get that were really conditioned reactive but those are like ripples or waves on the ocean we know the depth of what we really

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Unpacking Fashions Role in Slowing Global Warming

The Business of Fashion Podcast

03:22 min | 10 months ago

Unpacking Fashions Role in Slowing Global Warming

"Week. The united nations intergovernmental panel on climate change released a new report from the world's top climate scientists warning that global temperatures will rise one point five degrees celsius by twenty forty and underscoring that human influences unequivocally responsible for global warming since the late nineteenth century. The fashion industry's greenhouse gas. Emissions are estimated to be between four and ten percent of the global total on this week's peo- of podcast deputy editor. Brian baskin is joined by. Michael szadkowski mrs stain ability advisor and former vice president of sustainability at nike. Leyla petrie chief. Executive of sustainability consultancy twenty fifty and hannah pang head of marketing an advocacy and sustainability consultancy for tara to unpack fashions role in slowing global warming. Here's michael cichowski. Leyla petrie and hannah pang inside passion michael. I'd like to start with you and get a little bit meta. Why is this fashion problem solve. I mean let's say i'm nike or gucci. You look around. And i say i sell clothes. Not making cars not operating a coal fire our plant. Why do i need to be thinking about the surgeon. You sure Thank you brian so I think it's important to note that It's humanities problem solve and fashion as one sector on that needs to be carbonized. Serve regardless of what Sector you find yourself in. We know that we have to reduce emissions vary significantly between now and twenty thirty and then on the way to twenty fifty and so Roughly reducing emissions by half by twenty thirty And and that's by twenty fifty There are a number of estimates of fashions greenhouse gas look rinse We can talk about this in a bit more detail. The data is not ideal But we do know that fashion does have a significant carbon footprint and as with other sectors much reduced that and so You know we know the effects and we. We know the predictions of where we're going if we keep on their business as usual trajectory And so fashion because of because of its impacts and also because it seeing the impacts of climate already happening in the supply chain in particular in places where the impacts of climate are being are happening We know that it's critical. Issue the sector to address. Thank you and love to get into the data question in a little bit on this more than any issue. We're talking about today. Hear a lot about the need for collective action for the industry to work together and you've been involved in. Some of the industry's biggest efforts on front in to tell us how that's going. I how much progress has been made in. Also why some necessary for brands you think of this as an industry problems New problems grand. I mean i think fundamentally this is a problem which no individual company consult when his i you know we have all sorts of invading intractable issues around infrastructure around incentives around policy. No-one acting really occurred within that system without being affected by it so all these brands have supply chains. Good three targets that are also dependent on And really what we realized. Is that everybody in this. Sector is co dependent on each other other actors like policy makers is to

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"tara" Discussed on Tara Brach

Tara Brach

05:17 min | 10 months ago

"tara" Discussed on Tara Brach

"With natalie goldberg and just to say that I've only recently very recently connected with natalie personally. But i have loved and admired her from a distance for decades really actually since the nineteen nineties. When i read her book writing down the bones. Many of you've heard of it. It impacted me incredibly. So natalie's written fifteen books and has inspired countless people in how they approach writing and really more fully. how they live a spiritual life so Natalie is also a painter and has practiced in for over forty years and is a wonderful teacher. She's offered workshops on writing as a practice around the globe. So natalie on behalf of our community a really big heartfelt to thank you. I'm actually thrilled. My little hard is bitter. Pattering is likewise. I've known about tara forever. And i've heard she's a really good teacher which is so important to me and that. She's a fine meditation teacher and she doesn't skirt around psychology that she's deeply rooted in it so the combination is unbeatable married cited. Well it's fun this is we finally get to like intersect. And we've these lives. And so i wanted to start by saying that. You really have awakened whole generation of us to the power writing as a spiritual practice and speaking personally. It takes me a really really long time to complete a book and you really helped me understand that. Of course we have listen inwardly in order to really be coming from that present so i kind of wanted to start here. If that's okay with you rating as a meditation a spiritual practice and just to ask you just to share with us. What makes it a spiritual practice. Well you know we can all be stuck on the zolfo. Do you call him. Sophos in your christian whatever. We can't just be stuck on them all the time so i used rioting as a way to translate the dorm but you couldn't use painting or running or grocery shopping but okay..

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"tara" Discussed on Tara Brach

Tara Brach

01:46 min | 11 months ago

"tara" Discussed on Tara Brach

"One of the direct gateway to pression news waking up our attention in a relaxed way through the body you might begin by sensing the area of the brow. The is if you could smile into the is since the outside corners of the is uplifted. Some the is soft the brow smooth receptive to this and sation aliveness in the region of the is you might let that receptivity spread feeling the scalp and the skull sensations. That arrived slight smile at the mouth. The inside of the mouth smiling and receptivity to this stations and the time. The gums the teeth the lips meta magin throat filling the neck feeling in receptive the sensations and alive in in the neck

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"tara" Discussed on Tara Brach

Tara Brach

05:48 min | 11 months ago

"tara" Discussed on Tara Brach

"Greetings and anonymous day. And thank you for being with us. Tonight is really a. I my husband. Jonathan vows to many of you know as a spiritual and meditation teacher will be interviewing me. So we've never done this before. We'll see how it goes. The focus will be key themes from my new book trusting the gold. So enjoy and i'll see you in a moment. Well this is a delight. Welcome it's good to have you here. And i am totally delighted to have this conversation with my wonderful wife. Tara brach we met right after she finished her first book. Radical acceptance and since then i have been privy to observe her in the birthing process of multiple other books Radical compassion a true refuge and most recently the book trusting the gold. So we had this opportunity to talk a little bit about A little bit about this book and what it means and Some really really wonderful explorations. I think A you'll find interesting. So welcome tara. It's great great to have this time with you. I guess the first question i have is what instigated this one. How did it come from an idea to something that that drew your focus. Well in a way this book was hugli unintentional kind of backed into it like this unintended pregnancy. Because my staff here. We're just collecting anecdotes and quotes and things that people had requested. And we thought we'd have an informal collection but it grew into a book that sounds troop produced and fantastic illustrator vicky alvarez kind of brought it to life with her she's just a beautiful just beautiful illustrations So yeah that's that's how it came about. And as i was working on deepening the stories and putting it out the theme became so clear that it all was really coming down to. What does it mean to trust to trust our own. Goodness and to see trust the goodness in others and related the beauty and goodness that lives through all of so that became a very real and compelling theme especially especially given the times where a mistrust roles i mean we're there's so much polarization and real violence in the way people regard others that it seems it just feels like one of the most important places for our attention from my standpoint. It was it was just really interesting to to watch from the outside starting with oh here a couple of stories and here. Well here's an illustrator. Wouldn't this be. Wouldn't this be kind of fun and easy and then it really turned into like a really really deep dive into a bringing bringing these stories alive in a way that would be meaningful so the end result. Are you happy with it. Really happy with it. yeah. I didn't expect it to be what it was. It came out to be this book. That i like holding and that i find beauty and i keep wanting to give it away. I hope other people want to give it away. 'cause it's will the feedback i've gotten is that people find the story's really relatable to and they just kind of help us remember what matters so. Yeah i'm actually really excited to have it out there. Know it's beautiful Just to have it in hand. It's like field good in your hands. I love the cover. It's it's really really nice..

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"tara" Discussed on @ the Barz with Tara

@ the Barz with Tara

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"tara" Discussed on @ the Barz with Tara

"Chill. I don't need extra stress. Life is stressful already. You have to think about bills money health on partly politics racism and the dick heads live across the street or something like this in. I don't need to have to work work. I love my work. But yeah i don't need to have my friends adding stress to my life. If i add stress to their life i retrieved myself and move on and if they add out the mind i do the same so this has been my mode lately so off to some people would sounds like i don't know standoffish and putting up with crab kind of i don't know almost supadio feeling but it's not nobody should put up recap it's your life it's one live. It's i wouldn't say short to see long but it's alive and looks opponent off putting up shit from people that are supposed to bring you happiness so when that is not fulfilled its over and sometimes i feel like you know. I make a lot of excuses for people. And maybe for myself as well. And i kinda hang on but now i am thinking when it's time it's time and it was time very recently for some of mine doesn't feel good but it doesn't feel bad either is like komo's fresh docked there you go so i have been in that mode and i don't know why i'm sharing it with the world or the few people that listen to this podcast that is not even published. I mean it is published. But you know what i mean like. I was anywhere because these are all my tests but i feel like sharing and i think maybe that's what my costs will be about If fires doesn't come here obviously will be a lot more interesting to people especially since we are very close strangely but very different. And maybe actually. Maybe that's what makes it good. We era two very different people. We have different beliefs different upbringing and we can make it work because the top to beat the same to get along in fat. It's pretty good. When you have somebody to see things from different perspective we have things like everybody else and We don't see each other every day so it makes it easier to to you know. Be friends without strange. Strange crazy arguments. We haven't had one yet but we're pretty straightforward with each other with the good the bad things with the you're right tara with the need a slap in the face like you can ask because iran tara kendall thing and vice versa so i think that would make it a little better to have a podcast with two different perspective to different people and maybe some speakers as well that will odds to the mix. But if it's not a my use is almost like a personal journey by and maybe visit a little bit of topics. Maybe get somebody to talk with me doing it. But i think i'm gonna keep it. Which is very strange because it is very character. This is something. The bars came out with and the terrified. But then i thought it would be good for me to learn how pot custos made as i talked to podcasters every day in work work. Undercoating a work on their podcasts. So myself no goes beyond the the finished product anyway. So that's it. I think for today and probably have to finish my coffee and actually start doing some work so i am done for today. I think may come back later. I know i'm actually going to join us. And i will talk again next week or something or maybe later. Let's see i..

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"tara" Discussed on @ the Barz with Tara

@ the Barz with Tara

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"tara" Discussed on @ the Barz with Tara

"Welcome to episode one of at the bars. We'd tara our weekly or so podcast about everything about nothing. Actually let's call these episodes zero. We had the pilot and this is episode zero. Because i don't wanna start without bars. Yeah this is not at the bars with. Tara is just We tara bars is nowhere to be found. She actually stood me up. Oh yeah she is probably doing something fun with a boyfriend that is. They're usually during the weekend so i can't blame her for standing me up. I am I don't have a live so here. I am practicing this. Actually i just came back from having the best seafood brahmin. So i had to say that i do something eat mainly but but yes so i wanted to sit here and test this again and also i want to try and see how it feels again. You know to be of the mike without being a deer in headlights like i could be without practice. So yes Usually we decided that we were going to have a drink during our podcast depending on the mood like a glass of wine vodka killer shot and so on but without my wing woman. I decided to just stick with coffee. So i'm having coffee. I'm here in california sun. I'm in northern california. So it's not that hot but it's sunny and enjoying the day out doing nothing really being boring. But i love that so i'm having a coffee. This third of the day amoco folic. I only go up to the so. I think i'm okay instead of wine. I m cheap date. So i thought that if i started. Can you hear my dog so my dog is barking. And i just want to know if you know when i have an official episode you can hear as well or a have to like lock myself somewhere in a closet or something away from every noise so that you don't hear it anyway. We'll see when listen to this again. So so yes not alcohol right now. I although there's some reason to celebrate today we actually finally got rid of the orange cheeto in charge Biden won the election today. Everybody seems happy a new beginning. You know this is not even. I want to go to the politics thing. This is not even about politics democrat and public on This guy was just bad. He threw threw fully. He divided this country now. Not it wasn't divided before but everybody's so angry against each other and and these asked to pack to finish had the end. So i guess i am with the settle. Settle for people. I'm settling. i hope that he will be able to do something. Because i know that The country is very divided. Andy will have a hard time to do something without being cock blocked. Can you say that Not only by the people amp reaction. But also by little old tuchel mitch mcconnell for example that i'm pretty sure out spy and tried to to to come up with that and i told you so kind of reaction so i'm sure he will have a lot of pushback and and it will have a hard time to do something good. Let's hope for new beginnings and our hope that this country can recover a little bit at least in the human civil right. This is where this president really think. Because i never really believed that Any party is out for people like me in you. Like the regular people but I always thought out for themselves. I'm italian and you know. Corruption there has being horrible. So i never really had much faith into the government. However i'm hoping that the human human decency will get back To to rule at least most of our lives. There's now everybody's life but that's so today there is something to celebrate about. Let's hope that after a couple of more months of these horrible human being poor excuse for president in the white house we will have new good things to look forward to not sure about that. But let's they positive so beside that. I am Yeah here trying this thing again. And i am hoping to start to have real episode next week. Probably have to get on monday whenever bars is now partying and and yes. I'm looking forward to to actually start in this. Podcast is new adventure. Well i am probably going to delete this. We had the pilot. We'd have episodes zero so soon. We're gonna have episode one and this will finally officially launch this.

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"tara" Discussed on Tara Brach

Tara Brach

05:28 min | 3 years ago

"tara" Discussed on Tara Brach

"The following meditation is led by Tara brach taxes. More of my meditations. Join my Email list, please. Visit Tara Brock dot com. In the stoneless? You might envision a great open blue sky. Boundless athletes sky. Magin the curve of a smile spreading through that sky. Luminous receptive benevolent. Really atmosphere that open sky filled with a smile. Letting the mine merge with that sky. Open awareness. Luminated with the receptivity of smile. Since floating in that open space. The is. Letting the curve of smile the outer corners of the eyes. Listen, sations, the brow smoothing. The eyes are smiling. In that open fuel. Of where? In the mouth to the lips in a slight smile. The inside of the mouth smiling. Helping to bring a whole sense of kindness and gentleness spreading to the body. Might feel the sensations of the face. Cheeks lips gums and teeth. Relaxed perceptive. Imagine incensed the through filling the neck. Curve smile spreading through the neck the throat air. Softening opening. Tuber visualizing, the smile and feeling. Notice. What happens the sensations in the throat? When you really imagine and feel a smile there. The eyes are smiling. Mouth. The throat. Visualizing feeling smile. Spread through the chest through the heart. As you smile into the heart. What are the sensations and feelings that you feel? Can you notice how smile spread should the heart in create space? To feel fully. What's there? The is still saw smiling. The lips. No, slight smile. The throat visualizing incensing that curve of a smile. And the heart smile spreading through the whole heart region.

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"tara" Discussed on Tara Brach

Tara Brach

05:04 min | 3 years ago

"tara" Discussed on Tara Brach

"The following meditation is led by tara brach to access more of my meditations joined my email list please visit tara brach dot com without listening attention just notice the sounds that are here relaxing open leading sounds wash syria the close in sound perhaps in the room including sounds in my voice noticing the space between fans sensing the space in the room listening into that space and then the more distant sounds noticing that sounds are known by bringing the attention to them they're seved they're known spontaneously nothing to do the same receptivity of listening you can listen to feel the aliveness of the body chest does with the appearing and disappearing of sounds to sense the arising of sensation this play tingling and vibrating heater cool denser lose biter happy sledding this play of sensations three you he noticed the place of real tight nassar tension sense what happens when you soften around it just let it float what happens when you feel the shoulders the inside and just let it float whatever tangles might be there when you soften around the hands and just feel the life in the hands floating in awareness listening and softening in the belly softening around the live that's they're letting it move and flow just as it is i

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"tara" Discussed on Tara Brach

Tara Brach

05:21 min | 3 years ago

"tara" Discussed on Tara Brach

"The following meditation is led by Tara brach to access more of my meditations or join my Email list, please. Visit Tara Brock dot com. We opened with a very simple reflection. What is your deepest intention for being here right now? For practising. What is it that your heart longs for? What feels most important? Sensing how the gateway is sacred presence through this embodied being. You might let the is often. The brow. Be smooth. There's a lot of thinking and worrying all those little micro muscles tense up. This relaxing. You might visualize and feel smile spreading through the eyes. Lifting me outer corners slightly. Letting a smile spread across the lips slight smile. The inside of the mouth smiling. You might send your tongue and fill the opera palette of the mouth. Deal. This station of aliveness the lips the guns t-, Tom. The throat fills an act. Feeling the aliveness there? Allow the shoulders to fall away from the neck. Let the awareness fill the shoulders. Can you feel them from the inside out both shoulders simultaneously? Let there be a balancing. Fuelling of aliveness to the shoulders. Perhaps that melting sensation. Of ice to water. Water to gas. Cinching whatever tightness or tension might be in the shoulders floating. In awareness. That the hands rest. Without any effort very easily. Relaxed. Now softening the hand. Softening again. And notice still live nece from the inside out. They're receptive intimate. Attention. Letting

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"tara" Discussed on Tara Brach

Tara Brach

05:13 min | 3 years ago

"tara" Discussed on Tara Brach

"The following meditation is led by Tara brach tax us, more of my meditations or join my Email list, please. Visit Tara brach dot com. As you come into stillness, be aware of this body breathing. Feel the breath in the area of the heart. Let yourself sense. You're listening to your heart rate now. Listening and sense. What is your intention for being here right now for joining into practice meditation? Forbade arriving in this way for teachings and practice. What's your intention? Listen into where you feel most sincere. Sense of what really matters to. You could the end of the time this evening. Kill something shifted something awakened something. Fresh something new. Some sort of homecoming. What would it be like what is your heart lung for? The few what you care about. And our shared caring for waking up our hearts, waking up with sometimes scribe is the all inclusive heart. The heart. That's free to love without holding back. You might gently bring the palms together in front of the heart as we chant together Asanga community. Much the mantra own simple, beautiful sound current of connectedness will chant three times. So begin by taking a nice full in breath. One of the most direct gate ways depression by weakening awareness, the body. You might scam through the body and sense if there's any places where there could be a natural letting go. Places that wanna let go. Noticed saying where there's. Really, predominant tension, or tightness. Softening? Consciously let the eyes soften. Let us smile spread through the is lifting the outer corners. Letting the brow be smooth. Essentially, the flicker of light dark. Secessions in vibrations in the whole area of the brow. Killing a slight smile at the mouth.

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